Grenell brings foreign policy chops and more than a decade of political experience to the aggressive but relatively young Romney staff. His is one in a series of hires as the presumptive Republican nominee rapidly expands his small staff as it moves into the general election against President Obama.
During all eight years of President George W. Bushs tenure, Grenell served as the administrations director of communications and public diplomacy at the United Nations. He advised four U.S. ambassadors to the United Nations: John D. Negroponte, John C. Danforth, John R. Bolton and Zalmay Khalilzad.
And friend of Bolton. And out of the closet. It will be interesting to see what mud the opposition tries to throw at him.. and what they get back in their faces in response. Have fun, Mr. Grenell, and thank you for stepping up.
Remember, Mr. Corzine is a DEMOCRAT, former DEMOCRATIC senator and governor, former head of Goldman Sachs, and currently accused of misappropriating money from his last company, MF Global. But he's still bundling money for Champ, and Champ is taking it.
Posted by: Steve White ||
04/21/2012 00:00 ||
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Well,he hasn't been convicted or anything.
Posted by: Rambler in Virginia ||
04/21/2012 2:26 Comments ||
Well he hasn't been arrested, or looked at.
1 Billion Dollars (muhaha) of other peoples money disappeared whilst under his control. Did he pay Dr Evil? "No-one" can say what happened to the cash. Oh well your republic used to work ok.
looking for that "Marc Rich" Moment. Pardons on the way out the door?
Posted by: Frank G ||
04/21/2012 8:51 Comments ||
They don't let pedophiles near schools. Why do they let these bundlers, tax cheats, thieves and money manipulators near the cash register? This guy will probably walk and never be indicted for anything. Don't look for an Enron here.
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