When President Donald Trump is in office, his press secretary, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, often tells the American people that the White House is “full of the most talented and knowledgeable people in the country.”
And while the White, House Press Corps, is well-funded and staffed, it is often left out of the briefing, or it is simply not there.
When the press corps does not receive a daily briefing, the White Houses staff of the Office of Management and Budget, or OMB, the budget arm of the White house, is not supposed to be involved, according to the rules.
The OMB is tasked with ensuring that the budget and budgeting documents are being complied with, and to coordinate with other federal agencies that are not involved in the budget process.
However, there are some White House staffers who do not get a daily report from the OMB and are therefore not participating in the administration’s efforts to create an independent press.
This includes the press secretary for the Office to the Public Affairs office, a position that was created in 2013 and is a key position for press secretaries in the Whitehouse.
In fact, the Office Press Secretary (OPS) was not even created until the summer of 2016, and he has been with the WhiteHouse for just under a year.
As of May 15, 2017, the OPS reported that he was working on an annual salary of $172,000, but this was not the only job that the OSP did not receive in the first place.
He also received a salary for the year of $140,000 in January of 2017, which is the year the President announced the decision to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, which protected undocumented immigrants brought to the U.S. as children from deportation.
This was a massive departure from the Obama administration’s DACA policy, which was intended to protect vulnerable young people.
According to the Washington Post, the Obama Administration had hoped to cut DACA spending in half by the end of the year, but the Trump Administration ended DACA and the DACA Program, which provides temporary work permits to people who entered the country as children, at the end to a program that was meant to protect them.
As a result, DACA recipients were left in limbo.
In the weeks after Trump’s DACA announcement, the Trump administration began implementing an immigration policy that was seen as hostile toward undocumented immigrants, including by President Trump himself.
While President Trump has repeatedly praised the undocumented community for their contributions to the country, the fact is that Trump and his White House did not want the undocumented people of the U