The shoot-from-the-hip style that helped Donald Trump win the presidency is now playing out in his transition to governing.
An insular group of loyalists and family members are at the helm, giving the public little information, and officials from across the federal government say they have heard nothing from the people who are supposed to take their place two months from now.
One of Trump’s most respected links to the Republican foreign policy community, former Rep. Mike Rogers of Michigan, abruptly announced he was leaving the transition team. Rogers, a former chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, had been an important bridge between Trump and skeptics in his party.
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