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President Trump upbraided a conservative radio host on Tuesday for saying on TV that he should staff up his administration to deal with crises like the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey.
'I think we can all look at these horrific pictures, and we can conclude a federal government does need staff,' Laura Ingraham said on 'Fox & Friends,' a program that Trump watches religiously.
'We see it acutely in need of staff in a situation like this.'
Trump pushed back on Twitter minutes later, mentioning Ingraham by name and writing: 'We are not looking to fill all of those positions. Don't need many of them - reduce size of government.'
Source: Daily Mail