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Saturday, July 7, 2018

Donald Trump -vs- The ‘Deep State’





Is there a "Donald Trump -vs- The Deep State" War Going on For Your Mind, and Soul?


News Medias have good reason to Alarm you, and the idea of the civil war within the Whitehouse executive branch destroying us all.  President Trump is bastardized by the term “deep state” in his conspiracy theorists bantering that even its progenitor.







Mike Lofgren, wishes he would stop, because of it's angst nature is a deep state of embarrassment.


Mr. Lofgren described the phrase, (Deep State), Trump used to describe a network of entrenched duly elected constituent interests is co-opted by radical conspiracy-theorist interests to demonize the Trump administration as an opposition is a perspective of insanity by usage.

The irony:
The hiring by the anti-deep state president of John Bolton, a hawk with decades of government experience and a multimillion-dollar super PAC in his name-sake, to be national security adviser have become overtly questionable.



The WhiteHouse has perverted the meaning of the term, and hiring Bolton have gramatically twisted this term, (Deep State), even further.

A very disturbing dynamic emerging within the executive branch in this sandbox of conspiracies.

The national security bureaucracy is clearly in attempt to constrain the president’s chaotic choices, and the president, (POTUS45), is pushing back in an angst manner that is reckless for our nations national security.

Consider this AP account by Matthew Lee and Josh Lederman of a contentious meeting last week about U.S. policy toward Syria to to refresh an out-side perspective.

In this meeting contained a Toddler-in-Chief-worthy anecdote, but it also contained this horrid shocking read:

The president was vocal and vehement in insisting that the [Syria troop] withdrawal be completed quickly if not immediately, according to five administration officials briefed on Tuesday’s White House meeting of Trump and his top aides.

These officials are not authorized to discuss internal deliberations and afterwards requested anonymity in their own deep state action.



The aides failed obtaining their desired outcome, it may have been because this angst strategy worked in the past and obviously have backfired.

Offering Trump a menu of pullout plans, with varying timelines and options for withdrawing step-by-step, rather the other have been approved.

The team decided to frame it as a binary choice:
"Stay in Syria to ensure the Islamic State can’t regroup, or pull out completely."


Documents presented fact-checks to the president included several pages of possibilities for staying in, and a description for full withdrawal emphasizing significant risks that includes Iran and Russia would take advantage of a U.S., vacuum by departure out of this region.

Ultimately, Trump chose this wrong option anyway.


Yesterday, Trump’s think-tank on Syria is completely at odds with his entire national security team of professional advisors.

As for many who professionally knows about foreign policy, I’m inclined to trust the team more than Trump 24h/7d in an annual 360y.

Many loathe — Donald J. Trump is the president of the United States.


While POTUS45 is occupying our presidential office, and his national security team is always present with consistent viable options available to him.

It is precisely this kind of angst maneuvering that fosters “deep state” paranoia in the first place and nothing more.




Author Marc Ambinder tackles five myths about the “deep state.”


This is a historical phenomenon unique to this and all past administrations and POTUS45 continues.

President Barack Obama’s national security team pushed for military options to the front of the policy queue for much of his second term protecting sovereignty and national security of this country.

Obama resisted those options while still hearing them out, and this is highly commendable.

The difference between the Obama -and- Trump eras is not the existence of bureaucratic politics, but how the president has handled the bureaucratic politics.

One can accuse Obama of a lot of conspiracy-theorist things, but winging it without staff consultation never happened.

Trump is moving into “liberated” mode, and now POTUS45 adopts new tactic bypassing his bureaucracies:

Improvising in public via twitter and then ordering his executive branch as an informal directive.

Here is evidence: Read Axios’s Jonathan Swan, how the president decided to escalate trade war with China and the world:

When the president threatened China with $100 billion in new tariffs, there had hardly been any White House discussion.

There wasn’t one single deliberative meeting in which senior officials sat down to debate the pros and cons of this historic threat.

Trump have not requested advice from his top economic adviser, Larry Kudlow, instead presenting the tariffs.



Chief of Staff John Kelly knew Trump wanted more tariffs, but was blindsided by the speed of the Donald Trumps announcement, again, on twitter and again, childish and angst.

The Legislative Affairs Director Marc Short — the Whitey House’s liaison to Capitol Hill — was totally in the dark and in a deep-state of concern.

With certainty, the president was not freelancing. This topic came up at the senior staff meeting the morning of the announcement leaving an uncomfortable solidified atmosphere.

Mr. President, Donald Trump, personally ordered Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin to put manipulate "the threat" and to get it done by Thursday.

Donald Trump said he will protect American farmers, whom the Chinese were threatening with billions in tariffs.

For Whitey House officials triggered: Trump had this melted down on Capitol Hill, and the markets with zero substantive internal debate and tragedy follows.

One can see how Trump would act this way on military options if he wants to display toughness.

With Bolton, Trump placed in charge is, “impervious to information going against his preconceived conspiracy ideological views,” according to one former colleague.





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POTUS45/Donald Trump is a recipe for ill-informed policy disasters.
All Presidents need staffs and proper constituent organizations to carry out their policies.

Not one president is capable as a single expert regarding all policies is humanly impossible. 

Mr. President, Donald Trump, is an expert about nothing beyond reality television.

Mr. Donald Trump needs a new functioning constituent staff and not a swamp of conspiracy-theorists.

POUTS45's national security staff is extreme worried about President Donald Trump's judgment.

This encourages the president to act out in angst more on twitter and international television.

In this absence of supportive staff, President Donald Trump will freelance through twitter and uncontrolled in angst. Logically this never goes well.

The, Donald Trump, national security bureaucracies will never realize this.

For everyone’s sake only disaster shall follow that sadly enough REX84 and a Coup'd'Etat to save the entire planet earth from absolute purge and disaster.


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