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Trump's revolving cabinet

It's anybody's guess who'll be in and who'll be out of our president's cabinet tomorrow. Or whose name he'll be floating next for a top position in these currently less than United States of America.

The first and one of the greatest American presidents and commanders, George Washington, insisted that both parties and then-dominant philosophies be represented in his cabinet, Federalists and anti-Federalists alike. The

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