Breaking: Before He Left, Trump Figured Out How to Cut 1 Federal Agency’s HQ Staff by 87%

A stunning report shows that after former President Donald Trump announced he would move key positions at the Bureau of Land Management headquarters out of Washington, D.C. more than a year ago, most of the agency’s employees voluntarily quit.

Trump apparently found a way to drain the swamp after all: to move some parts of the swamp away from the country’s capital.

The Hill reported that following a Trump order, the Department of the Interior announced in July of 2019 that most land management jobs would be moved out to Colorado. Subsequently, 87 percent of those affected by the relocation order quit their jobs.

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