Corey Lewandowski: John Kelly should not try to ‘change Donald Trump’

July 31, 2017

Lewandowski-Pond_Lawsuit_49381.jpg-95f91_c0-182-2184-1455_s885x516President Trump’s former campaign manager said Sunday that retired Marine Gen. John Kelly, the incoming White House chief of staff, would do well to avoid trying to “change” Mr. Trump via his new role.

“The thing that General Kelly should do is not try to change Donald Trump,” Corey Lewandowski said on NBC’s “Meet the Press.”

“You have to let Trump be Trump,” Mr. Lewandowski said. “That is what has made him successful over the last 30 years. That is what the American people voted for. And anybody who thinks they’re going to change Donald Trump doesn’t know Donald Trump.”

In an abrupt shake-up, Mr. Trump announced late last week that Mr. Kellywould be replacing outgoing chief of staff Reince Priebus, who reportedly clashed with new White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci.

69 Comments - what are your thoughts?

  • Niko says:

    Trump is right on the money in how he acts and what he says. If you can’t handle it like the RHINOS and other snowflake fools to damn bad. I personally do not care fur Gen. Kelly or some of his other pics because of their views on shitslam, they are just to damn soft and careful not to step on muslimes sensibilities and toes so to speak. What a crock – the DOD, DOJ, not wanting to call the muslime brotherhoodless a terrorist entity is beyond baffling. Personally all of shitslam and anything shitslamic in AMERICA MUST BE CRUSHED BEYOND COMPARE WITH AN IRON FIST!!!!!.

  • Not_Easily_Impressed says:

    A military man understands military command. The author of this screed is apparently not a product of military discipline.

    1. bobnstuff says:

      Kelly understand military discipline but the White House isn’t military. I truly hope Kelly is strong willed enough to get the White House to work but I fear he is fighting a lost cause. Trump has put together a collection of interesting people but they sure can’t be described as a team.

      1. goldie says:

        BS bob. What does “Commander-in-Chief” mean to you?

        1. bobnstuff says:

          Do you know nothing about how our government works. Trump isn’t a dictator even if he wants to be and we have a democracy. The chief of staff can’t give orders the way a general could. He doesn’t have that kind of power.

          1. goldie says:

            Who the h–l is he dictating to? You yourself said that congress is not following. Your story changes as you feel the need.

          2. bobnstuff says:

            His problem is he isn’t a dictator even if he wants to be. No one is following him and he doesn’t understand why. You can’t run the country by bullying people as much as he would like to. Congress, the republican party or the rest of the world is not impressed with him. Only his mindless minions are still following him and they have no power.

          3. Pete says:

            The “mindless minions” you address have Donald J Trump as their advocate. In spite of his detractors, he is without question the most powerful individual on the planet, just like Obama before him was. He controls the diplomatic reins of, at the present, a stable & expanding economic system. As protector of the nation, he commands the largest most lethal military force (strategically at least five times as lethal as any other) in existence.
            I may be included in your definition of a mindless minion but it does give me comfort knowing we have the man as President

          4. bobnstuff says:

            Trump sold them on the idea he had their backs but his actions so far have been to help his wealthy friends. So far he has removed regulations on environmental protection that had protected the watersheds in some of the poorest parts of the country, he has purposed cut in funding for programs that would help the very voters that have supported him. He wants to remove consumer protections in the banking industry. I can’t see much he has done for those people other then feed them full of false hope. As far as his power, yes the office gives him great power but he has damaged it by not understanding it. Our nation is powerful with or without him. We are more powerful with a great leader which so far Trump hasn’t proven to be.

          5. Pete says:

            Bob, Bob, your ignorance of authority of a Presidents Chief of Staff is colossal. The man has unhindered (except for the will of the President) authority to remove any one in the white house staff. He just canned the communications director on his first day in office.
            Stay tuned for a stable and exceptionally close lipped white house staff. It should take Mr Kelly less than two weeks to shut it down.

          6. bobnstuff says:

            I hope you are right about a stable White House but I will wait and see since the guy at the top isn’t stable himself. I give Kelly six months before Trump fires him or he gets feed up with his boss.

  • mort_f says:

    If you cannot act, sing, dance, or write … then become a critic.
    Far better for this country if change were made to the Schumers, Pelosis, MCains, and a slew of others. We now have a ‘leader’ who leads from the front, instead of an erudite snake who led from behind Spare me the ‘presidential’, leave that for graduates of acting schools, performing in Hollywood movies..

    1. bobnstuff says:

      I’m sorry but where in the last six months have you see anyone following Trump, I’m not talking about his mindless minions but others in power? Congress sure isn’t part of his parade, the other world leaders have pretty much written him off. Even his own staff are having problems following him because he seems to be just bouncing around and not really going anywhere. He isn’t even giving clear directions as to where he wants people to go. Show me where he is leading. You really aren’t leading if no one is following.

      1. chw2000 says:

        Here we go again. More BS from BSBob. President Trump is being betrayed by his own party. The Republicans said they would repeal and replace Obamacare and Trump campaigned on that very premise. He can not r&r from the White House. Congress has to do that. The Republicans never thought he could win and many don’t like him simply because he’s an “outsider”. They, like you, think they’re smarter and Trump isn’t able to make those long term decisions that they have screwed up for so many years. The Congress is acting like a bunch of spoiled kids that are refusing to follow. It;s not Trump’s fault. But then you’re the smartest kid in the room. Now go phuk yourself BSBob. You’re nothing but a liberal a$$ hole!

        1. bobnstuff says:

          Trump lied about having a plan for a better healthcare bill. He said no one would lose insurance and the costs would come down. Did you see any of that in the bills in congress or have you seen the plan Trump claimed to have. As I said who is following our great leader? Just the lemmings like you.You aren’t a leader if no one follows you.

          1. goldie says:

            The best health care bill would be to get the gov’t the h–l out of our healthcare. Repeal oscare and give us back what we had. And medicare/medicaid would not fail if we didn’t have so many able-bodied people sitting at home drawing welfare checks and living off the ones who work. With his expanding of the welfare state and crushing of job opportunities, obama harmed this nation hugely – and meant to. Thank God he’s gone and we have a leader in the White House again who cares about Americans.

          2. bobnstuff says:

            That’s not what Trump has said in the past. It’s not what he said while campaigning so I guess you don’t agree with him on healthcare. Also give me a number of able body people at home collecting welfare checks, just a number, you should be able to do that if it’s that big a problem. Also give a number of jobs lost because of the ACA. I know that if it’s repealed we in Pa. will lose 190,000 good paying jobs.

          3. goldie says:

            I didn’t say President Trump said that; it was my opinion. Believe me, Americans are trying to get that message through to Washington, and we will.

          4. bobnstuff says:

            I’m waiting for the number you claim are home collecting checks who should be working. Trump made promises to get votes. One was healthcare for all at a cost they could afford. He also promised jobs. He made a lot of promises that he isn’t keeping and since he can’t get congress to follow him none of them will happen. Mister deal maker isn’t very good at making deals with congress. Maybe if he stopped calling them names it would help.

          5. Pete says:

            Bob. Bob, there are not 190,000 professional healthcare workers still working in that state. Stop pulling figures from whre the sun does not shine!!!!

          6. dmttbt says:

            Amen to that, the only thing that can destroy a great economy is the united states government. The democrats think that Obama was just mistaken when he said keep your doctor. He kept making the same mistake over and over and that is suppose to be just a mistake. Do we want someone running the country who makes mistakes like that one after the other. Hillary supposedly the most qualified couldn’t tell classified from general. Possibly because she had them to mark them as C instead. She and her husband are two of the most corrupt people who have ever been on the government payroll.

          7. Dee says:

            Agree Goldie ! That Bob guy sounds like a liberal moron . They’re out there , but so are We the Trumpers !!
            MAGA !!

          8. retiredairforce says:

            DemonRATS rammed that special interest created disaster down the American people’s throats in the dead of night. Senators were bribed and congress exempted themselves from Obamacare while Americans continue to suffer. Many lost their doctors, specialized care including treatment for cancer, premiums have gone up 160 percent in Arizona and by triple digits in other states and deductibles have increased to the point where many can’t afford care. Some states are down to one insurer as exchanges continue to fold. Employer mandates and taxes are the main reason why 95 percent those so called jobs created under Obama were part time service sector jobs. Obama promised illegal aliens would not be eligible for subsidies but broke another promise by proposing them to illegal aliens and Hellary would have given them to illegal aliens while homeless vets are unable to get healthcare and forage through garbage cans. Is that the rose colored future liberals have envisioned for this country as they want a continuation of that garbage. No future for the rest of us.

          9. goldie says:

            I personally don’t have insurance anymore – it’s called insurance, but like President Trump said, I have to be hit by a truck to use it. I’m SO glad my tax dollars are providing insurance for someone else! (sarc)

          10. chw2000 says:

            Hey idiot, who said “if you like your plan you can keep your plan”, if you like your doctor you can keep your doctor” and “the average premium cost will go down by $2500/year”? Tell us again who lied. You’re an a$$ hole Bob.

          11. bobnstuff says:

            Trump: There’s many different ways, by the way.
            Everybody’s got to be covered. This is an un-Republican thing for me to say because a lot of times they say, “No, no, the lower 25 percent that can’t afford private. But–”

            Pelley: Universal health care.

            Trump: I am going to take care of everybody. I
            don’t care if it costs me votes or not. Everybody’s going to be taken care of much better than they’re taken care of now.


            Is this not what Trump promised?

          12. chw2000 says:

            So you give Obama a pass on all the lies he said and even though there’s no new health care plan, you claim Trump lied. How about we wait as see what a new plan looks like before you make your claims. The CBO is making guesses about how many would loose coverage without considering that most of those are people that only buy health insurance because Obamacare forces them to. Give it time Bob.

          13. bobnstuff says:

            Trump has lied more times in six months the Obama and Bush combined. Here’s another good one, his campaign had no contact with the Russian.
            How about his Taxes, He said he would show them, didn’t he?
            Trump claimed he had a health plan.
            Also get your facts straight on just who will lose their insurance. You know you really shouldn’t try to make up facts, your mane isn’t Trump.

      2. goldie says:

        Oh they will be following the elections in 2018. America – minus the trash – loves President Trump (because he loves America) and we will continue to clean house over the next years. The house-(and senate)cleaning has only begun.

        1. bobnstuff says:

          So you believe if we wait for half Trumps term to be over people will start to follow him? You also seem to believe that the American people will still love him when he has gotten nothing he promised to do for two years. Interesting.

          1. goldie says:

            Oh, you must be one of those people who think that a few counties should dictate to the whole country who the president should be – otherwise you would know that America elected him because they liked him – and still do. The silent majority is silent yet, but not forever, because the violent minority is not yet held in check by law enforcement, and they feel it’s safer to be silent. But not forever, not forever.

          2. bobnstuff says:

            He was elected because people like Clinton less then him. he got 27% of the registered voters votes not even 50% of the ones that did show up voted for him and as he keeps failing people who did vote are getting less and less happy with him. The silent majority didn’t even show up to vote. As I ask who is following him?

          3. I Seigel says:

            You must be one of those people who think that…… Actually, you’re one of those people who don’t think.

            “America elected him because they liked him”? NO, “America” didn’t elect him. A majority of Americans voted for the other candidate. He was elected because Kushner used his laptop to figure out where the counties were that needed to vote Republican in order to get the electoral votes. He won because of superior data analysis, not because “they liked him”.

          4. goldie says:

            Oh, now Kushner’s laptop did it. Boy you left wing nutjob conspiracy theorists are working overtime.

          5. bobnstuff says:

            How many people voted? how many voted for Trump? What percent of the vote did he get? Simple math.

          6. goldie says:

            Ever hear of the electoral college? I guess it’s true – you can’t fix stupid.

          7. bobnstuff says:

            I didn’t say Trump wasn’t President but don’t kid yourself into thinking the majority of country is behind him or even like him. Remember always that more people voted for others then for him. Since election he has done nothing to try to get the support of the majority that didn’t vote for him and in fact is driving away many who did vote for him. He has lost the respect of our alias and has only small support in our own government. You except his lies and follow him blindly because if you take time to think you will see just who he is.

          8. Pete says:

            Math that makes you feel better about the election. Total number of votes garnered by a candidate is Constitutional irrelevant when applied to every presidential election in our nations history. This past election is no exception.
            If you want to change that process then establish a Constitutional Convention for that purpose. That is the only method available.

          9. I Seigel says:

            You DID know that Trump’s team was bragging about this back in November, don’t you? These are facts. I didn’t make them up.

          10. Pete says:

            People in the political consulting business (4 to 5 thousand) were well aware of the demographic make up of US counties long before Mr Kushner graduated from grade school.
            If Hillary Rodham Clinton would have listened to her husband and the several dozen consultants that worked for her, She would now be sitting in the oval office.
            Bill (one of the most astute politicians around) told her well in advance where she needed to spend her time and resources, She didn’t listen to that advise and has no one to blame but herself.

          11. I Seigel says:

            You’ll get no argument from me . She was not that good a candidate. She was lazy and just assumed the office was hers for the taking.

      3. dmttbt says:

        When you lead from behind the sight never changes. I suppose you are happy with that situation. The elections were held and yes there was illegal voting but it was all in favor of Hillary Clinton. I can’t believe that we the united states go to other countries so they will have free and fair elections. We don’t even have that at home. Vietnam is a great example after thousands killed and 10 to 15 years later with the opposition in prison they had elections and I doubt seriously if they were free and fair.

        1. bobnstuff says:

          Here’s funny thing but the convictions for voter fraud have people voting for Trump as much as Clinton. In case you missed the news the Russian tried to influence our elections and it was Trump they were supporting. Even the new chief of staff believes this. Now as far as ;leading from behind, even then you can see that they are leading because people are going the way they wanted them to. Can you say that for Trump?

          1. Dee says:

            Only an idiot would thing Putin wanted Trump above Clinton . The Clintons have been Very Good to Putin ! The whole Russia thing is BS . It was a disgruntled dnc whistleblower who sent those emails to wiki leaks . Anything that says different is falsified docs , something I would bet the Libs would put fwd.

          2. bobnstuff says:

            Putin has a $500 billion deal that he believed Trump would let go through. It almost happened to. Trump was going to lift sanctions but congress has put a stop to it. I wonder if Putin will ask for his bribe back?

          3. retiredairforce says:

            Hmmmm what about Uranium1 with hundreds of millions of dollars to the Clinton Foundation racket, 35 million to Podesta, Hillary/Ukrainian government collusion to dig up dirt on Trump, Wasserman-Schultz IT Pakistani family tryst who had access to national secrets, committed bank fraud, remained on her payroll even when they weren’t performing their so called duties, fraudulently charged for services, had close ties to Pakistan and may be linked to the Muslim Brotherhood. And libs are obsessed about unproven charges of Trump collusion.

          4. bobnstuff says:

            If Clinton sold the Uranium to the Russian it was one of the biggest ripoffs in history. The Russians own it but they can’t take it out of the country and can only sell it with the approval of the Dept of Energy. Doesn’t sound like a very good deal to me. Also what did they give to the eight other people who had to sign off on the deal.
            Oh and those links to the Muslim Brotherhood are another good one if you check the facts. Trump has closer ties to them because of his business dealings. You see it helps if you check all the facts.

          5. goldie says:

            bob doesn’t accept any facts he doesn’t list himself. Don’t waste your time trying to reason with him – he hasn’t reached the age of reason yet.

          6. Pete says:

            If you are not a socialist when in your 20’s, you have no heart.
            When you reach 40 and are not a conservative your have no brains.

          7. NM Leon says:

            Here’s a funny(but not surprising) thing, but you are full of schitte. It’s more like 9 to 1.


          8. NM Leon says:












            As I said.

          9. bobnstuff says:

            I will make this simple. You know who the Heritage Foundation is, right? Here is their list of every voter fraud case since 2000. There have been 1071 total. Sounds like a lot right. How many votes have been cast over that time period. A quick guess 1.7 billion.

          10. NM Leon says:

            Too funny.

            The title of the paper is, “A SAMPLING OF ELECTION FRAUD CASES FROM ACROSS THE COUNTRY” with the subtitle including, ” THIS IS NOT AN EXHAUSTIVE LIST but simply a sampling that demonstrates the many different ways in which fraud is committed.”

            You prove yourself an idiot once again.

          11. NM Leon says:

            Do you have to practice to appear so stupid or does it come naturally?

            The 4th paragraph of the article says, “On Thursday, The Heritage Foundation is releasing a new edition of its Voter Fraud Database.” with a hot link to the actual database.

            Once again, the title is, “A SAMPLING OF ELECTION FRAUD CASES FROM ACROSS THE COUNTRY” with the subtitle including, ” THIS IS NOT AN EXHAUSTIVE LIST but simply a sampling that demonstrates the many different ways in which fraud is committed.”

          12. bobnstuff says:

            I guess you missed the 1071 number, that’s OK I understand it’s hard to think and support Trump at the same time.

          13. NM Leon says:

            I guess you missed the “THIS IS NOT AN EXHAUSTIVE LIST but simply a SAMPLING that demonstrates the many different ways in which fraud is committed.”.

            That’s okay, I understand that if you had the brains God gave a rock you wouldn’t be a libtard idiot.

    2. I Seigel says:

      Wait, WHAT? You call that LEADING??!! Bwaaa haaaa haaa!!!! What a joke! No chaos at the WH???!!! Say WHAT??!!??

      Why is it EVERY Monday in the newspapers the headline story ALWAYS says something like, “After experiencing the worst week of his short presidency, and against the backdrop of historically low polling numbers….”?

      1. goldie says:

        Anyone who still reads the newspapers is living in a cave.

        1. I Seigel says:

          Well, after I finish reading it, I line my cave with it.

          1. goldie says:

            Good idea.

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  • Ilene Richman says:

    Sometimes a person’s behavior has to be changed to make person more presidential. Trump should be more presidential and stop using the word, “Hell”. It is very low class to use this word constntly.

    1. goldie says:

      Americans knew what he was before they elected him. His speech and mannerisms do not disgust us – better to be himself than a “clean cheat” like most of Washington – adjusting their haloes and acting scandalized about everything on the outside and dirty-dealing behind closed doors. Americans have had enough of that; the leaked tape about the p-word BEFORE the election should have shown that most Americans are not hypocrites. While the other candidate, who has protected her predator of a husband, acted shocked, most Americans admitted to doing at least as much and overlooked it. We can overlook this, too, as long as he does his job well.

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