Examples of appointee in a Sentence
the announcement of the presidential appointees to the cabinet
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Cabinet officials and political appointees are not eligible.
Chhabria, an Obama appointee, said at a hearing Monday that California and other states had protected consumers from the loss of the funding so people didn’t face an immediate threat of higher insurance costs.
If picked, Mr Powell—also an Obama appointee—would stand out from recent incumbents.
Trump’s impact on American women doesn’t just end with his political appointees either.
The important federal post has sat empty since March when Kenneth Magidson — along with dozens of Obama-era appointees around the country — was forced to resign by the Trump administration.
Powell can now pursue that end along with Trump appointee Randal Quarles, the Fed’s new vice chair for supervision.
The 69-year-old attorney served five months as a Kenton County Circuit Court judge from 2006-2007 as an appointee.
Two Trump appointees, SEC Chairman Jay Clayton and CFTC Chairman Chris Giancarlo, will be charged with carrying out many of the proposals.
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