Rumors: Trump’s Chief of Staff Reince Priebus next to go, aides already compiling replacement list of names

(BloodyRubbish) It’s been quite a week already after a couple major resignations took place in Washington.  There have been major leaks since Trump took office, and it’s been hard for his administration to find the remedy forplugging them.

Many pieces of secret information being reported on from the Whitehouse has astonished Trump — how is the liberal media finding out about closed-door conversations between the President and others?

Trump has said that Obama holdovers were the cause for some of the leaks. But, it appears as investigations go deeper down the rabbit hole that there are many individuals close to the President who can’t be trusted. How is he supposed to ‘make America great again’ when his own people are working against him?

As reported by the DailyCaller,

“It’s a disgrace that they leaked because it’s very much against our country,” Trump told Fox News Sunday, accusing “Obama people” in civil service positions for the leaks. “It’s a very dangerous thing for this country,” he added noting that these individuals were still being sought out and replaced.”

Aside from secret leaks, Obama holdovers have caused issues openly as well, with one very public instance being the firing of acting Attorney General Sally Yates for “betraying the Department of Justice“. Trump, being the intelligent leader he is, wants to get rid of these people and is sick of the length of time it’s taken to get things moving his way — in the right direction.

Trump has been vocal about Democrats obstructing his cabinet, preventing it from being in place — weeks into his presidency. But, I think the real question is — is it just the Democrats — and not also Establishment Republicans working behind the scenes against him?

Establishment Republicans and Democrats are one and the same. It’s a hard pill for many to swallow, but it’s the truth. The Republican party can’t be trusted — they are after all owned by the same people as the Democrats. There has been plenty of coverage lately about George Soros donating to countless Republicans that cannot be ignored.

As reported by WND,

“Everyone knows about the tens of millions of dollars various George Soros front groups poured into Hillary Clinton’s failed presidential efforts in 2016, but the Republicans he supported – from Republican House Speaker Paul Ryan and his predecessor, John Boehner, have received less attention.

Republican presidential candidate John Kasich was also a big recipient of Soros largesse – to the tune at least $202,700. That makes Soros one of the Kasich presidential campaign’s top funders.”

Democrats and Establishment Republicans are the same people

Candidate Trump received incredible amounts of support from voters for not just being a truthful outsider during his campaign, but also because of his status as being the most hated candidate by the Republican Establishment. These Republicans knew that if Trump was to ‘drain the swamp’, that they would be targeted — they are part of the problem in Washington.

What better to prove this point then the recent release of audio, secretly taped, showing Republicans freaking out about repealing Obamacare? These people are the textbook definition of RINO (Republican In Name Only). I think we will be hearing more of this term in the near future.

As reported by the WashingtonPost,

“Republican lawmakers aired sharp concerns about their party’s quick push to repeal the Affordable Care Act at a closed-door meeting Thursday, according to a recording of the session obtained by The Washington Post.

The recording reveals a GOP that appears to be filled with doubts about how to make good on a long-standing promise to get rid of Obamacare without explicit guidance from President Trump or his administration.”

What we are seeing is incredible amounts of corruption by Republicans. Recently, I reported that legendary conservative radio host Michael Savage claimed that he believes Trump doesn’t have people close to him with his best interests in mind, and it’s proving to be true.

So what has happened this week already? There was a resignation by Trump’s National Security Adviser, Michael Flynn. It’s also being reported by the FreeBeacon that “former Obama officials, loyalists waged [a] secret campaign to oust Flynn”. Now, Secret Service Director Joseph Clancy has also resigned.

Is Trump ‘draining the swamp’? The President was told weeks ago that Flynn wasn’t being truthful to him and Vice President Pence regarding Russia. Trump continues to be concerned about illegal leaks, this time regarding the details surrounding the resignation of Flynn.

FoxNews reports, “In the wake of Michael Flynn’s resignation as national security adviser, President Trump and Republican allies on Capitol Hill are turning their attention to the potentially “illegal” leaks that revealed Flynn’s politically fatal discussions with a Russian diplomat and other sensitive details from inside the administration”

Reports claim that Priebus is possibly going to be replaced

Trump’s Chief of Staff Reince Priebus has been said to be the next to go. The rumors don’t seem to be going away, either. Aides have supposedly already been making a list of possible new candidates for the Chief of Staff position.

Trump loyalists have hated the idea of Priebus being in the Trump administration since his name was floated months ago. Many believe he worked against Trump “during the primary and didn’t devote the RNC’s full get-out-the-vote resources in the final month, and that should disqualify Priebus from the chief-of-staff role.”

As reported by the DailyCaller,

“The Trump administration had a major staff shake-up Monday when Michael Flynn resigned as national security adviser and reports continue to suggest that White House chief of staff Reince Priebus might be the next man to go.

Politico reported Monday that several Trump campaign aides have started creating a list of possible new chief of staffs. The report came a day after Newsmax founder and Trump friend Christopher Ruddy said in an interview with The Washington Post that it’s his view that “Reince is the problem.”

Later the reporter backtracked on his comments, but was it due to being threatened? Only time will tell.

The only people Trump can trust are those who have never conspired against him, and that is a short list of individuals. If he surrounds himself with insiders, there will continue to be leaks. Many people believe Jeff Sessions and Steve Bannon have incredible amounts of power in Trump’s Whitehouse, and I would agree because he trusts them. We may continue seeing a game of musical chairs, but they will stay.

Let’s face it — the liberty vote won the Whitehouse. Trump knows that not all Republicans support him or the actual platform of the Republican party. This is something the liberty movement has known for years, and something Trump is sorting out. Not all Republicans are Republicans.

  • whydowanttoknow

    the problem is easily solved. never have more than two people in the room at one time when things are being discussed. if you didn’t cause the leak, then the other guy did.

  • Joe Blow

    So what? He will clean house till it smells good.