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Donald Trump Taps Retired Gen. James Mattis As Defense Secretary

Huffington Post Friday, 2 December 2016
President-elect Donald Trump has chosen retired Marine Gen. James Mattis to lead the Defense Department, he announced Thursday in Ohio.

The pick was first reported by The Washington Post and CNN, which cited anonymous sources, but Trump spokesman Jason Miller later tweeted that “no decision has been made yet” for the...
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News video: Trump to Nominate Gen. James Mattis for Defense Secretary

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Dec.01 -- At a victory tour event in Cincinnati, Ohio, President-Elect Donald Trump said he will nominate retired Marine General James Mattis as Defense secretary.

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