Monday, September 4, 2017

President Trump Just Announced Dozens of White House Appointments -- Here's the Full List

President Trump announced more than three dozen appointments Friday night for key administration positions.
The president intends to nominate Richard Grenell to serve as the next U.S. ambassador to Germany. Grenell served in former President George W. Bush’s administration as a spokesman for the U.S. mission to the United Nations.
“For nearly two decades, he has served as the primary communications adviser for public officials at the local, state, Federal, and international levels, as well as for a Fortune 200 ranked company,” the White House statement said. “Mr. Grenell is the longest serving United States spokesman at the United Nations (2001-2008) having served four United States Ambassadors.”
Rep. Tom Marino (R-PA)
Rep. Tom Marino was also chosen to lead the Office of National Drug Control Policy. Marino, a former county prosecutor, worked to help expand access to treatment for people with opioid addiction. Marino’s nomination will lead to a special election in Pennsylvania.
The president also tapped Oklahoma Rep. Jim Bridenstine to head NASA, which is already causing controversy on both sides of the political aisle. Republican Sen. Marco Rubio and Democratic Sen. Bill Nelson, both of Florida, say a politician should not have the lead role in the country’s space program.
See the full list of nominees and read the rest of the story HERE.

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