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Yes all True & at a different point in time - possibly humorous......................but when our Country has No Competent Leadership at the Top - Either in the Whitehouse or in the Congress................these Career Government Officials who keep leaving are the only ones keeping the Government actually functioning  - the more of them we lose and the more Trump Cultists that are enshrined - the more those people manipulate our Government for their own Rewards..............and the bigger mess or worse for anyone coming into Government after Trump goes to Prison.............The US Government isn't like Banking - Banks can get too big to let fail.................Trump is shrinking all our Government Institutions and staffing what Remains with Loyalists and these people do not care if and when then the US Government fails because they are grabbing everything they can for themselves everyday until it does...................think Soviet Union   

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It's certain she's quite relieved and grateful that she won't have to be around for the trump border wall hallucination tour...

 

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All our Trump supporting posters should stay close to their phones.  Trump should be giving them a call anytime now.  He's draining the swamp and running out of people.

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Roberta Jacobson, highly regarded in Mexico and in U.S. diplomatic circles, is one of several high-profile State Department officials to announce their decision to leave in recent months.

 

Mexico is considered a particularly important ambassadorship because the country is one of United States’ largest trading partners. Because of Trump’s nasty relationship with the Mexican leadership, confirmation hearings for an incoming ambassador could be highly contentious.

 

As an example of how acrimonious ties have become: Just recently, President Enrique Peña Nieto of Mexico scrapped a planned visit to the United States, reportedly after a tense phone call with Trump in which the U.S. leader refused to publicly affirm Mexico’s position that it would not pay for a border wall.

 

Source - https://www.politico.com/story/2018/03/01/ambassador-mexico-roberta-jacobson-resign-432142?lo=ap_a1

 

 

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