February 1st – U.S. media said that senior officials in the Trump administration faced difficulties in employment after leaving office.
Unlike in the past, large companies in the United States showed no sign of rushing to rob former senior government officials.
According to the Capitol Hill on January 31, some famous figures in the Trump administration have faced difficult job prospects at the end of 2020.
After the violent impact on Congress in early January 2021, the distance between top American companies and Republicans has further widen, and the former executive officer has left office. The place of employment – lobby groups or trade associations is not feasible.
Former Trump aides are increasingly limited in employment, experts say, and many companies realize that giving jobs to controversial people will have a strong response among consumers, employees or shareholders.
Some former government officials have found jobs in right-leaning think tanks and conservative organizations instead of serving as executives or joining boards of large companies.
“After the violent impact on Congress on January 6, Trump administration officials were almost universally subjected to business protests, and the new Democratic administration came to power, which meant that it was more difficult for these people to get to K Street in Washington,” one Trump administration official said.
Another former Bush administration official further pointed out that difficult markets are unlikely to improve in the short term.
According to U.S. media, the prospects of Trump administration officials are completely different from those of Obama administration officials, who are largely welcomed by major U.S. companies.
The report states that in January 2017, Obama left the presidency with nearly 60% of the support rate, and Trump left office on January 20th, which was about half that of Obama’s support and the lowest since he took office.