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WASHINGTON (CBSMiami/AP) — A Super PAC whose goal is to help President Donald Trump and rebrand the Republican Party has tapped Gov. Rick Scott to be its chairman.

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Scott’s former chief of staff and 2014 campaign manager Melissa Stone will serve as executive director. Castellanos will be the organization’s senior adviser.

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Scott said in a statement that one of the goals will be to help Trump.

“Donald Trump’s election was a complete shock to the system in Washington,” Governor Scott said. “This is the perfect opportunity to do things differently. The President is a friend of mine. I’ve known him for about 20 years,” said Scott in a statement. “I am committed to helping him as he fights against the political machine and attempts to force real change upon a political system and a city that hates change.”

Scott also said that the organization will appeal and target younger voters, as well as Hispanic voters.

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The group said in a release that the Super PAC is planning on launching digital and television ads in the next few months.