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GovExec Daily

Feb 28, 2020

After reports surfaced that the White House and allies were making lists of "disloyal" employees, White House spokesman Hogan Gidley confirmed Monday that the administration is looking to find "people [in government who are] taking action against this president and when we find them we will take appropriate action." Gidley did not specify if this would only be political appointees or career federal employees. 

The effects could be far-reaching in government. GovExec Daily spoke with Katherine McIntire Peters and Eric Katz to examine the consequences of such a purge for feds and citizens alike.