President Trump: What’s next?

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President Trump: What’s next?

Rochelle Morelli

Rochelle Morelli

Rochelle Morelli

Eric Ostrowski

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President Trump has officially won the election, and preparations are being made for his inauguration. Trump has already chosen the majority of his Presidential Cabinet, and most of the nominees are retired business people or military personnel. Trump’s cabinet picks are as follows:

 

Rex Tillerson

Secretary of State

CEO, ExxonMobil

Rick Perry

Secretary of Energy

Former Texas governor; former Texas agriculture commissioner, two-time presidential candidate

Ryan Zinke

Secretary of Interior

U.S. representative, Montana; member of House Natural Resources Committee; former Navy SEAL

James Mattis

Secretary of Defense

Retired Marine general; former commander of U.S. Central Command

Steven Mnuchin

Secretary of Treasury

Trump campaign finance chairman; former Goldman Sachs partner; Hollywood producer

Jeff Sessions

Attorney General

U.S. senator, Alabama

Ben Carson

Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, Former director of pediatric neurosurgery at Johns Hopkins Hospital; 2016 candidate for president

Wilbur Ross

Secretary of Commerce

Investor; former banker

Betsy DeVos

Secretary of Education

Charter school advocate; philanthropist; Republican donor

Elaine Chao

Secretary of Transportation

Former Labor secretary

Andrew Puzder

Secretary of Labor

CEO, CKE Restaurants Inc.

John Kelly

Secretary of Homeland Security

Retired Marine general; former commander of U.S. Southern Command

Trump’s main goals during his presidency are to create jobs, grow our economy, secure our borders, and lower the crime and murder rates. He wants to develop the urban areas of our country. Also, he wants to restore relations with Russia if possible, and defeat ISIS.
Many people are still upset with the outcome of the election and are trying to fight it, even though the results have been confirmed and accepted. Trump’s inauguration date is January 20th. Heavy security will surround Washington D.C. due to protest and riot concerns.

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