KellyAnne Conway Kneels on Couch and Tweets in Oval Office Ignoring HBCUs Representatives . An Opinion

By Herb Ryan
February 28,

In an act typical of the Trump administration, KellyAnn Conway, senior advisor makes herself comfortable on the couch in the White House Oval Office to look at what, a few selfies?  The Three Stooges, Conway, Bannon and Priebus have set their own rules on White House protocol and have essentially declared that there really are no sacred protocols. They can do whatever they want, whenever they want, subject to occasional interference by Trump, providing he is not busy traveling to his Florida retreat to play golf,  holding state security meetings on the patio of a public restaurant or yet another “Trump” rally to massage his low self-esteem and repair the damage to his thin orange skin.

Tonight will be Trump’s first address to a joint session of Congress and there is no reason you can not watch or listen to it. If he can find a way to increase military spending without turning the country into an armed camp and leave Medicare, Medicaid and Social Security alone, that would be acceptable to most reasonable people, even Bannon is for that !

I will listen to Trump’s address to a joint session of Congress tonight and hope for the best. This administration will implode in six months, if not sooner. Once the cards are on the table, even the blind will see. The “Christian Republicans” will finally regain their moral ground and duty to country. And, with mid-term elections less than a year away the desire to be re-elected grows stronger along with the realization that   there is no point in supporting  an administration that is in constant turmoil and sinking like a rock. .

 

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The people gathered around Trump’s desk are all representatives of historically black colleges and universities, HBCUs (historically black colleges and universities). They were at the White House for a “listening session,” in the formulation of the White House press office, there to share “expert insights on policy issues impacting their individual campuses.” A readout from the event suggests that they discussed “how to create a better partnership between the Trump Administration and HBCUs.” (Brendan Smialowski/AFP/Getty Images)

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