Trump Cabinet

Trump Cabinet

Trump Cabinet is populated by people who, to some degree, share his political views. Will it remain so? Read all about it.

How to Remove Trump?


How to remove Trump? Is Trump on the way to being effectively removed from the presidency? Or is really a question now WHEN, not HOW? […]

Trump’s First Address to Nation


Trump’s first address to nation was from Fort Myer in Virginia. In his first address to nation President spoke about war in Afghanistan and Iraq and he criticized one big ally. […]

Trump’s Deregulation Teams


Trump’s deregulation teams are formed to dismantle government regulations and most of them are formed from people with deep industry ties. Who are this people? […]

Misleading Statements on Russia Meeting


Misleading statements on Russia meeting at Trump Tower has already increased Trump’s exposure to criminal prosecution or impeachment. Is President Trump may be lying to his team of lawyers like former President Clinton? […]

Why not Impeach Trump?


Why not impeach Trump? To impeach the President Trump, a majority of the House and a 2/3 majority of the Senate is required. […]

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Trump Congress Speech

Read 45th President Donald Trump congress speech to joint session of the United States Congress, on Tuesday, February 28, 2017. […]


Trump CEO President

Does Trump’s experience running a large company equips him to effectively manage a nation? Virtually every U.S. president, ranging from the great to the inconsequential and even the disastrous, have emerged from one of two groups: career politicians or generals. So why not a Trump CEO president? […]


Michael Flynn Resigns

Michael Flynn resigns as National Security Advisor to Donald Trump administration at the request of President Donald Trump. Why did he resign? […]


President Trump’s Biggest Conflict of Interest

Deutsche Bank remains President Trump’s biggest conflict of interest despite settlements. Why Deutsche Bank having lent billions to the president since the late 1990s even as other American banks abandoned Donald Trump? […]


Trump Inauguration

Trump inauguration as the 45th president of the United States began at 12 am in Washington when he took the oath of office and was sworn in on Bible. […]


Trump Inauguration Speech

Read Trump inauguration speech which he give in United States Capitol after oath he took as the 45th President of the United States of America. […]

Jared Kushner

Will Trump’s Rich Appointees Pay Taxes?

Will Trump’s rich appointees pay taxes? There are times when two seemingly unrelated tax policies intersect to create windfalls for fortunate people who are in the right place at the right time. Among those who stand to benefit but haven’t been identified until now is Donald Trump’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner, even though he’s not taking a formal government job. […]


Donald Trump Conflict with Spy Agencies

Former intelligence official: Donald Trump conflict with spy agencies creates ‘Dangerous moment’. How important it is for the president to have confidence in the information and analysis that he is getting from the intelligence community? […]


Trump’s Corporate Cabinet

Trump’s Corporate Cabinet draw more deeply from an extremist faction of the corporate class and we are witnessing the wholesale corporate takeover of the American government. […]


Who is Betsy DeVos?

Who is Betsy DeVos? How education policies might be influenced based on these past actions of Betsy DeVos? What can we learn from Betsy DeVos? […]


Trump’s “Shadow Cabinet” of Advisers

Donald Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner will be named a senior adviser in the administration, an announcement that brought new scrutiny to the potential conflicts of interest among Trump’s so-called “shadow” officials. […]


Trump Cabinet Choice

Donald Trump Cabinet choice of staff and members gives us insight into the shape of his policies for the next four years. […]