are presidential "Advisors" actually official positions? who are Trumps "advisors"? why?
who selects a presidents "Advisors"? are these like "lobbyists"? or how different or similar? how long been this way and why?
- Anonymous6 months agoFavourite answer
If Trump can't get to you physically, he'll get to you emotionally.
- Anonymous6 months ago
While Senate confirmation is required for some advisers, such as the Director of the Office of Management and Budget, most are appointed with full Presidential discretion. The individual offices that these advisers oversee have grown in size and number since the Executive Office President was created.
No president knows everything. Trump thinks he knows WAY more than he does which is why he makes so many mistakes. Being presidential includes knowing one's limitations. This is why it's important for the president to surround himself w/ the most qualified people ... not Jared and Ivanka.