Conway jabbed at Biden, "I’m not resigning but you should.” She went
on in a statement to call it a “disappointing but understandable” effort
to distract from the chaotic U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan, a rise
in COVID cases and a disappointing August jobs report.
Vought on Twitter posted the letter he received from Russell and responded, “No. It’s a three year term.”
Hiler, a Navy academy alumnus who served as director of legislative
affairs for Vice President Mike Pence, said he was “not resigning.”
an alum and former naval officer, I believe developing leaders capable
of defending our country’s interests at sea — USNA’s mission — is not
something that should be consumed by partisan politics. Apparently,
President Biden feels differently. @WhiteHouse,” Hiler posted on
Spicer, who now works for the conservative news channel
Newsmax, in his own social media posting criticized Biden for trying to
terminate Trump appointees “Instead of focusing on the stranded
Americans left in #Afghanistan.”
Spicer later on Newsmax accused
Psaki of minimizing the military service of his and other veterans
appointed by Trump to the boards. Spicer said he intended to take legal
action against the decision.
The Biden administration on Wednesday removed 18 appointees named to
U.S. military academy boards by Donald Trump in the final months of the
Republican president's term in office, according to the White House.
Russell, director of the White House Presidential Personnel Office,
sent letters to 18 people named to the boards of visitors for the Air
Force Academy, Military Academy and Naval Academy calling on them to
resign by close of business on Wednesday or they would be terminated.
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