Meanwhile, Trump campaign staffers are being told to 'stay in the fight,' even though their jobs are slated to end next week.
An unnamed White House source said that McEntee told department heads to get rid of any political appointees looking for their next jobs while Trump is still falsely claiming he has not lost the 2020 presidential election.
Meanwhile, Trump's campaign is telling its staff to keep up the fight for the White House, but it's unclear whether those staffers will still be employed next week, CNN reports.
On Monday, leaders of the campaign reminded staffers that the election was not over and told them, "Stay in the fight!".
But the staffers, employed with contracts that expire on Nov. 15, have not been told whether the contracts will be extended.
"Hard for people to stay in the fight when they'll be unemployed a week from today," a campaign source said.
Meanwhile, President-elect Biden and his team are proceeding with work on his transition to the White House. »