Donald Trump blindsides Republicans with critical decision to clean house

Donald Trump

“You’re fired” is one of the timeless catchphrases of Donald Trump. Now he’s taking it right to the heart of the Republican Party.

And Donald Trump blindsided Republicans with a critical decision to clean house.

Conservatives around the country have been disappointed and angry with the RNC for years.

Characters like Mitt Romney and Liz Cheney have been in the Republican Party forever, but they look more like Democrats than conservatives.

And the Republican leadership has traditionally seemed less than willing to purge the traitors in our midst.

Instead, we get lectures about “unifying to defeat the Left,” while we become ever more like them.

The same old song and dance isn’t going to cut it this time.

Because Donald Trump has a few words of his own to say.

The newly established Trump leadership team at the Republican National Committee (RNC) began reducing top management jobs on Monday, sources told Breitbart News.

The cuts came after a new leadership team, backed by former President Donald Trump, gained charge of the committee.

According to insiders, the staff layoffs appear to be aimed at senior management positions on the fourth floor and will not affect many of the committee’s communication products, which are used to keep President Joe Biden accountable.

Politico reported that more than 60 employees would be fired or asked to leave, including five top executives. The names of those employees remain unknown.

The new leadership team also begun cutting vendor contracts, according to the report.

Vendor contracts became a big issue after recurring claims of financial mismanagement emerged under Ronna McDaniel, including greedy grifting by high-ranking RNC officials.

Politico viewed the changes as cleansing the “bureaucracy”:

In a letter to some political and data staff, Sean Cairncross, the RNC’s new chief operating officer, said that the new committee leadership was “in the process of evaluating the organization and staff to ensure the building is aligned” with its vision. “During this process, certain staff are being asked to resign and reapply for a position on the team.”

The overhaul is aimed at cutting, what one of the people described as, “bureaucracy” at the RNC. But the move also underscores the swiftness with which Trump’s operation is moving to take over the Republican Party’s operations after the former president all but clinched the party’s presidential nomination last week.

The committee’s new leadership took over the organization last week.

McDaniel said a sorrowful goodbye to staff members in February.

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