Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Is Goldman Sachs About to Throw Donald Trump Under the Bus?

Gary Cohn, deeply upset
Donald Trump's asinine Charlottesville Deflection is causing some distancing between the Goldman Sachs wing of the Administration and the President.

Former Goldman Sachs president, and current National Economic Council Director, Gary Cohn is said to be deeply disturbed by President Trump's statements in the wake of the violence at a white supremacist demonstration in Charlottesville, Va.

The New York Times White House correspondents Maggie Haberman and Glenn Thrush tweeted Tuesday that Cohn is upset with the president's comments over the past four days, but is not planning to leave the administration.

This is called hedging your bets. Cohn wants to be the next Fed chairman desperately. There is little he wouldn't suffer through to gain that position but he must think that the President is vulnerable to losing the presidency or he wouldn't be caught in such a manner expressing concerns that could be leaked to the media.



  1. Not that I care that much about this DC clown troupe, but Trump could simply demand "Climber Cohn" or any other public malcontents retract or resign. All are replaceable.

  2. The idea that Goldman Sachs ever had the back of anything or anyone other than Goldman Sachs is ludicrous.