Trump’s re-election hopes seem to be dwindling with every passing hour, with the media already projecting Biden to have won the presidency.
That, however, has not stopped Trump from doing his job and holding people accountable.
Amid all the election turmoil, Trump is still cleaning house for administration members that refuse to get on board with his agenda.
This week, three officials were ousted, with the media already speculating these as revenge firings.
Lisa Gordon-Hagerty, administrator of the National Nuclear Security Administration, Bonnie Glick who was the administrator for the United States Agency for International Development, and Neil Chatterjee, the Chairman of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, were all dismissed.
Chatterjee was among the first to respond to the move, basically making our point as to why he was let go in the first place.
He stated, “I have obviously been out there promoting a conservative, market-based approach to carbon mitigation and sending signals the commission is open to considering a carbon price, and perhaps that led to this.
“Quite frankly, if, in fact, this was retribution for my independence, I am quite proud of that.”
You can read more about this report in the New York Post.