One of President Trump’s longtime friends made a striking move on Sunday: After talking privately with the president over drinks late Friday, Christopher Ruddy publicly argued that Trump should replace his White House chief of staff.

“A lot of people have been saying, ‘Look, Donald has some problems,’ and I think he realizes that he’s got to make some changes going forward,” Ruddy said in an interview with The Washington Post.

Ruddy went on to detail his critique of White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus: “It’s my view that Reince is the problem. I think on paper Reince looked good as the chief of staff, and Donald trusted him, but its pretty clear the guy is in way over his head. 

He’s not knowledgeable of how federal agencies work, how the communications operations work. He botched this whole immigration rollout. This should’ve been a win for Donald, not two or three weeks of negative publicity.

“My personal view is they know that they can improve in the area of their messaging, and they’re working quickly to do it,” said Ruddy, the chief executive of Newsmax Media, a conservative website, and a member of Trump’s Mar-a-Lago Club in Palm Beach, Fla. 

Other supporters of Trump say too much of the senior staff’s attention seems to be taken up by internal conflicts. Only a handful of ambassadorships have been announced, for instance, and some major Republican donors in line for such posts are privately complaining that they have felt cut off from Priebus, after having enjoyed regular contact with him when he was Republican National Committee chairman.

Edward J. Rollins, a White House adviser to Ronald Reagan, said part of the problem for Trump’s team is that so many top officials are “big, national personalities where everything they do is amplified.”

“The real problem here is you have a bunch of people who were pretty much unknown four months ago, and now they’re all characters on ‘Saturday Night Live,’ ” Rollins said.

Priebus, Trumps Chief of Staff, follows the chief, the chief lies, he swears to it.   US President-elect Donald Trump’s new ladder climbing yes man chief of staff Reince Priebus has defended the choice of right-wing media man Stephen Bannon as chief strategist, calling him a “force for good”.  A number of critics have denounced Mr Bannon as supporting white supremacism.   Adolf would think of him as a son.  Maybe “A force for good for nothing” better explains Bannon”.

But Reince Priebus told Good Morning America: This was “ Not the Steve Bannon that I know” adding he was a “ Very, very smart person”.    NOTE:  To an idiot,  Donald Duck would seem intelligent and smart.   His opinion will change when Bannon stabs him in the back.   

Coming from Priebus thats understandable, his record as a judge of people is questionable.  Reince follows money and position.   One day Reince will escape from the butt-following mental prison he lives in and will find normalcy on a deserted island far from humanity when the Donald  banishes him.   

The victims of the infighting and grandstanding of the TRUMP court are almost predictable. Reince’s position will be Bannon on the right and Trumps son-in-law on his left.  With Kellyanne Elizabeth Conway  behind him, he is in a precarious position.  Basically his Christie ‘Yea Boss’ attitude will keep him in the fray for a while.  Just ask Chris Christie... who?

Mr Priebus said: “I am very grateful to the president-elect for this opportunity to serve him and this nation as we work to create an economy that works for everyone, secure our borders, repeal and replace Obamacare and destroy radical Islamic terrorism.”   Mr. Paul Ryan, House speaker and certified party man, our biggest coward besides Mitch the Bitch McConnell, “ Said on Monday that Mr Priebus’s appointment was a very, very, very good sign of things to come”

If what we have seen so far is a sample of good things to come, beware these are not just growing pains, this administration is a complete cluster-f*ck.     Adolf Hitler made those same promises about Bormann and Eichmann, Speer found recognition too, Reince has spoken like a true TRUMP lay-down, just like Christie and Manafort, and in reality he is a Paul Ryan spy in the White House.  When he fails he will be really useless to anyone.

RUMORS:  Specifically, multiple sources close to President Trump with internal knowledge of White House operations told Breitbart News on Monday night that the buck stops with Priebus when it comes to the botched rollout of the executive order temporarily banning most travel to the United States from seven nations with a history of exporting terrorism and temporarily halting the refugee program. This news comes of course in the wake of the news that Flynn was pushed out, but also as more and more reports of a likely shake-up at the top loom.

“Reince is responsible, ultimately, for the rollout of the immigration executive order,” one source said. “He failed to get Attorney General and noted semi-racist Jeff Sessions on the calendar in the Senate in time for what he knew would be a highly controversial executive order. He was supposed to be this wizard in dealing with congressional Republicans, but has not been successful in getting anything serious done.”

President Trump’s most colorful foreign policy critic, Eliot Cohen, reacting to appearances by chief of staff Reince Priebus on the Sunday shows, tweeted that Priebus reminds him “of the colorless, belief less, spineless functionaries of 20th century totalitarians.” Well, Priebus, who happily turned over the GOP to Trump, has as much experience as anyone from his job as the Republican National Committee chairman in the “colorless, beliefless, spineless” functionary department.

At the RNC, Priebus was in charge of getting rich people to cough up money and running a political shop that over the years has been overshadowed by the Republican Governors Association, the House and Senate election committees, the Koch brothers, American Crossroads and other entities. To the extent he believes in anything — reaching out to minorities and pursuing comprehensive immigration reform, for example, were his aims from the 2013 GOP autopsy report — it is only for the moment.


Our prediction is that 30-90 days, the second mild mannered Chief of Staff, assistant to the Bullshitter-in-Chief will be given a new title soon.  The first COS was Chris Christie, who was relieved when TrUMP found out he used T-RUMP’s personal toilet on the plane and broke the seat.

Priebus will be named  Ambassador to the Island Nation of Nauru, located somewhere in the South Pacific (when it can be found on a map) with a population of 10,480.  It’s a popular detention center for those immigrants and refugees trying to get to Civilized Countries like Australia but have not beenf approved.   Our hopes are maybe as the TR-RUMP crew fails and he fires them, they too can vacation in Nauru for a long time. The only place in the world smaller is the Vatican and possibly Monaco.


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