Among the myriad appointments awaiting Donald Trump when he becomes president next month will be Deirdre Daly’s job: U.S. attorney for the District of Connecticut.

Daly held the post in an interim capacity beginning in May 2013 and then on a permanent basis beginning in May 2014. While Trump, a Republican, does not have to replace Daly, a Democrat, it’s almost guaranteed—legal experts agree—that he’ll do so sometime in 2017.

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