President-elect Trump is still considering who he wants for his Cabinet. He has picked a Chief of Staff, Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus.

FOX's Jon Decker reports from the White House:

Incoming White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus, speaking on FOX & Friends, said he was optimistic that the Trump Administration will be successful in jump-starting the U.S. economy, securing the border and defeating ISIS:

(Priebus) "In 20 years, we want every American no matter who you are, to look back at President Trump and say wow, this person did an incredible job."

Priebus is seen as a consensus builder who knows how to navigate Capitol Hill.

Joining Priebus as President-elect Donald Trump's first hires, will be former campaign chairman Stephen Bannon, who will serve as a senior counselor and Chief Strategist.

At the White House Jon Decker, FOX News.

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