President Donald Trump’s incoming team has unveiled a list of its priorities, as the president takes the helm of his first 100 days in office.
The new list includes several new appointments, including Attorney General Jeff Sessions and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin.
But there’s more than just new appointments: There’s also a big change at the top of the administration.
It’s been two years since then-White House chief of staff Reince Priebus took over as chief of the White House Office of Management and Budget.
Priebus’ move is one of the most notable departures from the previous administration, which was led by Trump loyalist Reince “Bam” Bannon.
He left the White, a former Breitbart News chairman, to become chief of Breitbart News.
Bannon is now serving as the Trump campaign’s executive chairman, replacing Bannon.
In the new White House, the Trump administration is moving away from its previous, more populist approach, according to one White House official.
The focus now is more on getting people in positions to implement policies, the official said.
But Bannon has long been seen as a major obstacle to that effort.
Barrett’s list of the top priorities includes:More:Reince Priebus will replace Stephen Bannon as chief White House strategist.