Examples of appointee in a Sentence
the announcement of the presidential appointees to the cabinet
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From now on, any such letters from Trump appointees — and there may be many more to come — will be painstakingly parsed for code, with points awarded for new variations.
The newest appointee to L.A.’s Board of Public Works, Rivas is the liaison to the bureaus of street lighting and engineering.
Whether Jordan calling for Nixon’s impeachment, Waters holding Steve Mnuchin’s feet to the fire, or Harris grilling Trump appointees during congressional hearings, black women are always seen as the keepers of our democratic integrity.
There should be no mentions of my house, a political appointee who sold me the house, or $1 million discounts.
The new appointee will serve the remainder of Curran's term, which ends Nov. 30, 2018.
But the legislature in the meantime had passed a law that prohibits the state from paying cabinet appointees who are reappointed after the legislature fails to approve their nominations.
Such a requirement would prompt a negotiation between the president and the ethics office similar to those currently conducted with the president’s appointees.
Kroner and Shaw also were among the appointees at that time.
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