As a presidential candidate, President Biden vowed that his administration will be one of unity and diversity. Apparently, that only applies to those who conform to his views. 

In yet another politicization of non-partisan advisory panels, the Biden administration has asked for the resignation of several members of the military academies’ advisory boards who were appointed by President Trump.

The boards of the Military Academy at West Point, Naval Academy in Annapolis, and Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs meet several times a year to provide non-binding advice on issues like academic curriculum, student morale, and institutional needs.

Members on the advisory boards usually serve three-year terms, even across presidential administrations. Several members appointed by President Barack Obama at the end of his term served several years into the Trump administration.