Now that Donald Trump has secured the Presidency, it's time for him to choose who will be in his cabinet. It's likely Trump will choose from his group of loyal friends, and he's got a big posse to choose from.
Rudy Giuliani is reportedly at the top of Trump's list to head the Justice Department. As a former prosecutor, he's got the chops and he's fiercely defended Trump on the campaign trail.
Secretary of Defense
Former Army Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn seems the most obvious choice to lead the Pentagon. He's been one of Trump's biggest allies on the campaign trail and has an impressive resume.
National Security Council
However, Gen. Flynn might be better suited to head Trump's National Security Council.
He led the Defense Intelligence Agency and served as the Joint Functional Component Command for Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance. He was also chair of the Military Intelligence Board.
Gen. Flynn would also need a special waiver from Congress to become the defense secretary because he's only been retired from military service for five years.
Secretary of the Treasury
It's widely rumored that Trump is looking to appoint a fellow businessman for this role, and Goldman Sachs veteran (and film producer) Steve Mnuchin fits the bill.
Secretary of State
Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich has been a close friend of Trump's, so it's possible that Trump would give him a cushy job as the U.S.' top diplomat.
Secretary of State is one of the most coveted cabinet positions, and the rumors keep swirling about who Trump could pick. It's also possible that Trump could tap former U.N. Ambassador John Bolton for the post.
Names floating around: Steve Mnuchin at Treasury, Corker for State, Giuliani wants defense— Gabriel Sherman (@gabrielsherman) November 10, 2016
But it's all speculation at this point and the rumors keep changing.
Secretary of Homeland Security
Chris Christie may seem like a better choice for Attorney General, but he's got experience when it comes to organizing disaster relief and terrorism response.
Christie was one of the first GOP candidates to throw their support behind Trump, so it's clear he will get some kind of cabinet position and DHS could be a good fit for him.
The New Jersey governor led his state through the Hurricane Sandy recovery effort, and he's been praised for his leadership and organization in the state government -- something the dysfunctional DHS desperately needs.
White House Chief of Staff
It's unlikely Reince Priebus will seek to retain his spot as head of the Republican National Committee and many people think Trump will tap him to be his Chief of Staff.
Take a look back at who we thought might have made Trump's cabinet way back in July.