CBS’ Hire of Ex-Trump Chief of Staff Has Employees ‘Embarrassed’


In the 14 months since former President Donald Trump left the White House, a number of his former staffers have taken high-profile media jobs. Trump’s fourth and final White House press secretary, Kayleigh McEnany, took a contributor job at the conservative Fox News network, while his former Economic Council director—Larry Kudlow—took a hosting job at Fox Business. In 2020, Trump’s first White House press secretary, Sean Spicer, accepted a hosting job at far-right disinformation outlet, Newsmax.

But while most of these job offers have come from conservative media, more reputable outlets are facing backlash for bringing on defenders of a man who told more than 30 thousand lies over the course of his time in the White House.

The latest network undergoing this is CBS News, which recently announced the hiring of Trump’s former chief of staff, Mick Mulvaney, much to the chagrin of its…

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