Trump Can't Trust the Swamp

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It’s because nobody trusts the blob.
 

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If Trump wanted to "drain the swamp", he shouldn't have hired so many corrupt people! :lol:



Mick Mulvaney just said the swampiest thing ever

"If you were a lobbyist who never gave us money, I didn't talk to you. If you were a lobbyist who gave us money, I might talk to you." - Mick Mulvaney

President Trump Urged Rex Tillerson to Help Drop DOJ Charges for Giuliani Client

HUD spent $31,000 in 2017 on new dining room set for Carson's office


The 7 trips Steven Mnuchin took on government planes for $811,800

Trump's top health official traded tobacco stock while leading anti-smoking efforts


Rex Tillerson Gets Fired the Day After He Criticized Russia


Paul Manafort charged with conspiracy against the U.S.

Michael Cohen pleads guilty to making false statements to Congress

Rick Gates, Trump Campaign Aide, Pleads Guilty in Mueller Inquiry and Will Cooperate


VA chief doctored email so wife could travel on taxpayer dime: watchdog

Omarosa: 'I was haunted by tweets every single day'


Michael Flynn 'putting his life back together' after guilty plea in Mueller probe

Rob Porter's ex-wives detail abuse allegations

Steve Bannon: The Trump-whisperer's rapid fall from grace


Ryan Zinke’s Rocky, Scandal-Ridden Year at Interior


Scott Pruitt’s bizarre condo scandal and mounting ethics questions, explained


Tom Price, Trump’s scandal-plagued HHS secretary, is stepping down


How a future Trump Cabinet member gave a serial sex abuser the deal of a lifetime

Anthony Scaramucci: Fired from the White House after 10 days

Trump frustrated with Hicks' role in Porter scandal

The Final Humiliation of Reince Priebus


George Papadopoulos: The Mueller Probe's First Guilty Plea

Karen McDougal tells CNN Trump once tried to pay her after sex


Six White House officials reprimanded for violating the Hatch Act

Interior Secretary Zinke resigns amid investigations


Stormy Daniels describes her alleged affair with Donald Trump

F.B.I. Raids Office of Trump’s Longtime Lawyer Michael Cohen

VA nominee Ronny Jackson dished out opioids, wrecked vehicle while drunk, colleagues say

Trump agriculture nominee Sam Clovis confirms he has no hard-science credentials, withdraws over ties to Russia probe
 
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Trump will need another four years to clear out the swamp.
< Trump Jr. says "there are very few people his dad can fully trust." >
Trump Jr. says "there are very few people" his dad can "fully trust"
extrapolating from the current swamp clearing process, twamp will need a lot more than another four years.
If more time is needed to drain the swamp, we should elect Don Jr. or Eric Trump after Donald Trump's eight years. Or we could make Ivanka Trump the first woman president.
 

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Trump will need another four years to clear out the swamp.

< Trump Jr. says "there are very few people his dad can fully trust." >

Trump Jr. says "there are very few people" his dad can "fully trust"
Maybe spread the Swamp out into a bunch of small puddles throughout the heartland.

Senators Marsha Blackburn (R-Tenn.) and Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) have worked up a real plan: Move a lot of Washington out of Washington.

They call their bill the HIRE Act, which is short for “Helping Infrastructure Restore the Economy.” They cleverly frame what they have in mind in the antiseptic language of wonkdom, calling for the relocation “of certain Federal agencies and permanent duty stations of employees of certain Federal agencies . . . in order to provide an opportunity to build needed infrastructure in certain areas and to share the benefits of Federal employment with economically distressed regions.”​

It has some very specific proposals, including the relocation of 10 cabinet departments out of D.C.

The Department of Transportation would go to Michigan. What a great idea! Maybe it would help Detroit recover its mojo.

The Department of Housing and Urban Development would go to Ohio. And why not? Ohio is nice state, centrally located.

The Department of Agriculture would go to Missouri. What does Washington know about growing anything, besides the deficit?

The Department of Education would be moved to Tennessee.

Move Washington Out of Washington
 
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Trump will need another four years to clear out the swamp.
< Trump Jr. says "there are very few people his dad can fully trust." >
Trump Jr. says "there are very few people" his dad can "fully trust"
Maybe spread the Swamp out into a bunch of small puddles throughout the heartland.
Senators Marsha Blackburn (R-Tenn.) and Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) have worked up a real plan: Move a lot of Washington out of Washington.
They call their bill the HIRE Act, which is short for “Helping Infrastructure Restore the Economy.” They cleverly frame what they have in mind in the antiseptic language of wonkdom, calling for the relocation “of certain Federal agencies and permanent duty stations of employees of certain Federal agencies . . . in order to provide an opportunity to build needed infrastructure in certain areas and to share the benefits of Federal employment with economically distressed regions.”​
It has some very specific proposals, including the relocation of 10 cabinet departments out of D.C
The Department of Transportation would go to Michigan. What a great idea! Maybe it would help Detroit recover its mojo.
The Department of Housing and Urban Development would go to Ohio. And why not? Ohio is nice state, centrally located.
The Department of Agriculture would go to Missouri. What does Washington know about growing anything, besides the deficit?
The Department of Education would be moved to Tennessee.
Move Washington Out of Washington
It would be an improvement if we hired only people from the heartland of America where real true patriots live.
 

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Trump will need another four years to clear out the swamp.

< Trump Jr. says "there are very few people his dad can fully trust." >

Trump Jr. says "there are very few people" his dad can "fully trust"
Maybe spread the Swamp out into a bunch of small puddles throughout the heartland.

Senators Marsha Blackburn (R-Tenn.) and Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) have worked up a real plan: Move a lot of Washington out of Washington.

They call their bill the HIRE Act, which is short for “Helping Infrastructure Restore the Economy.” They cleverly frame what they have in mind in the antiseptic language of wonkdom, calling for the relocation “of certain Federal agencies and permanent duty stations of employees of certain Federal agencies . . . in order to provide an opportunity to build needed infrastructure in certain areas and to share the benefits of Federal employment with economically distressed regions.”​

It has some very specific proposals, including the relocation of 10 cabinet departments out of D.C.

The Department of Transportation would go to Michigan. What a great idea! Maybe it would help Detroit recover its mojo.

The Department of Housing and Urban Development would go to Ohio. And why not? Ohio is nice state, centrally located.

The Department of Agriculture would go to Missouri. What does Washington know about growing anything, besides the deficit?

The Department of Education would be moved to Tennessee.

Move Washington Out of Washington
This is a great plan, but these people are not the swamp. These are just people like you and who go to work and do their job and are just trying to provide for their family
 

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It would be an improvement if we hired only people from the heartland of America where real true patriots live.
That is one of the benefits of this plan, as we saw with the ERS and TIFA, many of the DC folks will not leave DC. This gets new blood into the Fed Govt. Not that they are any more patriotic, just new blood with new ideas
 

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Trumpybear is the swamp. When he said he alone can fix it, he really meant he could "FIX" it. As in "the fix was in". Like he was fixing Ukraine situation. He just views the world through corrupt lenses.
 

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Trumpybear is the swamp. When he said he alone can fix it, he really meant he could "FIX" it. As in "the fix was in". Like he was fixing Ukraine situation. He just views the world through corrupt lenses.
Washington is far dirtier than Trump ever was.
 

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Trumpybear is the swamp. When he said he alone can fix it, he really meant he could "FIX" it. As in "the fix was in". Like he was fixing Ukraine situation. He just views the world through corrupt lenses.
Washington is far dirtier than Trump ever was.
Nothing says "qualified" like a million-dollar donation to Trump's inaugural committee. How's that working out?
 

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