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The ‘big heads’ are not in charge

November 29, 2019
Cape Coral Daily Breeze

To the editor:

Listening to the circus-like impeachment hearings it's more then obvious that those testifying are walking around with heads that are about to explode.

Ambassador Sondland, Ambassador Volker and other Presidential appointees demonstrate an arrogance that can only come from their believing that they are an equal to their boss, the President of the United States. The fact of the matter is that Ambassadors serve at the pleasure of the President.

Their boss, the President, tells them what his strategy is and they carry out his will. It's not for these "big heads" to decide if they approve of the President's direction, it's their job to follow the directive.

When President Trump says "talk to Rudy: that doesn't mean talk to another subordinate and decide otherwise. That means "talk to Rudy."

Let's be clear, President Trump is the boss... period. Undermining the President is outrageously improper and is tantamount to treason. Ambassadors and other appointed officials need to settle down, accept the chain of command, and quit acting like they're more important than they actually are.

God Bless President Trump... and God Bless America.

Dick Kalfus

Cape Coral

 
 
 

 

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