Fox News’ Kimberely GUILFOYLEagrees that the US has already reduced its “admissions” enough:
So, we can keep doing what we’re doing. We can keep reducing our admissions. Why would we, in fact, put ourselves at an economic disadvantage, giving and subsidizing an economic windfall to other countries and sort of a climate redistribution of wealth scheme? It makes no sense to me.
… it was noted that the star either went of his meds completely or starting taking less once the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star started experiencing anxiety after her robbery that left her bound and gagged.
Why is it so hard for Jeff Sessions to say this: “Senators meet foreign diplomats all the the time. Establishment members are lying when they say they don’t meet with Russian diplomats. (And that includes Republican sleeper cells like Jason Chaffetz, Kevin McCarthy, Rob Portman and Barbara Comstock.)
These diplomats will try to curry favor with an erratic super power with nukes: the United States of America. Are you suggesting I’d betray America? Get out of my way. I have work to do.”
I know nothing about Jeff Sessions, except that he appears very frightened and not terribly sharp. He could be the opposite of those. The sharks smell fear. Like President Trump, moreover, Sessions’ pronouns are often missing a subject. His jumbled speech did nothing to bolster a weak, apologetic stance on the Russophobia gripping the DC complex.
The chummy tweet Press Secretary Sean Spicer shot to his awful predecessor, Josh Earnest, is the only bad thing in an otherwise spectacular first press conference. With his vigor, energy and focus, Spicer’s boss, POTUS Trump, puts 20-year-olds to shame.