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    Quote Originally Posted by Flashman View Post
    The same people who organised a coup in Ukraine , backed the military take-over in Egypt and started a civil war in Syria?

    Doesn't seem like a great loss really.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SueEllen View Post
    With the senior state officials they always resign when a new administration comes in. The new administration up until now has always declined their resignations simply because they are the people who know how things actually work.
    So do we have confirmation their resignations HAVE been accepted or is it up in the air?

    Oh and for those wondering why it isn't on the BBC - while should an internal US story be on a UK website when our PM is making a official visit and there is loads of other UK, European and world news?
    I saw it on the Independent's site last evening.

    It's on the BBC now but unobtrusively at US & Canada - BBC News with a fairly downplayed slant.

    Maybe it's actually not a very big deal, this is the thing I can't tell without knowing the US well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by d000hg View Post

    Maybe it's actually not a very big deal, this is the thing I can't tell without knowing the US well.
    Not to worry d000hg. You are in the right place.

    There is no shortage of people that will tell you it is a HUGE deal.......even though they don't know the US well either. And ye shall know them by the slope of their forehead!!

    Isn't CUK great for that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by d000hg View Post

    It's on the BBC now but unobtrusively at US & Canada - BBC News with a fairly downplayed slant.

    Maybe it's actually not a very big deal, this is the thing I can't tell without knowing the US well.
    I know people in the US and asked one of them. Problem is as they aren't "normal" Americans e.g. have lived abroad they see political stories of Trump changing things as a big deal.
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