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Republican strategist goes on epic rant about ‘assemblage of crooks’ and ‘outright weirdos’ working for Trump

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GOP strategist Steve Schmidt slammed Republicans who work for President Donald Trump in an epic rant on MSNBC’s Deadline: White House on Friday.

Anchor Nicolle Wallace, who served in the George W. Bush White House for six years, reported on staffer’s playing the game “icing” — which involves hiding Smirnoff Ice, which a discoverer must immediately drop to a knee and chug.

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“This story triggered me today, made me crazy,” Wallace admitted.

“Yeah, it’s not cute, it’s disgusting,” Schmidt charged. “The comportment of these people is shameful.”

“It’s just really a tragedy that we have tens of thousands of kids look at the President of the United States and they see a joke,” he observed. “You can’t watch the evening news with your children, because any different moment the newest porn star will be on explaining the relationship.”

Schmidt had no sympathy for Republican operatives who work for Trump.

“And from a personnel perspective, we’ve never quite seen the assemblage of crooks, just outright weirdos, wife beaters, drunk-drivers, complete and total incompetents that’s been assembled,” Schmidt charged. “If you took the ten greatest H.R. managers in the world and put them together and said we want to form a 1927 Yankees of incompetents, it’s not possible they would have done a better job than assembling this team and it’s not possible that this team could have let loose more chaos than they already have.”

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Here’s why Trump contradicted his own White House on the Supreme Court rulings

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Following the Supreme Court's pair of 7-2 decisions rejecting President Donald Trump's claim to have absolute immunity from subpoenas, he blasted the ruling on Twitter, claiming he being unfairly targeted and the victim of "prosecutorial misconduct." However, White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany released a statement saying that "President Trump is gratified by today’s decision."

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‘They deserve it’: Republican strategist tells GOP it’s their own fault for going down with Trump because ‘they know better’

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Republican strategist Susan del Percio said that there is no excuse for GOP members who failed to do the right thing and fight back against President Donald Trump when they had the opportunity.

Speaking to MSNBC's Joy Reid Thursday, del Percio called Trump "the anchor" around the GOP's necks, "dragging them down."

"But, you know what, they deserve it," she continued. "There are Republicans out there that deserve this because they know better. They should have been better on impeachment. They should have been holding him accountable all along. Now they are scared and worried about themselves. Well, boohoo, you brought it on. there's no excuse."

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Trump officials demanded the Army ‘dig for misconduct’ to justify firing Lt. Col. Vindman

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This week, Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman willingly left the Army after decades of honorable service. He cited a concerted campaign of "bullying" from the highest branches of power in the United States, and now more details are becoming known.

A New Yorker report revealed that top aides to President Donald Trump were told that they needed to find dirt on Vindman that could justify the firing of the decorated war hero.

"Vindman expected to go to the National War College this fall—a low-profile assignment—then take another foreign posting," the New Yorker reported. "But, in a final act of revenge, the White House recently made clear that Trump opposed Vindman’s promotion. Senior Administration officials told [Defense Secretary Mark] Esper and Ryan McCarthy, the Secretary of the Army, to dig for misconduct that would justify blocking Vindman’s promotion. They couldn’t find anything, multiple sources told me. Others in the military chain of command began to warn Vindman that he would never be deployable overseas again—despite his language skills and regional expertise."

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