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Newt Admits Trump will NOT “Drain the Swamp” in Washington – The Banking Wall Street Cabal Wins Again

Wednesday, December 21, 2016 17:04
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[ZurichTimes] The consummate Political Washington Insider Newt Gingrich is being vocal about Trump and his Cabinet Choices and other sensitive matters related to his Family and Financial Holdings. Perhaps Newt did not get selected for a Cabinet level position and is now firing some shots from the sidelines?

Below are some highlights from his recent interview on NPR;

[NPR] On whether Trump needs to be more transparent about his financial holdings

I think they’re going to have to find some system that convinces most reasonable people that they’re operating within bounds of integrity and bounds that prevent corruption and prevent misuse of power. …

On Gingrich’s suggestion that Trump could use the power of the pardon if anyone in his administration seemed to be violating conflict-of-interest laws or protocols

Who Can Settle Questions About Donald Trump’s Conflicts Of Interest?
The Constitution gives the president of the United States an extraordinarily wide grant of authority to use the power of the pardon. I’m not saying he should. I’m not saying he will. It also allows a president in a national security moment to say to somebody, “Go do X,” even if it’s technically against the law, and, “Here’s your pardon because I am ordering you as commander in chief to go do this.”

On Trump’s often-stated promise to “drain the swamp” in Washington

I’m told he now just disclaims that. He now says it was cute, but he doesn’t want to use it anymore. … I’d written what I thought was a very cute tweet about “the alligators are complaining,” and somebody wrote back and said they were tired of hearing this stuff. …

I’ve noticed on a couple of fronts, like people chanting “lock her up,” that he’s in a different role now and maybe he feels that as president, as the next president of the United States, that he should be marginally more dignified than talking about alligators in swamps. I personally have, as a sense of humor, like the alligator and swamp language. … I think it vividly illustrates the problem, because all the people in this city who are the alligators are going to hate the swamp being drained. And there’s going to be constant fighting over it. But, you know, he is my leader and if he decides to drop the swamp and the alligator, I will drop the swamp and the alligator.

On what Trump needs to do in his first 100 days to satisfy those who voted for him

Well, I think he needs to set a direction that allows people who are deeply opposed to Obamacare to realize it’s gradually going to be reformed and rethought. … I suspect that the opening 48 or 72 hours will have so many executive orders repealing Obama’s executive orders that the average conservative will be giddy with excitement.

Instead of Draining the Swamp – Trump Refilled It w/Alligators…

[ZurichTimes] And there you have it straight from an insider who is now sort of an outsider with the Trump Camp. One broken promise after another. A pardon for Hillary, Goldman Sachs Bankers as Economic Advisers, and no “Drain the Swamp” – then on what basis was he elected by the frustrated Conservatives? He has betrayed his base even before even taking office?

The best evidence we have found of a Banker Cabal again determining the Economics of this United States Corporation will be Goldman Sachs. Who is going to be Trump Chief Economic Advisor? None other than the former President of Goldman Sachs as in Goldman Sacks the Poor again – Gary Cohn.

[ZeroHedge] It appears that vampire squids are quite adaptable to living inside the swamp that Trump promised to be draining.Following the appointment of former Goldman partner Mnuchin as Treasury Secretary, NBC News reports that Goldman Sachs President and COO Gary Cohn has been selected as National Economic Council Director.

Trump’s Treasury secretary pick Steven Mnuchin and senior advisor Steve Bannon also worked at Goldman Sachs, which Trump repeatedly attacked on the campaign trail. As a reminder, Trump cited Goldman as evidence that corporate and financial interests have influence over politicians and criticized former opponent Ted Cruz for taking a loan from the firm.

It looks like Washington, DC will be run of our of Jew New York for this administration. No wonder Mrs. Trump had to intention of moving into the WhiteHouse and instead Ivanka and her Jewish Husband who owns 666 Fifth Avenue will be moving there and running the grand show and charade.

Any guesses on who the Real Presidency of the Trump Campaign is really for and about? Looks like Greater Zionist Israel is definitely on the Ivanka and Jared Presidency as they usher in Jerusalem as the Capital of Zionist Imposter Israel.

[Forbes]  The most compelling figure in this intrigue, however, wasn’t in Trump Tower. Jared Kushner was three blocks south, high up in his own skyscraper, at 666 Fifth Avenue, where he oversees his family’s Kushner Companies real estate empire. Trump’s son-in-law, dressed in an impeccably tailored gray suit, sitting on a brown leather couch in his impeccably neat office, displays the impeccably polite manners that won the 35-year-old a dizzying number of influential friends even before he had gained the ear, and trust, of the new leader of the free world.

[EndTimesDeception] Rabbinical Torah Jews believe that the Zionist state of Israel is illegitimate in the eyes of God and that it DOES NOT represent true Jews or Judaism.

They believe that the Zionists have illegitimately seized the name “Israel” and have no right to speak in the name of the Jewish people!

[TheGuardian] Israeli government ministers and political figures are pushing the US president-elect, Donald Trump, to quickly fulfill his campaign promise to overturn decades of US foreign policy and recognise Jerusalem as Israel’s capital and to move the US embassy from Tel Aviv.

Their calls came as one of Trump’s advisers on Israel and the Middle East, David Friedman, told the Jerusalem Post that Trump would follow through on his promise.

‘It was a campaign promise and there is every intention to keep it,” Friedman said. ‘We are going to see a very different relationship between America and Israelin a positive way.”

[ZurichTimes] There are promises that you tell the public to get elected, but once elected then there are the “real” promises that you have to keep and anything involving Zionist Imposter Israel better get done or else we will shout from the top of every skyscraper – “Anti-Semitism.”



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