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  1. 31 Jul '17 19:21
    Brilliant, US politics is better than Game of Thrones. Almost.
  2. Subscriber mchill
    cryptogram
    31 Jul '17 19:32 / 1 edit
    Originally posted by @divegeester
    Brilliant, US politics is better than Game of Thrones. Almost.
    This administration is being run by a reality TV show guy with an over sized ego, that loves firing people. Need I say more?? More circus acts to follow.
  3. 31 Jul '17 19:41
    Originally posted by @mchill
    This administration is being run by a reality TV show guy with an over sized ego, that loves firing people. Need I say more?? More circus acts to follow.
    I'm sure whodey will be along shortly to explain how Obamacare is to blame.
  4. 01 Aug '17 01:57 / 1 edit
    Originally posted by @divegeester
    Brilliant, US politics is better than Game of Thrones. Almost.
    You're fired!

    Trump is the George Steinbrenner of politics.

    No doubt, he will hire and fire him at least 6 more times.

    It was nice to see Trump fire him after his little escapade.
  5. Subscriber Ponderable
    chemist
    01 Aug '17 05:14
    Originally posted by @whodey
    You're fired!

    Trump is the George Steinbrenner of politics.

    No doubt, he will hire and fire him at least 6 more times.

    It was nice to see Trump fire him after his little escapade.
    It was Kelly who fired him as I understood the news. This guy gives some hope. The question is when he (Kelly) will find himself in a position where exit is the only way.
  6. Standard member sasquatch672
    Don't Like It Leave
    01 Aug '17 05:22
    Originally posted by @ponderable
    It was Kelly who fired him as I understood the news. This guy gives some hope. The question is when he (Kelly) will find himself in a position where exit is the only way.
    Hate him if you wish. Trump has two Marine four-star generals in his cabinet. The United States of America is in good hands. Is, not are. E Plurubus Unum.
  7. Standard member shavixmir
    Guppy poo
    01 Aug '17 05:52
    Originally posted by @sasquatch672
    Hate him if you wish. Trump has two Marine four-star generals in his cabinet. The United States of America is in good hands. Is, not are. E Plurubus Unum.
    A sort of military coup, you say?
  8. 01 Aug '17 05:59
    Originally posted by @sasquatch672
    Hate him if you wish. Trump has two Marine four-star generals in his cabinet. The United States of America is in good hands. Is, not are. E Plurubus Unum.
    If ever there was a leader who needed to surround themself with good people, it's Trump. Sraramucci's dismissal was completely appropriate, it's his hiring that is questionable.
  9. 01 Aug '17 07:52
    Originally posted by @sasquatch672
    Hate him if you wish. Trump has two Marine four-star generals in his cabinet. The United States of America is in good hands. Is, not are. E Plurubus Unum.
    Gotta have your share of military folks. Like Flynn. Great guy, amirite?
  10. 01 Aug '17 08:37
    Originally posted by @divegeester
    Brilliant, US politics is better than Game of Thrones. Almost.
    as long as nobody gets bombed, this is indeed the funniest show on TV.

    not for the american people though. they get to star in it. less fun for them.
  11. 01 Aug '17 13:03
    Originally posted by @ponderable
    It was Kelly who fired him as I understood the news. This guy gives some hope. The question is when he (Kelly) will find himself in a position where exit is the only way.
    So Trump gets no credit for him being fired?

    Got it. I didn't think so.
  12. Subscriber Ponderable
    chemist
    01 Aug '17 13:11
    Originally posted by @whodey
    So Trump gets no credit for him being fired?

    Got it. I didn't think so.
    He gets the credit of having the Clown hired in the first place and having him reporting directly to him. If he would have been the one firing him, it would have been more or less imidiately after the interview which he (the Mooch) royally [expletive] up.
  13. 01 Aug '17 13:12 / 1 edit
    Originally posted by @ponderable
    He gets the credit of having the Clown hired in the first place and having him reporting directly to him. If he would have been the one firing him, it would have been more or less imidiately after the interview which he (the Mooch) royally [expletive] up.
    I would like to see all high ranking political figures throwing the "F" bomb around and threatening to harm people be fired. I would even like to see low ranking politicians like that have the same fate.

    How about you?
  14. 01 Aug '17 13:21
    Originally posted by @whodey
    So Trump gets no credit for him being fired?

    Got it. I didn't think so.
    Yeah, Trump should get "credit" for hiring an idiot and then firing him 10 days later.
  15. Subscriber Ponderable
    chemist
    01 Aug '17 14:29
    Originally posted by @whodey
    I would like to see all high ranking political figures throwing the "F" bomb around and threatening to harm people be fired. I would even like to see low ranking politicians like that have the same fate.

    How about you?
    Indeed I would like some dignity.

    But on your original question: trump did install "the mooch" reporting directly to him. In Germany it would not have taken days to fire him.
    The message was brought by Sandra Huckabee (the correctway, btw) and the reason quoted was to give John Kerry a clean start.

    Nothing about Trump being not Content with the guy. And whats more, by not shielding Priebus from that unfair and extremly undignified attack Trump fired Priebus. Thus at least inherently supporting Mooch.

    So where exactly should the credit come from?