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Old 1st March 2018, 08:41 PM   #41
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Originally Posted by Crossbow View Post
The job of White House Communications Director is open again.

Is there anyone here at the Forum who is interested in applying?
Am I alone in wanting to....


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Originally Posted by Crossbow View Post
The job of White House Communications Director is open again.

Is there anyone here at the Forum who is interested in applying?
Icerat?
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Missed another one in my first pass:

Tom Price... (Health and Human Services)

Another Trump guy who got caught using (or misusing) charter flights and military jets when regular airline flights would have worked. (What is it with Trump minions and their habit of finding the most expensive way to travel? That's 3 of them (including Mnuchin and Zinke).

He may also have financially benefitted from stocks in health care companies that were impacted by regulations that he had a hand in changing.

https://www.propublica.org/article/t...red-drug-stock
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Originally Posted by Segnosaur View Post
Missed another one in my first pass:

Tom Price... (Health and Human Services)

(What is it with Trump minions and their habit of finding the most expensive way to travel? That's 3 of them (including Mnuchin and Zinke).
In many cases, they come from big business and are accustomed to living large on the company dime. In Price's case, he's a career politician. He figured somebody owed it to him.
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John McEntee... (long time aide to Trump)

Fired in part because of issues surrounding his security clearance. The reason for the issues? Because he's under investigation for financial crimes.

However, it looks like he's now going to be working on Trump's re-election campaign.

https://www.cnn.com/2018/03/13/polit...nce/index.html
longtime personal aide John McEntee was fired because he is currently under investigation by the Department of Homeland Security for serious financial crimes, a source familiar with his firing told CNN....McEntee escorted from the White House on Monday, three sources with knowledge of the matter told CNN. Two sources said McEntee was pushed out because of issues with his security clearance.
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the Trump campaign announced McEntee would be joining the reelection effort as a senior adviser for campaign operations.
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Being under investigation he should fit right in....
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Judging by the turnover rate and the indictment rate, Trump doesn't exactly have anything resembling "hiring practices".

Basically, he just looks for people he thinks he can turn into sycophants. He probably tries to match that up with some vague relation in the history of a prospective sycophant with some position he needs to fill.

He gets a match, bingo. That's about it.
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The only possible reason why Trump would offer John McEntee a job on his campaign is to assure him that he will be taken care of.
No doubt Mueller would love to talk to him at length....
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Another Trump appointee resigns in disgrace...

From: https://www.cnn.com/2018/04/03/polit...her/index.html
A political appointee at the Department of Defense has resigned after a CNN KFile inquiry about controversial postings he made on Facebook....A CNN KFile review of his social media found that Johnson posted birther conspiracies about then-President Barack Obama and shared a video that claimed Obama was the Antichrist... Johnson also shared conspiracy theories about Obama's citizenship, an off-color joke about Obama dying in a plane crash and a clipping that compared people on entitlements to animals....In 2013, a friend of Johnson's commented that Obama "being a Muslim" automatically made him crazy, to which Johnson replied, "Yes sir."

Well, of course he was wrong... everyone knows Hillary is the anti-Christ.

Remember folks.... Trump hires only the best.

Here's something to consider... When comedian Kathy Griffin published her "Trump beheading" photo, the Trump base went nuts (despite the fact that Griffin was not a politician, had no political power, and was not an employee or appointee of the Democrats). Now, here we have someone who also talked about Obama's death, and he has real links to Trump both during the campaign, and during his administration.
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WATCH: During her confirmation hearing this morning (yes, this morning – in 2018), judicial nominee Wendy Vitter refused to say whether she agreed with the result in Brown v. Board of Education. #UnfitToJudge
Their ability to find the worst people is painfully impressive.
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Only thing that matters is blind, unquestioning loyalty to Trump.
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In the post-Trump Republican world, Brown won't be needed, because public education won't exist.
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Yet another extremely competent Trump appointment...

Dr. Oz, a formerly respected surgeon turned TV personality who has now gone off the deep end (promoting things like homeophaths, and giving a voice to anti-vaccine advocates) is being appointed to the President's council on health and fitness.

https://www.vox.com/2018/5/4/1731893...ness-nutrition

Granted it is largely ceremonial, but still, people like him should be shunned, not given a platform.
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He'll be Secretary of HHS in the Oprah administration, of course. Unless Dr. Phil gets the job.
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Originally Posted by Foolmewunz View Post
Am I alone in wanting to....


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He'll lie like all the rest of them but he can be counted on to use foul language.
He did a wonderful impression of Joe Pesci in a Marty Scorsese Mafia movie...
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What impresses me the most? Absolutely random picking of people from the general population (probably including children and infants), would on average have provided better, more ethical, more competent appointees than has Trump's selection process to date. Clearly Trump possesses the unique ability to find people with negative qualifications.

Perhaps this strong tendency to almost always make the wrong choice also explains his investment history: wouldn't Trump have made more money if he invested in an index fund rather than having made his own business decisions?
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Trump seems to give as much thought to his hires as he gives to his tweets.
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A couple of fine people that Trump has selected to be Ambassadors...

Peter Hoekstra (Ambassador to the Netherlands):

Once made the false claim that parts of the Netherlands had become so lawless (due to Islamic immigration) that they were now "no-go zones". A reporter brought that up, and he claimed it was "fake news". The reporter then played the clip of him actually saying it, after which he had to apologize.

Good way to start an ambassadorship.... first show you might be both racist and inaccurate, then when that exposed attack the people who brought it to attention.

http://time.com/5078452/pete-hoekstra-fake-news/

Ron Gidwitz (Ambassador to Belgium)

Once was a slum lord who owned a building where basic repairs were not done (ripped screens were not replaced), and a tenant was killed after a failure to upgrade security.

https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/...ssador-nominee

Remember folks... Trump only hires the best!
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I did a little more googling of Vitter...

Turns out she once suggested (against all scientific evidence) that the use of birth control by women leads to an increase in violence.

Oh, and by the way, she may have actually broken the law (according to Jeff Sessions at least) by not properly disclosing all information during her nomination.

From: https://www.npr.org/2018/04/11/60132...-federal-judge
Vitter sought to distance herself from a brochure she had appeared to endorse...the brochure promoted a variety of unsubstantiated claims linking birth control pills to breast cancer, cervical and liver cancers, and "violent death."... All of these claims have been debunked by leading medical and scientific organizations, as Democratic Sen. Mazie Hirono of Hawaii observed.
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Vitter became the subject of particular scrutiny not just because of her strong advocacy, but because she initially failed to disclose to the Senate Judiciary Committee public appearances at which she made some of her most controversial statements.


Remember folks, Trump is only hiring the best.
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More problems with Trump's ambassadors...

The Ambassador to Germany (Richard Grenell) is getting criticized for saying he wants to "empower" European conservatives.

The U.S. is supposed to be neutral when it comes to dealing with the internal politics of other countries. (Yes, I know they do sometimes interfere, but not typically when its a strong U.S. ally.) Not only was it bad optics, but it automatically sets up a hostile environment if/when anyone on the political left takes power.

You would figure being an ambassador would be pretty simple... promote the U.S. and don't do anything stupid. Guess that was too much to expect.

https://www.cnn.com/2018/06/04/polit...ntl/index.html
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More problems with Trump's ambassadors...

The Ambassador to Germany (Richard Grenell) is getting criticized for saying he wants to "empower" European conservatives.

The U.S. is supposed to be neutral when it comes to dealing with the internal politics of other countries. (Yes, I know they do sometimes interfere, but not typically when its a strong U.S. ally.) Not only was it bad optics, but it automatically sets up a hostile environment if/when anyone on the political left takes power.

You would figure being an ambassador would be pretty simple... promote the U.S. and don't do anything stupid. Guess that was too much to expect.

https://www.cnn.com/2018/06/04/polit...ntl/index.html
Asked about the above, State Spokesperson Heather Nauert said this:
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We have a very strong relationship with the government of Germany," Nauert said. "Looking back in the history books, today is the 71st anniversary of the speech that announced the Marshall Plan. Tomorrow is the anniversary of the D-Day invasion. We obviously have a very long history with the government of Germany, and we have a strong relationship with the government of Germany
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Asked about the above, State Spokesperson Heather Nauert said this:
Wow... talk about a mixed message.

I guess Heather just made the list.
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Asked about the above, State Spokesperson Heather Nauert said this:

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We have a very strong relationship with the government of Germany," Nauert said. "Looking back in the history books, today is the 71st anniversary of the speech that announced the Marshall Plan. Tomorrow is the anniversary of the D-Day invasion. We obviously have a very long history with the government of Germany, and we have a strong relationship with the government of Germany
Well, you can't deny that without Germany, D-day would not have happened.
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Well, you can't deny that without Germany, D-day would not have happened.
OK, sure.

Still... the explanation is gonna be priceless.
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Another fine attempt at hiring by the Trump administration:

https://www.cnn.com/2018/06/29/polit...ons/index.html
The UN migration agency on Friday voted down Ken Isaacs, the Trump administration's candidate to lead the International Organization for Migration...Isaacs once wrote on Twitter that Austria and Switzerland should consider building a wall in the Alps to keep refugees out....CNN's KFile previously reported on tweets from Isaacs that revealed an extensive history of sharing anti-Muslim sentiment.

Who knew that the U.N. (which includes dozens of Muslim countries) would be adverse to having someone working for them who held bigoted religious views?
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The latest hire by Trump: Bill Shine (Deputy Chief of Staff, communications)

From: https://www.cnn.com/2018/07/05/polit...ent/index.html
Shine was a key deputy of powerful Fox News chairman Roger Ailes. When Ailes was accused of sexual harassment by numerous women in 2016, Shine was accused of covering up the alleged misdeeds.... Shine was named in at least four lawsuits or allegations related to alleged sexual harassment or racial discrimination at the network.

So the guy who couldn't even handle sexual harassment at Fox (land of misogyny and bigotry) gets to work in the white house.
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The latest hire by Trump: Bill Shine (Deputy Chief of Staff, communications)

From: https://www.cnn.com/2018/07/05/polit...ent/index.html
Shine was a key deputy of powerful Fox News chairman Roger Ailes. When Ailes was accused of sexual harassment by numerous women in 2016, Shine was accused of covering up the alleged misdeeds.... Shine was named in at least four lawsuits or allegations related to alleged sexual harassment or racial discrimination at the network.

So the guy who couldn't even handle sexual harassment at Fox (land of misogyny and bigotry) gets to work in the white house.
So are you suggesting he does not have relevant experience? Or just that he is demonstrably ineffective?
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So are you suggesting he does not have relevant experience? Or just that he is demonstrably ineffective?
It seems if he has experience covering up misdeeds, that should be an important asset for the Trump White House.
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The latest hire by Trump: Bill Shine (Deputy Chief of Staff, communications)

From: https://www.cnn.com/2018/07/05/polit...ent/index.html
Shine was a key deputy of powerful Fox News chairman Roger Ailes. When Ailes was accused of sexual harassment by numerous women in 2016, Shine was accused of covering up the alleged misdeeds
So are you suggesting he does not have relevant experience? Or just that he is demonstrably ineffective?
Either he is ineffective/incompetent (by not realizing how serious the problems were at Fox News and dealing with them properly), or he is willfully malicious (with shades of misogyny and bigotry) in attempting to hide things.

Both should disqualify him from a position at the white house.
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