Liberals will weep for four years, wear safety pins, and have cry-ins if Donald Trump appoints conservative radio host, Laura Ingraham, as the White House Press Secretary.
Slate – Donald Trump is reportedly thinking about appointing conservative radio host Laura Ingraham to be his White House press secretary. The Fox News contributor “is under serious consideration” for the job, reports the Hill, citing “two sources with direct knowledge.” Best-selling author Ingraham, who began her career as a Supreme Court law clerk, was one of the biggest Trump supporters in the media and helped Trump prepare for the debates.
“With the possible exceptions of Sean Hannity, Ann Coulter and Breitbart, no media figure or outlet did more to promote Trump’s candidacy than Ingraham,” notes the Hill. Ingraham regularly used her appearances on Fox News, as well as her nationally syndicated radio show, to campaign for Trump.
She scratched Donald’s back, and he’s going to scratch back with a nice job in the White House. Of course, this is all under “consideration” and if she doesn’t meet the criteria for the position, then Trump should NOT give it to her.
We have to remember that one of the reasons so many of us voted for Donald Trump is to “drain the swamp” and end corruption. Part of that corruption is handing out jobs to friends who may not be able to do the job.
As long as Trump’s staff verifies that she is very qualified for the job, then sure, give it to her right away.
Do you think she can do the job? I think she’ll be just fine dealing with the press.
Here’s what the White House Press Secretary does, according to Wikipedia (not WikiLeaks):
Wikipedia – The White House Press Secretary is a senior White House official whose primary responsibility is to act as spokesperson for the United States government administration, especially with regard to the President, senior executives, and policies.
The press secretary is responsible for collecting information about actions and events within the president’s administration and issues the administration’s reactions to developments around the world. The press secretary interacts with the media, and deals with the White House press corps on a daily basis, generally in a daily press briefing.
The press secretary serves by the appointment of and at the pleasure of the president; the office does not require the advice and consent of the U.S. Senate, though because of the frequent briefings given to the media, who in turn inform the public, the position is still a very prominent non-Cabinet post.
Laura will do just fine.
And when she’s hired, how long until a liberal asks how much she’s paid and checks to make sure it’s equal women’s pay!!
If there’s one thing Laura will do, it’s shut these buttercups up!