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White House Shakeup Coming Again, This Time in Slow Motion

To make a great omelette, you have to crack a few eggs.

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To say that President Trump has been on the receiving end of political pettiness over the course of his two years in office would be an understatement worthy of rebuke.

In fact, President Trump has been overseeing one of the most tumultuous and tense times in American political history, all thanks to the radicalization of the liberal left, and the downplaying of this cacophony by the liberally-controlled corporate media.

As such, the President has had to keep his eyes in the figurative tall grass, to watch for the slithering of snakes on their way into and out of the DC Swamp.  This has led to a number of massive staff changes, including a shakeup that is occurring as we speak…even if it does appear to be occurring in slow motion.

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President Donald Trump is still looking for a new United Nations ambassador. He has no deputy national security adviser. His attorney general and Environmental Protection Agency administrator are serving in acting capacities, and his constant badmouthing of his chief of staff and secretary of Homeland Security has undermined their authority.

The president once openly signaled a plan to revamp his Cabinet and staff after the midterm elections, calling it a “very customary” act — and his aides acknowledged that big changes might be coming. But while he demanded the resignation of Attorney General Jeff Sessions the day after last month’s midterm elections, the once-breathless anticipation of his next personnel move has stretched into a long and awkward waiting game.

Of course, some of this trouble comes from a congress that appears wholly unwilling to assist the President with his agenda.

The result is an administration in a holding pattern. Trump has offered almost nothing in the way of a legislative vision for 2019 beyond approval of a new trade deal and vague references to infrastructure. His only clear priority is enforcing border security. The White House has even sent mixed signals about its desire to fight for a criminal justice reform bill that Trump’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner, played a key role in shaping.

Will 2019 be a time of rampant change for the Trump administration, or will the Commander in Chief pull the trigger on these changes before the Christmas holiday?

With only half of his first term behind him, Donald Trump should have plenty of time to continue making his American omelette great again…even if he does have to crack a few eggs along the way.

 

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