Trump’s White House is run like Game of Thrones for Morons

Way too honest to last with Trump

❝ National security adviser H.R. McMaster has become the latest target of the leaks and infighting that have dogged the Trump administration’s early days.

❝ President Trump has tried to put an end to White House staffers placing palace intrigue stories, which peaked last month with a war of words between chief strategist Stephen Bannon and senior adviser Jared Kushner that played out in the press.

Now, McMaster, a favorite of Washington’s GOP and foreign policy establishment, finds himself in the crosshairs of anonymous White House officials as the administration mulls ramping up the U.S. military presence in Afghanistan.
Those close to the White House describe the latest scuffle as another power struggle between rival spheres of influence. Foreign policy experts see the leaks as a reflection of a broader internal dispute over the appropriate level of U.S. involvement in the Middle East.

❝ Once again, Bannon is rumored to be at the center of it.

❝ …Bloomberg View columnist Eli Lake reported that Trump was boiling over with rage at McMaster and had berated him in front of White House staff…The story said that Trump at one point “screamed” at McMaster on a phone call for assuring South Korean officials that the U.S. would foot the bill for a missile defense system, contradicting the president.

RTFA for all the plot lines, mis-characterization of characters, myths and legends counter to any rational evidence-based history. It makes for comic opera. It also describes a swamp filled with competing bigots and fools sucking up to the ignoranus-in-chief.

24 thoughts on “Trump’s White House is run like Game of Thrones for Morons

  1. Miss American Pie says:

    In this photo, inadvertently provided by the Russian Foreign Ministry after U.S. media was barred, Trump meets with Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov, left, and Russian Ambassador to the United States Sergey Kislyak at the White House. Official White House photos posted Thursday of President Trump’s Oval Office meetings the previous day leave out Ambassador Kislyak, who is at the center of the controversy over the collusion between Trump’s associates and Russia.

  2. The Mad King says:

    “And then Henry Kissinger walks in…: 24 hours in the Donald Trump circus” (CNN)
    “A theory: Trump fired Comey because he’s taller” (Washington Post)
    Footnote: “President Nixon has been routinely taping all his conversations and meetings in the Oval Office and cabinet room of the White House, in his Executive Office Building office and on four of his personal telephones, former White House aide Alexander P. Butterfield told the Senate select Watergate committee yesterday.” (Washington Post July 17, 1973)

  3. I kid you not says:

    The Trump administration is now accepting applications for its first round of interns, who will start on Sept. 6 and work until Dec. 6. The full-time positions are open to college students, college graduates, or military veterans age 18 or over, as long as they are willing to work from 9am until 6pm Monday until Friday. The positions historically have been unpaid, despite pressure in recent years to provide a salary. See application form @
    “Please answer the following questions briefly and candidly. Answers to these questions are limited to 1,000 characters per question.” [examples]:
    ☐ Why are you committed to supporting President Donald J. Trump’s Administration?
    ☐ Which Trump Administration Cabinet Secretary do you most admire, and why?
    ☐ What do you view as the most significant achievement of the Trump Administration thus far?

  4. Heads up says:

    (June 8, 2017) White House on Lockdown After Television Is Hurled Out Window “A group of fourth-grade students from Bethesda, Maryland, was on a White House tour when the incident involving the television occurred.
    “I heard someone screaming lots of swear words and then, like, this big crash,” Zach Dorrinson, a student on the tour, said. “It was messed up.”

  5. Maelström says:

    “‘Category 5 hurricane’: White House under siege by Trump Jr.’s Russia revelations” (Washington Post)
    “Rancor at White House as Russia Story Refuses to Let the Page Turn” (NYT)
    “Donald Trump Jr.’s full emails about meeting a ‘Russian government attorney,’ annotated” (WAPO)

    • Sad Sack says:

      “It’s something that you don’t like talking about, but again we are the most powerful country in the world, and we are getting more and more powerful because I’m a big military person. As an example, if Hillary had won, our military would be decimated. Our energy would be much more expensive. That’s what Putin doesn’t like about me. And that’s why I say, Why would he want me? Because from Day One I wanted a strong military; he doesn’t want to see that. And from Day One I want fracking and everything else to get energy prices low and to create tremendous energy. We’re going to be self-supporting — we just about are now. We’re going to be exporting energy. He doesn’t want that. He would like Hillary where she wants to have windmills. He would much rather have that because energy prices would go up and Russia, as you know, relies very much on energy. So there are many things that I do that are the exact opposite of what he would want. So what I keep hearing about that he would have rather had Trump, I think probably not because when I want a strong military — you know she wouldn’t have spent the money on military, when I want a strong military, when I want tremendous energy, we’re opening up coal, we’re opening up natural gas, we’re opening up fracking — all the things that he would hate, but nobody ever mentions that.” President Trump In an interview with the Christian Broadcasting Network’s Pat Robertson, July 12, 2017

    • Kuzma's mother says:

      “A former Soviet counter-intelligence officer was in the meeting with Donald Trump Jr. and a Russian lawyer in June 2016, in which Trump Jr. was promised damaging information on Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, according to a report from NBC News.
      NBC said some U.S. officials suspect the former intelligence officer, who was identified as a Russian-American lobbyist, has ongoing ties to Russian intelligence.
      NBC did not name the individual, but it said he denies having any current ties to the Kremlin.
      President Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner and then-campaign chairman Paul Manafort were also present for the meeting.”

  6. Beat Goes On says:

    ● “Watching the Downfall of a Presidency in Real Time” By Frank Rich
    ● “Trump Jr.’s Russia meeting sure sounds like a Russian intelligence operation” By Rolf Mowatt-Larssen (director of the Intelligence and Defense Project at Harvard’s Belfer Center, former director of intelligence and counterintelligence at the Department of Energy and a 23 year veteran CIA intelligence officer in domestic and international posts)
    ● “The latest evidence of Trump’s unfitness may be the most revolting”

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