Friday, November 18, 2016


Trump Makes THREE Major Staff Announcements According to officials in Donald Trump's transition team, the President-Elect has chosen three individuals to fill top positions on his staff.

According to reports, Alabama Senator Jeff Sessions has been selected for the role of Attorney General. Sessions was the first member of the Senate to endorse Donald Trump during the GOP primary, and chaired Trumps national security advisory committee.

Sessions is the former U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of Alabama, having been appointed by President Ronald Reagan in 1981.

Sessions has a history of supporting tough border controls and is a natural choice for a Trump administration that plans on making good on its immigration-reform promises.

In addition, Kansas Congressman Mike Pompeo has been chosen as Director of the Central Intelligence Agency, a position currently held by Director John Brennan...(continue reading)
WATCH: An Emotional Donald Trump Discusses His Siblings With TMZ's Harvey Levin In a moment TMZ host Harvey Levin described as showing great "vulnerability" Donald Trump explained the significance of a portrait of his siblings that hangs in his Trump Tower apartment. Specifically, Trump discussed his brother Fred, who passed away in 1981 due to a struggle with alcoholism.
WATCH: Trump's emotional discussion with Harvey Levin

"Unbelievable personality, the best, a very handsome guy, everybody loved him," Trump said of his eldest brother.

The moment is part of the Fox News special "OBJECTified: Donald Trump" which will air on Fox News on Friday at 10pm. According to Fox News, the special will feature TMZ's Harvey Levin "explor[ing] keepsakes in the billionaire's Trump Tower suite to reveal new details about the soon-to-be 45th President. Mr. Trump tells the story behind photos, letters, trophies and other cherished mementos acquired throughout his life...(continue reading)

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