It appears that there’s a big shakeup happening at the White House right now as Donald Trump’s top policy adviser Joe Grogan just recently resigned, according to The Hill.
The report states that President Trump and Grogan are ending things on good terms. The only reason for his departure was due to the president’s need for fresh new talent.
“I had a great conversation with the president and a great conversation with Meadows,” Grogan told the Journal in an interview published Wednesday evening.
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Grogan’s departure had been rumored as a possibility for weeks, particularly following the arrival of Mark Meadows, who is a former North Carolina congressman, as Trump’s fourth chief of staff.
Grogan’s departure marks the latest staffing change at the White House amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Just a few days ago, President Trump also replaced his press secretary Stephanie Grisham with Kayleigh McEnany, a top campaign spokeswoman.
These decisions were all coordinated and planned out mostly by President Trump’s Chief of Staff, Mark Meadows as part of a broader makeover of the communications team for the White House.
Trump Isn’t Afraid To Change
This is one reason that Donald Trump deserves a bit of respect as President of the United States. Love him or hate him, he’s not afraid of change.
Unlike Barack Obama, Trump knows that what we need in America is actual results. And in times like these with the outbreak of the Coronavirus hurting the economy, he’s implementing plans that will actually help his administration.
He doesn’t care about giving political favors. He only cares about results. And that’s what makes him a great leader.
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