As President-elect Donald Trump begins his transition to the most powerful office in the world, how will his administration move on from a contentious race? NewsHour Weekend Special Correspondent Jeff Greenfield joins Alison Stewart for more analysis as shown in this PBS Newshour video download from YouTube.
President-elect tapped Reince Priebus, the chairman of the Republican National Committee to be his White House chief of staff, turning to a true Washington insider whose connections with GOP House Speaker Paul Ryan, is expected to help Trump get Congress to back his agenda after he's sworn in in January as president.
Trump also named David Bannon as his senior counselor and chief West Wing strategist.
Both appointments were widely expected by the billionaire Washington outsider who shocked the nation and thje world by defeating Hillary Clinton for the presidency.