Trump says that the drug crisis in America is a top priority. Yet, according to NPR’s Allen, Trump has not yet appointed someone to head the Office of National Drug Control Policy. Nor has he appointed someone to head the Drug Enforcement Agency. These are the two primary agencies of the U.S. government to establish drug policy and both are leaderless. Instead of using the usual offices to fight the opioid crisis, run by professionals, Trump has begun a new campaign, run out of the White House and directed by Kellyanne Conway, who has no expertise or experience in this field and, following Trump’s wishes, is focused on border security and building a wall on the Mexican border.