I’m announcing today that I’m resigning from my position in the Trump Administration. I just can’t in good conscience continue working with a president who encouraged the destructive riot that took place at the Capitol this week.
Many of you may not have known that I’ve been working for the Trump Administration. That’s because I’ve shared information about my position on a need-to-know basis. However, now that my work has ended, I feel I can be open about the role I played. That noted, I’m not one to dwell on the past. I prefer to keep my focus on the future. And I believe my future will be better now that my resume will show potential employers that I left my role in the Trump Administration as soon as I recognized that working for an unhinged narcissistic psychopath is untenable.
Still, in case the Trumps make a comeback, I want to say that someone from Antifa may have rewritten parts of this resignation announcement—and that I’m proud to have served in the Trump administration, and of our many accomplishments. These include operating the most profitable web-based presidential gift shop ever and cutting way back on the wasteful presidential traditions of hosting championship sports teams at the White House and throwing out the first pitch on opening day of the baseball season.
So as I say, I’m leaving, but I’m not gone yet as I just gave my two-week notice on Jan. 6. If you need to reach me, I’ll be in the office until about noon on Jan. 20. I’ll know more about my whereabouts after that when I learn the status of my anticipated presidential pardon. Fingers crossed!
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