Donald Trump’s – “insufficient attention” to threats to America’s Cybersecurity
Causes White House’s National Infrastructure Advisory Council Mass Resignation
8 members (out of 28) of the White House National Infrastructure Advisory Council elected to mass resign over Donald Trump’s lackadaisical views with regards to America’s cybersecurity and for his rather inept thoughts with regards to the violence in Charlottesville.
According to the resignation letter; “You have given insufficient attention to the growing threats to the cybersecurity of the critical systems upon which all Americans depend, including those impacting the systems supporting our democratic election process.”
Correct me if I am wrong here but doesn’t Trump give “insufficient” attention to almost all matters in relation to America? He only speaks for and cares for himself, nothing more or less than that.
And the part of the letter in direct response to Trump’s views about the violence in Charlottesville;
“In taking on this duty, I took an oath to support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic. Today, that oath compels me to resign. The moral infrastructure of our Nation is the foundation on which our physical infrastructure is built. The Administration’s actions undermine that foundation.”
It’s been rumored that several businesses leaders, members of the media, special councils and members of them, have begun to sever ties with Trump over his feelings with regards to Charlottesville.
What’s more is that Trump’s approval rating keeps hitting new lows, in fact, he has actually hit the lowest mark ever for any president in US history during his first year. You would think after 7 months in he would be striving for more here.
Trump’s current approval rating is sitting at 34% which is worse than President Barack Obama’s ever was.
No president in history has sat this long under 40%, and Trump has gracefully managed that feat with about the same effort that he puts into actually being a president, behaving like a president and just overall being a decent human being.
Bravo Mr. President, Bravo.
Cristal M Clark