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« on: June 06, 2017, 05:05:04 am »

President Donald Trump said Sunday that the United States needs to be "smart, vigilant and tough" after a terrorist attack rocked London. But the president's counter-terrorism strategy could be hindered by dozens of vacancies across the government, not least a permanent FBI director.

Top ranks at the State Department remain largely unfilled, as are some key ambassadorships. Trump has not named anyone to lead the Transportation Security Administration, which screens people at airports, or to run the Homeland Security office charged with protecting the country's physical and cyber infrastructure. His choice to lead the Federal Emergency Management Agency is awaiting Senate confirmation, but Trump has not named a deputy.

At the Justice Department, Trump has not nominated an assistant attorney general for the national security division.

And, perhaps most crucially, Trump has not yet named a permanent leader of the FBI, which plays a central role in combating domestic terrorism. The president has continued to interview candidates for the job nearly a month after he fired James Comey.

"This is a team sport," said Max Stier, the head of the nonpartisan Partnership for Public Service, which advised Trump's presidential transition on hiring. "It's critical to have a full team."

http://www.politico.com/story/2017/06/04/trump-london-terror-hiring-239120
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« Reply #1 on: June 06, 2017, 05:16:39 am »

President Donald Trump said Sunday that the United States needs to be "smart, vigilant and tough" after a terrorist attack rocked London. But the president's counter-terrorism strategy could be hindered by dozens of vacancies across the government, not least a permanent FBI director.

Top ranks at the State Department remain largely unfilled, as are some key ambassadorships. Trump has not named anyone to lead the Transportation Security Administration, which screens people at airports, or to run the Homeland Security office charged with protecting the country's physical and cyber infrastructure. His choice to lead the Federal Emergency Management Agency is awaiting Senate confirmation, but Trump has not named a deputy.

At the Justice Department, Trump has not nominated an assistant attorney general for the national security division.

And, perhaps most crucially, Trump has not yet named a permanent leader of the FBI, which plays a central role in combating domestic terrorism. The president has continued to interview candidates for the job nearly a month after he fired James Comey.

"This is a team sport," said Max Stier, the head of the nonpartisan Partnership for Public Service, which advised Trump's presidential transition on hiring. "It's critical to have a full team."

http://www.politico.com/story/2017/06/04/trump-london-terror-hiring-239120

Trump's sluggish hiring?   Or Chuckie Schumer obstructing Trump in every way imaginable?  Do you actually believe your own crap MrWuss? 
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« Reply #2 on: June 06, 2017, 05:22:05 am »

President Donald Trump said Sunday that the United States needs to be "smart, vigilant and tough" after a terrorist attack rocked London. But the president's counter-terrorism strategy could be hindered by dozens of vacancies across the government, not least a permanent FBI director.

Top ranks at the State Department remain largely unfilled, as are some key ambassadorships. Trump has not named anyone to lead the Transportation Security Administration, which screens people at airports, or to run the Homeland Security office charged with protecting the country's physical and cyber infrastructure. His choice to lead the Federal Emergency Management Agency is awaiting Senate confirmation, but Trump has not named a deputy.

At the Justice Department, Trump has not nominated an assistant attorney general for the national security division.

And, perhaps most crucially, Trump has not yet named a permanent leader of the FBI, which plays a central role in combating domestic terrorism. The president has continued to interview candidates for the job nearly a month after he fired James Comey.

"This is a team sport," said Max Stier, the head of the nonpartisan Partnership for Public Service, which advised Trump's presidential transition on hiring. "It's critical to have a full team."

http://www.politico.com/story/2017/06/04/trump-london-terror-hiring-239120

Trump's sluggish hiring?   Or Chuckie Schumer obstructing Trump in every way imaginable?  Do you actually believe your own crap MrWuss? 

But hiring has been slow across the board, bogged down by an overwhelmed personnel office and disagreements among aides. In some cases — especially at State, where Trump named a secretary and deputy secretary but left many other posts open — Cabinet secretaries are still mulling a reorganization that might do away with certain positions.

Trump announced in January that he planned to nominate Robert "Woody" Johnson, the owner of the New York Jets, as the U.S. ambassador to the United Kingdom, which has been hit by two deadly terrorist attacks in recent weeks. But Trump has yet to formally send Johnson's nomination to the Senate after more than four months in office.
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« Reply #3 on: June 06, 2017, 06:02:10 am »

Blocking Trump's travel bans could hamper anti-terror plans you libturd!
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« Reply #4 on: June 06, 2017, 02:05:41 pm »

Blocking Trump's travel bans could hamper anti-terror plans you libturd!

Here in America we have this thing called the Constitution. You should look it up some time!
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« Reply #5 on: June 07, 2017, 01:34:42 am »

It's pretty ironic that the JOBS JOBS JOBS president can't seem to hire anyone.....
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« Reply #6 on: June 07, 2017, 01:50:18 am »

Blocking Trump's travel bans could hamper anti-terror plans you libturd!

Here in America we have this thing called the Constitution. You should look it up some time!

That's why we have a Supreme Court missy.. where the travel bans are heading.. and the blocks will be removed! 
And once any of the following:  84 yr old Ginsburg, 81 year old Kennedy, or 79 year old Breyer retire or die.. say goodbye to most abortions.  Just think.. by the time Trump leaves office.. those 3 will be either  88, 85, and 83.. if one term of Trump..   OR  92, 89, and 87 if two terms! 
So.. I would suggest that breeders stop having abortions and go gay instead! 

Those 3 justices were so convinced that Slippery Hillary would win, that they stayed on.  They should have retired while Osama was still president so he could appoint replacements.  The "mysterious sudden death" of Scalia without the mandatory autopsy didn't manage to get them an Obama nominee. 
By the way, I don't like Gorsuch because he thinks that cops are infallible and protected 100%.  If a person gets killed by a cop.. Gorsuch blames the victim for getting their head in the way of the cop's bullet.
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« Reply #7 on: June 07, 2017, 02:11:44 am »

It's pretty ironic that the JOBS JOBS JOBS president can't seem to hire anyone.....

"I will be the greatest jobs president that god has ever created", Donald Trump. But, he's only willing to hire the super rich and oil/banking executives  laugh
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« Reply #8 on: June 07, 2017, 02:42:55 am »

It's pretty ironic that the JOBS JOBS JOBS president can't seem to hire anyone.....

"I will be the greatest jobs president that god has ever created", Donald Trump. But, he's only willing to hire the super rich and oil/banking executives  laugh

You nearly said something relevant by accident.
If you hire poor people.... you are at very high risk for those people to be bribed or coerced by money.  Even wealthy people such as the Clintons and Obama will pretty much say anything if paid enough money to do it. 
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« Reply #9 on: June 07, 2017, 02:55:31 am »

It's pretty ironic that the JOBS JOBS JOBS president can't seem to hire anyone.....

"I will be the greatest jobs president that god has ever created", Donald Trump. But, he's only willing to hire the super rich and oil/banking executives  laugh

You nearly said something relevant by accident.
If you hire poor people.... you are at very high risk for those people to be bribed or coerced by money.  Even wealthy people such as the Clintons and Obama will pretty much say anything if paid enough money to do it.  

I'm assuming you have statistics to back your claim? Or evidence? Of course you don't!
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« Reply #10 on: June 07, 2017, 03:54:50 am »

It's pretty ironic that the JOBS JOBS JOBS president can't seem to hire anyone.....

"I will be the greatest jobs president that god has ever created", Donald Trump. But, he's only willing to hire the super rich and oil/banking executives  laugh

You nearly said something relevant by accident.
If you hire poor people.... you are at very high risk for those people to be bribed or coerced by money.  Even wealthy people such as the Clintons and Obama will pretty much say anything if paid enough money to do it.  

I'm assuming you have statistics to back your claim? Or evidence? Of course you don't!

There are some things that are self-evident.. such as that you are a vagina. 
Obviously, it is far easier to bribe someone who has $10,000 in the bank than it is to bribe someone with a billion in the bank. 
That brings up another issue.. if someone is an activist, they are not going to have a lot of money unless they are corrupt, and they could easily be bought by someone like George Soros - who is insane and worth $25 billion.
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« Reply #11 on: June 07, 2017, 03:57:50 am »

It's pretty ironic that the JOBS JOBS JOBS president can't seem to hire anyone.....

"I will be the greatest jobs president that god has ever created", Donald Trump. But, he's only willing to hire the super rich and oil/banking executives  laugh

Where's your proof of that Sutieday?  Where's your notarized affidavits in triplicate signed by the pope and hermetically sealed in a mayonnaise jar or the porch of Funk & Wagnalls since noon today?  C'mon. we want PROOF. 
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« Reply #12 on: June 07, 2017, 04:09:36 am »

It's pretty ironic that the JOBS JOBS JOBS president can't seem to hire anyone.....

"I will be the greatest jobs president that god has ever created", Donald Trump. But, he's only willing to hire the super rich and oil/banking executives  laugh

You nearly said something relevant by accident.
If you hire poor people.... you are at very high risk for those people to be bribed or coerced by money.  Even wealthy people such as the Clintons and Obama will pretty much say anything if paid enough money to do it.  

I'm assuming you have statistics to back your claim? Or evidence? Of course you don't!

There are some things that are self-evident.. such as that you are a vagina. 
Obviously, it is far easier to bribe someone who has $10,000 in the bank than it is to bribe someone with a billion in the bank. 
That brings up another issue.. if someone is an activist, they are not going to have a lot of money unless they are corrupt, and they could easily be bought by someone like George Soros - who is insane and worth $25 billion.

I will not stoop to your level of name calling, this is "politics & debate" not politics & rhetoric.
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