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The Cabinet Members And Officials Of A Trump Presidency - Comments

Trumps Plans Within The First 100-days To First Year Of Office As President

Part I of III - 20 to 24 November 2016

Trumps Plans Within The First 100-days To First Year Of Office As President

Part II of III - 25 November to 12 December 2016

Trumps Plans Within The First 100-days To First Year Of Office As President

Part III of III - 13 to 31 December 2016

 

U.S. Senate goes 'nuclear,' changes filibuster rules

 

Susan Davis and Richard Wolf, USA TODAY 3:06 p.m. EST November 21, 2013

 

Senate Democrats pushed through a controversial rules change known as the "nuclear option."

 

“WASHINGTON — Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., pushed through a controversial change to Senate rules Thursday that will make it easier to approve President Obama's nominees but threatens to further divide an already polarized Congress.

 

Fifty-two Senate Democrats and independents voted to weaken the power of the filibuster. The change reduces the threshold from 60 votes to 51 votes for Senate approval of executive and judicial nominees against unanimous GOP opposition. Three Democrats — Sens. Mark Pryor of Arkansas, Joe Manchin of West Virginia and Carl Levin of Michigan — opposed the change.

 

The rule change does not apply to Supreme Court nominees, who are still subject to a 60-vote filibuster threshold, or to legislation.

 

"The American people believe Congress is broken. The American people believe the Senate is broken. And I believe they are right," Reid said Thursday on the Senate floor. "The need for change is so very, very obvious."

 

The turning point in the decades-long debate over Senate filibuster rules was Republicans' decision to block all three of Obama's latest nominees to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit, the nation's second-most-powerful court with vast jurisdiction over federal agencies and regulations.”

http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/2013/11/21/harry-reid-nuclear-senate/3662445

 

In my view, thanks to the Democrats and now the American People, whom chose to elect Republicans in both Houses and the GOP nominee as President, when Trump chooses a Cabinet Member and un less he later changes his mind prior to be nominated by the Senate or if ever he chooses to fire an affirmed nominee in the future, his selection of Cabinet Members once announced are good to go. The only exception is if rogue Republican Senators go against their party’s GOP Nominee, nominated by GOP Delegates to be President and elected by the American People.

 

Established in Article II, Section 2 of the Constitution, the Cabinet's role is to advise the President on any subject he may require relating to the duties of each member's respective office. The tradition of the Cabinet dates back to the beginnings of the Presidency itself. Established in Article II, Section 2, of the Constitution, the Cabinet's role is to advise the President on any subject he may require relating to the duties of each member's respective office.

 

The Cabinet includes the Vice President and the heads of 15 executive departments — the Secretaries of Agriculture, Commerce, Defense, Education, Energy, Health and Human Services, Homeland Security, Housing and Urban Development, Interior, Labor, State, Transportation, Treasury, and Veterans Affairs, as well as the Attorney General.

 

All appointments will be up dated when Trump has selected key personnel in his Administration:

 

The Cabinet Members And Officials Of A Trump Presidency - Comments

 

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U.S. Senate goes 'nuclear,' changes filibuster rules

 

Susan Davis and Richard Wolf, USA TODAY 3:06 p.m. EST November 21, 2013

 

Senate Democrats pushed through a controversial rules change known as the "nuclear option."

 

“WASHINGTON — Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., pushed through a controversial change to Senate rules Thursday that will make it easier to approve President Obama's nominees but threatens to further divide an already polarized Congress.

 

Fifty-two Senate Democrats and independents voted to weaken the power of the filibuster. The change reduces the threshold from 60 votes to 51 votes for Senate approval of executive and judicial nominees against unanimous GOP opposition. Three Democrats — Sens. Mark Pryor of Arkansas, Joe Manchin of West Virginia and Carl Levin of Michigan — opposed the change.

 

The rule change does not apply to Supreme Court nominees, who are still subject to a 60-vote filibuster threshold, or to legislation.

 

"The American people believe Congress is broken. The American people believe the Senate is broken. And I believe they are right," Reid said Thursday on the Senate floor. "The need for change is so very, very obvious."

 

The turning point in the decades-long debate over Senate filibuster rules was Republicans' decision to block all three of Obama's latest nominees to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit, the nation's second-most-powerful court with vast jurisdiction over federal agencies and regulations.”

http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/2013/11/21/harry-reid-nuclear-senate/3662445

 

In my view, thanks to the Democrats and now the American People, whom chose to elect Republicans in both Houses and the GOP nominee as President, when Trump chooses a Cabinet Member and un less he later changes his mind prior to be nominated by the Senate or if ever he chooses to fire an affirmed nominee in the future, his selection of Cabinet Members once announced are good to go. The only exception is if rogue Republican Senators go against their party’s GOP Nominee, nominated by GOP Delegates to be President and elected by the American People.

 

Established in Article II, Section 2 of the Constitution, the Cabinet's role is to advise the President on any subject he may require relating to the duties of each member's respective office. The tradition of the Cabinet dates back to the beginnings of the Presidency itself. Established in Article II, Section 2, of the Constitution, the Cabinet's role is to advise the President on any subject he may require relating to the duties of each member's respective office.

 

The Cabinet includes the Vice President and the heads of 15 executive departments — the Secretaries of Agriculture, Commerce, Defense, Education, Energy, Health and Human Services, Homeland Security, Housing and Urban Development, Interior, Labor, State, Transportation, Treasury, and Veterans Affairs, as well as the Attorney General.

 

All appointments will be up dated when Trump has selected key personnel in his Administration:

 

President Donald J. Trump

 

Vice President Mike Pence from Indiana, former Governor - Elected November 8, 2016 - Took office January 20, 2017

 

Department of State - Secretary of State Exxon Mobil Chairman and CEO Rex Tillerson from Texas - Announced December 13, 2016 - Took office February 1, 2017 - state.gov

 

Department of the Treasury - Secretary of the Treasury Steven Mnuchin from California - Announced November 30, 2016 - Took office February 13, 2017 - treasury.gov

 

Department of Defense - Secretary of Defense James Mattis, Former General (USMC) from Washington - Announced December 1, 2016 - Took office January 20, 2017 - defense.gov

 

Department of Justice - Attorney General Jeff Sessions from Alabama, former Senator - Announced November 18, 2016 - Took office February 9, 2017 - usdoj.gov

 

Department of the Interior - Secretary of the Interior, and as appointed was Representative Ryan Zinke from Montana - Announced December 15, 2016 - doi.gov

Department of Agriculture - Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue from Georgia, former Governor - Announced January 18, 2017 - usda.gov
 
Department of Commerce - Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross Jr. from Florida - Announced November 30, 2016 - commerce.gov

 

President-elect Donald Trump was expected to select Wilbur Ross Jr. as secretary of the Commerce Department, the Wall Street Journal reported on Wednesday, citing two people familiar with the deliberations. Ross, 78, is the billionaire chairman of private equity firm W.L. Ross & Co, which is known for buying up failed companies. A decision that reflects his campaign against existing free trade agreements. The officials would not be named because they were not authorized to speak on the record.

Department of Labor - Secretary of Labor Alexander Acosta

Andrew Puzder from Tennessee - Announced December 8, 2016 - dol.gov

 

Department of Health and Human Services - Secretary of Health and Human Services
Tom Price from Georgia, former Representative - Announced November 29, 2016 - Took office February 10, 2017 - hhs.gov
 
Department of Housing and Urban Development - Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Benjamin Carson from Florida - Announced December 5, 2016 - hud.gov
 
Department of Transportation - Secretary of Transportation Elaine Chao from Kentucky, former Secretary - Announced November 29, 2016 - Took office January 31, 2017 - dot.gov
 
Department of Energy - Secretary of Energy Rick Perry from Texas, former Governor of Texas - Announced December 14, 2016 - energy.gov
 
Department of Education
- Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos from Michigan - Announced November 23, 2016 - Took office February 7, 2017 - ed.gov
 
Department of Veterans Affairs - Secretary of Veterans Affairs David Shulkin, former Under Secretary from Pennsylvania - Announced January 11, 2017 - Took office February 14, 2017 - va.gov
 
Department of Homeland Security - Secretary of Homeland Security Elaine Duke (acting), former John F. Kelly from Virginia, former General (USMC) - Announced December 7, 2016 - Took office January 20, 2017 - dhs.gov

 

The following positions have the status of Cabinet-rank:
 
White House Chief of Staff - John F. Kelly from Virginia, former Secretary of Homeland Security and General (USMC) - Announced December 7, 2016 - Took office January 20, 2017 Reince Priebus from Wisconsin, the former chairman of the Republican National Committee (RNC) - Announced November 13, 2016 - Took office January 20, 2017

 

Environmental Protection Agency - Administrator Scott Pruitt from Oklahoma, former Oklahoma Attorney General - Announced December 7, 2016 - epa.gov

 

Director of the Office of Management and Budget as appointed Representative Mick Mulvaney from South Carolina - Announced December 16, 2016 - whitehouse.gov/omb

 

United States Trade Representative - Ambassador Robert Lighthizer from Maryland - Announced January 3, 2017 - ustr.gov

 

Ambassador to the United Nations - Ambassador Nikki Haley from South Carolina, former Governor - Announced November 23, 2016 - Took office January 27, 2017 - usun.state.gov

 

Council of Economic Advisers - Chairman
whitehouse.gov/administration/eop/cea
 

Small Business Administration - Administrator - Linda McMahon from Connecticut -
Announced December 7, 2016 - Took office February 14, 2017

https://www.whitehouse.gov/administration/cabinet

 

Senior Advisor to the President of the United States - Stephen Miller (2017–present) and Jared Kushner (2017–present), Trump’s son-in-law

 

Chief of Staff, Strategist and Senior Counselor - John Kelly; former Stephen K. Bannon

 

Stephen Kevin "Steve" Bannon is an American businessman and media executive. He is the executive chairman of Breitbart News, a politically conservative American news, opinion and commentary website noted for its connection to the alt-right. He became chief executive officer of the 2016 presidential campaign of Donald Trump in August 2016. Bannon will be chief strategist and Senior Counselor for the Presidency of Donald Trump.

 

Deputy Chiefs of StaffJoe Hagin (2017–present) and Rick Dearborn (2017–present), former Katie Walsh (2017).

 

Counselor to the President - Kellyanne Conway (2017–present)

 

Director of Strategic Communications - Hope Hicks (2017–present)

 

Homeland Security Advisor - Tom Bossert (2017–present)

 

White House Counsel - Don McGahn, veteran Washington, D.C., campaign finance attorney

 

The U.S. Senate on Monday, 10/16/2017 voted to confirm President Donald Trump's nomination of Callista Gingrich to be the U.S. Ambassador to the Vatican.

 

National Security Adviser - Feb 20 (Reuters) – U.S. President Donald Trump on Monday named Lieutenant General Herbert Raymond McMaster (2017–present), replacing Lt. Gen. Mike Flynn (2017), who resigned February 2017 amid Russia sanctions discussion.

 

Presidency of Donald Trump - Firing of Michael Flynn

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Presidency_of_Donald_Trump#cite_note-37

 

“On February 13, 2017, Trump fired Michael Flynn from the post of National Security Adviser” (Ref. Shear, Michael. "How the White House Explains Waiting 18 Days to Fire Michael Flynn". NY Times. Retrieved August 10, 2017).

 

“The given reason for the termination was that he had lied to Vice President Pence about his communications with the Russian ambassador to the United States, Sergey Kislyak” (Ref. Boyer, Dave. "Trump made right call in firing Flynn, White House says". The Washington Times. Retrieved August 10, 2017).

 

“Flynn was fired amidst the ongoing controversy concerning Russian interference in the 2016 United States elections and accusations that Trump's electoral team colluded with Russian agents. In May 2017, Sally Yates testified before Senate Judiciary's Subcommittee on Crime and Terrorism that she had told White House Counsel Don McGahn in late January 2017 that Flynn had misled Vice President Mike Pence and other administration officials and warned that Flynn was potentially compromised by Russia” (Ref. "Sally Yates says she warned White House that Flynn was a blackmail risk". CNN. Retrieved August 10, 2017”.

 

“Flynn remained in his post for another two weeks and was fired after The Washington Post broke the story. Yates was fired by Donald Trump on January 30, two days after she warned Trump officials about Flynn” (Ref. "Trump fires acting Attorney General who defied him on immigration". chicago.suntimes.com. Retrieved February 12, 2017).

 

The Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs, commonly referred to as the National Security Advisor or at times informally termed the NSC advisor, is a senior aide in the Executive Office of the President, based at the West Wing of the White House, who serves as the chief in-house advisor to the President of the United States on national security.

 

Deputy National Security Adviser - Kathleen Troia “K.T.” McFarland

 

Officially, Trump filled two staff slots on Friday, November 25, 2016, naming veteran Washington, D.C., campaign finance attorney Don McGahn as White House counsel and Kathleen Troia “K.T.” McFarland as deputy national security adviser.

 

Communications Director - Jason Miller Hope Hicks (interim) (2017-present), former Anthony Scaramucci (2017); Michael Dubke (2017) and Sean Spicer (2017).

 

Chair of the Council of Economic Advisers – Vacant

 

Chair of the Securities and Exchange Commission - Jay Clayton (2017–present)

 

Chair of the Federal Communications Commission - Ajit Varadaraj Pai (2017–present)

 

Director of the National Economic Council - Gary Cohn (2017–present)

 

Director of Social Media - Director Dan Scavino

 

White House Press Secretary - Sarah Huckabee Sanders (2017–present), former Sean Spicer (2017), the former Republican National Committee spokesman.

 

The White House Press Secretary is a senior White House official whose primary responsibility is to act as spokesperson for the United States government administration, especially with regard to the President, senior executives, and policies. The press secretary is responsible for collecting information about actions and events within the president's administration and issues the administration's reactions to developments around the world. The press secretary interacts with the media, and deals with the White House press corps on a daily basis, generally in a daily press briefing. The press secretary serves by the appointment of and at the pleasure of the president; the office does not require the advice and consent of the U.S. Senate, though because of the frequent briefings given to the media, who in turn inform the public, the position is still a very prominent non-Cabinet post.”

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/White_House_Press_Secretary

 

Director of National Intelligence - Daniel Coats from Indiana, former Senator - Announced January 7, 2017

 

Director of the Central Intelligence Agency - CIA Chief Mike Pompeo from Kansas, former Representative - Announced November 18, 2016 - Took office January 23, 2017

 

Officially, Trump filled two staff slots on Friday, November 25, 2016, naming veteran Washington, D.C., campaign finance attorney Don McGahn as White House counsel and Kathleen Troia “K.T.” McFarland as deputy national security adviser.

 

“The Director of the Central Intelligence Agency (D/CIA) is a statutory office (50 U.S.C. § 3036) which functions as the head of the Central Intelligence Agency, which in turn is a part of the United States Intelligence Community” (Ref. [1])

 

The Director reports to the Director of National Intelligence (DNI) (former Indiana Senator Dan Coats) and is assisted by the Deputy Director of the Central Intelligence Agency. The Director is a civilian or a general/flag officer of the armed forces” (Ref. [2])

 

Nominated by the President, with the concurring or nonconcurring recommendation from the DNI” (Ref. [3]) and must be confirmed by a majority vote of the Senate” (Ref. [4]).

 

1. 5 U.S.C. § 5313

2. 10 U.S.C. § 528 Officers serving in certain intelligence positions: military status; exclusion from distribution and strength limitations; pay and allowances

3. 50 U.S.C. § 403-6 Appointment of officials responsible for intelligence-related activities

4. 50 U.S.C. § 3036 Director of the Central Intelligence Agency”

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Director_of_the_Central_Intelligence_Agency

 

Cabinet of Donald Trump, Photos of said same and Confirmation process timeline

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cabinet_of_Donald_Trump

 

FBI Director - Christopher A. Wray (2017–present), former Andrew G. McCabe (acting) (2017) and James Comey1 (2013–2017) (Appointed by Barack Obama) was fired by President Trump May, 9 2017.

 

“The Federal Bureau of Investigation is the domestic intelligence and security service of the United States, which simultaneously serves as the nation's prime federal law enforcement agency. Operating under the jurisdiction of the U.S. Department of Justice, the FBI is concurrently a member of the U.S. Intelligence Community and reports to both the Attorney General and the Director of National Intelligence. A leading U.S. counterterrorism, counterintelligence, and criminal investigative organization, the FBI has jurisdiction over violations of more than 200 categories of federal crimes.

 

A federal statute enacted in 1976 — Pub. L. 94-503, quoted in the notes follow 28 U.S.C.A. § 532 — says that the Director of the FBI shall be appointed by the President, with the advice and consent of the Senate, for 10 years, and “A Director may not serve more than one ten-year term.” (That was apparently a reaction to the power accumulated by J. Edgar Hoover during his many years in office.) Now “The Obama administration is asking Congress to extend by two years the term of FBI Director Robert Mueller, who transformed the bureau to fight terrorism.” http://volokh.com/2011/05/16/the-length-of-the-fbi-directors-term

 

Firing of James Comey

Main article: Dismissal of James Comey

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dismissal_of_James_Comey

 

“On May 9, 2017, Trump fired FBI Director James Comey. In explaining his decision to fire Comey, the Trump administration cited Comey's handling of the Hillary Clinton email controversy” (Ref. "Rod Rosenstein's letter recommending Comey be fired". BBC News. May 10, 201)7.

 

“In firing Comey, Trump relied on a memo written by Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein that criticized Comey for publicly announcing that the case involving Clinton's emails would not be prosecuted. Rosenstein argued that Comey overstepped his role and that the Justice Department determines whether a case should be prosecuted” (Ref. "A statement from Press Secretary Sean Spicer and letters from President Trump, Attorney General Jeff Sessions, and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein" (PDF). The White House. May 9, 2017. Retrieved May 10, 2017).

 

“However, many critics of Trump accused him of using Comey's handling of the Clinton investigation as a pretext for Comey's dismissal; instead, these critics argue that Comey was dismissed due to his investigation into the Trump administration's ties with Russia” (Ref. Wittes, Benjamin; Hennessey, Susan (May 9, 2017). "The Nightmare Scenario: Trump Fires Comey, the One Man Who Would Stand Up to Him". Lawfare Blog. Retrieved May 10, 2017).

 

“Governance experts said that the firing of Comey was highly significant and abnormal, with the action raising concerns about checks and balances in American democracy broadly” (Ref. Dawsey, Josh. "'He got tired of him'". Politico. Retrieved May 11, 2017). 

 

“Days after firing Comey, Trump stated that he would have fired Comey regardless of Rosenstein's recommendations, describing Comey as a "showboat." (Ref. Bender, Michael C. (May 11, 2017). "Donald Trump Says He Decided to Fire James Comey Before Rod Rosenstein Letter". The Wall Street Journal. Retrieved May 12, 2017).

 

“In a meeting with the Russian Foreign Minister and Ambassador to the US, Trump asserted Comey was a "nut job" and that this would relieve pressure off of him regarding his relationship with Russia” (Ref. "Comey "lost the confidence" of FBI employees, says Sarah Huckabee Sanders". Retrieved May 11, 2017).

 

“In the aftermath of Comey's firing, various news outlets compared the firing to the "Saturday Night Massacre," a constitutional crisis that occurred during Richard Nixon's administration” (Ref. Goldman, Adam; Savage, Charlie (May 10, 2017). "Inside the F.B.I., Stunned Agents Wonder About Future of Russia Inquiry". The New York Times. Retrieved May 11, 2017; Kopan, Tal; Brown, Pamela; Perez, Evan; Prokupecz, Shimon (May 10, 2017). "Comey firing sends shockwaves through FBI rank-and-file". CNN

Levine, Mike (May 11, 2017) and "New acting FBI chief pushes back on WH assertion that rank and file lost confidence in Comey". ABC News.).

 

“Comey prepared detailed memos, some of which are classified, documenting most of his meetings and telephone conversations with President Trump’ (Ref. Taylor, Jessica (June 8, 2017). "Comey Accuses White House Of 'Lies, Plain And Simple'". NPR. Retrieved June 8, 2017 and "'Lies, Plain and Simple': Comey Calls Out Trump Admin for Saying FBI Was in 'Disarray'". Fox News Insider. June 8, 2017. Retrieved June 8, 2017).

 

“He told the Senate Intelligence Committee that he created written records immediately after his conversations with Trump because he "was honestly concerned that he [Trump] might lie about the nature of our meeting"” (Ref. "'Lies, Plain and Simple': Comey Calls Out Trump Admin for Saying FBI Was in 'Disarray'". Fox News Insider. June 8, 2017. Retrieved June 8, 2017.

 

“The Times noted that contemporaneous notes created by FBI agents are frequently relied upon "in court as credible evidence of conversations." (Ref. Taylor, Jessica (June 8, 2017). "Comey Accuses White House Of 'Lies, Plain And Simple'". NPR. Retrieved June 8, 2017).

 

“In his memo about a February 14, 2017, Oval Office meeting between Comey and Trump, Comey says Trump attempted to persuade him to abort the investigation into General Flynn” (Ref. Malloy, Allie (May 10, 2017). "Trump says he fired Comey because he wasn't 'doing a good job'". CNN. Retrieved May 11, 2017; Taylor, Jessica (June 8, 2017). "Comey Accuses White House Of 'Lies, Plain And Simple'". NPR. Retrieved June 8, 2017 and Bennett, Brian (May 11, 2017). "Trump to NBC's Lester Holt: Comey's 'a showboat,' 'I was going to fire regardless of recommendation'". Los Angeles Times).

 

“According to the memo, the president stated, "I hope you can see your way clear to letting this go, to letting Flynn go. He is a good guy. I hope you can let this go." (Ref. Taylor, Jessica (June 8, 2017). "Comey Accuses White House Of 'Lies, Plain And Simple'". NPR. Retrieved June 8, 2017).

 

“Comey made no commitments to Trump on the subject (Ref. Taylor, Jessica (June 8, 2017). "Comey Accuses White House Of 'Lies, Plain And Simple'". NPR. Retrieved June 8, 2017).

 

“Two Comey associates who saw Comey's memo described it as two pages long and highly detailed (Ref. "President Trump just completely contradicted the official White House account of the Comey firing". The Week. May 11, 2017. Retrieved May 11, 2017).

 

“The Times reported that the memo, which is not classified, was part of a "paper trail" created by Comey to document "what he perceived as the president’s improper efforts to influence a continuing investigation" (Ref. Taylor, Jessica (June 8, 2017). "Comey Accuses White House Of 'Lies, Plain And Simple'". NPR. Retrieved June 8, 2017).

 

“Comey shared the memo with "a very small circle of people at the FBI and Justice Department." "President Trump just completely contradicted the official White House account of the Comey firing". The Week. May 11, 2017. Retrieved May 11, 2017.

 

“Comey and other senior FBI officials perceived Trump's remarks "as an effort to influence the investigation, but they decided that they would try to keep the conversation secret — even from the F.B.I. agents working on the Russia investigation — so the details of the conversation would not affect the investigation" (Ref. Taylor, Jessica (June 8, 2017). "Comey Accuses White House Of 'Lies, Plain And Simple'". NPR. Retrieved June 8, 2017). https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Presidency_of_Donald_Trump

 

Federal Reserve Board - The Federal Reserve System is the central banking system of the United States. It was created on December 23, 1913, with the enactment of the Federal Reserve Act in response to a series of financial panics that showed the need for central control of the monetary system if crises are to be avoided. Over the years, events such as the Great Depression in the 1930s and the Great Recession during the 2000s led to the expansion of the roles and responsibilities of the Federal Reserve System.”

 

“The Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, commonly known as the Federal Reserve Board, is the main governing body of the Federal Reserve System. It is charged with overseeing the Federal Reserve Banks and with helping implement monetary policy of the United States. Governors are appointed by the President of the United States and confirmed by the Senate for staggered 14-year terms. By law, the appointments must yield a "fair representation of the financial, agricultural, industrial, and commercial interests and geographical divisions of the country". As stipulated in the Banking Act of 1935, the Chairman and Vice Chairman of the Board are two of seven members of the Board of Governors who are appointed by the President from among the sitting Governors” (Ref. [1] & [2]).

 

The Board of Governors does not receive funding from Congress, and the terms of the seven members of the Board span multiple presidential and congressional terms. Once a member of the Board of Governors is appointed by the president, he or she functions mostly independently. The Board is required to make an annual report of operations to the Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives” (Ref. [3]).

 

It also supervises and regulates the operations of the Federal Reserve Banks, and the U.S. banking system in general. Membership is by statute limited in term, and a member that has served for a full 14 year term is not eligible for reappointment. There are numerous occasions where an individual was appointed to serve the remainder of another member's uncompleted term, and has been reappointed to serve a full 14-year term. Since "upon the expiration of their terms of office, members of the Board shall continue to serve until their successors are appointed and have qualified". It is possible for a member to serve for significantly longer than a full term of 14 years. The law provides for the removal of a member of the Board by the President "for cause"” (Ref. [4]).

 

The Chair and Vice Chair of the Board of Governors are appointed by the President from among the sitting Governors. They both serve a four-year term and they can be renominated as many times as the President chooses, until their terms on the Board of Governors expire” (Ref. [1]).

 

The current members of the Board of Governors are as follows” Ref. [5]):

 

Chair - Janet Yellen (2014–present) - Appointed by Barack Obama; term ends in January/February 2018. - Kehoe, Jeff (November 27, 2016). "Donald Trump set to reshape US Federal Reserve". The Australian Financial Review. 

 

Entered office: February 3, 2014 (as Chair)

Term expires: February 3, 2018 (as Chair)

Term expires: January 31, 2024 (as Governor)

 

“Louise Yellen is an American economist. She is the Chair of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, previously serving as Vice Chair from 2010 to 2014. Previously, she was President and Chief Executive Officer of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco; Chair of the White House Council of Economic Advisers under President Bill Clinton; and business professor at the University of California, Berkeley, Haas School of Business.

 

Vice Chair Stanley Fischer3 (2014–present)” (Ref. "Fed may face unnerving shake-up under Trump administration". The Globe and Mail. Toronto).

 

Appointed by Barack Obama; term ends in June 2018. Trump intends to "most likely" appoint a replacement” (Ref. "Former BB&T chief has called for abolishing the Fed. Now he'd be interested in leading it.". The News & Observer. Raleigh, North Carolina).

 

Stanley Fischer (Vice-Chair)  

Entered office: June 16, 2014 (as Vice-Chair)[7]

Term expires: June 12, 2018 (as Vice Chair)

Term expires: January 31, 2020 (as Governor)

 

Daniel Tarullo

Entered office: January 28, 2009

Term expires: January 31, 2022

 

Jerome H. Powell

Entered office: May 25, 2012            

Term expires: January 31, 2028

 

Lael Brainard

Entered office: June 16, 2014            

Term expires: January 31, 2026

 

Vacant              

Vacant              

Source: [8]

 

1. See 12 U.S.C. § 241

2. Federal Reserve (January 16, 2009). "Board of Governors FAQ". Federal Reserve. Retrieved 2009-01-16. 

3. 12 U.S.C. § 247.

4. See 12 U.S.C. § 242.

5. "FRB: Board Members". Federalreserve.gov. 2013-09-03. Retrieved 2014-01-11. 

6. "Membership of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, 1914–Present". FederalReserve.gov. Retrieved 2014-06-13. 

7. Schroeder, Robert, [1], FRB Website, June 16, 2014. Retrieved 2014-06-16.

8. "About the Fed" on the Federal Reserve Board of Governors website.”

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Federal_Reserve_Board_of_Governors#cite_note-federalreserve1-2

 

Will Donald Trump Leave The Federal Reserve Alone? St. Louis Fed President Says Fed Will Hold President-Elect To His Word - By Marcy Kreiter @marcykreiter On 11/20/16 AT 3:57 PM

 

“St. Louis Fed President James Bullard said Sunday the U.S. Federal Reserve will hold President-elect Donald Trump to his word on preserving the central bank’s independence.

Bullard, who said last week he could see supporting a December rate hike, told the German business daily Handelsblatt the transition team has said “it wants to protect the independence of the Fed.”

 

"If inflation were at 15 percent like it was in the 1980s, there would perhaps be a reason to say that something isn't right and it has to be changed. But that is not the case today," the Fed policymaker said.”

http://www.ibtimes.com/will-donald-trump-leave-federal-reserve-alone-st-louis-fed-president-says-fed-will-2448850

 

Doesn’t look like the Federal Renewable Reserve Depository received enough interest as a competitor to the Feds, so we will continue to print money for the Feds, forever borrowing and using a credit card to fund the government, unless Trumps plans will generate enough money from taxes to pay off the national deficit.

 

“Who are Trump's attorney general, national security adviser and CIA chief?

 

The president-elect has appointed Jeff Sessions, Michael Flynn and Mike Pompeo.

 

None are without controversy Jeff Sessions, Michael Flynn and Mike Pompeo. Composite: Reuters

 

Matthew Weaver and Nadia Khomami - Friday 18 November 2016 16.30 GMT Last modified on Saturday 19 November 2016 20.05 GMT

 

Jeff Sessions

 

Sessions, who has been offered the job of attorney general in Donald Trump’s cabinet, is known as one of the most rightwing and anti-immigration members of the Senate.

He was born in 1946 in Selma, Alabama, site of the start of the historic civil rights march to Montgomery in 1965.

 

In 1986, in a rare move, his nomination by Ronald Reagan to be a federal judge was rejected by Congress after several attorneys testified that he had made racist comments.

Jeff Sessions is Trump's choice for attorney general, reports say

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Sessions, who has been a senator for Alabama for nearly 20 years after practising law in the state, has long campaigned for strict controls on immigration. Last year he wrote a 25-page report blaming immigration for job losses and welfare dependency.

 

The Immigration Handbook for the New Republican Majority argues for limiting work visas and “establishing firm control over entry and exit in the United States”.

 

Sessions wrote: “For decades, the American people have begged and pleaded for a just and lawful system of immigration that serves their interests – but their demands are refused. For years, Americans have been scorned and mocked by the elite denizens of Washington and Wall Street for having legitimate concerns about how uncontrolled immigration impacts their jobs, wages, schools, hospitals, police departments, and communities.”

 

Michael Flynn

 

A retired army lieutenant general, Flynn has been offered the job of national security adviser. The 57-year-old was the only national security figure of his rank to publicly align himself with Trump and remained loyal to the businessman throughout his campaign.

 

While other national security experts criticised and denounced the GOP nominee, Flynn took part in campaign rallies where he led chants against Hillary Clinton, including those that called for her to be locked up. “The enemy camp in this case is Hillary Rodham Clinton,” Flynn said in Florida during the summer.

 

The three-star general also delivered what was reported to be a “fiery” speech at the Republican national convention, where he lambasted Barack Obama’s “empty speeches and his misguided rhetoric”, which he said had “caused the world to have no respect for America’s word”, or might.

 

Flynn, who in 2015 declared himself a registered Democrat, held senior positions in the 18th Airborne Corps, at the joint chiefs of staff at the Pentagon and at US central command, which runs US military operations in the Middle East.

 

He served as a top intelligence adviser to Gen Stanley McChrystal in Iraq and Afghanistan. Between 2012 and 2014, he ran the Defence Intelligence Agency (DIA), one of the highest positions a military intelligence officer can attain, but his tenure was cut short over clashes with top Obama administration officials. One of the people who played a leading role in Flynn’s departure was James Clapper, the director of national intelligence who announced his resignation on Thursday.

 

Flynn has since proven himself to be a controversial figure and public opponent of Obama’s foreign policy. In his 2016 book, The Field of Fight: How We Can Win the Global War Against Radical Islam and Its Allies, co-authored with the historian and former Reagan administration official Michael Ledeen, he wrote that he is “not a devotee of so-called political correctness”.

 

He has come under fire for regularly appearing on Russian state-owned television station RT, and once attended a gala hosted by the channel, sitting two places away from the Russian president, Vladimir Putin. He later said his speaker’s bureau had arranged his trip to Russia and that he saw no distinction between RT and other news outlets such as CNN and MSNBC.

 

Flynn was once opposed to waterboarding and other banned extreme interrogation techniques, but, according to the Washington Post, in reference to Trump’s previously stated openness to reinstating such techniques, he said he “would be reluctant to take options off the table”. Asked by al-Jazeera if he would support Trump’s threat to kill the families of suspected terrorists, he said: “I would have to see the circumstances of that situation.”

 

Flynn would oversee about 400 people.

 

Mike Pompeo

 

Pompeo, offered the job of CIA chief, has been the Republican representative for Kansas’s 4th congressional district since 2011.

 

The 52-year-old is a Harvard law graduate who represents the Wichita area in the House. He is a member of the conservative Tea Party movement and served as a Kansas representative on the Republican National Committee.

 

Pompeo originally backed Marco Rubio for the GOP nomination but later supported Trump following his victory in the primaries. “You have seen him make good decisions in his business life, his family life – with his children, so I am excited for a commander in chief who fearlessly puts America out in front,” Pompeo said of Trump in July.

 

But he has not been afraid to criticise the president-elect, and when a 2005 tape emerged of Trump boasting of groping and kissing women without their consent, Pompeo called the comments “horrible, offensive and indefensible”.

 

As a congressional candidate in 2010, Pompeo had to personally apologise for a tweet his campaign sent out promoting an article that called his opponent Raj Goyle, an Indian-American Democrat, a “turban topper” who “could be a muslim, a hindy, a buddhist etc who knows”. His campaign also put up billboard ads encouraging people in the area to “vote American”.

 

Pompeo is a lifetime member of the National Rifle Association, which endorsed him for Congress. He is also a hardliner on abortion, keen to ban it in all instances except where the mother’s life is at risk. He has also voted against the renewal of the Violence Against Women Act. He opposed closing Guantánamo Bay, and after a 2013 visit to the prison, said of prisoners who were on hunger strike: “It looked to me like a lot of them had put on weight.”\

 

In 2013, Pompeo was widely criticized by Democrats and the Council on American-Islamic Relations for saying that Muslim clerics who did not properly chastise Islamic terrorists were “complicit” in terror attacks.

 

Pompeo told the floor of the House: “When the most devastating terrorist attacks on America in the last 20 years come overwhelmingly from people of a single faith, and are performed in the name of that faith, a special obligation falls on that faith’s leaders to respond. Instead, their silence has made most Islamic leaders across America complicit in these acts.”

 

He is staunchly against the Iran deal and in an op-ed for Fox News in July, wrote that the deal puts the US at increased risk. “Congress must act to change Iranian behaviour, and, ultimately, the Iranian regime,” he wrote.

 

Before joining Congress, Pompeo ran an oilfield supply and distribution company and has been a stalwart critic of the US Environmental Protection Agency’s efforts to regulate carbon emissions.

 

Earlier this year it was thought he would enter the race against US senator Jerry Moran in the primaries but in the end he decided not to. “The 85 days remaining before the first votes are cast plus my especially consuming commitments to current duties on the Benghazi committee, the house intelligence committee and a new investigatory intelligence task force will preclude the kind of campaign that Kansans deserve,” Pompeo said in a statement.

 

• This article was amended on 18 November 2016. An earlier version said incorrectly that James Clapper was the CIA director.”

https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2016/nov/17/sessions-flynn-and-pompeo-who-are-the-potential-trump-cabinet-picks-

 

Pentagon and intelligence community chiefs have urged Obama to remove the head of the NSA

 

The heads of the Pentagon and the nation’s intelligence community have recommended to President Obama that the director of the National Security Agency, Adm. Michael S. Rogers, be removed.

 

The recommendation, delivered to the White House last month, was made by Defense Secretary Ashton B. Carter and Director of National Intelligence James R. Clapper Jr., according to several U.S. officials familiar with the matter.

 

Action has been delayed, some administration officials said, because relieving Rogers of his duties is tied to another controversial recommendation: to create separate chains of command at the NSA and the military’s cyberwarfare unit, a recommendation by Clapper and Carter that has been stalled because of other issues.

 

The news comes as Rogers is being considered by President-elect Donald Trump to be his nominee for director of national intelligence to replace Clapper as the official who oversees all 17 U.S. intelligence agencies. In a move apparently unprecedented for a military officer, Rogers, without notifying superiors, traveled to New York to meet with Trump on Thursday at Trump Tower. That caused consternation at senior levels of the administration, according to the officials, who spoke on the condition of anonymity to discuss internal personnel matters.

 

The White House, Pentagon and Office of the Director of National Intelligence declined to comment. The NSA did not respond to requests for comment. Carter has concerns with Rogers’s performance, officials said. The driving force for Clapper, meanwhile, was the separation of leadership roles at the NSA and U.S. Cyber Command, and his stance that the NSA should be headed by a civilian.

http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/pentagon-and-intelligence-community-chiefs-have-urged-obama-to-remove-the-head-of-the-nsa/ar-AAkvzBr?li=BBnb7Kz&ocid=iehp

 

Trumps Plans within the first 100-days to First Year of Office as President - Comments

http://rleeermey.org/viewtopic.php?t=30143&sid=ea5fb62843c4d40dc797ff38a4688ece

 

Immigration polices and securing the boarder

 

Suspend immigration from regions compromised by terrorism and where vetting cannot safely occur.

 

End all federal funding to sanctuary cities that circumvent the law in order to provide protection to illegal immigrants.

 

Begin constructing the wall along the Southern border.

 

Begin removing the more than two million criminal illegal immigrants.

 

(Creating an equitable INS Program that would include evaluation of work visa programs and visa tracking policies said to be on Trumps agenda for his first year of office.)

 

Gangs in Cities

 

Pass the Restoring Community Safety Act in order to reduce crime, drugs, and violence in our cities, and provide funding for programs that train and assist local police.

 

“America First” foreign polices

 

Set the standard for an “America First” foreign policy that ends regime-change, nation-building, and instead focuses on a motto of peace through strength.

 

Cut the government regulations that lead businesses to leave our country in the first place.

 

(Policies include Tax Reform, reducing Corporate Taxes and incentives to encourage 2 trillion off shore wealth to return to America, creating jobs through investment, by constructing new manufacturers that don’t necessarily rely on automation.)

 

Currency Manipulators

 

Direct the Secretary of the Treasury to label China a currency manipulator.

 

International Treaties

 

Announce our official withdrawal from the TPP.

 

"I am going to issue a notification of intent to withdraw from the Trans-Pacific Partnership," Trump said.

 

Renegotiate NAFTA into terms that protect the American worker.

 

Cancel billions of dollars in payments to U.N. climate change programs, and use that money to fix our own country.

 

Iran Nuclear Agreement canceled or renegotiated

 

Rebuilding the National Economy Creating Jobs

 

Lift the restrictions on the production of $50 trillion dollars worth of American energy, including shale, oil, natural gas, and clean coal. President Barack Obama's plan to reduce carbon emissions will be impacted, including the Paris climate agreement, re opening Coal plants all around the country.

 

“Trump says millions of coal jobs will come back in deeply affected communities.”

 

Introduce an infrastructure package to modernize our country.

 

End bans on offshore drilling in order to end our dependence on Middle East oil and make America energy independent.

 

Sign into law the Senate’s existing bill to build the Keystone Pipeline.

 

"I will cancel job-killing restrictions on the production of American energy, including shell energy and clean coal, creating many millions of high-paying jobs," Trump said.

 

Supreme Court Nominations (Based on a list prepared by Trump)

 

Appoint a strong constitutionalist to the Supreme Court in the mold of the late Justice Antonin Scalia.

 

“Drain the Swamp,” Executive Branch Ethics and Congressional Term Limits

 

Pass the Clean Up Corruption in Washington Act in order to “drain the swamp” that has polluted our capital for decades.

 

Propose a constitutional amendment to impose terms limits on all members of Congress.

 

"We will impose a five-year ban from executive officials becoming lobbyists after they leave the administration," Trump said.

 

Enact a five-year ban on White House and congressional officials becoming lobbyists after they leave government service.

 

Health Care

 

Repeal and replace ObamaCare.

 

Consumer Federal Taxes

 

Unleash the Middle Class Tax Relief and Simplification Act, which will cut taxes for middle-class families and simplify the tax brackets in order to streamline the process.

 

Allow Americans to deduct childcare and eldercare from their taxes.

 

Education Policies

 

End Common Core and bring education supervision to local communities.

 

Pass school-choice measures that redirect education dollars to give parents the right to send their kids to the public, private, charter, magnet, religious, or home school of their choice.

 

Defense Spending, National Security and Enemies to the U. S. Allies and the World

 

End the defense sequester in order to rebuild our depleted military.

 

Introduce plan to defeat ISIS.

 

Veterans Affairs

 

Reform the Department of Veterans Affairs in order to provide proper treatment to America’s forgotten heroes.

 

Let veterans receive public VA treatment or attend the private doctor of their choice.

 

Cancel every unconstitutional executive action, memorandum, and order issued by Obama.

 

"I will formulate a rule which says for every one new regulation, two old regulations must be eliminated," Trump said.

 

This list is not prioritized and while may be introduced, the House and Senate will weigh in on what Trump can’t do with a pen and a phone, requiring time to accomplish, yet the direction of a Trump Administration is clear.

 

Trump has changed his position on Water Boarding

 

Trumps Plans within the first 100-days to First Year of Office as President - Comments

http://rleeermey.org/viewtopic.php?t=30143&sid=ea5fb62843c4d40dc797ff38a4688ece

 

Since President elect Donald John Trump has for some time now, prepared him self for the decisions of the Presidency in regards to making America Great Again, not only is he focused on his first 100-day plan of accomplishments, he is also moving forward swiftly to appoint Cabinet Members.

 

I believe President elect Trump, who is moving faster then Obama ever did, in not only appointing folks to Cabinet Member positions, he is also confirming to the American People by his appointments and selection of other folks in key positions, like Chief of Staff, National Security Adviser and the CIC Director thus far, the direction his administration is headed to make America Great and protect all Americans.

 

For folks to believe Trump is not for everyone, illustrates the arrogance of folks up set crooked Clinton didn’t become President and clearly shows the affect that President Obama has had in the last eight years dividing the American People in every area of social, political, nationality, sex, color and religion of both Guests (illegal aliens) and

my fellow American People.

 

I am deeply offended to be called a racist or bigot because I’m white or because I’m supporting a President that cares enough about us all, to put his life on hold for us, that’s right, every American and even individuals that are willing to abide by U. S. Laws, presently declared illegal aliens, if only Guests here with out legal status become legal, so they may benefit from the gracious Humanitarian nature of the American People

 

Mayors of Sanctuary Cities exclaim they will protect illegal aliens whether their criminal’s or not, prompting an eventual Kate’s Law, Democrats would not approve and most likely denial of federal money cities desperately need or may be they don’t.

 

Why don’t the Mayor’s of Sanctuary Cities do everything in their power to create a Guest Workers Program, delivering it to Congress through their States Federal Congressional Representatives, to include recommend incentives for folks that have over stated their visas to become legal?

 

No one has, and the example of President Regan giving amnesty to millions years ago is the only policy folks can rally toward since both parties have failed to create a Guest Workers Program, enforce INS Laws and visa tracking program, etc.

 

Here comes Trump, an outsider who thinks just like I do, who by the way, has competition as being the least racist and bigot person in America, willing to set things strait, making it possible for College and University Students once they graduate to locate a high paying job, and what do these students do, they protest Trump.

 

Yet President Obama exclaims it’s the right for folks to get free higher learning education, yet he set in motion so many job killing policies and regulations, the national economy hasn’t see growth past 1 to 1.4% for years and when Hillary Clinton ran for the Office of the President she wanted to talk about the economy about as much as she wanted to talk about Monica Lewinsky or Benghazi?"

 

Economy in U.S. Grew at 1.1% Rate, Slower Than First Estimated

Sho Chandra - August 26, 2016 — 5:30 AM PDT

 

“The U.S. economy grew less than previously reported last quarter on lower government outlays and a bigger depletion of inventories, capping a sluggish first-half performance propped up mainly by consumer spending.

 

Gross domestic product, the value of all goods and services produced, rose at a 1.1 percent annualized rate, down from an initial estimate of 1.2 percent, Commerce Department figures showed Friday in Washington. Household spending, the biggest part of the economy, was revised higher on used-car sales.

 

The economy’s failure to develop a sustained pickup has helped keep Federal Reserve policy makers from pulling the trigger on an interest-rate increase so far this year. Economists project a third-quarter rebound driven by household purchases and more stockpiling, and the report showed wages and salaries were revised sharply higher; indicating consumers have the wherewithal to continue spending.

 

“The only real area of strength was consumer spending,” David Sloan, senior economist at 4cast Inc. in New York, said before the report. At the same time, “the general view is that things are going to pick up in the third quarter.”

 

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has been trying to hammer home to voters the message that the economy can do better. Earlier this month, he blamed President Barack Obama and Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton for policies that produced “the weakest so-called recovery since the Great Depression.”

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2016-08-26/economy-in-u-s-grew-at-1-1-rate-slower-than-first-estimated

 

U.S. Economy Expanded at Revised 1.4% Rate in Second Quarter

Sho Chandra - September 29, 2016 — 5:30 AM PDT Updated on September 29, 2016 — 5:48 AM PDT

 

The U.S. economy expanded more in the second quarter than previously estimated, reflecting a smaller drag from business spending on structures and equipment.

 

Gross domestic product rose at a 1.4 percent annualized rate, compared with a prior estimate of 1.1 percent, Commerce Department figures showed Thursday. Gross domestic income, which reflects all the money earned by consumers, businesses and government agencies, was revised to show a 0.2 percent drop rather than a gain.

 

Households are doing the heavy lifting for the economy, making up for tepid business investment and lackluster demand from overseas. On the heels of robust hiring and nascent wage gains, consumer spending is projected again to drive growth in the third quarter.

 

“It’s clearly been enough to carry us through,” Scott Brown, chief economist for Raymond James Financial Inc. in St. Petersburg, Florida, said about household spending. “The U.S. economy is generally in good shape” for the second half even as “conditions around the rest of the world are still sluggish.”

 

Household consumption, which accounts for about 70 percent of the economy, was revised to 4.3 percent from a prior estimate of 4.4 percent.

 

The upward revision to GDP also reflected a smaller drag from inventories and higher exports.

 

The median forecast in a Bloomberg survey called for a 1.3 percent gain in GDP. Economists’ estimates for the value of all goods and services produced ranged from 0.9 percent to 1.7 percent.

 

The latest estimate is the last of three for the quarter before annual revisions next year. The economy grew at a 0.8 percent pace from January through March.

 

Investment in nonresidential structures, including office buildings and factories, fell at a 2.1 percent rate, rather than a previously reported 8.4 percent drop. Spending on equipment fell at a 2.9 percent pace, compared with 3.7 percent in the prior report.

Combined with a 9 percent increase in intellectual property products, non-residential fixed investment advanced at a 1 percent annualized pace in the second quarter. It was previously reported as falling 0.9 percent.

 

Final sales to private domestic purchasers rose at a 3.2 percent rate in the April through June period, revised from a previously reported 3 percent pace. The category reflects consumer and business spending and excludes government purchases, exports and inventories.

 

The decline in gross domestic income compares with a prior estimate of a 0.2 percent gain and was due to a downward revision to state and local tax receipts as well as collections from oil and gas producers.

Corporate Profits

 

Before-tax corporate profits fell 4.3 percent in the second quarter from the same time last year, compared with a 4.9 percent drop previously reported, according the Commerce Department. It was the fifth consecutive decline and the worst streak since the end of the recession in mid-2009.

 

The economy will grow at a 2.8 percent rate in the third quarter before cooling to 2.4 percent in the last three months of the year, according to the median forecast of economists surveyed by Bloomberg from Sept. 2 to Sept. 7.”

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2016-09-29/u-s-economy-expanded-at-revised-1-4-rate-in-second-quarter

 

The U. S. Economy has been assisted by the Federal Reserve Board for years buying up home mortgages and TB’s, while the Obama government credit card is so huge, free tuition and higher education is made affordable, an issue Clinton ran on.

 

President Obama’s legacy will be a debt ridden government, passing the foot ball to Trump with double the deficit when Bush passed the foot ball to him, yet Clinton and Obama exclaim that two thirds of the national deficit was reduced.

 

Initially, Trump will have to include into his four year budgets a trillion dollar “Shovel Ready” Stimulus package, along with lower taxes for the Middle Class and Corporate America in order to grow the economy through investments, thereby creating jobs in the private sector, and high paying jobs at that, allowing more consumer spending.

 

Bothe GDP reports illustrate the enormous contribution consumer spending has on the economy, yet in the first 100-days of Trumps Administration, policies, and congressional legislation will rebound the economy to an eventual 4% GDP, I predict by the third quarter of Trump’s third year in office, while we will see double digit GDP percentages of growth by the third quarter of 2018.

 

And you can take that to the bank, and Wall Street can see the future for the first time in eight years.

 

Investors to digest stock market feeding frenzy before their turkey

By Wallace Witkowski - Published: Nov 19, 2016 8:00 a.m. ET

 

Investors will likely spend the holiday-foreshortened week digesting the last two weeks of stock market gains before they move on to digesting their Thanksgiving feast.

 

Stocks finished higher for the week on Friday with the Dow Jones Industrial Average DJIA, -0.19%  gaining 0.1% on the week, the S&P 500 index SPX, -0.24% rising 0.8%, and the Nasdaq Composite index COMP, -0.23%  finishing up 1.6%. Since Election Day and Donald Trump’s surprise presidential win, the Dow has climbed 2.9%, the S&P 500 has gained 2%, and the Nasdaq has risen 2.5%.

 

One thing to note is how certain sectors have jumped following the election and how that plays out, said Robert Pavlik, chief market strategist at Boston Private Wealth, in an interview. The noted powerhouse here has been financials, which has rallied nearly 11% since Nov. 8. While some profit-taking has taken place, renewed interest following that profit-taking is a healthy sign for the sector, Pavlik said.

 

“Investors are not willing to sell out of recent purchases and there is new interest if there’s a little giveback, the same with industrials and materials,” Pavlik said. “That’s a healthy sign.”

 

On the other hand, sectors like health care are not seeing much of a bounceback from profit taking, indicating the market is less sure on where to stand on the sector going forward, Pavlik said.

 

Broadly speaking, stocks are likely to remain just under their record closes in the short term, Pavlik said.

 

“Some people are optimistic, but not so much that they want to push this [rally] higher,” Pavlik said, noting that if the S&P 500 pushes past 2,190 — only about 8 points higher from Friday’s close — that will be an encouraging sign.

http://www.marketwatch.com/story/investors-to-digest-stock-market-feeding-frenzy-before-their-turkey-2016-11-19

 

Uncertainty has been the reason investors coupled with economy killing regulations, have not been creating the amount of jobs necessary to rebound the economy.

 

Investor certainty, coupled with lower taxes in the consumer, business and corporate arena = more revenue for our government and job creation.

 

Dow closes above 19,000 for first time in its 120-year history

Adam Shell , USA TODAY 6:11 p.m. EST November 22, 2016

 

“Get out the Dow 19,000 rally caps. The Dow Jones industrial average, arguably the world's best-known stock market gauge, closed above the 19,000 barrier Tuesday for the first time in its 120-year history.

 

For the second straight day, all four major U.S. stock indexes touched new record-high territory. The Dow jumped 67.18 points, or 0.4%, to close at a record high of 19,023.87.

 

In a day of milestones, the benchmark Standard & Poor's 500 stock index closed above 2200 for the first time ever as it rose 4.76 points, or 0.2%, to 2202.94. The Nasdaq composite rose 0.3%, to an all-time closing high of 5386.35 and the Russell 2000 gained 0.9% to 1334.34, its thirteenth straight session of gains -- its longest winning streak in 20 years.

 

The assault on Dow 19,000 has taken nearly two years, or 700 calendar days, since it took out the 18,000 barrier back on Dec. 23, 2014. It was the slowest climb from one 1,000-point milestone to the next since taking nearly six years to climb from 14,000 in July 2007 to 15,000 in May 2013. (That long drought, of course, coincided with the Great Recession and the worst stock market decline since the Great Depression.)”

 

USA TODAY

Dow 20,024! 8 stocks expected to make it happen

 

“Dow 19,000 is the latest signal that the rally sparked by Donald Trump’s surprise presidential election win is broadening as investors continue to bet on the prospects for a more investor- and business-friendly White House and Congress.

 

Whether the bullish hype turns out to be the right trade remains to be seen, as Trump has yet to get the keys to the White House or make one of his campaign promises come true.

 

"Whatever else the future holds, Trump has already made the U.S. stock market great again," Don Luskin, chief investment officer at financial firm TrendMacro, told USA TODAY.

 

Stocks, however, are rising despite a continued rise in long-term interest rates and U.S. dollar. The 10-year Treasury note rose as high as 2.34%, its highest level in about a year, before settling at 2.32% Tuesday. The greenback strengthened versus a basket of foreign currencies for the eleventh time in the past 12 trading sessions.

 

Low rates, of course, have been a key driver of stock prices in recent years, although the current increase in rates is occurring as signs of a stronger U.S. economy emerge and investors price in further economic gains based on Trump's pro-business platform of lower taxes, less regulation and more fiscal spending.”

http://www.usatoday.com/story/money/markets/2016/11/22/stocks-dow-tuesday/94268404 

 

When we interfere or manipulate the market by creation of banking rules that cause banks to close because they don't have enough liquid cash to satisfy a regulator, the free enterprise system will go the direction of the regulations that dry up the cash by forcing closures of stable and profitable banks.

 

In the after mass, fewer banks become a few bigger banks. Credit Unions have earned their stay, yet I think Clinton's banking rules would have been worse then Obama's but for sure under Trump, banking rules will be investment oriented, strengthening the economy.

 

Trump said small businesses need more access to investment cash, 15% corporate tax would need to be forecasted two years out, yet there are incentives that can be offered to those holding 2 trillion off shore if they bring it back to America.

 

One example is to offer a tax break based on the 1,000's of jobs that are created, individually, rather then change the corporate tax immediately, but two years out is reasonable.

 

Another example is to allow a tax credit for two years of new manufacturers or developments created in America for off shore cash returned, without changing the entire corporate tax code to reflect 15% within two years.

 

U. S. manufacturers and corporate infrastructure developers that work for the state or interstate highways and bridges would benefit from the stimulus plan Trump puts together, creating work where their wasn't, yet a smaller federal tax credit can be allotted based on the number of new employees brought aboard between one and as many as required by the aforementioned.

 

Capital investments made by those with cash off shore, that don't need to go through  a bank that invest in real estate, land acquisitions or purchasing high rise buildings won’t do much for creating jobs, but investments in land and building developments, PCD''s, Energy sector, etc., could receive a two year credit on taxes equal to 15%.

 

There is also the potential of actually creating wealth by doing an assortment of things directed to Making Great Again and prosperous by exploiting a portion of the 50 trillion of federal lands, gaining lease money, something the Al Gore's folks and Serra Club Association will fight tooth and nail.

 

Off shore oil wells and even ocean wave power plants or wind mill farms along our coast will meet opposition.

 

New tax revenue from newly created jobs, projected a year to a year and a half out, before the total number of jobs are created in conjunction with off shore cash returned, by willing investors, provided half the amount returned is subject to some kind of investment/tax relief, other then real estate or land, unless land purchase includes development, building, etc., other wise there might not be much benefit from off shore cash returned to America that would create jobs as anticipated.

 

These would have to be U. S. Corporations, L.L.C., etc. to take advantage of the tax credits for two years plus the number of jobs you create. A scale in percentage of tax relief would be decided based on the number of jobs created.

 

I'm more watchful to banking rules and policies created by Obama's Administration like Dodd-Frank.

 

Big banks' relationship with Dodd-Frank: it's complicated

By Olivia Oran - Wed Nov 23, 2016 | 1:27pm EST

 

“Having spent billions of dollars on post-crisis U.S. financial industry reforms they once scorned, bankers are concerned the Trump administration, joined by a like-minded Congress, will scrap or significantly change the rules.

 

To comply with a rule known as Dodd-Frank, which was enacted in 2010 following the financial crisis, big U.S banks hired tens of thousands of staffers, built new technology systems, hived off businesses, simplified corporate structures and doubled the amount of capital they hold.

 

JPMorgan Chase & Co has said that in its mortgage business alone, employees spent 800,000 hours in compliance training in a single year.

 

The industry went into these changes kicking and screaming. Banks lobbied hard against Dodd-Frank as it was being drafted, then cajoled regulators to go easy in defining and implementing precise rules. But now that the heavy lifting has been done and Dodd-Frank is largely in effect, the industry see a total elimination as more of a threat than a blessing.

 

Dodd-Frank has largely made banks safer and the once-opaque derivatives market more transparent, banking executives said.

 

President-elect Donald Trump, who takes office on Jan. 20, and some important lawmakers in the incoming Republican Congress have pledged to dismantle the law and put a new one in place.

 

It is not yet clear what the replacement would look like, but Texas Republican Jeb Hensarling, who chairs the House Financial Services Committee, has drafted a blueprint called The CHOICE Act.

 

The proposal has a mix of things the industry largely supports, such as abolishing the U.S. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), but it also has some ideas Wall Street vehemently opposes, like ramping up capital requirements to a level that would likely force big banks to split apart.

 

Proposed changes are also likely to run into stiff opposition from some congressional Democrats, particularly Senator Elizabeth Warren, architect of the CFPB.

 

Big U.S. banks including JPMorgan, Bank of America Corp, Citigroup Inc, Wells Fargo & Co, Goldman Sachs Group Inc and Morgan Stanley have seen big gains in their share prices since the Nov. 8 election, partly on expectations that regulators will soon have a much lighter touch.

 

"There is scope for lower taxes, less regulation, and more growth," Morgan Stanley analysts said in a report on Tuesday recommending big bank stocks.

 

However, bankers, lawyers and consultants who spoke to Reuters said any big rollback in rulemaking could take several years to implement and may introduce more costs.

"One of the dangers of dismantling regulation is that it will be costly and disruptive," said Mike Alix, a consultant at PwC who works with banks on regulatory matters. "By and large they've gotten themselves into shape and they're not looking to get out of shape."

 

Industry sources said they are hoping it's possible to roll back some elements of Dodd-Frank that they view as too onerous or misguided, without scrapping the entire law.

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•            Trump names Haley, a foreign policy novice, as envoy to U.N

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For instance, many would like to see the Volcker rule, which places restrictions on proprietary trading, go away. The rule was intended to prevent federally insured banks from placing speculative bets in the markets, and would be repealed as part of Hensarling's plan.

 

Some banks are taking a second look at compliance initiatives until they gain further clarity on what will happen in Washington.

 

At a conference this month, Bank of America Corp Chief Operating Officer Tom Montag said he is being "a little more cautious" about compliance spending. It is difficult to know whether it is worth spending another $30 million on Volcker rule compliance, he said, because doing so may be a waste of money but not doing so could leave the bank at risk if the rule is implemented as planned.

 

"Even if Volcker doesn't go away, there are still questions about how tough the enforcement would be," said Mark Nuccio, who leads the bank regulatory practice at law firm Ropes & Gray LLP. "Banks are deciding they may take the foot off the gas pedal now and just see what happens."

 

(Reporting by Olivia Oran in New York; Editing by Lauren Tara LaCapra and Jonathan Oatis)”

 

http://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-trump-banks-idUSKBN13I1YA?feedType=RSS&virtualBrandChannel=11563

 

The economy must change to a investment, job creating economy, other wise no jobs will be created and while the markets have rallied to the assumption of prosperous days ahead, real investors in the U. S. or off shore, must be presented federal tax incentives before new jobs are created from investments in America and it will take investors to create jobs.

 

This is the difference between a Trump or Obama and Clinton Administration. I remember a time when all we had to say was DNC or GOP.

 

Obama I believe was gambling on exportation of products by businesses and corporations in the U. S. to Iran, like Boeings approved contract by the Treasury Department or Obama’s rush to grant U. S. businesses and or corporations licenses to do business in Iran.

 

Lets thank this threw, no Embassy, State Workers expendable or no adequate force to protect them, and or please for give me, orders to stand down.

 

I wonder how many U. S. businesses and or corporations ran to get licenses or for that matter whether a huge number of companies want to do business with Iran?

 

I feel a different direction in the wind coming, so while you SOT and others may be reserving your full appreciation of a Trump Administration solving the GDP increase to 4% by the third quarter in the third year of Trump’s economy, coupled with DNC and GOP cooperation to the extinct the DNC is willing to eat crow, until they regain their ranks and standing in both houses and governorships, in the aftermath of Trump’s Inaugural Address, discussions will commence, debates and misgivings of bills voiced on the floors of both houses will be a welcomed sight, knowing the end result will go to the senate, maybe passed back to the house before approving a bill, but you can bet bills will make it to the desk of a President Trump.

 

The Middle Class federal tax relief will benefit goods and services, just as making the ACA or something better, that bring down the cost of health care premiums and deductibles and not put 20 million receiving subsidies out of insurance, rounding out to mean a two year introduction of subsidies before the bill itself is scrapped, thereby allowing all three branches of government to figure this miss out, with in put from the insurance industry, while lifting restrictions from inter state commerce laws allowing folks to purchase insurance from any insurance company in America.

 

Paying customers of the ACA insurance debacle will be able to purchase their health care from a broad array of offered packages do to inter state commerce and those that, at that time, say within three months, can't find a better plan, they could receive partial tax relief, say 6% in addition to the Middle Class Tax Relief Bill to come before the congress and senate, but such tax relief for Health Care would end with the ending of the ACA in two years.

 

Either an extinction of Medicare, Medicaid, Savings Accounts like Be Carson spoke of, transferring subdivides to the new bill sounds reasonable and or just watch where the insurance market ends up once inter state commerce takes hold..

 

Obama and or his DNC crowd of liberals used to say, Bush's economy is what we are trying to fix.

 

Well, now we must fix an Obama economy and Trump will.

 

I’ve been going on now for awhile, got home from the VA SCI Unit, La Jolla around 9:00 pm after arriving on the 8 of November when I was admitted to the ER rather ill.

 

It’s 12:35, and I’ve been writing for hours in hopes I shinned a beam a light so others can dream my dream and the Donald’s, Make America Great Again.

 

November 24, 2016


An Outsider, a Maverick, a Man of integrity who was young, over coming obstacles’ at first, trying anything he thought might be successful, and along the way their were business closures, but Trump never stopped trying, and keep on going until he became a very wealthy and successfully man.

 

Years ago I introduced the story about Montebello, a PCD in Idaho. When Trump said that Arabs don’t want to invest in America he was right. The Prince of U. A. E. promised my boss he would invest in a PCD, 40 million in 2001, bailing out for no reason in July 2001.

 

My boss visited the Prince of U. A. E. His daughter was married to one of the Prince’s financial guys.

 

When 911 happened I thought how fortunate the Prince didn’t invest in 7,200 acres, creating a PCD that would have been approved. The properties have 14 wells if I remember right, could be a few more, with the sentiments Americans had back than.

 

But then again, it could have been a great path to unity and friendship among Arabs, Muslims, and Muslim Americans and other American cultures, nationalities, etc., yet it wasn’t meant to be but the Prince received my Business Plan and Book titled Montebello, a PCD, etc.

 

THE MAGNIFICENCE OF IDAHO & TREASURE VALLEY &

GROWTH OF ADA & CANYON COUNTIES:  A PROPOSED

PLANNED COMMUNITY DISTRICT (PCD) OR MUNICIPALITY

KNOWN AS MONTEBELLO - http://www.eqneedinc.com

 

PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDFNTIAL for ten years beginning in 2000. I waited my time, then ten years later, I published my wiork. This is a model PCD Business Plan for in coming land and residential off shore investments' example:

 

A lot of folks that wanted to sell a huge area of Idaho were very disappointed, as Sun River Investments, Inc., was with Edward Johnson, a huge Idaho developer, going to build a Planned Community District.

 

My Boss also owned American Modular Systems International Inc., while his son owns American Modular Systems, 787 Spreckels Ave., Manteca, CA 95336 http://www.americanmodular.com/contact

 

Sam Sarich was a go getter and the founder of AMS Inc., beginning in Jefferson, Oregon and grew to merit the Plant in Manteca, which was modernized years ago and is the leader in its field.

 

Sam wanted to open up a AMSI Plant in New Orlleans after Katrina, but wasn’t successful, so built a mock up of a plant along the ocean that had a rail head to New Orleans, designing a web site and created a manufacturer process for a steel framed home, to include tax incentives for developers and all costs involved.

 

It wasn’t meant to be, so I began in 2003, researching and compiling history about U. S. Aircraft Carriers and now I have 48,000 pages ready to be compiled by date from 1922 to Present.

                                                                                                    

The Lord Thy GOD, through the mercy of his son, Jesus Christ in the English language, I been given 31 years of life being a spinal cord injured person, severely challenged, now 57 and healing from a very bad year for me health wise, resulting in three operations and four hospitalizations, but I’m ready to keep on going, keep on trying until I succeed, even if success is after my death, because my work of authorship is complete, accurate, well referenced, and written introducing a narrative summary of aircraft carrier activities all mixed together with appendixes serving as more detailed history of each log entry longer then two pages, while most are short two to ten sentience’s, by the hundreds of thousands nearing a million I suspect.

 

To never stop trying is the strength of a Trump. Change and negotiation are Trump’s trade marks, provided the goal is successfully mediated and the out come of the effort to tackle huge issues affecting the economy.

 

Look, Obama achieved every social issue folks had regarding civil liberties, while at the same time managed to divide us as a nation of free persons, so why not give Trump the credit of the doubt, do you part in reaching out to the other side and just debate the issues with out all the derogatory remarks less what has been well established as very highly, possible truths.

 

The Latest from PolitiFact

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And that’s what a leader and manager does, they lead, and surround themselves with the best.

 

The task ahead is to create wealth so that one day we can afford to help more in need, putting them back on their feet by making available jobs, and or jobs the air port folks are saying deserves $15,.00 an hour.

 

In a robust economy this is economically possible, les middle class taxes means more money in your pockets to spend the way you see fit, yet airports make a lot of money and contractors should bid accordingly to allocate a higher wage.

 

When a Mexican Business does business in America through commerce or NAFTA, they can employee Mexican Citizens that cross the boarder with in 25 miles, paying Mexican wages in pesos.

 

Now this same business also may employee folks with a resident card or U. S. Citizen, paying U. S. wages in dollars.

 

When a U. S. Business goes to another country to build vehicles, devices, appliances or products, they pay that countries currency and standard minimum wages set by the country and then these businesses/corporations chiefly, export said same to the U. S., creating more wealth in favor of fewer regulations, employer rules and wages.

 

Win, Win for the large business or corporation, yet the price of that car sold in America keeps up with the price of other cars built in America, after all the market is the market and prices are what they are no matter where you live on planet earth.

 

A 35% tax on imported stuff made by U. S. businesses doing business in Mexico and other countries is one step to balance out trade deficits, coupled with lower corporate taxes and 2 trillion off shore brought back for investment that creates jobs, at least 50%, would cause companies not to leave and others to return to the U. S. Market Place, thereby creating jobs.

 

If companies stay where their at, were looking at higher prices of stuff imported, giving U. S. Companies an edge, creating stuff cheaper because their bottom line just became  their profit margin.

 

This is how the free enterprise system or capitalism works, but when you create a tricky Bill Clinton master scam that benefits the powerful, the market and GDP tank, because your regulations on a federal level that  restrict investment which is need for growth in energy sectors or manufacturing.

 

Free trade agreements, piling up trade deficits don’t benefit the market in the capacity needed to rebound the market as it’s the small businesses and consumer spending that more often keep the national economy afloat, suggest rather forcibly, job creation is essential.

 

It surprises me that the Mexican Pesos is tanking when Mexicans earn so low a wage, with less folks using credit, especially with all the businesses from other countries that invest in Mexico. A Japanese company pretty much has the giant share of the fishery off the Ba Ja Coast in the Ensenada area of Mexico.

 

The natural gas plant on the quota, nearing five miles past 74.5 km along the cost, receives liquid natural gas from ships. Now they have built a Wave Machine, the second one in Ba Ja Norte creating electricity. They pipe the natural gas to the U. S., as Mexicans use propane in bottles at every ones residence or restaurant, business, etc.

 

Mexico and America are inter connected you might say. Of course trucking transportation conducting commerce is non stop.

 

When Clinton said she wanted to build an international energy connection between the U. S. and Mexico, when she spoke of what she meant by open boarders, she never mentioned this plant as an example.

 

THE MAGNIFICENCE OF IDAHO & TREASURE VALLEY &

GROWTH OF ADA & CANYON COUNTIES:  A PROPOSED

PLANNED COMMUNITY DISTRICT (PCD) OR MUNICIPALITY

KNOWN AS MONTEBELLO - http://www.eqneedinc.com

BUSINESS PLAN

 

Part I - 1.1 to 3.7.2.

Part II - 4.1 to 7.5

 

The Prince didn't want to invest in a PCD, in the end, but he got my book and business plan, that would have been successful and profitable for what ever reason he chose. The math was good, the PCD would have been created and houses and communities built, schools with open space and as well, homes with open space between communities, parks, etc. Homes for example, may in one area all share the North West open space of a few acres. PCD's let loose throughout the country, would of I thought be necessary to house all the Syrians Obama and Clinton want to bring to the U. S. Several thousand Haitian's as well. A PCD like this one was a life time opportunity, a 40 million dollar project but at the time no one was interested in this golden property.

 

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