Nobody in anything as large as the United States Government can run the whole show alone. You take the greatest presidents this country has ever had and even they had people that they looked to for counsel. People that they sought out the advice of because despite being a brilliant and intelligent person, no one man or woman is going to be an expert at anything.
The thing that a lot of liberal whiners had been worrying about in the run up to Election Day was this notion of Donald Trump not being able to know what to do. Guess what, you don’t always need to know what to do.
Sometimes, all you need is a good vision of what you have in store for the country and some people that you can bounce ideas off of and tell you what has happened based off of certain choices in their own personal experience.
Look at it this way; say for example that you are an architech that has been charged with coming up with the plans for a house. You want this house to be the best looking, most well designed house that it can be. However, the architech knows that there is going to be something that comes up in the actual building of the house that they cannot personally handle. They may not know for certain whether or not a particular material is going to be able to hold well in an archway, or how long it is going to take to put together…
The country has been anxiously waiting to find out who will fill Donald Trump’s cabinet. We knew that he was going to stack it with some big time conservatives. White House Chief of Staff is a critical position that requires someone with a lot of toughness. Trump made his choice. It’s GOP Chairman Reince Priebus.
BREAKING NEWS: RNC head Reince Priebus to be Trump’s White House chief of staff – Fox News, NBC News, Citing Sources — Breaking911 (@Breaking911) November 13, 2016 BREAKING NEWS: RNC Chair Reince Priebus to be named President-elect Trump’s chief of staff, sources tell Fox News — Fox News (@FoxNews) November 13, 2016
The guy knows Washington inside and out and he did an incredible job keeping all the plates spinning during this election cycle.
He had to worry about the donors, the GOP establishment, the Trump supporters, and the voters.
He nailed it.
A lot of people wanted Steve Bannon to get the job. He wouldn’t have been a bad choice either.