Amazing. Donald Trump was elected to be the 45th president 21 days ago. Three weeks. He won’t take the oath of office for 53 days. Yet he’s already done more to make things better, more positive for all Americans than that worthless poser has in eight years. Sure, the jobs he saved at the Ford plant in Kentucky and the Carrier jobs may not make a big difference overall, but I can tell you he’s given an awful lot of Americans something they’ve not had for 8 years…hope. Real hope, not a convoluted catch phrase.
Good News: Trump Team And United Technologies Reach Agreement To Keep 1000 Carrier Jobs In Indiana
[CtH: I’m thinking Trump has saved more jobs before taking office than Obama did in 8 years.]
I could have done this also! I just didn’t want to.
SOON, WE WON’T HAVE TO PUT UP WITH THIS SHIT
Feds cut $167 million in domestic programs to house, feed illegals for just 1 month
The Department of Health and Human Services is raiding several of its accounts, including money for Medicare, the Ryan White AIDS/HIV program and those for cancer and flu research to cover a shortfall in housing illegal youths pouring over the border at a rate of 255 a day.
HHS is trying to come up with $167 million to fund the Office of Refugee Resettlement that is accepting the youths, according to the Center for Immigration Studies.
Gross: Obama Sending Two Top Officials To Fidel Castro’s Funeral
SURPRISED? SHOULDN’T BE.
President Obama will not send an official delegation to the funeral of Cuban revolutionary leader Fidel Castro, but two Obama administration officials will attend and represent the United States, the White House said Tuesday.
Attending the funeral will be Deputy National Security Adviser Ben Rhodes and Ambassador Jeffrey DeLaurentis, the chief U.S. diplomat in Havana.
Vice President: Indiana Governor Mike Pence
Chief of Staff: RNC Chairman Reince Priebus
Chief White House Strategist: Trump Campaign CEO Steve Bannon
Attorney General: Alabama Senator Jeff Sessions
Housing and Urban Development Secretary: Dr. Ben Carson
Health and Human Services Secretary: Georgia Congressman Tom Price
Transportation Secretary: Former Labor Secretary for George W. Bush Elaine Chow
Education Secretary: Betsy DeVos
Steve Mnuchin picked by Trump to head Treasury Department
Donald Trump will nominate Steve Mnuchin, who has ties to both Wall Street and Hollywood, to be treasury secretary, according to a report Tuesday.
The 53-year-old, who also served as finance director for the presidential campaign, was at Trump Tower on Tuesday to meet with the transition team.
The New York Times reported Tuesday evening that he would be the Treasury pick — sparking an angry reaction from Democrats, who said his ties to Wall Street were a betrayal of Mr. Trump’s campaign promises.
“So much for draining the swamp,” said Democratic National Committee spokesman Adam Hodge. “Nominating Steve Mnuchin to be Treasury Secretary — a billionaire hedge fund manager and Goldman Sachs alumnus who preyed on homeowners struggling during the recession — is a slap in the face to voters who hoped he would shake up Washington.”
GOLDMAN SACHS WAS ALSO HILLARY’S BIGGEST CONTRIBUTOR.
MNUCHIN WILL BE TASKED WITH A CORPORATE TAX REDUCTION PLAN TO BRINGS JOBS AND CAPITAL BACK TO THE STATES.