The Trump Era Begins

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  1. Flint

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    I think it would be fun to make a list of people Trump should have in his new administration. Here is a list of possibilities below, but I think CF'ers should have their own favorites.

    DNR: Ted Nugent

    Office of Equal opportunity and Diversity: David Duke

    Secretary of Defense: Clint Eastwood

    Homeland security: Sheriff Joe Arpaio

    Press Secretary: Ann Coulter

    any others.......?

    Here is a conventional list.

    List of Potential Trump Cabinet Nominees:

    Attorney General:

    Gov. Chris Christie

    Attorney General Pam Bondi

    Sen. Jeff Sessions

    Former Mayor Rudy Giuliani

    Secretary of Commerce:

    Christie

    Former Nucor CEO Dan DiMicco

    Businessman Lew Eisenberg

    Former Gov. Mike Huckabee

    Sen. David Perdue

    Former Sen. Jim Talent

    Agriculture Secretary:

    Gov. Sam Brownback

    National Council of Farmer Cooperatives CEO Chuck Conner

    Gov. Dave Heineman

    Texas Agricultural Commissioner Sid Miller

    Former Georgia Gov. Sonny Perdue

    Secretary of Education:

    Ben Carson

    Hoover Institution fellow William Evers

    Secretary of Energy:

    Venture Capitalist Robert Grady

    Businessman Harold Hamm

    Secretary of Health and Human Services:

    Former New Jersey state Sen. Rich Bagger

    Ben Carson

    Newt Gingrich

    Gov. Rick Scott

    Secretary of Homeland Security:

    Christie

    Sheriff David Clarke

    Secretary of the Interior:

    Gov. Jan Brewer

    Gov. Mary Fallin

    Grady

    Hamm

    Oil Executive Forrest Lucas

    Rep. Cynthia Lummis

    Former Gov. Sarah Palin

    Secretary of Defense:

    Former Gen. Mike Flynn

    Stephen Hadley

    Rep. Duncan Hunter Jr.

    Sessions

    Former Sen. Jim Talent

    Secretary of State:

    John Bolton

    Sen. Bob Corker

    Gingrich

    Treasury Secretary:

    Rep. Jeb Hensarling

    Businessman Carl Icahn

    Banker Steven Mnuchin

    Chief of Staff:

    Reince Priebus

    Director of Office of Management and Budget:

    Sessions

    Secretary of Labor:

    EEOC Commissioner Victoria Lipnic

    Veterans Affairs:

    Rep. Jeff Miller

    White House Counsel:

    Donald McGahn
     
  2. Quiet Speed

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    Attorney General: Don Wassall

    Secretary of Educaton: Dr. Kevin MacDonald
     
  3. Westside

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    My picks:

    COS: Conway or rumors of Ivanka's husband Kusher.

    AG: Giulanani

    Sec of Commerce: DiMicco

    Sec of Agri,: Conner

    Sec of Ed.: Disband it.

    Sec of Energy: Palin

    Sec of HHS: Carson

    Home Land Sec. Clark

    Sec of Interior: Brewer

    Sec of Defense: Flynn

    Sec of State: Senator Sessions

    Sec of Treasury: Anyone with a proven record and a boni fide capitalist.

    Director of Office and Management: No clue

    Secretary of Labor: Proven private sector executive of a major corporation

    Veteran Affairs: Miller

    White House Counsel: Conway

    Press Sec: Conway, she would be perfect!
     
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  4. Thrashen

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    Trump is billed as a militant "racist," yet three black men (Ben Carson, Allen West, David Clarke) could easily be part of his presidential cabinet.

    All three are well-deserving of a position, as they've all been highly supportive of The Donald since the very beginning of his journey. Clarke is a Trump-supporting guest on Fox News and other networks nearly every night, West writes pro-Trump posts on twitter and his website every 5 minutes, and Carson was one of Trump's finest surrogates.

    Protestors have gathered outside while Donald is at the White House.
     
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  5. Extra Point

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    The suggestion that Trump appoint Ann Coulter as press secretary is absolutely inspired. I hope Trump does it. It would be a big screw you to the mainstream media.
     
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    A G - Trey Gowdy
     
  7. Riggins44

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    Yes, Ann Coulter as Press Secretary might cause Rachel Maddox and other commie vermin to slit their wrists.

    It's not a cabinet position, but I would like to see Judge Andrew Napolitano on the Supreme Court.

    The opportunity is here to give so many FUs to the left with these appointments, it is beautiful.
     
  8. Extra Point

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    When Trump appoints Supreme Court justices he should appoint relatively young people. That way they'll be in power a long time.
     
  9. Ambrose

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    Riggins wrote:

     
  10. Ambrose

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    Pat Buchanan, today wrote:

    “In victory, magnanimity!” said Winston Churchill.

    Donald Trump should be magnanimous and gracious toward those whom he defeated this week, but his first duty is to keep faith with those who put their faith in him.
    The protests, riots and violence that have attended his triumph in city after city should only serve to steel his resolve.

    As for promptings that he “reach out” and “reassure” those upset by his victory, and trim or temper his agenda to pacify them, Trump should reject the poisoned chalice. This is the same old con.

    Trump should take as models the Democrats FDR and LBJ.

    Franklin Roosevelt, who had savaged Herbert Hoover as a big spender, launched his own New Deal in his first 100 days.

    History now hails his initiative and resolve.

    Lyndon Johnson exploited his landslide over Barry Goldwater in 1964 to erect his Great Society in 1965: the Voting Rights Act, Medicare and Medicaid. He compromised on nothing, and got it all.

    Even those who turned on him for Vietnam still celebrate his domestic achievements.

    President Nixon’s great regret was that he did not bomb Hanoi and mine Haiphong in 1969 – instead of waiting until 1972 – and bring the Vietnam War to an earlier end and with fewer U.S. casualties.

    Nixon’s decision not to inflame the social and political crisis of the ’60s by rolling back the Great Society bought him nothing. He was rewarded with media-backed mass demonstrations in 1969 to break his presidency and bring about an American defeat in Vietnam.

    “Action this day!” was the scribbled command of Prime Minister Churchill on his notepads in World War II. This should be the motto of the first months of a Trump presidency.

    For the historic opportunity he and the Republican Party have been given by his stunning and unanticipated victory of Nov. 8 will not last long. His adversaries and enemies in politics and press are only temporarily dazed and reeling.

    This great opening should be exploited now.

    Few anticipated Tuesday morning what we would have today: a decapitated Democratic Party, with the Obamas and Clintons gone or going, Joe Biden with them, no national leader rising, and only the power of obstruction, of which the nation has had enough.

    The GOP, however, on Jan. 20, will control both Houses of Congress and the White House, with the real possibility of remaking the Supreme Court in the image of the late Justice Antonin Scalia.

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    Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and House Speaker Paul Ryan have indicated they are willing to work with President Trump.


    Read more at http://www.wnd.com/2016/11/memo-to-trump-exploit-your-win/#UBGMAKGQi5kuC1Pg.99


    There is nothing to prevent the new GOP from writing history.

    In his first months, Trump could put a seal on American politics as indelible as that left by Ronald Reagan.

    A partial agenda: First, he should ignore any importunings by President Obama to permit passage of the Trans-Pacific Partnership in a lame-duck session – and let the trade deal sink by year’s end.

    On Jan. 20, he should have vetted and ready to nominate to the high court a brilliant constitutionalist and strict constructionist.

    He should act to end interference with the Dakota Access pipeline and call on Congress to re-enact legislation, vetoed by Obama, to finish the Keystone XL pipeline. Then he should repeal all Obama regulations that unnecessarily restrict the production of the oil, gas and clean coal necessary to make America energy independent again.

    Folks in Pennsylvania, southeast Ohio, Kentucky and West Virginia should be shown, by executive action, that Trump is a man of his word. And when the mines open again, he should be there.

    He should order new actions to seal the southern border, start the wall and begin visible deportations of felons who are in the country illegally.

    Sign the precedent-setting petition supporting President-elect Trump’s call for an independent prosecutor to investigate Hillary Clinton!

    With a new education secretary, he should announce White House intent to work for repeal of Common Core and announce the introduction of legislation to put federal resources behind the charter schools that have proven to be a godsend to inner-city black children.

    He should propose an immediate tax cut for U.S. corporations, with $2 to $3 trillion in unrepatriated profits abroad, who will bring the money home and invest it in America, to the benefit of our economy and our Treasury.

    He should take the president’s phone and pen and begin the rewriting or repeal of every Obama executive order that does not comport with the national interest or political philosophy of the GOP.

    Trump should announce a date soon for repeal and replacement of Obamacare and introduction of his new tax-and-trade legislation to bring back manufacturing and create American jobs.

    Donald Trump said in his campaign that that this is America’s last chance. If we lose this one, he said, we lose the country.

    The president-elect should ignore his more cautious counselors and act with the urgency of his declared beliefs.


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  11. Flint

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    Trump is not, of course, explicitly racial in his thinking. What he is, is a supporter of the social constructs of traditional white societies. The rule of law, Enlightenment era philosophy, and English common law traditions. Rational, sane, hard working people of ALL races admire this approach to building a society. Even irrational people are attracted to it. So it is not unusual to see hard working, responsible blacks, hispanics, and others supportive of Trump. What they long for (as we all do) is some sort of return to America 1.0 where those values are practiced and supported.

    I would not mind at all living among non-white people that practiced the classic values of western societies. The problem is that any large collection of non-white people do not embrace classic western values and thus do not set up those kind of societies. However for those non-whites that do support our values, they can be welcomed into white majority societies. Unfortunately as western values fade away even in western societies, the belief that a good society can exist without those values has sprung up, and as we well know, it is not true.
     
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    I would prefer that President Trump pressure the NFL into making Mr. Wassall the Commissioner of the NFL or failing that put him in charge of the US Olympic team.

    Kevin MacDonald would make a good Ambassador to Israel. :devil-flip:
     
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    This thread is premature. The commie scum are trying to overthrow the vote and the kenyan and the hag have two months left to cause mischief.
     
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    Overthrow the vote?
     
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    According to the "(toilet) paper of record", the New York Times, Michigan has 100% reporting.

    What are they waiting for? Did it automatically trigger a recount? Why hasn't the GOP said anything about it?
     
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    Assuming there are not shenanigans, one of the things I'm interested in seeing is what NASA will look like. Will it be reverted back to a merit-based program or will affirmative-action and "diversity" still rule the day there?
     
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    Just heard that Pence has taken over the duties (from Chris Christie) in assembling the transition team. I wonder if "Bridge-gate" had anything to do with Trump's decision on that.
     
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    EXCLUSIVE: Huma breaks down and weeps openly as she returns to campaign headquarters where she and her aides ran doomed bid to elect Hillary Clinton

    • Hillary Clinton's closest aide Huma Abedin wept in the street as she approached the failed campaign's headquarters in Brooklyn
    • The FBI investigation into her pervert estranged husband Anthony Weiner is being cited as one of the reasons for her boss losing - it led to the Clinton email investigation being re-opened
    • It is unclear what Abedin, 40, will do now that her boss's political career is over; she has never worked for anyone else
    • Abedin made the phonecall to Trump's aide Kellyann Conway in which Clinton conceded to the President-elect - minutes after her cmapaign chairman had suggested there would be no concession
    • She declared her marriage to serial sexter Weiner over when he sent sexual picture of himself in bed alongside their son to a woman in her 40s - then DailyMail.com revealed his sexts to a girl, 15


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    Maybe she's worried about going to trial? Going to prison soon Huma? Don't worry, we all know the DEVIL made you do it.
     
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    Bring some Russian Cossacks here to work with our mounted police. The Cossacks will know how to clear the streets of communists and other rioters. You don't just sit there on your horse looking pretty so that they can pull its tail and stab it with knives, you gallop into the crowds with whips or sabers or guns, as the situation demands, and you also unleash the horses on recalcitrant criminals! That's how to clear the streets. Blocking public roads is a terrorist act.
     
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    The biggest problem with communists, is not that they want to be communists, but that they want and fight to make others who are not interested in joining their folly, into communists.
     
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    In Germany following WW1 the communists were extremely powerful and were on the verge of seizing power and they violently attacked all the peaceful national socialists meetings and that was the real origin of the "brown batallions", the "brown shirts". They were organized to defend against the communist thugs and murderers. Later on very many of the communists became fine honest people. Even the great Benito Mussolini was originally a communist.
     
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    It just so happens I was thinking about Pussy Riot the other day. With all the agitation by Soros goons, it’s inevitable that every tried and true trick by these knuckleheads will be employed. Well, according to this article, PR are on the scene. It’s a good article. Ironic that the Russian Cossacks have honored Trump as one of their own, remember how they throttled the Pussy Riot at the Sochi Winter Olympics.

    The Clintons And Soros Launch America's Purple Revolution
     
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    I expect Trump to quietly rid America of Glow-balls psychos like Soros and his many "charitable organizations" by legislation, by regulation, by stealth, and, if necessary, by hook.
     

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