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Old 2nd July 2019, 03:39 AM   #1801
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Originally Posted by Craig4 View Post
https://www.cnn.com/2019/07/01/polit...ims/index.html

Pompeo may be in danger. He's in the Bolton camp when it comes to Iran. He go upstaged by the daughter in Asia and Trump talked him up during the trip. This "scandal" of abuse of power is likely something Trump knew about for a while.
Unless he's found several cousins no one can recall him having I think one or the other is safe, for now. He can't replace both of his warhawks at once. And haven't most of the Kill Kill Kill brigade already been hired and fired? I suppose there's always hope that he'll find some Fox eye candy for one position or the other, but if he puts incompetent stooges in their positions, he's inviting an uber right militarist walk-out and maybe even a primary challenge.
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Old 2nd July 2019, 06:38 AM   #1802
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Originally Posted by Foolmewunz View Post
Unless he's found several cousins no one can recall him having I think one or the other is safe, for now. He can't replace both of his warhawks at once. And haven't most of the Kill Kill Kill brigade already been hired and fired? I suppose there's always hope that he'll find some Fox eye candy for one position or the other, but if he puts incompetent stooges in their positions, he's inviting an uber right militarist walk-out and maybe even a primary challenge.
But that's what Trump does. Nobody can be smarter than Godfather Donny. Or they gets the hard goodbye, see!
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Old 2nd July 2019, 08:30 AM   #1803
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Originally Posted by Matthew Ellard View Post
I'm assuming John Bolton is about to be sacked. Trump sent him to Mongolia and took Ivanka instead.

Entertainingly, Khrushchev sent Molotov, as ambassador, to Mongolia to get rid of him. Perhaps the Russians made the same suggestion to Trump.
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Slate's view of Bolton of Mongolia: It's a possible change of political tack for Trump.

Slate suggests Bolton may be on the outer because of geopolitical reasons. Given Trump's hypersensitivity to complaints, and Bolton has been a source of same, I would suggest he is seen as a dead weight for the Trump re-election campaign and that's all. Bugger the world or US affairs of state or anything as unimportant as that. Bolton makes Trump look bad. Ergo he is disposable.
I can't imagine Bolton's happy about Trump's position with North Korea, either. He's more of a "fire and fury" type of guy. And a Chicken Hawk, of course.
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Old 2nd July 2019, 09:12 PM   #1804
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Originally Posted by Trebuchet View Post
I can't imagine Bolton's happy about Trump's position with North Korea, either. He's more of a "fire and fury" type of guy. And a Chicken Hawk, of course.
Interesting that Bolton is also anti-Russian, and is convinced Russia interfered in the 2016 election. So that may be another reason Trump doesn't want him around from now on. And he is also a shytehawk.
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Old 2nd July 2019, 10:22 PM   #1805
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Originally Posted by Foolmewunz View Post
Unless he's found several cousins no one can recall him having I think one or the other is safe, for now. He can't replace both of his warhawks at once. And haven't most of the Kill Kill Kill brigade already been hired and fired? I suppose there's always hope that he'll find some Fox eye candy for one position or the other, but if he puts incompetent stooges in their positions, he's inviting an uber right militarist walk-out and maybe even a primary challenge.
After his failure in Korea (which he likely views as a success) Trump may be happy with a nobody "acting" SECSTATE and let his nit who grew into a lice and her mate perform the role.
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Old 3rd July 2019, 09:56 AM   #1806
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After his failure in Korea (which he likely views as a success) Trump may be happy with a nobody "acting" SECSTATE and let his nit who grew into a lice and her mate perform the role.
Have nit (!), must pick: The singular is "louse".
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Old 6th July 2019, 07:23 AM   #1807
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Originally Posted by Trebuchet View Post
Have nit (!), must pick: The singular is "louse".
I stand corrected.
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Old 6th July 2019, 09:43 PM   #1808
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Originally Posted by Trebuchet View Post
Have nit (!), must pick: The singular is "louse".
Overheard in a sports bar, couple of guys arguing current politics....

"Hey, one thing about Trump is that he knew how to party. A lot of what he says is just joking around. He's a fun guy."

"I don't want to be picky but it's "fungus" not "fungae"."
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Old 12th July 2019, 06:44 AM   #1809
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Alex Acosta is out.
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Old 12th July 2019, 06:53 AM   #1810
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Alex Acosta is out.
I was thinking he had another week to go. But I guess Friday is trash day and you don't want it sitting around rotting for a week.
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They’re Hoping the news gets buried in the weekend cycle.
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Old 12th July 2019, 06:59 AM   #1812
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Alex Acosta is out.
Huzzah! We still have shame.
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Old 12th July 2019, 10:36 AM   #1813
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Old 12th July 2019, 11:25 AM   #1814
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Acosta says he will not resign his office. Given the record of Trump officials who have said that, he will be gone before the Holidays, if that long.
I posted before I saw Acosta was gone. I admit I did not think it would happen THAT fast.
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Old 12th July 2019, 11:26 AM   #1815
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Interesting that Bolton is also anti-Russian, and is convinced Russia interfered in the 2016 election. So that may be another reason Trump doesn't want him around from now on. And he is also a shytehawk.
I admit I share Bolton's opinion of Russia and Putin. But, yeah, the guy is gonerallay a moron.
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Old 13th July 2019, 03:35 PM   #1816
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Alex Acosta is out.

Huzzah! We still have shame.

I think you misspelled "expediency".
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Old 23rd July 2019, 10:07 AM   #1817
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Moving my chips to DNI Coats

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Old 23rd July 2019, 10:10 AM   #1818
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all for Nunes moving to a position from which he can be impeached.
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Old 26th July 2019, 01:35 PM   #1819
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Peter Navarro, Exonomic Advisor might be in trouble with Trump rejecting Navarro's proposal to devalue the dollar in the Trade war with China.
Navarro is regarded, by almost all economists, regardless of political views, as a crackpot.
Many conservative economists consider his appointment to be one of Trump's worst choiches.
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Peter Navarro, Exonomic Advisor might be in trouble with Trump rejecting Navarro's proposal to devalue the dollar in the Trade war with China.
Navarro is regarded, by almost all economists, regardless of political views, as a crackpot.
Many conservative economists consider his appointment to be one of Trump's worst choiches.

That's an unenviable distinction.

And a really low bar to crawl under.
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Old 28th July 2019, 11:01 PM   #1821
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Exit Dan Coats, enter John Ratcliffe.
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To quote another great leader:

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Back when I was captain all I asked from my men was their complete loyalty. If I had that, then for all I cared they could sit around the whole day drinking beer in their underpants.
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Exit Dan Coats, enter John Ratcliffe.
Poor old Devin! The guy's gone through a case of Chapstick in just over two years and whatever new slut catches Donnie's eye gets the available position. Is Devin holding out for Pompeo's or Bolton's job? They're both on thin ice.
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Interesting that Bolton is also anti-Russian, and is convinced Russia interfered in the 2016 election.
He's not that anti-Russian or anti-Putin. He spoke at a totally fake Kremlin organised Russian "gun-rights" conference.
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Not directly on his staff, but the highest ranking career intelligence official in the country has resigned after being passed over for the DNI position.

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President Donald Trump is quickly losing his top intelligence officials, and his self-inflicted brain drain will continue to have dangerous consequences for US national security. The resignation of Sue Gordon -- the highest-ranking career intelligence official in the country -- after being passed over for the role of Acting Director of National Intelligence, will introduce unnecessary disruptions into an already strained intelligence community.

It was obvious why she didn't have much of a future.

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Don Jon hates it when people don't tell him what he wants to hear and he especially if it is a woman doing so.
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More than a few people in the IC are currently ******** their pants knowing that another critical grownup has left the administration.
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More than a few people in the IC are currently ******** their pants knowing that another critical grownup has left the administration.
Hard to believe that the beneficiaries of a foreign active measures campaign along with a handful of directed cyberattacks wouldn't be motivated to shore up our intelligence bureaus.
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Not directly on his staff, but the highest ranking career intelligence official in the country has resigned after being passed over for the DNI position.




It was obvious why she didn't have much of a future.
She wasn't his type?
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Exit Dan Coats, enter John Ratcliffe.
Er, no. Ratcliffe didn't even make it to the dugout let alone a chance to hit out. Even the repugnant Repubs found him too horrible to contemplate. Buh-bye, we hardly knew ye...and a good thing too.

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Even the repugnant Repubs found him too horrible to contemplate.
We don't know that.
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We don't know that.
Yeah we do. They are the people who "advised" the WH administration that Ratcliffe would not pass even their Golden Slippery-dip vetting process that put "Bro" Kavenaugh in the SCOTUS.
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Yeah we do. They are the people who "advised" the WH administration that Ratcliffe would not pass even their Golden Slippery-dip vetting process that put "Bro" Kavenaugh in the SCOTUS.
As far as I'm aware, that was speculation.

I'm not trying to be disagreeable; I genuinely think if they told Trump his toadie wouldn't pass muster it would only make him double down. He's all about the self-destructive loyalty tests.

I find it more likely that someone from intelligence had a sit down with Ratcliffe and made it clear he would be completely in over his head in the role.
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As far as I'm aware, that was speculation.



I'm not trying to be disagreeable; I genuinely think if they told Trump his toadie wouldn't pass muster it would only make him double down. He's all about the self-destructive loyalty tests.



I find it more likely that someone from intelligence had a sit down with Ratcliffe and made it clear he would be completely in over his head in the role.
Your theory is every bit as speculative.
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Your theory is every bit as speculative.
Never said it wasn't.
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