Get used to it because I can guarantee you that the United States government is NOT going to prosecute her. Yes, she should die in prison, along with her rapist pedophile husband, but that's just the way it goes. Must be nice to be untouchable and able to get away with committing treason, eh?Hillary is still walking free.
I hope you are wrong. There is still hope for change. We shall see.Get used to it because I can guarantee you that the United States government is NOT going to prosecute her. Yes, she should die in prison, along with her rapist pedophile husband, but that's just the way it goes. Must be nice to be untouchable and able to get away with committing treason, eh?
There are a lot of people who do not think he is making bad decisions. You should check out your sources.Yes but why don’t you find fault with the boss who keeps making the same bad hiring decisions? Why doesn’t he vet these people better to avoid the embarrassment, chaos and general feeling of ineptitude that leaks form the Whit house
We put dogs on leashes and teach them commands , bad behavior is usually the owners fault. You can’t blame the dog for being a dog.
This is the 455th departure in less than three years. That is mind boggling
Mathis, McMaster and Kelly could not work with Trump. Big difference. Yuuuuge.Never watched The Apprentice. Reality TV is a waste. The Apprentice is no exception. Trump has been trying to fit square pegs into round holes his whole administration. Bolton's views have been no secret for many years. If it's not a good idea to "keep trying to fit a square peg into a round hole", as you say, Trump should've never hired him in the first place. Trump is not interested in people who might tell him what he needs to know. He just wants "yes people" who are basically a waste of oxygen. The fact that he couldn't work out with good people like Mathis, McMaster, and Kelley says that.
CNNThere are a lot of people who do not think he is making bad decisions. You should check out your sources.
The Hillary decision far preceded Mr. Barr. While I do not give him a pass, I can swallow the whole "move on" concept since it was already there. I also get that prosecuting her would take out a lot of the government's infrastructure, as it is impossible to think that she e-mailed and received e-mail only from herself - those on the "from" line, and those on the "to" and "cc" lines are all equally culpable for the crimes she committed, and they're likely to be the past president, many previous Cabinet-level officials, many current and previous leadership in Congress, in the CIA, in FBI, in DOJ, in State......taking them all out concurrently would be devastating to the stability of our government. Bad, but stable, is far better than empty and unstable. We've said that for many foreign leadership with whom we've worked, and it's true for us, too. The fix must be slow. I get that.When you already know you won't get a conviction, there's no point in pressing forward. That fix is in and there's nothing Barr can do about it.
No one's point really matters when POTUS decides to go with someone else in his cabinet, when they serve at the pleasure of the POTUS.I never said I was a Bolton fan. Not sure how you would think that. Not a warmonger either but I do support necessary military actions.
My point, which you missed, was about Trump's hiring methods which leave a lot to be desired.
That is a typical mentality of those born into wealth instead of those who earned it. They aren’t used to hearing no, so that is their reaction when they hear it.The one thing I never liked about Trump was/is this apparent attitude he has that if you, as an employee, disagree with him, that's grounds for firing. That may not be reality, but that's what it's always looked like to me; that if people who work for Trump aren't "yes men," he doesn't want them around.