The WSJ has named candidates on a post of the head of the Pentagon

Elected President of the United States Donald trump is considering several candidates for the post of head of the Pentagon. On Friday, November 18, the newspaper the Wall Street Journal (WSJ), citing informed sources.

Thus, the number of applicants listed former Director of the Central intelligence Agency (CIA) David Petraeus, who in 2012 resigned due to an extramarital affair with his biographer Paula Broadwell.

Also a candidate is considered a retired General of the marine Corps James Mattis. According to the newspaper, the former commander of the inter-service command of the Armed forces of the United States intends to meet with trump in new Jersey.

Other candidates are retired General Jack Keane, who was a counselor in the election headquarters of the trump, the former Senator from Missouri Jim Talent, a former aide to President George Bush for national security Affairs Stephen Hadley, and Senator from Arkansas, Tom cotton.

Earlier, The Washington Post, citing sources reported that trump is considering as a candidate for the position of head of the Pentagon, the Senator from new Hampshire Kelly Allott.

On 18 November it became known that trump has decided on candidates for key positions in his administration. So, for attorney General trump chose the Senator from Alabama Jeff and Roman sessions, the Director of the CIA, he invited the Congressman from Kansas, Mike Pompeo. Adviser on national security issues becomes the General-the Lieutenant in resignation, Michael Flynn. All three had agreed to work in the administration of a new American leader.