White House, President Trump, Alex Eisenstaedt discussed on This Morning with Gordon Deal


Can follow us on Twitter with the username at this morning show. If you like some cynicism and sarcasm you can follow me directly on Twitter with the username at Gordon Deal. The White House is bracing for a wave of post midterm departures as staffers leave for President Trump's reelection campaign. An indication that the administration is shifting its focus to twenty twenty reporter Alex Eisenstaedt at politico says the first moves could come shortly after next week's midterm elections. Alex. What will we see see after next Tuesday's or a lot of White House staffer starting to move over to Donald Trump's reelection campaign, which is really going to become the political focus for the White House after the midterm election of finished who might be leaving any big names. We'd recognize the name that are involved to our guy named by the name of Bill step. Who has been in charge organizing of the White House's strategies for the midterms another guy by the name of Justin Clark who likes deputy was a was a player on Trump's twenty sixteen campaign that work in the White House. Both of them are expected to leave shortly after the midterms, and you're what you're likely to see a wave of other White House staffers follow and so really when you look at a White House, that's really been emptying out even before that you could see even more all without building in the weeks to come is this a pretty much standard timing for presidents who are seeking a second term. You know, it is. And you you saw similar things happen after the first midterms of Brock Obama, and George W Bush's white houses, this is happening slightly earlier though, and that sort of falls in line with what we're seeing in politics, generally, which is that as camping get more and more sophisticated more and more money gets spent campaigns in politics are getting speeded up much earlier. And so that necessitates earlier staffing. All right. So the canopy disruptive at all when your some of your key players are leaving potentially. It would be a problem for White House say they could not find people to fill those roles that are now that has been a problem for the White House, and and monks prior where they've had sort of a lot of empty slots to fill. It remains to be seen. Whether they're going to be able to find people who can still the position that are going to be vacated. We're speaking with Alex Eisenstaedt reporter at politico. He's written a piece about moving day in which White House staffers are set to leave to help the Trump reelection campaign after the midterm elections. We're that phrase come from by the way, moving day moving day will be a familiar phrase to those of your your listeners who are golf aficionados. And they wonder stand that on the third day of a golf tournament. For example, the masters the moving days Saturday, the second round where basically all the players that contention sort of launch an effort to move to the front of the pack and make a move from where they're currently standing got. It's might the people who are leaving or might that list of people change in some way, depending on mid-term results. Good question. You know, I think the world is going to be a different place when we wake up next Wednesday. And you know, look, you could see some people get blame before how the outcome is goes, you could see people get credit for how the outcome goes. The White House is really sort of. It's a wild kind of play for that where a get pointed and people also rush take credit, depending on how the outcome goes. And then you mentioned too that other preparations are underway behind the scenes like what President Trump is already is aren't teacher woman. Ron Ron Ron and began to stay.

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