Democrats Are Deliberately Thwarting Trump From Performing Basic Foreign Policy Functions!
Democrats in the U.S. Senate are refusing to confirm President Trump's nominee to be the ambassador to Germany.
From The Daily Caller:
It’s been five months since President Trump first nominated Richard Grenell to be the United States’ ambassador to Germany, and yet Grenell is still waiting for the Senate to confirm him so he can start his job.
Refusing to confirm Grenell not only impedes America’s foreign policy interests—Germany is one of America’s most important allies—but impedes historical progress as well: if confirmed, Grenell would be the highest-ranking openly gay diplomat in American history.
The absence of American diplomatic leadership in Berlin is painfully obvious in light of two recent developments, Grenell’s backers say.
The New York Times reported earlier this week that American and Russian spies tried to negotiate a deal last year for damaging information on President Trump that the Russians claimed to have, although they provided no evidence. The CIA’s Berlin station ran the secret negotiations, which according to the Times report extended into early this year — while Grenell’s nomination was sitting before the Senate.
The CIA station chief in Berlin typically reports to the American ambassador to Germany — but for that to happen, there has to actually be an American ambassador to Germany. As details of the reported operation surface months after the fact, America still has no ambassador in Germany, whose citizens are no fans of American clandestine operations in their country.
Additionally, German Chancellor Angela Merkel is facing challenges to her leadership within her Christian Democratic Union party after making steep concessions with a center-left party in order to form a governing coalition. Even as Merkel’s leadership looks shaky, America’s top diplomatic post in Germany remains empty.
Tomi Lahren Calls Out The Democrats Refusing to Give Trump Credit!
Tomi Lahren hit the nail on the head when it comes to the Democrats and the way they handle the positive things Trump has accomplished while in office.
Lahren talks about how the Democrats find other things to talk about just to avoid giving President Trump credit.
Top Senate Democrat Has Been Exposed Texting Russian Oligarch!
Senator Mark Warner (D-VA) has been exposed texting a Russian oligarch to set up a meeting to obtain false information on President Trump.
According to a report Thursday, the top Democrat investigating the “Russia Narrative” was attempting to reach out to the lobbyist representing a Russian oligarch in an effort to secure a meeting with former MI6 agent Christopher Steele.
A FOX News report cited text messages it received from a Republican source on the Senate Intelligence Committee that Sen. Mark Warner (D-Va.) exchanged messages with lobbyist Adam Waldman early last year. It was clear from the messages that the ranking Democrat was working on his own, and was being careful to keep his actions secret.
Waldman, who has ties to both former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and to President Donald Trump’s former campaign chairman, Paul Manafort, was working for Oleg Deripraska. The Russian oligarch lost his U.S. visa over claims he was engaged in organized crime, which he denies, but was also reportedly in communications with Manafort, who promised access to the Trump administration.
Warner and Waldman’s communications were focused mainly on securing a meeting with Steele, author of the dossier on the president.
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Uh Oh! Democrats Just Thought Of Another Way To Remove President Trump!
Senator Gillibrand thinks President Trump should resign because of the sexual allegations against him.
From The Hill:
Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-N.Y.) said Sunday she believes Congress should hold President Trump accountable for the numerous allegations of sexual misconduct leveled against him.
"I think he should resign, and if he's unwilling to do that, which is what I assume, then Congress should hold him accountable. We're obligated to have hearings," Gillibrand said in an interview with CBS's "60 Minutes."
Gillibrand, who was among the first to call for former Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.) to resign due to sexual misconduct allegations, was also one of several Democratic senators who late last year said Trump should resign due to sexual misconduct allegations that surfaced during the 2016 presidential campaign.
If he did not resign, the senators and some of Trump's accusers said Congress should investigate the claims.
Read more @ (Link: thehill.com)