A recently curated shortlist of candidates to be White House chief of staff in a potential Hillary Clinton administration mostly features a retread of cutthroat political operatives and scandal-tarred players from yesteryear. To be sure, there are less-intriguing names on the list. Among the leading candidates for the top spot in a potential Clinton White House, her chief of staff, are drab bureaucrats. Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack of Iowa. President Obama’s former “Ebolza czar,” Ron Klain of Indiana. “This is a cheryl [sic] special … Know you love her, but this stuff is like her Achilles heal [sic]. Or kryptonite. she just can’t say no to this sh**.” But the contender most believe is standing firmly in the front of the line to lead another Clinton White House is her campaign chairman, a longtime figure in and around Clinton scandals — John Podesta. Politico, who compiled the list of front-runners to be Clinton’s right hand based on interviews with Democratic insiders, noted Podesta leads the potential
Trump is right on approximately 75 percent of the issues. I wish it was 100 percent. It is not. I am in hopes that those beginning to surround him can help him connect the dots on more issues. Hillary is wrong on 100 percent of the issues.