Just in few weeks of time the Democrats will be taking control of the House and ahead of it the Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke has been announced to be quitting by the end of the year.
With a thankful note for his service to the country President Trump tweeted the former Montana congressman have served for about two years and will be leaving the Administration by year-end.
Trump added his administration will announce a replacement by next week. Some possible contenders are Nevada Republican Sen. Dean Heller and Deputy Interior Secretary David Bernhardt.
A staff shake-up is under process and Trump announced his budget director Mick Mulvaney will be be replacing his chief of staff John Kelly by the end of the year.
According to a report published in The Washington Post the White House had been pushing Ryan Zinke to resign for weeks or else be fired by the end of the year.
The New York Times reported Ryan Zinke was threatened to face a potentially humiliating firing if he fails to resign by the end of the year.
Meanwhile, Ryan Zinke has turned down all the allegations against him related to resignation saying he was proud of his work.
He added, “However, after 30 years of public service, I cannot justify spending thousands of dollars defending myself and my family against false allegations.”
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