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Donald Trump is a brilliant man. His taking back of the White House for the American people against the world globalists proved that. And now liberals are having a freak out of epic proportions because Trump just picked his first three transition team members, and its brilliant.
Trump was an anamoly in the corporate world when he would take female talent potential to run his hotels and companies. While the rest of NYC’s business leaders stuck with the traditional male hiarchy, Trump broke ground multiple times when he saw talent that reached across gender lines. Now it’s apparent his white house team will be no different. His first pick is a woman who made history as the first female to successfully run a presidential campaign, against a vicious media at that.
Kellyanne Conway was named Donald Trump’s campaign manager Aug. 17, making her the first woman to ever run a Republican presidential campaign. She’s traveled with Trump throughout his campaign in its last months and advised him, as well as appeared frequently on TV to speak on his behalf.

 

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Conway, 49, is a veteran political operative, who’s spent the last three decades advising Republicans on how to appeal to female voters. In fact, she was already doing this for the Trump campaign before he tapped her to be his campaign manager.gettyimages-621169338-1478627679
Conway graduated magna cum laude from Trinity College in Washington, D.C., earning a degree in political science.
Conway met Trump in 2006, when she was living in one of his buildings, according to the Washington Post. She even served on the condo board of the Trump World Tower in Manhattan. Trump, she told the Post, was surprisingly hands on, even showing up to meetings to hear residents’ concerns. Over the years, the Post continued, Trump would call her to say he’d seen her on TV and ask her opinion on a topic.

Trump’s second pick is none other than billionaire innovator Peter thiel, a gay Republican and business genius. Peter, an immigrant from Austria, helped create PayPal, then using the money to invest and fund ideas he saw as having potent l to shape the future. He invested in a young Facebook when he so it’s potential, and we all see how that turned out.
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Peter is going to be perfect for bringing the outside insight trump needs to restart American industry.

The third pick needs no introduction. Growing up a poor African American in inner city Detroit to becoming the surgeon to personally perform the first fully successful conjoined twin separation at age 35, doctor Ben Carson is just the doctor we need to solve America’s Healthcare crisis. And Donald Trump has tapped him as his number three.

Benjamin Solomon Carson was born in Detroit, Michigan, on September 18, 1951, the second son of Sonya and Robert Solomon Carson. His mother was raised in Tennessee in a very large family and dropped out of school in the third grade. With limited prospects in life, she married Baptist minister and factory worker Robert Carson when she was 13. The couple moved to Detroit and had two children. But Sonya eventually discovered her husband was a bigamist and had another secret family. The two divorced, with Robert going to live with his other family and thus leaving Sonya and her children financially devastated.
Ben was 8 and Curtis, his brother, was 10 when Sonya began to raise them as a single mother, reportedly moving to Boston to live with her sister for a time and eventually returning to Detroit. The family was very poor and to make ends meet Sonya sometimes toiled at two or three jobs simultaneously in order to provide for her boys. Most of the jobs she had was as a domestic worker.As Carson later detailed in his autobiography, his mother was frugal with the family’s finances, cleaning and patching clothes from the Goodwill in order to dress the boys. The family would also go to local farmers and offer to pick vegetables in exchange for a portion of the yield. Sonya would then can the produce for the kids’ meals. Her actions, and the way she managed the family, proved to be a tremendous influence on Ben and Curtis.Sonya also taught her boys that anything was possible. By his recollection many years later, Carson had thoughts of a career in medicine. Because his family was on medical assistance, they would have to wait for hours to be seen by one of the interns at hospitals in Boston or Detroit. Ben would listen to the pulse of the hospital as doctors and nurses went about their routines, fantasizing that one day they’d be calling for a “Dr. Carson.”

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