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Mick Mulvaney OUT As White House Chief of Staff After Immigration Sellout, Mark Meadows In

Mulvaney is being replaced by Mark Meadows.

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President Trump announced that acting White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney would be replaced by Republican Congressman Mark Meadows in a Friday night tweet, a development that immigration hawks have sought since the latter appeared to embrace globalist immigration policies.

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Mulvaney had been the acting Chief of Staff at the beginning of 2019, filling the role for far longer than one would expect for an interim official in the position.

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Mulvaney drew the ire of leading immigration hawks- among them primetime Fox host Tucker Carlson– when he bizarrely claimed the United States was “desperate” for buffed levels of legal immigration at a private address to an audience of western political elites in England. Such claims surprised Trump supporters, who expect to see such policy proposals from notorious anti-Trumpers such as Charles Koch, George Soros, and Paul Singer.

Administration officials proceeded to push back behind the scenes in light of his February remarks, which damaged the Trump administration’s image among its most loyal supporters. White House economic policy advisor Larry Kudlow implicitly rebuked Mulvaney’s business-first immigration policy during CPAC, explaining that the first and foremost obligation of federal economic policy as it pertains to immigration lies with American workers.

The departure of Mulvaney had been rumored after the Washington Post reported upon his immigration policy betrayal. Sources indicated that he had been looking for a landing with a prestigious Washington D.C conservative think tank. He’ll instead shift to the role of special envoy to Northern Ireland.

There’s reason to believe that Mark Meadows will be a far preferable alternative to Mulvaney on immigration policy, possessing a strong track record on the subject matter throughout his career as a member of Congress representing North Carolina.

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President Trump Chides Fake News Hack on White Privilege Theory: ‘You Really Drank the Kool-Aid, Didn’t You?’

Trump isn’t buying the Marxist propaganda.

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President Donald Trump is pushing back against the conspiracy theory known as “white privilege,” which is the Marxist notion that everything that white people have achieved is due to unfair advantages in society.

Trump addressed the notion of white privilege during an interview with establishment propagandist Bob Woodward.

“But let me ask you this. I mean, we share one thing in common. We’re White, privileged, who- my father was a lawyer and a judge in Illinois, and we know what your dad did,” Woodward said to Trump.

“Do you have any sense that that privilege has isolated and put you in a cave to a certain extent, as it put me, and I think lots of White, privileged people in a cave. And that we have to work our way out of it to understand the anger and the pain, particularly Black people feel in this country. Do you feel–” Woodward added.

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It was at this point that Trump cut off Woodward and set him straight.

“No. You really drank the Kool-Aid, didn’t you? Just listen to you. Wow. No, I don’t feel that at all,” Trump said.

The audio of the interview can be heard here:

Big League Politics has reported on how President Trump banned the teaching of critical race theory, which is biased anti-white indoctrination, within the federal government:

The Trump administration’s Director of the Office of Management and Budget confirmed on Friday that the President is ordering federal agencies to cease any and all planned “trainings” on critical race theory, putting an end to practices of racial discrimination at the highest levels of the federal government…

“We cannot accept our employees receiving training that seeks to undercut our core values as Americans and drive division within our workforce,” states Vought within the memorandum directed to the heads of executive departments and agencies.

Federal departments and agencies such as the U.S Treasury and Sandia National Laboratories have been previously busted for implementing mandatory anti-white training programs in which any and all white employees of the organizations was compelled to admit their own supposed racism, and write letters of “apology” to women and individuals who identify their race as anything other than White.

The memorandum on the critical race theory training ban explains that the widespread practices run against the American tradition of treating others on merit and anti-discrimination.

Discovery Institute Research Fellow Chris Rufo had argued that such an exact ban was necessary when speaking on Tucker Carlson Tonight on Tuesday, an argument that may have spurred the Trump administration into action in implementing a ban on the discriminatory practices.

President Donald Trump is one of the few politicians with the backbone to fight the epidemic of anti-white racism that is sweeping the country.

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