Many names have been dropped in the past couple weeks, rumoring who will fill president-elect Trump’s Cabinet. All eyes are on Donald Trump as his selections will directly correlate with how he intends to run the country.
Politco lists the positions announced so far:
President-elect Trump has tapped Sen. Jeff Sessions as attorney general.
Director of the Central Intelligence Agency
Trump has chosen Kansas Rep. Mike Pompeo for the job.
White House national security adviser
Trump has picked Retired Lt. Gen. Mike Flynn for national security adviser.
Deputy national security adviser
Trump has selected K.T. McFarland, a Fox News analyst who served as an official in the Reagan White House, to be his deputy national security adviser.
White House counsel
Trump tapped Donald McGahn, a partner at the firm Jones Day who served as the Trump campaign’s general counsel, for the job. McGahn is a former chairman of the Federal Election Commission.
Chief of staff
Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus will be Trump’s chief of staff.
Former Breitbart News executive Steve Bannon, who was Trump’s campaign CEO, will be Trump’s chief White House strategist.
Ambassador to the United Nations
Trump has tapped South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley to be his ambassador to the United Nations.
Trump announced that he will nominate Betsy DeVos, a prominent advocate for school choice and charter schools, as Education secretary.
Trump has picked former Labor Secretary Elaine Chao to serve as Secretary of Transportation. Chao served as deputy secretary of transportation under President George H.W. Bush and is married to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell.
Steven Mnuchin, a 17-year-veteran of Goldman Sachs, is Trump’s pick for Treasury secretary.
Health and Human Services secretary
Rep. Tom Price (R-Ga.), the chairman of the House Budget Committee and an early Trump backer, was chosen to lead the Department of Health and Human Services.
Billionaire investor Wilbur Ross, a Trump economic adviser, is Trump’s pick for Commerce secretary.
Deputy Commerce Secretary
Trump tapped Todd Ricketts, the co-owner of the Chicago Cubs and a member of the powerful conservative Ricketts family, to be deputy secretary of commerce.”
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