The House will take control of Washington this week, with the GOP controlling both chambers of Congress and the presidency.
The House and Senate are expected to take control over their respective chambers Thursday afternoon.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is expected to move the GOP to take the helm at the White, with Vice President Mike Pence moving to lead the Republican National Committee.
House Speaker Paul Ryan is expected at a press conference with President Donald Trump on Wednesday.
Trump and McConnell both say the Republicans will not let the White house “drain” the swamp and will do everything they can to make sure there are no political appointees to run the government.
McConnell, who has been pushing to get the GOP into control of both chambers, has vowed to get rid of any Democratic appointees in the Cabinet and Senate, and replace them with Republican appointees.
The president has been reluctant to criticize McConnell, even as Republicans have sought to portray him as out of step with the grassroots of the GOP.
Trump and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer have both said that they will not allow Democrats to run their parties.