White house staffers are reportedly looking for other jobs

Apparently, a number of soon-to-be former Trump staffers are looking for work.

Reportedly there's a lot of them shopping their resumes, according to a Washington Post article.

According to the paper, "some White House staffers have turned to impeachment gallows humor. Other mid-level aides have started reaching out to consultants, shopping their resumes."

Some find the rapid breaking news pace a little hard to take.

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A mid-level staffer reportedly told TIME, "Just when you think the pace is unsustainable, it accelerates. The moment it gets quiet is when the next crisis happens."

Former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski told Good Morning America if staffers are not all in, they should leave. He said, "any person who serves in this administration whether it's in the White House or some other department that isn't fully supporting the president's agenda should not be there."

The Post reports that Trump is planning a major restructuring of his staff after his first foreign trip, orchestrated by his son-in-law Jared Kushner.

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