Trump Is At War
Make no mistake, the Trump Administration is now in all out war for its very survival.
Trump's main adversaries and leaders in fake news, the New York Times and CNN, in addition to the Washington establishment, are downright suggesting that Mr. Trump is a Russian spy.
- Trump Aides Spoke to Russian Intelligence
- Trump aides were in constant touch with senior Russian officials during campaign
High-level advisers close to then-presidential nominee Donald Trump were in constant communication during the campaign with Russians known to US intelligence, multiple current and former intelligence, law enforcement and administration officials tell CNN.
President-elect Trump and then-President Barack Obama were both briefed on details of the extensive communications between suspected Russian operatives and people associated with the Trump campaign and the Trump business, according to US officials familiar with the matter.
- ‘Trump lost loyal supporter in Flynn targeted for seeking better relations with Russia’
- US media reports of Trump links to Russian intelligence ‘laughable, cite no facts’ – Kremlin
- Michael Flynn has become a political target for a part of the US establishment rejecting any compromise with Russia, according to veteran journalist Ed Schultz who hosts 'News with Ed Schultz' on RT America.
Schultz also believes the resignation is a major blow for President Trump who has lost one of his most loyal advisors.
President Trump's National Security Advisor Michael Flynn resigned on Monday over accusations of talks with a Russian ambassador on “illegal” topics – namely sanctions. The Kremlin, however, denied any talks on lifting the restrictions with Flynn or any other US official.
So, there you go ladies and gentleman. It is now a crime to seek better relations with Russia.
Instead, we should all follow Senator McCain's example in an attempt to start WW 3 with our Russian counterparts.
In terms of the stock market, it is getting incredibly interesting. Again, Trump's Administration is at war for its very survival. Should they win, they overall economic agenda might make sense. Until that happens, the stock market might want to re-evaluate its conclusion on Trump's "phenomenal" tax cuts.