President Trump replaces Mulvaney with Meadows

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In a long-anticipated move, President Trump has replaced his chief of staff, Mick Mulvaney, with Congressman Mark Meadows (R-NC). Mick Mulvaney, in a series of verbal flubs, made himself less than useful to the president.

The president announced the change via twitter:

Mick Mulvaney became controversial during the”quid pro quo” Ukraine controversy which ultimately led to the impeachment and acquittal of the president. The House Democrats accused the president of using a quid pro quo with the president of Ukraine to get political dirt on a political rival, Joe Biden.

Mulvaney, apparently unaware that Democrats wait like spiders for verbal gaffes, put his foot in his mouth and said that the president does this all the time. Oops, now he is on his way to Northern Ireland, far far away from Washington D.C.

Meadows, a staunch conservative, along with Jim Jordan and other conservative House members, formed the Freedom Caucus during the Obama administration. Recently, Meadows and his conservative colleagues in the House played an important role defending the president during the unfair and biased proceedings during the House impeachment inquiry.

Meadows, Jordan, Elise Stefanik, John Ratcliffe, Louie Gohmert, and others were the only defense the president had as he was not even allowed to have counsel present in the secret and open impeachment meetings.

Meadows has served in Congress since 2013. He announced in December 2019 that he would not seek re-election. Meadows, having proven himself an able defender of the president, will now take on the important role of permanent Chief of Staff.


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