Seasoned Gatekeeper Mark Meadows Teams Up With Trump to Drain the Swamp

His appointment to the White House Chief of Staff “gatekeeper” job is “an honor,” Mark Meadows affirms. The freedom-loving crusader was a seasoned leader of the rebellion long before President Donald Trump entered the political fray, which makes him the perfect associate to help reform the swamp’s corruption.

Trump picks a ‘seasoned’ gatekeeper for the White House

Late on Friday afternoon, President Donald Trump announced a White House rearrangement. Acting Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney was replaced by Mark Meadows, who served the state of North Carolina in congress, He’s well known as a seasoned leader of the rebellion against the deep state.

The chief of staff is the president’s personal assistant and also in charge of the president’s schedule. Because they’re the ones who approve people to meet with the president, they’re often called the “The Gatekeeper.” Meadows is expected to guard the oval office like Cerberus. “His stability and keen awareness of the pulse of DC” is just what the White House needs.

Acting Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney got the green light he was asking for, and was dispatched to the Emerald Isle. Mulvaney has been hoping for the diplomatic job of special envoy for Northern Ireland and he got it. Republican Mark Meadows will be his permanent replacement. That announcement has conservatives jumping for joy. “It was time for the administration to make this excellent move,” NOQ report writes.


John Boehner’s worst nightmare

Meadows was fighting abuse and corruption long before President Donald Trump declared his intentions as a candidate. Meadows led the House Freedom Caucus to become John Boehner’s worst nightmare, kicking him out of his Speaker of the House job. At one time, Meadows pushed for an investigation of where Barack Obama was really born and he sponsored legislation in 2015 to crack down on government employees surfing porn at work.

President Trump tweeted out the news from Mar-a-Lago, “I am pleased to announce that Congressman Mark Meadows will become White House Chief of Staff. I have long known and worked with Mark, and the relationship is a very good one.”

It was no surprise that Meadows was offered the job. He’s been a regular fixture in the West Wing and seems to get along well with everybody. More importantly, he gets along very well with the President. The two men are closely aligned in their thinking and Meadows has been a staunch Trump loyalist since day one.

Mulvaney rewarded with position he was asking for

Despite snarking comments in the liberal media, Trump and Mulvaney are parting friends. “I want to thank Acting Chief Mick Mulvaney for having served the Administration so well. He will become the United States Special Envoy for Northern Ireland, Thank you!”

They may not have seen eye to eye on a recent policy announcement but Mulvaney has been an undisputed asset who wore a number of high power hats in the administration. His diplomatic appointment is a reward.

Before taking the Chief of Staff position, Mulvaney “had lobbied for the Northern Ireland envoy role,” CNN was told. “The posting has been vacant since 2017, even as the power-sharing government in Belfast faced a crisis.” Mulvaney is stepping down from his role as director of the Office of Management and Budget, allowing him to focus on Ireland.

  1. Good Moves the Swamp is long over due for draining need to do everything to remove almost all Demorats from office they are nothing but POS Garbage

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