Donald Trump suggests 'Mad Dog' James Mattis could soon leave post

Yolanda Curtis
October 15, 2018

This would have been a good playbook for a conservative-but-not-category-busting President Marco Rubio or Jeb Bush, perhaps; all players could say their piece, and all could go home relatively unscathed.

When speaking about the immigration crisis and his misstep with his executive order that changed the way Border Patrol operated taking children away from their families.

"There have to be consequences for coming into a country illegally", Trump said.

Asked last month about reports he may be leaving, Mattis said: "I wouldn't take it seriously at all".

TRUMP: And you want to know something? "But it's the same as Obama".

Trump is nearly certain to delight on how Steve Doocy, Ainsley Earhardt and Brian Kilmeade, each took turns praising the president or amplifying Trump's same criticisms.

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President Donald Trump dismisses rumors that Defense Secretary James Mattis is on his way out of the administration. "When you look a taxes, when you look at regulation when you look at making deals with other countries - nobody's been able to do something like this". That "60 Minutes" went looking for something greater is more proof than viewers needed that their approach to the President left them outmatched. But it's a very deceptive world. "I'm not a baby, I know all these things", Trump countered, before explaining: "I get along with him really well". Lesley Stahl grilled Trump like a cheeseburger over the now infamous campaign rally. where Trump suggested Dr. Ford was a liar, to the delight of thousands who cackled their approval. "I think he's sort of a Democrat, if you want to know the truth", Mr Trump said, according to an excerpt released by CBS. They then call to a normally chatty class of people. And Trump exposed it with his contemptuous, "Why should I pledge to you?" As you know, the margin of victory was razor thin.

STAHL: Do you agree that Vladimir Putin is involved in assassinations?

Lesley Stahl: Do you still think that climate change is a hoax?

"Hey, that's OK. That's OK". "And I think, frankly, China is a bigger problem", said the president.

At a rally in MS earlier this month, the president mocked Ford, who has accused Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault. "I don't think it's a hoax", he told Stahl. As for Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election, Trump said he believed they meddled, but China meddled, too. He claimed he was really just calling into question what she didn't remember. I have a good chemistry with him.

Asked what he has learned and what he was most surprised by since becoming president, Trump, who never held political office before entering the White House, bemoaned the political atmosphere in Washington. I - I - I like - I get along with him, okay?

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"Man he didn't want to answer that", Stahl observed.

"There are some people that I'm not happy with".

Trump responded, "No. The way you asked me a question, like about separation".

Stahl pressed: but is there anything you regret?

Pentagon spokesman Colonel Rob Manning said in a brief statement: "Secretary Mattis is laser-focused on doing his job - ensuring the USA military remains the most lethal force on the planet".

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