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Washington Post: Trump loyalists reassign, remove VA employees Chat with us in Facebook Messenger. Find out what’s happening in the world as it unfolds. Staffers at the Department of Veterans Affairs loyal to President Donald Trump have reassigned or remove staffers perceived as disloyal to the President and his agenda for veterans, people familiar with the actions told The Washington Post. The Post reported that the transfers include more than a dozen career civil servants in leadership positions at the VA’s headquarters, who were given lower-visibility roles. The staffers say they were given no reasons for the changes, according to The Washington Post. The Post said the moves have been conducted by political appointees led by the VA’s acting secretary, Peter O’Rourke. They are the latest sign of fractures at the agency, which came to a head months ago when former Secretary David Shulkin was ousted. The VA continues to suffer from sinking morale and has been shedding senior staff for months. The Washington Post first reported, and CNN confirmed with a source familiar with the situation, that at least a half-dozen senior career staffers at the Veterans Benefits Administration have been transferred to less influential roles, some in other cities.
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