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23 minutes ago, TheGreatBuzz said:

Is there anything on the Right that doesn’t involve a train wreck?


1)  Shoving through outrageously partisan judges.  


2)  Tax cuts for the rich.  


3)  Altering election laws to suppress Dem votes.  


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On Monday, Politico reported that Meadows' job prospects upon leaving the administration were so thin that he considered taking work with the Trump Organization. A day later, news broke that Meadows — who until last Wednesday was near the pinnacle of power — had accepted a position with a little-known group called the Conservative Partnership Institute, a "networking hub" for conservatives helmed by former South Carolina Sen. Jim DeMint.


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GOP senator stocks office with 13 former Trump staffers


As Trump administration alums face a tough job market after the Capitol riot, one new Republican Senate office has turned into a full-employment factory for Trump officials looking for their next gig.


Sen. Bill Hagerty (R-Tenn.) announced on Thursday that he’s hired 13 former Trump administration officials to work in his office.


Judd Deere, the former deputy White House press secretary who stuck it out until the final day of the Trump presidency as the last remaining press spokesperson, will be Hagerty’s deputy chief of staff for communications, while Julia Hahn, who was the deputy White House communications director, will be senior communications adviser. Hagerty himself is a Trump alum and served as the U.S. ambassador to Japan.


Hagerty also looked to former Trump officials to fill out his policy team, hiring Robert Zarate, who was on the policy planning staff at the State Department and previously worked for Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.), to be his national security adviser; Jonathan Greenstein, a deputy assistant secretary of the Treasury Department and a former Goldman Sachs employee, to be senior policy adviser; and Kevin Kim, who was previously a senior adviser to the Special Presidential Envoy for Arms Control, to be his national security fellow.


Retired U.S. Army colonel Joel Rayburn, the former U.S. Special Envoy for Syria at State and former senior director for Iran, Iraq, Syria, and Lebanon on the NSC, will hold the unusual Capitol Hill title of “Special Advisor for Middle East Affairs.” Hagerty also hired Adam Telle, who most recently headed up the Senate team of the White House Office of Legislative Affairs, to be his chief adviser.


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