The Trump administration could launch a game of Cabinet musical chairs to grab a 53rd GOP seat in the Senate. White House officials want to make West Virginia Democrat Sen. Joe Manchin the new secretary of energy, administration sources told Bloomberg News. Under this scenario, West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice — a former Democrat who...
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