The Trump administration is replacing White House liaisons at several government agencies ahead of the election and will change their reporting structure.
According to Axios, White House chief of staff Mark Meadows emailed agencies this week about the move, which will have the new liaisons report directly to the White House rather than the agencies themselves.
The liaisons are charged with keeping the White House informed about what's happening in various layers of government. In the Trump White House, Presidential Personnel Office Director John McEntee has been working behind the scenes to find agency officials who were disloyal to President Donald Trump and replace them, CNN reported.
"Please welcome incoming liaisons as they begin their new roles," Meadows wrote in his email. "I ask that you encourage your teams to equip the WHLs with everything they need to support your agency and the President's agenda.
"It is important that WHLs have direct access to principals and senior staff regarding all political hiring decisions."
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