Being president of the United States is a big job. Here's a look at some of the people who will help Donald Trump lead the nation.
Blackwater Founder Linked To Trump-Putin 'Back-Channel' EffortBy Lauren Stephenson | April 3, 2017
Blackwater founder Erik Prince met with an unnamed Russian close to President Vladimir Putin, according to The Washington Post.
Twitter Users Notice Trump Took Days To Secure @POTUS Twitter AccountBy Grant Suneson | January 26, 2017
Nearly a week into President Trump's administration, @POTUS was linked to a gmail account, which could have made it vulnerable.
Trump Targets Obamacare With His First Executive OrderBy Grant Suneson | January 21, 2017
Donald Trump signed an executive order that aims to minimize the impact of the Affordable Care Act.
Trump Wants Net Neutrality Critic To Head The FCCBy Matt Picht | January 20, 2017
The president will reportedly tap Ajit Pai, an FCC commissioner and opponent of net neutrality regulations, to lead the agency.
First Petitions To Trump's White House Are All About Trump's FinancesBy Matt Picht | January 20, 2017
The first two petitions on President Trump's official petition site asked him to release his tax returns and divest of his businesses.
Trump's Pick For Treasury Secretary Faces Tough Questions In SenateBy Ethan Weston | January 19, 2017
Senate Democrats had some questions about Steven Mnuchin's involvement in the 2008 financial crisis. Republicans were a bit more welcoming.
Democrats Leave DeVos Hearing With More Questions Than AnswersBy Grant Suneson | January 17, 2017
Democrats wanted to ask Betsy DeVos further questions about her fortune, her past statements about schools and her lack of experience.
Trump Appointee Denies Writing Laws To Help Companies He Has Stock InBy Grant Suneson | January 17, 2017
Sen. Chuck Schumer called for an investigation into Tom Price's finances after his investments came to light.
Trump's Transition Approval Rating Is Historically LowBy Eugene Daniels | January 13, 2017
His transition approval rating has gone down 4 percentage points in the past month.
Steve Harvey Offers To Help The Trump Administration With Inner CitiesBy Grant Suneson | January 13, 2017
The comedian and TV host said he was inspired by President Obama to reach out and have a conversation.
Trump's DOJ Pick Backs Off Muslim Ban And WaterboardingBy Matt Picht | January 10, 2017
While testifying under oath, Sen. Jeff Sessions — Donald Trump's attorney general pick — disavowed both waterboarding and a ban on Muslim immigration.
Trump's Justice Dept. Pick Would Recuse Himself From Any Clinton ProbeBy Eugene Daniels | January 10, 2017
Sen. Jeff Sessions made the promise during his confirmation hearing for attorney general.
President-Elect Trump Names Son-In-Law To Senior Adviser RoleBy Lauren Stephenson | January 9, 2017
Jared Kushner, who is married to Ivanka Trump, will serve as President-elect Donald Trump's senior adviser.
Cabinet Picks Are Being Coached On How To Survive Senate HearingsBy Ryan Biek | January 8, 2017
Donald Trump's Cabinet nominees were reportedly put through mock hearings over the weekend.
Trump National Security Pick Plagiarized About 50 Sections Of Her BookBy Ethan Weston | January 7, 2017
CNN's KFile reviewed conservative author Monica Crowley's 2012 book "What the (Bleep) Just Happened?" and found she plagiarized sections.
Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin Gives Trump's EPA Pick A Thumbs UpBy Matt Picht | January 5, 2017
Sen. Joe Manchin isn't bothered by Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt's legal battles against the agency he's been tapped to head.
Trump's Reported Intelligence Director Pick Isn't Welcome In RussiaBy Grant Suneson | January 5, 2017
Dan Coats, who is expected to be the next intelligence director, went after high-level Russian figures and ended up banned from Russia.
New White House Press Secretary Says He Doesn't Tame Trump's TweetsBy Jamal Andress | January 5, 2017
But incoming White House press secretary Sean Spicer did say he checks Trump's Twitter feed often because it frequently "drives the news."
Republicans Propose A Constitutional Amendment For Term LimitsBy Ryan Biek | January 4, 2017
Sen. Ted Cruz and Rep. Ron DeSantis have proposed a three-term limit for representatives and a two-term limit for senators.
Trump's Pick For Communications Director Doesn't Want The JobBy Grant Suneson | December 25, 2016
Jason Miller helped Donald Trump get to the White House, but he won't be joining him there.
Trump Wants A Boeing Alternative To Lockheed Martin's F-35By Matt Picht | December 22, 2016
The president-elect tweeted he asked Boeing to draw up the price for an F/A-18 equivalent to Lockheed Martin's F-35.
Trump Taps Investor Carl Icahn As Special AdviserBy Lauren Stephenson | December 21, 2016
Icahn will advise the president-elect on regulatory reform.
Trump's Cabinet Faces More Conflict-Of-Interest Scrutiny Than He DoesBy Kate Grumke | December 21, 2016
The Cabinet members will have a harder time getting away with conflicts of interest than the president-elect.
Trump's Cabinet Might Not Be Good For Climate ChangeBy Karen Rodriguez | December 20, 2016
The Environmental Protection Agency isn't the only department that deals with climate change.
Trump Picks A Member Of The 'Shutdown Caucus' As His Budget DirectorBy Ethan Weston | December 17, 2016
In the past, U.S. Rep. Mick Mulvaney said he'd rather let the government shut down than pass a measure to raise the debt ceiling.
Trump's Cabinet Picks Are Wealthier Than The Bottom Third Of AmericansBy Kate Grumke, Matt Picht | December 15, 2016
Donald Trump's Cabinet nominations are worth more than $14.5 billion combined.
Trump Picks Former Texas Gov. Rick Perry To Head Department Of EnergyBy Briana Koeneman | December 14, 2016
President-elect Donald Trump chose Perry over West Virginia Sen. Joe Manchin and Texas businessman Ray Washburne for the spot.
Trump's National Security Adviser Shares Disdain For CIABy Jake Jones | December 13, 2016
Michael Flynn, who will be filtering intelligence information before it gets to Donald Trump, isn't on great terms with the intelligence community.
Trump Appoints Exxon Mobil CEO Rex Tillerson As Secretary Of StateBy Grant Suneson | December 13, 2016
Tillerson has no government or diplomatic experience, but he has a lot to gain from changes to State Department policy.
Trump Taps Gen. John Kelly To Head Department Of Homeland SecurityBy Briana Koeneman | December 12, 2016
Kelly was the head of the U.S. Southern Command, where he managed military operations in South and Central America.
Trump Says He Doesn't Really Need Daily Intelligence BriefingsBy Ethan Weston | December 11, 2016
Trump has been getting a lot of flak for not getting daily intelligence briefings, but he says they're not necessary.
Trump's Pick For Environmental Protection Has Ties To Oil LobbyistsBy Jake Godin | December 8, 2016
As Oklahoma's attorney general, Scott Pruitt was caught letting lobbyists for an oil company write letters under his name.
Trump's Choice To Lead EPA Has A History With The AgencyBy Jake Jones | December 7, 2016
He's called EPA regulations "coercion" and has fought to slow down the move away from fossil fuels.
Trump's Pick For Ambassador To China Already Has A Head StartBy Lauren Stephenson | December 7, 2016
Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad is friends with Chinese President Xi Jinping.
Trump Chooses Former WWE CEO As Head Of Small Business AdministrationBy Ethan Weston | December 7, 2016
Linda McMahon and President-elect Donald Trump have had a long friendship.
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