The Survivors: it is a trump card, the officials have the weathered controversies from the beginning and are still here

White House Advisor, Kelly Anne Conway, a senior adviser to Stephen Miller and education Secretary Betsy Devos are the survivors of the “trump.” (AP/Getty/Reuters).

Meet survivors of the trump management.

People like Kelly Anne Conway, Stephen Miller and Betsy DeVos, President of Trump joined the team at the beginning. Occasionally you have to-or, in some cases repeatedly — found himself mired in controversy. But in contrast to many other ex-trump officials have already resigned or have been dismissed, or you are not crowded, these die-hards disappeared anywhere.

You don’t have the job security to afford to pay like Vice President Mike Pence, who was elected, with Trump and its role enshrined in the Constitution, or senior advisors Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner, the family. You have cycles of weathered hard-news, harassed in restaurants and other public places, from liberal activists, but-most important of all-grace for the most part, s remained in the president ‘.

Here is a look at those, the hang is.

Kelly Anne Conway


Kelly Anne Conway, a longtime Republican operative, was Trump’s campaign manager in August of 2016 in the midst of a campaign shakeup only a few months before the election. And she has been with Trump since, connect the White house as an Advisor to the President when he took office. She was assigned to a broad portfolio of responsibilities – serve as a regular on-air surrogate, while the White house conducts anti-opioid effort.

But there was some problem: A government watchdog, which found this year that it is against the Hatch Act, the Federal law that limits the political activities of Federal employees, who, through their TV appearances, and tweets. And then there’s the Problem of her husband, George Conway, for his role as a voting-Trump-critics – create awkwardness, as your boss has publicly slapped the man as a “total whack job”. Nevertheless, she has shown no signs of leaving anytime soon.

Stephen Miller


Perhaps no White House aide is reviled by liberal activists, just as much as Stephen Miller, the architect of the trump card of immigration policy. Miller, a former aide to then-Sen. Jeff Sessions, is a true believer – he Trump campaign occurred during the 2016 primary, and later as a senior White House aide. Miller also flattered himself to his boss by occasional combative appearances in the media.

Democratic activists have to limit itself to targeted Miller because of his involvement in highly charged questions, such as the early efforts of the administration, the trip to the United States from places, including Muslim-majority countries, as well as in the management-enforced policy of separation of illegal immigrant parents from their children, when they were detained at the border. Miller protested, while you try to eat in the DC-area restaurants, but he didn’t feel like driving, the White house is as long as the asset of the President.

Ben Carson


Ben Carson – the retired neurosurgeon and 2016 Republican to Trump a primary opponent – has been tapped to join the Trump Cabinet as Secretary of housing and urban development in the year 2017. As the head of HUD, Carson has worked to roll back Obama-rules of the era, such as a, the officer, that single-sex funded homeless shelters, the Department will give residents based on their stated gender identity instead of their gender at birth.

But he is also a mini-scandals to have survived, such as the time that The New York Times reported, in 2018, to buy the Department planned $31,561 on dining room furniture, force HUD to cancel the purchase. (The Agency’s inspector General later Carson of MIS-deleted behavior.) During a humorous moment earlier this year, Democrats goals in Carson, according to Democratic lawmakers during a congressional hearing asked him, “do you know what an REO is?” Carson replied, “OREO?” The lawmakers shot back that she was talking about, real estate, properties, not cookies.

He stated that he would like to stay, on the HUD by Trump’s first term.

Betsy DeVos


Betsy DeVos – the billionaire on the free school choice advocate was almost in 2017 confirmed as Trump’s secretary of education, under the protests of Democrats. Pence was forced, in the case of a tie vote in the Senate, to confirm – the first time in history that’s happened, for a Cabinet member. She rolled back a number of Obama-era policies, including guidelines for the investigation of allegations of sexual assault on campus, and replace them with the guidelines, she said, would help schools to “treat all students fairly.”

She was a top target for the liberal protesters, and received, a Federal Marshals ‘ detail after your confirmation battle. The Department has said DeVos received repeated threats “, which is necessary to the security detail in the first place.” At a tense moment in 2017, protesters blocked DeVos of the input in a Washington, DC, in the school, and chanted “shame, shame”, the Secretary, as she was led back to her car. But despite all this, DeVos is still in the Department.

Wilbur Ross


Wilbur Ross, a billionaire investor, was confirmed as secretary of commerce in the year 2017 at the age of 79 years, which made him the oldest first-time chef de Cabinet in the history. He played an influential role in the United States’ trade war with China, the recommendation of the Trump administration to implement tariff increases on aluminum and steel imported.

Perhaps controversially, Ross’ Department was involved in the highly charged effort to add a citizenship question to the census in 2020. After protests and court proceedings, the Supreme court this year blocked the question from the census 2020. But the Democratically-controlled house voted to keep the beginning of this year, Ross, along with attorney General Bill Barr, in contempt of Congress for defying Congress subpoena, about the efforts to assess the controversial issue.

Steven Mnuchin


Minister of Finance, Steven Mnuchin – an investment banker who also produced films such as “Entourage”, before the government — involved joined the trump administration in the year 2017, after the money for the trump card during the campaign. He played a leading role in promoting the GOP tax cuts in the year 2017, and in the various sanctions against Iran, China and Syria.

He’s weathered some scandals, including the costs for the secretary’s trips aboard U.S. military aircraft. And his wife, actress Louise Linton, was always in the middle of the controversy, including the time she posed, with her husband, a notorious photo-blinking of an untrimmed sheet of single dollars for the camera.

Mike Pompeo


Mike Pompeo was a Republican Congressman from Kansas, before he listened to it was used by trump as Director of the CIA, in the year 2017 — a role where he personally informed the President every day. He later Trump replaced the first Secretary of state, Rex Tillerson, as the nation’s top diplomat, according to Trump’s repeated battles with Tillerson.

Pompeo has become a confidant of Trump and was largely avoided, the personal scandals of other survivors, in part, by you will be able to get out of the hustle and bustle of daily domestic policy. But recently, he was an opponent of the Democrats about what he knew about Trump’s handling of the Ukraine during the impeachment. While he was with trump since the beginning of his term in office, Pompeo is leaving from pressure from top Republicans to the administration for the Senate in Kansas in the next year.

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