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Buzz60In case you weren’t sure, Reince Priebus is very thankful that he works on behalf of President Trump’s agenda.
Skip in Skip x Embed x Share CLOSE Reince Priebus’ days as Chief of Staff might be coming to an end.
Is Reince Priebus… praying to Trump?
— James Fallows (@JamesFallows) June 12, 2017″We thank you for the opportunity and the blessing you’ve given us.”
“On behalf the entire senior staff around you, Mr. President, we thank you for the opportunity and the blessing you’ve given us to serve your agenda and the American people,” the White House chief of staff said.
Wyoming Town Hall Replaces Donald Trump Portrait With Photo Of Native American Chief
A Wyoming mayor’s decision to remove portraits of President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence from the town hall and replace them with a picture of a Native American chief has some community members up in arms.
“I’ve always found it a bit strange to have a portrait of the ‘supreme leader’ hanging in the town hall,” Stanford said.
“I think it’s an improvement.”Like Muldoon and Stanford, Vogelheim said he is “struggling” with some of Trump’s political stances, including on environmental issues and conservation measures.
He became the only Native American chief to be given a full military funeral upon his death in 1900.
Councilman Jim Stanford said hanging portraits of the president and vice president in town hall isn’t a longstanding tradition, and only began in the early 2000s.
John Oliver: Donald Trump A “Cocktail Of Insecurity, Horniness, And Malice”
The testimony got everybody’s attention, Oliver noted, when he kicked things off saying he had no doubt Trump fired him because of the FBI’s Russia investigation.
John Oliver opened Last Week Tonight with a look at sacked FBI Director James Comey’s testimony about President Donald Trump before the Senate Intel Committee during the week, and Trump’s reaction to same.
But the remark was just one of many times during his testimony in which Comey questioned the president’s credibility.
“He is is describing his meeting with the president like a person who thought he was about to be murdered,” Oliver observed.
While dramatic, that statement actually was not new or controversial, Oliver insisted, reminding Trump himself suggested as much in his interview about a month ago with NBC News’s Lester Holt.
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