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Trump Allies Push Him to ‘Purge’ Obama Appointees

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According to reports, Trump’s advisers are urging the new President to ultimately “purge” the remaining Obama appointees they think are responsible for the treasonous leaks plaguing the new administration.

Trump stated throughout his campaign and even during his first speech as President, that the biggest mistake Obama made during his Presidency in taking out ISIS was announcing his plan to the public beforehand, which clearly depicts his determination as Commander In Chief to protect the secrecy of our America’s plans.

As you know, there is major controversy over a series of damaging leaks that have recently plagued the Trump Admin. Although advisers have hunch that FBI and intelligence agencies may also have something to do with them, they are now sure that some have come from within his administration.

Based off of the firmness Donald Trump has established in putting America first, it is clear that the people putting that in jeopardy are about to be really sorry…

Politico reported:

A number of his advisers believe Obama officials are behind the leaks and are seeking to undermine his presidency, with just the latest example coming from reports that Attorney General Jeff Sessions met twice last year with the Russian ambassador to the U.S. and apparently misled senators about the interactions during his confirmation hearing.

That was coupled with a New York Times story that Obama appointees spread information about the investigation into the Trump campaign’s contacts with Russia in an attempt to create a paper trail about the probe. Trump’s aides have also blamed Obama appointees for other damaging leaks, like Trump’s erratic phone calls with foreign leaders.

Inside the White House, top surrogate Newt Gingrich stood firm on his opinion to ‘drain the swamp’ and rid us of the traitors:

 “His playbook should be to get rid of the Obama appointees immediately,” …there are an amazing number of decisions that are being made by appointees that are totally opposed to Trump and everything he stands for. Who do you think those people are responding to?”

“If you employ people who aren’t loyal to you, you can’t be surprised when they leak,” said Roger Stone, another longtime adviser. A third person close to Trump said: “He should have gotten these people who are out to get him out a long time ago, a long, long time ago. I think they know that now.”

However, Newt pointed out an important detail. He added:

“Ninety-five percent of the bureaucrats are against him.”

Newsmax CEO and longtime Trump friend, Chris Ruddy, made another good point that should also be considered.

“Nixon essentially tried to bypass the federal bureaucracy, and the bureaucracy won and removed him from office,” said Newsmax CEO Chris Ruddy, a longtime Trump friend. “The administration needs to be careful not to make too many dramatic changes because the federal bureaucracy itself is a powerful machine, and they tend to have very establishment ideas.”

The White House did not respond to a request for comment.

What do you think? Should we ‘drain the swamp?’

 

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2 Comments

  1. Cecilia Owens

    March 3, 2017 at 9:58 pm

    So, exactly what are you saying. We know there are abusers (for lack of a better term) among us, but because the dislike for me is greater than the dislike for the abuser, we just better “go lightly.” This message denigrates the President far worse than one can imagine. He is the Commander-in-Chief. Some consequences have to be overlooked when it comes to running a country. Plus, you have to have all your eggs split evenly among different baskets to take the steps necessary to rid an administration of “back=stabbers.” Give me one reasonable explanation why any business or politician would keep a ‘tattle-tale’ employed. We already know they are a menace to achieving goals, so do something, already.

  2. Dorothy Farris

    March 4, 2017 at 4:35 pm

    Definitely drain the swamp

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