New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie waves after speaking on the second night of the Republican National Convention, Tuesday, July 19, 2016, in Cleveland. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)
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Donald Trump need look no farther than this week's GOP crowd at the Quicken Loans Arena to assemble a future Cabinet.There's Sen. Bob Corker of Tennessee, seen by many as a would-be secretary of state, mingling with donors and greeting foreign ambassadors who are visiting Cleveland to observe the convention proceedings.For these politicians and others, the Republican National Convention offers a singular opportunity to try to nominate themselves for posts in a future Trump administration even as Trump is being officially nominated for president. Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, another passed-over vice presidential hopeful, also is seen as a likely figure in a future Trump administration.Trump's campaign took note of the advocacy by Christie and Gingrich.The parade of potential future Trump administration officials on the Convention stage also included former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani; tough-talking retired Army Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn; Alabama Sen. Jeff Sessions; and oil tycoon Harold Hamm, a potential energy secretary.
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