Why did Trump hire the Swamp to work for his administration?

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Many high-level members of Trump's administration, appointed by Trump himself, are coming out against him; for example:

Former Defense Secretary Mark Esper has a new book coming out that documents outrageous and "shocking" requests and demands made by Trump during Esper's one year as a department head.

Former Attorney General William Barr recently rejected the idea of Trump returning to the White House.

Former White House National Security Advisor John Bolton hasn’t just denounced Trump, last week Bolton agreed that the former president was a national security threat to the United States.

John Kelly, meanwhile, served as Trump’s White House chief of staff for 17 months, working side-by-side with the then-president every day in the West Wing. Now, Kelly can barely contain his apparent contempt for Trump.

Former Defense Secretary James Mattis wrote a rather extraordinary rebuke of Trump, condemning the president for being divisive, immature, and cavalier about abusing his powers.

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson revealed Trump was “undisciplined,” “doesn’t like to read,” and repeatedly asked him to break the law.

 
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Former Defense Secretary Mark Esper has a new book coming out that documents outrageous and "shocking" requests and demands made by Trump during Esper's one year as a department head.

Former Attorney General William Barr recently rejected the idea of Trump returning to the White House.

Former White House National Security Advisor John Bolton hasn’t just denounced Trump, last week Bolton agreed that the former president was a national security threat to the United States.

John Kelly, meanwhile, served as Trump’s White House chief of staff for 17 months, working side-by-side with the then-president every day in the West Wing. Now, Kelly can barely contain his apparent contempt for Trump.

Former Defense Secretary James Mattis wrote a rather extraordinary rebuke of Trump, condemning the president for being divisive, immature, and cavalier about abusing his powers.

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson revealed Trump was “undisciplined,” “doesn’t like to read,” and repeatedly asked him to break the law.

We should not be amazed that so many officials disrespect Trump and love Biden just like so many Americans and other officials love Trump and hate Biden.
 

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We should not be amazed that so many officials disrespect Trump
Near the beginning of Donald Trump’s time in office, the then-president had a pressing question for his national-security aides and administration officials: Does China have the secret technology — a weapon, even — to create large, man-made hurricanes and then launch them at the United States? And if so, would this constitute an act of war by a foreign power, and could the U.S. retaliate militarily? Then-President Trump repeatedly asked about this, according to two former senior administration officials and a third person briefed on the matter.

“It was almost too stupid for words,” said a former Trump official intimately familiar with the then-sitting president’s inquiry.

“I was present when he asked if China ‘made’ hurricanes to send to us,” said the other former senior official. Trump “wanted to know if the technology existed. One guy in the room responded, ‘Not to the best of my knowledge, sir.’ I kept it together until I got back to my office… I do not know where the [then-]president would have heard about that… He was asking about it around the time, maybe a little before, he asked people about nuking hurricanes.”

 

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Near the beginning of Donald Trump’s time in office, the then-president had a pressing question for his national-security aides and administration officials: Does China have the secret technology — a weapon, even — to create large, man-made hurricanes and then launch them at the United States? And if so, would this constitute an act of war by a foreign power, and could the U.S. retaliate militarily? Then-President Trump repeatedly asked about this, according to two former senior administration officials and a third person briefed on the matter.

“It was almost too stupid for words,” said a former Trump official intimately familiar with the then-sitting president’s inquiry.

“I was present when he asked if China ‘made’ hurricanes to send to us,” said the other former senior official. Trump “wanted to know if the technology existed. One guy in the room responded, ‘Not to the best of my knowledge, sir.’ I kept it together until I got back to my office… I do not know where the [then-]president would have heard about that… He was asking about it around the time, maybe a little before, he asked people about nuking hurricanes.”

The 21st century is turning out some of the stupidest politicians in the history of the country.
 

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Former Trump White House lawyer Ty Cobb headed the response to special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russia's interference in the 2016 presidential election, but is now warning Republicans about his former boss.

"One thing the Democrats know for certain is that Trump’s uncontrolled ego is his own worst enemy. They are praying they are able to goad him into an announcement for a 2024 presidential run," Cobb said. “A 2024 declaration of his candidacy serves no interest but his self-defeating and overwhelming need for relevance, attention and money. Such an announcement also does not inoculate him from criminal investigation."

The interview came a week after Cobb laid out a roadmap for prosecutors investigating Trump on CNN.

“He is a disaster for the Republican Party for which he prevented a Senate majority in 2020 and, as time will demonstrate, has already done the same for 2022 with his endorsements of unelectable candidates all based on their loyalty or his own driving desire for revenge," Cobb said. “The Big Lie has been good only for Trump and has brought him millions in donations, which some evidence suggests may have been mishandled. The Big Lie, and the related violence, election interference and other perceived misconduct, was and is an affront to this nation and its first principles. It has permanently soiled the history pages and deepened the abyss that divides our country and continues to expand due to the delusions and lack of accountability of politicians in both parties."

Cobb does not believe Trump is fit to run for office in 2024.

“It should be disqualifying for Trump and his political acolytes, and would have been at any other time in our history. To modify a well-known Seinfeld quote—SANITY NOW! The country needs desperately to move on with new and actual leadership from a younger generation," Cobb said.

Read the full interview.

 

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Former Trump White House lawyer Ty Cobb headed the response to special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russia's interference in the 2016 presidential election, but is now warning Republicans about his former boss.

"One thing the Democrats know for certain is that Trump’s uncontrolled ego is his own worst enemy. They are praying they are able to goad him into an announcement for a 2024 presidential run," Cobb said. “A 2024 declaration of his candidacy serves no interest but his self-defeating and overwhelming need for relevance, attention and money. Such an announcement also does not inoculate him from criminal investigation."

The interview came a week after Cobb laid out a roadmap for prosecutors investigating Trump on CNN.

“He is a disaster for the Republican Party for which he prevented a Senate majority in 2020 and, as time will demonstrate, has already done the same for 2022 with his endorsements of unelectable candidates all based on their loyalty or his own driving desire for revenge," Cobb said. “The Big Lie has been good only for Trump and has brought him millions in donations, which some evidence suggests may have been mishandled. The Big Lie, and the related violence, election interference and other perceived misconduct, was and is an affront to this nation and its first principles. It has permanently soiled the history pages and deepened the abyss that divides our country and continues to expand due to the delusions and lack of accountability of politicians in both parties."

Cobb does not believe Trump is fit to run for office in 2024.

“It should be disqualifying for Trump and his political acolytes, and would have been at any other time in our history. To modify a well-known Seinfeld quote—SANITY NOW! The country needs desperately to move on with new and actual leadership from a younger generation," Cobb said.

Read the full interview.

Proud men slander other proud men for being proud while the proud seditionist democrat mob running the fake Jan 6 scandal inquisition pretend such behavior is outrageous.


This latest “Jan. 6 Committee” tragicomedy is run entirely by court jesters, all of whom are introduced reverentially in whispered tones as “impeachment veterans.” Yes, well, that is true. At this point, everybody is an “impeachment veteran.” Much like Jerry is a “giant hammer veteran.”
 

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Christopher Wray knows his bread is buttered by the snakes in the DC swamp and he has no problem breaking laws and persecuting innocent people to protect the leftist DC swamp and promote its wicked agenda.
Isn't Trump rich enough to butter Christopher Wray's bread? Why did Trump hire so many Deep State Swamp monsters to work for his administration? It seems everyone from his VP Mike Pence on down is a Swamp monster!
 

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Isn't Trump rich enough to butter Christopher Wray's bread? Why did Trump hire so many Deep State Swamp monsters to work for his administration? It seems everyone from his VP Mike Pence on down is a Swamp monster!
The reason Trump had to hire sinners estranged from the Lord is because most experienced candidates for political appointments today are estranged from God.
 

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Trump may be estranged from God but at least he did not support wicked policies that hurt Americans badly like...government-mandated acceptance of sexual perversion
You know as well as I do that Trump is both pro-homosexual and pro-trans, so quit it with your phony posturing:



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You know as well as I do that Trump is both pro-homosexual and pro-trans, so quit it with your phony posturing:



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There is a difference between being pro-homosexual and respecting Christians who believe God opposes homosexuality and being pro-homosexual and engaging the government to force acceptance of homosexuality on all Americans in spite of their religious beliefs. Trump is not a democrat, thank God.
 

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In the wake of the FBI's raid on Mar-a-Lago in search of classified documents allegedly taken from the White House by Donald Trump at the end of his term, the former president and his allies have claimed he had a "standing order" to declassify documents he took. But according to 18 former top Trump administration officials speaking to CNN, the claim is false.

"Nothing approaching an order that foolish was ever given," said John Kelly, who served as Trump's chief of staff. "And I can't imagine anyone that worked at the White House after me that would have simply shrugged their shoulders and allowed that order to go forward without dying in the ditch trying to stop it."

Mick Mulvaney, who succeeded Kelly as acting White House chief of staff, told CNN he was "not aware of a general standing order."

According to CNN, one official after another rejected the claim of a standing order.

"Total nonsense," one senior White House official said. "If that's true, where is the order with his signature on it? If that were the case, there would have been tremendous pushback from the Intel Community and DoD, which would almost certainly have become known to Intel and Armed Services Committees on the Hill."
 
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In the wake of the FBI's raid on Mar-a-Lago in search of classified documents allegedly taken from the White House by Donald Trump at the end of his term, the former president and his allies have claimed he had a "standing order" to declassify documents he took. But according to 18 former top Trump administration officials speaking to CNN, the claim is false.

"Nothing approaching an order that foolish was ever given," said John Kelly, who served as Trump's chief of staff. "And I can't imagine anyone that worked at the White House after me that would have simply shrugged their shoulders and allowed that order to go forward without dying in the ditch trying to stop it."

Mick Mulvaney, who succeeded Kelly as acting White House chief of staff, told CNN he was "not aware of a general standing order."

According to CNN, one official after another rejected the claim of a standing order.

"Total nonsense," one senior White House official said. "If that's true, where is the order with his signature on it? If that were the case, there would have been tremendous pushback from the Intel Community and DoD, which would almost certainly have become known to Intel and Armed Services Committees on the Hill."
Trump had authority to keep records not kept under control of some other official charged with their safekeeping. FBI agents did not have authority to seize control of the documents for political activists.
 

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