Friday, February 3, 2017

Wondering How Trumpie Got Applause at the CIA? Turns Out He Papered the House

Disgust on a New Level Unseen Before

All of us were confused and astounded when it was reported that Trump got a strong ovation during his trip to the CIA.  Of course it's not like he had called these people Nazi's.  Oh wait, he had.  So it turns out he stuck a bunch of his own people in the front rows relegating the CIA folks to the back of the bus.

"Authorities are also pushing back against the perception that the CIA workforce was cheering for the president. They say the first three rows in front of the president were largely made up of supporters of Mr. Trump’s campaign. 
An official with knowledge of the make-up of the crowd says that there were about 40 people who’d been invited by the Trump, Mike Pence and Rep. Mike Pompeo teams. The Trump team originally expected Rep. Pompeo, R-Kansas, to be sworn in during the event as the next CIA director, but the vote to confirm him was delayed on Friday by Senate  Democrats. Also sitting in the first several rows in front of the president was the CIA’s senior leadership, which was not cheering the remarks."

So the idea that the intelligence community loves Trumpster, well that's just a steaming pile of Sean.*

*A term derived from Spicer's performance as Press Sec, That he's really a talking sack of *****. Here's why

"White House press secretary Sean Spicer on Monday denied that there were “Trump or White House folks” in the first rows. 
“There were no Trump or White House folks sitting down. They were all CIA (unintelligible). So, not in rows one-through-anything, from what I’m told.” Spicer said at the White House briefing Monday. He did not address whether Pompeo invitees were in the first rows.
A source who is familiar with the planning of the president’s CIA visit saw Spicer’s briefing, however, and firmly denied Spicer’s response was accurate.
Officials acknowledge that Mr. Trump does have his supporters within the CIA workforce, many of whom were interspersed among the rank and file standing off to the president’s right. 
There were about 400 members of the workforce who RSVP’d for the event out of thousands who received an invitation in their email late last week. Officials dismiss White House claims that there were people waiting to get into the event."

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