Former US Attorney Troy Eid from Denver has confirmed to 9Wants to Know he will serve on president-elect Donald J.Trump’s transition team.

Eid did not have a comment on his plans as part of Trump’s transition team.

Eid was appointed to serve as US Attorney for the state of Colorado by George W. Bush in 2006, and was the first Arab-American ever appointed to serve as a U.S. Attorney. He oversaw the prosecution of Joe Nacchio, and the prosecution of Najibullah Zazi, an Aurora man who plotted a terrorist attack in New York, City. Prior to that, he served as the chief legal counsel for Governor Bill Owens.

Eid now works as a governmental official of the Navajo Nation and a commissioner on the Navajo Judicial Conduct Commission, which oversees the ethics of the largest tribal court system in the United States. He is also the Indian Law and Order Commission and served as its chair.