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Old 06-14-2019, 12:39 PM   #91
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Another one bites the dust!



Trumps Head Liar is Leaving!



https://www.cnbc.com/2019/06/13/sara...rump-says.html



Sarah Huckabee Sanders is leaving the White House at the end of the month, Trump says
Is Trump Derangement Syndrome covered under your insurance plan? Maybe get a week or month away from CNBC and HuffPost with benefits?

Seriously. Press Secretaries come and go. If i had to deal with the trump bloodlust the media shows I wouldn't make it a week in the job.

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Old 06-14-2019, 04:27 PM   #92
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Is Trump Derangement Syndrome covered under your insurance plan? Maybe get a week or month away from CNBC and HuffPost with benefits?

Seriously. Press Secretaries come and go. If i had to deal with the trump bloodlust the media shows I wouldn't make it a week in the job.

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His paid liar couldn't take it anymore ,even she knows what a piece of shit he is,she doesn't want to be dragged down when he gets impeached.
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Old 06-14-2019, 04:34 PM   #93
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His paid liar couldn't take it anymore ,even she knows what a piece of shit he is,she doesn't want to be dragged down when he gets impeached.
You might check if they will give you 3 months. You have a very severe case of TDS

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Old 06-14-2019, 05:07 PM   #94
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You might check if they will give you 3 months. You have a very severe case of TDS

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Again that would be you,........your'TRUMP DENIAL SYNDROME " is very bad.
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Old 06-14-2019, 07:41 PM   #95
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trump is the gift that keeps on giving...........more and more stupidity,day after day after day!
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Old 06-14-2019, 08:10 PM   #96
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trump is the gift that keeps on giving...........more and more stupidity,day after day after day!
He confronting a ton of tough issues. I wish entitlement reform was on the agenda because it’s bullshit.
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He confronting a ton of tough issues. I wish entitlement reform was on the agenda because it’s bullshit.

LOL,.........of course you do you think the only one who is "entitled " to anything is trump and the republican trumpettes .
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Old 06-15-2019, 08:25 AM   #98
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LOL,.........of course you do you think the only one who is "entitled " to anything is trump and the republican trumpettes .
No, it’s a tough issue but it’s necessary because of how expansive the costs have become:

Social Security alone comprises more than a third of mandatory spending and around 23 percent of the total federal budget. Medicare makes up an additional 23 percent of mandatory spending and 15 percent of the total federal budget.

https://www.forbes.com/sites/miltone.../#38108e645892
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Old 06-15-2019, 09:42 AM   #99
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Maybe you should educate yourself on th system itself.


https://www.ssa.gov/history/InternetMyths2.html



Not accusing Bush of anything this artical does a good job of explaining alot...........

https://www.politifact.com/truth-o-m...ity-fund-war-/
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Old 09-11-2019, 12:12 AM   #100
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As Freddie Mercury would say,..........another one bites the dust!!!


Bye ,bye Mr John Bolton




https://www.yahoo.com/finance/news/t...214103965.html

Trump’s firing of John Bolton 'shows a deeper problem,' says former U.N. Ambassador Samantha Power
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In an exclusive interview on Tuesday, former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Samantha Power sharply criticized President Donald Trump’s ouster of National Security Advisor John Bolton, saying the dismissal indicates an unsteady administration and the dispute over the termination’s details exemplifies a “deeper problem” of public trust.

“Instability in the world is never aided by instability at the center of the government that is the most powerful in the world,” says Power, who served for over three years as the U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations under President Barack Obama.

Trump announced the firing of Bolton on Twitter on Tuesday afternoon; soon after, Bolton tweeted a rebuke, saying that he had offered to resign on Monday night.

“We even see in the form in which this firing slash resignation occurred a deeper problem, which is nobody knows what’s true anymore,” Power says. “Trump said ‘I fired him,’ John Bolton said, ‘No actually I resigned or tried to resign.’ When America’s word is contested, when it’s questioned, that’s not good for our national security.”
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Old 09-16-2019, 11:42 AM   #101
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Par for the course G1, he only tolerates establishment Republicans until they wear out their welcome. If Bolton was a Cabinet member who had made a career out of profiting in the industry he was elected to regulate he would've fit right in.
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Old 10-18-2019, 05:57 AM   #102
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Rick Perry !

............https://www.npr.org/2019/10/17/59395...-perry-resigns


Trump reportedly blamed Perry earlier this month for that now-famous call with Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskiy in which Trump pressed Zelenskiy to investigate his potential political rival former Vice President Joe Biden and Biden's son.

Perry says he wanted Trump and Zelenskiy to talk strengthening energy business ties between the two countries. Regarding the Biden issue, Perry told the Christian Broadcasting Network, "As God is my witness, not once was a Biden name — not the former vice president, not his son — ever mentioned."

Perry's name first emerged in the appendix of the whistleblower complaint that launched the impeachment inquiry. He was tapped to attend Zelenskiy's inauguration last May.
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Old 10-27-2019, 10:18 AM   #103
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Wayne Johnson leaving, Education Official............

Why , becuase he has a hell of an idea ...........................



https://my.xfinity.com/video/trump-e...Today_in_Video


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WASHINGTON—A senior student-loan official in the Trump administration said he would resign Thursday and endorse canceling most of the nation’s outstanding student debt, calling the student-loan system “fundamentally broken.”

A. Wayne Johnson was appointed in 2017 by Education Secretary Betsy DeVos as chief operating officer of the Office of Federal Student Aid, overseeing the $1.5 trillion student-loan portfolio. After seven months, he moved into a different role as chief strategy and transformation officer, leading a revamp of how the agency deals with borrowers and the companies that service the debt.

Mr. Johnson said repayment trends suggest much of the debt will likely never be repaid, and he is calling for moving toward a system that gets the government out of student lending.

“We run through the process of putting this debt burden on somebody…but it rides on their credit files—it rides on their back—for decades,” he said, adding, “The time has come for us to end and stop the insanity.”

Mr. Johnson said he arrived at his position to cancel student debt after he joined the administration and had a firsthand look at problems, including the high level of defaults and the difficulties of administering a program to erase loans for public-sector workers.
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Old 10-27-2019, 11:33 AM   #104
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Wayne Johnson leaving, Education Official............

Why , becuase he has a hell of an idea ...........................



https://my.xfinity.com/video/trump-e...Today_in_Video


https://www.wsj.com/articles/trump-e...ss-11571909400




WASHINGTON—A senior student-loan official in the Trump administration said he would resign Thursday and endorse canceling most of the nation’s outstanding student debt, calling the student-loan system “fundamentally broken.”

A. Wayne Johnson was appointed in 2017 by Education Secretary Betsy DeVos as chief operating officer of the Office of Federal Student Aid, overseeing the $1.5 trillion student-loan portfolio. After seven months, he moved into a different role as chief strategy and transformation officer, leading a revamp of how the agency deals with borrowers and the companies that service the debt.

Mr. Johnson said repayment trends suggest much of the debt will likely never be repaid, and he is calling for moving toward a system that gets the government out of student lending.

“We run through the process of putting this debt burden on somebody…but it rides on their credit files—it rides on their back—for decades,” he said, adding, “The time has come for us to end and stop the insanity.”

Mr. Johnson said he arrived at his position to cancel student debt after he joined the administration and had a firsthand look at problems, including the high level of defaults and the difficulties of administering a program to erase loans for public-sector workers.
With those kinds of comments Republicans are going to accuse him of betraying the GOP. You can't speak out against party positions, errbody know dat.
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Old 11-26-2019, 09:32 AM   #105
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.....................trump does it again!


https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news...-seal-n1090306



Navy Secretary Richard Spencer fired in dispute over discipline of SEAL




Navy Secretary Richard Spencer was fired Sunday by Defense Secretary Mark Esper, who ordered that a Navy SEAL who was acquitted of murder be allowed to remain in the elite commando corps, the Defense Department said.

Esper asked for Spencer's resignation after President Donald Trump tweeted Thursday that Chief Petty Officer Eddie Gallagher would retain the gold Trident insignia signifying his status as a member of the Sea, Air, and Land Teams, or SEALs. Spencer told reporters Friday that he believed the review process over Gallagher's status should go forward.

In a letter to Trump, Spencer said he acknowledged his "termination," saying the president deserved a Navy secretary "who is aligned with his vision."

"Unfortunately, it has become apparent that in this respect, I no longer share the same understanding with the Commander in Chief who appointed me," Spencer wrote.

In regards to the key principle of good order and discipline, I cannot in good conscience obey an order that I believe violates the sacred oath I took in the presence of my family, my flag and my faith to support and defend the Constitution of the United States."

Shortly thereafter, Trump tweeted that he was displeased not only by the way that "Gallagher's trial was handled by the Navy" but also because "large cost overruns from [the] past administration's contracting procedures were not addressed to my satisfaction."

"Therefore, Secretary of the Navy Richard Spencer's services have been terminated by Secretary of Defense Mark Esper," he wrote. He said he would nominate retired Adm. Kenneth Braithwaite, the U.S. ambassador to Norway, to succeed Spencer.

The Navy sought to eject Gallagher and four other sailors from the SEALs after Trump intervened to direct that Gallagher not be demoted following his conviction after posing for a picture with the corpse of a teenage fighter for the Islamic State militant group.

Esper directed that Gallagher retain his Trident pin, the Defense Department said in a statement.

Undersecretary Thomas Modly becomes acting Navy secretary pending Braithwaite's confirmation hearings.

Speaking with reporters while en route from Jordan, Gen. Mark Milley, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, said the Gallagher case "is closed" in his view.

Esper "made decisions for good reasons that are within his power to make decisions, and I’ll support the secretary of defense in those decisions," Milley said, adding that Esper and Trump "are all part of the process and made a decision, and as far as I’m concerned, it’s case closed now and it is time to move on and address the national security of the United States."

Milley said he still believes the military "has good order and discipline."

"We adhere to various rules and regulations and policies and laws, and always have and always will," he said. "And I think that this case obviously raises a variety of questions, but in the main I think the United States military remains and always will remain a very highly disciplined force."

The dispute flared into the open last week after NBC News and other organizations reported that the Navy was convening a review board to consider whether Gallagher should remain in the SEALs after he was convicted of posing with the ISIS fighter's corpse but acquitted of having killed the young man.

Trump tweeted Thursday that "the Navy will NOT be taking away Warfighter and Navy Seal Eddie Gallagher's Trident Pin," saying the case was "handled very badly from the beginning." Earlier, the president had overturned the Navy's decision to demote Gallagher, which would have severely affected his retirement pay.

In response, Spencer told reporters Friday that he believed Gallagher's review process should go forward. Multiple sources told NBC News that Spencer had privately told the White House that a tweet wasn't an official order and that if Trump was ordering the Navy to end the review board proceedings, he needed to do so in writing.

Navy Chief Petty Officer Eddie Gallagher and his wife, Andrea Gallagher, walk into military court in San Diego on June 24, 2019.Sandy Huffaker / Getty Images - file
The Defense Department said Sunday that Esper had learned that — contrary to what he was saying in public — Spencer privately proposed to the White House both that Gallagher's rank be restored and that he be allowed to retire as a SEAL. It said Esper was never informed of the private proposal.

The Defense Department said Esper had lost "trust and confidence" in Spencer "regarding his lack of candor over conversations with the White House."

In an interview on Fox News Channel's "Fox & Friends" on Sunday, Gallagher accused the Navy of seeking to strip the SEAL designation as retribution for Trump's intervention on his behalf.

"This is all about retaliation. They could have taken my Trident at any time they wanted," he said. "Now they're trying to take it after the president restored my rank."

Referring to Rear Adm. Collin P. Green, who as commander of Naval Special Warfare Command is in charge of the SEALs, Gallagher alleged: "What the admiral is doing is showing complete insubordination."

But Ray Mabus, President Barack Obama's Navy secretary, suggested that it was Gallagher who was being insubordinate.

"Here's a guy who is still on active duty. Here's a guy who is going on television to argue this case," Mabus said Sunday on MSNBC's "Up With David Gura."


Fired Navy Secretary sends stinging letter on the way out the door
NOV. 24, 201904:31
"It's so dangerous for good order and discipline, so dangerous for military forces to get this politicized," Mabus said. "You simply cannot have good order and discipline. You simply cannot hold people accountable. You simply cannot have the elite fighting force if you allow things like this to happen."

Mabus said it was vital that the review board take any final action, not the administration.

"If you set this sort of precedent, then how do you tell the next SEAL that is up on charges not to go public, not to try to undermine their superiors, not to try to change a military judgment and make it a political one?"

A military jury acquitted Gallagher of murder and war crimes charges in July but convicted him of having posed with the corpse of the ISIS captive. He was ordered dropped in rank from chief to petty officer first class.

Trump reversed the order this month, directing Gallagher's restoration as chief petty officer.

Spencer, who became Navy secretary in August 2017, was the acting defense secretary for about a week in July as Esper underwent confirmation hearings in the Senate.
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