President Donald Trump reportedly skeleton to commission Kirstjen
Nielsen, a longtime help to arch of staff John Kelly, to head
a Department of Homeland Security.
Trump’s proclamation could come as early as Wednesday, Politico reported,
citing dual administration officials and 3 outward advisers
informed with a matter.
The Homeland Security Department’s tip pursuit has been empty since
July, when Kelly was given a arch of staff purpose after the
ousting of his predecessor, Reince Priebus. Acting secretary
Elaine Duke has been heading DHS in a meantime.
Nielsen, 45, is famous for her inhabitant confidence and cybersecurity
expertise, and previously served in a Transportation
Security Administration and on a White House Homeland Security
Council underneath a George W. Bush administration.
“She would be a initial chairman to run a dialect who has
indeed worked there,” one chairman tighten to a Trump
administration told Politico. “She has a low familiarity.”
Nielsen is also famous for being a bold enforcer of
Kelly’s bulletin in a West Wing, where her reportedly curt,
no-nonsense manner caused some
recoil among Trump aides.
According to Politico, mixed Trump loyalists even privately
referred to Nielsen as “Nurse Ratched,” a illusory character
from “One Flew Over a Cuckoo’s Nest” famous for her stern and
hurtful change over a mental establishment she managed.