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  • Ex-Mattis aide evades answering if he’s anonymous author of anti-Trump book ‘A Warning’ (TR)

    11/25/2019 3:18:20 PM PST · by bkopto · 22 replies
    Fox News ^ | 11/25/2019 | brian flood
    Former Pentagon aide Guy Snodgrass would neither confirm nor deny Monday that he is the anonymous administration official who wrote "A Warning" during an evasive appearance on Fox News amid speculation that he was indeed the writer of the controversial anti-Trump book. Gallagher then asked if he was denying writing “A Warning” or simply declining to make the announcement at this time and Snodgrass – who sent a cryptic message “the swirl continues” earlier in the day – continued to sidestep the question. Gallagher asked, “Why not just deny it outright?" Snodgrass offered a vague response that it was “the...
  • EXCLUSIVE: Defense secretary Jim Mattis said he would rather 'swallow acid' than let Donald Trump...

    10/25/2019 1:20:50 PM PDT · by RummyChick · 105 replies
    Dm ^ | 10/25/2019 | daniel bates
    Former secretary of defense Jim Mattis told aides he would rather 'swallow acid' than allow Trump to throw a $50million 'Victory Parade', and said the president's summit with Putin was a display of the White House seeking 'instant gratification', a new book reveals. Mattis, who was known as 'Mad Dog' during his career in the military, resigned in December 2018 following Trump's decision to withdraw US troops from Syria. The defense chief's former speechwriter Guy Snodgrass has detailed his clashes with the president in new book, Holding The Line: Inside Trump's Pentagon With Secretary Mattis, obtained by ahead of...
  • Mannix likely state GOP's next chairman (Oregon)

    12/12/2002 9:28:20 AM PST · by B Knotts · 31 replies · 241+ views
    Oregonian/Oregon Live ^ | 12/12/2002 | Jeff Mapes
    Five weeks after losing a tight race for Oregon governor, Kevin Mannix resurfaced Wednesday as the sudden odds-on favorite to become chairman of a state Republican Party divided by a bitter leadership fight. The party's current chairman, Perry Atkinson, and his chief rival, Lynn Snodgrass -- recruited for the post by Sen. Gordon Smith, R-Ore. -- both dropped out of the race and said they would support Mannix. "My concern is reaching out to everybody in the party and pulling everybody together," said Mannix, who as Republican chairman would gain a platform to continue critiquing the work of the man...
  • Oregon GOP leaders toss around accusations

    11/21/2002 1:17:51 PM PST · by B Knotts · 5 replies · 241+ views
    Associated Press (Statesman-Journal) ^ | 11/21/2002 | Julia Silverman
    <p>PORTLAND - The post-election infighting among Oregon's Republican party officials is escalating, with some saying U.S. Sen. Gordon Smith hogged the party's pot of money this year, at the expense of other GOP candidates.</p> <p>Smith disputes the charges, and so does narrowly defeated gubernatorial candidate Kevin Mannix, survivor of the party's highest-profile loss, who says he blames no one but himself.</p>
  • State GOP chairman will fight to keep job (Oregon)

    11/19/2002 8:56:17 AM PST · by B Knotts · 15 replies · 233+ views
    Oregon Live/Oregonian ^ | 11/19/2002 | Jeff Mapes
    Oregon Republican Chairman Perry Atkinson, angrily complaining that the state's two Republicans in Congress are trying to "stab him in the back," on Monday said he intends to run for another term. Atkinson said he was confident he had the votes to win re-election, even though Sen. Gordon Smith and Rep. Greg Walden recruited another candidate -- former Oregon House Speaker Lynn Snodgrass -- to run for the party chairmanship. Atkinson, who had been silent about his re-election plans since Snodgrass announced on Nov. 7, said he thinks Smith and Walden are intent on a "hostile takeover" of the party...