BREAKING: President-Elect Trump Just Chose His Cabinet Members And You GOTTA SEE Who He Picked

Rumors are swirling out there on who will be in Donald Trump’s cabinet. I have been watching it and I have pieced together some of it I believe. Governor Chris Christie will surely get some sort of position, as he is a suggested pick for several different positions, ranging from Attorney General, to Secretary of Commerce, to Secretary of Homeland Security. Trump values loyalty and Christie sacrificed everything for his long-time friend. Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus is the only name listed for chief of staff, so he will get that spot. It is rumored that Roger Stone will take over the reins of the GOP.

EEOC Commissioner Victoria Lipnic is listed for secretary of labor. Rep. Jeff Miller as veterans affairs administrator, Sen. Donald McGahn, who has served as counsel to Trump’s campaign, may be White House counsel. Donald Trump Jr. could be Secretary of the Interior, but that spot is also rumored to go to Sarah Palin and possibly Rick Perry. Attorney General could go to Rudy Giuliani (primary pick), Chris Christie, Pam Bondi or Trey Gowdy. Secretary of Defense could be Jeff Sessions… but he is also being looked at to head up DHS or as director of the Office of Management and Budget.

From Subject: Politics:


Now that Trump will be the next President, it looks like he is already off and running.

CBS is reporting Trump’s probable cabinet selections, and his decisions will make you PROUD to be on the Trump Train! (See List Below)

Trump has been considering many people, but this is very likely his final decisions and he is leaking it so he can get feedback. Check it out…

Ben Carson is a potential Secretary of Education or Secretary of Health and Human Services. But so is Newt Gingrich and Gov. Rick Scott. Rather than go on and on, let me give you a partial list, so you can take a gander. Some of those I have listed above are not on this list (insiders in the beltway provided the names):

Attorney General:

Gov. Chris Christie

Attorney General Pam Bondi

Sen. Jeff Sessions

Former Mayor Rudy Giuliani

Secretary of Commerce:

Gov. Chris Christie

Former Nucor CEO Dan DiMicco

Businessman Lew Eisenberg

Former Gov. Mike Huckabee

Sen. David Purdue

Former Sen. Jim Talent

Agriculture Secretary:

Gov. Sam Brownback

National Council of Farmer Cooperatives CEO Chuck Conner

Gov. Dave Heineman

Texas Agricultural Commissioner Sid Miller

Former Georgia Gov. Sonny Perdue

Secretary of Education:

Ben Carson

Hoover Institution fellow William Evers

Secretary of Energy:

Venture Capitalist Robert Grady

Businessman Harold Hamm

Secretary of Health and Human Services:

Former New Jersey state Sen. Rich Bagger

Ben Carson

Newt Gingrich

Gov. Rick Scott

Secretary of Homeland Security:

Gov. Chris Christie

Sheriff David Clarke

Secretary of the Interior:

Gov. Jan Brewer

Gov. Mary Fallin



Oil Executive Forrest Lucas

Rep. Cynthia Lummis

Former Gov. Sarah Palin

Secretary of Defense:

Former Gen. Mike Flynn

Stephen Hadley

Rep. Duncan Hunter Jr.

Jeff Sessions

Former Sen. Jim Talent

Secretary of State:

John Bolton

Sen. Bob Corker

Newt Gingrich

Treasury Secretary:

Rep. Jeb Hensarling

Businessman Carl Icahn

Banker Steven Mnuchin

Chief of Staff:

Reince Priebus

Director of Office of Management and Budget:

Jeff Sessions

Secretary of Labor:

EEOC Commissioner Victoria Lipnic

Veterans Affairs:

Rep. Jeff Miller

White House Counsel:

Donald McGahn

I’ll add one more to that Chief of Staff even though they say it will be Priebus… Steve Bannon’s name has come up on that position. What do you think of the choices? I find them very interesting.


A Tea Party activist who worked on four National bus Tours and created Mega Rallies across the country. She has worked with conservative stars like Sarah Palin, Sheriff Joe Arpaio, Andrew Breitbart and others.

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