John Kelly has adjusted fast to the Trump swamp. Mattis is the only one left in this administration with character and integrity, and a sense for reality in this horror Muppets show.
It's been all downhill for poor Rex since "moron-gate." We all knew it was coming. I'm sure he's relieved to no longer have to answer to that idiot-in-chief.
So far just "firings"..probably serious threatenings........ we have been viewing this last 2 years a a big joke and circus.....only to find out it is a highly sophisticated orchestrated plan with fingers reaching deep into the very fabric of whats left of our democracy......we are in deeper tapicoca here that than we ever suspected!
I was dubious about Tillerson but apparently he loves and is loyal to his country. 45? Not so much. He wants “yes” men. Independent thinkers need not apply and THAT scares me.
Narratives changing!! lol...asHouse Intel Committee, Senate Intel Committee exonerates Trump Russia Investigation based on 15 mos of 77 Witness Testimony &.... FACTS....
CNN, fake Media syndicates, Left progressive Droolbots humiliated, running scared, confused!! LOL
The NYT called it many months ago, even before the moron comment, by pointing out that Rex had to wait 12 months from his appointment to cement his tax position. At least he had the integrity to sell his shares and stocks and avoid conflicts of interest.
He was the only decent person in the white house....lower case on purpose.....his speech was elegant and very 'American".....something that is rare to come out of the nut house!
Trump has given us a new pastime--gathering around the water cooler at work to put a few bucks on how long the latest White House appointee will last. Six weeks for Pompeo anyone?
I am happy for him. He didn't do everything right but he seemed like a really decent person...no outlandish behavior like other cabinet members or dt. He will be a lot happier out of there.
Maybe in a fit of pique one day Trump will impulsively fire himself via Twitter.
I assume he had to use Twitter because no one at State could locate Tillerson and the switchboard operator wasn't familiar with who he is.
Is it customary for the President to announce "X will become Y" when Senate confirmation is required (as opposed to referring to appointing or nominating or requesting the Senate to confirm as)? Seems presumptuous and discourteous.