After “beating” Joe Biden in the election, Trump actually chose to wipe out some of his main collaborators, especially by replacing the top administrator of the Pentagon.
Director of the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Bureau, Chris Krebs, Is the latest victim Donald Trump. Was fired for supporting the November 3 presidential election. Krebs himself has always expected this decision, but he himself has always admitted that he did not follow the outgoing president in his allegations-without evidence-voting violation. A little comfort: American cybersecurity experts are very good company.Beneficial after election failure Joe BidenIn fact, Trump has chosen to completely wipe out some of his main collaborators, especially by replacing the top management of the Pentagon.The Pentagon’s own resources define a choice “Sport like a dictator”.
But the first to be eliminated is the head of the Federal Energy Commission (Neil Chatterjee), replaced by James Danly, a Republican advocate who has long been involved in energy and environmental issues. Chatterjee is a Republican, but has always been an independent person in the US government. He advocates pricing carbon emissions, which will increase the energy cost of burning fossil fuels, but can be used to repay the impact of carbon taxes. environmental. As far as Danley is concerned, he opposes the position of his predecessor. Chatterjee hinted in an interview with a Washington examiner that this might be the reason for his step down.
Former Secretary of Defense Mark Esper was the first to leave the Pentagon and was replaced by Christopher Miller, director of the National Counter-Terrorism Center. Esper’s most important thing is that he firmly opposes the use of military police in racist protests against people of color within the African-American community. But the current former head of the Pentagon has repeatedly expressed his concern about Trump’s decision to withdraw US troops from Iraq and Afghanistan quickly.
Soon after Esper’s release, there was news (very strong) that James Anderson, the political affairs officer of the Pentagon, had resigned. Trump has delegated to the controversial Anthony Tata (Anthony Tata). He has repeatedly accused Islam and offensive remarks in the past, and promoted various conspiracy theories. Barack Obama is a “terrorist leader”, hurting the United States and “helping Islamic countries” are more important than “any president in history.”)
A few hours later, General Joseph Conan, the deputy defense secretary in charge of intelligence, retired and left the Pentagon. Even today, it is still unclear whether Kernan resigned under pressure or was fired by Trump. Of course, his departure hastened. Even in this case, the outgoing president did not waste any time replacing him with Ezra Cohen-Watnick. A Pentagon source commented at the time: “All of this is frightening and very disturbing.” He said that US defense officials are deeply concerned about the latest decision of the White House tenants.
Chris Krebs (Chris Krebs) was fired yesterday, so in chronological order is Trump’s last fired. Krebs (Krebs) is undertaking a difficult task, which is to prevent domestic and foreign hackers from invading huge electoral institutions to sort and count votes. After the polls ended, he declared that the November 3 election was “the safest election in American history.” Trump still did not accept defeat today. He intervened in his own way and announced his decision on Twitter. The expulsion is “effective immediately.” The president explained: “Chris Krebs’s recent statement on the security of the 2020 elections is very inaccurate because “there are a lot of irregularities and fraud-including dead people’s voting and errors in the election machine…” To prove that his decision was not appealed.
(With source Askanews)