Despite his youth and lack of government experience, Donald Trump’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner, has amassed more power than anyone else in the White House. He has, in effect, become Trump’s prime minister.
Barack Obama issued a brief statement defending his signature domestic achievement, ObamaCare, during the recent brouhaha on Capitol Hill, but otherwise he’s been AWOL on Marlon Brando’s island in French Polynesia.
Experience tells us that when Hillary experiments with her hair style, she’s up to something big. She’s decided to seize the leadership of the Trump resistance movement and lay the groundwork for another run for the White House.
By firing Preet Bharara as the U.S. attorney for the Southern District of New York, the Trump White House created a new force in New York City politics, who might run for mayor as the candidate best suited to drain the city’s swamp.
For a while after Hillary’s defeat at the polls, it looked as though she allowed her closest confidante, Huma Abedin, to pursue a separate life from politics. But now that Hillary is planning to run again for the White House, she’s summoned the irreplaceable Huma back to her side.
As fanciful as it may seem to others, Hillary Clinton has plans to run again for president. Her first order of business, which she accomplished at the recent Democratic National committee meeting to choose a new party chair, is to defeat the forces of Bernie Sanders.
The mainstream media charges that Donald Trump’s young presidency is unique in the annals of presidential chaos and incompetence. But a different picture emerges if you compare Trump to the stumbles of previous presidents.
Wearing shades and a backwards hat, a vacationing Barack Obama looks like he’s chilling out. But appearances can be deceiving. Obama is planning to lead the liberal crusade against Donald Trump.