H.R. Mcmasters, says Trump is aiding Putin

Crabcatcher79

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Trumps former security adviser says that President Trump "is aiding and abetting Putin's efforts [to undermine U.S. election integrity] by not being direct about this, by not calling out Putin for what he's doing."

 

NPC

Active Member
"is aiding and abetting Putin's efforts [to undermine U.S. election integrity] by not being direct about this, by not calling out Putin for what he's doing."

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ah yes the leftist narrative you don't specifically come out against a policy / person / movement / ideal

You Support That Thing

Again Lick Spittle .... a difference of OPINION on how to handle a matter or issue .... there is a reason McMasters is FORMER

On look he published a book last week
 

NPC

Active Member
“(McMaster) stresses the need to know more about a complex world of actors who, as it turns out, do not think as we do or share our world view. He devotes the bulk of his book to a tour of the globe with an eye out for the parts most fraught — now, and in the foreseeable future….It is, one suspects, the master in-depth briefing the author always wanted to give the president.” (NPR.org)

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NPC

Active Member
Ah ha! So, Trump doesn't want to actually fire McMaster right now because he doesn't want to humiliate him. But, Trump has clearly told enough people about his plan to get rid of McMaster -- and the fact that he dislikes what he believes to be the national security adviser's "gruff and condescending" manner -- that they feel comfortable sharing this information with the media. (The Post spoke to 19 Administration officials and advisers for their story including five who confirmed the plans to fire McMaster.)

Being fired is humiliating. Knowing you are going to be fired and twisting in the wind -- in a very public way -- before you are fired is even worse.

Let's say McMaster isn't let go -- and doesn't resign -- for the foreseeable future. How can he possibly be effective at his job -- inside or outside the White House -- given that there is this cloud looming over him? Every single person McMaster deals with will have read the stories about Trump's plans. It will be impossible for McMaster to do anything with the President's imprimatur on it.



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Crabcatcher79

Well-Known Member
Ah ha! So, Trump doesn't want to actually fire McMaster right now because he doesn't want to humiliate him. But, Trump has clearly told enough people about his plan to get rid of McMaster -- and the fact that he dislikes what he believes to be the national security adviser's "gruff and condescending" manner -- that they feel comfortable sharing this information with the media. (The Post spoke to 19 Administration officials and advisers for their story including five who confirmed the plans to fire McMaster.)

Being fired is humiliating. Knowing you are going to be fired and twisting in the wind -- in a very public way -- before you are fired is even worse.

Let's say McMaster isn't let go -- and doesn't resign -- for the foreseeable future. How can he possibly be effective at his job -- inside or outside the White House -- given that there is this cloud looming over him? Every single person McMaster deals with will have read the stories about Trump's plans. It will be impossible for McMaster to do anything with the President's imprimatur on it.



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What are you talking about?

Mcmasters no longer works in the White House
 
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