WASHINGTON --President-elect Donald Trump has filled more top posts on his economic team - picking former Goldman Sachs executive Steven Mnuchin as treasury secretary and financier Wilbur Ross to lead the Commerce Department.
Mnuchin is confirming that he and Ross are joining Trump's Cabinet, pending confirmation by the Senate.
He tells CNBC's "Squawk Box" in an interview Wednesday that "we're thrilled to work for the president-elect and honored to have these positions."
Mnuchin says "sustained economic growth" is the chief priority of the incoming administration and he says "we can absolutely get to sustained 3 to 4 percent" in the gross domestic product.
He's also outlining what he calls "the largest tax change" since President Ronald Reagan - cutting the corporate tax rate to 15 percent, a "big" middle-class income tax cut and simplifying taxes.
Mnuchin led Trump's finance operations during the presidential campaign and became close to the president-elect and his family.
Ross is a billionaire investor who's considered the "king of bankruptcy" for buying beaten-down companies with the potential to deliver profits.
Donald Trump says he's leaving his "great business" so he can focus on being the nation's 45th president.
Trump tweeted early Wednesday that legal documents are being crafted to "take me completely out of business operations," adding, "the presidency is a far more important task!"
Trump had been under criticism for exposing himself to potential conflicts if he kept a role in his global business while being president.
He says he'll hold a news conference with his children on the subject on Dec. 15.
President-elect Donald Trump is tapping conservatives with deep ties to Washington and Wall Street to fill out key Cabinet roles as he continues to deliberate over his secretary of state.
Trump is moving forward with nominations, including former Goldman Sachs executive Steven Mnuchin as secretary of the Treasury.
Mnuchin's official announcement is expected as early as Wednesday, according to a person familiar with the decision who insisted on anonymity in order to confirm the pick ahead of time.
Trump on Tuesday chose Georgia Rep. Tom Price to oversee the nation's health care system, picking a fierce "Obamacare" critic who has championed efforts to privatize Medicare. And he selected another veteran Republican, Elaine Chao (chow), a former labor secretary, to lead the Department of Transportation.
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