President Trump’s Cabinet STILL Not Filled

President Trump welcomed the majority of his Cabinet to the White House for the first time today and held his very first Cabinet meeting some 50+ days after his inauguration. While the mood was mostly light and the team was happy to be gathered together to begin the hard work of managing a nation of more than 315 MILLION people, there was one sour note at the event…

Four of President Trump’s Cabinet seats still remain unfilled because the Democrat Party has been reticent to confirm them.

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“Unfortunately not all of our cabinet members could join us. We have four empty seats, which is a terrible thing. Because the Senate Democrats are continuing to obstruct. Despite that, we have already assembled an historic team,” the President told the gathered media.

“Unfortunately not all of our cabinet members could join us. We have four empty seats, which is a terrible thing. Because the Senate Democrats are continuing to obstruct. Despite that, we have already assembled an historic team,” the President told the gathered media.

The Secretaries of Labor and Agriculture, Director of National Intelligence, and the U.S. trade representative all still await confirmation

Here’s what the President had to say in his first official cabinet meeting:

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