You have absolutely no clue about management or what the word responsibility means. You have also been all over the place on this issue. For the last time: Trump had two months before he was inaugurated to nominate and hire his cabinet. Once those positions were filled, Trump would have logically (which he isn't) delegated the responsibility of finding candidates to fill their respective departments and then had those cabinet members present him with their suggestions for other nominated positions. At that point Trump would either say yes, no or I don't know this person and I'd like to speak personally with them, etc. That being said, it is still the responsibility (there's that pesky word again) to officially nominate these individuals to the congress so they can be put up for a vote. Why is that so God awfully hard to understand? Either one of two things has to be true, either these recommendations have been made and Trump is simply refusing to officially nominate them or the recommendations have not been made and Trump is a bafoon for not forcing the cabinet members to come up with their preferences for certain positions. This is fucking Presidential 101 by the way. This is the kind of thing that is a foregone conclusion well before inauguration day. Otherwise getting their agenda enacted is virtually impossible. This is exactly what Winston's OC was.....that Trump's political agenda is entirely in jeopardy, in most cases, simply because the government isn't properly staffed to enact said legislation. Look at healthcare and what a fucking debacle that has been. Jesus Christ, you have a Republican House and Senate and a Republican President and you can't even accomplish the one thing that Republicans have been crowing about for the past 7-8 years. It's amateur hour at the WH. The fact that you will even defend this is all that is necessary to know that you are nothing more than a Trump hack.