A MUST READ; This Office Called President, Honestly Needs A Bit Of Brain Away From The Ordinary! By Frank Uche Dibia

Photo; Confused Looking President Donal J Trump via digitaljournal.com

Two days ago a press statement from the White House read; ''President Donald J Trump informed FBI director James Comey that he has been terminated and removed from office. President Trump acted based on the clear recommendations of both deputy attorney general Rod Rosenstein and attorney general Jeff Sessions.”

''I cannot defend the director’s handling of the conclusion of the investigation of Secretary Clinton’s emails, and I do not understand his refusal to accept the nearly universal judgment that he was mistaken.” the statement concluded.

Jeff Sessions on his own said the Department of Justice was “committed to a high level of discipline, integrity and the rule of law”, and “a fresh start is needed”.

You would recall Attorney General, Jeff Sessions sometime in March in his bid to ward off calls for him to resign from a job he has only been on for a few weeks, following allegations of complicity in the alleged Russia's interference in US presidential election, decided to exclude himself from anything that has to do with the investigation.

In May, knowingly or unknowingly Mr. Sessions turned around to be the one who advised President Trump to sack FBI Director James Comey who is heading the investigation into the alleged Russian middling and to the make matter worse, the same self-excluded attorney general is also playing a part in recruiting Mr. James Comey' replacement. Who is deceiving who?

Pre 2016 presidential election was nearly overshadowed by allegations of grabbing women by their P***y and very many other divisive comments credited to Mr. T, now President Trump. Post election and swearing in, it has been from one unsuccessful executive order to the other, then to a failed bid to annul the affordable health care law (aka Obamacare). Then to get a bit of fresh air, Mr. Trump bombed Syria over allegations of use of a chemical weapon on his people. However, in all these, the bickering over the perceived Russian interference which possibly helped Mr. Trump win US presidency refused to go away.

To start with, the administration suffered its first setback early in March when it lost its newly appointed National Security Adviser Michael Flynn, over allegations there were multiple news accounts on Flynn receiving money from Russia, and the then acting U.S. Attorney General warned the White House multiple times that the White House National Security Advisor had been compromised by Russia and was vulnerable to a foreign adversary’s blackmail.

But to think of it, does president Trump have advisers at all, or does he not listen to them? From my assessment, I tend to believe the later and my reason is from a well know fact, Mr. Trump's tweeting habit. I would also mention the fact that Mr. Trump seems don't think before he speaks (my apologies) and I also see that characteristics in his press spokesman Sean Spicer. There is something very common between the two men and Mr. Trump will do himself a lot of good if he can summon the courage to appoint someone who thinks differently from the way he does to that position.

Not too long ago, Mr. Spicer caused outrage when he suggested at a White House briefing that Bashar al-Assad of Syria had sunk lower than Hitler by using sarin gas in last week's attack in Syria. He claimed that Hitler "didn't descend to using chemical weapons". And after he was slammed by the press and global outrage, Mr. Sean Spicer apologized.

In his words of apology, the press secretary said: "I let the president down". Sean Spicer's efforts to redeem himself came amid reports of fierce infighting in the White House, with Mr. Trump distancing himself from Steve Bannon, his chief strategist.

"I made a mistake. There's no other way to say it. I got into a topic that I shouldn't have and I screwed up," "On both a personal level and a professional level that will definitely go down as not a very good day in my history."

In addition to the reports of infighting and bitter rivalries between Mr. Trump's top aides, there was also reports of a clash between Jared Kushner, Mr. Trump's son-in-law, and Steve Bannon President Trump's Chief Strategist, who reports said he behaves in an adversarial manner.

American looks in a mess right now and I wonder when all these will go away so the good people of United States will reap a bit of benefit of the post-Obama era or is this 4 years term going to be riddled with controversy upon controversy?

I will be happy to see President Trump survive all these and move on with his main objective of making America great again! God bless America!