The Trump administration has a recruiting problem. (Washington Post, 6/6/2017)
Just one example.
Excerpt from the above article: It’s been almost a month since President Trump fired James B. Comey on May 9, leaving the FBI without a director. Under normal circumstances, a president planning to fire the head of the nation’s top law-enforcement agency might do so only once he had a successor lined up. (The only other time an FBI director was fired, President Bill Clinton announced his replacement the next day.)
Remarks Announcing the Nomination of Louis Freeh To Be FBI DirectorJuly 20, 1993. (The American Presidency Project)