Jim Geraghty of National Review and Greg Corombos of Radio America discuss the fairly easy road to confirmation for the Trump cabinet thanks to Harry Reid’s nuclear option.  They also groan as the New York Times reports Pres. Obama plans to break from tradition and be a very vocal ex-president to keep the heat on Trump.  And they discuss the Hamilton kerfuffle and how only Pence ends up looking good.

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  1. Rightfromthestart Coolidge

    As far as Presidents retiring , I’m certainly not the first to say it, Republicans treat politics like country club golf, for Democrats it’s  all out war.

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  2. JohnMcFarland Coolidge

    Concerning Former Resident (not a spelling mistake) Obama, he needs to be kept occupied trying to maintain a low profile and continue to fly under the radar, since an investigation of Hillary Clinton will eventually bring us to evidence of treason by Barry Sotero (including the Benghazi stand down order), who has broken his oath of office over and over again in an attempt to overthrow the United States of America, and like the Bilderbergers believes that any conspiracy in plain sight can never be called a conspiracy. Only officious government political fools believe that the rhetoric of democracy used against the democracy is a justifiable means to overthrow our Judeo-Christian, Constitutional, Nationalistic Republic for a Socialist Globalism, which Nobama openly declared in his last speech to the United Nations. So who will prosecute the case that is already understood by the great politically unwashed masses: a.k.a. We the People?

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