Why did Trump pick his own secretary of state?
Donald Trump is now picking his own Secretary of State, choosing a person he thinks has more experience in foreign affairs than he does.
But he has also been weighing in on foreign policy issues, including the Iran nuclear deal.
The former reality TV star has been critical of the Obama administration’s handling of the nuclear deal with Iran, as well as his own policies.
Trump is also considering who will run the State Department, and is looking to appoint a person who has served in the past, rather than someone who was part of his campaign team.
The president-elect was reportedly looking to pick a secretary of defense for the first time.
While he may pick his choice, there is still some time before the president-in-waiting is sworn in.
A report published by The Washington Post on Thursday said Trump has not been informed of his pick yet.
The Post report also said the president would meet with national security adviser H.R. McMaster and National Security Adviser Lt.
Gen. H. R. McMaster II.
The paper said the meeting would take place at Trump’s Bedminster, New Jersey, golf club, but did not say when.
The Trump transition team did not immediately respond to a request for comment on the report.
Trump has made several foreign policy statements during his presidential campaign, including saying the U.S. should have taken in more refugees during the first days of the refugee crisis in the wake of the attacks in Paris.
In the same speech, Trump also said that he would consider appointing a Supreme Court justice to fill the vacancy left by Antonin Scalia.
Trump said that, in addition to his foreign policy views, he also had “great respect for the military.”
Trump also praised the generals who served in his campaign, and said he was looking forward to working with them on foreign affairs.