Republicans who would be reluctant to support Donald Trump in the case of indictment by the House of Representatives incur the qualification of "human rot," says in his column, Gilles Paris, Washington correspondent.
TheIt is time for great means. In tight ranks. Orders that slam like whips. The White House subscriptions to the media considered enemies, the New York Times and the Washington Posthave been deleted and the whole of the Federal State is invited to do the same.
Speaking at an African American university in South Carolina on Friday, October 25, the US president spoke to about three hundred people, including only seven students. The assembly was composed almost exclusively of sympathizers invited for the circumstance.
Republicans who would be reluctant to support Donald Trump in the case of indictment by the House of Representatives are warned. The reluctant, the reflective, the elected to states of soul incur the qualification of "Human rot" already applied by the president this week to the "Never Trumper", the few conservatives who refused the transformation of the Grand Old Party (GOP) in army of godillots. The tenant of the White House complained to suffer a "Lynching" a term yet particularly difficult to handle in the United States given a painful history in this area.
Woe to who displeases. The charge d'affaires in Ukraine William Taylor can attest. For having reinforced by his testimony, on October 22, the thesis of a possible abuse of power of the President of the United States for personal political ends (blackmail with the American aid to obtain the opening by Kiev of investigations aimed at his political opponents), he was illico qualified to "Unelected radical bureaucrat" by White House spokeswoman Stephanie Grisham. Retired by Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, the 72-year-old is no stranger to flawless service – the West Point Military Academy, 101e Airborne, the Vietnam War and a life of great federal state clerk – no matter: here he is ranked "Never Trumper".