Trump's Picks for Treasury and Transportation

Donald Trump’s poll numbers are turning in his favor, so our intrepid team of reporters is determined to find out who are his choices for his Cabinet.


Yesterday, the Trump campaign’s CEO, Stephen Bannon, told associate solitary reporter John Jones that he has picked Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf as his Secretary of the Treasury. 


From 2011 to 2016, 2,300 of Wells Fargo’s employees opened accounts for existing customers without the customers’ authorizations, resulting in Thursday's fine of $185,000 from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and other governmental regulators. 


“We need a guy in there at Treasury who acts just like Mr. Trump does,” Bannon said. “Confuse the customer with blandishments, then get him hooked — as Mr. Trump did so brilliantly at Trump University." 


And, in an exclusive interview with Trump’s campaign manager, Kellyanne Conway, associate solitary reporter Jim Smith has just learned that Trump’s transition manager, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, will be the next Secretary of Transportation.


“Chris did such a good job of managing the flow of traffic into Manhattan by closing the George Washington Bridge down three years ago that he was the only logical choice,” Conway explained. 


As we reported on September 13, Ann Coulter will be Trump’s Secretary of Homeland Security because of her strong support for Trump’s Wall.


When Smith asked Conway why Bush One, President George H.W. Bush, has decided to vote for Hillary, Conway simply said, “We don’t want his support and we don’t need it."


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