Max Stier

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Max Stier is the president and CEO of the Partnership for Public Service. He has worked with all the presidential transition teams including the most recent Trump transition team.

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On his reality TV show, Donald Trump was famous for saying, "You're fired." As President, he's saying, "We don't need those jobs" in the first place.

Is Trump 'reducing the size of government' or dismantling it?

On his reality TV show, Donald Trump was famous for saying, "You're fired." As President, he's saying, "We don't need those jobs" in the first place.

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