Conservative CNN Host S.E. Cupp has blown up President Donald Trump and pointed out that he would be considered a breach as CEO and argued that his "presidency is breaking down for our eyes."
Speaks on his Saturday's television program S.E. Cupp Unfiltered pointed the host to a large number of redundancies, foreign policy blunders, allegations against several presidential units, a slower stock market and the government's weekend closure just before the holiday, despite the two-party congressional support for a finance bill that would have averted the crisis.
"It's not a wonderful life for President Trump," cupp quipped in a clear reference to the popular Christmas classic movie It's a Wonderful Life . "In fact, recent weeks have been nothing short of a nightmare for him," she said.
Referring to Secretary General Jim Mattis of the Secretary of Defense, Cupp said this was "undoubtedly the most significant blow" to Trump's presidency. She pointed out that the General Declaration came with domestic secretary Ryan Zinke, who faced significant allegations of misappropriation of state resources. However, Cupp pointed out that Matti's decision left "zero ambiguity" with regard to the motivation behind his decision when his letter of termination pointed to Trump's controversial announcement that troops would be withdrawn from Syria and Afghanistan.
"Trump put the odds not only on secretary Mattis, but with all his foreign policy advisers," Cupp explained. "When your only supporters of foreign policy are Rand Paul and Vladimir Putin, you know you're probably doing it wrong," the host claimed.
At the top of the severely criticized troop withdrawal, Cupp pointed to the recent nosedive of the stock market. Dow Jones just had its worst week since the financial crisis in 2008. "The sudden market volatility is partly the result of uncertainty created by the President's trade policy as well as his inability to play political chess with democrats and avoid decommissioning," she said.
"If America was a company and CEO faced a dozen criminal and ethical investigations, several members of his inner circle had been imprisoned, he made rash decisions that made his chief advisers complete protests, and The company had to interrupt temporarily over unsuccessful internal business negotiations, what would happen? "The host asked.
"The board may even consider replacing the executive executive," she said. "It turns out that Trump is a terrible CEO of a really good company, a company he doesn't do well again, but rather runs into the ground."19659003] The government officially closed Saturday after Trump refused to sign a heavily backed bipartisan finance bill that would have knocked out the crisis until February because the budget did not include $ 5 billion for his elongated border wall. Analysts have consistently pointed out that the wall would be an inefficient immigration solution for an exorbitant expensive price tag. With the Senate on holiday until December 27, the decommissioning will continue at least through Christmas, and thousands of connected employees will be forced to work without pay.
Trump's surprise decision to withdraw all US troops from Syria and a thousand soldiers from Afghanistan has also led to widespread bipartisan backlash. Even though the President has defended the move, he has argued without evidence that ISIS is defeated, Republican and Democratic legislators have opposed the White House, just as American Allies are fighting the extremist organization.
Meanwhile, several investigations of various Trump units and the president's current or past employees have been ongoing, with legal experts suggesting that the network is closing in on Trump itself.