The size of the federal government grew significantly under Obamna so Trump was going to have to make cuts anyway. The good news is that some people who work for the federal government are planning to leave voluntarily.
The Washington Times reports:
28% of federal employees may quit their jobs when Trump assumes office: Poll
Almost two-thirds of federal employees voted for Hillary Clinton during the presidential election, according to a new survey.
The poll also found that six of 10 felt that the election itself gave Americans a negative impression of federal service.
So it may come as no surprise that some federal employees are considering leaving their employment when President-elect Donald Trump assumes office.
“More than one in four federal workers, or 28 percent, will definitely or possibly consider leaving their jobs after Jan. 20 when Trump is sworn into office and becomes leader of the executive branch,” according to the survey conducted by the Government Business Council and Government Executive, which both track the trends of the field.
Half said that Mr. Trump’s business experience would “hinder his management of the federal government” while almost two thirds believe that his business relationships pose a conflict of interest.
Here’s the appropriate response: