Trump and his national security issues are providing the entertainment press some fodder for stories while Obama skews and politicizes anything he can for his legacy. Both of these characters are embarrassments to the office of President and to our nation. Of course, we have to remember that Obama gutted our military leadership of capable and competent minds by taking control of every element of our military and intelligence gathering organizations. He placed old guys who are fossils when it comes to technology as in Clapper at the top while separating the really smart and capable brass effectively neutering our foreign services and human resources. Of course, Trump should question the integrity of the intel reports as we all have witnessed the politicization of the FBI and Mr. Comey as he reels in the wind of whatever Clinton or White pressure befalls him. Trump isn’t the sharpest blade in the drawer either so when a guy like that with an ego the size of Montana receives classified information that he cannot vet through independent and public sources, he naturally should question the veracity of the sources and the information.
He has to assume that until the hour he becomes Commander In Chief this little Obama character and his demoncratic party associates will screw up anything they touch and try to compromise everything Trump does. Folks, we take national security seriously however the actions and policies of this outgoing White House and all demoncratic party participants have made us aware that they do not and will do anything to undermine our once great nation.
Mick Mulvaney Trump’s Budget Chief
Unity Through Solutions likes Mick Mylvaney’s critical eye on the Federal Reserve and their decades of debasing our currency thus this makes this man a solid choice as new. Usher chief . He will run OMB and thus will be a major influencer in fiscal policy. He has given speeches on sound monetary policy and from what we know understands the issues that confront America relative to his new position .
Again President Elect Trump shows a willingness to add expertise to make America First and not beholden to progressives globalists and traitors to our national interests
The three examples below are easily verified . How ironic that this week Brian Williams and Hillary Clinton are leading the charge against Fake News. UnityThroughSolutions has a different name for FakeNews… lies.
Brian Williams admits creating Fake News
By Rachel Brody | Associate Editor Feb. 5, 2015, at 2:40 p.m.
The three examples below are easily verified . How ironic that this week Brian Williams and Hillary Clinton are leading the charge against Fake News.
NBC Nightly News anchor Brian Williams was forced to publicly apologize for repeatedly lying about a 2003 trip to Iraq, in which he claimed to have been aboard a helicopter that was hit by a rocket-propelled grenade. “I was instead in the following aircraft,” Williams said on NBC Wednesday night. “This was a bungled attempt by me to thank one special veteran, and by extension, our brave military men, and women.”
Crew members on the helicopter that actually suffered the hit 12 years ago discredited Williams’ lie, which the news anchor told most recently while covering a military tribute at a New York Rangers game on Friday. Speaking to Stars and Stripes, crew members saidWilliams was actually about an hour behind the three-helicopter formation that came under fire. “It was something personal for us that was kind of life-changing for me. I know how lucky I was to survive it,” said Lance Reynolds, the flight engineer whose aircraft was hit by two RPGs. “It felt like a personal experience that someone else wanted to participate in and didn’t deserve to participate in.”
David Zurawik at the Baltimore Sun called the situation “a nightmare” for NBC. “How could you expect anyone who served in the military to ever see this guy on screen again and not feel contempt?” he wrote. “How could you expect anyone to believe he or the broadcast he leads has any credibility?”
With his reputation, not to mention his job, at stake, why lie in the first place? Easy, saidJohn Hinderaker at Powerline: “Williams used the story to burnish his credentials as a reporter; as a war correspondent; as a man.” But Hinderaker went further, saying Williams’ lie grew out of “liberal guilt.” He reasoned that “Williams’s emotional need to portray himself (in his own mind, not just to outsiders) as someone who braved dangers, was shot at and nearly killed, was part of how he assuaged the guilt that came packaged with the hundreds of millions of dollars he has earned for doing, really, not much.”
Hillary Clinton Makes “Fake News”
updated 7:59 p.m. EDT, Tue March 25, 2008
(CNN) — Sen. Hillary Clinton said she “misspoke” last week when she gave a dramatic description of her arrival in Bosnia 12 years ago, recounting a landing under sniper fire.
Clinton was responding to a question Monday from the Philadelphia Daily News’ editorial board about video footage of the event that contradicted her assertion that her group “ran with our heads down” from the plane to avoid sniper fire at the Tuzla Air Base.
Tommy Vietor, a spokesman for rival Sen. Barack Obama’s campaign, said the Bosnia claim was part of “a growing list of instances in which Sen. Clinton has exaggerated her role in foreign and domestic policymaking.”
“I say a lot of things — millions of words a day — so if I misspoke, that was just a misstatement,” she said.
In a radio interview that aired Tuesday, Clinton said she wasn’t worried about the incident hurting her credibility.
Al Sharpton creates “FakeNews”
Updated 4:29 PM ET, Wed November 19, 2014
(CNN)Civil rights leader Al Sharpton sharply denounced an extensive New York Times report that he and his companies are subject to $4.5 million in current state and federal tax liens.
The relationship with China will change. Listen
as reported : Beware #possible #FakeNews Aljazerra
US President-elect Donald Trump has said the United States does not necessarily have to stick to its long-standing position that Taiwan is part of “one China,” questioning nearly four decades of policy in a move angering Beijing.
Trump’s comments on “Fox News Sunday” came after he prompted a diplomatic protest from China over his decision to accept a telephone call from Taiwan’s president on December 2.
“I fully understand the ‘one China’ policy, but I don’t know why we have to be bound by a ‘one China’ policy unless we make a deal with China having to do with other things, including trade,” Trump told Fox.
Trump’s call with President Tsai Ing-wen was the first such contact with Taiwan by a US president-elect or president since President Jimmy Carter switched diplomatic recognition from Taiwan to China in 1979, acknowledging Taiwan as part of “one China”.
Moral Courage is Needed in America Today, Now, and Forever More.
Rare is the man whom risks all for more than personal gain. JamesO’Keefe is one such man. Over the last year he has done as much as anyone to expose corruption in the Democratic Party machine. Trump knows him personally and many credit James with being an integral part of Trump’s Campaign success. So what now well sit back and enjoy James as he gives a review of the past years. Unity Through Solutions salutes James’s team.
As reported by the Washington Post
But as he moves rapidly toward assembling his roster of top advisers, Trump instead is pulling together a more orthodox GOP team than many expected, including a defense secretary nominee, retired Marine Gen. James Mattis, who has received solid marks from the party establishment ahead of his formal unveiling Monday.
The emerging Cabinet has gone a long way toward mollifying some of Trump’s Republican critics, and several of the picks — including the wife of the Senate majority leader as transportation secretary — are tailor-made to encourage cooperation between the administration and GOP leaders on Capitol Hill. The incoming team is preparing not only to implement longtime Republican goals — such as repealing the Affordable Care Act and cutting taxes — but also to push for Trump’s iconoclastic and controversial campaign promises on issues such as a border wall and trade.
But the group and the president-elect also hold conflicting views over key issues including Iran policy, Medicare and immigration, raising the risk of infighting and fractiousness both within the administration and with Congress.
Several of Trump’s early personnel picks were “more directly in your face, while others that have come forward since then are decidedly less so,” said Thomas E. Mann, a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution think tank in Washington. “At this point, I would say the Republican establishment that was so attacked by Trump during the campaign is doing pretty well in shaping his administration.”
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President-elect Donald Trump has chosen retired Marine Gen. James Mattis to head the Department of Defense, a move that could signal the incoming administration’s tougher positioning with nations such as Iran.
Trump made a surprise announcement of the expected appointment during a rally in Cincinnati on Thursday night, as the crowd cheered wildly.
“We are going to appoint Mad Dog Mattis as our secretary of defense,” Trump said theatrically.
He then added: “But we’re not announcing it ’til Monday, so don’t tell anyone — Mad Dog. He’s great. He is great.”
Americans who want to catch a glimpse of the next US Treasury Secretary need look no further than their local cinema.
Steven Mnuchin [pronounced mi-new-chin], who was confirmed as Donald Trump’s candidate Nov 29th , made his debut on the silver screen this month in Rules Don’t Apply.
The synopsis of the film, which sees an aspiring actress and an ambitious businessman’s lives changed in “unpredictable and incredible ways” has some parallels with Trump’s own journey to the White House.
Mnuchin the “actor” has a cameo role as a Merrill Lynch banker, but the 53-year-old is no stranger to Wall Street.
Following in the footsteps of his father Robert, he became a banker at Goldman Sachs in 1985 after studying at Yale.