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Media Reports State Dept Resignations… in Reality Trump FIRED Them All!

The media went into a frenzy about a “mass-resignation” of senior-level State Department officials who had quit. It was even suggested that their departure was “coordinated” as a stand against Trump.

However the mass exodus was actually four management officials who were fired by the Trump administration, according to CNN.

The four departing State Department employees were Assistant Secretary of State for Administration Joyce Anne Barr, Assistant Secretary of State for Consular Affairs Michele Bond, Ambassador Gentry O. Smith of the Office of Foreign Missions and Undersecretary for Management Patrick Kennedy.

Per tradition, these officials submitted letters of resignation at the beginning of Trump’s term, as their positions are filled by presidential appointment.

A new administration usually retains senior-level officials for at least a few months until their successors have been confirmed by the Senate, but in this case the White House reportedly accepted the four resignation letters immediately.

“Any implication that these four people quit is wrong,” one senior State Department official said. “These people are loyal to the secretary, the president and to the State Department. There is just not any attempt here to dis the president. People are not quitting and running away in disgust. This is the White House cleaning house.”

Although the fast department of the officials left a gap in the State Department’s management team, the American Foreign Services Association has indicated that finding their replacements won’t be difficult for incoming Secretary of State Rex Tillerson upon his congressional confirmation.

“The skills that are needed for these positions are exceedingly rare outside the Foreign Service. Given the talent available in our diplomatic corps, we expect that the new secretary will have no trouble finding the right people at State to fill out his senior leadership team,” the group said in a statement.