Department of Health and Human Services: Representative Tom Price now confirmed.
In a party-line vote early Friday morning, the Senate confirmed Representative Tom Price of Georgia to lead the Department of Health and Human Services. Tom Price authored proposals to eliminate and replace Obamacare.
As HHS secretary, Price will now have the power to repeal and replace Obamacare. We can now look forward to affordable health care with premium coverage.
President Donald Trump’s 9 Cabinet Members So Far Confirmed Waiting on 10 more.
Secretary of State: Rex Tillerson status of nomination: Confirmed on a vote of 56 to 43 on February 1.
Department of Defense: General James Mattis confirmed on a vote 98 to 1 on January 20th.
Department of Justice: Senator Jeff Sessions confirmed on a vote 52 to 47 on February 8th.
Department of Homeland Security: Retired General John Kelly confirmed on a vote 88 to 11 on January 20th.
Department of Transportation: Elaine Chao Confirmed on a vote of 93 to 6 on January 31st.
Department of Education: Betsy Devos Confirmed on a 51-50 vote on February 7, with Vice President Mike Pence breaking the tie.
Ambassador to the United Nations: Governor Nikki Haley of South Carolina confirmed on a vote 96 to 4.
Director of C.I.A. Representative Mike Pompeo of Kansas confirmed on a vote 66 to 32 on January 23rd.
- Department of Housing and Urban Development: Dr. Ben Carson. Awaiting floor vote.
- Department of Energy: Former Texas Governor Rick Perry. Awaiting floor vote.
- Department of Labor: Andrew Puzder hearing February 16th.
- Department of Treasury: Steve Mnuchin awaiting confirmation
- Departmentment of the Interior: Representative Ryan Zinke. Awaiting floor vote.
- Department of Commerce: Wilbur Ross. Awaiting floor vote.
- Department of Agriculture: Sonny Perdue. Awaiting a hearing.
- Department of Veterans Affairs: Dr. David Shulkin. Awaiting a committee vote.
- Administrator of Environmental Protection Agency: Scott Pruitt. Awaiting a floor vote.
- Director, Office of Management and Budget: Representative Mick Mulvaney of South Carolina. Awaiting floor vote.