Washington( CNN) White House aide-de-camps have been told to judge before the end of January whether they intend to leave the administration or remain through the November midterm polls, an official said, a deadline intended to help accompanied a sense of ordering to an anticipated staffing exodus.
President Donald Trump is finding it difficult to draft staff to fill the vacancies, several people close to the West Wing say, as he faces the second time of his government with daunting political quirkies and an ongoing Russia investigation.
In recent months, top advisers on external and domestic program have announced their differences. Additional aides are expected to make their depart in the coming weeks. Principal of staff John Kelly has embarked upon an effort to replenish the grades by the end of January. But the is a lack of eager and qualified substitutions, paired with a tedious employ process, make it unlikely he’ll reach that goal.