Gabriel Noronha Biography — Wiki
Gabriel Noronha is a State Department political appointee who was fired by the White House Thursday after tweeting on Wednesday evening that President Donald Trump is unfit for office and was to blame for the mob attack on the US Capitol, according to two sources familiar with the firing.
“President Trump fomented an insurrectionist mob that attacked the Capitol today. He continues to take every opportunity to obstruct the peaceful transfer of power,” Gabriel Noronha, tweeted. “These actions threaten our democracy and our Republic. Trump is entirely unfit to remain in office, and needs to go.”
Several senior Trump administration officials resigned Thursday after rioting and bloodshed by violent Trump supporters at the Capitol on Wednesday
Gabriel Noronha Age
Gabriel Noronha, who previously worked for Sen. Jim Inhofe and the late Sen. John McCain, has not publicly revealed his age yet.
Gabriel Noronha fired by White House after calling on Trump to resign
In a pair of tweets Wednesday, Gabriel Noronha said Trump “needs to go” after the president encouraged a mob to storm the U.S. Capitol.
President Trump fomented an insurrectionist mob that attacked the Capitol today. He continues to take every opportunity to obstruct the peaceful transfer of power,” Noronha tweeted Wednesday night. Noronha also said that all government officials must uphold the constitution.
“These actions threaten our democracy and our Republic. Trump is entirely unfit to remain in office, and needs to go.”
All government officials swear to uphold and defend the constitution. That is where our loyalties must lie – not to any man or political party. @JoeBiden has won the election for President and we must all work together to rebuild our economy and defend our nation.
— Gabriel Noronha (@GLNoronha) January 7, 2021
Noronha served as a political appointee in the State department’s Iran office for nearly two years.
What we know so far about Gabriel Noronha
According to CNN, Noronha was notified that he would be fired in a letter from the State Department liaison to the White House today, said a source familiar with the letter. He was given no explicit reason for his ouster.
Noronha’s bosses at the State Department did not object to him posting his opinion on his personal Twitter account, the sources said
It is unclear who at the White House made the decision to fire him.
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Together his two tweets have received almost 30,000 retweets as of Thursday afternoon.
Members of Trump’s Cabinet also condemned the violence that unfolded at the U.S. Capitol but stopped short of criticizing the president.