Steve Bannon, former White House strategist as chief of staff, Stephen Miller as attorney general, and Jared Kushner as secretary of state: Axios publishes the first reference to a possible future Trump administration, citing sources close to the businessman. Prerequisites Will be demonstrated loyalty and commitment to expanding the boundaries of law and governance.
In the running for vice president will be Congressman J.D
Vance, author of “Hillbilly Elegy” and leading proponent of Trump’s MAGA movement, is former White House spokesman and now Arkansas Governor Sarah Huckabee Sanders, Arizona Senate candidate Carrie Lake (who denies the 2020 election result) and South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem.
But the former first lady will insist on former Fox News anchor Tucker Carlson, even if according to Trump’s entourage he would never choose someone who could accompany him. It is possible that Miller will become justice minister or have a ministerial-level role in shaping immigration policy in his second term, as he did as a behind-the-scenes advisor in his first term. Former Pentagon adviser Kash Patel, who distinguished himself in Trump’s fight against the intelligence community, will be considered for a national security role, perhaps even leading the CIA.
Running for the Pentagon post is Senator Tom Cotton, a former infantry officer who wrote an op-ed in The New York Times supporting the use of the Insurrection Act to deploy the military against civil unrest. Also among the candidates is former Rep. Lee Zeldin, a former paratrooper who was deployed to Iraq. Trump’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner, a former presidential adviser in the businessman’s first term, has so far distanced himself from his father-in-law’s campaign, but he may return to the White House as chief of diplomacy, while maintaining his focus on the issue. The Middle East.
Reproduction © Copyright ANSA
“Reader. Travel maven. Student. Passionate tv junkie. Internet ninja. Twitter advocate. Web nerd. Bacon buff.”