Kellyanne Conway tells Biden to resign after she's asked to step down from military advisory board post

On Wednesday, the Biden administration requested the resignations of multiple individuals appointed to military advisory boards by former President Donald Trump, Politico reports. The officials were notified via letter, which alerted them that they would have until Wednesday night to step down; otherwise, they would be terminated.

But one booted board member — former counselor to the president Kellyanne Conway — was clearly not willing to take the news lying down, instead responding with her own letter calling on President Biden to abdicate his White House throne.

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