“The most important thing in the Trump administration is to get it done,” said the fashion brand founder, who declined to be identified.
“If you want to look beautiful in an outfit, you have to do it.
You have to look good.
You can’t be an idiot and be successful.”
Trump, a reality TV star, took over as the Republican nominee in November, and his administration has spent the past two weeks moving to consolidate its hold on power.
“You can’t run for president and have an army of bureaucrats that are not going to be supportive,” he said in an interview at the White House last week.
“And the one thing I want to make clear is that I don’t have any power, but I do have a team.”
The president and his aides have been using the press conference and other media events to make a point that they are committed to their vision of an orderly transition to a new administration.
Trump has also repeatedly used the term “regime change” to describe the transition to Trump, saying in his inaugural address that “this will not be an easy process.
It will not take an hour.
It may take days, weeks, months.”
He has made no secret of his admiration for Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, whom he called a “great leader” and who has sought to modernize Egypt and rid the country of the remnants of the Muslim Brotherhood that had ruled the country for decades.
He has also praised Sisi’s “strong” military and government, and has said the United States would have to provide “lethal support” to Egypt, a stance that critics say would give Sisi the military he wants.
The president has also been urging his cabinet members to be loyal to him and to follow his orders, with one cabinet member, Mick Mulvaney, saying he would be the first to go if he was fired.
But there is no sign that the president is going to let the cabinet members have their way.
“There’s a lot of people in the White and a lot more people than the president and the cabinet.
It’s not a good combination,” Mulvane said.
Mulvaney was not at the press briefing, and spokesmen for the president did not respond to repeated requests for comment.
Trump has also said that he will nominate “very talented” officials to serve in his administration, including Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, who has been an adviser to Trump’s campaign, and Secretary of Defense James Mattis, who is leading the Central Command, the military wing of the White Trump Organization.
Trump’s team has also put out several statements calling on members of Congress to vote for the cabinet nominees they like, as well as a message on the Whitehouse.gov website encouraging members of the public to vote “no” on their own cabinet nominees.
The White House did not immediately respond to a request for comment from The Washington Post.