Exclusive: Trump aides’ bid to plug leaks creates unease among some civil servants


President Donald Trump’s Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin used his first senior staff meeting last month to tell his new aides he would not tolerate leaks to the news media, sources familiar with the matter said.

Current and former officials said that in a departure from past practice, access to a classified computer system at the White House has been tightened by political appointees to prevent professional staffers from seeing memos being prepared for the new president.

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2 thoughts on “Exclusive: Trump aides’ bid to plug leaks creates unease among some civil servants”

  1. The president is going about it in a non-easy manner. Simply take the BHO hirees, and transfer them, which the president can do, to the Federal Bureau of Prisons, to be personnel there, and hire new personnel for the WH and wherever the president deems appropriate.
    Simple solution. Problem solved. (That’ll learn ’em.)

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