The best job of the Trump era is to not work in the administration.
There’s no other job like that.
It’s a perfect metaphor for the American Dream.
I’m sure most of you remember the old adage, “Never give up hope.”
In this new era of Trump, it seems as if it’s still possible to get the American dream, at least if you’re willing to take the risk of being fired.
I remember the day I got the call that I’d be let go from the Bureau of Prisons, a job I’d been working at for about a year.
I knew I wasn’t fired because of my politics, but because I was an undocumented immigrant who had worked in the prison system for 15 years.
The BOP had recently cut all ties with the immigrant community because of a lack of funds.
In the years before my case, the BOP would never have allowed me to serve in any capacity, let alone as a deputy.
I had been an employee for four years.
My job had always been to keep the BOPS from being sued by the American people.
And, I would have to admit, that was an extremely risky proposition.
When the Bop sent out their press release, I had no idea what was going on.
They told me the bureau was reviewing my background because they wanted to make sure I had met the standards of a federal employee.
In reality, my work experience included serving in the Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) and working as a probation officer in the BOC. I wasn