The President-elect has continued the process of choosing his cabinet. Among those he’s chosen is Ben Carso who’ll oversee Housing and Urban Development, Niki Haley will be the U.S. Ambassador of the United Nations, and Betsy Devos in charge of the Department of Education as the Education Secretary. Some of the cabinet nominees have accepted the offer; Ben Carson hinted on Facebook that he’s willing to accept the position.
In a statement on Tuesday, Ben Carson said that the position was among those on the table and that he would be praying and thinking about it during the Thanksgiving period. Jason Miller who is Mr. Trump’s aide reported that the transition team would make more announcements on Wednesday.
In a statement made by Nikki Haley, the South Caroline Governor; she said that it was a sense of duty to accept Trump’s offer owing to the fact that the U.S. is facing numerous issues and challenges internationally and domestically.
Haley said that it’s important to heed to a calling when the President believes that she had the capacity to make major contribution to the welfare of the country and the standing of the United States in the Globe. Haley also pointed out on how satisfied she was following the many achievements that her state had achieved in the last six years adding that the state was in an upward trajectory.
It’s surprising how both Nikki Haley and Ben Carson had earlier on in the GOP Primary opposed Donald Trump’s nomination as President with the Republican party. Donald Trump also announced that Betsy Devos was his choice for the Education Secretary. The position of Trump’s Secretary of State has been left up for grabs for either Mitt Romney, Rudy Giuliani or some other candidate that’s yet to be announced.