Commerce: Wilbur L. Ross, Jr.

Defense: Mark Esper

Education: Elisabeth Prince DeVos

Energy: Dan Brouillette

Health and Human Services: Alex Azar

Housing and Urban Development:

Benjamin S. Carson, Sr.

The Interior: David Bernhardt

Labor: Eugene Scalia

State: Mike Pompeo

Transportation: Elaine L. Chao

The Treasury: Steven T. Mnuchin

Veterans Affairs: Robert Wilkie

Agriculture: Sonny Perdue

Homeland Security: Chad Wolf

White House Chief of Staff: Mark Meadows

Office of Management and Budget: Russ Vought

National Intelligence: John Ratcliffe

Attorney General: William Barr

Central Intelligence Agency: Gina Haspel

Environmental Protection Agency: Andrew Wheeler

Small Business Administration: Jovita Carranza

U.S. Trade Representative: Robert Lighthizer

Vice President: Michael R. Pence

Last Updated May, 2020


  • Heads of various departments, offices, and the military.
  • Advises the President. 


  • With a majority vote plus the Vice Presidents' approval, may declare the president temporarily unfit to hold office.
  • All other powers are only devolved from the President and may be revoked.


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