Examples of appointee in a Sentence
the announcement of the presidential appointees to the cabinet
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That's why the map-drawing will start in the legislature, then possibly be turned over to a seven-member commission of lawmakers and their appointees.
Still, Giancarlo and Clayton, appointees of President Donald Trump who have been tasked with reducing regulation, will be hard pressed to walk the fine line between asking for more regulatory authority without expanding regulatory bureaucracy.
Abbott has received millions of dollars from his appointees to state boards and commissions.
Notably, these efforts to pressure his appointees seem to have largely failed.
At the time, a ruling in PHH’s favor would have allowed Trump to fire then-director Richard Cordray, an Obama appointee, and nominate his own pick to run the bureau.
Government bodies who appointed members to the library board fell under pressure to dump their appointees.
The third was an appointee of Republican George W. Bush.
The Austrian post has been vacant since Jan. 20, 2017, when former Ambassador Alexa Wesner, an Obama appointee, tendered her resignation to the new administration.
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