sIter Navarro new book You won’t make him many new friends. For just one example of a former Trump trade adviser who frequently, uh, turns stinging phrases, he’s comparing Jared Kushner to human excrement.
And his disdain for the aspiring dauphin doesn’t end there. Navarro wrote that Kushner is “nothing more than a young, rich, liberal New York Democrat–Lord of the slums.”
In November, Navarro will stand trial for contempt of Congress. Refused to cooperate with the January 6 committee. If convicted, he faces up to two years in prison. On that note, his new book is an inaccurate blow at the Department of Justice under Merrick Garland and a means of Mobilize his criminal defense.
“Help Fund Legal Efforts and Bring Trump Back to the White House” Navarro tweeted in June. “Demand the restoration of Trump’s America today.” This monthPass the plaque again: “Buy the book today! We need our country back from these funny and downtrodden.”
However, pro-Trump books are often full of unintended subjective opinions. Thanks to the work of other authors, we know that Trump did not like the aides who took notes, and once sobered by Donald McGahn, his White House adviser, For such a slip. However, Navarro comes here, eager to tell the reader that he kept a lot of notes for himself.
Page 240 contains a June 25, 2020 journal entry about a meeting of major donors who wanted Kushner and Brad Parscale to “get out the door” of the Trump campaign. Trump agreed, but, Navarro wrote, did not want to fire his son-in-law himself. One donor tried to do so – but failed.
By displaying his remarks, Navarro adds to a heap of evidence that Trump, the supposedly ruthless giant who shot people on TV, actually doesn’t dare fire people. Excuse me. Just like the boss does not read.
Taking Back Trump’s America, on the other hand, is a hastily written laundry list of Navarro’s many complaints. On the other hand, it is he is Curvy and full of poison.
Navarro has a core subject, he holds a Ph.D. in economics from Harvard University, and taught at the University of California, Irvine. But intellectual firepower should not be confused with prudence or restraint. In the past, Navarro liberally quoted an expert in China who turned out to be nonexistent, otherwise Anagrams for Navarro’s own name.
Between 1992 and 2001, Navarro launched five campaigns for public office – each one Unsuccessful. As a candidate, he mocked Republicans for clinging to “every man for himself” and argued that America “should progressively tax the rich to help everyone else.” time passed. Attitudes have changed.
But Navarro is still a bomber. In his new book, Steve Mnuchin, Trump’s Treasury secretary, Gary Cohn, Trump’s top economic advisor, and Mark Meadows, Trump’s last chief of staff, all scrutinize it.
Navarro recalls an Oval Office argument with Mnuchin over China policy. The words “Neville Chamberlain” and “Nazis” appear. Mnuchin is a Jew.
Navarro quotes himself: “Hello, Neville, Knowing what you know about what the Nazis did to the Jews, how can you not give a flying goblin”—the author’s throwing game—“ about what the Chinese Communists are doing to two million Uyghurs in the concentration camps of Xinjiang … What do you say about it, Stevie? “
What Navarro Says About Trump’s Adoration for Robert E. Lee, Trump on Both Sides About the Neo-Nazi March in Charlottesville or Even Trump It said After he kept Hitler’s letters on his nightstand? nothing.
As Navarro told us, his “favorite quote from Roger Ailes” is “Truth is what people believe.” With the release of Navarro’s book, Fox News is being sued for billions of nonsense about voting machines and election interference. Elsewhere, even Trump lawyers work as lawyers.
Back to Kushner. It is alleged that Navarro came to Trumpworld via his boss’s son-in-law. If so, he is showing a marked deficit of gratitude. has even I suggested Ziv Kushner Cancer Diagnostics Help Selling His private notesbreak history.
“That thyroid thing, that came out of nowhere,” Navarro said. “I would see the man every day. There is no indication that he was in any pain or danger or anything else. I think it is just sympathy to try to sell his book now.”
Navarro’s depictions of Trump’s policies in the White House make for interesting reading. He wrote that Kushner told him he wanted to “crush [Steve] Bannon is like a bug”—and that Trump resented Bannon, his former campaign manager and White House strategist, for taking “too much credit for the 2016 win.”
However, when writing about that failed coup against Kushner during the 2020 campaign, Navarro said the conspirators wanted to replace Kushner with…yes, you guessed it, Bannon.
Navarro chose not to examine the fact that had the coup been successful, the campaign would have faced a different set of problems. In August 2020, Bannon was arrested and charged with fraud. He denied it, received a pardon from Trump and is now facing similar charges in New York state. He has pleaded not guilty again.
Legal danger lies in the DNA of Trump’s world. Thai cupthe White House attorney during the Russia investigation, notes that it comes from top to bottom.
Speaking after the FBI searched Mar-a-Lago for classified documents, Cope said, “I think the president is in a serious legal position, not because of the search, but because of the obstructive activity he did in connection with the Jan. 6 action. That was the first time. in American history in which a president unconstitutionally attempts to remain in power illegally.”
Navarro can slam whatever he wants against Garland and the Department of Justice. His book does not change a basic fact. His trial is set for November 17—just in time for Thanksgiving.
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