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This Trump appointee apparently likes to lie on his resume

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Resumes are never an easy thing, just ask,  just about any young person trying to put their resume together for the first time in a big city. But, what happens when you’re putting together your resume for Washington D.C and the President? Apparently, according to reports, you lie on four different versions of the same resume.

The Washington Post apparently got wind of Taylor Weyeneth.  Taylor, apparently recently became the “Rising Star of National Drug Policies”  after a piece appeared on the Washington Post on 14 January.

In that article, the Post examined how  Taylor’s resume changed drastically over a total of four versions.  The most interesting? According to the Post, an FBI background check, caught Taylor in one of his biggest lies.


While at St. John’s University, he, worked for the  New York firm O’Dwyer & Bernstien until April 2016. Although an FBI background check revealed that he actually left 8 months earlier.  Interestingly, O’Dwyer himself told the Post that  Taylor was eventually discharged all together “because he just stopped showing up to work”.

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