Trump close to building out senior White House team
By Patar Nelson Toruan
US News Update 2016 - After The White House Cabinet, The President-elect, Donald Trump, and his inner-circle are now focusing on senior staff ,as the rival factions and the West Wing's real estate.
Trump has named The White House aides, led by incoming Chief of White House Staff, Reince Priebus, and Steve Bannon, Chief Strategist. The structure of White House has increased in a couple of days after the President-elect quickly pressed a filling process of his team, according to the close and an internal of the transition team.
The policy adviser and Trump's Chief of Speechwriter, Stephen Miller, would be expected to be a senior policy adviser. And A former chief of Sen. Staff, Rick Dearborn, appointed as the executive director of presidential transition team with Jeff Sessions widely expected to lead the Legislative Affairs, will help Trump's agenda during Congress. A George W Bush White House veteran, George Gigicos, appointed to be The White House advance Director.
No final decisions before the president-elect directly announced and a Trump White House administrations might not be the same as the previous ones, Trump's transition team cautioned. They said that some of the titles would be serving as the president's assistant or a Senior Adviser and might be a Deputy Chief of communication.
Kellyanne Conway more considered to get into the administration after she declined the post of press secretary a week ago. It's futile, I had a private discussion with Trump about my future career on Monday. Others want to attach a title to accept and placing me in the West Wing, Conway said.
Meanwhile, the chief Strategist and Communication Director of Republican National Committee, Sean Spicer, picked to serve as a press secretary and the Administration head of the briefing room. The Trump's Campaign Manager, Corey Lewandowski, has yet-undetermined title, but Trump still considering
If Lewandowski, Bannon, Priebus and Conway housed inside of the West Wing, It would appear the power center competing to all within the Oval Office but not included to Mike Pence, the vice president-elect, that expected to use the significant authorities of new administrations.
Or one of the president-elect's most trusted counselors, Trump's son-in-law, Jared Kushner. Jared likes to hear a lot of different opinions from smart people. He's talking to many folks and asking, What do you think of it ? Priebus said on CBS earlier this month