Those "competent conservatives" of "every experience level" are attending the Executive Branch Job Fair tomorrow at the Dirksen Senate Office Building. This could be the chance of a lifetime.
Sure, working the Trump Administration seems like combat duty. But, just as being associated with the Nixon Administration had been, the experience can yield a high return on investment.
It was that tour of duty served with the Nixon crowd which helped launch Roger Ailes as a political guru. He went on to found the conservative political cable news outlet Fox.
A long list of my former bosses and clients also claimed on their resumes to have worked in the Nixon Administration. The credential opened doors for them. At organizational meetings they all showcased anecdotes about policy-related conversations with President Nixon. Had there been all those discussions, I wonder how he had had the time for overseeing any dirty tricks.
The Trump Administration experience will also open myriad doors for those who can emotionally and spiritually withstand the turmoil. If I were a conservative, competent or incompetent, I would go for it. However, I am a New York style liberal. These days I wonder if that's a good thing.
Here are more details on the job fair from Adam K. Raymond at New York Magazine.
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