The train wreck also known as...The Trump White House

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The train wreck also known as...The Trump White House

Post by sanfordandson » Mon Feb 12, 2018 7:08 pm

Here is a current list of firings or resignations from the folks in trumps white house.

Keep in mind the white house staff was about to walk if trump fired Mueller, so amazingly it could have been worse!

Seems this is playing our much like a reality TV show after 1 short year...

Fired

Sally Yates. Deputy attorney general. Days with administration: 11. Refused to enforce Trump’s entry ban.
Preet Bharara. U.S. attorney. Days with administration: 51. Part of purge of U.S. attorneys.
James B. Comey. FBI director. Days with administration: 110. Allegedly pressured by Trump to scale down investigations.
Rich Higgins. Director, NSC. Days with administration: 176. Fired after writing a conspiracy-filled memo.
Derek Harvey. Senior director, NSC. Days with administration: 182. Fired following power shift under national security adviser H.R. McMaster.
Anthony Scaramucci. Communications director. Days with administration: 11. Fired by Kelly.
Ezra Cohen-Watnick. Senior director, NSC. Days with administration: 188. Fired following power shift under McMaster.

Resigned under pressure

Michael Flynn. National security adviser. Days with administration: 23. Ostensibly fired for having misled Vice President Pence about his conversations with the Russian ambassador.
Katie Walsh. Deputy chief of staff. Days with administration: 68. Moved out of administration to work for a pro-Trump PAC.
K.T. McFarland. Deputy national security adviser. Days with administration: 118. Pushed out following power shift under McMaster.
Tera Dahl. Deputy chief of staff, NSC. Days with administration: 166. Reassigned following power shift under McMaster.
Michael Short. Assistant press secretary. Days with administration: 185. Scaramucci told media that Short would be fired.
Reince Priebus. Chief of staff. Days with administration: 188. Resigned in favor of Kelly.
Stephen K. Bannon. Chief strategist. Days with administration: 209. Bannon left after giving a negative interview to American Prospect.
Sebastian Gorka. Deputy assistant. Days with administration: 211. Butted heads with Kelly.
William Bradford. Director, Energy. Days with administration: About 120. Past racist comments were made public.
Tom Price. Director of Health and Human Services. Days with administration: 232. Under fire for taking expensive charter flights.
Jamie Johnson. Director, DHS. Days with administration: About 230. Past racist comments were made public.
Carl Higbie. Chief of external affairs, Corporation for National and Community Service. Days with administration: 153. Past racist comments were made public.
Taylor Weyeneth. Deputy chief of staff, Office of Drug Control Policy. Days with administration: About 340. Questions about experience and details on résumé.
Rob Porter. Staff secretary. Days with administration: 385. Allegations of spousal abuse became public.

Resigned

Michael Dubke. Communications director. Days with administration: 89. Personal reasons.
Walter Shaub. Director of Office of Government Ethics. Days with administration: 181. Concern over ethics rules.
Mark Corallo. Legal team spokesman. Days with administration: 59. Apparently concerned about handling of Trump Tower story.
Sean Spicer. Press secretary. Days with administration: 181. Uncomfortable with hiring of Scaramucci.
Elizabeth Southerland. Director, EPA. Days with administration: 193. Disagreement with direction of department.
Carl Icahn. Special adviser. Days with administration: 211. Resigned in advance of an article about conflicts of interest.
George Sifakis. Public liaison director. Days with administration: 204. Sifakis was an ally of Priebus.
Maliz Beams. Counselor, State. Days with administration: 97. Reported differences with Secretary of State Rex Tillerson.
Elizabeth Shackelford. Political officer, State. Days with administration: 323. Disagreement with direction of department.
Paul Winfree. Deputy director. Days with administration: 330. Returning to Heritage Foundation.
Dina Powell. Deputy national security adviser. Days with administration: 304. Personal reasons.
Omarosa Manigault. Director of communications, Office of Public Liaison. Days with administration: 364. Resigned to “pursue other opportunities.”
Jeremy Katz. Deputy director, NEC. Days with administration: About 340. Personal reasons.
Thomas Shannon. Under secretary of state for political affairs. Days with administration: 385 and counting. (Resignation announced but not yet in force.) Personal reasons.
John Feeley. Ambassador to Panama. Days with administration: 385 and counting. Disagreement with administration.
Rick Dearborn. Deputy chief of staff. Days with administration: 383 and counting. Joining private sector.
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Re: The train wreck also know as...The Trump White House

Post by 1989TransAm » Mon Feb 12, 2018 7:10 pm

Looks to me like the OP does not have a clue on how to drain the swamp. The majority of the people on the list are swamp critters.

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Re: The train wreck also know as...The Trump White House

Post by sanfordandson » Mon Feb 12, 2018 7:10 pm

1989TransAm wrote:
Mon Feb 12, 2018 7:10 pm
Looks to me like the OP does not have a clue on how to drain the swamp. The majority of the people on the list are swamp critters.
Trump only hires the best! :lol:

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Re: The train wreck also know as...The Trump White House

Post by 1989TransAm » Mon Feb 12, 2018 7:12 pm

sanfordandson wrote:
Mon Feb 12, 2018 7:10 pm
1989TransAm wrote:
Mon Feb 12, 2018 7:10 pm
Looks to me like the OP does not have a clue on how to drain the swamp. The majority of the people on the list are swamp critters.
Trump only hires the best! :lol:
Your ignorance is on full display. Most were left over from the Obama administration. [-X #-o

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Re: The train wreck also know as...The Trump White House

Post by sanfordandson » Mon Feb 12, 2018 7:20 pm

1989TransAm wrote:
Mon Feb 12, 2018 7:12 pm
sanfordandson wrote:
Mon Feb 12, 2018 7:10 pm
1989TransAm wrote:
Mon Feb 12, 2018 7:10 pm
Looks to me like the OP does not have a clue on how to drain the swamp. The majority of the people on the list are swamp critters.
Trump only hires the best! :lol:
Your ignorance is on full display. Most were left over from the Obama administration. [-X #-o
Most? :lol:

list em up

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Re: The train wreck also know as...The Trump White House

Post by engineczar » Mon Feb 12, 2018 7:32 pm

This link was a surprise to me. I was under the impression that no one left the Obama administration. I thought it was shangri-la and only people left under Trump.

https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2014-05- ... nistration

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Re: The train wreck also know as...The Trump White House

Post by sanfordandson » Mon Feb 12, 2018 7:36 pm

engineczar wrote:
Mon Feb 12, 2018 7:32 pm
This link was a surprise to me. I was under the impression that no one left the Obama administration. I thought it was shangri-la and only people left under Trump.

https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2014-05- ... nistration
Should be no surprise. Trump has had more in 1 year than obama did in 6.

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Re: The train wreck also known as...The Trump White House

Post by sanfordandson » Mon Feb 12, 2018 7:48 pm

on a related note..here are the types of scum bags trump prefers to work with...

https://www.yahoo.com/news/trumps-histo ... 40036.html

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Re: The train wreck also known as...The Trump White House

Post by j-c-c » Mon Feb 12, 2018 8:37 pm

sanfordandson wrote:
Mon Feb 12, 2018 7:08 pm
Here is a current list of firings or resignations from the folks in trumps white house.

Keep in mind the white house staff was about to walk if trump fired Mueller, so amazingly it could have been worse!

Seems this is playing our much like a reality TV show after 1 short year...

Fired

Sally Yates. Deputy attorney general. Days with administration: 11. Refused to enforce Trump’s entry ban.
Preet Bharara. U.S. attorney. Days with administration: 51. Part of purge of U.S. attorneys.
James B. Comey. FBI director. Days with administration: 110. Allegedly pressured by Trump to scale down investigations.
Rich Higgins. Director, NSC. Days with administration: 176. Fired after writing a conspiracy-filled memo.
Derek Harvey. Senior director, NSC. Days with administration: 182. Fired following power shift under national security adviser H.R. McMaster.
Anthony Scaramucci. Communications director. Days with administration: 11. Fired by Kelly.
Ezra Cohen-Watnick. Senior director, NSC. Days with administration: 188. Fired following power shift under McMaster.

Resigned under pressure

Michael Flynn. National security adviser. Days with administration: 23. Ostensibly fired for having misled Vice President Pence about his conversations with the Russian ambassador.
Katie Walsh. Deputy chief of staff. Days with administration: 68. Moved out of administration to work for a pro-Trump PAC.
K.T. McFarland. Deputy national security adviser. Days with administration: 118. Pushed out following power shift under McMaster.
Tera Dahl. Deputy chief of staff, NSC. Days with administration: 166. Reassigned following power shift under McMaster.
Michael Short. Assistant press secretary. Days with administration: 185. Scaramucci told media that Short would be fired.
Reince Priebus. Chief of staff. Days with administration: 188. Resigned in favor of Kelly.
Stephen K. Bannon. Chief strategist. Days with administration: 209. Bannon left after giving a negative interview to American Prospect.
Sebastian Gorka. Deputy assistant. Days with administration: 211. Butted heads with Kelly.
William Bradford. Director, Energy. Days with administration: About 120. Past racist comments were made public.
Tom Price. Director of Health and Human Services. Days with administration: 232. Under fire for taking expensive charter flights.
Jamie Johnson. Director, DHS. Days with administration: About 230. Past racist comments were made public.
Carl Higbie. Chief of external affairs, Corporation for National and Community Service. Days with administration: 153. Past racist comments were made public.
Taylor Weyeneth. Deputy chief of staff, Office of Drug Control Policy. Days with administration: About 340. Questions about experience and details on résumé.
Rob Porter. Staff secretary. Days with administration: 385. Allegations of spousal abuse became public.

Resigned

Michael Dubke. Communications director. Days with administration: 89. Personal reasons.
Walter Shaub. Director of Office of Government Ethics. Days with administration: 181. Concern over ethics rules.
Mark Corallo. Legal team spokesman. Days with administration: 59. Apparently concerned about handling of Trump Tower story.
Sean Spicer. Press secretary. Days with administration: 181. Uncomfortable with hiring of Scaramucci.
Elizabeth Southerland. Director, EPA. Days with administration: 193. Disagreement with direction of department.
Carl Icahn. Special adviser. Days with administration: 211. Resigned in advance of an article about conflicts of interest.
George Sifakis. Public liaison director. Days with administration: 204. Sifakis was an ally of Priebus.
Maliz Beams. Counselor, State. Days with administration: 97. Reported differences with Secretary of State Rex Tillerson.
Elizabeth Shackelford. Political officer, State. Days with administration: 323. Disagreement with direction of department.
Paul Winfree. Deputy director. Days with administration: 330. Returning to Heritage Foundation.
Dina Powell. Deputy national security adviser. Days with administration: 304. Personal reasons.
Omarosa Manigault. Director of communications, Office of Public Liaison. Days with administration: 364. Resigned to “pursue other opportunities.”
Jeremy Katz. Deputy director, NEC. Days with administration: About 340. Personal reasons.
Thomas Shannon. Under secretary of state for political affairs. Days with administration: 385 and counting. (Resignation announced but not yet in force.) Personal reasons.
John Feeley. Ambassador to Panama. Days with administration: 385 and counting. Disagreement with administration.
Rick Dearborn. Deputy chief of staff. Days with administration: 383 and counting. Joining private sector.

Good God man:
1. Give the guy a chance
2. He is not a regular politician
3. He is still learning the job
4. He didn't know it would be so complicated
5. Nobody told him he couldn't fire "his" congress
6. Those always spouting his negatives are just sore losers
7. Its ___________'s (fill in any Democrat's name who has held office in the past century) fault
8. Focus on his achievements, Gorsuch and $10 billion Dollar Tax Reform Fraud bill

Did I miss anything? :D

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Re: The train wreck also known as...The Trump White House

Post by engineczar » Mon Feb 12, 2018 9:04 pm

j-c-c wrote:
Mon Feb 12, 2018 8:37 pm
sanfordandson wrote:
Mon Feb 12, 2018 7:08 pm
Here is a current list of firings or resignations from the folks in trumps white house.

Keep in mind the white house staff was about to walk if trump fired Mueller, so amazingly it could have been worse!

Seems this is playing our much like a reality TV show after 1 short year...

Fired

Sally Yates. Deputy attorney general. Days with administration: 11. Refused to enforce Trump’s entry ban.
Preet Bharara. U.S. attorney. Days with administration: 51. Part of purge of U.S. attorneys.
James B. Comey. FBI director. Days with administration: 110. Allegedly pressured by Trump to scale down investigations.
Rich Higgins. Director, NSC. Days with administration: 176. Fired after writing a conspiracy-filled memo.
Derek Harvey. Senior director, NSC. Days with administration: 182. Fired following power shift under national security adviser H.R. McMaster.
Anthony Scaramucci. Communications director. Days with administration: 11. Fired by Kelly.
Ezra Cohen-Watnick. Senior director, NSC. Days with administration: 188. Fired following power shift under McMaster.

Resigned under pressure

Michael Flynn. National security adviser. Days with administration: 23. Ostensibly fired for having misled Vice President Pence about his conversations with the Russian ambassador.
Katie Walsh. Deputy chief of staff. Days with administration: 68. Moved out of administration to work for a pro-Trump PAC.
K.T. McFarland. Deputy national security adviser. Days with administration: 118. Pushed out following power shift under McMaster.
Tera Dahl. Deputy chief of staff, NSC. Days with administration: 166. Reassigned following power shift under McMaster.
Michael Short. Assistant press secretary. Days with administration: 185. Scaramucci told media that Short would be fired.
Reince Priebus. Chief of staff. Days with administration: 188. Resigned in favor of Kelly.
Stephen K. Bannon. Chief strategist. Days with administration: 209. Bannon left after giving a negative interview to American Prospect.
Sebastian Gorka. Deputy assistant. Days with administration: 211. Butted heads with Kelly.
William Bradford. Director, Energy. Days with administration: About 120. Past racist comments were made public.
Tom Price. Director of Health and Human Services. Days with administration: 232. Under fire for taking expensive charter flights.
Jamie Johnson. Director, DHS. Days with administration: About 230. Past racist comments were made public.
Carl Higbie. Chief of external affairs, Corporation for National and Community Service. Days with administration: 153. Past racist comments were made public.
Taylor Weyeneth. Deputy chief of staff, Office of Drug Control Policy. Days with administration: About 340. Questions about experience and details on résumé.
Rob Porter. Staff secretary. Days with administration: 385. Allegations of spousal abuse became public.

Resigned

Michael Dubke. Communications director. Days with administration: 89. Personal reasons.
Walter Shaub. Director of Office of Government Ethics. Days with administration: 181. Concern over ethics rules.
Mark Corallo. Legal team spokesman. Days with administration: 59. Apparently concerned about handling of Trump Tower story.
Sean Spicer. Press secretary. Days with administration: 181. Uncomfortable with hiring of Scaramucci.
Elizabeth Southerland. Director, EPA. Days with administration: 193. Disagreement with direction of department.
Carl Icahn. Special adviser. Days with administration: 211. Resigned in advance of an article about conflicts of interest.
George Sifakis. Public liaison director. Days with administration: 204. Sifakis was an ally of Priebus.
Maliz Beams. Counselor, State. Days with administration: 97. Reported differences with Secretary of State Rex Tillerson.
Elizabeth Shackelford. Political officer, State. Days with administration: 323. Disagreement with direction of department.
Paul Winfree. Deputy director. Days with administration: 330. Returning to Heritage Foundation.
Dina Powell. Deputy national security adviser. Days with administration: 304. Personal reasons.
Omarosa Manigault. Director of communications, Office of Public Liaison. Days with administration: 364. Resigned to “pursue other opportunities.”
Jeremy Katz. Deputy director, NEC. Days with administration: About 340. Personal reasons.
Thomas Shannon. Under secretary of state for political affairs. Days with administration: 385 and counting. (Resignation announced but not yet in force.) Personal reasons.
John Feeley. Ambassador to Panama. Days with administration: 385 and counting. Disagreement with administration.
Rick Dearborn. Deputy chief of staff. Days with administration: 383 and counting. Joining private sector.

Good God man:
1. Give the guy a chance
2. He is not a regular politician
3. He is still learning the job
4. He didn't know it would be so complicated
5. Nobody told him he couldn't fire "his" congress
6. Those always spouting his negatives are just sore losers
7. Its ___________'s (fill in any Democrat's name who has held office in the past century) fault
8. Focus on his achievements, Gorsuch and $10 billion Dollar Tax Reform Fraud bill

Did I miss anything? :D
Yeah,

9. If you like your doctor you can keep your doctor.
10. I'll have more freedom after the election.
11. I won.
12. I have a pen and a phone.
13. If your opponent brings a knife to a fight bring a gun.
14. I guess those shovel ready jobs weren't so shovel ready.

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Re: The train wreck also known as...The Trump White House

Post by sanfordandson » Mon Feb 12, 2018 9:41 pm

j-c-c wrote:
Mon Feb 12, 2018 8:37 pm
Good God man:
1. Give the guy a chance
2. He is not a regular politician
3. He is still learning the job
4. He didn't know it would be so complicated
5. Nobody told him he couldn't fire "his" congress
6. Those always spouting his negatives are just sore losers
7. Its ___________'s (fill in any Democrat's name who has held office in the past century) fault
8. Focus on his achievements, Gorsuch and $10 billion Dollar Tax Reform Fraud bill

Did I miss anything? :D
Pretty much nailed it.

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Re: The train wreck also known as...The Trump White House

Post by exhaustgases » Mon Feb 12, 2018 9:47 pm

And huge yawn, for our favorite PAID troll.

Did you forget who is causing all the mayhem? Yeah again the Marxist socialist communist demo kkk rat climate change religionists, with their MEEEE TOOO movement, they are playing their huge chess game and give up a few pawns to accomplish an agenda. Since their wet diaper other wise known as the Russian investigation or the "INSURANCE POLICY" isn't going to work, they created a new way to go after Trump. With all the wickedness so after him like that, it has to tell you he is really ruffling their wicked evil feathers, and ruining some nasty plans they had for us all. And what is so funny there are people here that so wish all that wickedness on us all. Yeah your one of them sandy.

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Re: The train wreck also known as...The Trump White House

Post by sanfordandson » Mon Feb 12, 2018 9:51 pm

exhaustgases wrote:
Mon Feb 12, 2018 9:47 pm

Did you forget who is causing all the mayhem?
Trump. :mrgreen:

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Re: The train wreck also known as...The Trump White House

Post by exhaustgases » Mon Feb 12, 2018 10:06 pm

sanfordandson wrote:
Mon Feb 12, 2018 9:51 pm
exhaustgases wrote:
Mon Feb 12, 2018 9:47 pm

Did you forget who is causing all the mayhem?
Trump. :mrgreen:
That's all you can muster for that $20. you got paid? I said its your buddies that pay you, not trump. I see you can not read very well either.

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Re: The train wreck also known as...The Trump White House

Post by sanfordandson » Mon Feb 12, 2018 10:09 pm

exhaustgases wrote:
Mon Feb 12, 2018 10:06 pm

That's all you can muster for that $20. you got paid? I said its your buddies that pay you, not trump. I see you can not read very well either.
How much is Steve Bannon paying you to post here?

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