Trump aides worried about getting jobs after insurrection — but this GOP senator hired 13 of them
Sen. Bill Hagerty. (Screengrab)

Aides to Donald Trump reportedly panicked about their future employment prospects following the failed insurrection at the U.S. Capitol.

Multiple aides had job offers yanked following the fatal riots by Trump supporters seeking to overturn the 2020 election. One Trump aide was planning to drive for Uber while going back to school.

There is, however, one safe space for former Trump staffers.

"As Trump administration alums face a tough job market after the Capitol riot, one new Republican Senate office has turned into a full-employment factory for Trump officials looking for their next gig. Sen. Bill Hagerty (R-TN) announced on Thursday that he's hired thirteen former Trump administration officials to work in his office," Politico reported Thursday.

Haggerty served as Trump's ambassador to Japan before winning election to the U.S. Senate in November.

"Judd Deere, the former deputy White House press secretary who stuck it out until the final day of the Trump presidency as the last remaining press spokesperson, will be Hagerty's deputy chief of staff for communications, while Julia Hahn, who was the deputy White House communications director, will be senior communications adviser. Hagerty himself is a Trump alum and served as the U.S. ambassador to Japan," Politico reported.

"Republican Capitol Hill offices have hired a number of former Trump officials, both from the White House and various agencies, but Hagerty's hiring of thirteen former Trump staffers goes above and beyond what other GOP lawmakers have done," Politico reported.