It took just 90 seconds to evaluate a career (16 year) US Attorney. No one knew why he was on "the list," or even who had put him there. They fired him. Now this is an administration rolling up it's sleeves and doing the people's work. At least they are quick. When you have no information what-so-ever, it makes decisions so much easier doesn't it? Kind of reminds me of the line "stereotypes are such wonderful time savers."
Here is the story from TPM