President Donald J. Trump should learn from the Gen. Michael Flynn experience

The shameful behavior of members of the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Department of Justice proves one more time what we have been saying for the last four years. And their actions prove the Las Vegas Tribune right once again.
For a very lengthy time we, at the Las Vegas Tribune, have been “suggesting” that President Donald Trump’s home at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, AKA the White House, could very well be bugged and no one is paying attention to our very direct “suggestion” of some type of conspiracy against the president, personally, and to his administration.
The newspaper has also questioned the fact that the president and any of his top advisers never thought about terminating the services of FBI Director James Comey from day one.
It’s been our opinion and our record speaks for itself that we never see the relationship of former Speaker of the House and an old friend of Vice President Michael Pence is not to be trusted.
We also wrote many times that the Obama Federal Bureau of Investigation Director James Comey is not to be trusted, as well as his dear friend and colleague Robert Mueller, because they both are loyal members of the Obama and Clinton crime families.
LG Michael Flynn is a retired United States Army lieutenant general who was briefly the National Security Advisor to President Donald
Trump. Flynn’s military career included a key role in shaping U.S. counter-terrorism strategy and dismantling insurgent networks in Afghanistan and Iraq, and he was given numerous combat arms, conventional and special operations senior intelligence assignments.
He served as the 18th Director of the Defense Intelligence Agency, serving from July 2012 until his forced retirement from the military in August 2014, probably due to his friendship with then presidential hopeful Donald Trump.
He became a senior advisor to Trump during his presidential campaign and served as the National Security Advisor from January 23 to
February 13, 2017.
What most people do not seem to understand or do not want to understand is that regardless of how guilty or innocent the person may be when law enforcement agencies tell one that “there is no need to bring an attorney,” that is when the person who is going to be “interviewed” needs to show up with not one but two attorneys and maybe three, if the person can afford to have them present.
The dirty trick the Federal Bureau of Investigation played on Gen. Michael Flynn is nothing new and when President Trump says that he did not know that such corruption existed in this country, we wonder where the president has been all his life.
President Trump has to look at the Gen. Michael Flynn case as an example of what law enforcement agencies are capable of doing and make sure not to fully trust anyone.
This newspaper has also questioned the fact that the president and any of his top advisers never thought about terminating the services of FBI Director James Comey from day one. Most of the time, if not all the time, when there is a new administration, either in government or in the private sector, there are changes in the top positions.
It is very common that when a gaming group takes over a casino property that group brings in its own trusted people; and when a new administration takes over, it will appoint its own trusted people, so why not the president-elect who has been in the eyes of the opposite
party from day one?
We have been saying for the last five years that President Trump has to trust no one and to make sure he has a mirror in front of him to be able to see who is right behind him.
Barack Obama was in the White House from November to January knowing that Trump was elected the 45th president regardless of whether the liberal media and the communist Democrats wanted it or not.
Two months free to bug the White House, two months to prepare to destroy the man that the people elected against “anyone’s” wishes.
This newspaper has emphasized many times that the president should have dismissed the old FBI Director and named his own trusted person for that job; if he had done that no one would have had a reason to cry, to object or to complain because it would have been like “a new administration change of personnel” and that would have been the end of that.
Close to home, we learned that the only political figure that was successful in keeping most of the old administration personnel was Las
Vegas Mayor Oscar Goodman, who had no political experience and needed those who were already there until he could place his own trusted team in place.
Open your eyes, Mister President, and learn from the Gen. Flynn experience.

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