Donald Trump Cabinet Ministers List 2017 Names Description government members Probable US Cabinet List

Donald Trump Cabinet Ministers List 2017 Names Description government members Probable US Cabinet List

After election day, media outlets reported on persons described by various sources as possible appointments to senior positions in the incoming Trump presidency. Until the Trump Administration annouces their official cabinet, this page will continue to be updated with new information and potential positions.

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Declared names of Donald Trump's Cabinet

Cabinet Members list of Donald Trump 2017

Office Name Announcement Full Senate Vote Date
Vice President Mike Pence July 15, 2016 Jan 20, 2017 (Took Office)
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson December 13, 2016 February 1, 2017
Secretary of the Treasury Steven Mnuchin November 30, 2016 February 13, 2017
Secretary of Defense James Mattis December 1, 2016 January 20, 2017
Attorney General Jeff Sessions November 18, 2016 February 8, 2017
Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke December 15, 2016 March 1, 2017
Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue January 18, 2017 April 24, 2017
Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross November 30, 2016 February 27, 2017
Secretary of Labor Andrew Puzder December 8, 2016  
  Alex Acosta February 16, 2017 April 27, 2017
Secretary of Health and Human Services Tom Price November 29, 2016 February 10, 2017
Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Ben Carson December 5, 2016 March 2, 2017
Secretary of Transportation Elaine Chao November 29, 2016 January 31, 2017
Secretary of Energy Rick Perry December 14, 2016 March 2, 2017
Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos November 23, 2016 February 7, 2017
Secretary of Veterans Affairs David Shulkin January 11, 2017 February 13, 2017
Secretary of Homeland Security John Kelly December 7, 2016 January 20, 2017
Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer January 3, 2017 01-05-2017
Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats January 7, 2017 March 15, 2017
Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley November 23, 2016 January 24, 2017
Management and Budget Mick Mulvaney December 16, 2016 February 16, 2017
Director of the Central Intelligence Agency Mike Pompeo November 18, 2016 January 23, 2017
Environmental Protection Agency Scott Pruitt December 7, 2016 February 17, 2017
Small Business Administration Linda McMahon December 7, 2016 February 14, 2017



Executive Office of the President 

Executive Office of the President






White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus
Counselors National Security Deputy Nat. Sec.
Bannon Flynn McFarland
Domestic Policy Econ. Council Homeland Security
Bremberg Cohn Bossert
Press Sec./Comm. Dir Public Liaison. WH Office Dir.
Spicer Omarosa
Counsel Drug Control Science & Tech.

Declared Cabinet Minister Names with descriptions

Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross
Secretary of State
Name Description
Rex Tillerson ExxonMobil CEO
Secretary of Treasury
Name Description
Steven Mnuchin Goldman Sachs partner; Relativity Media movie producer; Trump campaign finance chairman.
Secretary of Defense
Name Description
James Mattis Retired Marine General
Attorney General
Name Description
Jeff Sessions Member of the United States Senate Committee on Armed Services from Alabama.
Secretary of the Interior
Name Description
Ryan Zinke American politician serving as U.S. Representative for Montana's at-large congressional district
Secretary of Labor
Name Description
Andrew Franklin chief executive of CKE Restaurants
Secretary of Health and Human Services
Name Description
Thomas Edmunds "Tom" Price American physician and politician who is the U.S. Representative for Georgia's 6th congressional district, serving since 2005
Secretary of Energy
Name Description
Rick Perry former Governor of Texas
Secretary of Homeland Security
Name Description
John F. Kelly four-star Marine general
White House Chief of Staff
Name Description
Reince Priebus chair of the Republican National Committee.
Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency
Name Description
Myron Ebell Chair of the Cooler Heads Coalition and director of the Center for Energy and Environment at the Competitive Enterprise Institute.
Ambassador to the United Nations
Name Description
John Bolton Former George W. Bush recess appointee as United States Ambassador to the United Nations whose Senate confirmation was blocked in 2006 by Republican Lincoln Chaffee.


Donald Trump Election Promises. What would be first thing Trump do as US President 2017, Trump Policies, Trump Manifestos, trump news

Donald Trump Election Promises, What would be first thing Trump do as US President 2017, Trump Policies, Trump Manifestos, trump news, donald trump campaign promises, Donald trump political views, donald trump immigration plan, trump immigration reform

Ten top agenda items for 2017.

Appoint “a pro-life justice” to the Supreme Court, Repeal Obamacare
Dismiss the Iran Nuclear Deal, Defund Planned Parenthood, outlaw abortions after 20 weeks and codify the Hyde Amendment, Pass tax reform, Undo all of Obama’s executive actions, Undo DACA and DAPA, Stop all new regulations, Impose the strongest possible border control



  1.     Prioritize the jobs, wages and security of the American people.
  2.     Establish new immigration controls to boost wages and to ensure that open jobs are offered to American workers first.
  3.  Protect the economic well-being of the lawful immigrants already living here by curbing uncontrolled foreign worker admissions
  4.  Select immigrants based on their likelihood of success in the U.S. and their ability to be financially self-sufficient.
  5. Vet applicants to ensure they support America’s values, institutions and people, and temporarily suspend immigration from regions that export terrorism and where safe vetting cannot presently be ensured.
  6.  Enforce the immigration laws of the United States and restore the Constitutional rule of law upon which America’s prosperity and security depend.

Donald J. Trump’s 10 Point Plan to Put America First

1. Begin working on an impenetrable physical wall on the southern border, on day one. Mexico will pay for the wall.

2. End catch-and-release. Under a Trump administration, anyone who illegally crosses the border will be detained until they are removed out of our country.

3. Move criminal aliens out day one, in joint operations with local, state, and federal law enforcement. We will terminate the Obama administration’s deadly, non-enforcement policies that allow thousands of criminal aliens to freely roam our streets.

4. End sanctuary cities.

5. Immediately terminate President Obama’s two illegal executive amnesties. All immigration laws will be enforced – we will triple the number of ICE agents. Anyone who enters the U.S. illegally is subject to deportation. That is what it means to have laws and to have a country.

6. Suspend the issuance of visas to any place where adequate screening cannot occur, until proven and effective vetting mechanisms can be put into place.

7. Ensure that other countries take their people back when we order them deported.

8. Ensure that a biometric entry-exit visa tracking system is fully implemented at all land, air, and sea ports.

9. Turn off the jobs and benefits magnet. Many immigrants come to the U.S. illegally in search of jobs, even though federal law prohibits the employment of illegal immigrants.

10. Reform legal immigration to serve the best interests of America and its workers, keeping immigration levels within historic norms.

DONALD J. TRUMP’S VISION Election Campaign Promises Manifesto


    Illegal immigrants and other non-citizens in our prisons and jails together had around 25,000 homicide arrests to their names.

    Current immigration policy costs taxpayers $300 billion a year

    There are at least 2 million convicted criminal aliens now inside the country.

    Since 2013 alone, the Obama Administration has allowed 300,000 criminal aliens to return back into U.S. communities.

    Between 9/11 and the end of 2014, at least 380 foreign-born individuals were convicted in terror cases inside the United States.

    In the last five years, we’ve admitted nearly 100,000 immigrants from Iraq and Afghanistan – in these two countries, according to Pew research, a majority of residents say that the barbaric practice of honor killings against women are often or sometimes justified.

    From the year 2008 through 2014, nearly 13,000 criminal aliens were released back into U.S. communities because their home countries would not take them back.

    62 percent of households headed by illegal immigrants used some form of cash or non-cash welfare programs, like food stamps or housing assistance.

    Nearly 1 million illegal immigrants, including nearly 200,000 with criminal convictions, had been ordered deported but remain at large.

    Between 2013 and 2015, the Obama Administration released over 86,000 criminal aliens from custody. In 2015 alone, ICE freed 19,723 criminal aliens, who had 64,197 convictions among them. These included 8,234 violent convictions and 208 homicide convictions.



US election Results by age race sex gender education, How did US peoples vote? ,Donald Trump Supporters, Hillary Clinton supporters, US gender votes, US Presidential Election Voters 2016,US polls 2016

US election Results by age race sex gender education, How did US peoples vote? ,Donald Trump Supporters, Hillary Clinton supporters, US gender votes, US Presidential Election Voters 2016,US polls 2016

Voting in America is over. Donald Trump has emerged victorious over Hillary Clinton and will become the 45th President of the USA. 

Early signs as to how this unexpected result occurred can be seen in demographic exit poll data, with Clinton doing worse than expected among women, Hispanic voters and African Americans.

By Racial background

  Trump Clinton
White 51 33
Black 3 83
Hispanics  17 60

By Gender

  Trump Clinton
Men 49 33
Women 34 49

By age

  Trump Clinton
18-39 years 29 41
40-64 years 44 43
65 or older 49 39

By Education

  Trump Clinton
High school graduates or less 44 36
Attended some college 46 40
College graduates 37 46
Post graduates 30 51





Mike Pence Vice President Speech Transcript 2016 Live Streaming After result, Pence Speech Live Video, Mike Pence US Election 2016 Speech

Mike Pence Vice President Speech Transcript 2016 Live Streaming After result, Pence Speech Live Video, Mike Pence US Election 2016 Speech

Pence said:

This is a historic night. The American people have spoken and the American people have elected their new champion. America has elected a new president and it's almost hard for me to express the honor that I and my family feel that we will have the privilege to serve as the Vice President of the United States. I come to this moment deeply humbled, grateful to God for his amazing grace, grateful to my family: my wonderful wife Karen, our son Michael, and his fiancee Sarah, our daughter Audrey far away, and our daughter Charlotte. I could not be here without them and I'm deeply grateful to the American people for placing their confidence in this team and giving us this opportunity to serve. And I'm mostly grateful to the president elect whose leadership and vision will make America great again.

Barack Obama Speech Transcript 2016 Live Streaming After result, Obama Speech Live Video, Barack Obama US Election 2016 Speech

Barack Obama Speech Transcript 2016 Live Streaming After result, Obama Speech Live Video, Barack Obama US Election 2016 Speech

President Obama Full Speech on Election 2016 Results | President Obama has extended an invitation to president-elect Donald Trump to meet with him at the White House on Thursday. Press secretary Josh Earnest said in a statement that the president called both Trump and Hillary Clinton following the results of the election early Wednesday.

President Barack Obama delivers statement on 2016 election from The White House Rose Garden. 


Good afternoon, everybody. Yesterday, before votes were tallied, I shot a video that some of you may have seen in which I said to the American people, regardless of which side you were on in the election, regardless of whether your candidate won or lost, the sun would come up in the morning.

And that is one bit of prognosticating that actually came true. The sun is up. And I know everybody had a long night. I did as well. I had a chance to talk to President-elect Trump last night about 3:30 in the morning, I think it was, to congratulate him on winning the election and I had a chance to invite him to come to the White House tomorrow to talk about making sure that there is a successful transition between our presidencies.

Now, it is no secret that the president-elect and I have some pretty significant differences. But remember, eight years ago President Bush and I had some pretty significant differences. But President Bush’s team could not have been more professional or more gracious in making sure we had a smooth transition so that we could hit the ground running.

And one thing you realize quickly in this job is that the presidency and the vice presidency is bigger than any of us. So I have instructed my team to follow the example that President Bush’s team set eight years ago, and work as hard as we can to make sure that this is a successful transition for the president-elect.

Because we are now all rooting for his success in uniting and leading the country. The peaceful transition of power is one of the hallmarks of our democracy. And over the next few months, we are going to show that to the world.

I also had a chance last night to speak with Secretary Clinton and I just had the chance to hear her remarks. I could not be prouder of her. She has lived an extraordinary life of public service. She was a great first lady. She was an outstanding senator for the state of New York. And she could not have been a better secretary of state.

I’m proud of her. A lot of Americans look up to her. Her candidacy and nomination was historic and sends a message to our daughters all across the country that they can achieve at the highest levels of politics. And I’m absolutely confident that she and President Clinton will continue to do great work for people here in the United States and all around the world.

Now, everybody is sad when their side loses an election, but the day after we have to remember that we’re actually all on one team. This is an intramural scrimmage. We’re not Democrats first. We’re not Republicans first. We are Americans first. We’re patriots first.

We all want what’s best for this country. That’s what I heard in Mr. Trump’s remarks last night. That’s what I heard when I spoke to him directly. And I was heartened by that. That’s what the country needs — a sense of unity, a sense of inclusion, a respect for our institutions, our way of life, rule of law, and respect for each other.

I hope that he maintains that spirit throughout this transition. And I certainly hope that’s how his presidency has a chance to begin.

I also told my team today to keep their heads up, because the remarkable work that they have done day in, day out, often without a lot of fanfare, often with (ph) a lot of — a lot of attention — work in agencies, work in obscure areas of policy that make government run better and make it more responsive and make it more efficient, and make it more service-friendly so that it’s actually helping more people. That remarkable work has left the next president with a stronger, better country than the one that existed eight years ago.

OBAMA: So win or lose in this election, that was always our mission. That was our mission from day one. And everyone on my team should be extraordinarily proud of everything that they have done and so should all of the Americans that I’ve had a chance to meet all across this country who do the hard work of building on that progress every single day.

Teachers in schools, doctors in E.R. clinic, small businesses putting their all into starting something up, making sure they’re treating their employees well, all the IMPORTANT work that’s done by moms and dads and families and congregations in every state, the work of perfecting this union.

So this was a long and hard fought campaign. A lot of our fellow Americans are exalted today, a lot of Americans are less so, but that’s the nature of campaigns, that’s the nature of democracy. It is hard and sometimes contentious and noisy and it’s not always inspiring.

But to the young people who got into politics for the first time and may be disappointed by the results, I just want you to know, you have to stay encouraged. Don’t get cynical, don’t ever think you can’t make a difference. As Secretary Clinton said this morning, fighting for what is right is worth it. Sometimes you lose an argument, sometimes you lose an election.

You know, the path that this country has taken has never been a straight line. We zig and zag and sometimes we move in ways that some people think is forward and others think is moving back, and that’s OK. I’ve lost elections before. Joe hasn’t, but…


You know. So I’ve been sort of sure…

BIDEN: But (ph) you beat me badly.


OBAMA: That’s the way politics works sometimes. We try really hard to persuade people that we’re right and then people vote. And then if we lose, we learn from our mistakes, we do some reflection, we lick our wounds, we brush ourselves off, we get back in the arena, we go at it. We try even harder the next time.

The point though is is that we all go forward with a presumption of good faith in our fellow citizens, because that presumption of good faith is essential to a vibrant and functioning democracy. That’s how this country has moved forward for 240 years. It’s how we’ve pushed boundaries and promoted freedom around the world. That’s how we’ve expanded the rights of our founding to reach all of our citizens. It’s how we have come this far.

And that’s why I’m confident that this incredible journey that we’re on, as Americans, will go on. And I’m looking forward to doing everything that I can to make sure that the next president is successful in that.

I’ve said before, I think of this job as being a relay runner. You take the baton, you run your best race and hopefully by the time you hand it off, you’re a little further ahead, you’ve made a little progress. And I can say that we’ve done that and I want to make sure that handoff is well executed because ultimately we’re all on the same team.

All right. Thank you very much, everybody.

Hillary Clinton Speech Transcript 2016 Live Streaming After result, Clinton Speech Live Video, Hillary Clinton US President 2016

Hillary Clinton Speech Transcript 2016 Live Streaming After result, Clinton Speech Live Video, Hillary Clinton US President 2016

I'm sorry."

With those simple words, Hillary Clinton, who thought she would wake up Wednesday as the first woman president-elect but crashed to a stunning election defeat to Donald Trump, ended her White House quest and likely her political career.

The Democratic nominee unequivocally conceded the presidential race, and said that the Constitution requires a peaceful transfer of power.

"Last night, I congratulated Donald Trump and offered to work with him on behalf of our country. I hope that he will be a successful president for all Americans," Clinton said.

"Donald Trump is going to be our president. We owe him an open mind and a chance to lead," said Clinton, who was composed and dignified even as she admitted how painful her defeat was in her first public comments on the result of the election.

"This is not the outcome that we wanted and we worked so hard for, and I am sorry that we did not win this election," Clinton told supporters and campaign workers in New York.

Clinton also addressed the historic achievement for which she twice strived in losing presidential campaigns.

"I know we have still not shattered that highest and hardest GLASS ceiling, but someday, someone will, and hopefully sooner than we might think right now."

"And to all the little girls who are watching this, never doubt that you are valuable and powerful and deserving of every chance and opportunity in the world to pursue and to achieve your own dreams."

Clinton's speech was devoid of bitterness and seemed at times to be an attempt to inspire her supporters about the virtues of public service and of fighting for what they believe.

But she also put Trump on notice that the core American values which many Democrats believe Trump abhors, citing his proposals for a ban on Muslim immigration and rhetorical assaults on female journalists during his campaign, would not be forgotten.

"Our constitutional democracy enshrines the peaceful transfer of power and we don't just respect that, we cherish it. It also enshrines other things: the rule of law, the principle that we are equal in rights and dignity, freedom of worship and expression. We respect and cherish these values too and we must defend them."

Tears flowed

Much of the seating at Clinton's remarks was for staff and aides and the campaign was treating it as a farewell to the people who have spent the better part of two years working on her behalf, an aide said.

Democratic vice presidential nominee Tim Kaine also was on hand. The Virginia senator was not with Clinton Tuesday night.

"I'm proud of Hillary, because she loves this country," said Kaine, who had tears in his eyes, as he delivered introductory remarks.

Aides throughout the ballroom were sobbing during Clinton's remarks. Quiet moments in the speech were filled with tears, sniffles and some sobs. Clinton's top aides, seated in the front row, were almost all crying.

Robby Mook, Clinton's campaign manager, was wiping away tears. Nick Merrill, Clinton's traveling press secretary, was weeping.

The most somber moment in Clinton's speech was when she specifically noted her impact to women and girls.

"To all the women and especially the young women who put their faith in this campaign and in me, I want you to know that nothing has made me prouder than to be your champion," Clinton said, her voice breaking with emotion.

There were audible cries — and some sobs — throughout the room.

Bill Clinton, while working the ropeline, wiped away tears.

Huma Abedin cried during the speech but kept a stoic face during much of the ropeline.

Clinton worked the ropeline after the event, moving from tearful conversation to tearful conversation.

She first spoke with Anastasia Somoza, the 32-year old woman diagnosed with cerebral palsy and spastic quadriplegia who interned for Clinton's Senate office.

Bending down to hug Somoza, Clinton told her, "You were so wonderful in every way. I love you."

"Thank you for all your work," Clinton told Somoza's mother.

She hugged Joel Bennenson and John Anzalone, two of her pollsters, who acknowledged to other aides last night that they didn't see the Trump wave coming.

She hugged Jim Margolis and Mandy Grunwald, who created many of the campaign's television ads.

Clinton left somewhat unceremoniously, departing through a blue curtain to the left of the room and later to her motorcade.

Donald Trump Winning Acceptance Victory Presidential Speech Transcript 2016 Live Streaming swearning in Ceremony When, Speech Live Video, Donald Trump US President 2016

Donald Trump Winning Acceptance Presidential Speech 2016 Live Streaming, Donald Trump sworningin Ceremony When, Donald Trump Speech Live Video, Donald Trump US President 2016

TRUMP: Thank you. Thank you very much, everyone.

Sorry to keep you waiting; complicated business; complicated.

Thank you very much.

TRUMP: I’ve just received a call from Secretary Clinton.

She congratulated us — it’s about us — on our victory, and I congratulated her and her family on a very, very hard-fought campaign. I mean, she — she fought very hard.

Hillary has worked very long and very hard over a long period of time, and we owe her a major debt of gratitude for her service to our country.

I mean that very sincerely.

Now it’s time for America to bind the wounds of division; have to get together. To all Republicans and Democrats and independents across this nation, I say it is time for us to come together as one united people.

It’s time. I pledge to every citizen of our land that I will be president for all Americans, and this is so important to me.

For those who have chosen not to support me in the past, of which there were a few people. . .
I’m reaching out to you for your guidance and your help so that we can work together and unify our great country.

As I’ve said from the beginning, ours was not a campaign, but rather an incredible and great movement made up of millions of hard-working men and women who love their country and want a better, brighter future for themselves and for their families.

It’s a movement comprised of Americans from all races, religions, backgrounds and beliefs who want and expect our government to serve the people, and serve the people it will.

Working together, we will begin the urgent task of rebuilding our nation and renewing the American dream. I’ve spent my entire life and business looking at the untapped potential in projects and in people all over the world. That is now what I want to do for our country.

Tremendous potential. I’ve gotten to know our country so well — tremendous potential. It’s going to be a beautiful thing. Every single American will have the opportunity to realize his or her fullest potential. The forgotten men and women of our country will be forgotten no longer.

We are going to fix our inner cities and rebuild our highways, bridges, tunnels, airports, schools, hospitals. We’re going to rebuild our infrastructure, which will become, by the way, second to none. And we will put millions of our people to work as we rebuild it.
We will also finally take care of our great veterans.

They’ve been so loyal, and I’ve gotten to know so many over this 18-month journey. The time I’ve spent with them during this campaign has been among my greatest honors. Our veterans are incredible people. We will embark upon a project of national growth and renewal. I will harness the creative talents of our people and we will call upon the best and brightest to leverage their tremendous talent for the benefit of all. It’s going to happen.

We have a great economic plan. We will double our growth and have the strongest economy anywhere in the world. At the same time, we will get along with all other nations willing to get along with us. We will be.

We’ll have great relationships. We expect to have great, great relationships. No dream is too big, no challenge is too great.
TRUMP: Nothing we want for our future is beyond our reach.
America will no longer settle for anything less than the best.

We must reclaim our country’s destiny and dream big and bold and daring. We have to do that. We’re going to dream of things for our country and beautiful things and successful things once again.
I want to tell the world community that while we will always put America’s interests first, we will deal fairly with everyone, with everyone — all people and all other nations. We will seek common ground, not hostility; partnership, not conflict.
And now I’d like to take this moment to thank some of the people who really helped me with this, what they are calling tonight, very, very historic victory.
First, I want to thank my parents, who I know are looking down on me right now.

Great people. I’ve learned so much from them. They were wonderful in every regard. I had truly great parents.
I also want to thank my sisters, Maryanne and Elizabeth, who are here with us tonight. And, where are they? They’re here someplace. They’re very shy, actually. And my brother Robert — my great friend. Where is Robert? Where is Robert?

My brother Robert. And they should all be on this stage, but that’s OK. They’re great. And also my late brother, Fred. Great guy. Fantastic guy.

Fantastic family. I was very lucky. Great brothers, sisters; great, unbelievable parents.
To Melania and Don. . .
. . . and Ivanka. . .

. . . and Eric and Tiffany and Baron, I love you and I thank you, and especially for putting up with all of those hours. This was tough.

This was tough. This political stuff is nasty and it’s tough. So I want to thank my family very much. Really fantastic. Thank you all. Thank you all.
And Lara, unbelievable job, unbelievable.
Vanessa, thank you. Thank you very much.
What a great group. You’ve all given me such incredible support, and I will tell you that we have a large group of people. You know, they kept saying we have a small staff. Not so small. Look at all the people that we have. Look at all of these people.
And Kellyanne and Chris and Rudy and Steve and David. We have got — we have got tremendously talented people up here. And I want to tell you, it’s been — it’s been very, very special. I want to give a very special thanks to our former mayor, Rudy Giuliani.

Unbelievable. Unbelievable. He traveled with us and he went through meetings. That Rudy never changes. Where’s Rudy? Where is he? Rudy.
Governor Chris Christie, folks, was unbelievable.

Thank you, Chris.
The first man, first senator, first major, major politician, and let me tell you, he is highly respected in Washington because he’s as smart as you get: Senator Jeff Sessions. Where is Jeff?

Great man.
Another great man, very tough competitor. He was not easy. He was not easy. Who is that? Is that the mayor that showed up?
Is that Rudy? Oh, Rudy got up here.
Another great man who has been really a friend to me. But I’ll tell you, I got to know him as a competitor because he was one of the folks that was negotiating to go against those Democrats: Dr. Ben Carson. Where is Ben?

Where is Ben?
TRUMP: And by the way, Mike Huckabee is here someplace, and he is fantastic. Mike and his family, Sarah — thank you very much.
General Mike Flynn. Where is Mike?

And General Kellogg. We have over 200 generals and admirals that have endorsed our campaign. And they’re special people and it’s really an honor. We have 22 congressional Medal of Honor recipients. We have just tremendous people.
A very special person who believed me and, you know, I’d read reports that I wasn’t getting along with him. I never had a bad second with him. He’s an unbelievable star. He is. . .
TRUMP: That’s right. How did you possibly guess? So let me tell you about Reince, and I’ve said this. I said, Reince — and I know it, I know. Look at all those people over there. I know it. Reince is a superstar. But I said, “They can’t call you a superstar, Reince, unless we win,” because you can’t be called a superstar — like Secretariat — if Secretariat came in second, Secretariat would not have that big, beautiful bronze bust at the track at Belmont.
But I’ll tell you, Reince is really a star. And he is the hardest-working guy. And in a certain way, I did this — Reince, come up here. Where is Reince? Get over here, Reince.

Boy oh boy oh boy. It’s about time you did this, Reince. My God.

Say a few words. No, come on, say something.
RNC CHAIRMAN REINCE PRIEBUS: Ladies and gentlemen, the next president of the United States, Donald Trump.

Thank you. It’s been an honor. God bless. Thank God.
TRUMP: Amazing guy.
Our partnership with the RNC was so important to the success and what we’ve done.
So I also have to say I’ve gotten to know some incredible people — the Secret Service people.

They’re tough and they’re smart and they’re sharp, and I don’t want to mess around with them, I can tell you. And when I want to go and wave to a big group of people and they rip me down and put me back down on the seat. But they are fantastic people, so I want to thank the Secret Service.

And law enforcement in New York City. They’re here tonight.

These are spectacular people, sometimes underappreciated unfortunately
but we appreciate them. We know what they go through.
So, it’s been what they call a historic event, but to be really historic, we have to do a great job. And I promise you that I will not let you down. We will do a great job. We will do a great job.

I look very much forward to being your president, and hopefully at the end of two years or three years or four years, or maybe even eight years. . .

. . . you will say, so many of you worked so hard for us, but you will say that — you will say that that was something that you really were very proud to do and I can. . .
TRUMP: Thank you very much.
And I can only say that while the campaign is over, our work on this movement is now really just beginning.

We’re going to get to work immediately for the American people. And we’re going to be doing a job that hopefully you will be so proud of your president. You’ll be so proud. Again, it’s my honor. It was an amazing evening. It’s been an amazing two-year period. And I love this country.
Thank you. Thank you very much.

Thank you to Mike Pence. Thank you.

US Swing States: Results Live Voting 2016 Florida Ohio Georgia North Carolina

US Swing States: Results Live Voting 2016 Florida Ohio Georgia North Carolina, Live Voting %, Who won in the Swing states,  US Live Voting November 8

Florida: 29 Electoral college votes

Ohio: 18 Electoral college votes

North Carolina: 15 Electoral college votes

Virginia: 13 Electoral college votes

Nevada: 6 Electoral college votes

Ohio: 18 Electoral college votes

Colorado: 9 Electoral college votes

Georgia: 16 Electoral college votes

Trump Shows Early-Vote Strength in Ohio Iowa, Early Voting Trends Results US Presidential Elections 2016, US Presidential Early Election Results 2016, US Election Results, US state wise election results, US early voting trends, US early voting pattern, Democrats or republicans in early voting, Clinton or trump in early voting

Trump Shows Early-Vote Strength in Ohio Iowa, Early Voting Trends Results US Presidential Elections 2016, US Presidential Early Election Results 2016, US Election Results, US state wise election results, US early voting trends, US early voting pattern, Democrats or republicans in early voting, Clinton or trump in early voting


Nearly 2 Millions Americans have already voted as of October 25, and early voting is showing Hillary Clinton going stronger than trump. In 2012, 129 million US Voters took part in the elections. Early Voting would go on till 4th November.

LIVE Highlights and Updates of US Presidential Election 2016:

  1. Hillary Clinton wins early vote in tiny New Hampshire town by a 4-2 margin over Donald Trump.

Results till now show.

  1. Clinton sees surge in swing states of North Carolina, Nevada
  2. As many as four in 10 voters expected to cast ballots early
  3. Democrats doing better than what they did in 2012 in states like North Carolina, Nevada, Colorado, Arizona and Utah.
  4. Trump is holding steady in Ohio, Iowa, and Georgia
  5. Polls show Hillary is running closer than expected in Texas
  6. Democrats and Republicans are running close in Florida, which is a good sign for Democrats as Republicans have good hold in Florida.
Early voting in battlegrounds where data is available (as of Nov. 3)
  Total mail
and early
Total mail
and early
Percent Democrat Percent Republican
State 2012 2016 2016 2016
Colorado 2090426 1406573 36.2 35.2
Florida 4789212 4867113 39.8 40
Iowa 688005 557432 43.5 34.4
Nevada 705052 622073 42.3 36.9
North Carolina 2774599 2337899 42.7 31.8
Source: United States Elections Project Bloomberg

Key County

The Ohio county where Trump held his national convention in July is presenting the greatest concern for Democrats so far. Clinton needs to generate a large advantage in Cuyahoga, home to Cleveland and a Democratic stronghold that’s the state’s most populous county, to offset Republican votes elsewhere. In 2012, Obama won by 256,613 votes in Cuyahoga, part of a statewide margin of 166,272.

Early-vote requests by Democrats in Cuyahoga County, however, are down 35 percent compared with the same point in 2012, and ballots returned are off by 31 percent, according to data from the county board of elections. Republicans are running slightly ahead.

The voting in Cuyahoga, Republicans say, shows a lack of enthusiasm for Clinton and that spells trouble for her, in part because 30 percent of county residents are black, a key Democratic voting bloc.

Democrats say it’s misleading to compare this year with 2012 because there are five fewer days of early voting. They say in-person and voting by mail numbers are increasing — and there’s still a final weekend of in-person voting, when churches organize “souls to the polls” efforts.

Running Behind

But Democrats are running slightly behind the number of accepted in-person and mail ballots cast at the same point in the 2012 election — in which Obama lost the state to Republican Mitt Romney by 2 percentage points — while Republicans are running 13 percent ahead, according to J. Michael Bitzer, a political-science professor at Catawba College in Salisbury.

Turnout by blacks is also down by 11 percent, compared with an increase of 20 percent for whites, in part because voting changes by the Republican-controlled legislature and governor that limited the number of polling sites during the first week of early voting, Bitzer said.

While black voters are making steady headway in eating into their deficit compared to 2012, early in-person voting ends on Saturday. The question will be whether Democrats shift to getting more black voters to show up on Election Day, he said.

Another variable this year is a 44 percent increase from 2012 so far in early ballots cast by unaffiliated voters, the fasting-growing bloc in the state, Bitzer said. Almost 40 percent of all registered voters under the age of 35 are unaffiliated, he said.

Both Clinton and Trump campaigned in North Carolina on Thursday, and Obama was there on Wednesday, saying the “fate of the world is teetering and you, North Carolina, are going to have to make sure that we push it in the right direction.’’

Republicans say they are pleased with early voting trends. They think Democrats will struggle to match Obama’s performance in early balloting, while they’ll exceed what Romney did four years ago.

“The momentum is definitely with Mr. Trump right now,” Chris Carr, the Republican National Committee’s political director, told reporters earlier this week.


Donald Trump November 6 Campaign live in Leesburg, Virginia, Details about Donald Trump’s sixth November Rally Schedule Time Location Tickets, Donald Trump daily campaigning schedule for US Presidential race 2016,US polls 2016

Donald Trump November 6 Campaign live in  Leesburg, Virginia, Details about Donald Trump’s sixth November Rally Schedule Time Location Tickets, Donald Trump daily campaigning schedule for US Presidential race 2016,US polls 2016

Here’s the tale of the tape for November 6:

Battleground states where the race is a virtual tie (a candidate leads by 3% or less) (8): Florida, Ohio, Nevada, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Colorado, New Hampshire, Iowa.

Battleground states Trump leads (1): Arizona.

Battleground states Clinton leads (5): Michigan, Virginia, Wisconsin, Maine, New Mexico.

Donald Trump Rally in Leesburg, Virginia at the Loudoun Fairgrounds (11/6/2016) – Full Speech: Donald Trump Campaign in Leesburg VA – Donald Trump Leesburg Speech, Virginia Rally

GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump Holds Campaign Rally in Leesburg, Virginia 

– SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 06, 2016 –

Donald J. Trump Leesburg Speech, Virginia Rally
​Loudoun Fairgrounds
9:30 PM

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