There is no denying that President Trump prefers his White House staff to be a fluid and dynamic bunch, ready to tackle whatever challenges may lie in store for the during this resistance-heavy term in office.
Maybe that’s putting it a bit nicely.
President Trump goes through cabinet members and staff like some of us go through Kleenex in the winter. This isn’t the terrible, dysfunctional thing that the media has made it out to be, however. We have to remind ourselves that Trump comes from a business background where you either gets things done or you yourself are done. He’s running the White House like a business, exactly like we elected him to do.
So, as it goes, there are certainly other pieces of the federal puzzle where a businessman could excel…and President Trump knows this.
Cain, 73, was in the White House on Wednesday, according to people familiar with the matter. Two seats on the Fed board are vacant, but nominating Cain raises the prospect of a Senate confirmation hearing focused on the sexual harassment and infidelity accusations that ended his presidential campaign.
The people declined to be identified discussing the matter because Trump hasn’t made a decision. Cain was also under consideration for other possible top government posts.
This could mean great things for our already strong economy.
The president’s top economic adviser, Larry Kudlow, said last week that the White House wants Fed governors “who understand that you can have strong economic growth without higher inflation.”
Cain had a long corporate career and is also familiar with the Federal Reserve system. From 1992 to 1996, he served as a director of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, as well as deputy chairman and then chairman.
For many, Herman Cain would be a welcome face in the Trump administration, but with a President as particular as Trump is, how long would Cain’s bold personality last in the West Wing?
Just so long as we get more “shucky ducky”, I’m in.
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