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In Washington, DC: Personnel is Policy so Trump Should Fire People Who Undermine His Agenda

It is ridiculous that Vindman and Sondland are being treated as martyrs for being kicked out of the National Security Council when President Trump has every right to remove those around him who don’t support his agenda–and they were actively working against it. In Washington, DC this is called, “Personnel is Policy.” After all, would any Democrat/Liberal have wanted a staunch conservative working against President Obama in the White House?

Drain the Swamp!

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https://www.whitehouse.gov/nsc/
The Council’s function has been to advise and assist the President on national security and foreign policies

Tuldi Gabbard defends Donald Trump firing Alexander Vindman: ‘Whether people like it or not, there are consequences to elections’

Lt. Col. Vindman’s firing was no way to treat a war hero

The White House Fired Me for My Loyalty
By Rich Higgins
Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman wasn’t the first staffer to be fired from President Trump’s National Security Council and escorted from the premises by security. I went through the same ritual on July 21, 2017. But in contrast to Lt. Col. Vindman, I lost my job because I was loyal to the president. . . . .

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Gayle Trotter

Gayle Trotter is an attorney, political analyst and columnist who regularly appears on TV, such as Fox News, contributes to The Hill, The Daily Caller, Townhall and other well-known political websites, and is a frequent guest on radio shows across the country providing an insider’s view of Washington, DC. Read More