Trump Selects General Mattis as Secretary of Defense
11 monthes ago - By Bloomberg
U.S. President-elect Donald Trump will nominate retired General James Mattis for Defense Secretary as he continues to fill out major appointments in his cabinet. Bloomberg's Stephanie Baker examines the choice and looks at Trump's continued search for a Secretary of State. She speaks on "Bloomberg Surveillance."
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Trump Picks Retired Marine Corps Gen. Mattis As Defense Secretary
11 monthes ago - By NPR
At a rally in Cincinnati on Thursday night, Donald Trump said he would select retired Marine Corps Gen. James Mattis to lead the Defense Department, filling a key role in the incoming administration.
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Trump to nominate retired Gen. James Mattis to lead Pentagon
11 monthes ago - By Star Tribune
Trump to nominate retired Marine Gen. James Mattis for Secretary of Defense
11 monthes ago - By Union Leader
President-elect Donald Trump said on Thursday night he would nominate retired Marine Corps General James Mattis, known as 'Mad Dog' and renowned for his tough talk and battlefield experience in Iraq and Afghanistan, to lead the Pentagon.
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