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Trump just fired John Bolton as National Security Advisor

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And he appears to be lying about how it went down.  Trump said that he asked for his resignation last night, and Bolton submitted it this morning.

 

And Bolton is saying that he offered to resign last night, Trump cowardly said "let's talk tomorrow" and then he learns that he is out by tweet.

 

So the question becomes, is John Bolton out because he was too war-monger-ey or not war-monger-ey enough?

 

I imagine that if John Bolton was still pushing for war with Iran, he would keep on trying and not offer his resignation

 

Does Trump replace him with someone worse?

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Supposedly a result of Bolton's push back against hosting the leaders of the Taliban at Camp David.

 

Only this dipshit of a President could look dumb while firing Bolton. :shake:

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Dumbass was going to invite the Taliban to Camp David, which basically means that the United States government acknowledges them as a legitimate group........and he was going to have them here, on American Soil, on the same week as the anniversary of 9/11.

 

Can you imagine what people would say if Barack Obama even attempted that?

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Talking with your enemies is better than the collateral damage of blowing them up and killing innocent people. Don't be a Warhawk jehurey, that's an alt right dog whistle. 

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3 hours ago, jehurey said:

Dumbass was going to invite the Taliban to Camp David, which basically means that the United States government acknowledges them as a legitimate group........and he was going to have them here, on American Soil, on the same week as the anniversary of 9/11.

 

Can you imagine what people would say if Barack Obama even attempted that?

Wow. Trump was going to have people on US soil who had literally nothing directly to do with 9/11. Imagine my shock. 

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1 minute ago, SheepKilla said:

Wow. Trump was going to have people on US soil who had literally nothing directly to do with 9/11. Imagine my shock. 

Besides providing sanctuary for the actual group who conducted the 9/11 attacks.

 

That's all.

 

Not even Europe or the UN recognizes the Taliban as a legitimate form of government in Afghanistan.

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In Memoriam 2019

  1. Kevin Sweeney, Pentagon Chief of Staff, January 5

  2. Anthony Zinni, Head of US Envoy to Middle East, January 8

  3. Raj Shah, Deputy Press Secretary, January 14

  4. Brock Long, FEMA Chief, February 13

  5. Heather Wilson, Air Force Secretary, March 8

  6. Bill Shine, Communication Director, March 8

  7. Linda Mcmahon, Administrator of the Small Business Administration, March 29 (left to head a Trump Super-Pac)

  8. Kirstjen Nelson, Head of DHS, April 7

  9. Randolph "Tex" Alles, USSS Director, April 8

  10. Claire Grady, Acting Deputy Secretary DHS, April 9

  11. Rod Rosenstein, Deputy AG, April 29

  12. David Redl National, Telecommunications and Information Administration, May 10

  13. L. Francis Cissna, the Director of the US Citizenship and Immigration Services, May 23

  14. Sarah Sanders, Press Secretary (In name only), June 13

  15. Tom Horman, Border Czar, June 16 (was tapped by Trump, but pulled his name out a day or two later)

  16. Patrick Shanahan, Defense Secretary, June 18 (was acting but pulled his name from contention)

  17. John Sanders, Acting Head of CBP, June 22

  18. Bill Wehrum, EPA Chief Clean Air Official, June 26

  19. Alexander Acosta, Labor Secretary, July 12

  20. Dan Coates, Director of National Intelligence, July 28

  21. Jon Huntsman, Ambassador to Russia, August 6

  22. Sue Gordon, Deputy DNI Director, August 8

  23. Joe Balash, Assistant Secretary at the U.S. Department of the Interior, August 22

  24. Andrew Meehan, Acting Homeland Security Secretary top aide and spokesperson, August 22

  25. Madeleine Westerhout, President Trump’s personal assistant, August 29

  26. Jason Greenblatt, Head of Middle East Peace Envoy (thought this was Jared...), September 5

  27. John Bolton, National Security Advisor, September 10


In Memoriam 2018

  1. Kristan King Nevins, Second Lady Chief of Staff, January 4

  2. Mark Paoletta, Vice President Chief lawyer, January 5

  3. Daris Meeks, Vice President domestic policy director, January 5

  4. Shannon McGahn, Senior Treasury Official, January 5

  5. John D Feeley, Ambassador to Panama, January 12

  6. Majority of National Park Council, January 13

  7. Carl Higbie, the Chief of External Affairs for CNCS, January 18

  8. Omarosa Manigault, ?????, January 19

  9. Taylor Weyeneth, White House liaison to the drug office, January 24

  10. Dr. Brenda Fitzgerald, CDC Head, January 31

  11. Robert Porter, White House staff secretary, February 7

  12. David Sorenson, White House speech writer, February 9

  13. Jim Carroll, Deputy Chief of Staff, February 9

  14. Rachel Brand, Associate Attorney General, February 10, 2018

  15. George David Banks, Special assistant to the president, February 14

  16. Vivieca Wright, VA Chief of Staff, February 16

  17. Josh Raffel, White House communications aide, February 27

  18. Hope Hicks, Communcations Director, February 28

  19. Gary Cohn, Economics Adviser, March 6

  20. Rex Tillerson, Secretary of State, March 13

  21. John McEntee, Personal Assistant to the President, March 13

  22. Steve Goldstein, Under Secretary for Public Diplomacy and Public Affairs, March 13

  23. Andrew McCabe, Deputy Director of the FBI Director, March 19

  24. John Dowd, Lead Lawyer for Donald Trump, March 22

  25. H.R McMaster, National Security Adviser, March 22

  26. Joseph diGenova, Attorney for Trump (resigned before working for the president), March 25

  27. Victoria Toensing, Attorney for Trump (resigned before working for the president), March 25

  28. David Shulkin, VA secretary, March 28

  29. D.J. Gribbin, Infrastructure Adviser, April 3

  30. Samantha Dravis, EPA Counsel, April 5

  31. Michael Anton, National Security Council spokesman, April 8

  32. Tom Bossert, Honeland Security Adviser, April 10

  33. Ricky Waddell, Deputy national security adviser, April 12

  34. James Schwab, spokesperson for ICE, April 13

  35. Rob Joyce, National Security Council Member, April 16

  36. Thomas Homan, Deputy Ice Director, April 30

  37. Ronny Jackson, Personal Doctor to the President, May 1

  38. Ty Cobb, Lead Attorney, May 2

  39. Dr. Jen Pena, Personal Doctor to the Vice President, May 4

  40. Marc Short, the White House legislative director, June 15

  41. Joe Hagin, Deputy Chief of Staff, June 19

  42. Everett Eissenstat, Member of both National Economic Council and the National Security Council, June 26

  43. Maggie Cordish, Adviser to Ivanka Trump on paid family leave, June 29

  44. James D. Melville Jr., Ambassador to Estonia, June 29

  45. Scott Pruitt, Head of EPA, July 5

  46. Jennifer Arangio, A senior director in the NSC, July 13

  47. Michael Barry, the senior National Security Council director for intelligence programs, July 17

  48. Reagan Hedlund, Policy Director for the First Lady, August 3

  49. Darren Bettie, Speech writer, August 19

  50. Seth Frotman, Student loan Ombudsman (guy in charge of student loans), August 26

  51. Don McGahan, White House Counsel, August 29 (said he would leave in fall)

  52. Stefan Passantino, White House ethics lawyer, August 30

  53. Retired Navy SEAL Adm. William McRaven, Defense Innovation Board, September 15

  54. Arthur Elkins, Inspector General EPA, September 18

  55. Nikki Haley, Ambassador to the UN, October 8

  56. Mary Kendal, Acting Inspector General at the Department of the Interior, October 17

  57. Suzanne Israel Tufts, an assistant secretary of Housing and Urban Development, October 19

  58. Jeff Sessions, Attorney General, November 7

  59. Mira Ricardel, Deputy National Security Adviser, November 14

  60. Jordan Karem, Trump's "body man" and director of Oval Office Operations, November 26

  61. Joe Dunford, Head of the Joint Chiefs, December 7

  62. John Kelly, White House Chief of Staff, December 8

  63. Nick Ayers, Vice President Chief of Staff (was speculated to be taking White House Chief of Staff job) December 9

  64. Ryan Zinke, Head of the Department of the Interior, December 15

  65. Pam Patenaude, Deputy Secretary of HuD, December 17

  66. Jim Mattis, Defense Secretary, December 20

  67. Brett McGurk, special presidential envoy for the Global Coalition to Defeat ISIS, December 22

For those who want a 2017 list...

In Memoriam for 2017

  • Michael Flynn, Feb, 14, 2017

  • Michael Dubke, May 30, 2017

  • Walter Shaub, July 29, 2017

  • Sean Spicer, July 21, 2017

  • Marc Kasowitz, July 21, 2017

  • Michael Short, July 25, 2017

  • Reince Prebius, July 28, 2017

  • the MOOCH, July 31, 2017

  • Steve Bannon, August 18, 2017

  • Carl Icahn, August 18, 2017

  • Andy Hemming, August 24, 2017

  • Sebastian Gorka, August 25, 2017

  • Keith Scheiller, September 1, 2017

  • Chuck Rosenberg, Sept 26, 2017

  • Tom Price, September 29, 2017

  • Dina Powel, Dec 8, 2017

  • Paul Winfree, Dec 10, 2017

  • Jeremy Katz, Dec 21, 2017

  • Rick Dearborn, Dec 22, 2017

Casualties of Trump

  • Sally Yates, Jan 30, 2017

  • Preet Bharara, March 12, 2017

  • James Comey, May 9, 2017

  • USA Respect and Authority: decreasing every day

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1 minute ago, DynamiteCop! said:

Ban all Mexicans from the US because of the battle of the Alamo!

 

We must remain logically consistent! 

 

 

The Battle of the Alamo was fought between Mexico and the Republican State of Texas...........not the United States.

 

You are remaining consistent however. You sound every bit as stupid, and racist, as you did yesterday. LOL

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4 minutes ago, jehurey said:

Besides providing sanctuary for the actual group who conducted the 9/11 attacks.

 

That's all.

 

Not even Europe or the UN recognizes the Taliban as a legitimate form of government in Afghanistan.

We had no business invading those people. 

 

3,000 people dead is not worth millions dead, years wasted, trillions of dollars wasted. No matter who gave sanctuary to who. 

 

So in my perspective, let them come on US soil to negotiate peace. Who cares. If it was the left, they'd import them as immigrants and give them citizenship, rather than just a camp david meeting for peace talks, and then home. 

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4 minutes ago, SheepKilla said:

If it was the left, they'd import them as immigrants and give them citizenship, rather than just a camp david meeting for peace talks, and then home. :troll:

Fix'd, just so we're all aware.

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Just now, Teh_Diplomat said:

Fix'd, just so we're all aware.

Unfortunately, it's not a troll. 

 

There's many news stories about ISIS members returning from Syria to Britain as full citizens, and even using money from their welfare system to stage attacks. 

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3 minutes ago, SheepKilla said:

We had no business invading those people. 

 

3,000 people dead is not worth millions dead, years wasted, trillions of dollars wasted. No matter who gave sanctuary to who. 

 

So in my perspective, let them come on US soil to negotiate peace. Who cares. If it was the left, they'd import them as immigrants and give them citizenship, rather than just a camp david meeting for peace talks, and then home. 

By your own logic, they have nothing to negotiate.

 

The only thing that would be acceptable is a complete withdrawl of the United States.........so what is there to "negotiate" unless Trump is negotiating to KEEP US Military there.

 

I love how you completely debunk your own ideology..........and you just invent your own narrative about "da liberals" because you don't know how to finish your own thought. LOL

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1 minute ago, SheepKilla said:

Unfortunately, it's not a troll. 

 

There's many news stories about ISIS members returning from Syria to Britain as full citizens, and even using money from their welfare system to stage attacks. 

Really........post those news stories.

 

We'll wait.

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1 minute ago, jehurey said:

By your own logic, they have nothing to negotiate.

 

The only thing that would be acceptable is a complete withdrawl of the United States.........so what is there to "negotiate" unless Trump is negotiating to KEEP US Military there.

 

I love how you completely debunk your own ideology..........and you just invent your own narrative about "da liberals" because you don't know how to finish your own thought. LOL

So now you're against peace based on pure speculation about what the Taliban thinks. 

 

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2 minutes ago, SheepKilla said:

Unfortunately, it's not a troll. 

 

There's many news stories about ISIS members returning from Syria to Britain as full citizens, and even using money from their welfare system to stage attacks. 

It is a troll, because ISIS =/= Taliban

 

Secondly, you're talking about the UK, not the US.

 

Third, those were British citizens who left (usually on a flight to Turkey, thus non-direct) and then returned - either unbeknownst to their Conservative (right wing) government; or were later identified through intelligence received on the field, or through social media.

 

Damn dude, it's like your a history book with 3 of 337 pages remaining. Best fill those gaps. :trump2:

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Just now, SheepKilla said:

So now you're against peace based on pure speculation about what the Taliban thinks. 

 

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Here's a thought.............why didn't George Bush have negotiations with the Taliban............BEFORE attacking them?

 

I love how you don't even know what you are posting. LOL

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Dang, so Shit-filla was caught conflating details of a story, making false equivocations AND also straight up giving false information at the same time?

 

I would've-I would've NEVER thought in a million years he would do such a thing.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hey shit-filla....................whatever happened to that Overstock CEO getting ready to blow the story wide open on the FBI?????

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2 minutes ago, Teh_Diplomat said:

It is a troll, because ISIS =/= Taliban

 

Secondly, you're talking about the UK, not the US.

 

Third, those were British citizens who left (usually on a flight to Turkey, thus non-direct) and then returned - either unbeknownst to their Conservative (right wing) government; or were later identified through intelligence received on the field, or through social media.

  

Damn dude, it's like your a history book with 3 of 337 pages remaining. Best fill those gaps. :trump2:

1) And UK =/= the US. And the left in the US =/= the exact people in the UK. You can always find differences and similarities given any two situations. In order for you to accept a hypothetical example, the event in question would have to have already happened to the US, involving the same exact people and same exact groups. 

 

2) Yes, and after they were discovered, the left was 'disappointed' their citizenship was stripped. https://www.nbcnews.com/news/world/canada-disappointed-britain-stripping-isis-fighter-s-citizenship-n1043811 

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