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Kindergarten White House, Pt. 2

March 1, 2019

If the testimony yesterday of President Trump’s former personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, was not bad enough, today’s report that President Trump overruled a decision by the FBI to deny a Top Secret security clearance to his son-in-law, Gerald Kushner, is more evidence that this Administration is run like a kindergarten.

If Kushner’s business interests were in conflict with his White House duties, then he should not be serving as Special Assistant to the President. Unfortunately, the President’s business interests are also a source of conflict of interest. His interest in building a Trump Tower in Moscow clearly constrained whatever actions he might take to defend America and our allies in the West from Vladimir Putin’s goal of reestablishing the Russian Empire.

It is painful to watch conservatives at CPAC this week as they confuse political principle and loyalty to the GOP with a foolish and ignorant President of the same Party. When all is said and done, by 2021 the GOP will no longer exist as a viable counter to the Progressive Left. By then it will be too late to rebuild the conservative “movement” nor reestablish a viable GOP. We political theorists see this as the first step in a process leading to “Loss of Country.”

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