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afisher--trump' inability to lead is glaring, and his inability to find and appoint intelligent, honorable, and able people magnifies his inability.  Anyone pledging loyalty to trump, immediately makes it known that he or she will put this idiot's agenda above what is best for America. The upshot of leaving these positions unfilled is a weakening of this country.  trump can blame as many people as he wants, but those with a brain know that the blame lies at trump's totally inept feet.  This man proves more everyday that he is extremely incapable of running this country--my God, he can't even control the running of his own mouth or hands.  Again, I must say that this man is a disgrace to human kind.

Gee, I miss having a real President!!
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   For those who don't read more that a couple of news sites, this one today is spot on.     It was posted at 6AM.     http://www.mcclatchydc.com/news/politics-government/white-house/article154052384.html

 

    The title of the article:  

Most top Pentagon jobs still empty as Trump insists on loyalty

...The problem isn’t that the Senate isn’t confirming Trump’s picks, but that dozens of national security posts still don’t have nominees. In the meantime, a skeleton crew of holdovers from the Obama administration and career civil servants are doing the day-to-day work at the Defense Department.

    

“It’s not as if these jobs are in fact vacant, but it’s the equivalent of a substitute teacher,” said Max Stier, who leads the Partnership for Public Service. “Since they are not perceived as having long-term authority, they don’t view their role as addressing those long-term issues and this leads to important decisions being kicked down the road.”

The same issue is mirrored at the State Department, which has eight confirmed appointees out of 120 positions to fill. With the vacancies there and at the Pentagon, policy roles are in limbo at a time when the U.S. faces challenges on multiple fronts, from the Islamic State to Russia, North Korea and China. Trump has filled two of the 16 top jobs at the Department of Homeland Security.

 

   Meanwhile, Donald goes on Fox to rant and of course blame others for holding up his Admin, when in fact it is his Admin and their own vetting and demands of loyality to him personally that is why so many are skittish.   

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