Since Trump's ascension to Presidency, the turnover of staff at the White House has looked like a revolving door system at a prison.
Well, one from The Simpsons anyway.
Since his inauguration, no fewer than 36 senior officials have either been fired or quit their role in the White House.
This includes high profile departures such as Sean Spicer, James Comey, Anthony Scaramucci, Hope Hicks, Steve Bannon and Rex Tillerson.
Now, the White House have teamed up with conservative group, the Conservative Partnership Institute (who reportedly conceived the event), to launch a job fair.
The fair, named the 'Executive Branch Job Fair' and held on Friday in the Senate hearing room, was specifically aimed at Washington-based conservatives and Republicans.
Not satire: #tRump's @WhiteHouse advertises at job fair amid staff exodus. https://t.co/w03aixGi2I https://t.co/tG4SLizdEI
— Dr. Jeffrey Guterman (@Dr. Jeffrey Guterman)
A White House official told CNN that officials from the Presidential Personnel Office will be present to talk to potential recruits, with a high number of RSVPs suggesting a high interest of people wanting to work for President Trump.
Politicoreported that there are jobs available at "every experience level" at the "White House, the Department of Defense, Department of the Interior, Department of Commerce, Department of Homeland Security, Department of Health and Human Services, Department of Energy, Department of the Treasury, NASA, and 'other executive agencies".
A leaflet, obtained by Politico, said:
There are positions currently open and we are looking for the most competent conservatives to recommend.
The Obama administration never held a job fair but did host events on historically black college campuses in order to meet potential candidates from minority or underrepresented backgrounds.