Trump’s execution list: President will immediately fire ‘FBI director Christopher Wray, CIA director Gina Haspel, Defense Secretary Mark Esper AND a long line of senior officials’ after reelection

The names of the officials are reportedly atop Trump’s post-election ‘execution list’, with multiple other senior officials also in the firing line
Firing Wray, who has been in charge of the FBI since 2017, will reportedly be Trump’s first course of action, followed by the ousting of Haspel from the CIA
The two sources told Axios that both Wray and Haspel are almost unanimously ‘despised and distrusted’ by Trump’s inner circle
Trump’s ire was apparently struck with Wray after he failed to launch a formal investigation into Hunter Biden, the son of Democratic nominee Joe Biden
As for Haspel,the opinion among the West Wing is that she sees her job as ‘manipulating people and outcomes’ causing suspicion over her motives
Esper was said to have fallen from the president’s favor when he rebuffed the idea of sending soldiers into the streets to combat racial injustice protests

By LUKE KENTON | PUBLISHED: 17:58 EDT, 25 October 2020 | UPDATED: 20:59 EDT, 25 October 2020

President Donald Trump is planning on immediately firing FBI Director Christopher Wray, and also intends to replace CIA director Gina Haspel and Defense Secretary Mark Esper if he wins re-election next month, a new report suggests.

Each of their names are reportedly etched atop the president’s post-election execution list, which also includes a host of other senior officials, two White House sources told Axios.

Firing Wray, who has been in charge of the FBI since 2017, will reportedly be Trump’s first course of action, followed by the ousting of Haspel from the CIA.

The White House sources said that both Wray and Haspel are almost unanimously ‘despised and distrusted’ by Trump’s inner circle.

Trump reportedly would have fired them both already, one source said, had it not been for the looming November 3 election, and the political headaches that such motions can cause.

In a statement, White House spokesperson Judd Deere failed to speculate on the alleged slated firings.

‘We have no personnel announcements at this time nor would it be appropriate to speculate about changes after the election or in a 2nd term,’ Deere told Axios.

The White House has not yet returned a DailyMail.com request for comment.

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