Category: Donald Trump

Newt Gingrich Describes The Job He Wants From Donald Trump

Newt Gingrich on Thursday described the role he would like to play for the Trump administration — but says he would like to do it from outside the government. “My goal is to be senior planner looking at the totality of the federal government and thinking through how to redesign it,” the former Republican House Speaker said on a conference call organized by the law firm Dentons that The Daily Caller listened in on. “And to do that,” Gingrich said, “really as an outsider, because I think it’s virtually impossible to be in the government and maintain the strategic focus you...

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Trump administration short-list leaked to press

(WASHINGTON, DC) Donald Trump is contemplating naming a number of recognizable players from the 2016 campaign to serve in senior White House roles, according to an internal transition document. President-elect Donald Trump will take office on January 20th 2017. There are 4000 positions the Trump campaign is currently attempting to fill. Pro-Trump supporters are filing applications for low level positions in administration. Former Breitbart News executive chairman Stephen K. Bannon is in running for Chief of Staff position. Kellyanne Conway is being considered for Assistant to the President and Press Secretary. The list was provided by a member of...

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Pence To Lead Transition Team; Christie, Giuliani and Flynn Named Vice-Chairs

Vice President-elect Mike Pence will lead President-elect Donald Trump’s transition team, replacing New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, sources familiar with the transition efforts confirmed Friday to The Daily Caller News Foundation. Trump reportedly told advisers  that he wanted Mr. Pence’s “Washington experience and contacts” to help move the process along, according to the New York Times. Gov. Christie, former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani, and retired Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn will serve as vice chairs of the transition, the Times is reporting. The former Indiana Governor also served in Congress, representing the Hoosier state from 2001 until 2013. Pence quickly...

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Trump Is President: Now What?

On November 9, Americans woke up to the announcement that they have narrowly avoided the apparent worst-case scenario, i.e. a Hillary Clinton presidency. Most researchers and activists of good will were happy if not outright ecstatic that the wicked witch of the West was finally gone, hopefully for good. Others simply acknowledged that a change in power would take place in January, 2017 but argue that there will be no discernible difference between a Trump administration and the Obama administration just as the Bush-Obama years were those of a seamless transition. But while we may take some temporary relief...

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