Wednesday, November 23, 2016

Donald Trump's First 100 Days: "Inside Trump’s freewheeling vetting operation" - UPDATED

Trump’s freewheeling approach is in marked contrast with that of past presidential transition teams, who have subjected nominees to weeks — and sometimes months — of vetting that includes deep dives into their finances, taxes, previous employment and personal relationships. Read More

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