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By Joshua Caplan, GATEWAY PUNDIT

ROGER STONE: POTUS Trump Never Approved White House Statement In Support of McMaster

On Friday evening, the New York Times published a statement allegedly issued by President Trump in support of H.R. McMaster after the National Security Advisor came under heavy fire for his anti-Israel views and firing Trump loyalists. Former Trump campaign manager, Roger Stone, says the White House issued the statement without President Trump’s approval.  

“McMaster must go – Statement of support put out by WH was never seen or approved by @realDonaldTrump,” tweeted Stone.

McMaster must go – Statement of support put out by WH was never seen or approved by @realDonaldTrump

As The Gateway Pundit previously reported, President Trump defended McMaster using the same, vague and cryptic terms used to describe his feelings on Reince Priebus after he was fired. “He is a good man and very pro-Israel,” said President Trump. Priebus was called a ‘good man,’ as well. 

New York Times reports:

President Trump defended Lt. Gen. H. R. McMaster, his embattled national security adviser, on Friday in the face of a full-bore campaign by the nationalist wing of his political coalition accusing him of undermining the president’s agenda and calling for his dismissal.

General McMaster has angered the political right by pushing out several conservatives on the national security staff and cautioning against ripping up the nuclear agreement with Iran negotiated by President Barack Obamawithout a strategy for what comes next. His future has been in doubt amid speculation that Mr. Trump might send him to Afghanistan.

But after two days of unrelenting attacks on General McMaster by conservative activists and news sites, complete with the Twitter hashtag #FireMcMaster, the president weighed in to quash such talk. “General McMaster and I are working very well together,” he said in a statement emailed to The New York Times. “He is a good man and very proIsrael. I am grateful for the work he continues to do serving our country.”

Here is President Trump describing Priebus, much like he describes McMaster, as a “good man.”

Real Clear Politics reports:

President Trump gives a brief statement to the media about his decision to replace Chief of Staff Reince Priebus with Secretary of Homeland Security Ret. Gen. John Kelly. The president said Priebus was a “good man” and called Kelly a “great, great American.

Trump had just returned from New York and exited Air Force One.

“Mr. President, why Secretary Kelly? Why John Kelly?” a reporter asked Trump at Joint Base Andrews.

“Reince is a good man. John Kelly will do a fantastic job. General Kelly has been a star, done an incredible job thus far, respected by everybody. A great, great American. Reince Priebus, a good man. Thank you very much,” Trump responded.

National Security Advisor, H.R. McMaster took a beating this week from conservative media online following news of him purging Trump loyalists while praising Susan Rice and granting her access to classified information.

Rumors are swirling that President Trump is furious about McMaster’s decisions in his recent firings. Steve Bannon is reportedly also at odds with McMaster, causing a schism in the White House. It is a fight between the Trump loyalists and Deep State operatives still buzzing around attempting to unseat Trump.

TGP reported Thursday, McMaster might be shipped off to Afghanistan to oversee the war. The news also comes amid reports McMaster was caught leaking internal White House politics to now former Acting FBI Head Andy McCabe.

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  1. “General McMaster has angered the political right by ….. without a strategy for what comes next.” is in the hands of Iran. So America will be reactive. Not a good position to be in.

  2. @ watsa46:
    and inexcusable, frankly. Coming up with alternate contingency plans is what think tanks and military academies get paid for. What have they been doing all this time?

  3. Let’s hope Mr. Stone and Gateway Pundit are right about McMasters going to Afghanistan. If it is true, reminds me of Kruschev appointing Molotov the Soviet ambassador to Outer Mongolia, and appointing Kaganovich director of a power plant in Siberia.

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