John McEntee Criticizes Trump Appointees As ‘Superficial’ Resume-Builders

John McEntee, the former director of the White House Presidential Personnel Office under former President Donald Trump, said in an interview that many of the president’s appointees would “cuck” under pressure.

Last Thursday, McEntee spoke with Alex Marlow on SiriusXM’s “Breitbart News Daily” about what he viewed as the problem with Trump’s appointees.

“The problem was not that they were against Trump,” McEntee began. “The biggest problem is that they’re NPCs, right? They’re non-player characters.”

“A lot of these people just want to build their resume, give West Wing tours, go to the White House Christmas party,” he continued. “They’re in fact, pro-Trump, but it’s strictly superficial.”

“So, when the game is on the line and it’s time to actually ban diversity training, they cuck,” he added. “That’s the problem.”

McEntee went on to say that the political appointees are making decisions based on their long-term political careers, and not on moving forward the MAGA agenda.

“They’re just going along to get along,” he said. “They’re just doing whatever the civil service says.”

“The bigger problem is making sure people are actually active when they’re pro-Trump and actually want to do the agenda part, instead of just the resume-I-got-to-get-a-White-House-souvenir part,” McEntee stressed.

McEntee assessed that most of the people in Washington, D.C. are too ingrained in the political fabric to be effective appointees. He recommended, therefore, that the Trump campaign focus on younger people from outside of Washington.

“I think people just need to know — which they probably do going in — what they’re in for,” he said. “The type of people that are going to have to come in might have to be younger.”

“They might have to be single. … It’s a tough environment … If you get fresh blood from outside of D.C., that will be less of an issue,” he added.

McEntee is the founder and CEO of The Right Stuff, a dating app “created for conservatives to connect in authentic and meaningful ways.”