Donald Trump's America

After a shocking victory against Hillary Clinton in the 2016 Presidential Election, Donald Trump has said he wants to focus on uniting the country and moving forward in a positive way. He also wants to focus on a variety of big issues, including the economy, immigration reform, and financial regulations. It will be a big task, but The Donald won’t do it alone; here’s who he might appoint to help him run the country as part of his cabinet.

Trump’s Adviser

BBC reports that Stephen Bannon will be a chief strategist for the Trump administration. Bannon is the CEO of Breitbart News, a right-wing news outlet that operates online. As the White House’s chief strategist, he may be in a position to influence Trump directly. Snopes.com also mentions that Breitbart has shifted recently to project the beliefs of the Alt-Right, a political movement that believes white identity is under attack and must be protected.

Trump’s Secretary Of State

According to MarketWatch, Senate Foreign Relations Committee Chair Bob Corker (R-Tennessee) is in the running for this powerful position.

Newt Gingrich has also expressed interest in this position. Whoever Trump chooses, it’s likely to be someone who will support his mission to “drain the swamp” and remove special interests from Washington.

Trump’s endorsement

Get your tissues ready, and prepare the nostalgic 2008 vote buttons. A very familiar face may be coming to a government building near you.

Word is that Sarah Palin, the former governor of Alaska and poster child for soccer moms everywhere, might be on deck to be part of the Donald’s inner circle. Palin endorsed Trump in January 2016 at the beginning of his campaign for the presidency.

Eight is the loneliest number

The New York Times pointed out that Trump will likely get to fill the gap in the Supreme Court left by the death of Justice Antonin Scalia.

While there aren’t any confirmations just yet, some are waiting with baited breath to see whether the new Senate will confirm Obama’s selection of Merrick Garland for this vacancy. Some had previously expressed frustration over the fact that the Senate was refusing to either confirm or deny Garland’s appointment.

Now that the presidency will be changing hands, Trump can make a new appointment to the Supreme Court if he chooses to do so.

Attorney General Noms?

USA Today dug up some rumors that Rudy Giuliani might be on tap for the position of Attorney General. The former New York City mayor was highly praised for his handling of the 9/11 terror attacks and the way he unified New York afterwards.

Could he be next in line to succeed Eric Holder?

How do you feel about the possible picks for the Trump administration? Are there any names you want to see added or changed on the list of Donald's cabinet members?

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