Ex-CIA activist and former candidate for President of the United States David Robert Steele has a few suggestions for Donald Trump to ensure the success of his presidency, and more generally, the Republican Party.
For those who don’t know, David Robert Steele is not only a political activist but also the “pro bono Chief Enabling Officer of Earth Intelligence News,” which is a “501c3 devoted to teaching holistic analytics, true cost economics, and open source everything engineering,” according to his website.
Although Steele voted for Donald Trump in the November election, the former CIA agent is particularly critical of the President. In a memorandum that Steele shared which eventually went viral, he calls Trump an “accidental” president. “Get a grip,” he says bluntly in the memo. “I voted for you, but only 27 percent of the eligible voters of this country voted for you.”
But despite his rather harsh remarks, Steele has also said that Donald Trump has the potential to be the greatest president of all time, potentially even greater than John F. Kennedy. However, the way Steele sees it, Donald Trump can only achieve this level of greatness if he takes immediate action to reform the country and some parts of his administration.
The first thing Trump must do in order to become the greatest president in modern history, according to Steele, is to diversify his senior team. Steele recommends recruiting people like Cynthia McKinney, Dennis Kucinich, Ralph Nader and Jesse Ventura in order to “strangle the extreme left and open up the middle.” Steele then recommends that Trump tour the fifty states with his new diversified team.
Next, Steele recommends Trump “organize a grand strategy summit” and televise it for the public. At the strategy summit, Steele says, President Trump should “address all high level threats and all cabinet policy domains in context of achieving a balanced budget.”
In a separate televised event, Steele makes the case for a Revenue Summit, where Trump would invite Dr. Edgar Feige of Wisconsin to explain to the public his idea of an Automated Payment Transaction Tax. Steele says that such a policy, when implemented, would allow President Trump to eliminate all other taxes and make him a hero in the eyes of the public. (RELATED: Is the income tax legal? Find out what the American people have to say.)
Finally, in order to become the greatest president in modern history, Steele advises Trump to “invite every citizen in debt to sign a Debt Renunciation Pledge.” This would allow Trump to “negotiate, on their behalf, a reduction of the three trillion dollars in student debt, elderly medical debt, and small business and family credit card debt.” Steele says that such a move would help Trump gain the support of an additional 150 million people.
David Robert Steele also warned Trump that the immediate threats he faces are not only overseas, but also right here in our own country. For example, Steele urges Trump to replace Reince Preibus and Michael Flynn, two individuals who were “smart choices for the transition” but are now undermining him. Additionally, in order to survive the next four years as president and “legitimize” his 27 percent support from American voters, Trump must introduce the Electoral Reform Act of 2017.
Steele recommends that the President transform the press area in the White House into a personalized television studio so that Trump can deliver daily fireside chats, much like Franklin Roosevelt did when he was president. This would allow him to bypass the fake news that comes out of the mainstream media and communicate directly with the people.
Finally, Steele writes that Trump should “unleash the FBI, with NSA support, against the Deep State.” This would isolate the pedophiles and other embedded traitors within the Democratic and Republican Parties, people that Steele describes as “the Achilles heel.”
Steele created an online petition on February 24, where he states that he needs 100,000 signatures by March 26, 2017. The purpose of the petition is to see that Trump reads Steeles’s Memorandum, and hopefully gets him a meeting so he can offer his advice. At the time this article was published, the petition had 1,767 signatures.