Complete Guest List for White House State Dinner in Honor of Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison

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The complete list of expected guests as provided by the White House for the state dinner honoring Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison.

President Trump and Melania Trump

Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Jennifer Morrison

David Abney, chairman and chief executive of United Parcel Service, and Sherry Abney

Frances Adamson, secretary of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Australia

Adrienne Arsht and C. Boyden Gray

Alex Azar, secretary of health and human services, and Jennifer Azar

William P. Barr, attorney general, and Christine Barr

Maria Bartiromo, Fox Business Network anchor, and Jonathan Steinberg

Adam Beren, chairman and president of Berexco LLC, and Ellen Beren

Sen. Roy Blunt (R-Mo.) and Abigail Blunt

David Bohigian, acting president and chief executive of the Overseas Private Investment Corporation, and Catherine Bohigian

Donald Bollinger, chairman and chief executive of Bollinger Shipyards, and Joy Bollinger

T. Ulrich Brechbühl, counselor of the State Department, and Michelle Brechbühl

Gavin Buckley, mayor of Annapolis (D), and Julie Buckley

Sean Cairncross, chief executive of the Millennium Challenge Corporation, and Emily Skor

Gen. Angus Campbell, chief of the Defense Force, Australia

Andrew Carswell, press secretary, Office of the Prime Minister of Australia

Daniel Cathy, president and chief executive of Chick-fil-A, and Rhonda Cathy

Michelle Chan, national security adviser and senior adviser (international), Office of the Prime Minister of Australia

Pat Cipollone, White House counsel, and Rebecca Cipollone

Air Vice Marshal Alan Clements, head of Australian Defense Staff, Embassy of Australia, and Helene Clements

Kellyanne Conway, White House counselor

Katrina Cooper, deputy chief of mission, Embassy of Australia, and Keith Tuckwell

Nicholas Creevey, senior media adviser, Office of the Prime Minister of Australia

Arthur Culvahouse, U.S. ambassador to Australia, and Melanie Aitken

Leonard Curry, mayor of Jacksonville (R), and Molly Curry

Ron DeSantis, governor of Florida (R), and Casey DeSantis

Betsy DeVos, education secretary, and Richard DeVos

Louis Dobbs, Fox Business Network anchor, and Debi Dobbs

Emma Doyle, White House principal deputy chief of staff, and Brett Doyle

Mark T. Esper, secretary of defense, and Leah Esper

Yaron Finkelstein, principal private secretary, Office of the Prime Minister of Australia

Andrew Forrest, non-executive chairman of Fortescue Metals Group Ltd, and Nicola Forrest

Saul Fox, chief executive of Fox Paine & Company, and Hannah Strobel

Philip Gaetjens, secretary of the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet

Sonia Gentile, director of Program, Office of the Prime Minister of Australia

Rudolph Giuliani, personal attorney to President Trump, and Maria Ryan

James Gorman, chairman and chief executive of Morgan Stanley

The Rev. Franklin Graham and Jane Graham

Stephanie Grisham, White House press secretary and communications director, and Max Miller

Jack Hampton, assistant adviser, Office of the Prime Minister of Australia

Justin Hayhurst, first assistant secretary, International Division, Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet, Australia

Katherine Henderson, deputy chief of protocol, and Mary Screws

Diane Hendricks and Keith Rozolis

Joe Hockey, ambassador of Australia to the United States, and Melissa Babbage

Elizabeth Jens, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, and Ross Allen

Tham Kannalikham

Howard Kessler, Kessler Financial Services, and Michele Kessler

Henry Kissinger and Nancy Kissinger

Keith Krach, undersecretary of state for economic growth, energy, and the environment, and Metta Krach

Larry Kudlow, director of the National Economic Council, and Judith Kudlow

John Kunkel, chief of staff, Office of the Prime Minister of Australia

Robert E. Lighthizer, U.S. Trade Representative, and Claire Lighthizer

Andrew Liveris, former chairman and chief executive of Dow Chemical Company, and Anthony Liveris

Nikolai Louw, executive officer, Office of the Prime Minister of Australia

Vi Lyles, mayor of Charlotte (D), and Jeffrey Young

Derek Lyons, White House staff secretary, and Elizabeth Horning

David Malpass, president of the World Bank Group, and Adele Malpass

Sen. Joe Manchin III (D-W.Va.) and Gayle Manchin

Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) and Meghan McCarthy

Bonnie McElveen-Hunter, chair of the American Red Cross, and Bynum Hunter

Gail J. McGovern, president and chief executive of the American Red Cross, and Donald McGovern

Rep. Mark Meadows (R-N.C.) and Debbie Meadows

Stephen Miller, White House senior adviser, and Katie Waldman

Gen. Mark Milley, U.S. Army

Steven Mnuchin, treasury secretary, and Louise Linton

Mick Mulvaney, director of the Office of Management and Budget and acting White House chief of staff

Lachlan Murdoch, co-chairman of News Corp, and Sarah Murdoch

Gregory Norman and Kirsten Norman

Roger Norman and Elise Norman

Sandra Oudkirk, deputy assistant secretary for Australia, New Zealand, and the Pacific islands, U.S. State Department, and Scott Oudkirk

Robert O’Brien, national security adviser, and Louisa O’Brien

Vice President Pence and Karen Pence

Isaac Perlmutter, chairman of Marvel Entertainment, and Laura Perlmutter

Mike Pompeo, secretary of state, and Susan Pompeo

Matthew Pottinger, White House National Security Council, and Yen Pottinger

Anthony Pratt, executive chairman of Visy Industries, and Claudine Revere

Lindsay Reynolds, chief of staff to first lady Melania Trump

Georgina Rinehart, chairman of Hancock Prospecting

Sen. James E. Risch (R-Idaho) and Vicki Risch

Paul Ritchie, senior communications adviser, Office of the Prime Minister of Australia

John F.W. Rogers, executive vice president of Goldman Sachs, and Deborah Lehr

Wilbur Ross, secretary of commerce, and Hilary Ross

Phillip Ruffin, owner of Treasure Island Hotel and Casino, and Oleksandra Ruffin

Daniel Scavino, White House director of social media

Marc Short, chief of staff to Vice President Pence, and Kristen Short

Michelle Simmons, director of the Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for Quantum Computation & Communication Technology and Thomas Barlow

David Solomon, chairman and chief executive of Goldman Sachs, and Jan Wilson

David Stilwell, assistant secretary of state for the Bureau of East Asian and Pacific Affairs, and Jan Stilwell

Kerry Stokes and Christine Simpson Stokes

Curtis Stone and Lindsay Stone

John Sullivan, deputy secretary of state, and Graciela Rodriguez

Justice Clarence Thomas and Virginia Thomas

Andrew Thomas, NASA

Robert Thomson, chief executive of News Corp, and Ping Wang

Elizabeth Uihlein and Jacob Peters

Daniel Walsh and Deborah Walsh

Kathy Warden, chief executive and president of Northrop Grumman, and Eric Warden

Nicholas Warner, director-general of National Intelligence

Shemara Wikramanayake, managing director and chief executive of Macquarie Group Ltd, and Michael Silverton

Michael Wirth, chairman and chief executive of Chevron Corporation, and Julie Wirth

SOURCE: The Washington Post