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Donald Trump Just Hired A TRUCK DRIVER For A Key Spot At The USDA, A Man With No Experience In Science Or Government

The USDA has some interesting new employees. Nick Brusky, a truck driver, is now working for their Foreign Agricultural Service, which markets U.S. agricultural goods overseas. The job requires a Master’s degree, but there’s no evidence Brusky finished college. Christopher O’Hagan, the new confidential assistant at the Agricultural Marketing Service, which helps food producers market their goods, was a cabana attendant at the Westchester Country Club in Rye, New York. He has a degree in history. The most qualified person might be Tim Page, now part of the Natural Resources Conservation Service. Page, who graduated from Appalachian State University in 2016, owned a landscaping service in North Carolina.

 

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But what did they all have in common? They worked on Donald Trump’s campaign.

“There is a clear prioritization of one attribute, and that is loyalty,” said Austin Evers, American Oversight’s executive director. He indicated that they found that many of Trump’s political appointees, from all corners of the government, are former campaign workers who weren’t qualified for their new jobs. “The theme that emerges is pretty clear: What do you have to do to get an administration job? Work on the campaign,” he added.

 

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Also recently appointed to the USDA is a scented-candle company owner, a clerk at AT&T, a Republican National Committee intern, a rental property manager, and a former Washington state senator who listed in his resume that he was the first elected official in his state to support Trump’s candidacy.

In his campaign, Trump promised to hire the “best” people. Apparently, his definition of “best” is people he likes, not who are qualified.

 

Also recently appointed to the USDA is a scented-candle company owner, a clerk at AT&T, a Republican National Committee intern, a rental property manager, and a former Washington state senator who listed in his resume that he was the first elected official in his state to support Trump’s candidacy.

 

 

 

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