While fielding questions over the reassignment of Deare, White House spokeswoman said that those against the President should not be allowed to work for him.
“I don’t think that any person that is there in order to carry out the President’s agenda should be against the President’s agenda,” she said adding that it is logically incorrect to hire someone who is against you.
Sanders made it clear that she was not trying to instigate some policies but maintained that “If you don’t support the President’s agenda then you shouldn’t have a job in the White House.”
The White House spokeswoman also confirmed that Deare, a senior adviser to Donald Trump on matters of national security, was reassigned to his earlier job at the National Defense University after showing discontent over the President’s Latin American policies.
Sarah Sanders, a WH spokeswoman, said that Craig Deare was relocated from the position of a senior adviser at the National Security Council’s Western Hemisphere division and reposted to his previous post.
It is reported that Deare openly showed disagreement with how the Trump administration is handling the Latin Americans, especially after the Thursday speech at The Wilson Center. Politico reported that he was critical of the entire White House officials.
But the reporting media outlets could not independently confirm these allegations as neither Deare respond to any request for comment.
The reassigned official has been taken back to an appointed position he has been in charge of since 2001.
But the occurrence is not new as two officials have so far been removed from their post for making “unacceptable” comments about Donald Trump.
Last week, Republican consultant Shermichael Singleton was demoted over an op-ed he wrote some prior to the election criticizing the the Presidential-candidate Donald Trump.
The October published op-ed alleged that Trump was tarnishing the party’s moral authority.
But his attacks on the Republican nominee didn’t go unchallenged as Trump’s aides equally criticized him.