Donald Trump has put plans on ice to fire Attorney General Jeff Sessions or move him to Homeland Security to crush the probe into his Russian ties. His mind might have been changed by his new Chief of Staff John Kelly.
Or Trump might have decided to go after the special counsel Robert Mueller directly or members of his team by using blackmail etc as the evidence against him mounts.
Jared Kushner, Ivanka Trump and Steve Bannon are also going to report directly to Kelly from now on. When this trio is removed altogether, it will be a good sign.
There has been so much showmanship from Trump and his co conspirators . We wait to see whether Kelly will make substantial changes far beyond the firing of a mere communications director for bad language.
I hope Sessions starts a probe into Hillary Clinton’s emails and cash for favours scam as well. Just how dangerous organized crime has become to the USA has been shown by the way the George Soros and Trump factions have started to work together with Jared Kushner as a key link figure.
Soros was one of the main actors in the Ebola false flag in 2014 along with Obama. He revealed weaknesses in US biosecurity defences which, so this blog argues, enemies of the USA, specifically Russia, seem to be seeking to exploit with the help of Trump.
The Russian TV journalists brazenly and repeatedly asked me last year when they came to interview me on biological warfare in Larisa whether I thought the FBI was prepared. That made me wonder.
If Russia noticed, the USA had to rely on my blog to lug gaps and defend itself against a covert biological terrorist attack in 2014 orchestrated by George Soros, then it is to be assumed other countries noticed, too.
From the Daily Mail
President Donald Trump has no plans to move Attorney General Jeff Sessions to Homeland Security, the White House said Monday.
‘There are no conversations about any cabinet members moving in any capacity, and the president has 100 percent confidence in all members of his cabinet,’ White House Press Secretary Sarah Hucakbee Sanders said.
Trump and Sessions appeared to be on better footing on Monday morning at a cabinet meeting, where Sessions sat across from the president.
The White House said Monday afternoon that all senior aides – including Donald Trump’s family members – will report to new chief of staff John Kelly.
The move marks a change in the West Wing, where first daughter Ivanka Trump, her husband Jared Kushner, chief strategist Steve Bannon and other top officials have all enjoyed Oval Office walk-in privileges and direct access to the president.
‘General Kelly has the full authority to operate within the White House and all staff will report to him,’ press secretary Sarah Sanders said Monday during a late afternoon press briefing.
Asked if that included Kushner, Bannon and other heavy hitters, she replied: ‘That includes everybody at the White House.’