It seems to be Trump's plan to bad mouth the first senator, Jeff Sessions, who supported Trump and offered him his undying loyalty by now throwing Sessions under the bus. The word is Trump ultimately wants to perfect the plan to get those to occupy positions in the Justice Department who are Trump friendly and ultimately fire Mueller over what else -- the Trump/Russia collusion investigation. It may be difficult to find someone who wants that Justice Department position or any position of power in Trumpland as Trumpet could kick them to the curb in Hitlerian Night of the Long Knives (Google it) fashion when the mood strikes him to do so.
Some give Scaramucci, Trump's new "Communications"
Director whose communiques sound like he came right out of the central
casting of "Goodfellas." Wray with nearly unanimous support for FBI
Director has as one of his illustrious clients defendant, Chris
Christie. He helped him escape prison of the political Bridgegate while
Christie's unter menchen lackeys got jail time. Sad.
things, most especially Republican are supremely corrupt because this is
the Party of money in a pay-to-play universe. Yes, I know Democrats
play too but I aver not in such epic proportions. I do not know how
moral philosophically adhering Republicans can feel good about
themselves, sleep at night or look themselves in the mirror the next day
when the Party to which they belong lies and most monumentally has as
its commander-in-chief a man with no heart who lies all the time. This
Party does not care about most of you!
Maybe I'm just a fool who
thinks that in their hearts people are basically good at least they are
in this nation. Right now it seems that a significant portion of this
nation contains corrupt monsters and the naive many who place them in
positions of death wielding power. Like 12 year old boy scouts to whom
Trump spoke they do not know what developing an intellect and thoughtful
reasoning is. In some sectors of this nation I suggest being stupid is
something to which one should aspire. Remember Trump said he loves
stupid people. Well, he got their vote.
Perhaps, the thought to
Benjamin Franklin's famous response after the Constitution's creation
"It's a Republic IF you can keep it" should be, unfortunately, we can't.