Trump Cabinet

The Cabinet of the United States (Wikipedia) is composed of the most senior appointed officers of the executive branch of the federal government of the United States, who are generally the heads of the federal executive departments.

Cabinet members

Cabinet-level officials

Other high-level administration officials

Resignations and Dismissals

Rejected or Withdrawn Appointments

Timeline

Assessments

Evan Osnos – The New Yorker

On Jan. 10, 2016, Osnos examined Republican efforts to sidestep basic vetting and procedure in confirmation hearings.

"But the most remarkable thing about McConnell’s desire to “get past” the process of vetting before the vetting has happened is not what it says about his commitment to political tribalism above all other values. That was already well-established, after all. No, the truly remarkable story it reveals involves the sheer recklessness of the incoming Administration. The vetting process is not, as some of Trump’s neophyte advisers might suspect, just a ritual performed for weak-kneed “goo-goos,” the good-government types in comfortable shoes. On the contrary, it is meant to be a cold-eyed political demolition derby: a controlled explosion that can protect an Administration by preventing a problem appointee from getting inside the inner sanctum."