The White House On Fire: WhyPartisan, Episode 10

We’re talking about the mass exodus on white house staffers, the ongoing drama and revelations in the Russia probe, the continued revelations of lies, and those problematic quotes from Nunburg.

Here’s that list of staffers who have either been fired or resigned:

Hope Hicks – RESIGNED day after being questioned by house intel committee on Russia

Rob Porter – after domestic abuse allegations-RESIGNED

Omarosa Manigault Newman-“RESIGNED”

Dina Powel – RESIGNED

Tom Price-RESIGNED

The Health and Human Services secretary resigned after revelations that he had racked up around $400,000 in private flights while traveling on official business.

Sebastian Gorka-RESIGNED

Steve Bannon-RESIGNED/FIRED

Anthony Scaramucci-RESIGNED

Reince Priebus-RESIGNED

Michael Short-RESIGNED

Sean Spicer-RESIGNED

Walter Shaub-RESIGNED

Mike Dubke-RESIGNED

James Comey-FIRED

Angella Reid-FIRED

Michael Flynn-RESIGNED

Sally Yates-“DISMISSED”

Former Trump campaign aide Sam Nunberg said Monday he refuses to comply with a grand jury subpoena in the Russia investigation. “Screw that,” Nunberg told CNN’s Gloria Borger. “Why do I have to go? Why? For what?”  You can read the rest here.

Check out Paul’s campaign at www.paulmartinforcongress.com

Also, follow him on Twitter  @electpaulmartin and a check out the great new article in Forbes Magazine on “Rational Republicans” and their vision for the GOP.

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1 Comment

  1. Sheena Frederick March 7, 2018 at 11:38 am

    Just started listening to your podcast. It’s great!
    I would love to hear an episode on gun control and the changes we’ve seen since Parkland. Also a bipartisan perspective on the money put into our politics by the NRA.

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