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Rudy Giuliani Reuters photos New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conway and campaign strategist Stephen Bannon attend President-elect Donald Trumps election night rally early Wednesday morning in Manhattan. Christie could be considered for U.S. Attorney General and Bannon for chief of staff. Carl Icahn By Vera Bergengruen, Anna Douglas and Matthew Schofield, McClatchy Washington Bureau Nov 12, 2016 at 3:11 pm | Print View WASHINGTON President-elect Donald Trumps list of choices for his Cabinet contains an eclectic mix of early backers of his campaign, business executives and conservative activists. Despite his promise to drain the swamp, the names being mentioned also show that he and his advisers are drawing heavily from a group of Washington insiders. Here are the top picks being considered to serve in Trumps Cabinet and as White House chief of staff: Chief of staff Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus, 44, is seen as the top candidate for a job that requires knowing how to manage the often unpredictable president-elect. Priebus, who ran the RNC for the last six years and is an experienced Washington hand, became a close confidant in the final months of the campaign. Breitbart News Chairman Steve Bannon, 62, is reportedly also being considered for the position. As the Trump campaigns CEO, the conservative media executive pushed for some of Trumps more controversial moves, including a news conference with women who had accused Bill Clinton of sexual assault right before a debate.
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Bette Midler It takes a special kind of performer to climb the showbiz ladder the way Bette Midler has! She began performing in theatre as a teenager, and had her first Broadway role in Fiddler on the Roof in 1966. Subsequent roles proved scarce, however, and to make ends meet, Midler began performing stand-up comedy in a gay bathhouse in 1970. In her act, Midler performed a variety of characters and vocal selections, which earned her a die-hard fanbase. addressIn 1972, Midler released her first album, The Divine Miss M, which scored her a Grammy Award, and she began to make frequent appearances on late-night television shows. Hollywood came calling for Midler in 1979, tapping her to make her film debut in The Rose, a rock musical based on the life of Janis Joplin. Midler earned an Oscar nomination for her performance. Despite her success, Midler struggled to find acting work following The Rose, though she continued to release hit albums. She made a major film comeback with the hit Down and Out in Beverly Hills in 1986, and embarked on a series of hits that included Outrageous Fortune, Ruthless People and Beaches.
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