Trump Derangement Syndrome Is Alive and Well

by minimus 65 Replies latest jw friends

  • blondie

    Wasn't Bolton selected in April 2018? What did President Trump say about Bolton's selection and qualifications then? I have searched by can only find items about recent events.

  • LV101

    I've not confirmed anything but 'heard' he goes back to the Reagan era - served under Bush and Obama. He's a hawk re/Middle East but has been on board re/the issues with China -- spot on in that regard. Afghanistan expense (lives not to mention costs) are enough - the US needs repairs -- roads, bridges, homeless, mentally disturbed or challenged, drugs, etc., etc.

  • sparky1

    Here you go Blondie:

    As is his wont, President Trump praised Ambassador Bolton as a "fantastic representative" on his team.

    Now that Advisor Bolton turns out not to be a sycophantic lockstepper , President Trump will view him as 'persona non grata'

  • LV101

    If he doesn't support President Trump's agenda he shouldn't be onboard -- this is normal. Of course he can have his own opinions but Bolton isn't the president. President Trump has appointed some excellent people - thankfully.

  • RubaDub

    He's been stuck with enough losers from previous admins.

    LV101 ...

    Forget that Trump was stuck with losers (i.e Bolton).

    Trump can't keep his own people that he picks! The last I checked, Bolton is/was a hand-picket Trumper.

    Rub a Dub

  • LV101

    He's good at walking em -- he's picked some winners. I think it goes with the territory and the swamp issues (both sides) but he's clearly no lifer politician knowing these characters -- not that they benefitted Bush or Obama.

    I didn't strike your 'Dislike' button -- yet!! lol - appreciate your views and someday we'll have a president both sides are gaga over (yeah, right) -- I thought it'd be Trump - no, not really.

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