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President-elect Donald Trump's administration
Click each name for more details. Some positions require Senate confirmation. A "Y" indicates the person has been confirmed, an "N" indicates they have not been confirmed, and "N/A" means Senate confirmation is not required for that post. Positions left blank have not yet been filled.

Last updated: May 11.
Title Name Known for Confirmed?
Official Cabinet positions (in order of succession to the presidency)
President Donald Trump Businessman N/A
Vice President Mike Pence Governor, Indiana N/A
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson Exxon Mobil CEO

Y

Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin Former Goldman Sachs executive

Y

Defense Secretary James Mattis Retired Marine general

Y

Attorney General Jeff Sessions U.S. Senator, Alabama

Y

Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke U.S. Representative, Montana

Y

Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue Former Georgia governor

Y

Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross Investor

Y

Labor Secretary* R. Alexander Acosta Former U.S. attorney for Southern District of Florida

Y

Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price U.S. Representative, Georgia

Y

Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson Retired neurosurgeon, presidential candidate

Y

Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao Former Labor secretary

Y

Energy Secretary Rick Perry Former Texas governor, presidential candidate

Y

Education Secretary Betsy DeVos Former chair Michigan Republican Party, education activist

Y

Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin Physician, under secretary of Veterans Affairs

Y

Homeland Security Secretary John F. Kelly Retired Marine general

Y

"Cabinet-rank" positions
Chief of Staff Reince Priebus RNC chairman N/A
EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt Oklahoma attorney general

Y

Office of Management and Budget Director Mick Mulvaney U.S. Representative, South Carolina

Y

U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer Lawyer, deputy trade representative during Reagan administration

Y

U.N. Ambassador Nikki R. Haley Governor, South Carolina

Y

Council of Economic Advisers Chair Kevin Hassett Economist

N

Small Business Administrator Linda McMahon Former WWE executive, U.S. Senate candidate

Y

Other key appointments
Chief Strategist Steve Bannon Former head of Breitbart News N/A
White House Counsel Donald McGahn Lawyer, former chair of Federal Election Commission N/A
Senior Policy Advisor Stephen Miller Trump campaign policy adviser, aide to Alabama Senator Jeff Sessions N/A
CIA Director Mike Pompeo U.S. Representative, Kansas

Y

National Security Adviser** H.R. McMaster Army Lieutenant General N/A
Deputy National Security Adviser*** - - N/A
National Intelligence Director Dan Coats Former Senator, Indiana

Y

Deputy Commerce Secretary Todd Ricketts Co-owner Chicago Cubs N/A
National Economic Council Director Gary Cohn Goldman Sachs president N/A
Army Secretary**** - -

N

Navy Secretary***** - -

N

Air Force Secretary Heather Wilson Former U.S. Representative, New Mexico

Y

National Trade Council Leader Peter Navarro Economics and public policy professor, Trump campaign adviser N/A
Regulatory Reform Advisor Carl Icahn Investor N/A
Counselor to the President Kellyanne Conway Trump campaign manager N/A
Press Secretary Sean Spicer Former Republican National Committee communications director and chief strategist N/A
Homeland Security and Counterterrorism Adviser Thomas Bossert President of CDS Consulting firm, former homeland security adviser to President George W. Bush N/A
Special Representative for International Negotiations Jason Greenblatt Trump Organization executive vice president and chief legal officer N/A
Securities and Exchange Commission Chair Jay Clayton Wall Street lawyer N/A
Senior Advisor Jared Kushner CEO of Kushner Companies, Trump's son-in-law N/A
Cybersecurity Advisor Rudy Giuliani Former New York City mayor N/A
Senior Counselor for Economic Initiatives Dina Powell Goldman Sachs executive, served in George W. Bush administration N/A
*Fast-food executive Andrew Puzder was nominated to be Labor Secretary but later withdrew his nomination.
**Retired lieutenant general Mike Flynn was nominated to be National Security Adviser but later resigned. Retired Army Lieutenant General Keith Kellogg served briefly as the acting national security adviser.***Fox News analyst, Reagan administration official Kathleen Troia "KT" McFarland was nominated to be Deputy National Security Adviser but later left the post and was expected to become U.S. ambassador to Singapore.****Wall Street executive, Florida Panthers owner, and Army veteran Vincent Viola was nominated to be Army Secretary but later withdrew his nomination. After Viola withdrew, Tennessee State Senator and former Army lieutenant colonel Mark Green was nominated, but later withdrew.*****Businessman Philip Bilden was nominated to be Navy Secretary but later withdrew his nomination.