Liberals Freak Over First Name on Trump Cabinet List: HAH!

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There is one name that ALWAYS makes any liberal froth at the mouth, spin their head, and turn fire engine red; Sarah Palin!

It would be more than worth it to watch them fall to pieces the next few years to know that Sarah Palin is helping lead America while Hillary hides in disgrace.

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Is it me, or is every Republican woman really hot and nearly every Democrat woman looks like a dried-up witch?

Palin is not the only one though! Here is the short list of some of Donald Trump’s cabinet picks.

Many of these choices might make some liberals start planning some way of escaping earth.

List of Potential Trump Cabinet Nominees:

Secretary of the Interior:

Sarah Palin

Gov. Mary Fallin

Oil Executive Forrest Lucas

Rep. Cynthia Lummis

Attorney General:

Gov. Chris Christie

Attorney General Pam Bondi

Sen. Jeff Sessions

Former Mayor Rudy Giuliani

Secretary of Commerce:

Christie

Former Nucor CEO Dan DiMicco

Businessman Lew Eisenberg

Former Gov. Mike Huckabee

Sen. David Perdue

 

Former Sen. Jim Talent

Agriculture Secretary:

Gov. Sam Brownback

National Council of Farmer Cooperatives CEO Chuck Conner

Gov. Dave Heineman

Texas Agricultural Commissioner Sid Miller

Former Georgia Gov. Sonny Perdue

Secretary of Education:

Ben Carson

Hoover Institution fellow William Evers

Secretary of Energy:

Venture Capitalist Robert Grady

Businessman Harold Hamm

Secretary of Health and Human Services:

Former New Jersey state Sen. Rich Bagger

Ben Carson

Newt Gingrich

Gov. Rick Scott

Secretary of Homeland Security:

Christie

Sheriff David Clarke

 

Secretary of Defense:

Former Gen. Mike Flynn

Stephen Hadley

Rep. Duncan Hunter Jr.

Sessions

Former Sen. Jim Talent

Secretary of State:

John Bolton

Sen. Bob Corker

Gingrich

The list of 41 names, obtained by BuzzFeed News, covers 13 departments, the attorney general, Office of Management and Budget, White House chief of staff, and White House counsel.

A source familiar with the list stressed it was not final, and it is unclear whether transition officials have narrowed it down or added more potential candidates for consideration by Trump.

UPDATE:

Ben Carson declined an offer from President-elect Donald Trump to join his cabinet as Secretary of Health and Human Services, a close Carson adviser told CNN on Tuesday.

Carson confidant Armstrong Williams said the former neurosurgeon and top Trump surrogate will continue to advise Trump from outside the White House but declined Trump’s offer to join his administration as a cabinet-level official.
“He’s never run an agency and it’s a lot to ask. He’s a neophyte and that’s not his strength,” Williams said, despite the fact that Carson vied for the Republican nomination to be the next president of the United States.
Carson had been rumored as a potential pick to head up the Department of Health and Human Services or the Department of Education.
The Trump transition team did not respond to a request for comment.
Williams told The Hill newspaper, “Dr. Carson feels he has no government experience, he’s never run a federal agency. The last thing he would want to do was take a position that could cripple the presidency.”
Carson told The Washington Post that he is “leaning” toward working “from the outside and not from the inside.”
“I want to have the freedom to work on many issues and not be pigeonholed into one particular area,” he told the newspaper.
Carson declined to tell the Post whether he was offered a specific post, but said “I was offered things. … I don’t want to go into the details.”
Carson was a key adviser and top surrogate during Trump’s presidential campaign, joining him at numerous campaign rallies and helping Trump with his outreach efforts in the African-American community.

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