"It's not mine", Pompeo said.
In the op-ed, the anonymous official argues that most executive branch staffers are "working to insulate their operations from his whims", as Mr. Trump's "impulsiveness results in half-baked, ill-informed and occasionally reckless decisions that have to be walked back".
"Speculation that The New York Times op-ed was written by me or my Principal Deputy is patently false". It's titillating to hear that Priebus dubbed the presidential bedroom "the devil's workshop" because of all the tweeting Trump does from there, but we already knew the president does that, too. None of them voted for a gutless, anonymous source to the failing New York Times.
Coats later issued his own denial, followed by Housing Secretary Ben Carson, Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin, budget director Mick Mulvaney and others; and with several prominent administration members delivering on-the-record denials, the focus could now fall on other senior aides to do the same, with questions raised about those who stay silent. It's amusing to contemplate if you're the kind of person who loves writing political fanfic inside their own heads. The lawmakers have contended that such documents would show wrongdoing on the part of Federal Bureau of Investigation and Justice Department officials.
It's probably not particularly reassuring that there's someone in the administration who is totally fine with, say, locking kids up in immigrant detention, but is absolutely furious with optics and elite political nonsense which doesn't affect the average person.
Apple's new 6.5-inch handset could be called the 'iPhone XS Max'
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"Nearly 62 million people voted for President Donald J. Trump in 2016, earning him 306 Electoral College votes - versus 232 for his opponent".
The Times published the column on Wednesday, saying it was by a senior official in the administration.
In the piece, titled "I Am Part of the Resistance Inside the Trump Administration", the writer - a senior White House official - claimed to be part of a larger group of officials actively working to save the administration from its volatile leader. "... We believe our first duty is to this country, and the president continues to act in a manner that is detrimental to the health of our republic", the anonymous individual writes.
"We fully recognise what is happening".
"I guess I can bring it right to the president next time", Conway said.
Bridge collapse leaves 5 dead and dozens trapped
It was the second major road collapse in Kolkata in recent years. "He had gone to visit relatives when the incident happened". One man at the site told reporters that they heard a loud sound in the evening and the power supply in the area had gone off.
Despite Sanders' use of the word "He" in her statement, the writer's gender and identity are not known.
A new book by Watergate journalist Bob Woodward, Fear: Trump in the White House, now claims that Donald Trump's aides say he has turned the White House into "Crazytown" and is a national security risk.
While she identified the author as a "he", the Times has not done so.
Given that much of the focus of the piece is on conduct in worldwide affairs, the spotlight will probably shine the brightest on the president's foreign policy team - in the Department of State, National Security Council and Department of Defense. "This coward should do the right thing and resign".
And there's the episode when the president's former chief economic advisor Gary Cohn called him a "professional liar" and was so alarmed by something he saw on Trump's desk-a draft letter that would have withdrawn the United States from a critical trade agreement with South Korea-that he removed it without telling the president.
McDonald's advertisement made by customers still hanging in restaurant 8 weeks later
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