Unlike Obama, President Trump actually knows how to run a country. Moreover, President Trump accomplishes amazing things under the most crazy circumstances.
Once the Democrats figured out they couldn’t defeat Trump, they plotted against him. And under ordinary circumstances, they might have succeeded. But they underestimated Trump.
God said, “Let there be light!”.
Thus, Trump was elected and the swamp rats were finally exposed to the light of day.
With DC infested with vermin, the 45th president had no choice but accept the people around him. But as we learned from Trump’s former national security adviser, Ret. Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster, Trump knows to keep his friends close and his enemies closer.
Politico explains, McMaster torched some of his former colleagues as a “danger to the Constitution”.
McMaster listed three groups within President Donald Trump’s inner circle in his explanation.
The first group he said included aides who looked to offer straightforward policy options to the president. McMaster put himself in this group.
These are people who supported Trump’s presidency as well as his agenda. They represent more than mere zealots, but who rightfully believed the previous administration to be a disaster.
Every administration has these people, including Obama. You can’t blame them for wanting to change things, as long as the changes prove to be for the greater good of the Republic. In the case of Obama, he performed recklessly. His policies proved ineffective, thus ultimately he needed to print $9 trillion to shore up his mess.
When the first group sees policies fail, it’s their responsibility to correct the course. Obama’s staff didn’t.
Moving on, McMaster discussed the second group:
“The second group of people, and I think this is true in any administration,” he explained, are those “who are not there to give the president options — they’re there to try to manipulate the situation based on their own agenda, not the president’s agenda.”
Think of people like Reince Priebus, Omarosa, and you get the picture. Sadly, in government there exist far too many of these bottom-feeders. Those looking for the spotlight, while feathering their own nests.
Finally, McMaster identified the third group.
He said these people “cast themselves in the role of saving the country, even the world, from the president.”
We all know who these people are. The DC insiders who don’t care who the president is, as they jockey to get farther up the ladder. The unelected bureaucrats who have run DC for decades.
“I think those latter two categories of people are actually a danger to the Constitution of the United States,” he added.
McMaster now serves as chairman of the Center on Military and Political Power at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies. He made his comments while speaking at an event hosted by the Foundation for Defense of Democracies. And what I believe McMaster acknowledged is that President Trump knew how to keep his friends close and his enemies closer.
We now witness the result. The attempted coup failed. And it failed because President Trump knew who the moles were.
Recall how the Left baited him to fire Mueller. Trump kept Mueller on, even though Mueller stacked the deck. I believe that was more than intentional. I think Trump was able to separate friend from foe.
Democrats set the trap, and Trump sprung it on them.