This is unreal! This is something The O could not pass!
QUAD CITIES -- For some, it will be the job of a lifetime. But, tonight we're learning, anyone interested in working for the next President better be ready to reveal a lifetime of personal information.
The New York Times first uncovered the 63 topic questionnaire the next administration asks cabinet post candidates to complete. It's a background check that is more involved than any Presidential Administration before. The goal is to prevent political scandals that have plagued the politics of the past, but some of the questions involve topics you might only consider talking about with your clergy.
There are very obvious questions about the most controversial matters you've been involved with in your career.
Number 13 asks about e-mail and text messages you've sent that could come back to embarrass you, your family or the President-elect.
Number 45 asks about police or government investigations, not just focused on you, but also your spouse and any child over 21 years old. In fact, the word spouse appears 34 times during the 63 questions.
There are also questions about friends, guns, taxes, property and an open invitation to admit anything else that could stir up a controversy