Trump, Impeachment, and the Bureaucracy | National Review
Andy McCarthy is correct when he says that the foreign-policy bureaucracy was not elected and is supposed to follow the policies of the president.
Why I don't agree with
on what impeachment is about.
Intellectual defenses of Trump tend to be long-winded and circuitous while rebuttals of those pieces tend to be short and direct, I think because defending Trump often means avoiding some inconvenient truth and rebuttals just need to point it out
"One sign that something is afoot might be that the president is running one policy through his bureaucrats while seeming to run another through outside advisers."