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President Donald Trump Live

The presidency of Donald Trump began at noon EST on January 20, 2017, the day that Donald Trump became the 45th President of the United States, succeeding Barack Obama. Trump, a Republican, was a businessman from New York City at the time of his victory in the 2016 presidential election over Democrat Hillary Clinton. His running mate, former Governor Mike Pence of Indiana, took office as the 48th Vice President of the United States on the same day. At age 70, Trump is the oldest person to assume the presidency, and the first without prior government or military experience. Trump's term in office is set to end on January 20, 2021, and he is eligible to be elected to a second term.

During his time in office, Trump has issued several consequential presidential orders and memoranda, including Executive Order 13769, which suspended the admission of refugees into the United States. Trump also nominated Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court and has appointed numerous executive branch officials. Several of Trump's nominees, including Gorsuch, remain before the United States Senate.

Election 2016

The Republican ticket of businessman Donald Trump of New York and Governor Mike Pence of Indiana won the 2016 election, defeating the Democratic ticket of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton of New York and Senator Tim Kaine of Virginia. Trump won 304 electoral votes compared to Clinton's 227, though Clinton won a plurality of the popular vote.

Trump is the fifth person to win the presidency but lose the popular vote, after John Quincy Adams (1824), Rutherford B. Hayes (1876), Benjamin Harrison (1888), and George W. Bush (2000). Although Republicans lost a net of two seats in the Senate elections and six seats in the House elections, they maintained their majorities in both houses for the 115th Congress. Trump claimed that massive amounts of voter fraud in Clinton's favor occurred during the election, and he called for a major investigation after taking office.

After the election, Republican Mitch McConnell of Kentucky retained his position as Senate Majority Leader, while Democrat Chuck Schumer of New York replaced the retiring Harry Reid of Nevada as Senate Minority Leader. Democrat Nancy Pelosi retained her position as House Minority Leader, while Republican Paul Ryan retained his position as Speaker of the House.

Donald Trumps Cabinet

Days after the presidential election, Trump announced that he had selected RNC Chairman Reince Priebus as his Chief of Staff, a position that does not require Senate confirmation. Priebus and Senior Counselor Steve Bannon were named as "equal partners" within the White House power structure, although Bannon will not be a member of the Cabinet. Aside from the vice president and the chief of staff, the remaining Cabinet-level positions require Senate confirmation.

On November 18, Trump announced his first Cabinet designee, choosing Alabama Senator Jeff Sessions for the position of Attorney General. Trump continued to name designees for various positions in November, December, and January. Former Georgia Governor Sonny Perdue was announced as the nominee for Secretary of Agriculture on January 19, completing Trump's initial slate of Cabinet nominees. Trump is the first incoming president to benefit from the 2013 filibuster reform, which eased the use of cloture on executive and lower-level judicial nominees, reducing the amount required to invoke from an absolute supermajority of three-fifths to a bare majority.

By February 8, 2017, President Trump had fewer cabinet nominees confirmed than any other president except George Washington by the same length of time into his presidency. On February 8, 2017, President Trump formally announced his cabinet structure, elevating the Director of National Intelligence and Director of the CIA to cabinet level. The Chair of the Council of Economic Advisers, which had been added to the cabinet added by Obama in 2009, was removed from the cabinet. Once all cabinet positions are filled, Trump's cabinet will consist of 24 members – the most since Bill Clinton.

The following have been named as Cabinet appointees by the President. For other high-level positions, see the list of Donald Trump political appointments.

Cabinet of President Donald J. Trump
Individual officially confirmed by a full Senate vote
Individual took office with no Senate consent needed
Individual's nomination officially reported by Senate committee
Individual was rejected by either a Senate committee or a full Senate vote
Individual's nomination pending Senate committee confirmation

Cabinet members

Office
Date announced / confirmed
Designee Office
Date announced / confirmed
Designee
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Vice President
Announced July 15, 2016
Took office January 20, 2017
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Former Governor
Mike Pence
from Indiana
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Secretary of State
Announced December 13, 2016
Took office February 1, 2017
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Former ExxonMobil CEO
Rex Tillerson
from Texas
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Secretary of the Treasury
Announced November 30, 2016
Took office February 13, 2017
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Former OneWest Bank CEO
Steven Mnuchin
from California
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Secretary of Defense
Announced December 1, 2016
Took office January 20, 2017
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Retired General (USMC)
James Mattis
from Washington
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Attorney General
Announced November 18, 2016
Took office February 9, 2017
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Former Senator
Jeff Sessions
from Alabama
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Secretary of the Interior
Announced December 15, 2016
Took office March 1, 2017
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Former Representative
Ryan Zinke
from Montana
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Secretary of Agriculture
Announced January 18, 2017
Took office April 25, 2017
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Former Governor
Sonny Perdue
from Georgia
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Secretary of Commerce
Announced November 30, 2016
Took office February 28, 2017
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Wilbur Ross
from Florida
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Secretary of Labor
Announced February 16, 2017
Took office April 28, 2017
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Former U.S. Attorney
Alex Acosta
from Florida
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Secretary of Health and Human Services
Announced November 29, 2016
Took office February 10, 2017
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Former Representative
Tom Price
from Georgia
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Secretary of Housing and Urban Development
Announced December 5, 2016
Took office March 2, 2017
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Ben Carson
from Florida
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Secretary of Transportation
Announced November 29, 2016
Took office January 31, 2017
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Former Secretary
Elaine Chao
from Kentucky
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Secretary of Energy
Announced December 14, 2016
Took office March 2, 2017
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Former Governor
Rick Perry
from Texas
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Secretary of Education
Announced November 23, 2016
Took office February 7, 2017
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Betsy DeVos
from Michigan
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Secretary of Veterans Affairs
Announced January 11, 2017
Took office February 14, 2017
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Former Under Secretary
David Shulkin
from Pennsylvania
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Secretary of Homeland Security
Announced December 7, 2016
Took office January 20, 2017
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Retired General (USMC)
John F. Kelly
from Virginia

Cabinet-level officials

Office
Date announced / confirmed
Designee Office
Date announced / confirmed
Designee
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White House Chief of Staff
Announced November 13, 2016
Took office January 20, 2017
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Former RNC Chairman
Reince Priebus
from Wisconsin
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United States Trade Representative
Announced January 3, 2017
Took office May 15, 2017
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Former Deputy USTR
Robert Lighthizer
from Florida
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Director of National Intelligence
Announced January 7, 2017
Took office March 16, 2017
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Former Senator
Dan Coats
from Indiana
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Ambassador to the United Nations
Announced November 23, 2016
Took office January 27, 2017
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Former Governor
Nikki Haley
from South Carolina
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Director of the
Office of Management and Budget
Announced December 16, 2016
Took office February 16, 2017
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Former Representative
Mick Mulvaney
from South Carolina
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Director of the Central Intelligence Agency
Announced November 18, 2016
Took office January 23, 2017
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Former Representative
Mike Pompeo
from Kansas
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Administrator of the
Environmental Protection Agency
Announced December 7, 2016
Took office February 17, 2017
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Former Attorney General
Scott Pruitt
from Oklahoma
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Administrator of the
Small Business Administration
Announced December 7, 2016
Took office February 14, 2017
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Former WWE CEO
Linda McMahon
from Connecticut
Source: Trump Administration and NPR

Confirmation process timeline

PRESIDENT DONALD J. TRUMP

WHITE HOUSE STAFF

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Chief of Staff - Reince Priebus - head of the RNC

Deputy Assistant to the President and Senior Adviser to the Chief of Staff - Sean Cairncross - Republican National Committee Chief Operating Officer and Deputy Executive Director and General Counsel to the National Republican Senatorial Committee for two cycles (2009-2012)

Director of the Office of Chief of Staff - Michael Ambrosini

Special Assistant to the President and Executive Assistant to the Chief of Staff - Mallory Hunter

Deputy Chief of Staff - Katie Walsh - Chief of Staff at the Republican National Committee

Deputy Chief of Staff for Operations - Joe Hagin - Deputy Chief of Staff for Operations in the George W. Bush White House

Deputy Chief of Staff for Policy - Rick Dearborn – former top aide to Sen. Jeff Sessions (R- AL) and nominee for Attorney General

Chief Strategist and Senior Counselor to the President - Stephen K. Bannon - Executive Chairman of Breitbart News Network

Senior White House Advisor - Jared Kushner – Son-in-law; CEO of Kushner Companies and publisher of the New York Observer

Special Assistant to the President and Assistant to the Senior Advisor - Avrahm (Avi) Berkowitz

Assistant to the President and Senior Advisor to the President for Policy - Stephen Miller - Responsible for directing White House policy staff, managing speechwriting functions, and working to ensure the enactment of the President’s policy agenda. Served throughout as the campaign’s chief speechwriter, and is currently the policy director for the President-elect’s Transition Team; served as a key advisor to several members of Congress, including U.S. Senator from Alabama Jeff Sessions, and served in senior leadership roles on both the Senate Budget Committee and Senate Judiciary Committee.

Office of the Senior Advisor to the President for Policy, Staff Announcements:

Director of Policy and Inter-agency Coordination- Carlos Diaz-Rosillo - has been serving on the President-elect’s Transition Team as Policy Implementation Executive Authority Advisor and White House Lead. He has been a member of the faculty of government at Harvard University for more than eight years.

Advisor for Policy, Strategy and Speechwriting- Vince Haley - longtime associate of former U.S. House Speaker Newt Gingrich. He served as policy director and later campaign manager of Gingrich’s 2012 presidential campaign. During the President-elect’s campaign, Mr. Haley developed ethics reform policies.

Advisor for Policy, Strategy and Speechwriting- Ross Worthington - longtime aide to former U.S. House Speaker Newt Gingrich. He served as research director for Gingrich, deputy communications director for Gingrich’s 2012 presidential campaign and later as Gingrich’s primary writer. During the campaign, Mr. Worthington, together with Mr. Vince Haley, worked to formulate and communicate policies that advanced the Trump agenda.

Advisor for Policy Development and Speechwriting- Ryan Jarmula - served as a member of Vice President-elect Mike Pence’s staff for a number of years. As a member of then-Congressman Pence’s Capitol Hill office, he handled a variety of issues including foreign affairs, and later served Pence in his capacity
as Governor of the State of Indiana as Policy Director for Veterans Affairs and most recently as Speechwriter. During the campaign, Mr. Jarmula worked on Stephen Miller’s staff and had an active role in policy development.

Advisor for Policy - Entrepreneurship, Economic Growth and the

Empowerment of Women - Dina Powell, a Goldman Sachs partner, and previously served as the chief of the personnel office in the White House under President George W. Bush.

Special Assistant to the Senior Advisor - Robert Gabriel - served as policy advisor on the President-elect’s campaign and assisted the National Policy Director in policy development, speechwriting functions, and staff management.

Director of Strategic Initiatives - Chris Liddell - previously a CFO at Microsoft and General Motors, as well as the executive director of Mitt Romney’s 2012 transition planning team.

Domestic Policy Council

Director of the White House Domestic Policy Council- Andrew Bromberg - worked at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services from 2001 to 2009, including serving as the Chief of Staff for the Office of Public Health and Science. He later served as Policy Advisor and Counsel on Nominations for Senator Mitch McConnell. He worked as the Policy Director for the 2016 Republican Party Platform. He now works in a lead policy and administrative role on the Presidential Transition Team.

Deputy Director of the Domestic Policy Council and Director of Budget

Policy  - Paul Winfree - Director of the Thomas A. Roe Institute for Economic Policy Studies, the Center for Data Analysis and the Richard F. Aster Research Fellow, all at The Heritage Foundation. Prior to joining Heritage, Mr. Winfree was the Director of Income Security on the U.S. Senate Committee on the Budget.

Healthcare Policy - Katy Talento - an infectious disease epidemiologist with nearly 20 years of experience in public health and health policy, as well as government oversight and investigations and program evaluation, served on the campaign since July 2016. Ms. Talento has spent 12 years in the U.S. Senate, working for five Senators and two committees.

Urban Affairs and Revitalization - Ja’Ron K. Smith - served as a Congressional staff member for nearly a decade. Smith served the House Republican Conference legislative staff under then-Chairman Mike Pence prior to joining the Republican Study Committee to serve on the professional policy staff under Congressman Jim Jordan. He later served as Economic Advisor to Senator Tim Scott and currently works as the Director of External Affairs for Generation Opportunity.

Education Policy - Rob Goad - currently serves on the Presidential Transition as the education lead for the implementation of the President-elect’s education policy agenda. Prior to developing education policy for the President-elect’s successful campaign, Mr. Goad served as a Senior Policy Advisor to House Policy Committee Chair Luke Messer focusing on education issues. He also played a pivotal role advancing school choice policies as Director of the Congressional School Choice Caucus.

Justice and Homeland Security Policy - John Zadrozny - worked for the past six years on the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations, and the Senate Committee on the Judiciary for Senator Ted Cruz. Prior to working on Capitol Hill, he served in the Office of National Drug Control Policy and the Department of State.

Regulatory Reform, Legal and Immigration Policy - Zina Bash - currently serves as the Executive Vice President of Operations and Business Development at Doctors’ Hospital at Renaissance.. Her previous positions include Deputy Director of Policy and Communications for Senator Ted Cruz’s presidential campaign and Senior Counsel to the Senate Judiciary Committee in Senator John Cornyn’s office. Ms. Bash also practiced law as an appellate attorney at international law firm Gibson Dunn, & Crutcher LLP. Ms. Bash also served as a law clerk to Justice Samuel Alito of the U.S.. Supreme Court and Judge Brett Kavanaugh of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit.

Senior Policy Analyst - Peter White -has worked at the Federal Trade Commission and the Federal Communications Commission. Most recently, Mr. White served as Legislative Counsel for Congressman Mo Brooks. Licensed to practice law in the District of Columbia, Mr. White is an active member of the Federalist Society and performs pro bono legal for the Washington Legal Clinic for the Homeless.

Assistant to the President and White House Counsel – Donald F. McGahn - Partner at Jones Day in Washington, DC, and has specialized in political law, including government ethics; served as a member of the FEC five years, during which he served as both chairman and vice chairman)

Counselor to the President - Kellyanne Conway - founder and owner of The Polling Company, inc./WomanTrend, a polling and research firm that for 21 years has served leading political figures, nonprofits and companies.

Assistant to the President and Director of Legislative Affairs - Marc Short - Previously worked as a top operative running the expansive political network of billionaire brothers Charles and David Koch, is a longtime adviser to Pence. He was chief of staff to Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison of Texas and Pence, when he was in the House. During the 2016 campaign, Short worked as an adviser for Sen. Marco Rubio during the primaries and later as a senior adviser for Pence during the general election.

Special Assistant to the President for Legislative Affairs - Alexander Angelson

Assistant to the President and Director of Presidential Personnel - John DeStefano - Longtime political aide to former House Speaker John Boehner who helped the RNC build a 2016 voter file and political database.

Assistant to the President and Director of Communications for the Office of Public Liaison - Omarosa Manigault - Contestant on The Apprentice, and worked in the office of Vice President Al Gore during the Clinton administration.

Assistant to the President for Intragovernmental and Technology Initiatives - Reed Cordish - principal and partner of the Cordish Companies and president of Entertainment Consulting International.

Assistant to President and Chief of Staff to the Vice President - Josh Pitcock - Long-time aide who most recently served as Indiana’s lobbyist in Washington.

Assistant to the President and Staff Secretary - Rob Porter - Utah Sen. Orrin Hatch’s chief of staff.

Deputy Assistant to the President and Director of Oval Office Operations - Keith Schiller - Trump's security chief for the last 16 years and a retired NYPD detective.

Deputy Assistant to the President and Director of Advance - George Gigicos - He was Donald Trump’s director of advance operations. Founded and became president of Telion Corp. The company associated with political and religious entities, associations, corporations and with the government to successfully assist in the management of their conferences, meetings, incentive programs and special events. The company’s expertise in communication strategies, crisis management, VIP and political advance operations and logistical support further assists their clients in being relevant.

Deputy Assistant to the President and Political Director - Bill Stepien - Former deputy chief of staff to Gov. Christie during the George Washington Bridge scandal.. He later became national field director for Trump’s presidential campaign.

Deputy Assistant to the President and Cabinet Secretary - Bill McGinley - A partner at law firm Jones Day.

Deputy Assistant to the President and Director of Intergovernmental Affairs - Justin Clark - Deputy national political director of Donald J. Trump’s presidential campaign/

Deputy Assistant to the President and Deputy Chief of Staff to the Vice President - Jen Pavlik - Worked as an aide to Pence during his time in Congress and as Indiana’s governor.

Special Assistant to the President and Personal Aide to the President - John McEntee - A production assistant at Fox News before joining the Trump campaign in 2015. He served as campaign trip director, overseeing preparations for campaign events.

Executive Assistant to the President - Madeleine Westerhout – Assistant to the Chief of Staff at the Republican National Committee.

Chief Digital Officer - Gerrit Lansing - Chief Digital Officer at the Republican National Committee.

Press Secretary/Communications Director - Sean Spicer - Communications director of the Republican National Committee since 2011, and chief strategist since February 2015.

Deputy Press Secretary and Adviser to the Press Secretary - Lindsay Walters

Deputy Press Secretary - Sarah Huckabee Sanders, who managed her father Mike Huckabee’s presidential bid

Special Assistant to the President and Deputy Press Secretary - Stephanie Grisham - spokeswoman for the Republicans in the Arizona House of Representatives; prior to that, she worked as the spokeswoman for Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne.

Special Assistant to the President and Deputy Press Secretary and Advisor to the Press

Secretary - Lindsay Walters - Republican National Committee spokeswoman.

Strategic Communications Director - Hope Hicks - Began working for the public relations firm Zeno Group. She then moved to Hiltzik Strategies in New York City. While at Hiltzik, she "began working on accounts related to Trump’s vast real estate, hospitality and fashion ventures." She then moved to the Trump Organization in 2014.

Social Media Director - Dan Scavino - Director of Social Media, Donald J. Trump for President, Inc. June 2015 – Present; Director Of Development, Joe Torre September 2013 – April 2015; Executive Vice President / General Manager The Trump Organization. January 2003 – March 2013.

Deputy Assistant to the President and Deputy Communications Director - Jessica Ditto - Trump campaign's deputy communications director. Former communications director for Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin.

Deputy Assistant to the President and Deputy Communications Director and Research

Director - Raj Shah - Currently the Research Director and Deputy Communications Director at the Republican National Committee and also the Managing Director of America Rising, a company that provides research to candidates.

Assistant Communications Director for Surrogate Operations - Boris Epshteyn - spokesman for the inauguration planning effort; communications aide with the McCain-Palin campaign. While at the campaign, he was a key part of a rapid response task force which concentrated on issues related to the Vice Presidential nominee Sarah Palin.

Special Assistant to the President and Assistant Communications Director - Steven Cheung,

Special Assistant to the President and Director of Media Affairs - Helen Aguirre Ferre - spokeswoman for the Republican National Committee.

Special Assistant to the President and Assistant Communications Director for White

House Message Strategy - Cliff Sims - founder and CEO of Yellowhammer, Alabama’s conservative news website; previously served as a communications advisor for the Trump campaign.

National Security Advisor -- Lt. Gen. Mike Flynn, US Army, Director of the Defense Intelligence Agency (2012 – 2014)

Deputy National Security Advisor - Kathleen Troia "KT" McFarland - Fox News' national security analyst and contributor, host of FOXNews.com's DEFCON and FOXNews.com Opinions page columnist.

Office of the Director of National Intelligence – Director – Former Senator Dan Coats (R-IN) - Served for years on the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, and previously on the Senate Armed Services Committee.

National Security Council

Chief of Staff and Executive Secretary - Lt. Gen. Keith Kellogg, USA (Ret.) - Director, Command, Control, Communications and Computers for U.S. forces under the Joint Chiefs of Staff.

Senior Director of Strategic Communications - Dr. Monica Crowley - Foreign affairs and political analyst for the Fox News Channel. (Withdrew on January 16, 2017)

Homeland Security Advisor - Thomas Bossert - Currently a fellow at the Atlantic Council's Cyber Statecraft Initiative;" deputy homeland security adviser in the last year of the Bush administration, when he helped draft the federal government's first cybersecurity strategy; and o spent two years as the White House director of infrastructure protection policy.

National Economic Council:

Director - Gary Cohn - President, Goldman Sachs National Trade Council:

Director - Peter Navarro - University of California-Irvine Associate Professor, Paul Merage School of Business

Deputy Director for the Defense Industrial Base —Alexander Gray - Currently a member of the U.S. Department of State Landing Team for the Presidential Transition, focusing on Asia- Pacific issues. Previously, he served as Senior Defense Advisor to the Trump-Pence campaign, on Stephen Miller’s policy staff and working with Peter Navarro, helping to craft the campaign’s plan to rebuild the U.S. military and the defense industrial base. Mr. Gray has also served as Senior Advisor to U.S. Congressman J. Randy Forbes, a senior member of the House Armed Services Committee, focusing on defense industrial base issues and Asia-Pacific security.

Deputy Director for “Buy American, Hire American”- Rolf Lundberg - During the Presidentelect’s campaign and Presidential Transition, Mr. Lundberg worked underneath Stephen Miller and Peter Navarro, and focused his efforts on policies to reverse the economic injustice of offshoring and used his experience and insights to challenge special interests and support the President-elect’s “Buy American, Hire American” project. Mr. Lundberg was Senior Vice President for Congressional and Public Affairs at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, after serving as Assistant General Counsel and Vice President for International Relations with Marriott International, Inc. Mr. Lundberg served as Legal Counsel for Tax and International Trade to Senate Majority Leader Trent Lott, International Trade Counsel to Senate Majority Leader Bob Dole, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Import Administration in the George H.W. Bush Administration and International Trade Counsel to the U.S. Senate Committee on Finance.

Special Representative for International Negotiations - Jason Greenblatt - Chief legal officer and an executive vice president at the Trump Organization; he has advised Mr. Trump on a range of business and legal affairs, both domestic and international, for two decades.

Special Advisor to the President on Regulatory Reform - Carl Icahn – Founder and majority shareholder of Icahn Enterprises, a diversified conglomerate holding company based in New York City, formerly known as American Real Estate Partners. He is also Chairman of Federal-Mogul, an American developer, manufacturer and supplier of powertrain components and vehicle safety products. He will be advising the President in his individual capacity and will not be serving as a federal employee or a Special Government Employee and will not have any specific duties.

VICE PRESIDENTIAL STAFF

Assistant to President and Chief of Staff to the Vice President - Josh Pitcock - Long-time aide who most recently served as Indiana’s lobbyist in Washington)

Deputy Assistant to the President and Deputy Chief of Staff to the Vice President - Jen Pavlik - Worked as an aide to Pence during his time in Congress and as Indiana’s governor.

OFFICE OF MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET

Director - Rep. Mick Mulvaney (South Carolina) - Co-authored Cut, Cap, and Balance Act, which curbed and capped needless federal spending, and provided for a Balanced Budget Amendment to the Constitution.

CABINET & AGENCIES

Secretary of Agriculture – Former Georgia Gov. Sonny Perdue

Secretary of Commerce – Wilbur Ross - Chairman and chief strategy officer, WL Ross & Co.

Deputy Secretary - Todd Ricketts - Co-owner of the Chicago Cubs

Secretary of Defense – Gen. James Mattis, USMC - 11th Commander of United States Central Command, the Unified Combatant Command responsible for American military operations in the Middle East, Northeast Africa and Central Asia.

Secretary of the Army - Vincent “Vinnie” Viola - Former U.S. Army infantry officer and current Virtu Financial Founder and Executive Chairman.

Secretary of Education - Betsy DeVos - Chair of the Windquest Group

Secretary of Energy – Former Texas Gov. Rick Perry

Secretary of Health and Human Services – Cong. Tom Price, MD (Georgia) Administrator of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services - Seema Verma - (Indiana health policy consultant

Secretary of Homeland Security – Gen. John Kelly, USMC - United States Southern Command

Secretary of Housing and Urban Development – Dr. Ben Carson

Secretary of Interior – Cong. Ryan Zinke (Montana)

Secretary of Labor - Andrew Puzder - CEO of CKE Restaurants

Secretary of State - Rex Tillerson - Chairman and CEO of ExxonMobil

Secretary of Transportation - Elaine Chao - Distinguished Fellow at Hudson Institute, former Secretary of Labor

Secretary of the Treasury - Steven Mnuchin - Founder, Co-Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of Dune Capital Management

Secretary of Veterans Affairs – Dr. David J. Shulkin - current Undersecretary for Health at the Department of Veterans Affairs

Director, Central Intelligence Agency – Cong. Mike Pompeo (Kansas)

Attorney General – Sen. Jeff Sessions (Alabama)

Deputy Attorney General - Rod J. Rosenstein - U.S. attorney in Baltimore and the longestserving U.S. attorney - sole holdover U.S. attorney from the George W. Bush administration who is still in office

Environmental Protection Agency, Administrator – Scott Pruitt - Oklahoma Attorney General

Securities and Exchange Commission – Chairman - Jay Clayton - Partner at New York-based law firm Sullivan & Cromwell

Small Business Administration, Administrator - Linda McMahon - Co-founder and former chief executive officer of World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE)

United States Trade Representative - Robert Lighthizer - Served under President Ronald Reagan as Deputy United States Trade Representative; Chief of Staff of the United States Senate Committee of Finance when Congress passed the Reagan program of tax cuts and spending reductions, and also aided in the passage of legislation which implemented the Tokyo Round of trade negotiations. He has also represented the United States at meetings of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development and meetings related to the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (the precursor to the World Trade Organization). He has headed up the international trade law practice at Skadden, Arps Slate, Meagher and Flom.

AMBASSADORS

United Nations – Gov. Nikki Haley (South Carolina)

China – Gov. Terry Branstad (Iowa)

Israel - David Friedman - Founding partner of Kasowitz, Benson, Torres & Friedman LLP

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Notable non-Cabinet positions

1Appointed by Barack Obama; term ends in January/February 2018,[33] and Trump intends to "most likely" appoint a replacement.[34]

2Appointed by Barack Obama; term ends in June 2018.

Firing of Michael Flynn

On February 13, 2017, Trump fired Michael Flynn from the post of National Security Adviser, making Flynn's the shortest tenure in the history of the office.[35] The given reason for the termination was that he had lied to Vice President Pence about his communications with the Russian ambassador to the United States, Sergey Kislyak, with whom Flynn had discussed lifting sanctions against Russia if Donald Trump was elected President. Flynn was fired amidst the ongoing controversy concerning Russian interference in the 2016 United States elections and accusations that Trump's electoral team colluded with Russian agents. In May 2017, Sally Yates testified before Senate Judiciary's Subcommittee on Crime and Terrorism that she had told White House Counsel Don McGahn in late January 2017 that Flynn had misled Vice President Mike Pence and other administration officials and warned that Flynn was potentially compromised by Russia. Flynn remained in his post for another two weeks and was fired after The Washington Post broke the story. Yates was fired by Donald Trump on January 30, two days after she warned Trump officials about Flynn.[36]

Firing of James Comey

On May 9, 2017, Trump fired FBI Director James Comey. In explaining his decision to fire Comey, the Trump administration cited Comey's handling of the Hillary Clinton email controversy.[37] In firing Comey, Trump relied on a memo written by Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein that criticized Comey for publicly announcing that the case involving Clinton's emails would not be prosecuted. Rosenstein argued that Comey overstepped his role and that the Justice Department determines whether a case should be prosecuted.[38] However, many critics of Trump accused him of using Comey's handling of the Clinton investigation as a pretext for Comey's dismissal; instead, these critics argue that Comey was dismissed due to his investigation into the Trump administration's ties with Russia.[39] Governance experts said that the firing of Comey was highly significant and abnormal, with the action raising concerns about checks and balances in American democracy broadly.[40] Days after firing Comey, Trump stated that he would have fired Comey regardless of Rosenstein's recommendations, describing Comey as a "showboat."[41] In a meeting with the Russian Foreign Minister and Ambassador to the US, Trump asserted Comey was a "nut job" and that this would relieve pressure off of him regarding his relationship with Russia.[42] In the aftermath of Comey's firing, various news outlets compared the firing to the "Saturday Night Massacre," a constitutional crisis that occurred during Richard Nixon's administration.[43][44][45]

Comey memos

Jason Chaffetz letter to FBI over Comey Memo

Comey wrote multiple memos concerning his interactions with President Trump and in one Trump attempted to persuade Comey to abort the investigation into General Flynn.[46][47][48][49][50][51] Director Comey would record a detailed memo during every meeting with President Donald Trump.[52] One memo referred to an February 14, 2017, Oval Office meeting between Comey and Trump, in which, according to the memo, the president stated "I hope you can see your way clear to letting this go, to letting Flynn go. He is a good guy. I hope you can let this go."[48] Comey made no commitments to Trump on the subject.[48]

The Times reported that the memo, which is not classified, was part of a "paper trail" created by Comey to document "what he perceived as the president’s improper efforts to influence a continuing investigation".[48] Comey shared the memo with "a very small circle of people at the FBI and Justice Department."[53] Comey and other senior FBI officials perceived Trump's remarks "as an effort to influence the investigation, but they decided that they would try to keep the conversation secret — even from the F.B.I. agents working on the Russia investigation — so the details of the conversation would not affect the investigation."[48]

Two individuals who read the memo told the Times that "Comey created similar memos — including some that are classified — about every phone call and meeting he had with the president."[48] The Washington Post reported that two Comey associates who had seen Comey's memo described it as two pages long and highly detailed.[53] The Times noted that contemporaneous notes created by FBI agents are frequently relied upon "in court as credible evidence of conversations."[48]

Judicial nominees

Trump took office with a Supreme Court vacancy, which arose after the February 2016 death of Antonin Scalia. During his campaign, Trump released two lists of potential nominees to fill the vacancy caused by Scalia's death.[54] On January 31, 2017, Trump nominated federal appellate judge Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court.[55] Gorsuch's appointment was confirmed on April 7, 2017, after a 54–45 vote.[56] Prior to this nomination, 60 votes had been required for Supreme Court nominees to be moved to a confirmation vote over a filibuster, via invoking cloture. The 60-vote total previously needed to advance the vote was not met due to Democratic opposition. To allow the nomination to proceed, the "nuclear option" was deployed, requiring only a simple majority, 51 votes, for cloture for a nominee.[57]

The United States courts of appeals have several vacancies and the United States district courts also have dozens of vacancies for President Trump to fill.[58]

The Cabinet

Cabinet of President Donald J. Trump
Individual officially confirmed by a full Senate vote
Individual took office with no Senate consent needed
Individual's nomination officially reported by Senate committee
Individual was rejected by either a Senate committee or a full Senate vote
Individual's nomination pending Senate committee confirmation

Cabinet members

Office
Date announced / confirmed
Designee Office
Date announced / confirmed
Designee
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Vice President
Announced July 15, 2016
Took office January 20, 2017
Mike Pence official VP portrait (cropped).jpg
Former Governor
Mike Pence
from Indiana
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Secretary of State
Announced December 13, 2016
Took office February 1, 2017
Rex Tillerson official portrait.jpg
Former ExxonMobil CEO
Rex Tillerson
from Texas
Seal of the United States Department of the Treasury.svg

Secretary of the Treasury
Announced November 30, 2016
Took office February 13, 2017
Steven Mnuchin official portrait.jpg
Former OneWest Bank CEO
Steven Mnuchin
from California
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Secretary of Defense
Announced December 1, 2016
Took office January 20, 2017
James Mattis Official SECDEF Photo.jpg
Retired General (USMC)
James Mattis
from Washington
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Attorney General
Announced November 18, 2016
Took office February 9, 2017
Jeff Sessions, official portrait.jpg
Former Senator
Jeff Sessions
from Alabama
Seal of the United States Department of the Interior.svg

Secretary of the Interior
Announced December 15, 2016
Took office March 1, 2017
Ryan Zinke official photo (cropped).jpg
Former Representative
Ryan Zinke
from Montana
Seal of the United States Department of Agriculture.svg

Secretary of Agriculture
Announced January 18, 2017
Took office April 25, 2017
Secretary Sonny Perdue official photo (cropped).jpg
Former Governor
Sonny Perdue
from Georgia
Seal of the United States Department of Commerce.svg

Secretary of Commerce
Announced November 30, 2016
Took office February 28, 2017
Wilbur Ross Official Portrait (cropped).jpg
Wilbur Ross
from Florida
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Secretary of Labor
Announced February 16, 2017
Took office April 28, 2017
Alexander Acosta official photo (cropped).jpg
Former U.S. Attorney
Alex Acosta
from Florida
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Secretary of Health and Human Services
Announced November 29, 2016
Took office February 10, 2017
Tom Price official photo.jpg
Former Representative
Tom Price
from Georgia
Seal of the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development.svg

Secretary of Housing and Urban Development
Announced December 5, 2016
Took office March 2, 2017
Ben Carson official portrait as HUD secretary.jpg
Ben Carson
from Florida
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Secretary of Transportation
Announced November 29, 2016
Took office January 31, 2017
Elaine L. Chao (cropped).jpg
Former Secretary
Elaine Chao
from Kentucky
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Secretary of Energy
Announced December 14, 2016
Took office March 2, 2017
Rick Perry official portrait.jpg
Former Governor
Rick Perry
from Texas
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Secretary of Education
Announced November 23, 2016
Took office February 7, 2017
Betsy DeVos official Department of Education portrait.jpg
Betsy DeVos
from Michigan
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Secretary of Veterans Affairs
Announced January 11, 2017
Took office February 14, 2017
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Former Under Secretary
David Shulkin
from Pennsylvania
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Secretary of Homeland Security
Announced December 7, 2016
Took office January 20, 2017
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Retired General (USMC)
John F. Kelly
from Virginia

Cabinet-level officials

Office
Date announced / confirmed
Designee Office
Date announced / confirmed
Designee
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White House Chief of Staff
Announced November 13, 2016
Took office January 20, 2017
Reince Priebus CPAC 2017 by Michael Vadon.jpg
Former RNC Chairman
Reince Priebus
from Wisconsin
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United States Trade Representative
Announced January 3, 2017
Took office May 15, 2017
Robert Lighthizer official Transition portrait.jpg
Former Deputy USTR
Robert Lighthizer
from Florida
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Director of National Intelligence
Announced January 7, 2017
Took office March 16, 2017
Dan Coats official DNI portrait.jpg
Former Senator
Dan Coats
from Indiana
US Department of State official seal.svg

Ambassador to the United Nations
Announced November 23, 2016
Took office January 27, 2017
Nikki Haley official Transition portrait.jpg
Former Governor
Nikki Haley
from South Carolina
US-OfficeOfManagementAndBudget-Seal.svg

Director of the
Office of Management and Budget
Announced December 16, 2016
Took office February 16, 2017
Mick Mulvaney, Official Portrait, 113th Congress (2).jpg
Former Representative
Mick Mulvaney
from South Carolina
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Director of the Central Intelligence Agency
Announced November 18, 2016
Took office January 23, 2017
Mike Pompeo official CIA portrait.jpg
Former Representative
Mike Pompeo
from Kansas
Environmental Protection Agency logo.svg

Administrator of the
Environmental Protection Agency
Announced December 7, 2016
Took office February 17, 2017
Scott Pruitt, EPA official portrait (cropped).jpg
Former Attorney General
Scott Pruitt
from Oklahoma
Seal of the United States Small Business Administration.svg

Administrator of the
Small Business Administration
Announced December 7, 2016
Took office February 14, 2017
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Former WWE CEO
Linda McMahon
from Connecticut
Source: Trump Administration and NPR

Confirmation process

Below is a list of confirmations for Cabinet positions, Cabinet-level positions, and other significant positions that were approved through the Senate between January and May 2017, by a recorded roll-call vote, rather than by a voice vote.

Despite being nominated promptly during the transition period, many cabinet members were unable to take office on Inauguration Day because of delays in the formal confirmation process. As of 8 February 2017, President Trump had fewer cabinet nominees confirmed than any other president except George Washington by the same length of time into his presidency.[3][4] Part of the lateness was ascribed to the delays in submitting background-check paperwork, part to obstruction by Senate Democrats.[5] The last confirmed Cabinet member, Robert Lighthizer, took office as U.S. Trade Representative on May 11, 2017, four months after his nomination.[6]

Timeline

Senate votes

Senate Confirmation Votes of President Trump's Innaugural Cabinet

Candidates for the Cabinet positions

After election day, media outlets reported on persons described by various sources as possible appointments to senior positions in the incoming Trump presidency. The number of people which have received media attention as potential cabinet appointees is higher than in most previous presidential elections, partly because the Trump'16 campaign staff (and associated PACs) was significantly smaller and less expensive,[7] thus there are not as many people already expected to receive specific roles in the upcoming Trump administration. In particular, "Trump ha[d] a smaller policy brain trust [policy group] than a new president normally carries"[8] because as an anti-establishment candidate who began his campaign by largely self-funding his way to the Republican party nomination,[9] unlike most previous presidential winners "Trump does not have the traditional cadre of Washington insiders and donors to build out his Cabinet."[10] An additional factor that tends to make the field of potential nominees especially broad, is that unlike most presidential transition teams who select politicians as their appointees, the Trump transition team "has started with a mandate to hire from the private sector [as opposed to the governmental sector] whenever possible."[10]

Until the Trump Administration announces their official cabinet, and those nominees are confirmed by the Senate (where applicable), this page will continue to be updated with new information and potential positions. The membership of the presidential cabinet also tends to evolve during the course of the presidency; turnover often causes individual names to change, and more rarely, creation of new departments and merging/downsizing of existing departments can alter the size of the cabinet.

Secretary of State

Image Name Description
Richard L. Armitage.jpeg Richard Armitage Former United States Deputy Secretary of State
Ambassador John Bolton at the Southern Republican Leadership Conference (cropped).jpg John Bolton Former United States Ambassador to the United Nations; former Under Secretary of State for Arms Control and International Security Affairs
Bob Corker official Senate photo.jpg Bob Corker U.S. Senator from Tennessee and Chair of the Foreign Relations Committee
Tulsi Gabbard, official portrait, 113th Congress.jpg Tulsi Gabbard Democratic U.S. Representative from Hawaii's 2nd congressional district
Rudy Giuliani by Gage Skidmore.jpg Rudy Giuliani Former United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, former Associate Attorney General, former Mayor of New York City
RichardNHaass.jpg Richard Haass President of the Council on Foreign Relations; former Director of Policy Planning for the United States Department of State
Ambassador Jon Huntsman.jpg Jon Huntsman Former Governor of Utah, former United States Ambassador to Singapore and United States Ambassador to China, and 2012 presidential candidate
Zalmay Khalilzad in October 2011-cropped.jpg Zalmay Khalilzad Former United States Ambassador to the United Nations
Joe Manchin official portrait 112th Congress.jpg Joe Manchin Democratic U.S. Senator from West Virginia and vice chair of the Senate Democratic Policy Committee.
Alan Mulally 2013-01-30 001.jpg Alan Mulally Former CEO of Ford Motor Company and former executive vice president of Boeing
StanleyMcChrystal.jpg Stanley McChrystal Retired General of the United States Army, former Commander of the International Security Assistance Force in Afghanistan
Henry Paulson official Treasury photo, 2006.jpg Hank Paulson Former United States Secretary of the Treasury and CEO of Goldman Sachs
DCIA David Petraeus.jpg David Petraeus Retired General of the United States Army, former Director of the Central Intelligence Agency, and Commander of United States Central Command, the Afghan International Security Assistance Force, and Iraq Multinational Force
Dana Rohrabacher 113th Congress.jpg Dana Rohrabacher U.S. Representative for California's 48th congressional district; Chair of the House Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on Europe, Eurasia and Emerging Threats; Speechwriter and Senior Assistant of President Ronald Reagan
Mitt Romney by Gage Skidmore 7.jpg Mitt Romney Former Governor of Massachusetts and 2012 Republican presidential nominee
Stavridis EUCOM.jpg Jim Stavridis Retired Admiral of the United States Navy, Dean of the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University, former Commander of the United States Southern Command, United States European Command, and Supreme Allied Commander Europe, finalist for Clinton's running mate
Rex Tillerson official Transition portrait.jpg Green tick Rex Tillerson Former CEO of ExxonMobil

Secretary of the Treasury

Image Name Description
John Allison by Gage Skidmore.jpg John Allison Former president and CEO of the Cato Institute. Also mentioned as a possible member of the Federal Reserve Board.
No image.svg Tom Barrack Private equity real estate investor; founder, chair and CEO of Colony Capital
Ben Bernanke official portrait.jpg Ben Bernanke Former Chairman of the Federal Reserve.
Gary D. Cohn - World Economic Forum Annual Meeting Davos 2010.jpg Gary Cohn President and COO of Goldman Sachs Selected as Director of the National Economic Council.
Jamie Dimon, CEO of JPMorgan Chase.jpg Jamie Dimon CEO of JPMorgan Chase, billionaire, formerly on the board of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, donor to and member of the Democratic party Dimon reportedly declined the role.
Jonathan Gray BLA.jpg Jon Gray Head of global real estate for the Blackstone Group
Jeb Hensarling.jpg Jeb Hensarling Chair of the House Financial Services Committee, U.S. Representative from Texas's 5th congressional district; former Chair of the Republican Study Committee and Chair of the House Republican Conference
Glenn Hubbard portrait.jpg Glenn Hubbard Dean of the Columbia Business School, received media attention as a potential Treasury pick during mid-2016.[39][40] Former advisor to Bush'16, chair of the Council of Economic Advisers under George W. Bush, held a high-level role[39] under George H. W. Bush, advisor to Romney'12 (reportedly a leading contender for Treasury secretary had Romney been elected).[41] Also mentioned as a potential contender for Fed chair, in 2018.
No image.svg Carl Icahn Chairman of Icahn Enterprises.
David H. McCormick.jpg David McCormick President of Bridgewater Associates; former Undersecretary for International Affairs at the U.S. Department of the Treasury
Steven Mnuchin.jpg Green tick Steven Mnuchin CEO of Dune Capital Management and former partner at Goldman Sachs; movie producer at Relativity Media; Trump campaign finance chair
Tim Pawlenty official photo.jpg Tim Pawlenty Former Governor of Minnesota,[12] CEO since 2012 of financial services industry lobbyist and advocacy group Financial Services Roundtable, 2012 presidential candidate (then later co-chair of Romney'12)
Kevin Warsh, Federal Reserve photo portrait.jpg Kevin Warsh Former Federal Reserve governor

Secretary of Defense

Image Name Description
Kelly Ayotte, Official Portrait, 112th Congress 2.jpg Kelly Ayotte Outgoing U.S. Senator from New Hampshire. (Although mentioned as a potential nominee for this role, Trump said in an interview that he did not plan to offer Ayotte this position.)[47]
Tom Cotton official Senate photo.jpg Tom Cotton U.S. Senator from Arkansas
Tulsi Gabbard, official portrait, 113th Congress.jpg Tulsi Gabbard Democratic U.S. Representative from Hawaii's 2nd congressional district
Stephen Hadley.jpg Stephen Hadley Former U.S. National Security Advisor
Duncan Hunter 113th Congress.jpg Duncan D. Hunter[nb 1] U.S. Representative for California's 50th congressional district
Jack Keane.jpg Jack Keane Former Vice Chief of Staff of the Army. Stated he declined an offer to be nominated as Secretary.
Jon Kyl by Gage Skidmore.jpg Jon Kyl Former U.S. Senator from Arizona
James Mattis official Transition portrait.jpg Green tick James Mattis Retired United States Marine Corps General; former commander of CENTCOM
DCIA David Petraeus.jpg David Petraeus Former Director of the Central Intelligence Agency
Jim Talent official photo.jpg Jim Talent Former U.S. Senator from Missouri who was on the Senate Armed Services Committee
James Woolsey 2015.jpg Jim Woolsey Former Director of Central Intelligence

Attorney General

Image Name Description
Bondi bio photo crop.jpg Pam Bondi Attorney General of Florida
Chris Christie April 2015 (cropped).jpg Chris Christie Governor of New Jersey, former United States Attorney for the District of New Jersey
Ted Cruz, official portrait, 113th Congress.jpg Ted Cruz U.S. Senator from Texas and 2016 presidential candidate
Trey Gowdy, Official Portrait, 112th Congress.jpg Trey Gowdy Chair of the House Benghazi Committee, U.S. Representative from South Carolina's 4th congressional district
Rudy Giuliani by Gage Skidmore.jpg Rudy Giuliani Former United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, former Associate Attorney General, former Mayor of New York City
Kris Kobach Kansas, Secretary of State (13419571233) (cropped).jpg Kris Kobach Secretary of State of Kansas
Henry McMaster 2017.jpg Henry McMaster Governor of South Carolina
Jeff Sessions by Gage Skidmore.jpg Green tick Jeff Sessions U.S. Senator from Alabama; Member of the United States Senate Committee on Armed Services from Alabama; Former Attorney of the Southern District of Alabama

Secretary of the Interior

Image Name Description
Jan Brewer by Gage Skidmore 3.jpg Jan Brewer Former Governor of Arizona[12]
Governor Mary Fallin May 2015.jpg Mary Fallin Governor of Oklahoma[48]
Robert Grady at the NVCA Annual Meeting.png Robert Grady Venture capitalist and private equity investor,[38] former head of OMB's natural resources, energy, and science unit; aide to Chris Christie and former chair of the New Jersey Investment Council overseeing the state's public employee pension fund for the New Jersey Treasury Department,[61] environmental adviser and speechwriter under George H. W. Bush who helped negotiate the Clean Air Act of 1990[61]
Harold Hamm 2012 Shankbone.JPG Harold Hamm CEO of Continental Resources (oil and natural gas), billionaire, from Oklahoma.[38] (Although considered a likely pick for a position in the Trump administration, Hamm said he did not intend to accept an official role.[62][63])
Heidi Heitkamp official portrait 113th Congress.jpg Heidi Heitkamp U.S. Senator from North Dakota[64]
Raúl Labrador, Official Portrait, 112th Congress.jpg Raul Labrador U.S. Representative from Idaho's 1st congressional district[65]
No image.svg Forrest Lucas CEO and president of Lucas Oil[66]
CynthiaLummis.jpg Cynthia Lummis Outgoing U.S. Representative from Wyoming's at-large congressional district[48]
Cathy McMorris Rodgers, Official Portrait, 112th Congress.jpg Cathy McMorris Rodgers Chair of the House Republican Conference, U.S. Representative from Washington's 5th congressional district.[67] (Although media reports on December 9, 2016 suggested Rodgers was unofficially the expected pick for Secretary of the Interior,[nb 2][82] instead Zinke of Montana became the expected pick as of December 13, 2016.)
Sarah Palin by Gage Skidmore 2.jpg Sarah Palin 2008 vice presidential nominee; former Governor of Alaska[14][83][84][85]
Pombo richard.jpg Richard Pombo Former U.S. Representative from California's 11th congressional district, former Chair of the House Natural Resources Committee[48]
Mead Treadwell, Photo 1.jpg Mead Treadwell Former Lieutenant Governor of Alaska[48]
No image.svg Ray Washburne Dallas-based investor, former Trump Victory Committee vice chair,[86] finance director for Christie'16 campaign, former RNC appointee as national finance chair 2013-2014[61][87]
Ryan Zinke.jpg Green tick Ryan Zinke U.S. Representative from Montana,[65] former Navy SEAL commander.[88]

Secretary of Agriculture

Image Name Description
Bonilla picture.JPG Henry Bonilla Former U.S. Representative from Texas's 23rd congressional district[89]
Sam Brownback official portrait 3.jpg Sam Brownback Governor of Kansas; former U.S. Senator and Congressman[38]
Susan Combs by Gage Skidmore.jpg Susan Combs Former Texas Agriculture Commissioner; former Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts[90]
Charles F. Conner, official USDA photo portrait.jpg Chuck Conner Former United States Deputy Secretary of Agriculture[91][92]
Rick Crawford, Official Portrait, 112th Congress.jpg Rick Crawford U.S. Representative from Arkansas's 1st congressional district[93]
Dave Heineman official photo.jpg Dave Heineman Former Governor of Nebraska[48]
Heidi Heitkamp official portrait 113th Congress.jpg Heidi Heitkamp Democratic U.S. Senator from North Dakota[94]
No image.svg Charles Herbster Cattleman and agribusinessman; head of Trump campaign's agricultural advisory committee[91][92]
Tim Huelskamp.jpg Tim Huelskamp Former U.S. Representative from Kansas's 1st congressional district[95]
Rep. Jack Kingston.jpg Jack Kingston Former United States Representative from Georgia's 1st congressional district[96]
Abel-Maldonado.jpg Abel Maldonado Former Lieutenant Governor of California[97][98]
No image.svg Sid Miller Texas Agriculture Commissioner[99]
Jerry Moran, official portrait, 112th Congress.jpg Jerry Moran U.S. Senator from Kansas[100]
Dr. Elsa Murano - Texas A&M.JPG Elsa Murano Former President of Texas A&M University[101]
Kristi Noem portrait.jpg Kristi Noem U.S. Representative from South Dakota's at-large congressional district since 2011,[102] professional farmer/rancher since age 22, House Ways and Means committee member (declined position)
Butchotter.jpg Butch Otter Governor of Idaho[103]
Sonny Perdue at rally.jpg Green tick Sonny Perdue Former Governor of Georgia[38][104][105]
No image.svg Bruce Rastetter Agricultural business leader; President of the Iowa Board of Regents[91][106]
No image.svg Annette Sweeney Former member of the Iowa House of Representatives, executive director of the Iowa Angus Association[91]

Secretary of Commerce

Image Name Description
No image.svg Eric Bolling Fox News anchor, co-host of The Five[107]
Chris Christie April 2015 (cropped).jpg Chris Christie Governor of New Jersey; 2016 presidential candidate[108]
Dan DiMicco with Trade Representative.jpg Dan DiMicco Former CEO of Nucor; advisor on trade to Donald Trump[108]
No image.svg Lew Eisenberg Finance Chairman of the Republican National Committee.[34]
Mike Huckabee by Gage Skidmore 6.jpg Mike Huckabee Former Governor of Arkansas and 2016 presidential candidate.[34]
Linda McMahon Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 2.0 Generic.jpg Linda McMahon Professional wrestling magnate; twice former Republican U.S. Senate nominee for Connecticut[109]
Wilbur Ross.jpg Green tick Wilbur Ross Investor[46] at Invesco, billionaire specializing in bankruptcy-turnarounds, co-leader of the economic policy advisor team to Trump'16,[110] previously backed fellow Floridian Rubio'16,[111][112] privatization advisor to then-Mayor Rudy Giuliani, board member of USAID-funded TUSRIF appointed by the Bill Clinton administration,[113] and former Democrat[114] whose then-spouse was the Republican-party Lt. Governor of New York
Peter Thiel (2014).jpg Peter Thiel Cofounder of PayPal[34]

Secretary of Labor

Image Name Description
Alexander Acosta.jpg Green tick Alex Acosta Dean of the Florida International University College of Law, former member of the United States Commission on Civil Rights and former U.S. Attorney for Southern District of Florida[115]
Lou Barletta.jpg Lou Barletta U.S. Representative for Pennsylvania's 11th congressional district[116]
No image.svg Joseph Guzman Assistant professor at Michigan State University[115]
Johnkline.jpg John Kline Former U.S. Representative for Minnesota's 2nd congressional district[67]
No image.svg Peter Kirsanow Attorney, member of the United States Commission on Civil Rights, former National Labor Relations Board member (2006-2008)[48][115]
Victoria Lipnic.jpg Victoria Lipnic Member of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, former U.S. Assistant Secretary of Labor for Employment Standards[14][16]
Andrew Puzder by Gage Skidmore (cropped).jpg Red X Andy Puzder CEO of CKE Restaurants,[48] delegate to Republican National Convention platform committee in 2012 and 2016,[117][118][119] backed comprehensive immigration reform in 2013,[120] supports defederalization of minimum wage regulations because he believes increases in the minimum wage end up actually costing jobs through the unintended consequence of increasing automation.[121]
No image.svg Catherine Templeton Former Director of the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control; former Director of the South Carolina Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation[122][115]
Governor of Wisconsin Scott Walker 07.jpg Scott Walker Governor of Wisconsin; 2016 presidential candidate[123]

Secretary of Health and Human Services

Image Name Description
No image.svg Rich Bagger Executive Vice President of Celgene; former transition executive director, former New Jersey State Senator[95]
Ben Carson by Skidmore with lighting correction.jpg Ben Carson Retired neurosurgeon, former professor at Johns Hopkins University, presidential candidate in 2016 (endorsed Trump shortly after suspending his own campaign)[124]
Mike Huckabee by Gage Skidmore 6.jpg Mike Huckabee Former Governor of Arkansas; former Chair of the National Governors Association; 2016 presidential candidate[12]
Bobby Jindal 26 February 2015.jpg Bobby Jindal Former Governor of Louisiana; 2016 presidential candidate[12]
Tom Price.jpg Green tick Tom Price Chair of the House Budget Committee, U.S. Representative for Georgia's 6th congressional district, orthopedic surgeon[125]
Rick Scott (cropped).jpg Rick Scott Governor of Florida[12]

Secretary of Housing and Urban Development

Image Name Description
Astorino crop.jpg Rob Astorino Westchester County Executive[126]
Sbrownofficial.jpg Scott Brown Former U.S. Senator from Massachusetts[127]
Ben Carson by Skidmore with lighting correction.jpg Green tick Ben Carson 2016 presidential candidate and former director of Pediatric Neurosurgery at Johns Hopkins Hospital[128]
No image.svg Pam Patenaude President of the J. Ronald Terwilliger Foundation for Housing America's Families[129]
Robert Woodson by Gage Skidmore.jpg Bob Woodson Community development leader, Founder and President of the National Center for Neighborhood Enterprise[67]

Secretary of Transportation

Image Name Description
Lou Barletta.jpg Lou Barletta U.S. Representative from Pennsylvania's 11th congressional district[130]
Elaine Chao large.jpg Green tick Elaine Chao First Taiwanese American served in President's cabinet: Former Labor Secretary under President George W. Bush, and Deputy Secretary of Transportation under President George H. W. Bush, wife of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell[131][132]
Harold Ford, Congressional photo portrait.jpg Harold Ford Jr. Former Democratic U.S. Representative from Tennessee's 9th congressional district[133]
John Mica Portrait.jpg John Mica Former Chair of the House Transportation Committee, Outgoing U.S. Representative from Florida's 7th congressional district[134]
No image.svg Mark Rosenker Former Chair of the National Transportation Safety Board[48]
James S Simpson Federal Transit Administrator 2006.jpg Jim Simpson Former New Jersey Commissioner of Transportation; Former Federal Transit Administrator[48]
No image.svg Shirley Ybarra Former senior transportation policy analyst at the Reason Foundation, former Virginia Secretary of Transportation[135]

Secretary of Energy

Image Name Description
James L. Connaughton.jpg James Connaughton Chief executive of Nautilus Data Technologies and former Chair of the Council on Environmental Quality[12]
Kevin Cramer, official portrait, 113th Congress.jpg Kevin Cramer U.S. Representative from North Dakota's at-large congressional district[136]
No image.svg Myron Ebell Chair of the Cooler Heads Coalition; director of the Center for Energy and Environment at the Competitive Enterprise Institute and leading climate change skeptic[67]
Robert Grady at the NVCA Annual Meeting.png Robert Grady Venture capitalist and private equity investor,[38] former head of OMB's natural resources, energy, and science unit; aide to Chris Christie and former chair of the New Jersey Investment Council overseeing the state's public employee pension fund for the New Jersey Treasury Department,[61] environmental adviser and speechwriter under George H. W. Bush who helped negotiate the Clean Air Act of 1990[61]
Harold Hamm 2012 Shankbone.JPG Harold Hamm CEO of Continental Resources (oil and natural gas), billionaire, from Oklahoma.[14][137] (Although considered a likely pick for a position in the Trump administration, Hamm said he did not intend to accept an official role.[62][63])
Heidi Heitkamp official portrait 113th Congress.jpg Heidi Heitkamp Democratic U.S. Senator from North Dakota[64][138]
Joe Manchin official portrait 112th Congress.jpg Joe Manchin Democratic U.S. Senator from West Virginia and vice chair of the Senate Democratic Policy Committee.[138][139]
No image.svg J. Larry Nichols Chairman (emeritus) of Devon Energy Corporation[86]
Gov. Perry CPAC February 2015.jpg Green tick Rick Perry Former Governor of Texas, 2016 presidential candidate[138][140][141]
No image.svg Ray Washburne Dallas-based investor and the vice chairman of the 2016 Trump Victory Committee[138][142]

Secretary of Education

Image Name Description
No image.svg Tony Bennett Former Florida Education Commissioner; former Indiana Superintendent of Public Instruction[48]
No image.svg Kevin Chavous Member of the Council of the District of Columbia from Ward 7[48]
Ben Carson October 2015.jpg Ben Carson former professor at Johns Hopkins University, retired neurosurgeon, presidential candidate in 2016 (endorsed Trump shortly after suspending his own campaign)[124]
Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels.jpg Mitch Daniels President of the Purdue University System; former Governor of Indiana; former Director of the Office of Management and Budget[48]
Betsy DeVos.jpg Green tick Betsy DeVos Former Chair of the Michigan Republican Party[48]
No image.svg Bill Evers Resident Scholar at the Hoover Institution; Senior Advisor to the United States Secretary of Education[38]
No image.svg Jerry Falwell President of Liberty University. Stated he declined an offer to be nominated as Secretary.[143]
Luke Messer, official 114th Congress photo portrait.png Luke Messer U.S. Representative from Indiana's 6th congressional district[48]
No image.svg Eva Moskowitz Founder and CEO of Success Academy Charter Schools[144]
Michelle Rhee.jpg Michelle Rhee Former Chancellor of District of Columbia Public Schools[48]
Commissioner Robinson.jpg Gerald Robinson Former Virginia Education Secretary[48]

Secretary of Veterans Affairs

Image Name Description
Robert A. McDonald Official Portrait.jpg Bob McDonald Incumbent Secretary of Veterans Affairs [145]
ThadAllen.jpg Thad Allen Former Commandant of the Coast Guard[146]
Sbrownofficial.jpg Scott Brown Former U.S. Senator from Massachusetts[147][148][149]
No image.svg Toby Cosgrove CEO of Cleveland Clinic,[150] heart surgeon, Vietnam vet.[102] Offered this role by Barack Obama in 2014, but ultimately turned it down; critic of Obamacare.[151] Reported to have been Trump's second choice after Luis Quinonez, but to have refused the position again.[152]
Tulsi Gabbard, official portrait, 113th Congress.jpg Tulsi Gabbard Democratic U.S. Representative from Hawaii's 2nd congressional district[153]
Women for Lt. Governor Jenean Hampton.jpg Jenean Hampton Lieutenant Governor of Kentucky[154]
Pete Hegseth by Gage Skidmore.jpg Pete Hegseth Former Executive Director of Vets for Freedom, Chief Executive Officer of Concerned Veterans for America, Fox News contributor[67]
Admiral Michelle J. Howard VCNO.jpg Michelle Howard United States Navy admiral, commander of U.S. Naval Forces Europe[155]
MackayLeo.jpg Leo Mackay, Jr. Senior Vice President of Lockheed Martin, former United States Deputy Secretary of Veterans Affairs[156]
Jeff Miller Congress.JPG Jeff Miller Former Chair of the House Veterans' Affairs Committee, Former U.S. Representative from Florida's 1st congressional district[157]
Sarah Palin by Gage Skidmore 2.jpg Sarah Palin 2008 vice presidential nominee; former Governor of Alaska[158][159]
No image.svg Luis Quinonez CEO of IQ Management Services.[150] Reported to have been Trump's first choice, but to have withdrawn his name from consideration for health reasons.[152]
Mitt Romney by Gage Skidmore 7.jpg Mitt Romney Former Governor of Massachusetts and 2012 Republican presidential nominee[160]
SECVA-David-Shulkin-MD.jpg Green tick David Shulkin Current Under Secretary of Veterans Affairs for Health[161]
Allen West, Official Portrait, 112th Congress.jpg Allen West Former U.S. Representative from Florida's 22nd congressional district and Former Lieutenant Colonel in the United States Army.[162]

Secretary of Homeland Security

Image Name Description
Joe Arpaio (27482869280).jpg Joe Arpaio Outgoing Sheriff of Maricopa County[12]
David Clarke by Gage Skidmore.jpg David Clarke Sheriff of Milwaukee County[56]
Rudy Giuliani by Gage Skidmore.jpg Rudy Giuliani former Mayor of New York City, 2008 presidential candidate, former United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, former Associate Attorney General.[124]
John F. Kelly, 2012.jpg Green tick John F. Kelly Retired United States Marine Corps General and the former commander of United States Southern Command[163]
Peter T. King, official portrait, 112th Congress.jpg Pete King U.S. Representative from New York's 2nd congressional district; former Chair of the House Homeland Security Committee[164]
Steve King Official.jpg Steve King U.S. Representative from Iowa's 4th congressional district[165]
Kris Kobach Kansas, Secretary of State (13419571233) (cropped).jpg Kris Kobach Secretary of State of Kansas; former chairman of the Kansas Republican Party[166]
Michael McCaul official photo.jpg Mike McCaul Chair of the House Homeland Security Committee; U.S. Representative from Texas's 10th congressional district[38]
Frances Townsend cropped.JPG Frances Townsend Former United States Homeland Security Advisor[28]

Candidates for Cabinet-level officials

Cabinet-level officials have positions that are considered to be of Cabinet level, but which are not part of the Cabinet. Which exact positions are considered part of the presidential cabinet, can vary with the president. The CIA and FEMA were cabinet-level agencies under Bill Clinton, but not George W. Bush. The head of the Office of National Drug Control Policy (aka the drug czar) was a cabinet-level position under both Bill Clinton and George W. Bush, but not under Barack Obama. (Not to be confused with the head of the DEA, who has remained in the org chart underneath the cabinet position held by the Attorney General.) Designation of an agency as being cabinet-level requires[citation needed] that Congress enact legislation, although executive orders unilaterally created by the president can be used to create many other types of position inside the executive branch.[citation needed] Members of the cabinet proper, as well as cabinet-level officials, meet with the president in a room adjacent to the Oval Office.

Vice President

There were dozens of potential running mates for Trump who received media speculation (including several from New York where Trump himself resides). Trump's eventual pick of Governor Mike Pence of Indiana was officially announced on July 16, 2016 and confirmed by acclamation via parliamentary procedure amongst delegates to the 2016 Republican National Convention on July 19, 2016.

White House Chief of Staff

Image Name Description
Steve Bannon.jpg Steve Bannon CEO of the 2016 presidential campaign of Donald Trump.[167] (Although he was a contender for the role of Chief of Staff, instead Bannon was appointed as White House Chief Strategist on November 13, 2016.)
Newt Gingrich by Gage Skidmore 6.jpg Newt Gingrich[citation needed] Former Speaker of the House from Georgia. (Gingrich has said[citation needed] he does not plan to accept a Cabinet position within the Trump administration, but prefers[citation needed] to be involved with long-term planning efforts.)
Reince Priebus by Gage Skidmore.jpg Green tick Reince Priebus Chair of the Republican National Committee[14][16]

This position does not require confirmation by the Senate.

Director of the Office of Management and Budget

Image Name Description
Tom Coburn official portrait 112th Congress.jpg Tom Coburn Former U.S. Senator from Oklahoma; endorsed Marco Rubio in the primaries and caucuses.[48]
Gary D. Cohn - World Economic Forum Annual Meeting Davos 2010.jpg Gary Cohn President of Goldman Sachs[168] Selected as Director of the National Economic Council.
No image.svg David Malpass President of Encima Global, former Chief Economist of Bear Stearns[67]
Mick Mulvaney, Official Portrait, 113th Congress.jpg Green tick Mick Mulvaney U.S. Representative for South Carolina's 5th congressional district; endorsed Rand Paul during the primaries and caucuses.[67][169]
LindaSpringer-175x211.jpg Linda Springer Former Director of the United States Office of Personnel Management[67]

Ambassador to the United Nations

Image Name Description
Kelly Ayotte, Official Portrait, 112th Congress 2.jpg Kelly Ayotte Former U.S. Senator from New Hampshire[12]
Richard Grenell voting at a UN Security Council meeting.jpg Richard Grenell Former spokesman for the United States Ambassador to the United Nations[12]
Official Photo of SC Governor Nikki Haley.jpg Green tick Nikki Haley Governor of South Carolina

Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency

Image Name Description
No image.svg Carol Comer Commissioner of the Indiana Department of Environmental Management[170]
No image.svg Myron Ebell Chair of the Cooler Heads Coalition; director of the Center for Energy and Environment at the Competitive Enterprise Institute and leading climate change skeptic;[84][171] Member of the Trump presidential transition team.
Robert Grady at the NVCA Annual Meeting.png Robert Grady Venture capitalist and private equity investor,[12] former head of OMB's natural resources, energy, and science unit; aide to Chris Christie and former chair of the New Jersey Investment Council overseeing the state's public employee pension fund for the New Jersey Treasury Department,[61]environmental adviser and speechwriter under George H. W. Bush who helped negotiate the Clean Air Act of 1990[61]
No image.svg Kathleen Hartnett White Director of the energy and environment center at the Texas Public Policy Foundation; former chairwoman of the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality[172]
No image.svg Jeff Holmstead Lawyer for Bracewell LLP; Former Deputy Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency[12]
CynthiaLummis.jpg Cynthia Lummis Outgoing U.S. Representative from Wyoming's at-large congressional district[48]
Scott Pruitt by Gage Skidmore.jpg Green tick Scott Pruitt Attorney General of Oklahoma[48]
Leslie Rutledge by Gage Skidmore.jpg Leslie Rutledge Attorney General of Arkansas[48]
No image.svg Donald van der Vaart Secretary of the North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality[172]

United States Trade Representative

Image Name Description
No image.svg Wayne Berman Senior executive at the Blackstone Group[173]
Rep. Charles Boustany.jpg Charles Boustany Former U.S. Representative from Louisiana, candidate (lost during the jungle primary) for U.S. Senator from Louisiana in 2016[174]
Jovita Carranza Photo.jpg Jovita Carranza Former Deputy Administrator of the Small Business Administration[175]
No image.svg Dan DiMicco Former CEO of steel producer Nucor[170]
Robert Lighthizer official Transition portrait.jpg Green tick Robert Lighthizer Former Deputy U.S. Trade Representative[173] under Reagan, lawyer at Skadden Arps; is a leading contender for the role according to anonymous transition team sources.[176] Supported pro-tariff portion of Trump's trade policies in 2011, citing pre-WWII history of the Republicans.[177]
David H. McCormick.jpg David McCormick President of Bridgewater Associates[173]

Director of National Intelligence

Image Name Description
LTG BURGESS.jpg Ronald Burgess Retired United States Army Lieutenant General and former Director of the Defense Intelligence Agency
Robert cardillo.jpg Robert Cardillo Director of the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency
Dan Coats, official portrait, 112th Congress.jpg Green tick Dan Coats Former U.S. Senator from Indiana and member of the Senate Intelligence Committee
Carly Fiorina by Gage Skidmore 3.jpg Carly Fiorina Former CEO of Hewlett-Packard and 2016 presidential candidate
Pete Hoekstra, official portrait, 111th Congress.jpg Peter Hoekstra Former Chair of the House Intelligence Committee
DCIA David Petraeus.jpg David Petraeus Former Director of the Central Intelligence Agency under Obama, and retired four-star General of the U.S. Army.[180] Was also considered for Secretary of Defense[55] and for Secretary of State.
Admiral Michael S. Rogers, USN.jpg Michael S. Rogers A U.S. Navy admiral, commander of U.S. Cyber Command, director of the National Security Agency, and chief of the Central Security Service.
Frances Townsend cropped.JPG Frances Townsend Former United States Homeland Security Advisor[12]

Administrator of the Small Business Administration

Image Name Description
No image.svg Mary Anne Bradfield Former assistant deputy administrator of the Small Business Administration; head of Donald Trump's SBA transition team
SteveChabot.jpg Steve Chabot Chair of the House Small Business Committee, U.S. Representative from Ohio's 1st congressional district
No image.svg Bruce Levell Co-founder of the National Diversity Coalition for Trump
Linda McMahon Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 2.0 Generic.jpg Green tick Linda McMahon Former World Wrestling Entertainment CEO, 2010 and 2012 Republican nominee for U.S. Senator from Connecticut
Dr. Parmis Khatibi & Chairwoman of Women's Lead PAC Christine Toretti .jpg Christine Toretti Chairman and CEO of S.W. Jack Drilling Company

Removal of the Chair of the Council of Economic Advisers

On February 8, 2017 President Trump outlined the 24 members of the Cabinet with the Chair of the Council of Economic Advisers excluded.[185][186] In addition to the chair, there are two other members of the council (also appointed by the president), as well as a staff of economists, researchers, and statisticians.

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