Like contestants on "The Apprentice," there's a slew of conservatives vying to work with a potential President Donald Trump. Who will get the coveted spots on Trump's cabinet? We don't know for sure, but we've got some guesses.
Attorney General: Gov. Chris Christie
The New Jersey governor is a former federal prosecutor, so he's got the chops to take on the Department of Justice. He and Trump are close friends and talk on the phone frequently.
Christie was reportedly very upset by Trump's decision to choose Indiana Gov. Mike Pence for his running mate, with news reports saying he told Trump to "pick up his own dry cleaning." Maybe the two can reconcile.
Department of Homeland Security Secretary: Rudy Giuliani
The former New York City mayor and Trump are longtime friends. Giuliani led NYC through its response to the 9/11 terrorist attack, giving him serious credit on the national security front.
Trump has said he thinks Giuliani would be a "wise" choice to lead the Department of Homeland Security and has even suggested creating a new commission on terrorism for Giuliani to lead.
But it could go either way. Giuliani is also a prominent lawyer and Christie worked closely with FEMA, a DHS agency, in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy.
Trump may also be worried that a Attorney General Christie will be more likely to prosecute him after being snubbed for vice president.
Secretary of Defense: Lt. Gen. Mike Flynn
Retired Army Lt. Gen. Mike Flynn is reported to be an adviser for Trump and his past military experience would make him an obvious choice to lead the Department of Defense.
The former head of the Defense Intelligence Agency shares similar views with Trump on Islamic extremism and Trump has expressed support for Lt. Gen. Flynn, even though he's a registered Democrat.
Health and Human Service Secretary: Ben Carson
The retired neurosurgeon quickly threw his support behind Trump after dropping his own presidential campaign. Trump has said he would "welcome" Carson into his administration.
Department of Energy Secretary: Sarah Palin
Palin has been an avid Trump supporter, stumping with him on the campaign trail. Trump has said Palin could "certainly play a role" in his administration if she wanted to.
Palin has made it clear which job she wants. The wildcard former Alaska governor told CNN she would gladly be Trump's energy secretary so she can dismantle the agency.