President-elect Donald Trump has offered the job of national security adviser to Michael Flynn, a former military intelligence chief who has been a vocal critic of the Obama administration, according to a senior Trump official.Flynn, 57, who served as the director of the Defense Intelligence Agency, has advised Trump on national security issues for months. As national security adviser, he would work in the White House shaping foreign and military policy and have frequent access to a president with no national security experience.ADVERTISINGThe Trump official, who was not authorized to discuss the offer publicly, would not say whether Flynn had accepted the job.
President-elect Donald J. Trump on Sunday chose Reince Priebus, the chairman of the Republican National Committee and a loyal campaign adviser, to be his White House chief of staff.
The president-elect named Mr Stephen K. Bannon his senior counselor and chief West Wing strategist.
Today president-elect Trump named Sen. Jeff Sessions for the Attorney General.
President-elect Donald Trump has offered Rep. Mike Pompeo of Kansas the position of CIA director, his transition team said Friday.