Trump Holds Another Day Of Non-Stop Meetings At His New York Tower

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Alex Pfeiffer White House Correspondent
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President-elect Donald Trump and Vice-President elect Mike Pence will hold meetings with several current and former government officials at Trump Tower in New York Monday.

His campaign informed reporters in a conference call that Trump will be meeting with: Democratic Hawaii Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, Republican former Massachusetts Sen. Scott Brown, Republican Oklahoma Gov. Marry Fallin, Republican former Texas Gov. Rick Perry, president of the National Border Patrol Council Brandon Judd, National ICE Council president Chris Crane, former secretary of labor under President George W. Bush Elaine Chao, former House Speaker Newt Gingrich and Indiana state health commissioner Dr. Jerome Adams.

This past weekend Trump held several meetings at his New Jersey golf club with several prominent individuals, including former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney and former Marine Corps Gen. James Mattis.

His campaign also announced Trump will be releasing a video of legislative priorities and actions. This includes trade, energy, regulations, national security, immigration, and ethics reform.

Jason Miller, Trump’s communications director, also announced the individuals leading the transition domestically.

They are as follows:

Veteran Affairs: Retired Army Brigadier Gen.. Michael Meese, a former senior advisor to Gen. David Petraeus.

Intelligence: Jeff Kahn

Homeland Security: Jim Carafano, the Heritage Foundation’s vice president and Mike Dougherty, who worked as director of operations for Immigration and Customs Enforcement under President George W. Bush.

Energy: Tom Pyle, president of the American Energy Alliance.

EPA: Myron Ebell, director of global warming and international environmental policy at the Competitive Enterprise Institute. Ebell is outspoke skeptic of climate change.

Health and Human Services:  Andrew Bremberg, a former senior aide to both Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, and Paula Stannard, former acting general counsel of the HHS.

Housing and Human Services: Elliot Berke, managing partner of Berke Farah LLP, and was previously in-house counsel to the Speaker of the House.

Labor: Jane Norris

Transportation: Nancy Butler

Education: Jim Manning

Interior: Doug Domenech, former Secretary of Natural Resources for Virginia.

Agriculture: Joel Leftwich, staff director Senate Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition, and Forestry.