The White House has installed a revolving door. President Donald Trump hopes that it will be possible to have even larger numbers of redundant staff leave the building at the same time, while at the same time many newly hired staff can enter.
“Unfortunately, we have to conclude that there are always traffic jams,” explains a White House spokesman, who was hired two days ago and is expected to quit his job by the end of the month. “It was a bottleneck.”
At the beginning of Trump’s presidency, when Deputy Chief of Staff Katie Walsh and Security Advisor Michael Flynn had to leave, there were no major problems, but when Angella Reid, Walter Shaub, Michael Dubke, Sean Spicer, Michael Short, Reince Priebus and Anthony Scaramucci were soon thrown out, while new staff poured in, the congestion became bigger and bigger.
On the one hand, people like Stephen Bannon, Sebastian Gorka, Tom Price and Rob Porter were still waiting in the foyer. Others like Hope Hicks, Gary Cohn and Rex Tillerson, who recently resigned, has to leave the White House through a window.
The revolving door, the same revolving door that is installed at Grand Central Station in New York, designed for hundreds of thousands of people per day, will help optimize the hiring and firing of staff at the White House.
Source: De Speld