Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Here comes the bus...

And I say

it's all right...

The Trump administration runs on one-way loyalty: Everyone must show absolute fealty to the trumpster in the dumpster or be thrown under the bus.

Donald Trump's Cabinet members introduce themselves and praise the President

There is almost no one (his daughter – perhaps) that Trump won't throw under the bus to save himself.

But now the dumpster’s oldest loyalist is feeling the tire getting closer.

Jeff Sessions made the mistake of following legal ethics procedures by recusing himself from RussiaGate.

It also points out that Trump sees the attorney general only as another fall-guy for the president.

Who else has been thrown under the bus so far?

Sean Spicer: Sean Spicer, the White House press secretary, resigned.

Michael Flynn: Former National Security Advisor Michael resigned after serving for less than a month.

James Comey: Trump fired James Comey as FBI director in May.

Comey was handling the investigation into the Trump campaign's possible collusion with Russia during the 2016 election at the time of his ouster.

Sally Yates: Trump fired Sally Yates who had refused to uphold the Trump administration's controversial travel ban.

Preet Bharara: Trump fired Preet Bharara, the former US Attorney for the Southern District of Manhattan and 'Sheriff' of Wall Street. Trump had initially promised Bharara he would keep his job.

Katie Walsh: Katie Walsh, the former deputy chief of staff left the White House just nine weeks into the job.

Michael Dubke: Michael Dubke, the former White House communications director, resigned in May. Dubke was replaced by Anthony Scaramucci, a top Trump donor.

The current president might as well be "Harvey."

The obvious FACT is:

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