President Donald Trump is once again shopping for a Labor secretary after Andy Puzder's Wednesday withdrawal.
The CKE Restaurants CEO withdrew his nomination ahead of his confirmation hearing amid mounting bipartisan opposition. In a statement, Puzder did not specify why he dropped out but noted that he made the decision "after careful consideration and discussions with my family."
Trump now has to choose a replacement amid a slog to confirm his other Cabinet nominees. Puzder's withdrawal also comes as the White House deals with the aftermath of National Security Advisor Michael Flynn's resignation.
Here are Trump's potential Labor picks as reported by multiple media outlets citing administration officials: