Donald Trump recently announced the appointment of Kathleen “KT” McFarland as deputy national security adviser, and Donald McGahn as White House Counsel.
What many are waiting for- his Secretary of State pick, which seems to be torn between two candidates.
President-elect Donald Trump and his transition team on Friday are expected to turn their attention back to building out his Cabinet as controversy and speculation over his secretary of state pick continues.
Republicans have been locked in a public battle over whether onetime Trump critic Gov. Mitt Romney or former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani should be nominated for the position.
The secretary of state, which must be confirmed by the Senate, is the president’s chief foreign affairs adviser and is tasked with carrying out the president’s foreign policies through the State Department.
Trump spokeswoman Kellyanne Conway went on Twitter Thursday and seemed to state an argument against the placement of Romney in Trump’s Cabinet. Romney vehemently opposed Trump's nomination early in the campaign, assailing the billionaire as a "phony."
Will Trump’s team welcome Romney or Giuliani as the new Secretary of State? Or will he opt for a third person?
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