By Nikki Schwab, Senior U.s. Political Reporter For Dailymail.com
Published: 23:26 GMT, 21 February 2020 | Updated: 23:29 GMT, 21 February 2020
President Trump's fired and then rehired aide John McEntee asked White House liaisons from the cabinet agencies to identify potential 'never-Trumpers' who could be purged from the U.S. government.
Three sources familiar with the Thursday meeting described to Axios what happened, including that McEntee suggested that some of the firings of 'bad people' and 'deep state' would have to take place after the November election.
The 29-year-old McEntee also explained how those individuals could be sabotaged in the meantime, saying at the meeting that employees deemed as anti-Trump would be shifted around, denying them promotions.
The fired and then rehired John McEntee led a meeting Thursday in which he asked liaisons from the cabinet agencies to identify people across the government who are 'anti-Trump,' Axios first reported
Axios had previously reported that McEntee, who had served as Trump's 'body man' before getting canned after he