US Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer has said the exit of President Donald Trump’s top economic adviser, Gary Cohn, is another indication the White House is getting “hollowed out.”
“One of the problems here is the White House is getting hollowed out and the number of people capable of doing things, of doing real things whether you agree or disagree ideologically, is getting smaller and smaller. And they seem unable to recruit new people to take these jobs,” Schumer told reporters on Wednesday.
“So the mess ups we’ve seen this past week, I think we’re going to see over and over and over again,” the top Democrat in the Senate added.
“The president’s erratic style. I didn’t vote for Jeff Sessions, but I think it’s a symbol to everybody what he did to his best friend Jeff Sessions is don’t go work there,” he said, referring to Trump’s public denunciation of his Attorney General Sessions and the Justice Department.
“And I’ve heard story…