President Trump doesn’t operate like previous presidents and in many ways that’s a good thing. In that past, government positions were often treated like lifetime appointments and we all know how hard it is to fire a federal employee in this day and age. Trump is different. He’s a businessman and if you aren’t doing a good job he’s not afraid to cut you loose.
According to recent reports, Trump is willing to fire at least 5 people on his team following the midterms.
Here’s the latest.
Appearing on Fox News Sunday, Trump told Chris Wallace he values the ability to be flexible with his staff amid speculation Department of Homeland Security Kirstjen Nielsen and White House chief of staff John Kelly may soon depart from the White House.
“I have three or four or five positions that I’m thinking about. Of that, maybe it’s going to end up being two. But I need flexibility,” Trump said.
Trump told Wallace he was looking for Nielsen to improve her handling of the U.S.-Mexico border.
“I like her very much I respect her very much I’d like her to be much together on the border. Much tougher. Period,” Trump said.
Well, there you have it.
Sounds like some big changes are possibly on the way.
It’s Trump’s cabinet and if people there aren’t accomplishing his agenda then they should leave.