“Perhaps Intelligence should go back to school!” “The intelligence people seem to be extremely passive and naive!” (We didn’t include all of Trump’s tweets from this morning’s Executive Time. There are MANY MORE!)
President Hamberder Smells is a man who does not read and who seems to get all his foreign policy “knowledge” from Vladimir Putin, and he is telling the intel chiefs HE APPOINTED that they’re idiots who need to go back to school, because they just don’t understand the world bigly and yoogely like he does. After all, as he tells us constantly, he is the smartest person in America, he knows more than the generals, he’s a technology expert, nobody knows more about technology than he does, and also DID YOU KNOW THE F-35 AIRPLANE IS LITERALLY INVISIBLE? AND THAT WHEELS ARE OLDER THAN WALLS?
We don’t need to make jokes about how only the stupidest person alive would say any of these things, because you already know.
Trump knew. And if he didn’t why hasn’t he fired the people who hired the ‘illegals.’:
Two former workers at President Donald Trump’s golf club in Westchester County, New York, said they believe people at the highest levels of the club knew they were hiring workers who were living in the U.S. illegally. They also said they believe Trump must have known.
Twelve people living in the country illegally who worked at Trump National Golf Club were fired earlier this month, workers interviewed by NBC News and their lawyer said Sunday.
Only 11 Republican Senators voted against of lifting of sanctions against a Russian oligarch. Something the Kremlin had seeking when they helped get Trump into the White House:
The Trump administration has lifted sanctions on three companies, including the aluminum giant Rusal, linked to Russian oligarch Oleg Deripaska. Democrats had led a push in Congress to continue the restrictions.
Earlier this month, Senate Republicans blocked an effort to keep the sanctions on Rusal, En+ Group and JSC EuroSibEnergo.
Some lawmakers from both parties have said it is inappropriate to ease sanctions on companies tied to Deripaska, an ally of Russian president Vladimir Putin, while special counsel Robert Mueller investigates whether Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign colluded with Moscow.
Deripaska had ties with Paul Manafort, Trump’s former campaign manager. Manafort pleaded guilty in September 2018 to attempted witness tampering and conspiring against the United States.