Steve Mnuchin - former Goldman Sachs partner, Clinton donor & Soros' money man. named trump's national finance chairman.
Richard Haas - CFR president & Trilateral commission member. Bush guy. Bilderberg attendee. advising trump on national security.
Jeff Sessions - votes yes on patriot act. votes yes on unconstitutional wiretapping (consistent with trump's views on the 4th amendment). named chairman of trump's national security committee.
Chris Christie - where to begin? you can kiss your privacy goodbye, expect a police state & forget about marijuana legalization.
and best for last...
trump has already mentioned him as being in charge of homeland security (wtf?), now this:
Donald Trump’s plan to deal with terrorism is a throwback to the George W. Bush era
During an interview with “Fox and Friends” on Wednesday, presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump gave a big hint about how we might expect him to wage the war on terror.
“We’ll figure it out, and we will get it going, but we have to be extremely careful,” he said in typical Trumpian fashion. Then he added the kicker: “I’m thinking about setting up a commission, perhaps headed by Rudy Giuliani, to take a very serious look at” terrorism.
Now, Trump is sometimes refreshingly right on foreign policy. For instance, he correctly critiques Hillary Clinton’s recklessly hawkish record, and he is the only presidential frontrunner of this cycle from either major party to point out that the F-35 program is an expensive failure.
Unfortunately, he’s right in the manner of a stopped clock.
trump is considering naming Rudy Giuliani as chief terrorism advisor. Rudy fucking Giuliani. http://www.ontheissues.org/Rudy_Giuliani.htm
the same guy who thinks the patriot act & Iraq/Afghanistan wars were "very, very good" for US.
the same guy who's primary plan for keeping America safe is to "go on the offense" & engage in a "long war".
the same guy who doesn't feel the president should need congressional approval to go to war. the neocon's neocon who thinks we should be bombing everyone @ the president's discretion.
the same guy who dropped the ball on 9/11 & is rumored to have prior knowledge?
Is this the guy that should be leading the committee taking a "very serious look at terrorism"?