Trump’s Cabinet Choices Continue to Impress

Trump’s Cabinet Choices Continue to Impress
Congressman Ryan Zinke nominee for Dept. of InteriorMontana Public Radio

Trump’s appointments continue to impress, now with Congressman Ryan Zinke of Montana as Secretary of the Interior.  Zinke, a former Navy Seal, is hated by the liberals for his stance on using public land for more oil and gas production. More on Zinke here.  A list of  Trump’s other 25 appointments can be found here, a sterling group of people.

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  • David Dickinson

    The people Trump is picking are just outstanding. Real doers.
    I also like that there is no hiding what Trump wants to accomplish. He isn’t picking fence-straddling, play nice-nice with everyone politicos. This is the best ass-kicking bunch we’ll likely ever see.

  • old_redneck

    And I propose he start oil and gas drilling on the public lands in Loudon County, VA.

    http://nvct.org/where-we-work/loudoun-county/

    Then, we can move to the George Washington and Jefferson National Forests and to the Shenandoah National Park. No one there but a bunch of tree-hugging snowflakes.

    • Jeanine Martin

      Loudoun. Two ‘u’s.

  • old_redneck

    This is what passes for “draining the swamp.”

    Rep. Ryan Zinke was disciplined by the Navy for falsifying expense reports.

    https://theintercept.com/2016/12/20/trumps-pick-for-interior-secretary-was-caught-in-pattern-of-fraud-at-seal-team-6/

    The Intercept is reporting that “three former unit leaders and a military consultant” say that Rep. Ryan Zinke — whom President-elect Trump picked to be his Secretary of the Interior — regularly engaged in a “pattern of travel fraud” during his time as a member of Navy SEAL Team 6.

    The publication’s sources say that Zinke would regularly travel to his home state of Montana to work on his house — and would then send the Navy a bill for his travel expenses by claiming he was performing official duties while away.

    The sources claim that Zinke continued filing expense reports for his trips home even after being warned not to do it, which the publication says “would normally have been serious enough to have ended Zinke’s career, but senior officers at SEAL Team 6 did not formally punish him.”

    So — this clown not only is a cheat and a liar, but when he’s caught, he just keeps on keeping on.

    • David Dickinson

      Is that the best you’ve got?
      Not quite on par with setting up a private email server and sending classified documents over non-cleared networks thus making an easy target for Russian hackers but, hey, you have to work with what you got.