Monday, August 7, 2017

Calls For McMaster To Be Fired Are Growing Louder And Here Is Why - Fusion Laced Illusions

Richard Manning of Fox News recently wrote an article where he asserts President Trump should fire National Security Adviser H. R. McMaster and the entire National Security Council, staff.
In mid-July, Political Mayhem reported on the leaked transcripts of phone calls President Trump had with the UK Prime Minister Theresa May and the Prime Minister of Australia. The Washington Post irresponsibly published annotated transcripts of conversations President Trump had with the Presidents of Mexico and Australia. The mainstream media news outlets who irresponsibly reported this leaked information cited a source that is on the National Security Council.
Now President Trump, whose administration suffered 125 leaks in the first 126 days faces a predicament where other world leaders may not trust having a phone conversation with President Trump. Those who are responsible for these leaks have damaged the security of the United States, and they should be held accountable, but unless National Security Adviser H. R. McMaster is the leaker, should he be fired?
General H.R. McMaster is an accomplished military man who has devoted his life to serving the United States of America. However, if he intends on keeping the trust of President Trump, Attorney General Jeff Sessions, and the American people, he needs to act prudently and expediently to find the leaker or leakers. This means that everyone on the National Security Council should have their security clearances revoked, and they should then be forced to reapply.


Calls For McMaster To Be Fired Are Growing Louder And Here Is Why - Fusion Laced Illusions