The Trump regime still hasn't filled hundreds of positions in the federal government or even nominated someone to fill them.
They have no intention of filling many positions but, according to Politico, the process has also been bogged down by Trump's interference and infighting.
Trump personally oversees the hiring process for agency staff by insisting on combing through a binder full of names each week and likes to sign off on each one, according to two people with knowledge of the administration’s hiring process. Also weighing in on the names — and not always agreeing on final picks — are leaders of sometimes warring factions, including chief of staff Reince Priebus, senior strategist Steve Bannon, Cabinet secretaries and, sometimes, the White House’s top lawyer, Don McGahn.
“It’s like a medieval court,” said one person advising potential nominees through the confirmation process.
The Trump regime is an incidental Monty Python sketch.
I feel like I make the same observation multiple times per week: our best hope for survival is Republican incompetence.