Why Trump’s White House staffing shake-up is actually a good thing

President Donald Trump’s administration has been notable for its revolving-door of senior officials. Though these personnel purges are being spun as a “bloodbath in the White House,” Glenn Beck has noted that most of the changes seem to be for the good.

“I can’t blame anybody for feeling like it’s a revolving-door at the White House,” said Glenn on today’s show.

“Donald Trump appears to be learning from his mistakes and is actually assembling a pretty darn good team.”

But you’ll notice that nobody is talking about who’s replacing the people who have left. “Why?” asked Glenn of the omission. “It’s almost like they’re scared to reveal one crucial point, and that is: Donald Trump appears to be learning from his mistakes and is actually assembling a pretty darn good team. In other words, progress is being made.”

Watch the clip above to get Glenn’s take on some of the positive changes taking place within the Trump administration.

This article provided courtesy of TheBlaze.

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