By Blake Edmunds
According to a leaked email from White House mole “Orange Throat,” Trump administration insiders are beginning to get their resumes in order.
Orange Throat said administration officials secretly admit that Trump’s days are numbered.
“He has as much chance of survival as a black guy in a horror movie,” said Orange Throat.
Apart from being hit with a new scandal every week, Trump now has to deal with the widening investigation by Special Prosecutor Robert Mueller.
A Vanity Fair article by Gabriel Sherman, the reporter who broke the FOX News sex scandal, painted a picture of a White House where officials were huddled in fear and awaiting the boom to drop.
“Here’s what Manafort indictment tells me: Mueller is going to go over every financial dealing of Jared Kushner and the Trump Organization,” said former Trump campaign aide Sam Nunberg, according to Vanity Fair. “Trump is at 33 percent in Gallup. You can’t go any lower. He’s f**ked.”
Sherman also said former White House advisor and white supremacist Steve Bannon has warned the president he may be ousted by the 25th amendment.
“Two weeks ago, according to a source, Bannon did a spitball analysis of the Cabinet to see which members would remain loyal to Trump in the event the 25th Amendment were invoked, thereby triggering a vote to remove the president from office. Bannon recently told people he’s not sure if Trump would survive such a vote,” wrote Sherman.
According to a Washington Post article, some “Never Trump” conservatives and libertarians are currently waiting for the president to be pushed aside.
A group called the Meeting of the Concerned, which includes former presidential candidate Evan McMullin and Weekly Standard Co-Founder Bill Kristol, gathers every two weeks and plans to release a statement urging other Republicans to stop any attempts to fire Mueller.
“We hereby call on House Speaker Ryan and Senate Majority Leader McConnell to make clear, both publicly and privately, that they support the Mueller investigation and regard any interference with that investigation, including dismissal of the special counsel or preemptive pardons of investigation targets, as completely unacceptable. We further urge all Republican members of Congress to issue public statements on these issues as well,” said the group in a letter provided to the Post.