How to be more confident about a Trump Presidency

By Chris Walker – 4 hours ago – 11:37amOn Monday, Donald Trump will take office in Washington DC.

He has been sworn in for his second term, and will have a year and a half to enact his agenda.

Here are some things to watch.

Trump’s cabinet will be full of Republicans.

Many of them are seen as friendly to the President.

They include Mike Pompeo, a Kansas Republican, and Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers, a Washington state Republican.

Other Republicans include former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin, former Florida Governor Jeb Bush, Texas Governor Rick Perry, Ohio Governor John Kasich, and former Georgia Governor Sonny Perdue.

The top Democrat in the Senate is Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, who has been a vocal critic of Trump.

If Trump wins, he’ll have the most powerful Cabinet in US history.

There are five vacancies.

There will be two Vice Presidents, a Speaker of the House, a Senate majority leader, a White House Counsel, a Cabinet secretary, and a head of the Justice Department.

Trump has also named two ambassadors, a secretary of state, and the National Security Advisor.