Saturday, March 17, 2018

Another one bites the dust...

"There is no chaos, everyone wants to work at the White House !"

That was Donald Trump on Monday.

In the 413 days of his presidency (and I use the term loosely)
A lot of people have disappeared from the White House.

Now with the dismissal of Andrew McCabe, another one bites the dust!

Below is a partial list of all those who are no longer around ( courtesy of Rachel Maddow )

Cabinet: HHS Secretary Tom Price, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson

West Wing: Chief of Staff Reince Priebus, Deputy Chief of Staff Katie Walsh, Deputy Chief of Staff Rick Dearborn, National Economic Council Director Gary Cohn, Director of Public Liaison George Sifakis, Office of Public Liaison Communications Director Omarosa Manigault, Staff Secretary Rob Porter, Deputy Assistant to the President Sean Cairncross, Chief Usher Angella Reid, Assistant to the President Reed Cordish, Personal Assistant to the President John McEntee Deputy Chief of Staff Jim Carroll (who’s leaving his post to become the “drug czar”)

White House Communications: Press Secretary Sean Spicer, Assistant Press Secretary Michael Short, Communications Director #1 Mike Dubke, Communications Director #2 Anthony Scaramucci, Communications Director #3 Hope Hicks, Rapid Response Director Andy Hemming, Speechwriter David Sorensen, Senior Communications Official Josh Raffel

National Security team: National Security Advisor Michael Flynn, Deputy National Security Advisor K.T. McFarland, Deputy National Security Advisor Dina Powell, Advisor to the National Security Council Monica Crowley, Director for intelligence programs at the National Security Council Ezra Cohen-Watnick, Deputy Chief of Staff at the National Security Council Tera Dahl, Director Of Strategic Planning at the National Security Council Rich Higgins, NSC Middle East Advisor Derek Harvey, U.S. diplomat overseeing North Korea policy Joseph Yun, Senior Advisor to the Defense Secretary Sally Donnelly, Homeland Security Deputy Secretary Elaine Duke

The self-identified “nationalist” wing: Chief White House Strategist Steve Bannon, National Security Aide Sebastian Gorka

Justice Department: Acting U.S. Attorney General Sally Yates, FBI Director James Comey, Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe, Principal Deputy Assistant Attorney General Mary McCord, FBI Assistant Director Mike Kortan, Justice Department’s Counterintelligence and Export Control Section chief David Laufman, Associate Attorney General Rachel Brand, dozens of U.S. Attorneys

Office of the Vice President: Chief of Staff Josh Pitcock, Press Secretary Marc Lotter, Chief Counsel Mark Paoletta, Domestic Policy Director Daris Meeks

A cavalcade of others that includes CDC Director Brenda Fitzgerald, National Economic Council Deputy Director Jeremy Katz, Domestic Policy Council Deputy Director Paul Winfree; Director of Office of Government Ethics Walter Shaub, Department of Energy Office of Indian Energy Director William Bradford, Department of Homeland Security Faith-Based Director Jamie Johnson, Corporation for National and Community Service Chief of External Affairs Carl Higbie, Office of Drug Control Policy Deputy Chief of Staff Taylor Weyeneth, Trump legal team spokesperson Mark Corallo, EPA Office of Science and Technology Director Elizabeth Southerland, State Department Counselor Maliz Beams, State Department Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs Thomas Shannon, Ambassador to Panama John Feeley, Ambassador to Mexico Roberta Jacobson, National Economic Council adviser George David Banks, Federal Railroad Administration’s acting chief Heath Hall, U.S. Forest Service Chief Tony Tooke, and Carl Icahn, who served as a special adviser to the president on regulatory reform.

So, a lot less people working for us. Us being the citizens of the country.
Remember this is why we pay taxes. It's actually not just so Donald can go to his golf club and play golf all the time.

Rumor has it ( or maybe it's Alex Jones ) when Obama was in office, Christianity was under attack and we couldn't even say Merry Christmas
Everyone was getting abortions whether they were pregnant or not. Men, woman and children!
They came and took all the guns which is a little did they pull off all those mass shootings then?
Oh right...guns don't kill  people.

Maybe it was all because there were just too many people working for the government.

So perhaps Donald and his immediate family is just what we need.

No governing, no experience  no plan.

Ya, that should work out just fine...

Oh and if I were you Jeff Sessions I'd watch my back.

The clock is ticking...

Have a wonderful weekend!

Noodle and crew


  1. Hari OM
    ...and d'ya think he was really joking about the Chinese president having a good idea about taking permanent office...8~P Yeech... YAM xx

  2. Sessions, McMaster, Kelly, Shulkin, Carson - who'll be next?

  3. Dang, that's some list Noodle, cats need to take over!

  4. Musical chairs in high places. That's just what we need. Oh, and no ambassadors to some of the most unsettled regions.

  5. I wonder when our comander in chief will bite the dust. I sure got my finger cross he doesn't make it a second term...I just wish he would just get bored and leave the office.
    Coffee is on

  6. Yeah, things are crazy and kind of getting a little scary. The clown's gotta go!

  7. The very idea that one of the most important jobs in the world could be done by someone with ABSOLUTELY ZERO EXPERIENCE was ludicrous, right from the start.

  8. I didn't realize how many had been let go, I knew it was a lot, but not that many. You look so cute :) XO

  9. WOW I didn't realize it was so many! Scary--and I love that you used the word cavalcade--a word that is seldom used but so lovely!

  10. Ain't gonna be anybuddy left pretty soon, Noodle. We can only hope.

  11. It is very simple. We have a dictator and dictators eventually take away all personal freedom in order to keep EVERYTHING under their control. Beware, America. Freedom of speech, freedom of the press, personal freedom of choosing your friends, your mate, your vocation, all are under scrutiny by this administration. He is a madman.

  12. My Mom predicted today that Stormy is going to be Trump's karma........she is interviewing with Anderson Cooper next week. My mother seems to think that soon we will watch Trump being taken away in handcuffs, we can only hope catchatwithcarenandcody

  13. noodle...frum a catz stand point; if we waz paid
    $ 908,306,169,463,256,487,739,156 dollarz
    and 18 centz.....a month.....we still wood knot werk
    at de white houz.....thiz izza manee wayz


  14. Lovely pic, Noodles!

    Get rid of those stupid humans and put cats in charge!

    Purrs xx
    Athena and Marie

  15. The list of the Trump's chaos firings and resignations is long. The McCabe firing just hours before he retired is the meanest petty one yet. The list of bad acts lengthens nearly every day.

    We wonder where the tipping point among the Republicans comes... We susect it is approaching. The sooner the better.