Chris Menahan

Former National Security Advisor Susan Rice said Sunday in the New York Times that President Trump “does more to undermine American national security than any foreign adversary.”

Rice attacked Trump for pulling out of Syria and reducing troops in Afghanistan in an hysterical op-ed titled, “The Threat in the White House”:

The president couldn’t care less about facts, intelligence, military analysis or the national interest. He refuses to take seriously the views of his advisers, announces decisions on impulse and disregards the consequences of his actions. In abandoning the role of a responsible commander in chief, Mr. Trump today does more to undermine American national security than any foreign adversary. Yet no Republican in Congress is willing to do more than bleat or tweet concerns.

Against this backdrop, Mr. Mattis’s resignation is even more worrisome. Even though his record was mixed, he provided desperately needed reassurance to our allies, an unabashed if private counterweight to the president’s worse instincts, and experience and stature too great for Mr. Bolton to ignore. His departure will leave the administration all but devoid of wise, principled leadership and the guts to check a president who consistently places politics and self-interest above national security.

Any time these people talk about “America’s interests” they mean the interests of the criminal establishment ruling over us like parasites.

President Trump poses a threat to their evil agenda.

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