[Last update 2019dec02]

 
Donald John Trump, Sr.
45th President of the United States
The Trump Administration

The 58th Presidential Administration
(as it resulted from the 58th Presidential Election)
20 January 2017 to 20 January 2021

Links to the Executive Branch

This is a work-in-progress.

Executive

    PRESIDENT
    • Donald John Trump, Sr. of New York
      • 20 January 2017: Sworn
    VICE PRESIDENT
    • Michael R. "Mike" Pence of Indiana
      • 20 January 2017: Sworn
the CABINET

    SECRETARY OF STATE
    • Rex W. Tillerson
      • 12 December 2016: nominated
      • 1 February 2017: confirmed by the U.S. Senate, 56-43
      • 13 March 2018: dismissed by President Donald Trump
    • Michael R. Pompeo of Kansas
      • 13 March 2018: nominated
      • 26 April 2018: confirmed by the U.S. Senate, 57-44
    SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY
    • Steven Mnuchin
      • 29 November 2016: nominated
      • 13 February 2017: confirmed by the U.S. Senate, 53-47
    SECRETARY OF DEFENSE
    • James N. Mattis
      • 1 December 2016: nominated
      • 20 January 2017: confirmed by the U.S. Senate, 98-1
      • 20 December 2018: announced resignation effective 28 February 2019.
    • Patrick Shanahan
      • 23 December 2018: named acting Secretary effective 1 January 2019
      • 9 May 2019: nominated
      • 18 June 2019: withdrew
    • Mark T. Esper
      • 18 June 2019: named acting Secretary
      • 21 June 2019: nominated
      • 23 July 2019: confirmed by the U.S. Senate, 90-8
    ATTORNEY GENERAL
    • Jefferson B. Sessions of Alabama
      • 18 November 2016: nominated
      • 8 February 2017: confirmed by the U.S. Senate, 52-47
      • 7 November 2018: resigned
    • Matthew G. Whitaker
      • 7 November 2018: appointed Acting Attorney General.
    • William Barr
      • 7 December 2018: nominated.
      • 14 February 2019: confirmed by the U.S. Senate, 54-45.
    SECRETARY OF THE INTERIOR
    • Ryan K. Zinke of Montana
      • 15 December 2016: Noninated
      • 1 March 2017: confirmed by the U.S. Senate, 68-31
      • 15 December 2018: resigned
    • David Bernhardt
      • 4 February 2019: Nominated
      • 11 April 2019: confirmed by the U.S. Senate, 56-41
  • SECRETARY OF AGRICULTURE
    • Sonny Perdue of Georgia
      • 18 January 2017: nominated
      • 24 April 2017: confirmed by the U.S. Senate, 87-11
    SECRETARY OF COMMERCE
    • Wilbur Ross
      • 30 November 2016: nominated
      • 27 February 2017: confirmed by the U.S. Senate, 72-27
    SECRETARY OF LABOR
    • Andrew F. Puzder
      • 8 December 2016: nominated
      • 15 February 2017: nomination withdrawn
    • Alexander Acosta
      • 16 February 2017: nominated
      • 27 April 2017: confirmed by the U.S. Senate, 60-38
      • 12 July 2019: announced resignation effective 19 July 2019.
    • Eugene "Gene" Scalia
      • 18 July 2019: "I am pleased to announce that it is my intention to nominate Gene Scalia...." - Donald Trump
      • 27 August 2019: nominated
      • 26 September 2019: confirmed by the U.S. Senate, 53-44
    SECRETARY OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES
    • Tom Price of Georgia
      • 29 November 2016: nominated
      • 10 February 2017: confirmed by the U.S. Senate, 52-47
      • 29 February 2017: resigned
    • Alex Azar of Indiana
      • 13 November 2017: nominated
      • 24 January 2018: confirmed by the U.S. Senate, 55-43
    SECRETARY OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT
    • Ben Carson
      • 5 December 2016: nominated
      • 2 March 2017: confirmed by the U.S. Senate, 58-41
    SECRETARY OF TRANSPORTATION
    • Elaine L. Chao
      • 29 November 2016: nominated
      • 31 January 2017: confirmed by the U.S. Senate, 93-6
    SECRETARY OF ENERGY
    • J. Richard "Rick" Perry of Texas
      • 13 December 2016: nominated
      • 2 March 2017: confirmed by the U.S. Senate, 62-37
      • 17 October 2019: President Trump states Rick Perry will leave the Cabinet at the end of this year.
      • 1 December 2019: resigned
    • Dan Brouillette
      • 18 October 2019: President Trump announces his intention to nominate deputy Secretary of Energy Dan Brouillette.
      • 2 December 2019: confirmed by the U.S. Senate, 70-15
    SECRETARY OF EDUCATION
    • Betsy DeVos of Michigan
      • 23 November 2016: nominated
      • 7 February 2017: confirmed by U.S. Senate, 50-50 (Vice-President Mike Pence, as constitutional Senate President, breaking the tie in favor)
    SECRETARY OF VETERANS' AFFAIRS
    • David J. Shulkin
      • 11 January 2017: nominated
      • 13 February 2017: confirmed by the U.S. Senate, 100-0
      • 28 March 2018: dismissed
    • Ronny L. Jackson
      • 28 March 2018: nominated
      • 26 April 2018: withdrew
    • Robert L. Wilkie
      • 28 March 2018: named acting Secretary
      • 18 May 2018: nominated
      • 30 May 2018: Trump names Peter O'Rourke acting VA secretary while the nomination is pending.
      • 23 July 2018: confirmed by the U.S. Senate, 86-9
    SECRETARY OF HOMELAND SECURITY
    • John F. Kelly
      • 12 December 2016: nominated
      • 20 January 2017: confirmed by the U.S. Senate, 88-11
      • 31 July 2017: resigned
    • Kirstjen M. Nielsen
      • 11 October 2017: nominated
      • 5 December 2017: confirmed by the U.S. Senate, 62-37
      • 7 April 2019: resigned
    • Kevin McAleenan
      • 7 April 2019: named acting Secretary
      • 11 October 2019: resigned
    • Chad Wolf
      • 1 November 2019: named acting Secretary
      • 13 November 2019: sworn as acting Secretary
Important Non-Cabinet WHITE HOUSE officials
(who are not required to be confirmed by the US Senate after nomination-
that is, they are chosen and serve solely at the pleasure of the President)

  • WHITE HOUSE COMMUNICATIONS DIRECTOR
    • Mike Dubke
      • 17 February 2017: named
      • 30 May 2017: resigned
    • Anthony Scaramucci
      • 21 July 2017: named
      • 31 July 2017: resigned
    • Hope C. Hicks
      • 16 August 2017: named
      • 28 February 2018: announced her resignation
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    • Bill Shine
      • 17 July 2018: named
      • 8 March 2019: resigned
    • Stephanie Grisham
      • circa 25 June 2019: named
  • WHITE HOUSE CHIEF OF STAFF
    • Reince Priebus of Wisconsin
      • 13 November 2016: named
      • 27 July 2017: resigned
    • John F. Kelly
      • 28 July 2017: named
      • 8 December 2018: President Trump announced that Mr. Kelly will leave by the end of the year.
    • J. Michael "Mick"" Mulvaney of South Carolina
      • 14 December 2018: named acting Chief of Staff
  • GENERAL COUNSEL TO THE PRESIDENT
    • Donald F. McGahn, II
      • 25 November 2016: named
      • 29 August 2018: President Trump announces that Mr. McGahn will be leaving this fall.
      • 17 October 2018: resigned
    • Emmet Flood (temporary until Pat Cipolloneas takes the position)
      • 18 October 2018: named interim
    • Patrick A. "Pat" Cipolloneas
      • 18 October 2018: named
  • SENIOR WHITE HOUSE ADVISOR
    • Jared Kushner of New York
      • 9 January 2017: named
  • WHITE HOUSE PRESS SECRETARY
    • Sean Spicer
      • 22 December 2016: named
      • 21 July 2017: resigned
    • Sarah Huckabee Sanders of Arkansas
      • 21 July 2017: named
      • 13 June 2019: President Trump announces that Ms. Sanders will be leaving at the end of June.
      • 14 June 2019: Announced resignation
    • Stephanie Grisham
      • 25 June 2019: named
  • ASSISTANT TO THE PRESIDENT FOR NATIONAL SECURITY AFFAIRS ['NATIONAL SECURITY ADVISOR']
    • Michael T. Flynn
      • 18 November 2016: named
      • 13 February 2017: resigned
    • Keith Kellogg
      • 14 February 2017: named as acting National Security Advisor
    • Herbert Raymond "H.R." McMaster
      • 20 February 2017: named
      • 22 March 2018: resigned
    • John Bolton
      • 23 March 2018: named
      • 9 April 2018: takes office
      • 10 Septmeber 2019: dismissed by President Trump
    • Robert C. O'Brien
      • 18 September 2019: named
  • CHAIRMAN OF THE NATIONAL ECONOMIC COUNCIL
    • Gary Cohn
      • 12 December 2016: named
      • 6 March 2018: resigned
    • Lawrence A. "Larry" Kudlow
      • 14 March 2018: named
HEADS of important FEDERAL AGENCIES and other non-Cabinet OFFICERS

  • U.S. PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE ['AMBASSADOR'] TO THE UNITED NATIONS
    • Nikki Randhawa Haley of South Carolina
      • 23 November 2016: nominated
      • 24 January 2017: Confirmed by the U.S. Senate, 96-4
      • 9 October 2018: Resigned.
    • Heather Nauert
      • 7 December 2018: nominated
      • 16 February 2019: withdrew
    • Ambassador to Canada Kelly Craft
      • 22 February 2019: nominated
      • 31 July 2019: Confirmed by the U.S. Senate, 56-34
  • U.S. TRADE REPRESENTATIVE
    • Robert Lighthizer
      • 3 January 2017: nominated
  • NATIONAL INTELLIGENCE DIRECTOR
    • Daniel R. Coats of Indiana
      • 5 January 2017: nominated
      • 15 March 2017: Confirmed by the U.S. Senate, 85-12
      • 15 August 2019: Resigned.
    • Congressman John Lee Ratcliffe of Texas
      • 28 July 2019: nominated
      • 2 August 2019: withdrew
    • National Counterterrorism Center Director Joseph Maguire of Texas
      • 8 August 2019: named acting Director effective 15 August 2019
  • DIRECTOR, CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY
    • Michael R. Pompeo of Kansas
      • 18 November 2016: nominated
      • 23 January 2017: confirmed by the U.S. Senate, 66-32
      • 13 March 2018: nominated for Secretary of State
    • Gina Haspel
      • 13 March 2018: nominated
      • 17 May 2018: confirmed by the U.S. Senate, 54-45
  • DIRECTOR, FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION
    • James B. Comey, Jr. of Connecticut
      • 21 June 2013: nominated by President Barack Obama
      • 29 July 2013: confirmed by the U.S. Senate, 93-1
      • 4 September 2013: Sworn
      • 9 May 2017: dismissed by President Donald Trump
    • Christopher A. Wray of Georgia
      • 7 June 2017: nominated.
      • 1 August 2017: confirmed by the U.S. Senate, 92-5
  • ADMINISTRATOR, ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
    • Andrew Wheeler, acting EPA administrator
      • 6 July 2018: acting EPA administrator
      • 16 November 2018: nominated
      • 28 February 2019: confirmed by the U.S. Senate, 52-47
    • E. Scott Pruitt of Oklahoma
      • 8 December 2016: nominated
      • 17 February 2017: confirmed by the U.S. Senate, 52-46
      • 5 July 2018: resigned effective 6 July 2018.
  • ADMINISTRATOR, SMALL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
    • Linda McMahon of Connecticut
      • 7 December 2016: nominated
      • 14 February 2017: confirmed by the U.S. Senate, 81-19
      • 29 March 2019: announced resignation effected 12 April.