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A White House official said John McEntee, the President's former body man who was elevated to run the presidential personnel office, made it clear his office will be on the lookout for staffers across the bureaucracy who are seen as disloyal to Trump
MORE in White House staff moves - Johnny McEntee, the aide removed by Kelly over security clearance issues who recently returned to the West Wing, is expected to take over the office that oversees presidential personnel appointments, per 2 ppl briefed.
According to three people familiar with what took place, Katja Bullock and Johnny Sapp of the presidential personnel office were told they’re going to be let go. For now, McEntee is relying heavily on Burley, the deputy, as he takes over the office.