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[Michael P. Ramirez]

It’s often a good business practice to replace someone when you have a replacement. Trump seems to me to have been following this with many of this appointments and “firings.” They aren’t really so much firings as delayed from the traditional clean sweep of a new administration. He left them in place until a replacement was lined up, with much of the focus on getting the appointments that were attracting opposition confirmed. At least, that’s how I’ve seen it.

Comey, though, is outside of that. Keeping him on for any period of time was not a good idea. I think The Donald knows that.

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5 Comments

  1. The shear audacity of the mendacity of the left is stupefying. How does any thinking person take them seriously? They have the mentality of pre schoolers, the emotional range of two year olds and the intelligence of an amoeba. Truly a waste of carbon.

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    • I don’t think any truly principled thinking person takes them seriously, unfortunately the people that vote for them are comfortable with it or are willing to put up with it for the sake of getting what they think benefits themselves.

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  2. Trump should simply say that Comey had to go because, had he refused to recommend indictments, Democrats in Congress would never believe him (as some have stated) and, given the leniency he provided Clinton, Republicans would never accepted it if he had recommended indictments.

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    • And not just Hillary. Did you see Ace of Spades revelation that Comey also gave Billy Boy a clean skate over the Rich pardons back in ’96. The man has been doing their laundry for over 20 years.

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