At the 200-day mark, Trump is still behind on nominations

Aug 7, 2017
President Trump has been in office for 200 days, and is far behind on nominees, including key positions that would give businesses clarity on patient policies.
President Donald Trump walks off the stage after his campaign rally at the Big Sandy Superstore Arena on August 3 in Huntington, West Virginia. 
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How diverse is Trump's cabinet compared to previous administrations'?

Feb 8, 2017
The president would have more white males on his staff than Obama, George W. Bush and Clinton.
Rex Tillerson at his confirmation hearing for secretary of state. 
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Can the government be run like a business?

Jan 24, 2017
Now that Donald Trump, businessman, is Donald Trump, President of the United States, he’s in a position to make things happen. And one of the things he talked about while he was campaigning was making government run like a business. In other words, walking away from negotiations, always getting the best deal, negotiating the lowest […]

Trump moving fast on first workday of GOP government

Jan 23, 2017
But Washington is more tortoise than hare. already has a new list of issues

Jan 20, 2017
Mentions of climate change have been scrubbed.
U.S. President Donald Trump waves to supporters as he walks the parade route with first lady Melania Trump and son Barron Trump past the main reviewing stand in front of the White House during the Inaugural Parade on January 20, 2017 in Washington, DC. Donald J. Trump was sworn in today as the 45th president of the United States. 

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Betsy DeVos, Trump’s education nominee, is in the hot seat

Jan 17, 2017
She's a billionaire and school voucher activist.

Key economic policy positions could remain unfilled after inauguration day

Jan 11, 2017
Positions that support Commerce and Labor still need filling.

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Trump’s plan to end conflicts raises questions

Jan 11, 2017
Assets will be transferred to a trust, overseen by his sons
President-elect Donald Trump speaks at a news cenference at Trump Tower on January 11, 2017 in New York City. 
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Trumps picks need strong vetting, Democrats say

Dec 27, 2016
Senators are asking for tax returns and financial disclosures.
Key cabinet nominees, top row, from left: Rex Tillerson, secretary of state; Tom Price, health secretary; and Rick Perry, energy secretary. Second row: Betsy DeVos, education secretary; Wilbur Ross, commerce secretary; and Steven Mnuchin, treasury secretary.
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Can spending hikes and deficit reductions coexist?

Dec 19, 2016
President-elect Donald Trump’s nominee for director of the Office of Management and Budget is House Representative Mick Mulvaney from South Carolina. He’s a deficit hawk who came into office with many other Tea Party candidates back in 2010. He has a long history of budget cutting, even embracing the term “shutdown caucus” because of his willingness […]
President-elect Trump's nominee for director of the Office of Management and Budget is House Representative Mick Mulvaney from South Carolina.