The White House has a simple message for Trump appointees venting to the media about losing their jobs since President Biden took office: get over it.
The White House has been methodically clearing house, a practice former President Trump followed when he was elected — most prominently at the State Department. The aim is to install staff more in sync with an administration starkly different than its predecessor.
“Elections have consequences,” said White House spokesperson Mike Gwin. “President Biden won with a commanding victory in November, and now he has the right and obligation to make sure the positions he fills reflect the priorities he campaigned on.”
Read the full article. As I’ve reported a number of times, including yesterday, some Trump appointees have refused to go quietly.
The White House has been methodically clearing house, a practice Trump followed when he was elected — most prominently at the State Department.
WH spokesman Mike Gwin: “Elections have consequences.” https://t.co/jbfmWiUx8m
— Axios (@axios) May 27, 2021