Former United States secretary at Homeland security
Kirstjen Nielsen is an American attorney who is a former United States secretary of homeland security. She is a former principal White House deputy chief of staff to President Donald Trump and was chief of staff to John F. Kelly during his tenure as secretary of homeland security. Nielsen was confirmed as secretary of homeland security on December 5, 2017. Following her appointment, Nielsen was tasked with implementation of Trump administration family separation policy. She submitted her resignation on April 7, 2019, which came into effect three days later.
Wray began his Department of Justice career in 1997 as an Assistant US Attorney for the Northern District of Georgia, where he prosecuted cases ranging from public corruption to gun trafficking and financial fraud. In 2003, Wray was nominated by President George W. Bush to serve as Assistant Attorney General for the Criminal Division. In addition to overseeing criminal matters, he played a key role in the evolving national security mission of the department. Wray also served on the president’s Corporate Fraud Task Force and supervised the Enron Task Force.
Anchor for the weekday edition at NBC Nightly News
On June 18, 2015, Holt was made the permanent anchor of NBC Nightly News following the demotion of Brian Williams, making him the first African-American to solo anchor a weekday network nightly newscast. Holt is also known for his moderation of the first Presidential debate of 2016, and was praised for his role in fact-checking false statements made by both candidates. President Donald Trump later expressed his approval of Holt's moderation during the debate, noting that he "thought it was very fair".
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