Standing Ovation For Donald Trump Remarks at Phyllis Schlafly Funeral…

Candidate Donald Trump attended funeral services for conservative heroine Phyllis Schlafly today in St. Louis.  Together with his wife Melania and the top two members of his campaign staff, Steve Bannon and Kellyanne Conway, Mr. Trump spoke briefly to the audience prior to funeral services.

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106 Responses to Standing Ovation For Donald Trump Remarks at Phyllis Schlafly Funeral…

  1. markstoval says:

    Donald Trump did a classy thing today. A fair press would say so, but I wager he will not get credit for paying tribute to such a great lady.

    Liked by 32 people

  2. Joe Collins says:

    Surprised that CNN had this video clip.

    Liked by 15 people

  3. Coldeadhands says:

    God bless and keep Phyllis Schlafly and the Trumps.

    Liked by 36 people

  4. I was gonna attempt something profound, but…nah. I love you Donald J. Trump and rest in peace Mrs. Schlafly.

    Liked by 44 people

  5. cheryl says:

    Mrs. Schlafly will be greatly missed for the staunch conservative she was. RIP

    Liked by 25 people

  6. azchick says:

    Proud to be a deplorable.

    Liked by 32 people

  7. JRD says:

    Trump is a class act. It was the right thing to show his respects for Phyllis.
    I so loved this lady. I will truly miss her.
    Rejoice, Phyllis, you have earned your place with your Maker.
    You were an inspiration to us all.

    Liked by 27 people

  8. Phyllis Schlafly RIP. You picked a winner and were courageous enough to let the world know.

    Liked by 25 people

  9. paper doll says:

    Regardless how it’s twisted by the media, Trump goes forward and does what is right… that is what a leader does.

    Liked by 25 people

    • Sayit2016 says:

      Has anyone noticed that Trump manages to be where it is important every time? This funeral, Louisiana and that Obama NEVER is or he sends someone else?..

      Liked by 8 people

      • dalethorn says:

        Obama is the classic absentee landlord – a slumlord even. If he took care of his country the way Trump takes care of his businesses, America would already be great again. But alas, Obama must not love his country – I never hear him proclaim it. I never hear Obama praising law enforcement. I never hear Obama admonishing young people to behave, to respect and obey their parents and the law, and to get out of the trap of gangs and crime and that downward spiral. Obama should be inspiring young people to study and succeed, but his lack of character is evident in his hollow rhetoric.

        Liked by 8 people

        • Sayit2016 says:

          I could not agree more… He is nothing more than a grifter and has used America as a door mat to wipe his feet on. I can not wait until he is gone !

          Liked by 7 people

        • nightmare on k st says:

          I might point out, that early in Obama’s Presidency, he tried to give “the talk” to Black Folks, and you may recall Jesse Jackson said he would “Cut Obama’s Nuts Off” for talking down to Black people, Obama is a Mulatto, now is probably not a good time to go over Race and IQ

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      • Panzerakc says:

        Surely you don’t expect Obama to give up a golf game?

        Liked by 1 person

  10. Pam says:

    What a beautiful tribute for someone who was a very brave and courageous lady.

    Liked by 17 people

  11. Toontown says:

    I’m proud to be a deplorable in a basket for freedom!

    Liked by 10 people

  12. Shadrach says:

    Phyllis Schlafly was one of the first to endorse Trump, and she did it when it really mattered, and at considerable cost to herself. I don’t think DJT will forget that, or her, any time soon. I am glad to see him honoring her as she honored him. A man of his word.

    Liked by 28 people

    • JustSomeInputFromAz says:

      And Mr. Trump called her to wish her Happy Birthday on her last birthday (August 15).

      Liked by 21 people

    • NC Patriot says:

      That clip only showed the end of his remarks. Earlier he alluded to her stepping forward for him before it was popular and her lifelong goal was fighting the “kingmakers”. And that she was always, always America first.

      Liked by 9 people

    • Sayit2016 says:

      Trump has always responded to loyalty….

      Liked by 5 people

    • mopar2016 says:

      Phyllis backed Trump early on.
      And that caused some people that worked for her to expose themselves as NWO dolts.
      It also gave her time to get her affairs in order, and deal with those people.
      I’ve always been a fan of hers.

      Liked by 7 people

      • Siouxma says:

        Not just some people – her daughter, Anne Cori, betrayed her and Eagle Forum. I have searched all night, but can’t find anything that discusses whether Anne begged her mother for forgiveness. She was 100% in the wrong near as I can tell -this betrayal could have affected Phyllis’ health these last few months having to fight to keep Eagle Forum and not be overthrown by the Cruzbots, both internal and external. (Anyone for Cruz just hasn’t done her homework, btw).

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        • NvMtnOldman says:

          I think she did mention that in her remarks in a sit down speech she recently gave. She said that anyone wanting to post or use the Eagle Forum needed to het her permission.

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  13. Publius Jenkem says:

    Well done, President-to-be-elected Trump. I am sure Phyllis and her family were moved and appreciative of your gracious gesture. Thank you for representing, we the people.

    Liked by 18 people

    • Bull Durham says:

      Thanks for this link.

      Liked by 1 person

    • TheseTruths says:

      The word that comes to mind, oddly, is “relief.” For me, in the midst of the left turning things upside down, it’s a relief to hear Trump speak — appropriately, for the right amount of time, about the subject matter instead of aggrandizing himself, and in a comforting way. His strength is comforting.

      Liked by 6 people

      • Lucille says:

        “…aggrandizing himself…” You do know that the word is defined as trying to make yourself larger, better than you are? Can you give us an instance when Mr. Trump said anything about himself which he could not back up, or when he wrote into his life script something that was not factual…in other words lie like Hillary has done about her life and goings-on?

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      • Siouxma says:

        Isn’t it amazing to watch the inverse relationship between Trump’s lack of reference to himself as opposed to His Royal Hiney Obama (me, I, I, me, it’s all about me all the time, me, me, me, I,I,I)

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  14. Sunshine says:

    A magnificent church, a dignified service and a beautiful speech for a truly remarkable woman.

    Liked by 11 people

    • Lucille says:

      That was also my first impression upon seeing the church interior–magnificent, peaceful, and a place of worship which encourages respect and awe for the God we love and serve.

      Without doubt Mr. Trump felt this, too.

      Liked by 3 people

  15. TwoLaine says:

    Why was there days and days of full press coverage for Bo Biden, Mohammed Ali and Prince, and there was zilch for Phyllis? She’s like the Rosa Parks of Conservatism.

    #AmericanValues
    #RIPPhyllisSchlafly

    Liked by 22 people

  16. fromawaysite says:

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  17. Texanfree says:

    The old media is controlled by the left, and we all know decency is not what the left exalts, in fact, it’s quite the opposite. I thank God for the new media, The Conservative Treehouse, Breitbart, etc. Never underestimate the “Under dogs.”

    Liked by 10 people

  18. Jeanette Victoria says:

    Trump was not my guy but I must say I’ve been very pleased how he has been behaving. This was really classy!

    Liked by 7 people

    • Lucille says:

      Jeanette, quite a few of us started off this political round with favorites other than Mr. Trump, but he won our support by saying things we’d been saying, supporting causes we’d been supporting, and being, as his wife said when asked what people should know about her husband, a man with “a beautiful heart.”

      Mr. Trump is a man who loves his family and loves his country. I’m proud to be a “deplorable” Trump supporter and glad that you see his class and heart, too.

      Liked by 14 people

  19. jackphatz says:

    Phyllis worked tirelessly for the betterment of Women, children and families for all those years after having and raising six children, obtaining a law degree and writing a column. Hillary had one child, often made references for villages to raise all but her own child while advocating others abort theirs. Hillary never championed ‘family’, just worked tirelessly against the concept of family.

    Liked by 21 people

  20. AFVet says:

    A very mighty Lady indeed.
    As she entered the gates she heard, Well done my good and faithful servant.

    Liked by 11 people

  21. Just Curious says:

    She was a great person. I am not well versed in politics but from every thing I read and researched, I realize now that she has done a great service for the underprivileged and advancement of conservatism. I am also very touched that Donald and Melania Trump came to her funeral to pay respect to her lifelong contribution.

    I would not give a hoot what the media reports because I read that some of them were actually cheering on the day she passed away. That is not what normal human beings do, and then again what I do expect from a inhuman bias media that always attempt to brainwash us on a daily basis to advance their evil agenda.

    Liked by 9 people

  22. KitKat says:

    The family must have tremendous respect for Mr. Trump, to allow him this great privilege and honor.

    Liked by 8 people

  23. rashamon says:

    She gave a voice to conservative issues and her candidate Barry Goldwater when few recognized the dangers facing our world. Her persistence led us to Ronald Reagan and, now, Donald Trump. May her memory save our nation for tomorrow and future generations. God bless you and keep you, Mrs. Schlafly.

    Liked by 11 people

  24. Mr. Morris says:

    Phyllis Schlafly was a wonderful lady. She loved theses United States and recognized the value of strong families. She was right of course and we will always value her contributions. R.I.P.

    Liked by 5 people

  25. rsmith1776 says:

    Extremely elegant. Well done Mr. President-Almost-Elect. Among the impressive things were the restraint – the concision and the lack of purely self-serving remarks. A class act.

    I shudder to think of the classless, trashy, pathologically narcissistic Barry Hussy 0 in more or less similar situations, speaking for an hour and all about himself. Watch only if you want your blood pressure to increase:

    Liked by 4 people

  26. NJF says:

    I’m glad he could go. She was a big supporter and it’s heartening to see him make the time to give her family support and to show his respect.

    Liked by 7 people

  27. Muddlerman says:

    I am confident one day a great building, new national park, or mighty naval ship will bear the name Phyllis Schlafly as a tribute to this great American heroine. So sad she did not live long enough to receive that telephone call from president elect Donald Trump on November 8th thanking her for her faith in him. Obviously our Lord God had a need for her and called her home. RIP Mrs. Schlafly; thank-you for all you have done for America.

    Liked by 15 people

  28. Bull Durham says:

    Trump seems to fit any venue.

    Liked by 10 people

  29. truthandjustice says:

    “Donald Trump is the realization of the vision of my mother’s 1964 classic, A Choice Not An Echo. As she told me one year ago, he [Trump] is the choice, not the echo,” Schlafly’s son said.

    Yes, yes indeed !!!!!!!!!!

    Liked by 11 people

  30. WeThePeople2016 says:

    Trump honors loyalty, and he was truly heartened that Schlafly endorsed him at a time when it was not popular to do so. He kept repeating that at the Voters Value’s summit yesterday. I think she really touched him and he felt that he owed her his deepest gratitude and respect. That is the sign of a moral and caring human being.

    Liked by 6 people

  31. Bull Durham says:

    Phyllis delivered much to this nation. Maybe, at 92, the most important thing she fought for was the most important of all—Donald Trump. She brought into crystal focus the existential importance to our nation, its sovereignty, its Constitution and its historic way of life. She was in the front line trenches and foxholes, taking incoming, fighting with the last great strength God gave her to make certain Trump had what he needed to win.

    She was clear, coherent, and powerful at 92. Filled with love for America and understanding that Trump had to win. And she fought off treachery by those lunatic ideologues who tried to take her Eagle Forum from her.

    What a woman! What an American!

    Liked by 12 people

    • Bull: If u haven’t read “The Flight 93 Election” by Publius Decius Mus of http://www.claremont.org I wish u would. I think it’s right up your alley. I did think of Trump and Schlafly when I read it.

      Liked by 3 people

      • Bull Durham says:

        It’s a good article.

        He’s far too kind to rabid ideologues, as if he doesn’t want to break social bonds with them.
        After all, it is a leadership group of conservatives who have assembled and held their followers as NeverTrump.

        As you might be very aware, I despise ideologies and ideologues—perhaps, a bit vehemently.

        But, to use his metaphor of Flight 93, none of these anal-retentives of the conservative ideology would have gotten up and charged the cockpit. They show us every day, they sit in their seat, strapped safely, busy sending texts to one another and do nothing to save the Capitol or White House or wherever Flight 93 was heading.

        In fact, the analogy is not that dire. They didn’t have to be brave or heroes. All they had to do in timely fashion, at the end of the primaries, was to stand up and say NeverClinton. They did not need to endorse or campaign for Trump or say anything other than they would do anything it takes to protect the Constitution, the Supreme Court and to rebuild the economy. Words. Spoken or in written form.

        Instead, they have become fifth columnists, quislings and traitors. And they are ego-proud of it, like Vichy French. What they deserve is the Resistance to double-tap their careers and businesses, if not their melon heads.

        They deserve infamy, not another plea to be patriots.

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  32. RP says:

    (not for those who lend fear and give power to certain words someone, somewhere deemed not acceptable…)

    Liked by 6 people

  33. eric says:

    truly a wonderful patriot…she will be missed.

    very proud of Mr.Trump today…..this is what warriors and leaders do.

    it will be our time….very soon.
    NOVEMBER IS COMING.

    Liked by 5 people

  34. tz says:

    You see these silly screechy feminists.
    Or just Hillary.
    Then see Phyllis Schafley throughout her career.
    No Comparison.
    A very, very strong and smart but feminine lady.
    The original “momma Grizzly”.

    The only other Woman in history I can think to compare her to is Ayn Rand.
    Even the suffragettes weren’t as consistent.
    Her disciple, Elaine Donnely learned from her and had the same sharp intellect and would go for the throat in debates.

    America’s Esther. For such a time as this. Now with the saints, interceding for her family and country.

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    • Beenthere says:

      “The only other Woman in history I can think to compare her to is Ayn Rand.”

      Rand was a militant atheist who despised religion, which meant she ultimately despised other cultures that had a benevolent G/god in it. On the other hand Phyllis was a practicing Catholic who loved her religion & respected other cultures that were not detrimental to the human person, ie followed natural law.

      No comparison.

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  35. dogsmaw says:

    Phyllis Scholarly heard our call and has left us a great legacy 🙂

    Donald Trump answered and will work for us…

    MAGA

    http://vevo.ly/kDr5LJ

    Liked by 5 people

  36. Beenthere says:

    I’m glad Trump & wife attended the funeral mass. I’m glad he paid respect to the family & I’m glad his short, tasteful remarks did not take place during the funeral mass but before the start.

    You all are seeing the REAL New York side of Trump, a sensitivity & respect to all people of goodwill & their cultures (unlike Hillary who says she’s from NY but will never be a true New Yorker.)

    Liked by 7 people

    • MfM says:

      Totally agree, nothing he said would have been out of place in a eulogy during the Mass. The applause absolutely would have been, so glad this was done beforehand.

      I think Trump was surprised by the applause. I’m old school, funerals aren’t for applause. He didn’t do a campaign speech, he made some remarks about Mrs. Schlafly.

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  37. canadacan says:

    That was a great American speech from the heart go Underdogs we will prevail.

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  38. Timmy-the-Ute says:

    I wonder if Mrs. Schlafly can become a Saint or is the Catholic Church leaving her in purgatory? She is only a lay person and conservative at that. But because of her works the Republican Party has been know as a Pro-Life party for 36 years. That alone is a miracle.

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    • Nordic Breed says:

      Lay persons, and there have been a number of them canonized by the Church in past centuries, most notably by St. John Paul II, can be canonized. A life of great virtue and sacrifice lived according to one’s vocation is the basic starting point. From there a process can begin. St. John Paul II noted that there are many hidden saints among the lay people – ones who will never be officially recognized but nonetheless who have lived lives of extraordinary virtue. The whole thrust of St. Jose Maria Escriva’s Opus Dei movement was for laity to live holy lives. As long as we do God’s will and remain united with Him in grace, we are saints, even without an official declaration after we die. I am 100% certain that Phyllis Schlafly died in the Lord and very possibly her bishop may institute a cause for canonization after the requisite amount of time. She used God’s gifts to her for His greater honor and glory.

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  39. Deborah Bush says:

    There is only one person who should be our next President, and that person is Donald Trump. My reasoning should be obvious. I have educated myself more than I ever have in regards to this Presidency. I respect Mr Trump more than I have respected any leader in a very long time.

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  40. Thomas Ryan says:

    Mrs. Schlafly with Stephan Molyneux.

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