Sunday, January 21, 2018

Picking good people is hard

The Trump administration has not done a very good job. The latest is Taylor Weyeneth, who was hired as deputy chief of staff for the drug policy office, or ONDCP. First problem is he has very little experience as an employee, let alone working for the government. He is 24 years-old and graduated from college in May 2016. His only experience post college was working for the Trump campaign and transition. 

Another problem is his work experience while in college. He worked as a legal assistant in a law firm in 2014 or early 2015. He was fired for absenteeism in August 2015. However, his resume says he left the firm in April 2016. His resume also said he had a graduate degree from Fordham; however, he has not yet graduated. Finally, his resume said that he served for three years as vice president of Kappa Sigma, reality was 18 months.

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