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President Trump (left), James Mattis (right)

In the light of Secretary of Defense James Mattis resignation, many liberals and liberal news networks including Nancy Pelosi, CNN, The Washington Post and others took to twitter to pour out their frustrations. Some went as far as demanding for President Trump’s
impeachment while others gave threats of committing suicide. Mattis Resignation came right after Trump made the decision to withdraw U.S. troops from syria.

From Gateway pundit: “The Establishment is melting down after the sudden resignation by Secretary of Defense James Mattis on Thursday. Talk of impeachment, coups, and suicide abound over fears that Mattis was the last ‘adult’ keeping President Trump in check.

Nancy Pelosi had this to say on twitter:

General Mattis was a comfort to many who were concerned about the path the Trump Admin would choose to take. His resignation letter is defined by statements of principle — principles that drove him to leave the Administration. All of us should be concerned at this time.

— Nancy Pelosi (@NancyPelosi) December 21, 2018 

From CNN:
Shaken, saddened, scared: Washington erupts over the resignation of Defense Secretary James Mattis

— CNN (@CNN) December 21, 2018 

From The Washington Post:

A sad day for America’: Washington fears a Trump unchecked by Mattis

— The Washington Post (@washingtonpost) December 21, 2018 

Senator Richard Blumenthal (D-CT):

Sen. Richard Blumenthal on Mattis resignation: “This decision to resign is virtually our worst nightmare… on the Armed Services Committee.”

— The Hill (@thehill) December 21, 2018

Talking about committing suicide, we have this:

I think I speak for all national security reporters tonight when I say I’m about ready to jump off a cliff. But at least I already wrote the “who will replace Mattis” story two months (only two months?????) ago @ForeignPolicy

— Lara Seligman (@laraseligman) December 21, 2018

Sam is a reporter at Truthseries who covers a range of subjects, particularly focusing on media bias, politics, and the convergence of politics and culture. Keeping our politicians in check should be a civic duty.

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