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Jewhadi™ Dec 28
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“Now is the time for Republicans in Congress to declare their independence from the Republican in the White House and refuse once and for all to rubber-stamp Donald Trump’s whims and desires.”
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Jewhadi™ Dec 28
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Tom Nichols—who seizes on every real or imagined scandal du jour to warn his fellow Americans that the end is (again near—fumed over Mattis’s resignation.
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Jewhadi™ Dec 28
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“The world’s jackals and hyenas already sense our weakness and are circling closer,” Nichols wrote, presumably with a straight face. “Our national security has never—not even during the Cold War—been in this much sustained danger.”
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Jewhadi™ Dec 28
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This is the same guy, by the way, who just last year criticized the presence of so many military men in the White House because “generals and admirals do not decide national priorities.”
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Jewhadi™ Dec 28
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Against the backdrop of NeverTrump’s Christmastime ravings, the president remained in the Oval Office over the extended holiday weekend, continuing to work amid a partial gov’t shutdown triggered by his demands to secure funding for his promised wall along the southern US border.
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Jewhadi™ Dec 28
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In what could be one of his cleverest tweets, the president said he would spend Christmas Eve “all alone (poor me) in the White House waiting for the Democrats to come back and make a deal on desperately needed Border Security.”
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Jewhadi™ Dec 28
Replying to @JewhadiTM
That same day, he also dealt with foreign policy matters and spoke with children waiting for Santa Claus. “My family is in Palm Beach, and I just didn’t want to go down and be there when other people are hurting,” he told reporters in the Oval Office late Monday.
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Jewhadi™ Dec 28
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Late Christmas night, he and the First Lady flew to Iraq.
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Jewhadi™ Dec 28
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This brought into sharp focus again the contrast between NeverTrump and the president they not only detest, but want to destroy:
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Jewhadi™ Dec 28
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While NeverTrumpers stoke more manufactured outrage from the cheap seats, the president works endless hours to confront the legitimate worries of millions of Americans.
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Jewhadi™
Nearly two years after Donald Trump was sworn into office, NeverTrump still has no compelling policy alternative to what they derisively call “Trumpism.”
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Jewhadi™ Dec 28
Replying to @JewhadiTM
Instead, they embody the approach they endlessly ridicule in the president, using insults, obfuscation, and emotional outbursts to avoid answering a very direct question: What Would NeverTrump Do?
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Jewhadi™ Dec 28
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Alarmed the president wants to pull a few thousand troops out of Syria? NeverTrump should convince Americans that the loss of one U.S. soldier is worth the risk—and use something more than the banal “it’s in the interest of our national security” trope.
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Jewhadi™ Dec 28
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Object to the president’s planned withdrawal of 14,000 troops from Afghanistan after we’ve partially occupied that nation for more than 17 years?
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Jewhadi™ Dec 28
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Tell us, NeverTrump, why the 12 American soldiers killed in that country this year alone, four years after our combat mission officially ended, was a necessary sacrifice.
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Jewhadi™ Dec 28
Replying to @TIME
Instead of mourning the murders of Jamal Khashoggi and (even more pathetically) the Weekly Standard, perhaps NeverTrump should’ve devoted 1 column—just one—to mourn the murders of the brave Americans who are our real guardians, not phony warriors celebrated by & Commentary
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Jewhadi™ Dec 28
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Don’t like the Tariff Man? Then what, NeverTrump, is your plan to halt unfair trade practices and tariffs levied on American products? How would NeverTrump have exacted a steep reduction in Chinese-imposed tariffs on U.S. automobiles, as Trump succeeded in doing this year?
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Jewhadi™ Dec 28
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Please explain to a farmer friend of mine who told me earlier this year that “China has been screwing us for years” how NeverTrumpers will stop this one-sided screwing?
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Jewhadi™ Dec 28
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If only NeverTrump had devoted a tiny portion of the time it’s devoted to the threat of Russian Twitter bots to the legitimate threat of Chinese piracy. How would NeverTrump halt the theft of hundreds of billions of dollars in intellectual property by the Chinese each year?
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Jewhadi™ Dec 28
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There is no such thing as free trade between nations no matter how many times NeverTrump clicks its loafers and repeats it in the CNN green room. Ditto for border security. If a wall won’t fix anything, as most NeverTrumpers insist, then what will?
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