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Next President of the United Fates of America

Trump Political Mayhem and General Mattis

Trump lost his best man when Mattis obviously resigned in protest,
over Trump's pulling troops out of Syria policy decision,
{along with half the troops from Afghanistan}.

From my perspective,
Trump is attempting to quickly distract national public attention, 
from the govt. shutdown,
and his slip slip slipping Wall money, 
with sheer flash grenade style political policy distraction. 

The Senate will probably start to resist this Trump flash in the pan politics.
Abrupt troop withdrawal is not a good idea in either country.
It makes no sense in Syria,
the US military there is relatively quite safe with the Kurdish forces in hand,
and now what ... ?
we give the Kurds up to be punished by the Turks,
threatening to invade northern Syria?

The Kurds were the ground forces that defeated ISIS.
They will have no American jets to fight the Turks,
and if the Turks invade, 
there will be another,
Blood Bath.
Trump essentially allowing Iran to take over in Syria,
exactly what he condemned Obama policy for in Iraq.

Putin was sedatively amusing today, 
as he welcomed the decision but expressed open doubt,
that the US would fulfill the withdrawal of troops from both countries. 

The stage is set for the Trump slide into deep happening shit.
The Mueller investigation will continue to witch hunt Trump,
and some legal shit is going to stick to his red teflon tie some day soon.
The economic turmoil all the way to the brink of collapse,
will be pinned on Trump as part of the plan to collapse his presidency.

That Deep State type of scenario predictably should begin to peak near the next pres. election time.
No doubt that a series of contingency plans are in place as options,
to burn his presidency to ashes ... that is what they really want, revenge Whip

the Senate will soon to denying Trump his way,
with enough Republicans in revolt.
Trump's Syria and Afghanistan surprise party troop withdrawal political play-housing,
and the resultant Mattis resignation letter,
with his polite but direct chastising of the president, 
may be the true beginning of the end for Trump.

Losing Mattis is a big fucking mistake, 
and portrays a degree of desperation on Trump's part in his abrupt actions today,
to include feebly tweeting that Mattis was retiring,
hours before Mattis resigned.

hey, it is this easy Hmm2
No Wall Scream
No second term of office Whip

No more smiles for Mattis
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Trump's best man in his government was Mattis, 
he helped Trump see more clearly with a fine sense of prudence in political mayhem.

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Little Marco Rubio  Lol
talking big today on Twitter. 
Quote:Just read Gen. Mattis resignation letter. 
It makes it abundantly clear that we are headed towards a series of grave policy errors,
which will endanger our nation,
damage our alliances & empower our adversaries.

Nonetheless, that mindset must now be gestating into many Senate Republican's minds.
Trump is like a river boat gambler in today's political extravagnaza.
It is a nilly willy way to play el Presidente.

Take the time,
to read history.

General Mattis Letter of Resignation  

Dear Mr. President:

I have been privileged to serve as our country’s 26th Secretary of Defense,
which has allowed me to serve alongside our men and women of the Department,
in defense of our citizens and our ideals.

I am proud of the progress that has been made over the past two years,
 on some of the key goals articulated in our National Defense Strategy: 
putting the Department on a more sound budgetary footing, 
improving readiness and lethality in our forces, 
and reforming the Department’s business practices for greater performance. 

Our troops continue to provide the capabilities needed to prevail in conflict, 
and sustain strong US global influence.

One core belief I have always held is that our strength as a nation,
is inextricably linked to the strength
of our unique and comprehensive system of alliances and partnerships. 
While the US remains the indispensable nation in the free world, 
we cannot protect our interests or serve that role effectively, 
without maintaining strong alliances and showing respect to those allies. 

Like you, 
I have said from the beginning that the armed forces of the United States 
should not be the policeman of the world. 

we must use all tools of American power to provide for the common defense, 
including providing effective leadership to our alliances. 
NATO’s 29 democracies demonstrated that strength in their commitment,
to fighting alongside us following the 9-11 attack on America. 
The Defeat-ISIS coalition of 74 nations is further proof.

I believe we must be resolute and unambiguous in our approach to those countries,
whose strategic interests are increasingly in tension with ours. 

It is clear that China and Russia, 
for example, 
want to shape a world consistent with their authoritarian model—gaining veto authority,
over other nations’ economic, diplomatic, and security decisions—
to promote their own interests at the expense of their neighbors, 
America and our allies. 
That is why we must use all the tools of American power to provide for the common defense.

My views on treating allies with respect,
and also being clear-eyed about both malign actors and strategic competitors,
are strongly held and informed by over four decades of immersion in these issues. 

We must do everything possible to advance an international order that is most conducive to our security, 
prosperity and values, and we are strengthened in this effort by the solidarity of our alliances.

Because you have the right to a Secretary of Defense,
whose views are better aligned with yours on these and other subjects, 
I believe it is right for me to step down from my position. 
The end date for my tenure is February 28, 2019, 
a date that should allow sufficient time for a successor to be nominated and confirmed,
as well as to make sure the Department’s interests,
are properly articulated and protected at upcoming events,
to include Congressional posture hearings and the NATO Defense Ministerial meeting in February.

Further, that a full transition to a new Secretary of Defense 
occurs well in advance of the transition of Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff,
in September in order to ensure stability within the Department.

I pledge my full effort to a smooth transition that ensures the needs and interests of the 2.15 million Service Members and 732,079 DoD civilians receive undistracted attention of the Department at all times so that they can fulfill their critical, round-the-clock mission to protect the American people.

I very much appreciate this opportunity to serve the nation and our men and women in uniform.

James N. Mattis



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RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - by Vianova - 12-21-2018, 03:39 AM

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