Sunday Talks: Larry Kudlow -vs- Swamp Guardian Wallace…

CTH cannot emphasize enough that the epicenter of all political motives and intents, as they directly relate to President Trump, comes down to money.  There are trillions at stake within the geopolitical economic system.  Everyone has a vested interest. Every player has a stake in the outcome. Washington DC, in its modern form cannot survive if the larger global economic policies of President Trump are successful.

In other countries the terms “bribery” and “corruption” are used to describe the exact same processes that Washington DC calls “lobbying”.  Underline this fundamental truism. Pin it on your bathroom mirror for a constant reminder. The framework under every domestic policy and legislative agenda initiative boils down to the economics.

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I’m going to post three or four Sunday interviews surrounding international trade, international finance, and global economics.  As you watch each of them, and contemplate the narrative therein, it is a.b.s.o.l.u.t.e.l.y critical to remember the multinational Wall Street financial agenda is to STOP Trump.

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83 Responses to Sunday Talks: Larry Kudlow -vs- Swamp Guardian Wallace…

  1. AmericaFirst says:

    Love that meme of President Trump holding the key to the Bank of the USA!

    Sundance, thank you, thank you, thank you, every day, for your steadfast efforts to inform people of the truth.

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    • YvonneMarie says:

      Yep.
      The Deep State (all) remind me of Wiley Coyote Super Genius.
      LOL !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    • Good Job! says:

      Trump could take the same effort.

      But doesn’t.

      Who advised him to ‘counterpunch” with “no collusion” rather than legal experts ridiculing the idea that submitting to Stormy’s extortion is a “campaign contribution” because Cohen fronted the money since he already blew out Trump’s retainer payments?

      The funniest thing about Giuliani yesterday is his claim real “prosecutors” won’t file a charge based on fishy campaign finance theories against the President. HAHAHAHAH It’s obviously coming–that.

      I anticipate with great excitement Trump’s future “no collusion” response the Mueller’s upcoming complaint on campaign contributions. Trump’s been out of touch for two years and anything he has planned is way too late.

      Trump agenda will be crippled for another two years–and he has himself to blame.

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    • stephenbaze says:

      Indeed Wallace the swamp guardian ! And they are many

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    • G. Combs says:

      “….President Trump holding the key to the Bank of the USA!”

      Yes, that is actually what the fight is all about.

      Go back to 1913 to 1917.

      The international Banksters made their move to enslave the American People via the CORRUPT and UNCONSTITUTIONAL privately owned central bank called the Federal Reserve. (It is NOT federal and it has NO reserves except We the People.)

      We lost control of the USA in 1913.

      1913 – EU banksters write and get passed the Federal Reserve Act. Note the first tried using the Republicans and when that did not work they used the Democrats.

      1913 – The Sixteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution allows Congress to levy an income tax without apportioning it among the states on the basis of population. It was ratified February 3, 1913.

      1913 – The Seventeenth Amendment to the United States Constitution established the popular election of United States Senators by the people of the states. The amendment supersedes Article I, §3, Clauses 1 and 2 of the Constitution, under which senators were elected by state legislatures. It was ratified April 8, 1913.
      ….

      In 1915 the Banksters and war material industry took control of the US media.
      Congressional Record, February 9, 1917 — J.P. Morgan interests buy 25 of America’s leading newspapers and insert their own editors

      In 1917 the Banksters took money stolen from the American People to FUND THE BOLSHEVIK REVOLUTION!

      Congressman McFadden’s Speech before the Attempts on His Life
      McFadden, a banker by trade, was a representative from Pennsylvania. He served from 1915 to 1935. In 1935, he was accused of being crazy, drummed out of congress and when he would not shut-up he was assassinated. (It took three tries.)

      “[…]”Mr. Chairman, we have in this Country one of the most corrupt institutions the world has ever known. I refer to the Federal Reserve Board and the Federal Reserve Banks, hereinafter called the Fed. The Fed has cheated the Government of these United States and the people of the United States out of enough money to pay the Nation’s debt….

      “This evil institution has impoverished and ruined the people of these United States, has bankrupted itself, and has practically bankrupted our Government…

      “Some people who think that the Federal Reserve Banks United States Government institutions. They are private monopolies which prey upon the people of these United States for the benefit of themselves and their foreign customers;…. there are those who send money into states to buy votes to control our legislatures; there are those who maintain International propaganda for the purpose of deceiving us into granting of new concessions which will permit them to cover up their past misdeeds and set again in motion their gigantic train of crime.

      “These twelve private credit monopolies were deceitfully and disloyally foisted upon this Country by the bankers who came here from Europe and repaid us our hospitality by undermining our American institutions. Those bankers took money out of this Country to finance Japan in a war against Russia. They created a reign of terror in Russia with our money in order to help that war along. They instigated the separate peace between Germany and Russia, and thus drove a wedge between the allies in World War. They financed Trotsky’s passage from New York to Russia so that he might assist in the destruction of the Russian Empire. They fomented and instigated the Russian Revolution, and placed a large fund of American dollars at Trotsky’s disposal in one of their branch banks in Sweden so that through him Russian homes might be thoroughly broken up and Russian children flung far and wide from their natural protectors. They have since begun breaking up of American homes and the dispersal of American children. “Mr. Chairman, there should be no partisanship in matters concerning banking and currency affairs in this Country, and I do not speak with any.

      “In 1912 the National Monetary Association, under the chairmanship of the late Senator Nelson W. Aldrich, made a report and presented a vicious bill called the National Reserve Association bill. This bill is usually spoken of as the Aldrich bill. Senator Aldrich did not write the Aldrich bill. He was the tool, if not the accomplice, of the European bankers who for nearly twenty years had been scheming to set up a central bank in this Country and who in 1912 has spent and were continuing to spend vast sums of money to accomplish their purpose.[…]”

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  2. Deplorable_Infidel says:

    “Washington DC, in its modern form cannot survive if the larger global economic policies of President Trump are successful.”

    We should hope and pray that he is successful. As well as doing what we can individually to help him succeed.

    1Timothy 2:1  I exhort therefore, that, first of all, supplications, prayers, intercessions, and giving of thanks, be made for all men; 
    1Ti 2:2  For kings, and for all that are in authority; that we may lead a quiet and peaceable life in all godliness and honesty. 
    1Ti 2:3  For this is good and acceptable in the sight of God our Saviour; 
    1Ti 2:4  Who will have all men to be saved, and to come unto the knowledge of the truth. 
    1Ti 2:5  For there is one God, and one mediator between God and men, the man Christ Jesus; 

    Nationalism is ordained of God, globalism is not.

    Genesis11:6  And the LORD said, Behold, the people is one, and they have all one language; and this they begin to do: and now nothing will be restrained from them, which they have imagined to do. 
    Gen 11:7  Go to, let us go down, and there confound their language, that they may not understand one another’s speech. 
    Gen 11:8  So the LORD scattered them abroad from thence upon the face of all the earth: and they left off to build the city. 
    Gen 11:9  Therefore is the name of it called Babel; because the LORD did there confound the language of all the earth: and from thence did the LORD scatter them abroad upon the face of all the earth. 

    Isaiah 14:12  How art thou fallen from heaven, O Lucifer, son of the morning! how art thou cut down to the ground, which didst weaken the nations! 

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  3. Leucotheahints says:

    Since America cranks out 30% of the planet’s GDP it tells us we have the demand and the money. They need the money.
    The world economy is stagnant. Don’t forget Germany was the worlds leading exporter till China passed them. Both have their budgets depending on our consumer demand.
    I can’t stand how Wallace uses his tone to insert his bias.

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    • sundance says:

      “The world economy is stagnant”.

      Yes, and you know why that is? …..Because President Trump has begun shutting the valve that exports American wealth to them.

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      • evergreen says:

        We ARE the economy of record precisely because we have a constitution guaranteeing personal liberty and property rights, a rule of law designed to protect the above, and a pioneering, “don’t tread on me” spirit that both erodes the collectivists’ bonds on and fertilizes personal initiative. American freedom and Christian goodwill ARE the reasons. Tank either of those, and it all tanks.

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      • Perfectly said, Sundance:
        Shutting the Valve that’s been Looting America.

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      • Guillermo Maguire says:

        I love and appreciate you Sundance….but, as an engineer, the Critical Path to MAGA is cleaning up the election process first, or at least simultaneously. The more effort on fair elections the better the chance for MAGA. A secure border is a close second. Without a fair process, our votes will be for not, and Trumps efforts too.

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        • GB Bari says:

          Those two issues are far from being mutually exclusive.
          They are in fact extremely close with maybe 75% overlap.
          But China’s trading policies with the U.S. and our neighboring countries also heavily impact both of those issues as well.

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        • Derek Hagen says:

          Absolutely. The GOPe want to lose so they can act righteous without doing anything or taking any chances. In other words, losers. Those Republicans who want to MAGA, are just as bad or worse, “Oh we tried but things just didn’t work out. Bye the way, isn’t it great that Mitt’s niece is running the RNC? Let’s elect another Paul Ryan, he was great. And isn’t Mitch a great supporter of the President?”

          No guts, no hutzpah anywhere that I can see. Even with those supposed “heroes” in congress.

          People need to get to work. Now.

          The President needs you.

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          • mimbler says:

            Plenty of guts and hutzpah, to defy the wishes of the voters that elected them.

            Our GOPe is far from gutless, they are shameless and working for their donors rather than us.

            The democrats appear to be more disciplined, but IMO, their platform is just more aligned with their donors (import consumers, and increase government spending), so they don’t have to go through the ridiculous subterfuges our rino’s do to pretend they are representing their voters.

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        • hdpman says:

          I seem to remember a PDJT tweet right before the election saying they were watching. Gave me hope since he still hasn’t lied to me yet. Maybe I am being to optimistic. I would really like to see some killer strikes.

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        • Dutchman says:

          So, “as an engineer”, HOW would you “drain the swamp”?
          Would you put on waders, and climb down into the muck, and start killing alligators, while watermoccasins slithered into your waders to bite, as pyrahna chewed holes in your wafers, one misstep could get you trapped in quicksand, and malaria carrying mosquitoes bit your neck?

          I should THINK, as an engineer, you would appreciate that to “drain the swamp”, you start by cutting off or diverting the WATER.

          Then, as you dredge channels to drain off the water, more water can’t come in to replace it. As the water level drops, all the creatures are exposed. Many leave, as the new environment is unhospitable to them. Those that are left begin turning on each other, fighting over the small pools of water left.
          Without the water, the mosquitoes can’t breed, the pyranha die, the water moccasins slither off, and yeah, you may in the end have to kill a few alligators, by rifle and while standing on firm, dry land.

          Don’t know what KIND of engineer you are, but THATS how you drain a swamp, and China and multinationals are the SOURCE, illicit wealth being exfiltrated out of our country is the water. Congresscritters, media, even deep state, are the creatures OF the swamp, courts are quicksand.

          “Its HARD to remember your goal was to drain the swamp, when your up to your *ss in alligators!”

          So, don’t put yourself in a position where you are up to your *ss in alligators!
          DON’T try to fight them on their home turf; you will lose, at least 9 times out of 10.

          Instead, fight smarter, not harder.

          Many calling for ‘return of rule of law’,
          Others say “media is the key”….others say “Education”, or “immigration”, or “election reform”.
          Still others say “there are SO MANY priority #1’s, its hopeless and we are too late!”

          Accomplishing a true shift in economic engines, from wall street to main street, will mean Congress will once again be working for US, instead of Wall street, cause we will be “where the $ is”.
          At that point, ALL these issues can be addressed, and without that shift, NONE of them can or will be addressed.

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          • evergreen says:

            The answer really starts in the church.

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            • Guillermo Maguire says:

              Too true. Trust in God is the most important foundational issue.

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            • G. Combs says:

              “The answer really starts in the church.”

              AND that is why LBJ MUZZLED the churches!
              (Please read the whole article and pass it on to your church)

              “Most churches in America have organized as “501c3 tax-exempt religious organizations.” This is a fairly recent trend that has only been going on for about fifty years. Churches were only added to section 501c3 of the tax code in 1954. We can thank Sen. Lyndon B. Johnson for that. Johnson was no ally of the church. As part of his political agenda, Johnson had it in mind to silence the church and eliminate the significant influence the church had always had on shaping “public policy.”

              Although Johnson proffered this as a “favor” to churches, the favor also came with strings attached (more like shackles). One need not look far to see the devastating effects 501c3 acceptance has had to the church, and the consequent restrictions placed upon any 501c3 church. 501c3 churches are prohibited from addressing, in any tangible way, the vital issues of the day…..” http://hushmoney.org/501c3-facts.htm

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          • Guillermo Maguire says:

            To the point…as an engineer…address the foundational issues. If you cant win an election due to an unfair and corrupt election process (and Broward County et al provide an perfect example) then spending gobs of money supporting good candidates is not going to work. As an engineer, a term that seems to bother you, I try to make sure the foundation is solid to build off of. If election and immigration are not solid, no amount of economic policy will ultimately create MAGA. I am not suggesting exclusive attention to these two matters, but this election has proved in these critical battlegrounds, our side is way behind. You cant drain the swamp unless you have fair elections, etc. And for what its worth, I have designed a storm water management system or two in my day.

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  4. Orville R. Bacher says:

    Chris Wallace-always shilling for the dirty money crowd.
    Trump alone in Washington, stands for the American Public, working people.
    The die is cast. Either the Washington Mob is exterminated or this nation is done.

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    • Caius Lowell says:

      I was thinking, “What think tanks exist that support the nationalist agenda?” You know, conservative or otherwise. The answer is, like, zero. I’ve been thinking about why, and the answer can only be that the economic incentives reward globalization and don’t reward nationalism.

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      • vikingmom says:

        Just as successful poverty alleviation programs would eventually work themselves out of existence, which is why there are so few of them!

        There is big money to be made from “helping” those in need and those at the top of the pyramid (UN, Clinton Global Initiative, Buffet, Soros, Gates, Congressional Black Caucus, La Raza, et.al) know it. They are experts at manipulating all the naive SJWs to march in the streets on behalf of their “causes” but the truth is, those in charge don’t give a da*n about anyone but themselves and they are laughing all the way to the bank.

        That is the network that is aligned against President Trump and all of the average hard-working law-abiding taxpayers who see their Ponzi scheme for what it is and are tired of footing the bill. Whichever side “wins” will determine the future of this country, plain and simple. Ronald Reagan saw it more than 50 years ago…Re-read his “Time for Choosing” speech and see how accurate he was!

        “You and I have a rendezvous with destiny. We will preserve for our children this, the last best hope of man on Earth, or we will sentence them to take the last step into a thousand years of darkness.” (October 27, 1964)

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      • GB Bari says:

        IMO that thinking – that there is money only in globalization- is fallacious.

        Question: How did America’s wealthy become wealthy before globalization began in the 1980s?

        Answer: They invested in American industries. They invested in technology, heavy industries, transportation, energy, raw material mining and harvesting, textiles, retailing, real estate and much more. All those industries were once well represented on Wall Street.

        There is no good reason that smart people cannot gain wealth by investing in America again, especially given the targeted reductions in both corporate taxes and rollback of unnecessary and prohibitive government regulations via EOs that President Trump has signed.

        Also, Main Street thrived along with a vast array of small and medium banks that serviced local businesses very well. So PDJTs efforts to create the alternate banking system that will once again be more responsive to Main Street is also a path to wealth for savvy investors in American entrepreneurs.

        But apparently the Wizards of Wall Street aren’t so smart, if they cannot change their investment strategies. They’re just too greedy.

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        • They are not nimble enough, they have grown lazy & greedy. The globalism game is a game of crushing through leverage, dominating, making money through control. There is little finesse.
          Hopefully enough of the old breed of financier are around and they will rise to the top, making money by visualizing a need or a niche or a better mousetrap and betting on success, making that success come true.

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          • G. Combs says:

            As I said above the destruction of the USA via the Federal Reserve and control of our media is over 100 years old. Destruction of our education system goes back even futher to John Dewey and his 1896 experiments funded by John D. Rockefeller.

            (Funny how it all happened in a three decade span…)

            Dumbing Down America
            “…The progressives were a new breed of educator that came on the scene around the turn of the century. These rejected the religion of the Bible and placed their new faith in science, evolution and psychology. Indeed, men like G. Stanley Hall, James McKeen Cattell, Charles Judd, James Earl Russell traveled to Germany to study the new psychology under Prof. Wilhelm Wundt at the University of Leipzig. It was these men who later imposed the new psychology on American education and transformed it permanently from its academic function to one dedicated to behavioral change.

            John Dewey got his education in the new psychology under G. Stanley Hall at John Hopkins University. In 1887, at the tender age of 28, Dewey felt that he knew enough about psychology to be able to write a textbook on the subject, entitled fittingly Psychology. In 1894, Dewey was appointed head of the department of philosophy, psychology and education at the University of Chicago which had been established two years earlier by a gift from John D. Rockefeller. In 1896, Dewey created his famous experimental Laboratory School where he could test the effects of the new psychology on real live children.

            Dewey’s philosophy had evolved from Hegelian idealism to socialist materialism, and the purpose of the school was to show how education could be changed to produce little socialists and collectivists instead of little capitalists and individualists. It was expected that these little socialists, when they became voting adults, would dutifully change the American economic system into a socialist one….”

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            • Socialism has & is causing profound damage to humankind, so much rot and distortion to people’s moral framework all because of a group who want to seize power & wealth by gulling the populace until they are enslaved. True Evil.

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        • Caius Lowell says:

          What you say is true for building wealth for the nation as a whole, which assumes that the people at the top are looking out for the people at the bottom — noblesse oblige if you will. The problem however is that the people at the top will only have $100M tops! If you want to be a billionaire, then you need globalization to mine money out of middle America. I don’t mean to sound like a socialist, but these great fortunes we see are amassed on the backs and broken dreams of America’s children. When I visit the Newport mansions, which are lovely, the same political economy dynamic underlies their construction — an arms race among the richest on the backs of their workers. Just watch Dubya’s eminence gris Cheney sell globalization — creepy ain’t it? https://youtu.be/Fb5O00tIKZ4?t=92

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    • Toenail says:

      Sadly Orville R. Bacher is exactly right.

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    • Sixtygunnah says:

      And,,,, kindred ilk Jonah Goldberg, Ben Shapiro, Bill Kristol, A. B. Stoddard (more unhinged by the day). Yes, I realize, I’ve left many out.

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  5. delighteddeplorable says:

    Good grief. If Christine Wallace clutched his pearls any tighter he’d strangle himself. Maybe next time.

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  6. jack says:

    Sundance, I sure hope your put a fire under some patriots in the FBI/DOJ/CIA who read your stuff! And motivate them to take action to help Trump and America get back on track.

    Keep firing away at the Globalists and uncovering the “lobbying” … I mean bribery and corruption in D.C. … 🙂

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    • Our President cannot do this alone. Maybe if a few hundred THOUSAND of us showed up in front of the FBI and DOJ buildings and demand changes, they might start to listen.

      If the citizens of France can do it, surely we can too! We are Americans after all (well at least the conservatives anyway).

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      • AH_C, Boofer says:

        Problem is that in France, practically everything is less than a day’s drive to Paris. About twice the size of Nevada.

        Easier to mobilize their x% out of their 66 million to travel 4 to 6 hours to Paris, than to mobilize x people to drive/bus 2 or 3 days to DC. That said, nearly all State Capitals are within 2 or 3 hours drive for most.

        Then again, conservatives work and down have time for protesting. I noticed that some of the demands by the yellow vests sound like “gimmedats”, mixed in with some demands for liberty and end to rapefugees. Considering their last revolution, I guess it’s somewhat an improvement as we watch the globalist tide turn. I’d like to se Le Pen win next time around.

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  7. john edward lorenz says:

    anti-Trump Wallace gives me more and more reason to avoid Fox.

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  8. Doppler says:

    From Kudlow we now hear that President Trump did not know about the Huawei CFO arrest, until late in the week. Who failed in their job? Whitaker at DOJ? Bolton at National Security Advisor, or Kelly at Chief of Staff. Maybe all of them.

    So what now? The perils of running the government via hostile agencies: you can’t rely on people to inform you about what you need to know, and can’t trust the DOJ not to be trying to trip you up into “obstructing justice” by interfering in matters that affect foreign relations.

    Guess President Trump has wisely not reacted publicly. Letting her out on bail likely would have alleviated the crisis, and will be taken up again, tomorrow. Holding on to her would give the US another chip in the final deal, but isn’t the President’s style. Freeing her undermines the Iran enforcement efforts, and gives the Resistance room to argue he’s obstructing justice on behalf of China.

    Here’s one hope: if this arrest was timed by some deep stater practicing #resistance, and there’s a digital record of that motive, that some piece of that record shows up on one or more of the surveillance records of targets of Huber investigations, or other intelligence agencies.

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  9. Doppler says:

    As to what should be done tomorrow? What about $1B bail? If she scoots, it is at some cost to China, but de-personalizes the leverage Trump has, turns it into a billion dollar economic issue, instead of holding someone’s daughter hostage. Makes her look guilty, too.

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  10. GaBoy says:

    Doppler echoed Sundance’s previous position that if someone in our President’s administration didn’t warn him in advance of the Chi dinner, about the Huawei arrest, that’s VERY Concerning.
    Bolton was on the news the day after the arrest stating that he (Bolton) knew of the arrest but wasn’t sure if the President knew. Sounds like Bolton was unfaithful at best & treasonous at worst.

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    • Concern Trolls abound. Meh.

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    • mimbler says:

      That would only be true if Bolton’s responsibilities included briefing the president on those kinds of matters.

      Everyone with knowledge of something can’t go running to the president with it. That is why organizations have reporting chains funneling upwards. It would be obvious by looking at the reporting charts, who dropped the ball. So PDJT would know who failed their duty to inform him.

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      • GB Bari says:

        Ordinarily I’d agree with your first sentence in the second paragraph. But this arrest is so closely tied to the China Trade negotiations that were taking place, it was a very risky error (IF it was in fact an error…) to not alert the President and his trade team of that fact.

        But I also don’t hold Bolton responsible since he wasn’t leading the case against Huawei nor the arrest effort. The notice to POTUS should have occurred through the proper chain of command. Bolton probably assumed that it did. Bolton had nothing to gain and everything to lose by deliberately withholding that information and causing POTUS to be overtly compromised and embarrassed if that issue was raised during his talk with Xi.

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        • Dutchman says:

          Kelly, as POTUS COS, either knew and didn’t tell POTUS, or didn’t know, and SHOULD have.

          Either way, its on him and is too important of an error, he should be out da door, and is!

          Agree on Bolton. Its also CoS job, to dilineate lines of authority, responsibility and communication.

          So again, Kelly.
          Bye bye, General, and thank you for your service.

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  11. jmuniz1 says:

    Chris Wallace has always been a leftist. Trust me he voted for Clinton.

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    • mimbler says:

      Or the lady left of Clinton (can’t think of her name at the present, the green party candidate).

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      • Dutchman says:

        WOW! You guys REALLY think so?
        Gee, I always thought of Fox as the ‘Conservative alternative’ to CNN, and all the other liberal bias news, and just assumed everyone there were Conservatives and Trump supporters.

        For SURE I figured Wallace voted for DJT, but you think he voted for Hillary, or Jill Stein, huh?
        ///////sssss

        For those of you who may not know, a way to indicate your post is sarcastic is to put /s at the end, and my post is MAJOR sarcastic.

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  12. Bill Hollinger says:

    Ha. I know better than to watch Wallace.

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  13. Michael in Dublin says:

    Three thousand years ago I wise man wrote:
    By justice a king gives a country stability, but those who are greedy for bribes tear it down. (Proverbs 29:4)

    These words have been proved true, again and again, through all of recorded history and in every country under the sun.

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  14. stablesort says:

    I don’t understand how the DOJ has the authority to conduct foreign affairs. Violating sanctions is a diplomatic offense, not a criminal one. The proper response is to bring pressure through diplomatic channels to those who will not honor our sanctions.

    Trump has learned how irrational the DOJ is and possibly how weak his own cabinet is that he was not aware of this arrest.

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