While Clinton supporters have expressed their indignation in front of the Trump Tower, and online, Western politicians are now readjusting their rhetoric towards Trump with a more neutral tone.
Broadsheets are now blaming the pollsters for their unscientific approach.
This is absolutely amusing.
The Trump campaign is also expected to organize a government right away with personalities already known to the American public, and Goldman Sachs.
Trump’s Eleven: President-Elect Decides Who Can Help Make America Great Again
At least eleven politicians have been tapped to join US President-elect Donald Trump’s team amid speculation that dealing with the line-up will be no easy task, according to the Russian online newspaper Gazeta.ru.
Now that Donald Trump has managed to win the 2016 US presidential election, the formidable task of forming a new administration has arisen, the Russian online newspaper Gazeta.ru reported, referring to at least eleven politicians who may be part of Trump’s team.
Unlike Trump, US Vice President-elect Mike Pence has substantial political experience.
He is currently serving as the 50th Governor of Indiana. A member the Republican Party, Pence was first elected to the US House of Representatives in 2000.
He is considered a tough conservative, a supporter of the “Tea Party”, a right-wing political movement, and an opponent of abortion. According to the political rating site FiveThirtyEight, Pence is poised to become “the most conservative US Vice President in the past 40 years.”
The charismatic former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani successfully fought crime, and after the 9/11 attacks he showed his best professional and human qualities when organizing aid to the victims, Gazeta.ru recalled.
His political career started in 1981, when Giuliani was nominated Associate Attorney General during the Reagan administration. In 2008, Giuliani tried to take part in the presidential race, but his campaign proved to be a flop.
NBC News cited its own sources as saying that Giuliani may be appointed Attorney General by the Trump administration. During his term as New York Mayor, he was accused of corruption, and in October 2016 allegations that he had obtained information from the FBI regarding charges against Clinton, which he then used to help the Trump campaign, provoked a scandal in the security services.
Steven Mnuchin, a former Goldman Sachs executive and film producer, is expected to become head of the US Treasury, something that was mentioned by Donald Trump back in July.
Despite the fact that earlier Mnuchin was listed among Hillary Clinton’s donors, this year he joined the Trump election campaign to hold a post of fundraiser.
According to US media, Mnuchin had collected up to 600 million dollars for the Trump campaign by November 2016.
Chris Christie is a member of the Republican Party and has been the 55th Governor of New Jersey since January 2010.
He was nominated for the Republican primaries, but quit the race due to low ratings. After that, he started to actively campaign for Trump.
During his term as governor, New Jersey demanded $8.9 billion from the oil company ExxonMobil in compensation for natural resource damage to more than 600 hectares of wetlands according to the New York Times; the company had maintained refineries in the state. In the end, the multinational paid a mere 225 million dollars to the Garden State, a mere 3 percent of the amount requested by lawyers.
Christie opposed the legalization of gay marriage in his state, but his veto was rejected by the New Jersey Supreme Court. He paid the price for his decision to support Trump, Gazeta.ru said referring to Christie’s plummeting approval ratings and several influential newspapers’ call for Christie to resign.
Earlier, Trump offered Christie to be a head of the transitional US administration, but now it is unclear whether Christie will receive any important post in the new administration.
Flynn is a retired US Army lieutenant general who served as the director of the Defense Intelligence Agency between July 24, 2012 and August 7, 2014. He is believed to be one of the most prominent high-ranking military officials to support Trump.
Media reports pointed to Flynn’s spat with the Pentagon due to his stance that the US should become Syrian President Assad’s ally in the fight against Islamist groups in Syria.
Flynn has more than once called for strengthening ties with Russia, and in an interview with the Washington Post, he acknowledged receipt of a fee for his visit to Moscow in 2015, according to Gazeta.ru. During the Moscow trip, he gave a speech at an RT corporate party, where he reportedly sat at the table next to Russian President Vladimir Putin.
In 1994, Gingrich was a co-author and architect of the “Contract with America”, a document that detailed the actions the Republicans promised to take if they became the majority party in the United States House of Representatives for the first time in 40 years.
In 1995, Time named him “Man of the Year” for “his role in ending the four-decades-long Democratic majority in the House.”
Gingrich’s authority and political weight is so significant that he could be considered for a cabinet position, such as Secretary of State.
Gazeta.ru recalled in this regard that former US Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld actively consulted with Gingrich on issues related to US foreign policy strategy.
Sessions, a junior US Senator from Alabama, was touted by Trump as a smart politician who is highly respected by Washington.
Sessions was among the first to support Trump and served as his adviser on migration policy and national security. He is expected to become the new US Defense Secretary because Michael Flynn cannot be nominated without getting the approval of the Senate.
A prominent African-American neurosurgeon, Carson was Trump’s rival during the primaries and later he supported Trump’s candidacy.
Like Trump, he is known for his almost complete lack of communication with the political establishment and his name is often cited by the press.
Carson is one of the most consistent opponents to the 1973 US court decision to legalize abortion. He has argued that the role of human activity in the process of climate change is irrelevant, and believes that the world was created in six calendar days.
Ben Carson stated in 2012 that the big bang theory was among the “fairy tales” pushed by “highfalutin scientists” and that Charles Darwin’s theory of evolution was encouraged by the devil, according to MSNBC. There are good chances that the political maverick could be tapped to become the next Minister of Health and Social Welfare, according to Gazeta.ru.
Kellyanne Conway, Stephen Bannon, Rience Priebus
Conway started to work as Trump’s campaign manager on August 17, 2016, and on November 8 she became the first woman to have managed a victorious presidential campaign in US history.
An American businessman and conservative filmmaker, Bannon was designated the chief executive officer of the 2016 presidential campaign of Donald Trump in August 2016.
As for Priebus, he is an American attorney and politician who is currently the chairman of the Republican National Committee.
Given that the three actually became the real creators of Trump’s unexpected presidential victory, they will almost certainly hold posts in the new US Administration, Gazeta.ru said.
If Trump pursues a more inward-looking protectionist foreign policy, and non-interference with other countries, there will be a global peace like we’ve never seen in 30 years.
Tax Cuts, New Jobs, Infrastructure Development Part of Trump’s Economic Platform
MOSCOW (Sputnik) — During the presidential campaign, every nominee made a number of statements that had shaped the candidates’ political and economic electoral platforms. Trump, as a prominent businessman and a presidential candidate at the time, also made remarks on the issues that were expected to affect the future of the world’s largest economy.
TRUMP’S PLAN — VICTORY FOR UNITED STATES
Politicians’ statements made during the electoral campaigns affect their policy during their tenures, which is why the politicians try to work out plans to follow in future. The issue of the GDP growth is on the agenda of any economic program as it helps to improve the standards of living in the country and to make it stronger.
“In working with my economic team, we’ve put together a plan that puts us on track to achieve that goal. Over the next ten years, our economic team estimates that under our plan the economy will average 3.5% growth and create a total of 25 million new jobs,” Trump said in a speech at the New York Economic Club.
He added that it was time to establish a national goal to reach economic growth of 4 percent.
One of the pillars of Trump’s economic platform was the intention to reduce the tax burden in order to give impetus to the country’s economic growth and to tackle economic difficulties.
“We are going to be thriving again. We have no growth in this country. There’s no growth … We’re down at 1 percent [of GDP],” Trump said during the second presidential debate.
His plan was to do this by cutting taxes, “And a lot of it has to do with the fact that our taxes are so high, just about the highest in the world. And I’m bringing them down to one of the lower in the world.”
Then-Republican hopeful proposed cutting business income taxes by more than half.
“Under my plan, no American company will pay more than 15% of their business income in taxes. In other words, we are reducing new taxes from 35 percent to 15 percent,” Trump said.
He said that high taxes were among the reasons that made countries’ entities reach out abroad to avoid taxes and promised to minimize them to bring this capital back to the United States.
“We have to do things to keep companies in this country. Many many companies are moving and you report that but I think it’s far worse than you report … They are moving for a number of reasons … they are moving because taxes are too high. We are the highest taxed nation in the world,” Trump said in an interview with CNBC.
Trump added that he could make a decision on making a deal in a very short period by taking all the people responsible for the issue together.
“America is one of the highest-taxed nations in the world. Reducing taxes will cause new companies and new jobs to come roaring back into our country. Believe it will happen and it will happen fast,” Trump said to his party fellows.
The Wednesday victory marked the fact that the Democratic administration of Barack Obama would be replaced by the one from the Republican Party. The two major US political forces have a number of differences including in the sphere of economics. This is one of the reasons the Republican politicians, including Trump, have criticized the economic situation caused during Obama’s tenure.
Speaking at his Cleveland speech, the politician criticized the level of regulation in the national economy and said that his administration would tackle it.
“We are going to deal with the issue of regulation, one of the greatest job-killers of them all,” Trump said.
Speaking in September 2016 in New York, Trump continued to criticize the level of government spending and proposed to cut it, however, making exemption for defense and entitlement programs.
“If we save just one penny of each federal dollar spent on non-defense, and non-entitlement programs, we can save almost $1 trillion over the next decade – again this is spending that does not touch defense, and that does not touch entitlements,” Trump said.
In his economic platform, the multi-billionaire suggested closing some loopholes that allowed the wealthy to pay much lower taxes.
“As part of this reform, we will eliminate the Carried Interest Deduction and other special interest loopholes that have been so good for Wall Street investors, and people like me, but unfair to American workers,” the politician said.
The issue of national debt was also on Trump’s agenda during the race.
“Household incomes are down more than $4,000 since the year 2000. Our manufacturing trade deficit has reached an all-time high – nearly $800 billion in a single year. The budget is no better. President Obama has doubled our national debt to more than $19 trillion, and growing,” Trump said at the Cleveland convention.
In order to reach economic growth and to tackle the existing problems the businessman proposed to create jobs by creating and developing the country’s infrastructure.
“We will build the roads, highways, bridges, tunnels, airports, and the railways of tomorrow. This, in turn, will create millions more jobs,” Trump said appearing before supporters in New York after he won the presidential election.
“A Trump Administration will end this war on the American worker, and unleash an energy revolution that will bring vast new wealth to our country,” Trump said in a policy speech on the economy in Detroit.
Continuing the Detroit speech, Trump promised to rebuild the country’s military in order to make Washington’s allies to pay for their defense and not to shift responsibility for the issue on the United States.
“We will also rebuild our military, and get our allies to pay their fair share for the protection we provide – saving us countless more billions to invest in our own country,” Trump said.
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