Reince Priebus Discusses White House Communications Changes…

Former RNC head and current White House Chief-of-Staff, Reince Priebus, discusses the communications team change at the White House today.  Anthony Scaramucci becomes Communications Director, Sarah Huckabee becomes White House Press Secretary and Sean Spicer leaves the White House.

Considering the abject failure of Reince to reign in his GOPe tribe’s attacks against President Trump, the countdown clock toward Lord Priebus’s exit appears to have begun.

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127 Responses to Reince Priebus Discusses White House Communications Changes…

  1. reggiemeezer says:

    He & his fellow leakers need to go ASAP!

    Liked by 17 people

  2. BobBoxBody says:

    The thing about Trump that is very clear, is that he always gives everyone enough rope to hang themselves with. He has given everyone a chance to come to Jesus and get with the program of Making America Great Again. Now when the gavel comes down he’ll hold the moral high ground. Make no mistake, EVERYBODY has his back, regardless of what the media says. It’s always darkest before dawn. We ARE going to do this!

    Liked by 35 people

    • DelilahFL says:

      Yes!!! He always gives the status quo it’s stance (even though he know it will probably be lame…). He gives them their shot. Then he does what he feels is right. The RHINOS have been completely feckless and impotent for years. They are used to being ‘controlled opposition’ to the leftist/globalists for 30 years. They complained that they don’t have the House, the Senate, the Presidency… blah, blah, blah. Now they do. And now we see who they are. Thank you PDJT for Red-Pilling the electorate for exactly who the politicians and MSM are. Now take the gloves off…

      Liked by 31 people

    • Indeed. And let’s not forget that the President has a keen sense of timing. I think he will do a lot of draining while the creatures are out of swamp (DC) next month. During a recess he has the authority to make certain appointments bypassing Congress.

      If you are so inclined, please join me in increased prayers for our President: morning, noon, evening, and night.

      Liked by 35 people

      • Grandma Covfefe says:

        I’m with you in prayer for our President Trump.

        Liked by 10 people

      • Sylvia Avery says:

        Right there with you.

        Liked by 5 people

      • suejeanne1 says:

        Interesting . . . President Trump made a clear and specific suggestion that members of Congress should not be going on their recess until something gets done about Health Care. Okay, you want to go on your lard butt recesses? Then Plan B. See ya! I am feeling very disrespectful of Republican Senators and Congress Critters and very grateful to hear President Trump reminding all of them of their promises re needing the House, Senate, Presidency – it was wonderful to hear him, so plain-spoken. God bless you, President Trump! You are in many prayers, all day long!

        Liked by 16 people

        • setup2100 says:

          Good point, want to disrespect our POTUS if you are a PUBBIE, go on recess. They only work 152 days a year or something like that a high paying part time job with HUGE benefits at best. Go on recess and expect to face it when you get back after your district beats you up for doing nothing for 152 days a year. Because of a possible violence watch the scumbags quit holding town hall meetings because they did not want to get their arse kicked. They found a EXCUSE not to face their district and watch these scumbags use it to its full potential.

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        • The great thing about POTUS is that he does not act like a King. He doesn’t act as if he is reigning over a royal kingdom, he just watches to see how everyone is doing. Then, when anyone threatens to get out of bounds, POTUS reins in the jumpy perp, gently pulling on the reins.

          When the weather gets bad, does our POTUS fret? Nope, no amount of rain bothers him a bit, he just sallies forth into the weather, with a happy smile on his face.

          Liked by 2 people

      • filia.aurea says:

        I’m all in.

        Liked by 2 people

    • be says:

      Hit the nail on the head.
      The whole globalist one world, money grubbing bunch are trying to demoralize all things Trump, Take our joy. Joy God gives us.
      That will not happen.

      Liked by 10 people

    • teaforall says:

      🙂 MAGA

      Liked by 1 person

    • fred2w says:

      Very true. He gave China a chance to rein in Kim Un but they refused. So here comes the trade war.

      Similarly, the RINO hunt begins in earnest since they won’t respect the will of We the People.

      Liked by 4 people

  3. Snow White says:

    Let’s hope someone else who can put the fear of God in GOPe takes his place.

    Liked by 7 people

  4. usayes says:

    We need more pitchforks in the “photo” above!

    Liked by 14 people

    • usayes says:

      My apologies to SD here and those treepers with steelier reserves – I let my cold anger at the Deep State go hot (pitchforks) for a moment.

      Liked by 5 people

      • Will Janoschka says:

        It is likely that this will come down to pitchforks! I hab many finely honed pitchforks. For jew ‘my special friend’, a really good price on large lots.

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  5. WeThePeople2016 says:

    Priebus looked and acted nervous in this interview. He seemed unsettled. I wonder if he is concerned that he is next.

    Liked by 5 people

  6. distracted2 says:

    I agree. And I say good riddance.

    Liked by 3 people

  7. RedBallExpress says:

    Reince always seemed a mate to Deborah Wasserman Schultz. Probably the same tribe.

    Liked by 11 people

  8. Sloth1963 says:

    I always thought Reince was a weird fit. It just seemed like he was doing an adequate job so he didn’t lose cred instead of being awesome ’cause he was down with the struggle. I’m sure the GOPe will find use for him even if it’s oppo research on Trump.

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    • DelilahFL says:

      Yeah sloth, weird. Kind of a weak guy. Not really a good fit… But Sun Tzu tells ya to keep your enemies close and learn from them… Trump’s had 6 months of schooling.. Time to drain the swamp !!! 😉

      Liked by 5 people

  9. shannynae says:

    Which person is Sundance in the above picture? I kinda think it’s the guy out front with the beard, wearing black. 😜

    Liked by 3 people

  10. Donna in Oregon says:

    I don’t know about this one. Will defer to Treepers on this. I remember writing to the RNC demanding that Priebus be removed because of his treatment of then candidate Donald Trump. After President Trump won the nomination, Priebus wandered over. IDK what is in his heart.

    I believe in redemption; however, I think there is so much money at stake for the Swamp critters they cannot control themselves. Also, murders have occurred. Most on the Democrats side, but still, that is Swamp territory.

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    • WSB says:

      Please inderstand that PT needed to navigate a mine field in order to become President. He went through 3 phases to get there: Concept Design, Schematic Design and Design Development.

      PT needed swamp creatures to be successful in order to set up shop. We all knew that. Now that he has a footing, this is probably Phase IV. In his business, Contract Documents. This is where the rubber hits the road, and everything is executed.

      We will see.

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    • JMC says:

      PDJT always gave Reince credit for helping to get him elected and praised him highly. Until the Pres. decides otherwise, I’ll stick with his choice.

      Liked by 1 person

  11. Big Jake says:

    Never had any use for that weasel Priebus.

    Liked by 1 person

    • BigMamaTEA says:

      And he’s the same little pip-squeak little bastid that you think he is, when you’re in an audience with him. He cry’s like a little girl, then backstabs when you turn around.

      Liked by 3 people

        • WSB says:

          Touché, Puddy!

          Liked by 1 person

        • Grandma Covfefe says:

          Ooooh! Boy-ee-O! Looks like he hasn’t grown up yet.

          I hope he miss and punch the daylights out of himself.

          Liked by 1 person

        • MVW says:

          Thank you for the perfect illustration of a Trump administration theme. Take Scaramucci. Personally, he is a heavyweight. Big feet stepping into new shoes, but he could step into any shoes and the feet would dominate. Go down the list of those in Trump’s cabinet and it is the same thing, to the person.

          Now look at the yapping nobodies in the shallow press briefing pool. A pack of little yappers whose strategy is to nip at one heel incessantly. This is not a press briefing because of who is populating it.

          Scaramucci maybe the press dog whisperer, and that will help, but there needs to be a change in who gets into the briefing room. How many Russia narrative yappers is needed? How many Trump haters in a room is needed?

          And the little porch dogs all think they are big, look at the puffed chests, they live in an imaginary world of their own make believe.

          Get the broom and mop. Populate the room with real journalists, not with networks faces.

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        • duchess01 says:

          * Straps self to chair to prevent falling over laughing * Oh, Ad rem – that settles that!

          Any questions? Didn’t think so…lol

          Liked by 1 person

  12. If Reince was doing a good job he should have been able to bring his best friend Paul Ryan along on the Trump Train by now. Instead Ryan is still arrogantly spouting programs with “Better Way” attached to them while refusing to advance the Trump agenda or assist in any way with swamp draining.
    In other words, I think Reince is a failure and pretty attached to swamp ways and privileges himself.

    Liked by 11 people

    • Deb says:

      I think Reince and Trump both found out that the establishment think of Reince as a useful idiot. Reince really did work hard during the election and was on the opposite side of the establishment. Trump tried to reward him, but he just isn’t up to the task.

      Liked by 10 people

      • uvaldegirl says:

        I’d like to think Reince came on board as a supporter and not an attacker. But yep, he’s failed to bring along the toxic Paul Ryan.

        Liked by 1 person

        • Summer says:

          The question is whether it is possible at all to bring along “the toxic Paul Ryan.” You overestimate the value of “friendship” in the Swamp.

          The available options:

          1. Blackmail Paul Ryan
          2. Bribe Paul Ryan
          3. Appeal to Paul Ryan’s High Moral Principles
          4. Make Paul Ryan an offer he can’t refuse
          5. Persuade Paul Ryan that everything he has done prior to the conversation was wrong and that he should abandon his dreams of the world domination, say NO to Donahue and refuse the generous donations.
          6. Poison.

          Liked by 7 people

      • WSB says:

        The US Chamber of Commerce.

        Liked by 2 people

        • suejeanne1 says:

          It has been a revelation to me about the US Chamber of Commerce in recent years. I grew up thinking of the Chamber of Commerce as an all-American for America proposition. Where I grew up, your parents, your playmates parents were in Jaycees – they had the carnival ever year – then of course, the C of C mixers and openings of new businesses in town and perhaps the “business district” participating in an annual “Moonlight Madness” where all the stores were open late (when normally, everybody rolled up the sidewalks after 5 – oh, and stores used to be closed on Sundays).

          So, you would naturally think that the big mothership of the Chamber of Commerce, the United States Chamber of Commerce, would be for the little guys all across America, helping communities to be prosperous, robust and constantly spinning out new businesses, new opportunities.

          When did the United States Chamber of Commerce get taken over, transmogrified, messed up? Was it always thus and I (and millions of other Americans) did not know that they were working against their own supposedly core principles/agenda?

          Did it all go adrift under the leadership of Tom Donahue? Is it all like a shell that you THINK is an old-time American company but you buy one of their vacuum cleaners and the buttons are impossible, the thing is made in China and something that was a winner is now a loser.

          It would make an interesting book – maybe someone else has already written one?
          My Mom calls the entire bunch representing us in Congress “the House Un-American Activities Committee, Part 2”

          Is it because – in part – they are being influenced by an Un-American “United States Chamber of Commerce”?

          Liked by 7 people

          • JMC says:

            A former good HS friend of mine, with whom I reconnected in 2014 at our 50th HS reunion, is a conservative who bought the CoC line and was a close reader of “principled conservative” NR and WS. I think he has a better understanding now of what is going on, but he totally missed the point of DJT’s candidacy at the time and still falls backwards.

            Liked by 1 person

          • WSB says:

            You said it! A US CoC tell-all would make a great book…maybe at least a thread to crowd source some of the players and pinnings.

            You would find a lot of international illegalities. Clinton Cash delved into some of this.

            Liked by 1 person

    • distracted2 says:

      Yes! And members of Congress were using that phrase again this week in interviews. I could not believe it. They actually think we will accept their “Better Way”. I have news for them…

      Liked by 10 people

      • Texian says:

        It reveals their handlers are aging, they are stuck in a 20th century mindset. They think slogans still work on the deplorables.. the jig is up on that old worn out routine. As a rule, whatever pithy slogan they call a bill or program, you can count on it doing just the opposite..

        Liked by 8 people

      • chbailey says:

        Really. News flash to Congress…their better way has already been bested! We voted in the BEST of the best way already…POTUS Trump.

        Liked by 2 people

      • G. Combs says:

        “Better Way” = “Third Way” = FASCISM

        See link

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    • auscitizenmom says:

      If Reince was doing a good job, I think the leaks from the WH would have stopped immediately. And. They. Didn’t.

      Liked by 3 people

  13. JoD says:

    The latest WAPO BS hit piece on Sessions, (discussing the campaign with fat boy Kislyak), said it came from a phone call made by Chubby that was surveilled. Another obvious “leak” of classified info. Cernovich tweeted that the leak came from McMaster and McCabe.
    What the Hell is going on out here?
    Meanwhile, SD said that there is no middle ground, either we Win or we lose.
    I can assume what the lose looks like. What about the Win?

    Liked by 1 person

  14. Publius Covfefe says:

    President Trump did well by getting Prebuis from the RNC leadership and to give him a chance to r deem himself; he has utterly failed. Outcome is that Prebius has no further use to POTUS and POTUS has someone more to his liking and supportive at RNC. Fire the likely leaker and weasel and then take the gloves off and smash the Rino filth. His rally next week should be quite revealing.

    Liked by 4 people

  15. 4sure says:

    Bring in Rudy as COS or Jim DeMint. Both 100 times smarter than Priebus.

    Liked by 2 people

  16. fleporeblog says:

    I think Reince’s future is directly tied to the Healthcare bill. If the bill is passed and signed into law, Reince gets to stay. If it fails, Reince will resign. We will know his faith in the next two weeks.

    Liked by 14 people

    • wheatietoo says:

      I think so too, Fle.

      I’m also thinking that Pres Trump may think he needs Rinse for the upcoming Midterm Elections…to help get primary challengers in place against the Anti-Trump Reps and Senators.

      Even though I never liked Rinse, he seems to have been helpful and useful to our President.

      So I am not so sure that his departure is eminent.
      Have to wait and see.

      Liked by 7 people

      • Sylvia Avery says:

        He may end up “repurposed” in some way to a different job in the Administration. He has never seemed tough enough to me to be the COS, because I keep thinking about Rahm Emanuel who is evil personified. But we’ll see.

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      • filia.aurea says:

        Rinse managing RNC money didn’t work during the campaign, he withheld money from POTUS and piled it on uniparty incumbents. This is their preservation tactic. According to Politico “Priebus, …. has so far given little autonomy to his successor, Ronna Romney McDaniel, with one senior Republican operative close to the White House saying Priebus’ control over the RNC is “total and complete.”
        How does he find the the time when COS done properly is a 24×7 job.

        Liked by 1 person

        • wheatietoo says:

          How can we trust what Politico says…they hate us and they hate our President.

          I’m not defending Priebus, but come on…an unnamed ‘source’?

          Liked by 5 people

        • suejeanne1 says:

          I don’t understand how the new head of the RNC is so great – isn’t she more of the same excuse-making machine? I mean, my Mom received a letter from her – talking about how there are all these college professors telling the young people how to think . . .

          the bottom line seemed to be that the RNC needs massive infusions of cash to somehow counteract all of these college professors influencing the younger voters – sheesh – that’s been going for a long, long time!

          My mom was on to that 40 years ago! (“what is this tripe . . . college professors . . . what else is new . . . we have the House, Senate and the Presidency but we can’t do anything if we don’t do something about the college professors . . . who is this person? something Romney something”)

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          • filia.aurea says:

            They’re not getting a dime from me. Reince is still running the show. My money’s going directly to R’s that challenge incumbents.

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    • Sylvia Avery says:

      Flep, I feel like I am stalking you so I apologize for that. But you have your finger on the pulse of the Health Care legislative process. Here’s a link to the Hill (I know) that says now the Senate parliamentarian is claiming a lot of the proposal will require 60 votes.

      http://thehill.com/policy/healthcare/343234-parliamentarian-deals-setback-to-gop-healthcare-bill

      Liked by 3 people

      • shannynae says:

        I stalk Fle all the time. I learn a lot. 😊

        Liked by 2 people

      • MVW says:

        The 60 vote agreement between RepubliRats and DhimmiRats is decorum. There is no decorum from the DhimmiRats. Dhimmi’s have gone nuclear by going 100% obstruction by full on Red Tape.

        RepubliRats need to be called on their head in sand, full on denial of 100% loss of decorum from their party partnership.

        Anyone think Dhimmi’s would stand for what they themselves are doing? Not on your life. And that is where we are, fighting for our life and the life of our country.

        Liked by 2 people

      • fleporeblog says:

        Never! We are a PDJT loving TEAM!

        Liked by 1 person

      • Guy-Blanc Déploré says:

        IIRC, the parliamentarian can be overruled by the Senate president (or pres. pro temp.), which would mean Pence or Orrin Hatch. This smacks of game playing/kabuki theater by the UniParty & parlim.

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  17. Archie says:

    Funny, a lot of you are saying Rinse should be bringing the GOP into line with the Trump agenda. The Trump and UniParty agenda will never overlap and Rinse would have zero influence on bringing that about. Rinse was probably brought on to help Trump learn the ropes and to help run the day-to-day White House.

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  18. Tommy Tunes says:

    Spicer was to edgy

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  19. As always, I trust President Trump to know exactly what he’s doing when it comes to personnel. Regardless of all the yays and nays concerning Priebus in this thread, Trump sees the man pretty much every day, and as a result, knows Reince infinitely better than any commentator on this page.

    Trump has been hiring-and-firing for years. Knowing which person to have in which job and for how long is a rare skill. You don’t get to Donald Trump’s position without having that skill.

    Keep Priebus. Fire Priebus. I don’t care. Donald Trump is a multi-billionaire and President of the United States. He has an uncanny knack for doing the right thing at the right moment. People who second-guess, backseat-drive & try to micromanage President Trump are wasting their own and everybody else’s time.

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  20. skeinster says:

    My kid pnoned me from work, wondering if this was a thing- I said “No, honey, it’s not the beginning of the end of the Trump presidency. Tell your FB friends to dial it back.”

    Don’t need to tell Treepers how this was spun…

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  21. BMG says:

    Priebus ouster has been talked already for a few months, guy is still there and the legislative agenda is nowhere. Health care stalled, nominations stalled, what the heck?

    Reince just does not have it, weak face, dull eyes, goofy smile. EPIC FAIL. The Peter Principle in full glory.

    What is POTUS waiting for?

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  22. Sunshine says:

    See at mark 0:39 – Priebus swallowing – His Adam’s Apple bulge. This is a clear sign of discomfort.

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