Trump to announce ‘full-on’ purge of White House staff

Trump to announce ‘full-on’ purge of White House staff

July 7, 2021 Comments Off on Trump to announce ‘full-on’ purge of White House staff By admin

The president plans to remove at least three officials, including his chief of staff, within his first 100 days, according to a White House aide.

The announcement comes as the president grapples with his first major legislative failure and a lingering debate over his handling of the opioid crisis.

The aide said that the move is “full-throttle” and includes “a complete purge.”

The aide also said that Trump will nominate a new chief of station to be his chief strategist and senior counselor, which is a senior position that was created in the Trump administration.

The move is part of a broader push to consolidate power and resources in the administration.

Trump also wants to hire a new senior adviser, according in a report by Politico.

The report says Trump is “considering the hiring of someone to serve as his deputy chief of counsel and senior counsel.”

This would be a senior post that would have significant authority to negotiate with outside groups.

The president has not yet named anyone for the position, but the appointment of a new adviser would signal that he has a serious plan to take on some of the outside forces that have come into the administration’s orbit in recent months.

Trump’s decision to make the move has been greeted with dismay by some in the president’s own party, which has been deeply divided over how to handle the opioid epidemic and its aftermath.

Trump has pledged to “fight like hell” to fight the epidemic.

He has promised to expand access to prescription opioids and to help states deal with the problem.