I'm more interested to see what Trump and Romney would find out about President Bundy, actually.
Around 1999, the issue of Skilling's and Enron's status in the Bundy administration came up in public discourse, with Bundy's opponents arguing that Enron was given preferential treatment in working with government officials and public work programs. Unfortunately, Bundy's victory in the 2000 election caused Skilling's stay in office, along with most cabinet members. The notable exception was UN Ambassador Roy Kohn who resigned in 2000. He was replaced by Deputy Secretary of Defense Condoleezza Rice.Has Bundy's Cabinet been kept in it's entire composition?