President Donald Trump has bolstered his White House communications staff to fight impeachment, according to CBS News.
Reporter Paula Reid cited a Senior Administration Official confirming that former Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi and former Assistant Secretary for Public Affairs Tony Sayegh were expected to join the White House team to work on “proactive impeachment messaging.”
The official said that their roles would be temporary as special government employees.
Both Sayegh and Bondi have experience defending the president on television, dramatically increasing the president’s defense in the establishment media.
JUST IN: Senior Administration Official confirms Pam Bondi and Tony Sayegh expected to join WH comms team to work on “proactive impeachment messaging.” Their WH roles will be temporary and they will be working as special govt employees. @CBSNews
— Paula Reid (@PaulaReidCBS) November 6, 2019