Who’s In Charge?

The Angry Inch, Dumb Spice

Tiger Beat on the Potomac (Thanks Charlie!) morning email thingie:

FIRST IN PLAYBOOK: THE DAWSEY DOWNLOAD — “One of President Trump’s closest friends spent several hours in the White House Monday and emerged to say on TV that the president may fire Robert Mueller, the special prosecutor, and that it would be a ‘significant mistake.’ It was an only-in-Trump’s White House kind of moment.

This is not normal. But more importantly it is not possible. The Attorney General can do this, but Jefferson Beauregard Sessions III has recused himself, as he is also a subject in the probe.

“Senior aides said the friend, Chris Ruddy, was only speculating, and said Trump was unlikely to can the former FBI director. One official said Ruddy didn’t meet with the president — but instead spent several hours with senior administration aides. ‘I wouldn’t take it too seriously,’ a White House official said.

“The reality is that Trump has sounded out associates about his concerns over Mueller — and no one knows what he might do. Trump would be making a big mistake if he tried to fire Mueller, and they don’t believe he will, aides said. He has been warned against it ‘by almost everyone,’ one adviser said. But he is often governed by self-preservation. He hates losing control of situations. He often lashes out when he feels someone could damage him. Plus, surrogates have begun telling him what trouble Mueller could pose. He met several times with New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie at Bedminster over the weekend.

“So, yes, it seems unlikely Trump will try to fire Mueller. But then again, no one expected him to fire James Comey.”

And there’s the wild card. Then Dumb Spice tries to distance the Russian Usurper!

— SPICER STATEMENT, delivered by email from Sean to reporters: “Mr. Ruddy never spoke to the President regarding this issue. With respect to this subject, only the President or his attorneys are authorized to comment.”

Good job, Angry Inch! But, what’s this?

— RUDDY DOUBLES DOWN, in email to us: “Spicer issued a bizarre late night press release that a) doesn’t deny my claim the President is considering firing Mueller and b) says I didn’t speak to the President about the matter — when I never claimed to have done so. Memo to Sean: focus your efforts on exposing the flim-flam Russian allegations against POTUS and highlighting his remarkable achievements! Don’t waste time trying to undermine one of your few allies.”

 Uh-oh, Spicy, he’s threatening you just when everyone else is focused on obvious anagram Reince Priebus!

— THE STRANGE THING: The White House still won’t comment on if, in fact, the president is considering getting rid of Mueller.

No one is in charge. This is a complete shit show.

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3 Responses to Who’s In Charge?

  1. I keep flashing on to the utterly terrifying conclusion that “ohmydog he really IS running this whole thing like a season of ‘Celebrity Apprentice'” and I start seriously contemplating tequila and wheaties for breakfast…hold the wheaties.

    I’m waiting for Gary Busey to push nuking Liechtenstein because “No one will see THAT coming!!”

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  2. roket says:

    Plausible deniability doesn’t work when your fingerprints are all over everything.


  3. A.J. says:

    “Senior aides said the friend, Chris Ruddy, was only speculating…”

    Nothing like stirring the coals of that fire you’re trying to put out!


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