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4. Rep. Tulsi Gabbard Defends Trump Nominating Generals to His Cabinet

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Rep. Tulsi Gabbard Defends Trump Nominating Generals to His Cabinet

Gabbard, a veteran of the Iraq War and member of the House Armed Services Committee, chided Democrats for attacking Trump over selecting retired generals to his Cabinet.



6. President-elect Trump narrows down picks for top Cabinet posts

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President-elect Trump narrows down picks for top Cabinet posts

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is scheduled to visit President-elect Donald Trump Thursday in New York. Japan and other countries are concerned about the new administration's policies on trade and the economy. Sources also tell CBS News Mr. Trump is now offering key administration positions to some candidates. Chip Reid reports.


7. Trump Cabinet picks express differing views from president-elect

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Trump Cabinet picks express differing views from president-elect

President-elect Donald Trump's Cabinet nominees are contradicting the president-elect on a surprising number of important issues. Retired Gen. James Mattis and Rep. Mike Pompeo spent hours fielding questions during Thursday's confirmation hearings. They broke with Mr. Trump on NATO, the Iran nuclear deal, and other major policies. Nancy Cordes reports.


8. Trump Trolls America With Cabinet Picks

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Trump Trolls America With Cabinet Picks

As Trump fills his cabinet, journalists and comedians have wondered out loud... is Trump just trolling America. Because many of his cabinet picks are the exact opposite of the agency they’re supposed to head. Trump picked Scott Pruitt, a guy suing the EPA, to lead the EPA For Secretary of State Trump picked Exxon CEO Rex Tillerson, a guy with very close ties to Putin that are troubling to both Democrats and Republicans. And now for the Department of Energy Trump picked: (clip) The man who couldn’t even remember the Department of Energy when he was listing off agencies he’d abolish. At this rate Walter White may actually be the head of DEA. But if you follow the Trump handbook, any good controversy must come with a distraction... Today's Trumpscraction is brought to you by... Kanye West.


9. Trump continues to interview potential picks for Cabinet

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Trump continues to interview potential picks for Cabinet

President-elect Donald Trump is continuing to interview potential picks for his Cabinet, with Rudy Giuliani and Mitt Romney at the top of his list for secretary of state. Roll Call columnist Jon Allen joins CBSN to discuss the latest.



11. Trump Said To Announce Almost All Cabinet Picks Next Week

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Trump Said To Announce Almost All Cabinet Picks Next Week

During the first of several scheduled stops on the "Thank You Tour" president-elect Donald Trump eluded to the fact that he will likely reveal “almost all” of his remaining Cabinet choices next week. Politico online reports that Trump announced his nominee for defense secretary, retired Marine Gen. James Mattis, in Cincinnati on Thursday.



13. Trump taps two new Cabinet picks

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Trump taps two new Cabinet picks

President-elect Trump announced some new additions to his Cabinet. CBS News correspondent Errol Barnett has the latest news.


14. Trump meets potential Cabinet picks in New Jersey

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Trump meets potential Cabinet picks in New Jersey

Potential Donald Trump Cabinet picks Mitt Romney and Michelle Rhee met with the president-elect at his golf course in Bedminster, New Jersey. CBSN anchor Reena Ninan has the latest.


15. More Trump cabinet picks revealed, and other MoneyWatch headlines

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More Trump cabinet picks revealed, and other MoneyWatch headlines

Names revealed for Treasury, Commerce, HHS and Transportation posts. These headlines and more on CBS MoneyWatch.


16. Donald Trump Says He Has Sought Advice From Obama On Cabinet Picks

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Donald Trump Says He Has Sought Advice From Obama On Cabinet Picks

Donald Trump’s picks for top administration posts have confounded many, but the president-elect says he has sought advice from experts on a number of positions. On Wednesday’s 'Today' show, Trump revealed that he’s discussed some potential cabinet nominees with President Obama. Donald Trump’s picks for top administration posts have confounded many, but the president-elect says he has sought advice from experts on a number of positions. On Wednesday’s 'Today' show, Trump revealed that he’s discussed some potential cabinet nominees with President Obama. Trump said, “I would say that, yes, I take his recommendations very seriously and there are some people that I will be appointing and in one case have appointed where he thought very highly of that person, yes." The president-elect also noted, “I do like him. I love getting his ideas. And I may differ in many cases, I differ very greatly. In many cases I’m the opposite," Trump made similar statements during an interview with TIME, "We talked about some of the potential appointments that I would make. I wanted to get his opinion. And he gave me some opinions on some people that were very interesting to me, and that meant something to me. I believe in asking people."The White House has declined to comment on the conversations but has acknowledged some have taken place since the meeting immediately following the election, notes the Daily Mail. Following that conversation, Obama said to Trump, “I want to emphasize to you, Mr. President-elect, that we now are going to want to do everything we can to help you succeed because if you succeed, then the country succeeds.” 



18. Trump picks ex-rival Ben Carson to be HUD secretary

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Trump picks ex-rival Ben Carson to be HUD secretary

President-elect Donald J. Trump on Monday has chosen Dr. Ben Carson to be his housing secretary and is set to formally select the retired general James N. Mattis to be his defense secretary. Carson, who challenged Trump during the Republican primary, is the first African-American selected to serve in the president-elect's Cabinet. "I feel that I can make a significant contribution particularly by strengthening communities that are most in need." Carson said. "Ben Carson has a brilliant mind and is passionate about strengthening communities and families within those communities," Trump said in the statement.


19. Marijuana Laws At Risk with Proposed Trump Cabinet

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Marijuana Laws At Risk with Proposed Trump Cabinet

President-elect Donald Trump has promised to allow states to keep their marijuana laws if he were elected. However, he’s also tapped some of the biggest foes of Marijuana in Washington to serve in his cabinet. This spring his pick to be the next attorney general, Alabama Senator Jeff Sessions at one point told Politico, “Good people don't smoke marijuana.” In confirmed for the position, Sessions could end up redirecting the DEA to go after legal marijuana growers in states from Maine to Alaska. Meanwhile Rep. Tom Price of Georgia, who has a long anti-marijuana voting record, has been chosen to lead the Department of Health and Human Services. And GOP Congressman Andy Harris of Maryland, who has waged his own personal war on drugs, has been rumored to be a potential pick to run the National Institutes of Health.


20. Trump Supporters Cling To The Hope Of New Jobs

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Trump Supporters Cling To The Hope Of New Jobs

It is only a few days before President elect Donald Trump is set to take over the White House and though it is clear a great deal of the American population is not found of his general ideas and policies, those that did vote for the businessman seem to be clinging on to one single promise, more jobs. Trump has promised more jobs for Americans since the beginning of his campaign and has even made strides in providing them already.