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Trump Cabinet Nominations

Click on a Cabinet Nominee's name below to see their stances on the issues,
Click on the Cabinet Nominee's title for the cabinet agency's home page, or click on an agency name for its home page.

Cabinet departments are arranged by the presidential order of succession. The 2017 office-holders for succession to the presidency are:
  1. Vice President Mike Pence
  2. Speaker of the House Paul Ryan
  3. President Pro-Tem of the Senate Orrin Hatch

After those three Constitutionally-defined successors, Cabinet officers comprise the line of succession, in the order in which each department was defined in the Constitution or created by ater presidents. That order is shown below (in other words, the Secretary of State is 4th in the line of succession to the presidency; the Secretary of the Treasury is 5th, and so on).


  

Rex Tillerson (2017 Trump nominee)
UN Ambassador: Nikki Haley (2017 Trump nominee)
Ambassador to China: Terry Branstad (2017 Trump nominee)
John Kerry (Outgoing Obama appointee)
(Secretary of State )  
2017 Budget: $29.6 billion; 2018 Trump proposal: $10.9 billion decrease; 2013 Budget: $59.5 billion; 2007 Budget: $35.1 billion; 2001 Budget: $21.9 billion

    Handles foreign policy and sends out foreign service officers.
  • Runs U.S. embassies, to assist U.S. travelers abroad.
  • Also runs USIA, the US Information Agency, to disseminate information abroad.
  • Hillary Clinton Secretary of State in Pres. Obama's first term (2009-2013)
  • Condoleezza Rice served as Secretary of State in Pres. Bush's second term (2005-2009)
    Secretary Rice authored No Higher Honor
  • Colin Powell served as Secretary of State in Pres. Bush's first term (2001-2005)
    General Powell authored My American Journey

Steve Mnuchin (2017 Trump nominee)
Jack Lew (Outgoing Obama appointee)
(Treasury Secretary)  
2017 Budget: $622 billion including $346 billion interest on national debt, and $62 billion for EITC; 2018 Trump proposal: $519 million decrease; 2013 Budget: $14 billion for administration plus $96 billion supplemental; 2008 Budget: $11.3 billion for administration plus $700 billion supplemental "Financial Bailout"; 2001 Budget: $14.0 billion

    The Treasury Department prints U.S. currency and collects it at tax time. Some Treasury agencies:
  • IRS: The Internal Revenue Service.
  • Customs Service: controlling incoming people and goods.
  • The Mint: where currency, coins, and stamps are produced.
  • The Secret Service which protects the President and other officials.
  • ATF: The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms.
  • Timothy Geithner: Treasury Secretary in Pres. Obama's first term (2009-2012)
  • Hank Paulson served as Secretary of the Treasury in Pres. Bush's second term (2006-2009)
  • John Snow served as Secretary of the Treasury in Pres. Bush's second term (2003-2006)
  • Paul O'Neill served as Secretary of the Treasury in Pres. Bush's first term (2001-2003)
    Secretary O`Neill authored The Price of Loyalty in 2004.
  • Donald Regan served as Secretary of the Treasury in Pres. Reagan's first term (1981-1985)
    Secretary Regan authored For the Record in 1988.

Gen. James Mattis (2017 Trump nominee)
Chuck Hagel (Outgoing Obama appointee)
(Secretary of Defense)  
2017 Budget: $590 billion for military programs including $146 billion for military personnel; 2018 Trump proposal: $52.3 billion increase; 2013 Budget: $673 billion; 2007 budget: $439 billion for operations, plus $192 billion supplemental spending for Iraq War; 2001 Budget: $296 billion

    Defends the nation and, sometimes, defends the administration's political goals in other countries. The Defense Department is headquartered in the Pentagon and is in charge of the U.S. Armed Forces. The DoD's budget dwarfs all other departments' budgets -- 26% of all budgetary spending. Hence DoD should be at the top of the list in all discussions of "shrinking government."
  • JCS: Joint Chiefs of Staff from the Army, Navy, Air Force and Marine Corps.
  • DARPA: The agency that initiated the Internet.
  • Leon Panetta: Secretary of Defense in Pres. Obama's first term (2011-2013)
  • Robert Gates served as George W. Bush's Defense Secretary from 2006-2009, and then as Barack Obama's Defense Secretary until 2011.
  • Donald Rumsfeld served as George W. Bush's Defense Secretary from 2001-2006.
    Secretary Rumsfeld authored Known and Unknown in 2011.
  • Dick Cheney served as George Bush Sr.'s Defense Secretary from 1989-1993.
    Cheney authored In My Time in 2011.
  • Sen. William Cohen (R, ME) served as Bill Clinton's Defense Secretary from 1997-2001.
  • Donald Rumsfeld also served as Gerald Ford's Defense Secretary from 1975-1977.

Sen. Jeff Sessions (2017 Trump nominee)
Eric Holder (Outgoing Obama appointee)
(Attorney General )  
2017 Budget: $35.3 billion; 2018 Trump proposal: $1.1 billion decrease; 2013 Budget: $36.5 billion; 2007 budget: $43.5 billion; 2001 Budget: $20.9 billion

    The Justice Department is in charge of investigating crimes and enforcing federal law, including civil rights laws that guarantee Americans equal opportunity regardless of race. Its agencies include:
  • DEA: The Drug Enforcement Agency
  • FBI: The Federal Bureau of Investigation
  • INS: The Immigration and Naturalization Service
  • Michael Mukasey served as Attorney General in Pres. Bush's second term (2007-2009)
  • Alberto Gonzales served as Attorney General in Pres. Bush's second term (2005-2007)
  • John Ashcroft served as Attorney General in Pres. Bush's first term (2001-2004)
  • Janet Reno served as Bill Clinton's Attorney General from 1993-2000.

Rep. Ryan Zinke (2017 Trump nominee)
Sally Jewell (Outgoing Obama appointee)
(Secretary of Interior)  
2017 Budget: $20.6 billion; 2018 Trump proposal: $1.5 billion decrease; 2013 Budget: $13.5 billion; 2009 Budget: $10.5 billion for operations plus $22.9 billion in disaster aid; 2004 Budget: $10.7 billion; 2001 Budget: $10.2 billion

    Responsible for protecting the nationís natural landscape, and making sure people and companies have the proper access to it. It also handles:
  • NPS: The National Park Services, which operates parks, rivers, & monuments.
  • BLM: The Bureau of Land Management, which overseas federally-owned land.
  • USGS: The U.S. Geological Survey, which is a science agency for mapping and data collection.
  • BIA: The Bureau of Indian Affairs, which deals with all Native American issues.
  • Ken Salazar Interior Secretary in Pres. Obama's first term (2009-2012)
  • Dirk Kempthorne served as Interior Secretary in Pres. Bush's second term (2006-2009).
  • Gale Norton served as Interior Secretary in Pres. Bush's first term (2001-2006).

Gov. Sonny Perdue (R, GA) (2017 Trump nominee)
Tom Vilsack (Outgoing Obama appointee)
(Secretary of Agriculture )  
2017 Budget: $155.4 billion including $81.8 billion for SNAP (food stamps); 2018 Trump proposal: $4.7 billion decrease; 2013 Budget: $27 billion for operations plus $128 billion in mandatory outlays; 2006 Budget: $94 billion (including mandatory outlays); 2001 Budget: $19 billion

    The Department of Agriculture, or USDA, monitors the safety and quality of meat, eggs and poultry.
  • USFS: The U.S. Forest Service is run by USDA, because forests were then considered primarily an agricutltural resource.
  • NRCS: Natural Resource Conservation Service (formerly Soil Conservation Service).
  • USDA also runs the food stamp program and the national school lunch program.
  • Gov. Mike Johanns served as Secretary of Agriculture in Pres. Bush's second term (2005-2007)
  • Ann Veneman served as Secretary of Agriculture in Pres. Bush's first term (2001-2004)
  • Rep. Dan Glickman served as Secretary of Agriculture in Pres. Clinton's second term (1995-2001)

Wilbur Ross (2017 Trump nominee)
Rebecca Blank (Outgoing Obama appointee)
(Commerce Secretary )  
2017 Budget: $12.1 billion; 2018 Trump proposal: $1.5 billion decrease; 2013 Budget: $9.5 billion; 2009 Budget: $8.2 billion; 2001 Budget: $5.1 billion

    Commerce tries to make sure businesses and industries run well and can sell things overseas. Some of its agencies:
  • Census2010: The department also runs the Census Bureau.
  • NOAA: The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
  • NWS: The National Weather Service (part of NOAA).
  • USPTO: The Patent and Trademark Office.
  • Gary Locke Commerce Secretary in Pres. Obama's first term (2009-2011); appointed as Ambassador to China in 2011.
  • Gov. Bill Richardson was nominated as Commerce Secretary in 2009 but withdrew.
  • Carlos Gutierrez served as Commerce Secretary in Pres. Bush's second term (2005-2009)
  • Donald Evans served as Commerce Secretary in Pres. Bush's first term (2001-2004)

Andrew Puzder (2017 Trump nominee)
Seth Harris (Outgoing Obama appointee)
(Labor Secretary)  
2017 Budget: $46.8 billion including $12.5 billion for training programs, $8.1 billion for pension insurance, and $3.6 for state unemployment insurance; 2018 Trump proposal: $2.5 billion decrease; 2013 Budget: $13.2 billion for operations plus $71 billion in mandatory outlays; 2009 budget: $10.5 billion for operations plus $42 billion in Unemployment & Job Training; 2001 Budget: $11.9 billion

    Responsible for ensuring fair wages, a safe workplace and equal opportunity.
  • BLS: The Bureau of Labor Statistics keeps track of the state of the American workforce, including the unemployment rate.
  • OSHA: Occupational Safety and Health Administration.
  • Hilda Solis Labor Secretary in Pres. Obama's first term (2009-2012)
  • Elaine Chao served as Pres. Bush's Labor Secretary from 2001-2009.
  • Robert Reich served as Bill Clinton's Labor Secretary from 1993-1997.
  • Elizabeth Dole served as George Bush's Labor Secretary from 1989-1990.
    Secy. Reich authored the book Aftershock and, earlier, Locked In the Cabinet.

Rep. Tom Price (2017 Trump nominee)
Sylvia Mathews Burwell (Outgoing Obama appointee)
(Secretary of Health and Human Services)  
2017 Budget: $1.1 trillion total, including $386 billion for Medicare, $315 billion for Medicaid, and $325 billion for the Health Care Trust Fund; 2018 Trump proposal: $15.1 billion decrease; 2013 Budget: $941 billion total, including $860 billion for Medicare/Medicaid; 2006 Budget: $67.2 billion for operations plus $574 billion for Medicare/Medicaid; 2001 Budget: $53.9 billion

    Protects the health and well-being of Americans. HHS is in charge of Medicare (which provides health insurance to older and disabled Americans) and Medicaid (which helps provide insurance to low-income citizens). Its other agencies include:
  • FDA: The Food and Drug Administration
  • NIH: National Institutes of Health.
  • CDC: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
  • AFDC: Aid to Families with Dependent Children (the welfare program).
  • Kathleen Sebelius served as Secretary of H.H.S. in Pres. Obama's first term (2009-2014)
  • Tom Daschle nominated as Secretary of H.H.S. by Pres. Obama; withdrew (2009)
  • Mike Leavitt served as Secretary of H.H.S. in Pres. Bush's second term (2005-2009)
  • Tommy Thompson served as Secretary of H.H.S. in Pres. Bush's first term (2001-2005); Author: Power to the People

Dr. Ben Carson (2017 Trump nominee)
Julian Castro (Outgoing Obama appointee)
(Secretary of Housing and Urban Development)  
2017 Budget: $47.9 billion; 2018 Trump proposal: $6.2 billion decrease; 2013 Budget $46.3 billion; 2006 Budget $28.5 billion; 2001 Budget: $28.5 billion

    HUD tries to make sure there are enough homes for people who donít have a lot of money. It also helps enforce equal-opportunity housing laws, so that people wonít be discriminated against when they try to move into a new neighborhood.
  • Shaun Donovan served as Secretary of H.U.D. in Pres. Obama's first term (2009-2014)
  • Alphonso Jackson served as Secretary of H.U.D. in Pres. Bush's second term (2004-2008)
  • Mel Martinez served as Secretary of H.U.D. in Pres. Bush's first term (2001-2004)
  • Andrew Cuomo served as Bill Clinton's HUD Secretary from 1997-2000.

Secy. Elaine Chao (2017 Trump nominee)
Anthony Foxx (Outgoing Obama appointee)
(Transportation Secretary)  
2017 Budget: $95.3 billion including $45.5 billion in federal highway administration; 2018 Trump proposal: $2.4 billion decrease; 2013 Budget: $99 billion including $75 billion in mandated spending; 2008 Budget: $58 billion; 2001 Budget: $18.4 billion

    DOT keeps an eye on the airlines, patrols the waterways, helps build and maintain highways, and regulates motor vehicles and promotes traffic safety.
  • FAA: Oversees the Federal Avaiation Administration, resposible for air traffic.
  • The Interstate Highway System is built and maintained by DOT.
  • Ray LaHood Transportation Secretary in Pres. Obama's first term (2009-2013)
  • Mary Peters served as George W. Bush's Transportation Secretary from 2006-2009.
  • Norman Mineta served as George W. Bush's Transportation Secretary from 2001-2006.
  • Norman Mineta also served as Bill Clinton's Transportation Secretary from 2000-2001.
  • Liddy Dole served as Ronald Reagan's Transportation Secretary from 1983-1987.

Rick Perry (2017 Trump nominee)
Ernest J. Moniz (Outgoing Obama appointee)
(Secretary of Energy)  
2017 Budget: $30.8 billion; 2013 Budget: $35.6 billion; 2018 Trump proposal: $1.7 billion decrease; 2006 budget: $23.4 billion; 2001 Budget: $19.7 billion

    In charge of making sure the country has enough energy, from gas for our cars to oil for heating our homes. Some of its agencies:
  • FERC: The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.
  • DOE also manages nuclear testing facilities and the military's nuclear weapons.
  • Steven Chu Energy Secretary in Pres. Obama's first term (2009-2012)
  • Samuel Bodman Energy Secretary in Pres. Bush's second term (2005-2009)
  • Spencer Abraham served as Energy Secretary in Pres. Bush's first term (2001-2005)
  • Bill Richardson served as Bill Clinton's Energy Secretary from 1998-2000.
    Richardson authored Leading by Example in 2007.

Betsy DeVos (2017 Trump nominee)
Arne Duncan (Outgoing Obama appointee)
(Secretary of Education )  
2017 Budget: $79.4 billion; 2018 Trump proposal: $9.2 billion decrease; 2013 Budget: $71.9 billion; 2006 Budget: Discretionary $56.0 billion plus Mandatory $13.4 billion; 2001 Budget: $39.9 billion

    Distributes federal money for college loans and scholarships, and funds programs to improve the education of grade school and high school kids, especially those from low-income families.
  • Margaret Spellings served as Secretary of Education in Pres. Bush's second term (2005-2009)
  • Rod Paige served as Secretary of Education in Pres. Bush's first term (2001-2004)
  • Lamar Alexander served as George Bush Sr.'s Education Secretary from 1991-1993.

David Shulkin (2017 Trump nominee)
Acting Secretary Sloan Gibson (Outgoing Obama appointee)
(Secretary of Veterans Affairs)  
2017 Budget: $179 billion including $104 billion in benefits paid; 2018 Trump proposal: $4.4 billion increase; 2013 Budget: $60 billion plus $89 billion in mandated spending; 2006 Budget: $73.2 billion; 2001 Budget: $22.3 billion

    The VA manages hospitals for veterans and gives support to Americaís 25 million veterans and their families.
  • Gen. Eric Shinseki served as Secretary of the V.A. in Pres. Obama's first term (2009-2014)
  • James Peake served as Secretary of the V.A. in Pres. Bush's second term (2007-2009)
  • Jim Nicholson served as Secretary of the V.A. in Pres. Bush's second term (2005-2007)
  • Anthony Principi served as Secretary of the V.A. in Pres. Bush's first term (2001-2005)

Gen. John Kelly (2017 Trump nominee)
Jeh Johnson (Outgoing Obama appointee)
(Department of Homeland Security)  
2017 Budget: $47.8 billion; 2018 Trump proposal: $2.8 billion increase; 2013 Budget: $55 billion; 2009 budget: $52 billion; 2001 Budget: $40 billion

    The "Terrorism Czar" was first a Cabinet-level position, and then made a Cabinet department.
  • Coordinates a comprehensive national strategy to safeguard our country against terrorism, and responds to any attacks that may come.
  • The office was created on Sept. 20 2001 by Pres. Bush in response to the World Trade Center attack.
  • The Terrorism Czar Richard Clarke was not Ridge's predecessor -- Clarke's title was National Coordinator for Security and Counter-Terrorism and he served under Condoleezza Rice on the National Security Council. Clarke authored the 2004 book Against All Enemies.
  • Janet Napolitano served as Secretary of the Office Homeland Security in Pres. Obama's first term (2009-2013)
  • Michael Chertoff served as Secretary of the Office Homeland Security in Pres. Bush's second term (2005-2009)
  • Tom Ridge served as Secretary of the Office Homeland Security in Pres. Bush's first term (2001-2004). Gov. Ridge authored the book Test of our Times.
  • Rep. Paul McHale served as Assistant Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security under Pres. Bush (2003-2009)

Scott Pruitt (2017 Trump nominee)
Gina McCarthy (Outgoing Obama appointee)
(Director of the Environmental Protection Agency)  
2017 Budget: $8.7 billion; 2013 Budget: $9.2 billion; 2007 Budget: $7.3 billion; 2001 Budget: $7.8 billion

    The EPA is technically not in the Cabinet, but is a "Cabinet-level agency." EPA is responsible for promulgating and enforcing environmental regulations.
  • Lisa Jackson EPA DIrector in Pres. Obama's first term (2009-2012)
  • Stephen Johnson served as Director of EPA in Pres. Bush's second term (2005-2009); he is now Secretary of H.H.S.
  • Mike Leavitt served as Director of EPA in Pres. Bush's first term (2003-2005); he is now Secretary of H.H.S.
  • Christie Whitman served as Director of EPA in Pres. Bush's first term (2001-2003)

Independent Agencies

    Numerous federal agencies are not directly supervised by any Cabinet department. These include:
  • ACE: Army Corps of Engineers (2006 budget: $4.3 billion plus $1.6 billion for construction; 2001 budget: $4.5 billion)
  • CIA: Central Intelligence Agency (2017 budget: $0.5 billion; 2008 budget and earlier budgets are classified (secret); 1998 budget: $26.7 billion)
  • Larry Kudlow, (2017 Trump nominee)
  • EPA: Environmental Protection Agency (see above at Cabinet-level)
  • FCC: Federal Communications Commission
  • FDIC: Federal Deposit Insurance Commission
  • FEC: Federal Election Commission
  • FEMA: Federal Emergency Management Agency (2017 budget: $2.0 billion (part of DHS budget); 2008 budget: $8.0 billion; 2001 budget: $2.4 billion)
  • Federal Reserve: The agency headed by Alan Greenspan which sets interest rates.
  • FDA: Food and Drug Administration
  • FHFA: Federal Housing Finance Agency
    Mel Watt, Director, 2013-date
  • GAO: Government Accountability Office
    David Walker, Comptroller-General of the United States, 1998-2008
  • LSC: Legal Services Corporation (2017 budget: $0.5 billion; 2008 budget: $0.4 billion; 2001 budget: $0.3 billion)
  • NASA: National Aeronautics and Space Administration (2017 budget: $19.2 billion; 2008 budget: $17.3 billion; 2001 budget: $14.3 billion)
  • NEA: National Endowment for the Arts (2017 budget: $0.1 billion; 2004 budget: $0.1 billion; 2001 budget: $0.1 billion)
  • NEH: National Endowment for the Humanities (2017 budget: $0.02 billion; 2001 budget: $0.1 billion)
  • NRC: Nuclear Regulatory Commission
  • NSF: National Science Foundation (2017 budget: $8.1 billion; 2001 budget: $4.4 billion)
  • ODNI: Office of the Director of National Intellignce The DNI oversees the CIA and 15 other intelligence agencies, serving as the principal adviser to the president
  • Dan Coats, (2017 Trump nominee)
  • Peace Corps: overseas volunteer service
  • Public Health Service: Uniformed service of the Department of H.H.S.
    Richard Carmona, Surgeon-General of the United States, 2002-2006
  • SEC: Securities and Exchange Commission
  • SBA: Small Business Administration (2017 budget: $2.1 billion; 2006 budget: $0.4 billion; 2001 budget: $0.3 billion)
  • Linda McMahon, (2017 Trump nominee)
  • Smithsonian: National Museum (2017 budget: $1.1 billion; 2008 budget: $0.7 billion; 2001 budget: $0.5 billion)
  • SSA: Social Security Administration (2017 budget: $98.6 billion for "on-budget" accounts including $64.3 billion SSI and $39.5 Trust Fund; then in addition, $1.03 trillion for "off-budget" accounts; 2009 budget: $9.7 billion for operations, plus $610 billion for Social Security payments; 2001 budget: $6.0 billion)
    Betty Sutton, Director of St. Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation
  • USAID: U.S. Agency for International Development
  • USITC: U.S. International Trade Commission
    Rep. Connie Morella, Ambassador to OECD, 2003-2005
  • USPS: U.S. Postal Service
  • (2001 discretionary budget for all other agencies not detailed above totals $11.7 billion. Note that mandatory spending is not included in budget figures unless specified. Total of all discretionary spending for FY 2008 is $348 billion, plus $788 billion on DoD, DVA, and War on Terror discretionary spending. Total of all discretionary spending for FY 2001 was $661.6 billion.)

Executive Agencies

    Some additional federal agencies are overseen directly by the Executive branch:
  • White House: The Chief of Staff oversees the functioning of the White House.
  • NSA: National Security Agency
  • NSC: National Security Council
  • OMB: Office of Management and Budget, the President's counterpart to Congress' CBO.
Source for budget figures: US Budget FY 2002 Presidential Request, Table S-6, Discretionary Budget Authority by Agency. Note that mandatory spending is not included in budget figures.


                                                                                                                                                                               
  

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