President-elect Donald Trump's White House has grown by two people. Meet Trump's new deputy national security adviser, KT McFarland, and his new White House counsel, Don McGahn.
McFarland worked in the Defense Department during the Nixon, Ford and Reagan administrations. She's better known these days as a national security analyst on Fox News.
And Trump's new White House counsel is a lawyer and a former chair of the Federal Election Commission. McGahn served as a legal adviser to Trump during his presidential campaign.
Trump's team notes McGahn specializes in government ethics, which could be useful for untangling the potential conflicts between Trump's sprawling business interests and his administration.
Neither of these appointments require confirmation by the Senate.