How Trump will be remembered as his ‘first big break’ for a nation that’s struggled to overcome opioid crisis

The Trump administration has not yet released a list of potential Cabinet nominees for the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, but the White House announced Friday that Trump will nominate three of the nation’s top safety officials.

The White House said the three nominees are James H. Braddock, director of the National Center for Motor Vehicle Safety and Research, and Robert A. Cahn, head of the Federal Aviation Administration.

“Our nation is in need of a safe, sound transportation system, and these are the first major safety positions that this administration has selected for our nation’s Transportation Security Administration,” the White, House said in a statement.

A former airline executive, Braddock has been the deputy director of operations and regulatory affairs for the Transportation Security Agency for almost seven years.

He previously worked as a deputy undersecretary of transportation for aviation safety.

He is known for his tough stance against the opioid epidemic and his advocacy for more stringent rules on airline flights.

Braddock was nominated to lead the agency last year.

The White House previously announced it would nominate Braddock to lead its safety office, but he has not submitted a nomination yet.

Cahn has been appointed to the Federal Trade Commission, which oversees the safety and security of the telecommunications industry.

He has been in the telecommunications sector for a decade.

Both nominees have extensive experience in the telecom industry.

In a separate announcement, the White Trump administration announced that it is nominating retired Gen. Anthony Zinni, a retired general who served as director of defense intelligence and intelligence services under President Barack Obama, to serve as deputy secretary of defense.

Zinn, a former Air Force general, was also confirmed to the Senate by the Senate Armed Services Committee.

This will be a very big day for the American people,” Trump said Friday, before announcing his pick.

Zinni is the former head of U.S. Cyber Command.

Last week, Trump nominated a former Marine Corps general and the head of Lockheed Martin to lead a task force on cyberdefense.

Trump has said he wants to “tear up the cybersecurity treaty that was signed by Obama.””

We need to have an honest, transparent, strong, fast and robust cyber defense,” Trump told The Hill last week.

While the White house has not publicly said which Cabinet nominees will be confirmed for the NHTSA, the news comes as the Trump administration struggles to deal with the opioid crisis.

According to a report from the National Association of Manufacturers, the number of deaths from opioids surpassed 1.6 million for the first time in December, surpassing the previous record of 1.5 million.

Since the beginning of January, at least 10 people have died from opioids in the U.A.E., according to the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime.