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>> Another day, another possible Trump appointment. As the transition team scrambles to fill 4,000 positions, now it's been floated that South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley is a contender for Secretary of State. Governor Haley meeting with team Trump on Thursday.>> Shit on it.>> Haley has won a claim of lay for her steadfast handling of major crisis in her state.
Including the shooting of nine black churchgoers in Mother Emanuel in 2015. The subsequent controversies surrounding the state capital's confederate flag as well as Hurricane Matthew. In the Republican primary Haley endorsed Marco Rubio and then Ted Cruz but in the end reluctantly came around to Trump.>> I come back to say that the best person based on the policies and dealing with things like Obamacare still is Donald Trump.
That doesn't mean it's an easy vote.>> Meanwhile, NBC reports that retired Lieutenant General Michael Flynn is being considered for the role of National Security Advisor. Flynn was a Foreign Policy Advisor to Trump, and a fiercely outspoken critic against Hillary Clinton.>> Lock her up, lock her up!
>> Lock her up!>> Damn right. Exactly right.>> Though like many of Trump's potential appointments, Flynn's got some baggage of his own. The former Lieutenant General reportedly believes the US should work more closely with Russia to resolve global security issues. The Daily Caller reported that he lobbied for a company with close ties to the Turkish Government.
He also once gave a paid speech to Russia's state owned media outlet, RT. And once retweeted an anti-Semitic tweet that ended with not anymore Jews, not any more.