Robert Wasinger, a Trump insider, and veteran of politics recently came out hard, exposing all of the people in high-level government positions looking to take down Trump from the inside.
In an interview with Breitbart
, Wasinger gave America an inside look who's working within to impede the Trump Presidency:
Wasinger first cites Brian Hook, a supporter of Obama's Iran Nuclear Deal who organized NeverTrump efforts in 2016. "Before he came to the administration, he founded the [John] Hay [Initiative], which instituted a NeverTrump letter that went out that was signed by a lot of people,” Wasinger noted. “He didn’t sign it, but he’s there pushing these agenda items that are completely at odds with what the president campaigned on and what the president wants to do.”
He also cites Carrie Cabelka, who according to Wasinger, "She reduced virtually all of [incoming Trump appointees] salaries while giving herself a huge campaign bump.” Wasinger suggests that these people are being given more power behind the scenes to keep Trump supporters from powerful positions. "Carrie Cabelka’s the tip of the spear in keeping out our people and getting in establishment career types. You know, quite frankly, we campaigned against them. I think the president should set up a basic test … I think people that work for him should have at least voted for him. … I just can’t imagine that these people did. These people are not only … not loyal, they’re working against him on a daily basis."
Wasinger also named Susan Thornton, a career State Department official hired by Calbelka, does not support the president's approach on North Korea, and is trying to project a different message. Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) spoke out against her effort to let North Korea keep part of their nuclear capability.
Finally, Wasinger shed light on the sudden departure of Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, who not only opposed President Trump's approach on North Korea, he used his position at the State Department to contradict the president publicly. Wasinger has also cited instances of leaks designed to force Trump appointees to withdraw. His point is that Trump allies should be in charge inside of the Trump administration, not people who are standing in the way of Trump policies.
Here's the interview in it's entirety: