David Eagles

Partnership for Public Service

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David Eagles is Director of the Center for Presidential Transition at the Partnership for Public Service, a bipartisan nonprofit organization which assists with the transition process.

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The process of staffing up the Trump Administration will continue long after this Friday's inauguration.

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As a candidate, Donald Trump promised to "drain the swamp," but his own, global holdings already pose a unique set of ethical conflicts.

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