Trump-ster Fire: ‘Amigo’ Rick Perry Out, Mick Mulvaney Swears He Didn’t Say What He Said

Trump-ster Fire: ‘Amigo’ Rick Perry Out, Mick Mulvaney Swears He Didn’t Say What He Said

Speaking in Texas during a tour of a Louis Vuitton factory (and yes, you read that correctly), Donald Trump on Thursday said he'll name a replacement for Rick Perry "very shortly". The next Energy secretary will be a man, Trump remarked, adding that Perry will exit by the end of the year. Rick earlier notified Trump of his intention to step down. His departure had been expected, and although media reports have variously suggested his plans to leave the administration predate the Ukraine inquir
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3 thoughts on “Trump-ster Fire: ‘Amigo’ Rick Perry Out, Mick Mulvaney Swears He Didn’t Say What He Said

  1. The disavowal makes it worse. Not just Mulvaney but his boss and the rest of the criminal clique should get flushed down the dunny.

  2. I’m hoping my senator, Lisa, has the stones to stand up even taller. Once and a while she shows a side that is making the AK GOP uncomfortable, not to mention her cellmates. The other senator, Ohio Dan, is a weasel with the backbone of a clam. Our congressman, Young, would stand by any old Benito or Adolf as long as he was a card carrying member of the Grand Old Party. Dead bodies strewn about would double his Viagra intake.

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