Sessions Confirmed for Attorney General

WASHINGTON, DC - FEBRUARY 2: (AFP OUT) Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-AL) listens during the National Prayer Breakfast February 2, 2012 in Washington, DC. U.S. President Barack Obama spoke at the breakfast, defending his economic policies in an echo of his recent State of the Union address. (Photo by Chris Kleponis-Pool/Getty Images)


What do all of these Trump appointees have in common?

White House Chief of Staff: Reince Priebus

Senior Counselor to the President and White House Chief Strategist: Steve Bannon

Counselor to the President: Kellyanne Conway

Senior Counselor to the President for Economic Initiatives: Dina Powell

Senior Advisor to the President for Policy: Stephen Miller

Senior Advisor to the President for Strategic Planning: Jared Kushner

Director of Strategic Initiatives for the White House Strategic Development Group: Chris Liddell

Director of the Office of Public Liaison and Intergovernmental Affairs: Anthony Scaramucci

National Security Advisor: Michael T. Flynn

Deputy National Security Advisor: K. T. McFarland

White House Staff Secretary: Rob Porter

White House Cybersecurity Advisor: Rudy Giuliani

Executive Secretary of the National Security Council: Keith Kellogg

They were all appointed on January 20th of 2017 but are yet to be confirmed by the senate who today confirmed the appointment of Senator Jeff Sessions as our next Attorney General earlier today.

No president before Trump has had such rigorous scrutiny put on his appointments. The final vote tally was 52-47 in favor of confirmation as CSPAN reports, then they wen’t the deliberate on other Trump appointments, who knows by which small margin this one may pass.

It’s seems dubious weather the senate will be on-board with Trump’s “draining the swamp” initiative, it remains to be seen weather the upper house’s gridlock ability has transformed from being a house with limited vested interests to a house eternally indebted to the same corporate interests endemic in the lower house.



-Ælle Sussex, Editor-in-Chief

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