Wednesday, April 3, 2019

Trump to Name Crazed Neocon as State Department Spokesperson

President Trump will name former Fox News contributor Morgan Ortagus the next State Department spokesperson, according to CNN.

In the past, Ortagus had publicly lambasted then-candidate Trump over what she called his "isolationist foreign policy approach."

In an April 2016 appearance on Fox News, Ortagus, who was working for a super PAC associated with Trump's primary opponent former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, said she had deep-seated problems with Trump's foreign policy approach despite agreeing with him on certain issues like Iran.

"In his gut, he does not think that Americans should be, quote unquote, the policemen of the world," she said during a panel discussion dissecting Trump's foreign policy speech.

"I don't see it that way. I think that America is the glue that holds the world together. ... So there were points that I agreed with him today, but overall, I fundamentally disagree with his isolationist approach to foreign policy," she added.

Ortagus worked as an intelligence analyst for the Treasury Department for three years during the Obama administration. She also co-founded the consulting firm Global Opportunity Advisers with CNN analyst Samantha Vinograd.

Vinograd formerly worked for  Goldman Sachs. She was named a David E. Rockefeller Fellow at the Trilateral Commission and a Millennium Fellow at the Atlantic Council.


1 comment:

  1. Jeeezuz, they MUST have something on him. Maybe the Golden Showers WASN'T all BS.