What's the latest on the possible cabinet picks of President-elect Donald Trump. 

Kristin Fisher reported (watch above) this morning on America's Newsroom on the long list of names that have surfaced, including Rudy Giuliani and John Bolton for the secretary of state position. 

Giuliani was asked last night about the reports at a Wall Street Journal forum.

"John would be an excellent choice," he told Gerard Baker, emphasizing that he does not want to be attorney general.

"Is there anybody better?" Baker responded.

"Maybe me, I don't know," the former New York City mayor said, drawing laughter from the audience.

Fisher said Bolton, a former U.N. ambassador and current Fox News contributor, declined to comment on the possible cabinet appointment.

Carl Cameron reported this morning that it looks like Giuliani is the frontrunner for the position. He said an announcement is not expected today, but VP-elect Mike Pence will be meeting in New York with Trump to go over the transition.

Senior adviser Kellyanne Conway has been rumored as a possible choice for communications director, Cameron said.

Laura Ingraham's name has surfaced in connection with the press secretary job. She said on Tucker Carlson Tonight that she would "seriously consider" the role if she felt that she could help advance the Trump agenda. 

Newt Gingrich was asked by Megyn Kelly last night about a possible role for him in the administration. 

Gingrich said he wants to serve as a "general planner" for Trump, working on how to fundamentally reshape the federal government.

"The closest analogy probably is Harry Hopkins and the work he did for Franklin Delano Roosevelt," he said, referring to one of the architects of the New Deal.

Let us know who you'd like to see in the Trump cabinet. 


UPDATE, 11:20am: Dr. Ben Carson has withdrawn his name from consideration for any cabinet positions, Fox News confirmed this morning.


Defiant Rahm Emanuel to Trump: 'Chicago Will Always Be Sanctuary City'

Trump Delivers Message to Supporters on Alleged Racial Incidents: 'Stop It'

Celebrities Getting Cold Feet About Leaving the U.S. After Trump's Victory

'SNL' Mocks Overconfident Hillary Voters in Hilarious Election Night Sketch