beardmcdoug wrote:As someone who was (and relatively still is) going to keep an open mind about the Trump administration... there's no denying that these cabinet choices have been pretty.... disappointing, to say the least, and I don't think even the strongest Trump supporters would disagree. Still, nobody has *done* anything yet, no policy activity, no interactions on the world stage, so its still "wait and see" for me... would love to be surprised. No doubt, I'll be one to criticize the actual moves, but they haven't happened yet, so time needs to do its thing for me.
SDBucs wrote:Trump wanted Carl in his administration on day 3 of his campaign - June 18, 2015.
Trump has for long promised to fill his advisors and cabinet members with successful CEOs & Generals.
For when the post comes
Sean Spicer, Trump’s incoming White House press secretary, on Friday downplayed such concerns, however.
“[T]here’s not going to be [an arms race] because he is going to ensure that other countries get the message he is not going to sit back and allow that,” he reportedly said on NBC’s “Today.”
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