Good Thing Trump Doesn’t Know How To Read

Seething Rage.
(image courtesy Scissorhead MonkeyFister)

Axios got it’s hands on the vetting documents used by Comrade Stupid when deciding who to hire for the 4th Reich, and boy-howdy, they warned but hired these crooks anyway!

“Nearly 100 internal Trump transition vetting documents leaked to “Axios on HBO” identify a host of “red flags” about officials who went on to get some of the most powerful jobs in the U.S. government.

“Why it matters: The massive trove, and the story behind it, sheds light on the slap-dash way President Trump filled his cabinet and administration, and foreshadowed future scandals that beset his government.”

Let’s look!

The documents point to Trump’s willingness to meet with — and sometimes hire — people who had harshly criticized him. The vetting team often put these denigrations at the top of the documents. A source with direct knowledge told me many of these documents were handed to Trump; he knew about the insults, and picked the insulters anyway.

Sure he did, Blanche, sure he did. He didn’t read them. He watched these people on television (Fox News) and listened to the late-breaking flattery.

Axios, again:

Some highlights:

  • Scott Pruitt, who ultimately lost his job as EPA Administrator because of serial ethical abuses and clubbiness with lobbyists, had a section in his vetting form titled “allegations of coziness with big energy companies.”
  • Tom Price, who ultimately resigned as Health and Human Services Secretary after Trump lost confidence in him in part for stories about his use of chartered flights, had sections in his dossier flagging “criticisms of management ability” and “Dysfunction And Division Has Haunted Price’s Leadership Of The House Budget Committee.”
  • Mick Mulvaney, who became Trump’s Budget Director and is now his acting chief of staff, has a striking assortment of “red flags,” including his assessment that Trump “is not a very good person.”
  • The Trump transition team was so worried about Rudy Giuliani, in line for Secretary of State, that they created a separate 25-page document titled “Rudy Giuliani Business Ties Research Dossier” with copious accounting of his “foreign entanglements.”
  • One red flag for Gen. David Petraeus, who was under consideration for Secretary of State and National Security Adviser: “Petraeus Is Opposed to Torture.”

“I love it when a plan comes together!”

As Christie says in the clip above, he was fired (essentially by Fratsputin) and all of the work his transition team collected was promptly thrown away.

But what Christie does NOT say is that the transition team was turned over to walking termite buffet Mike Pence, who then outsourced the vetting to the RNC, which as you may recall was headed by obvious anagram Reince Priebus.

One hand does wash the other.


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2 Responses to Good Thing Trump Doesn’t Know How To Read

  1. I don’t understand why Axios thinks this was slapdash or chaotic…I thought it was clearly understood that they were vetting FOR grifty incompetent tendencies. That’s why Petraeus was notchosen, their vetting worked.

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  2. roket says:

    Please note: This proves that when he said he was going to drain the swamp, he was lying. Evidently, he hires people using his gut feelings because he believes that he is the best judge of character in the US, quite possibly the world.


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