Watt has told employees and others close to him that he plans to stay at his post after Trump becomes president to serve out a term that doesn’t end until January 2019.
Given the importance of financial regulation in the post-crisis world, keeping these seats filled with highly qualified individuals should be a priority.
Modernizing infrastructure will have clear economic benefits, both to individuals in terms of jobs created and to businesses in terms of improving the flow of commerce.
Theresa Cardinal Brown, director of immigration policy at the Bipartisan Policy Center, joined Fox News to discuss Gen. John Kelly, President-elect Donald Trump’s selection to lead the Department of Homeland Security, and the nominee’s potential impact on the border security…
The president-elect and both parties in Congress want to do something about repairing and rebuilding the crumbling infrastructure in the U.S.
If there’s one thing President-elect Donald Trump, Congress and a lot of Democrats can agree on, it’s the need for more spending on bridges, roads and other infrastructure.
He may have vanquished Hillary Clinton and doubters in his own party, but his administration can’t defy economic gravity.