The White House has been roiled by the op-ed, in which an anonymous senior administration official described coordinated efforts from staff to "thwart" President TrumpDonald John TrumpNorth Korea to cooperate with United States in nuclear talks: report Nike to air Kaepernick ad during 'Thursday Night Football: report Brothel owner who won Nevada GOP primary being investigated over sexual assault allegations MORE's worst instincts.
Hundreds of journalists, bloggers, and citizens are obsessed with a single, uncommon, unconventional, unusual word the author used: "lodestar".
As political observers gleefully parse the anonymous New York Times editorial for clues to its author, one particular theory has been gaining steam based on an unusual word: lodestar.
The president commented on the op-ed during an appearance with Sheriffs and law enforcement officials at the White House.
Pompeo blamed the publication of the op-ed on a media that he said is trying to undermine Trump, a phenomenon he called "incredibly disturbing".
Who wrote the anonymous New York Times op-ed? Pence can not be fired, only impeached.
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"My speechwriter contact: "It's possible Pence's speechwriter authored it".
Mr Bloom cautions that Mr Pence's current speechwriter, Stephen Ford, has been with him since previous year whereas the vice-president has been found to have followed lodestars as far back as 2001. "But you know who uses that word?"
White House officials say this is a regular tactic when leaking information.
"To cover my tracks, I usually pay attention to other staffers' idioms and use that in my background quotes". "That throws the scent off me", That throws the scent off me", one White House official told the news website Axios.
The author argues the "root of the problem is the President's amorality" and assails Trump's "reckless decisions", "erratic behavior" and what he describes as Trump's "impetuous, adversarial, petty and ineffective" leadership style. It has at times been so obsequious as to attract ridicule, as the Huffington Post has reported.
But we believe our first duty is to this country, and the president continues to act in a manner that is detrimental to the health of our republic...