Emily Miller, the Trump-loving spokeswoman for the Food and Drug Administration who was hired just eleven days ago, has already been fired.
The New York Times reports that FDA commissioner Dr. Stephen M. Hahn gave Miller the ax after she "fumbled communications about a blood plasma treatment for Covid-19."
Miller, a longtime gun rights activist and former journalist for the far-right One America News Network, has now tied the record for shortest tenure at a Trump administration job after former White House Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci was similarly ousted after just eleven days.
"Dr. Hahn notified senior leadership at the FDA on Friday that Ms. Miller would no longer be the official spokeswoman for the agency, and that he would be appointing someone to replace her in an interim capacity," reports the Times. "Ms. Miller could not be reached for comment."