Trump’s Defense Dept Accused of Stalling Biden’s Transition Team

January 20th 2021 can’t come soon enough…

President Trump refuses to publicly acknowledge that Joe Biden is the President-elect, and the Trump Administration continues to find ways to make the transition process as difficult as possible.

The latest drama involves the transition of the Defense Department. As reported by Reuters, Biden’s transition team led by Yohannes Abraham told reporters on a conference call,

“We were concerned to learn this week about an abrupt halt in the already limited cooperation there,” Abraham said.


Acting Secretary of Defense Chris Mill responded that meetings have re-scheduled, not “canceled or refused” meetings. Adding that the Dept of Defense and the transition team agreed on a “two-week pause” for the holidays. According to Abraham, there was no such agreement in place.

If this was a normal transition, taking some time for the holidays wouldn’t be an unrealistic request, except this transition has been anything but normal. The transition process didn’t start until November 23rd, so everyone needs to get to work!

In light of the Russian Cyber-Attacks news, the Biden Administration really has to hit the ground running and can’t afford delays in transition.

As always…

If there is something to be said, “It’s On Broadway” to step up and say it!!

According to History Incumbents Tend to do Poorly in Their 1st Debate…

While history will show that incumbents (presidents) usually don’t perform well in the 1st debate. I don’t know if we can apply those same rules to someone like Donald J Trump.

In 2012 then President Barack Obama went into his 1st debate against Mitt Romney, with a little cockiness and did not emphasis debate prep work. A hour later Obama walked off the stage rocked by a well prepared Romney.

Obama would regain his debate form and arguably won the next 2 debates (or tied) and went on to a 2nd term as president of the United States.

So what is it about the first debate for incumbents? It’s actually pretty simple. A president tends to be busy with domestic/foreign affairs, you know being presidential. And after 4-years of being president there is not much debating you are doing. The closest thing to it would be holding a press conference and taking questions from the media.

But those same rules don’t really apply to President Trump and Joe Biden will have to be on his game. So what makes Trump different?

He doesn’t care about facts or being correct. Trump cares about embarrassing and making sure he’s not embarrassed. So he will do what he has done best for his entire career… Attacking people and telling lies, and Biden has too be careful not fall into the trap of trying to counter Trump’s BS and stick to his script. Every once in awhile throw in a zinger and Fact-Check Trump but do go down a rabbit hole.

For Trump, he just has to be Trump, and that means we have no idea what he will be!