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Trump ‘will not implement those policies’ he promises: Ex-Homeland Security official tells evangelical voters

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President Donald Trump's former Homeland Security Assistant Secretary Elizabeth Neumann (Photo: Screen capture)

Former Homeland Security official Elizabeth Neumann notoriously resigned from her position after she witnessed political decisions being made about the COVID-19 pandemic over scientific ones.

After the announcement that former official Miles Taylor was the “Anonymous” author behind the New York Times op-ed and the book attacking President Donald Trump, Neumann said she wasn’t aware that “Anonymous” was Taylor. However, she said that the one thing they both have in common is their mutual focus on “the truth” that she said the American people deserve to know.

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Like Taylor, Neumann explained that the “adults” in the White House are largely gone and that there are few left willing to stand up to Trump.

“It’s really hard to lump everybody into one category. It very much depends on the topic that you are responsible for working, the agency that you are working,” said Neumann explaining the reason some haven’t spoken out. “I have no doubt that there are any number of people that are working on important defense, intelligence, law enforcement related things that are keeping us safe today, and I’m glad they’re still there, and if they spoke out, they would have to leave. So, I’m thankful that we do have servants that are willing to say, ‘I know that my reputation’s going to be damaged on the other side of this administration, but for the sake of our country, I’m here trying to keep people safe.'”

There’s another category of people, she said. Those have no reason to stay and they should be more willing to tell Americans about what they’ve seen than staying in Trump’s administration and talking to reporters anonymously.

“You know, the second term here is what has all of us so nervous — this president is about his ego,” she continued. “It is about his money, and he will have no constraints on the other side of this election. So, all of those — and I’ll appeal to Christians and conservatives who think that they’re voting for him for policy’s sake. He will not implement those policies that you think he is going to give you. He has no reason to. He is not going to be loyal to you. He’s going to be loyal to himself and do what he thinks is best.”

She said that for that reason Christians like her should look at his character, which she said he doesn’t have.

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Trump is ‘utterly bonkers’: Experts weigh in on bombshell WaPo deep-dive on Trump’s post-election meltdown

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Experts were shocked by the portrait of President Donald Trump in a bombshell new report.

Posted online by The Washington Post on Saturday night, the story was titled, "20 days of fantasy and failure: Inside Trump’s quest to overturn the election."

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The COVID-19 pandemic hit Colorado hard on Saturday.

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‘Trump endangered America’s democracy’: President’s delusion broken down in brutal WaPo analysis

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President Donald Trump's refusal to accept the fact that he lost the 2020 presidential election was the focus of a Washington Post deep-dive published online Saturday night.

The story, by Philip Rucker, Ashley Parker, Josh Dawsey and Amy Gardner, was titled, "20 days of fantasy and failure: Inside Trump’s quest to overturn the election."

"The facts were indisputable: President Trump had lost. But Trump refused to see it that way," the newspaper reported. "Sequestered in the White House and brooding out of public view after his election defeat, rageful and at times delirious in a torrent of private conversations, Trump was, in the telling of one close adviser, like 'Mad King George, muttering, ‘I won. I won. I won.'’"

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