The Trump administration continues to be beleaguered with resignations, but this one was completely unexpected.
Jonathan Fahey only took the job as head of ICE about two weeks ago, but he has already seen enough.
His resignation, however, has nothing at all to do with the events at the Capitol last week.
Fahey is resigning due to a contract squabble with ICE’s union.
He believes the new contract will hurt the agency and he does not want his name on it.
Fahey reportedly stated that “the agreement is going to destroy the agency, I’m not signing it.”
Tae Johnson, Fahey’s top deputy, will take over running the agency until the Biden administration comes in.
Source: Washington Examiner
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