Certain Elements In Washington, DC & Tel Aviv Planned 9/11
The 9/11 terrorist attacks were not planned and directed from Afghanistan as President Donald Trump claims according to American scholar and journalist Dr. Kevin Barrett. Dr Barrett, a founding member of the Scientific Panel for the Investigation of […]
Coulter: Bannon Firing ‘Not Good News’ — ‘Trump Should’ve Hired Ten More Like Him’
Conservative commentator Ann Coulter is upset about Steve Bannon’s ouster and believes it “makes it appear that Trump is easily manipulable by the media.”
Bannon, a staunch conservative and supporter of Trump’s agenda, left his post as White House chief strategist Friday after months of media criticism. The former Breitbart executive kept a whiteboard in his wall that kept track of Trump’s campaign promises and was in a constant battle against moderates in the White House like Gary Cohn and Jared Kushner.
“This makes it appear that Trump is easily manipulable by the media,” Coulter told The Daily Caller Friday over email. “They just need to give all credit to any White House staffer they want to get rid of. I dread to think of who the media decide to get rid of next.”
President Trump has recently been upset about a book that heavily credits Bannon with Trump’s White House victory. He told a close confidant, “I hate it when people take credit for an election I won.”
Coulter wrote to the TheDC, “Trump is right that Bannon isn’t responsible for Trump’s win.”
“Of course, Trump won the nomination and the presidency of his own will! Bannon supported those issues and supported Trump at least as early as January 2016,” Coulter added. “Who else in the White House did? Most of the White House staff wasn’t on the Trump train until after the election.”
She went on to write: “Not good news. Instead of firing Bannon, because Trump had his nose out of joint about the media giving Bannon all credit for the victory, Trump should’ve hired ten more like him. Media heads would have exploded.”
Justice Turns Up the Heat on Hillary
Aug 2017 Wed 16,
Donald Trump’s troubles dealing with the fallout from the racial violence in Charlottesville, Va., may pale by comparison to the grief that is in store for his presidential opponent, Hillary Clinton.
Last week, I reported in “Ed Klein Confidential” that the Justice Department has reopened the investigation of Hillary’s mishandling of classified material on her private email system while she was secretary of state, and is considering offering her a plea bargain if she’ll agree to plead guilty to charges of breaking the law.
Since then, I’ve learned that the prosecutors at Justice also are planning to expand their investigation beyond Hillary’s emails to include the Clinton Foundation’s finances and Hillary’s pay to play relationships with foreign businessmen and governments.
I covered the evidence against Hillary in “Guilty as Sin.”
According to a Clinton attorney, all the files compiled by the FBI during its yearlong investigation of Hillary’s emails have been transferred from the J. Edgar Hoover FBI building to a secure area at the Justice Department.
In addition, prosecutors at Justice are demanding to see the Hillary emails that they believe the State Department withheld from the FBI.
In a conversation with Hillary, the attorney offered to meet with the prosecutors at Justice to