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During Donald Trump’s four years as president, his administration had a lot of turnover. Some officials had a head start on the job search, while others have just begun looking for their next gig. Here is where some former officials have landed since leaving the Trump administration.

 

Mike Pence

 

Former Vice President Mike Pence joined the Heritage Foundation as a visiting fellow. Pence will write a regular column for the foundation’s news outlet, the Daily Signal. Pence will also launch a podcast sponsored by the Young America’s Foundation, a conservative youth organization.

Sean Spicer

 

Sean Spicer was known as Trump’s first White House press secretary, who ranted about the crowd size of the former president’s inauguration. After resigning from his position in 2017, Spicer became a contestant on Season 28 of “Dancing with the Stars” and started hosting a political talk show on Newsmax TV.

Rex Tillerson

 

Before taking the position of secretary of state, Rex Tillerson retired from his post as CEO and chairman of ExxonMobil. When Tillerson left the company, his retirement package was worth $180 million. Tillerson’s post-White House life has been lowkey. Tillerson operates a horse ranch in Texas.

 

Gary Cohn

 

Gary Cohn, the former director of the National Economic Council, left the Trump administration in 2018. Cohn was appointed vice chairman of IBM and is a member of the IBM executive leadership team.

 

James Mattis

 

Before being nominated as Trump’s secretary of defense, James Mattis served on the General Dynamics board of directors. Following his departure from the Trump administration, General Dynamics, an aerospace and defense corporation, elected Mattis to be director of the company.

Jeff Sessions

 

Trump’s first Attorney General Jeff Session resigned in 2018 and attempted to reclaim his seat as a senator from Alabama. Sessions lost the 2020 Alabama senate primary to former Auburn football coach Tommy Tuberville.

Nikki Haley

 

Nikki Haley was ambassador to the United Nations from 2017 to 2018. Following her departure from the Trump administration, Haley founded the policy group Stand for America. Haley’s advocacy group promotes public policies regarding America’s economy, culture and national security.

Tom Price

 

Former Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price was forced out of office following an investigation into his misuse of federal funds. That didn’t stop the former orthopedic surgeon from finding a new position. Price was named to the advisory board of Jackson Healthcare, a healthcare staffing company.

Ryan Zinke

 

Former Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke landed his post-Trump administration job on an airplane. The CEO of Artillery One, a cybersecurity and blockchain company, offered Zinke a job after sitting next to him on an airplane. Zinke is now the managing director of Artillery One.

Scott Pruitt

 

Scott Pruit, Trump’s former head of the Environmental Protection Agency, registered as an energy lobbyist in Indiana following his departure from the Trump administration in 2018.

Linda McMahon

 

Linda McMahon resigned as administrator of the Small Business Administration in 2019 and instantly became Chairman of America First Action, a pro-Trump super PAC.

Reince Priebus

 

Trump’s first chief of staff Reince Priebus lasted less than one year in the position. After leaving the White House, Priebus joined the law firm Michael Best & Friedrich LLP as president, chief strategist and chairman of the board.

Rick Perry

 

After Rick Perry left his post as Secretary of Energy in 2019, he was appointed to the board of Energy Transfer LP. Perry sat on the board of the company before resigning in 2016. Energy Transfer LP is known for building pipelines, including the Dakota Access crude oil pipeline.

David Shulkin

 

Trump fired Secretary of Veterans Affairs David Shulkin after only 13 months. One month after his termination, Shulkin started Shulkins Solutions, a healthcare consulting firm.

Sarah Huckabee-Sanders

 

Trump’s second White House press secretary, Sarah Huckabee-Sanders, positioned herself for a political future after leaving the White House in 2019. Huckabee-Sanders first signed with Fox News as a contributor then launched her 2022 campaign for Arkansas governor.

Larry Kudlow

 

Former Trump economic adviser Larry Kudlow signed with Fox Business Network after leaving his position within the White House. Fox Business Network will launch a new program featuring Kudlow that will replace former host Lou Dobbs’ program.

John Kelly

 

Since leaving his position as chief of staff under Trump, John Kelly has joined the board of directors of Caliburn International. Caliburn operates the nation’s largest facility for unaccompanied migrant children.

Anthony Scaramucci

 

Anthony Scaramuccci lasted only 11 days as Trump’s communications director, but his name resonated with the political world. After his brief White House tenure, Sccaramucci rejoined the investment company SkyBridge Capital as a co-managing partner. Scaramuccci’s book, “Trump: the Blue-Collar President,” was published in 2018. The book was about how Trump won the presidency by understanding the issues of blue-collar Americans.

Kayleigh McEnany

 

Soon after Trump’s White House tenure ended, former White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany engaged in employment discussions with Fox News. Even though the talks with Fox News were recently paused, McEnany listed Fox News as her future employer on her government termination report.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Pence still cant believe fatfuk threw him to the mob.  But hey, what should have he expected after 5 years of debasing himself to the fat orange god king?

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