The majority of Donald Trump‘s Washington D.C. policy staff quit en masse in August after he never followed through on his promise to pay them.
So reports The Washington Post‘s Josh Rogin Thursday. “Since April, advisers never named in campaign press releases have been working in an Alexandria-based office, writing policy memos, organizing briefings, managing surrogates and placing op-eds,” Rogin writes. “They put in long hours before and during the Republican National Convention to help the campaign look like a professional operation.”Read the rest of the story HERE.
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