Costa: A Lot People Aren’t Sure for a Variety of Reasons Whether They Want to Come into this W.H.

‘A lot of people aren’t entirely sure for financial reasons, personal, political reasons why they really want to come into this White House’

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COSTA: "Listening to that conversation, Joe, power unites. I mean, that's the story of everything I do in my reporting. You ask how do people accept certain realities, how do people get along with people they can't stand privately — power! Power brings the party together. It keeps Washington humming. People like to be in power, including those in the White House. What I’m hearing is that there’s all this talk, and I was reporting on it all weekend, about the staff shakeup. Dubke is leaving the communications post, he never grew close to President Trump, was only there for a few months. But you still have a lot of things fluid right now in the West Wing because the President hasn’t made any firm decisions. A lot of people aren’t entirely sure for financial reasons, for personal reasons, political reasons, whether they really want to come into this White House right now."

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