The social-media posts of State Department employees are being vetted by a senior agency adviser for any signs of opposition to President Trump’s policies, according to a report from Foreign Policy.
Mari Stull, a senior adviser at the agency’s Bureau of International Organization Affairs, is “making lists” of employees whose loyalty to President Trump she questions, the Hill reported.
A senior diplomat told Foreign Policy that Stull “is actively making lists and gathering intel.”
“She is gunning for American citizens in the [United Nations] to see if they are toeing the line,” the diplomat said.
Foreign Policy said that as a result of Stull’s [READ MORE HERE]