Foreign media: Trump or replace Matisse, Secretary of defense, after the mid-term elections in the US

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 Foreign media: Trump or replace Matisse, Secretary of defense, after the mid-term elections in the US


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[World Wide Web Roundup] US President Trump wants to replace Secretary of defense Matisse? Recently, the speculation in the US media continues. According to Russian satellite network reported on the 16th, New York Times quoted several sources from the Pentagon, the White House and Congress as saying that Trump is considering the possibility of replacing the current Defense Secretary James Matisse.

After the midterm elections, the New York Times said, there could be fierce re-election battles, so Trump is considering whether he wants someone who is more supportive of him than Matisse to run the Pentagon. White House sources said that Trumps request had been boycotted by Matisse. For example, because Matisse, Trumps decision to prohibit transsexuals from joining the army was delayed.

Just 13 days ago, a US military media called Military Times reported that Trump might have fired Defense Secretary Matisse with a rather sensational headline, Mad Dog turned into Hound Dog: Matisse and Trump were in constant friction. Reported that Trump is considering replacing the current Secretary of defense Matisse. Some of the latest rumors are even more detailed: in closed-door talks, because of Matisses political position was disappointed, Trump called Matisse the dog.

In the past, Trump would not shy away from using the nickname Mad Dog, Matisses nickname in the Iraq war, to prove that he had chosen a smart, aggressive leader for the Defense Department when he formed his cabinet. Politician website also said in a report on the 12th, Trump has changed his mind, he thinks Matisse now than he hoped too much mild. The new nickname Pug suggests Matisse may leave the Pentagon in the coming months, as Trump seeks a high degree of agreement between cabinet members and his policies. The mid-term elections to the U.S. Congress on November 6 will be crucial to the political outlook of the United States, according to the satellite network. Elections will not only have an impact on the process of passing legislative decisions, but could also start the process of impeaching the incumbent president if Congressional control is transferred to Democrats. Source: Global Times - World Wide Web. More brilliant, please log on to World Wide Web http://www.huanqiu.com editor: Xu Meng _NN7485

In the past, Trump would not shy away from using the nickname Mad Dog, Matisses nickname in the Iraq war, to prove that he had chosen a smart, aggressive leader for the Defense Department when he formed his cabinet.

Politician website also said in a report on the 12th, Trump has changed his mind, he thinks Matisse now than he hoped too much mild. The new nickname Pug suggests Matisse may leave the Pentagon in the coming months, as Trump seeks a high degree of agreement between cabinet members and his policies.

The mid-term elections to the U.S. Congress on November 6 will be crucial to the political outlook of the United States, according to the satellite network. Elections will not only have an impact on the process of passing legislative decisions, but could also start the process of impeaching the incumbent president if Congressional control is transferred to Democrats.