A relaxed president can be a better president

President Donald Trump

Since 2016 we have been talking and writing about the White House and the very likely probability that the president himself has been wiretapped and no one wanted to pay attention or even listen to us.
Now it is obvious that the Federal Bureau of Investigation has been listening to the president’s telephone calls and reading his emails as we have thought all along.
We have stated on many occasions that the president was within his rights to fire the Director of the FBI as he pleased and no one paid any attention, just as we expected.
We have pointed out many times, over and over, that the Director of the FBI was not serving the best interest of the nation and that of the president, but no one has been listening to us.
We have reminded those who wanted to listen to us that James Comey, while working as Director of the FBI, was being loyal to Hillary Clinton, her husband Bill—the former president—and the Clinton Crime
Family, but no one wanted to believe us.
In a rare public order Tuesday, the chief judge of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act [FISA] strongly criticized the FBI over its surveillance-application process, giving the bureau until Jan. 10 to come up with solutions in the wake of findings from Justice Department Inspector General Michael E. Horowitz.
The order, from the court’s presiding judge, Rosemary M. Collyer, came just a week after the release of Horowitz’s withering report about the wiretapping of Carter Page, a former campaign adviser to President Trump…and yet why not also the president himself as we had suggested?
Last Sunday during an interview with Mike Wallace on Fox News Sunday the former G-Man James Comey admitted that he was not aware of all the investigation because “as Director, [he] was not informed of all the investigations.” Excuse us, Mr. Former Director, but we do not believe your statement.
As the Director he was supposed to be informed of every move and every investigation, especially when the so-called investigation included the President of the United States of America.
As the Director, he was ultimately responsible for everything; we do not believe that there is any difference at all between his office and that of the Army, Navy, Marines or the captain of a ship when it comes to responsibility.
If the Director did not know that his subalterns were wiretapping his political enemy he did not deserve to be Director of anything; but no one would believe he didn’t know.
James Comey was fired way too late; he should have been fired from day one, but maybe the president was too busy listening to everyone else and didn’t have time to read the Las Vegas Tribune.
We believe that any president may have the same problem that many important people have, that those around him (or her) never tell them what they need to know. Instead, they tell them what they think they
want to hear.
A real friend, a loyal employee, a trusted adviser, does not tell that person just the good things and does not laugh at their boring or ridiculous jokes. A real friend, a loyal employee, or a trusted adviser always tells the truth and keeps that important person, friend or employer above water, well informed and insures that their eyes are kept open.
The order from the court’s presiding judge, Rosemary M. Collyer, stated, “The FBI’s handling of the Carter Page applications, as portrayed in the [Office of Inspector General] report, was antithetical to the heightened duty of candor described above,” she wrote in her four-page order. “The frequency with which representations made by FBI personnel turned out to be unsupported or contradicted by information in their possession, and with which they withheld information detrimental to their case, calls into question whether information contained in other FBI applications is reliable.”
We hope that from now on someone will read President Trump some of the editorials or comments that appear on the pages of our Las Vegas Tribune.
We are not here to compete with those who claim to be close to the president; we are not here to kiss the president’s shoes, to make the president happy or to laugh at his boring jokes.
We are here to tell the president who we think his enemies are; we are here to open the president’s eyes and keep him alerted to the wrongdoings of those around him because we want the president to
succeed, we want the president to be able to work peacefully and relaxed so he can be in the best of moods and get his job done.
We want the president to be a happy president.

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