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President-elect Donald Trump may not take office until January 20, but the speculation about his cabinet is already swirling.

Who's going to be Trump's secretary of state? His chief of staff? Attorney general? Secretary of Defense?

On a special edition of "On The Record" tonight, Martha MacCallum got insight from Caitlin Huey Burns and Shelby Holliday.

Huey Burns said the position she thinks is particularly important is chief of staff.

She noted that RNC Chairman Reince Priebus has been rumored for that role, which she said would be a "productive decision" because of Priebus' relationships in Congress.

She noted that there are rumors that his campaign chief, Steve Bannon, is also up for chief of staff, but she thinks that would send the wrong message to the rest of the GOP.

Holliday pointed out that Jared Kushner, Trump's son-in-law was spotted taking a long walk on the White House grounds with Obama Chief of Staff Denis McDonough during Trump's Oval Office visit with President Obama Thursday.

"I think that's something that should not be ruled out," Holliday said. "It's not a public position. It's the president's most trusted advisor."

As for Kellyanne Conway, Huey Burns said communications director or press secretary could be good fits for Trump's campaign manager.

Get more insight on potential cabinet picks above, and let us know what you think in the comments.

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