Worried that Trump’s “innermost White House circle would shrink from a loop to a straight line of mid-30s family members with scant governing experience: Jared and Ivanka,” Allen cautions readers that “Trump often talks about firing people when things go south and does not follow through on it. So it’s possible these conversations are his way of venting, and seeking reassurance.”
One “trusted adviser” who obviously can’t really be trusted allegedly told Allen that “there’s an internal argument for minimizing drama by cutting people out of the information flow rather than firing them. So the existing structure may get ‘one more college try.”
Allen’s sources pretend to know exactly what’s going on in the president’s mind, saying, “Trump feels ill-served by not just his staff but also by several of his Cabinet officials. Trump has two complaints about Cabinet members: Either they’re tooting their own horns too much, or they’re insufficiently effusive in praising him as a brilliant diplomat, etc.”
The report goes on the criticize several issues facing the Trump administration, including trade with China, prison reform and the new healthcare bill. You can see the list for yourself by clicking here.
But according to Allen, at least Trump has a friend in Secretary of State Rex Tillerson. Allen claims that he’s “one of the few top officials winning Trump’s praise” after “going on ‘Meet The Press’ this morning (taped yesterday in Texas) defending his boss.”
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