President Elect Donald Trump Invites Sea Island Attendees, Tech Executives, To Meeting at Tower…

In March of 2016 an exclusive list of top tech executives, billionaires, donors and influence agents gathered at a secretive meeting with key leaders of the Washington DC UniParty.  The meeting was to discuss their plans to destroy the candidacy of Donald Trump.  The meeting took place at the exclusive enclave in Sea Island Georgia.

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The Sea Island meeting itself was entirely “anti-Trump”, the gathering was almost exclusively discussions about how to rid the primary process of the outside insurgency that was Donald Trump.  Unknown to most, the group assembled also contained so of the original members who constructed the 2016 primary election splitter strategy:

[…]  the same people who attended the Sea Island Georgia meeting, the same people who fund the UniParty, the same people who create Washington DC’s legislative priorities, were constructing a Clinton/Bush win-win scenario. (link)

A few of the billionaires included: Apple CEO Tim Cook, Google co-founder Larry Page, Napster creator and Facebook investor Sean Parker, Tesla Motors and SpaceX founder Elon Musk. Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt, Arthur Sulzberger publisher of the New York Times and billionaire Philip Anschultz who owns Sea Island.

It is critical to accept who the political attendees were – including: Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY), political strategist Karl Rove, House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-WI), Republican Sens. Tom Cotton (AR), Cory Gardner (CO), Tim Scott (SC), Rob Portman (OH) and Ben Sasse (NE).

There were many more “#NeverTrumper’s” including: Energy and Commerce Committe Chairman Fred Upton (Michigan), House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy (CA), Representative Kevin Brady (TX), Cathy McMorris-Rogers (WA), Budget Chairman Tom Price (GA), Financial Committee Chairman Jeb Hensarling (TX) and Rep. Dianne Black (TN).

Bill Kristol, editor of The Weekly Standard, also attended, and in an emailed report from the conference, he wrote:

“The key task now … is less to understand Trump than to stop him. In general, there’s a little too much hand-wringing, brow-furrowing, and fatalism out there and not quite enough resolving to save the party from nominating or the country electing someone who simply shouldn’t be president.” (link)

What we saw from this meeting was the neo-conservative (war-at-all-costs) interventionist segment of the UniParty aligned with the pro-Hillary Clinton billionaire limo-liberal team against Donald Trump.  No-one who attended this meeting could ever be considered as a trustworthy ally for a Trump administration or Trump’s larger America First legislative agenda.

At the time it was obvious candidate Donald Trump was paying very close attention; team Trump knew and understood the objectives of this meeting, and candidate Trump smartly modified his campaign efforts to battle their constructs.  In essence, Trump predicted their maneuvers.

What did Trump’s modified campaign approach look like? 

Here’s the graphic:

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Before jumping into the announcement for the upcoming week, go back and look at the politicians names again.  Remind yourselves how each name evolved to become a member of the #NeverTrump movement (openly, or through deceptive undermining).

These are the same aligned voices behind the various GOPe groups who spoke out most visibly against candidate Trump’s foreign policy, “America’s interests first”.  These same voices were adversaries in the general election as they supported Hillary Clinton.

Now take a close look at today’s announcement:

(Via Reuters) Top executives from Alphabet Inc, Apple Inc and Facebook Inc are among a small group of tech leaders invited to a summit to be held on Wednesday by U.S. President-elect Donald Trump, Recode reported, citing sources.

Executives from Microsoft Corp, Intel Corp and Oracle Corp will also be among “a very heady group of less than a dozen, comprising most of the key players in the sector” to attend the summit, Recode said.

Billionaire entrepreneur and Tesla Motors Inc CEO Elon Musk will also be in attendance, the Wall Street Journal reported, citing people familiar with the matter.

“I plan to tell the president-elect that we are with him and are here to help in any way we can,” Oracle Chief Executive Officer Safra Catz told Reuters in an emailed statement.

“If he can reform the tax code, reduce regulation, and negotiate better trade deals, the U.S. technology community will be stronger and more competitive than ever.”

Amazon.com Inc CEO and founder Jeff Bezos was also invited and is likely to attend, Recode said citing sources with knowledge of the situation.

Facebook, Apple, Amazon and Alphabet did not immediately respond to requests for comment.  An Intel spokeswoman and a Microsoft spokesman declined to comment.

The gathering will take place on Wednesday at Trump Tower in New York City, Recode said. (link)

Mr. Trump is such a nice man to invite these tech captains to Trump Tower for a special summit….

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…“and I will win,… and we will win, and you will win, and we will keep on winning, and eventually you will say we can’t take all of this winning, …please Mr. Trump …and I will say, NO, we will win, and we will keep on winning”.

~ Donald Trump

 

 

 

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359 Responses to President Elect Donald Trump Invites Sea Island Attendees, Tech Executives, To Meeting at Tower…

  1. rsanchez1990 says:

    I hope they get the same dressing down that Trump gave to media execs. If these #NeverTrumpers showed up at his rallies he would point them out and call them dishonest too, just like he does to the media.

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  2. jackphatz says:

    Trump is a world class businessman sitting down with other businessmen and politicians. I see this more as Trump gathering his enemies to let them know what he intends to do in his presidency. They can be with “us” or against “us”. It will be their choice. All of the business leaders stand to gain hugely by trumps success. This is putting them on notice. As we all know, Trump can be very vocal about brand’s that suck (NYT’s, Macy’s).

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    • webgirlpdx says:

      They can be with “us” or against “us”. It will be their choice. All of the business leaders stand to gain hugely by trumps success. *

      This!

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      • notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital says:

        I question whether “media” and online “tech” entities are really business……

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        • notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital says:

          They’re all so…..airy fairy so………

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        • jackphatz says:

          Apple’s CEO, Jeff Bezos…etc are the business end of their entities. The Alphabets twins are not but Google has always needed advertiser to fund their misadventures. Media, of course, is a joke. As billionaires in America, like Trump, should be willing to ‘give back’ at what created that fantastic existence that allowed them to flourish in the first place.

          Should be fun to watch! (•‿•)

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    • Plain Jane says:

      OT somewhat, but Amazon is no longer the easy way to shop. It is loosing it’s way. Bezo’s lefty idiocy is coming through when trying to sort through boy and girl age specific toys. Made me angry last night. Going to brick and morter store for toys tomorrow.

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      • In AZ says:

        I told my family no more Amazon when Bezos announced he was hiring 20 people to dig up dirt on Trump and use his commie rag to oppose Trump
        A few weeks ago I found out one of my kids made a Amazon order. The order was royally messed up, Amazon charged the cost of the order three separate times, and some of the merchandise was on back order. Then the whole order did not arrive and Amazon told us that the whole order was shipped. We had a knock down fight with Amazon over that stupid order. Now my kids are convinced to never use Amazon again. Amazon has let customer service drop, their prices are not the best, and they are difficult to deal with. Bezos is arrogant, and it shows in Amazon.

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        • notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital says:

          Always check Etsy.com and Ebay.com
          I’m routinely finding the identical, brand-new items from Ebay sellers for 1/2 (50%) of the cost Amazon wants to charge for them.

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      • rashamon says:

        The original Lego, Erector sets, Lincoln Logs, KNEX…ageless and gender neutral. Kids just like to use their imagine and build stuff. And then the parents, uncles and aunts, grandparents, neighbors bring them out after the kids have gone to bed…

        Also jigsaw puzzles. Stave for you who have an endless income. Collectibles. But 1000-plus puzzles get a gathering through the coldest days.

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      • jackphatz says:

        And unless you have the Prime, there are no deals, shipping charges are too high. I even live within 30 miles from a fulfillment center.
        I still look for free books to download onto my Kindle though.

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    • PREDICTION: Trump walks into Wednesday’s Tech Titan meeting with Cabinet members to cover two agendas:

      What you can do for AMERICA
      [Mattis (DoD), Flynn(NSC) and Kelly (Homeland)]
      – How you can help Defense Procurement cut delivery cycle-time by 80%
      – How you can reduce Defense Procurement project costs by 60%
      – How can you help America achieve world leadership for Cybersecurity

      What our Administration can do for YOU
      Tillerson (SoS), Branstad (China Ambassador) and Ross (Commerce)
      – For Priority Outcomes that each of your companies seeks with other countries in 2017.
      – For Priority Outcomes you intend to produce for American Jobs by year-end 2017.

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  3. The Boss says:

    So how do you all think Trump learned of the March 2016 Sea Island meeting and guests?

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    • Robie Catt says:

      Here?

      SECRETIVE MEETING OF CEOS IN SEA ISLAND, GA TO STOP TRUMP| MAR 2016

      https://californiajimmy.com/2016/03/09/1339/

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    • Deb says:

      I think he has eyes and ears everywhere. He has more friends and allies behind the scenes than any NeverTrumpers could imagine. He knows it all.

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      • judyw says:

        Phyllis Shafly was one of the best friends and allies and she’s still “with us” on taking our country back! Here’s what she said in March, 2016 “Kingmakers Don’t Even Change Location Let Alone Plans for the Nation”
        “In 1957, I discovered that a secret group of business leaders, political and elected officials, and media elite were meeting off the coast of Georgia. They flew into Georgia on private planes and had catered meals flown in from New York. That meeting was an annual gathering of a group calling itself DeBilderberg after the hotel in Europe at which the group first convened. The first account of that previously unreported meeting appeared in my 1964 book, A Choice Not An Echo.

        The Bilderbergers, as they came to be known, were globalists who sought to undermine the sovereignty of America by deeper involving . Over the coming decades they served at the highest levels of government, business, and media. They were the Kingmakers who sought to influence the nominees of both major parties. In 2004, for example, the selection of John Edwards as the Democratic vice-presidential candidate was attributed by the New York Times to Edwards’ “performance at Bilderberg.”

        This past weekend, the new Kingmakers met off the coast of Georgia. This time the carefully selected group of powerful Americans, assembled by the American Enterprise Institute, included the CEOs of Apple and Google, media titans Arthur Sulzberger and William Kristol, and top political leaders including House Speaker Paul Ryan and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell. The main goal of everyone present was to stop Donald Trump from obtaining the Republican presidential nomination, and the highlight of the meeting was a presentation by Karl Rove on how to achieve that objective. Their purpose is the same: to take power away from “we the people” and to be Kingmakers once again.”
        http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2016/03/phyllis-schlafly-kingmakers-dont-even-change-location-let-alone-plans-for-the-nation/

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      • Eliza says:

        I know this is true & this is one of the things that has given me the confidence that EVERYTHING is going to be okay.

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    • Kristin says:

      From the Russians?

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    • James F Brown says:

      He had a mole in place, or likely several moles. Trump is not the amateur his detractors keep claiming. Its amazing to watch him and his people run circles around the press the dems and the neverTrumpers and they still subscribe to the notion, contrary to all evidence, that he is a dummy.

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    • jackphatz says:

      The real question is, how many ‘moles’ did Trump have at that Sea Island meeting?

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  4. Mr. T. says:

    “Keep your friends close.” “Keep your enemies closer.”

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  5. Joe says:

    If everyone who wanted to be a “fly on the wall” at this meeting were granted their wish then the wall wouldn’t even be visible and the venue would have to be changed until the exterminators were finished clearing out the infestation.

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  6. The Recent Republican says:

    Let’s hope he does to them what the Afghani hosts did to the Soviets when they invited them to dinner.

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  7. Ron says:

    I think he’s going to use the carrot this time.

    When the Obamacare website debacle was happening, I remember thinking, hell, I would have just asked Microsoft if they’d do it for free, and put a “powered by Microsoft” logo at the bottom of each page or something. Free website, and it would have been done competently. Instead they gave the contract to a buddy of the Clintons (I believe) and the whole damn mess didn’t work. Billions of dollars for a website? Huh?

    I think he’s going to talk to them about things like that, ways that Silicon Valley can get involved with NASA and the new healthcare initiatives that are going to need all kinds of cutting edge tech work.

    The INTELLIGENT CEO’s of these companies will jump at the bit to do free contract work with the government just for the notoriety of it. It would save hundreds of billions of dollars a year.

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    • PreNanny says:

      Well said Ron. TRUMP will outline how they can be a part of MAGA in a positive way.
      In my mind TRUMP will also mention how the business practices they have been advised to embrace ( these are geeks not MBAs or financial brainiacs ) will no longer be allowed.
      Existing law and tax code will be enforced and new laws and tax code will be added.
      So they can be a part of America First or they can refile their companies as an ADR.

      On a side note I wonder how many of them will dress like an adult for this meeting on hump day, hope RSBN has that camera going.

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    • Philly Girl says:

      Not that it matters, but the contract went to a company owned by a buddy of Michelle Obama

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    • JB says:

      I think they will also be discussing offshoring and visa.

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  8. anarchist335 says:

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  9. Mike says:

    It would be nice to see Elon Musk cut off of the federal tax dollars and a plan established to pay us all back. And yes, I do pay taxes.

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  10. tony E says:

    how many of guys receive a govt handout? is Trump gonna say the faucet is getting turned off in 4 weeks? there’s no long plank at the top of Trump tower, right?

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    • notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital says:

      This has made me conclude that all Internet sellers such as Amazon should collect sales taxes. Software makes that easy but of course they have lied about that fact too.

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  11. alegenoa says:

    Do they fit trap doors in Trump Tower’s floors these days?

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  12. QuiteContrary says:

    I’m concerned about whether Trump will be influenced by the left-wingers and globalists who’ve been meeting with him. There’s been speculation that Trump will allow the illegal aliens who benefited from Obama’s illegal DACA or whatever it was called to stay. I’ll be furious. Then Trump’s been talking about “looking at” Obama’s global-warming agreement in a way that indicates he might not get rid of the whole thing. Not good!

    I hope he’s not caving to these people who have been and will be against him. He can’t please them enough to get their support no matter what he does. Trump will enrage his voters if he betrays us for them. I’m hoping he’s just BS’ing them and trying to lessen their hostility for his own convenience. People here illegally have no right to stay. Period.

    That said, this spectacle of people from all walks of life going in and out of Trump Tower to see The Donald has been so much fun to watch!

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    • mdaush says:

      Why don’t you just wait to see what he does. Trump is a 3-D chess player, these guys are playing checkers.

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      • QuiteContrary says:

        I know it’s unpopular in some quarters, but some of us are unwilling to unquestioningly go along with whatever Trump does. Trump’s a very smart guy, but he’s not infallible. Further, it’s up to his voters to speak out for what they want him to do. God knows a great many people are pressuring him to back off on the border, trade, and that global-warming treaty, among other things.

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        • USMCLt says:

          Remember that Trump likes winning. If he cozies up to these snakes and vermin he won’t be winning for long. We all need recovery time from our battered conservative syndrome.

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        • India Maria says:

          Not that its “unpopular”, but it is simply unproductive angst. Trump has never once lied, and never once deviated from his AMERICA FIRST course. I see that argument, i.e. “I can’t unquestioningly go along with everything Trump does” a lot from folks like Coulter and Cernovich, who each time Trump TALKS with someone they do not approve of; says something they do not approve of; or appoints someone they do not approve of…..they quickly to to DefCon 5 and cry “betrayal”. Palin even OPPOSED the Carrier victory for some misguided and erroneous fears about “cronyism.”

          At this point being a “FANBOY” is actually what I am. I unequivocally support the Leader I have worked to help elect. My Leader has not even taken office yet. The MSM, LEFT, GOPe, and international Globalists are FULLY engaged trying to weaken the Trump movement. Why would I want to add to that confusion? I think “holding Trump’s feet to the fire” is something his “supporters” might want to WAIT to do should he FAIL to work towards his promises rather than ANTICIPATORY OPPOSITION to scenarios that have YET to happen. He has been consistent and true EVERY SINGLE TIME so far.

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          • fred2w says:

            Great point.

            I think some Trump supporters have not recovered from battered conservative voter syndrome caused by years of GOP betrayal. Hence, these supporters go into DefCon 5 over some move by Trump that proves to be smart. A great example is the overreaction to Trump meeting with (stringing along) Romney.

            So let’s calm down and celebrate the wins from the Carrier deal to Trump taking the call from Taiwan.

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            • QuiteContrary says:

              Well, that’s what people get on here whenever they question anything Trump does. Trump is not omniscient and he is not God.

              It would be wise if Trump’s voters held his feet to the fire. Those who want to worship him and ignore any potential breaking of campaign promises are certainly entitled to do so. I will advocate/lobby for what we elected him to do. It’s the smart play, as plenty of others will be lobbying him to break his promises.

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              • mysticrose80 says:

                Yes, it would be wise to hold PE Trump’s feet to the fire…..once he is actually sworn in. Blind worship is not a good thing, I agree. However, judging actions that have yet to be taken is not good either.

                Wait and see =/ Trump can do no wrong. Wait and see means just that….wait and see.

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              • India Maria says:

                No, this is an unfair argument. I have not seen “what people get on here whenever they question anything…..:” This is simply not accurate, and an unfair characterizations of a DIFFERING point of view. For example, Mike Cernovich got wind of Trump meeting with Romney. He skipped the “I hope Trump does not select Romney” phase, and went right to the “OMG!, BETRAYAL, I”M FINISHED, I’M OUT” phase. This is not “questioning”; this is playing right into the divisive hands of Trump’s enemies.

                THIS is what many of us Trump “FANBOYS” advocate. Holding a Leader’s feet to the fire is appropriate. But Trump has not ONE fingerprint on the mess in Washington, has never lied and has not held office for even one minute. There has not been ONE MINUTE since June 16, 2015 that Trump has not been fully “held to the fire.” We supporters might want to “support” more and repeat MSM pay-ops less. This is really the main counter-argument here. Certainly, if folks are free to repeat dire MSM “what ifs” , then as a Trump FanBoy, I am within all appropriate debating parameters to offer counter point.

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                • Raven says:

                  This — all the way.

                  After fighting the Never Trumpers, the GOPe, the RINOs (pretty much one in the same) before and while attending the Republican National Convention, then fighting the Democrats, the RINOS and the Never Trumpers after Trump WON the party’s nomination, and now fighting those same people after Trump WON our country’s national election, I know we have struck a sweet chord. And the “we” I speak of is the same “we” Donald Trump spoke of when he announced his candidacy back in June 2015.

                  President Elect Trump has always included us, his fellow citizens, as part of his extremely large inner circle of “we” the people.

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                • Orygun says:

                  Thanks India! As a dues paying member of the silent majority all I can do is shake my head. When Donald announced he would run my expectations were so low at that time that all I wanted was someone who loved our country and its people. He has heard the wishes of the silent majority and stepped up to try to save our country and this type of response from the pearl clutchers is what he gets. If he can keep our sovereignty and keep our children safe that are in the military that would be plenty but I think the world needs a leader to help all of the silent majorities worldwide.

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                • notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital says:

                  Touche Maria!

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              • shadowcole says:

                He’s not God but he was chosen by God to straighten this country out, return America’s stolen riches from her people and save it’s people from globalists, as well as other reasons only God knows. I believe most Trump supporters want to give him a chance to lead before we start condemning him.

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                • notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital says:

                  Touche!

                  Trump is a man of integrity.

                  Integrity in part means consistency and being the same to all people in all situations.

                  I can’t fathom why Trump would start changing now after 70 years.

                  But all Trumps’ critics have Zero Integrity.

                  Life has taught me those sort of nay-say people can’t even imagine what it is to have integrity, ergo, Hillary, Obama, Romney, Ryan, McConnell and all the other DC Swamp Critters.

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            • Founding Fathers Fan says:

              Kentucky conservatives and Independents not registered as republicans betrayed Our Republic over and over again in the Kentucky primaries and allowed McConnell to win his primary every time. They deliberately locked themselves out of the primary process, turned their backs on us and stayed home.
              “Only voters affiliated with a particular party may vote in its primary. Registered voters wishing to change their party affilliation must do so by December 31 preceding the primary. Unregistered voters must register at least 30 days before the primary, and can choose a party then.” Ky. Rev. Stat. Ann. § 116.055 http://www.fairvote.org/primaries#congressional_primary_type_by_state

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          • Kristin says:

            I concur 100% India Maria. We have voted for the person we knew he is. He had faith in us and continued his run unafraid with us on his side. Let’s return the favor. We did not vote for a dummy.

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          • susiepuma says:

            Please go back and re-read Governor Palin’s FB essay…………………….also, I am NOT a fan of any politician or political being. I am a supporter and there is a difference. Trust but verify………………………..
            Sheeple are not welcome…………………you have a brain, use it.
            Oh and btw – Governor Palin & PE Trump laughed about the crocodile tears over her FB page…………..

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            • India Maria says:

              Not “crocodile tears.” Simply a difference of opinion with her post as far as accuracy and timing. Both were poor, in my un-learned opinion.

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        • fred2w says:

          I’m not worried after seeing Trump brilliantly play the backstabber Romney, who foolishly thought he would be SoS.

          Stop worrying and celebrate the winning.

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        • Deb says:

          I do not blindly follow anyone. But meeting with one’s enemies is necessary. If you don’t understand how this could potentially help our cause, you need to read Art of the Deal.

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          • QuiteContrary says:

            Yes, yes. I need to read the Art of the Deal, eh? Yes, I’m a “concern troll,” eh? That’s the kind of stuff said to anyone who dares to be less than worshipful of Trump (sometimes accompanied by profanity).

            Of course, one should never question anything Trump does or try to advocate for him to keep his campaign promises. I don’t understand the need to try to discredit those who observe that some of his statements are less than encouraging.

            Certainly, his statements about the DREAMERs are Exhibit A. It could be that he is just playing a game, or it could be that he is backing off from his promises. Let’s not forget that he first ran on deporting all illegals and then it became just the illegals who’d committed additional crimes since entering illegally.

            I like Trump, but I’m not willing to sit back and just assume that nothing is required from his voters. We must stay vocal and active because our opponents will be applying pressure on Trump every single day.

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            • skipper1961 says:

              Your “handle” fits nicely.

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            • mopar2016 says:

              Maybe Hillary was more your cup of tea.

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            • booger71 says:

              Why don’t you let Trump actually walk into the fire before you try and hold his feet to it

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            • joanfoster says:

              Just my humble opinion, but if Trump backs off his original stance and position paper on immigration, he is a one term President. Many of his supporters will be so fed up they will stay home the next time around.Immigration is an issue for which he has been boldly passionate about.. Think of the grieving parents of murdered children he paraded at his rallies. If he lets these people down, it’s over. In addition, I am not happy that he attempted to shut down the “lock her up” chant at one of his recent rallies. While I know he would not personally go after her, there are ways around those optics.

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              • notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital says:

                Ain’t gonna happen. Trump is Trump.
                Hey, that was then, this is now. The righteous wheels of justice will turn Hillary’s case.
                So no need to run it into a hole in the ground – just because that’s where Hillary is headed!

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          • Raven says:

            Not only meeting with one’s enemies, but making them friends like President Lincoln wisely did.

            “I destroy my enemies when I make them my friends.” Abraham Lincoln

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        • bob kalle says:

          Just a thought, it is not up to the voters to tell him what to do, there are many of us all with different opinions, and it is up to God to lead him, so just let it go until we see what happens. BTW, I believe it was God that allowed Obama into office to show us how bad it can be when we leave Him out.

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          • Sherlock says:

            Wouldn’t one term have been enough?

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            • Raven says:

              With all due humbleness, fear and trembling I tell you — I was ready for Hillary to become President because of the wretched state of our country. I was ready for God to put a leader in place over our beloved land that would lead us into exile, lead us into Babylon, lead us into ruin. As time passes and Jesus returns comes closer it is apparent mankind is falling faster into wickedness — just like Jesus said.

              One day at church this past June I stood up and told my fellow believers that God had given me a word for us all; it was a word we all knew very well.

              “…if My people, who are called by My name, will humble themselves and pray, seek My face and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from Heaven, I will forgive their sins and I will heal their land.” 2 Chronicles 7 parts of 13 & 14.

              Everyone knew the verse very well, but then I pointed out what God had made the point of that verse that day. God did not say ‘if wicked men change’ or ‘if all those people outside the church change’ or ‘Muslims’, ‘heretics’, ‘Satanists’, etc., but God said “if My people”, “called by My name” (Jews followed by Christians), “humble themselves”, “pray”, “seek My face” and “turn from [our] wicked ways” — then He would forgive our sins and heal our land.

              It is not evil men outside of Christendom God is calling to turn away from their sins, it is me. . . it is the Christian church, it is you if you call Jesus your Lord.

              On election night I went to bed thanking and praising God for His sovereignty in all things, even if it meant there would no longer be a United States of America. My joy in hearing of God’s goodness on our land via Donald Trump’s election is still as full as it was on November 9th. Will Donald Trump fulfill every promise he made? It makes no difference to me — I know he will fulfill every purpose God has in store for him to do.

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          • notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital says:

            Touche! “All things work together for good for them that love the Lord.”
            From the start of Obama’s “illegal” erection (imo) I’ve been saying it would act as an vaccination shot causing the American body politic to reject these scumbags.

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        • sunnydaze says:

          QuiteContrary- I agree with you about the “not questioning anything Trump does“.

          Does being the operative word here. He hasn’t DONE anything yet so to fret over soundbites from all incoming sources is a bit premature, no?

          Trump has laid out NO PLAN re. immigration.

          Why act like he has? Why respond to a non-existent plan?

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        • jackphatz says:

          Yeah, I just hated giving Kasich more money to spend on how-knows-what.

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      • notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital says:

        Yeah, what mdaush says.
        Just grow a pair!

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    • nightmare on k st says:

      yep, I hear ya, everyone goes to Trump Tower to see The Donald, but Trump goes to Kissinger’s office to see him, I think Trump needs to be open to everyone, he is everyone’s President after all, also have to size up the head count on votes for legislation

      heck, McCain, Graham and Rubio are still doing the Cartels business being the loyal opposition

      Trump heard from Gore and DiCrapio and still appointed Scott Pruitt at EPA

      Trump does the same as Obama, and lots of successful folks, “be polite, be professional, and have a plan to kill everyone you meet”

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      • It’s possible Trump went to see Kissinger because Henry is 93 years old. I don’t know if Kissinger gets around well but he might not want to be seen that much or be able to handle the walk through the lobby of Trump Tower. Just speculation.

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    • webgirlpdx says:

      In all due respect, I haven’t seen President Trump being influenced by anyone other than his own instincts as he so deftly destroyed Hillary, the Globalists, the media and NeverTrumpers.

      He is only influenced by his love affair with America First.

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    • Somewhere in Dixie says:

      The elevator camera reminds me of the scene at the Godfather movie where Vito Corleone is in the room and the other mobs are outside being called one by one to kiss his ring. Funny.

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  13. LP says:

    What many people can not understand is that the MSM IS the DNC. They are one and the same.
    Thus the bizarre blaming anyone and anything on their abject failure.

    The most recent villain is some mysterious, and non evidenced foreign power, that begs the question of what exactly were the people in charge and well paid to protect our National Security actually doing? This is on the one hand, cartoon worthy, on the other, if true, we should demand our money back and pink slips for the dolts.

    Dolts yes, nefarious too. It it all so risible.
    Another embarrassment, courtesy of the Zero’s WH and entertainment franchise.

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    • nightmare on k st says:

      just a thought about the hacking, the RNC was hacked just like the DNC, but we have not seen anything leaked about them….

      discussions of Splitter Strategy? Rigging it for Jeb! Donors email demands? Paul Ryan’s conspiring?

      we KNOW it’s there, did Trump get a private WikiLeaks dump? I think so, the total stranger ,Rence Preibus, got a very important job, which is usually set aside for those with personal freindship/relationships to the President, he got put ahead of Corey or Katrina for some reason, Rence had to be in on the plans of rigging the nomination for Jeb!, did an email confirm Rence was now 100% behind the nominee?

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    • notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital says:

      You said it!
      In 2012 it was known that 93% or 94% of the MSM were Democrats!
      ‘Nuff said!

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  14. Medtech says:

    If this was a Greek play the doors would be locked and none of them would leave alive. But it’s the modern world…..

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  15. skeinster says:

    Teen Vogue gets in on the act, and it’s about what you’d expect:

    http://www.teenvogue.com/story/donald-trump-is-gaslighting-america

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  16. Atticus says:

    That look on Mitt Quisling’s face is just beautiful.
    I hope the assembled tech giants leave with that very same look.

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  17. India Maria says:

    This is a Big Boy war. Glad we elected the Biggest of the Big Boy’s to advocate for us.

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  18. tampafan says:

    The Red Wedding!

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  19. That Romney picture is priceless. His expression and dangling arms. LMFAO.

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  20. litlbit2 says:

    Also Rush Limbaugh!

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  21. SharkFL says:

    I didn’t see this mentioned in the comments but I only scanned. My question is, what is the strategy with these appointments? Unless I’m mistaken, I think they are both nominated to the Cabinet? Cathy McMorris-Rogers (WA), Budget Chairman Tom Price (GA)

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    • susiepuma says:

      If they don’t perform to Trump’s way, they can be fired and out of the administration. Their positions will already have had Trump supporters appointed to fill out their terms.

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  22. laurelmarycecilia says:

    Trump is goal driven. Not revenge driven. Not self agrandizzing driven. Not other directed. That’s how he has presented himself. That’s how he has been such a success.

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  23. redlegleader68 says:

    Just a quick thought on this meeting,
    FTA: “There were many more “#NeverTrumper’s” including: …Budget Chairman Tom Price (GA) …
    “No-one who attended this meeting could ever be considered as a trustworthy ally for a Trump administration or Trump’s larger America First legislative agenda.”

    And now you know why I have a problem with Tom Price. Having said that, since Trump put him in a specific job, with (I’m pretty sure!!) a specific set of guidelines then I’ll be OK with the appointment. Plus, I win!

    I’m rid of this insufferable RINO!! Cheers!

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  24. bofh says:

    Slightly OT but important: while browsing this thread, I got a fake “Urgent firefox update” screen. This is on Win 7 with Firefox 50.0.2, Avast (free) AV and Ad Blocker Plus. This is the second time in two days, and both were while browsing CTH. The screen wanted to install a .JS patch for firefox from some website with a gobblygook domain name that was only registered two days ago.

    Here’s a page from Mozilla showing the fake screen:

    https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/i-found-fake-firefox-update

    I’m not sure what’s triggering it, but presumably it’s tied to on-page advertising (which is not under CTH control). FYI.

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    • uvaldegirl says:

      I am sure there is plenty of attempted hacking happening on the dem side. They are afraid of us. (But of course, odds are this is just some blip….)

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      • notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital says:

        I’ve been convinced of that for the past year.
        There are WordPress behaviors that only ever happen when I’m on CTH.

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  25. Betty says:

    I worked as an Election Judge from 5 am to 10:30 pm on election day so I came home exhausted and went to bed so I didn’t watch the returns come in. I watch video clips when I come across them and just lately I watched a CNN (I think) clip and got such a charge I have been waiting for a chance to make a comment. But before I have to say I hope Bill Kristol and his big ego reads here. Because as I watched the clip I noticed that Bill Kristol was seated at the kiddy table, and I want to say: Bwa-ha-ha-ha-ha

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  26. sDee says:

    He gathers the masters of the monopolies – the corporate side of our neo-fascist regime.

    The Gravy Train is over. They now will take Trump’s message back to their Board of Directors.

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  27. Seems the meeting will be very simple:
    “The voters have voted.
    They want it made here, and they want it made by Americans.
    You help with that, and I will help you with what you want.
    Have a nice day”

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  28. yohio says:

    May they get stuck in the Trump Tower elevator for say an hour or so.

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  29. Risin'Tide says:

    These tech-brats think they know how to make deals. They are children and will be shown how to make a deal. Those who thought they were getting something will be shown how they were played at Sea Island and that will seal the deal as they understand the sheriff ain’t their “fake” buddies.

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  30. missmarple2 says:

    Elon Musk just got on the elevator.

    I know this because reporters were yelling at him.

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  31. Tom Price attended the #nevertrump conference and he’s been nominated for head of HHS. PE Trump is clearly not afraid to put people where they can help execute his vision.

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  32. steph_gray says:

    I remember hearing on talk radio in January of 2009 that the Obammunist held a meeting with tech industry types. It stuck in my mind because the IBM CEO was there, and as a then-employee I thought “This can’t be good!” Fast-forward to the present, when I was forced to take early retirement rather than hang on training replacements in China and India, and otherwise overworked insanely while just waiting to be laid off. Don’t get me wrong, love retirement, but still watching many friends suffer there…

    Been curious whether IBM is also in this new group meeting with Trump – none of the links has a full list. The damage done to that once-great company is a microcosm of the damage done to America under the Obammunist. I also wonder, for the first time, whether that damage could possibly be reversed… It would be just another amazing MAGA moment.

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    • joanfoster says:

      Damage has been done to all of America’s great companies and despite that fact they still continue to support Democrats – go figure?

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  33. M33 says:

    We have entered the era of the Reform Party!

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  34. jojo says:

    I wake up with a smile on my face waiting to see what our CITIZEN SELECTED & ELECTED PRESIDENT TRUMP has on his agenda today. I soooooo love winning. THANKS to all of us adorable deplorables who elected him.

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  35. jackmcg says:

    I don’t understand Bezos’ hatred for Trump…there is exactly ZERO chance an anti-trust suit against Amazon would be successful. So what’s his deal? Is Amazon really that dependent on immigrant labor and H1Bs?

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  36. Michael says:

    “Oh, the shark has pretty teeth, dear
    And he shows ’em, pearly white”

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  37. rashamon says:

    What we can do to support our new president is to send a Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah, Season’s Greetings card to our congress critters advising them that we expect they will accept all of President Trump’s nominees for his administration without question. He deserves such support for the effort he’s made on behalf of us.

    They’ve see the power of The People to elect President Trump. Do they want to be the target of the same people to dis-elect them? TCTH has a constituency proven to connect with voters.

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  38. ZZZ says:

    if I had known about Tim Scott I would NOT have voted for him.

    I feel dirty…dang

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  39. MaineCoon says:

    Made in America. Hire Americans. MAGA. Or, stocks, down.

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  40. Kyrissaean says:

    what makes mexico so good for outsourcing? well first less regulations to protect the earth by UN and actually enforcing immigration laws to keep high cost of living from going out of control. too high cost of living creates the excuse it’s too expensive to hire citizens so that’s why for silicon valley support open borders/illegals= excessive h1b visas abuse, everything goes up such as cost of services, utility, goods but quality/affordability of healthcare goes down for majority of unprotected class like middle. cost of goods over inflated from manufacturing cost also affects and minimum wage useless . When 2/3 citizens in CA supported an referendum cutting down illegal immigration/high cost of living, evil globalists/democrat party on behalf of latin america oppose them and had corrupt officials toss it out. globalists/democrat party oppose the will of the popular vote that day of infamy. globalists/democrat party stole from middle class in order to pander to illegals and bribe some union representatives to play stupid as high cost of living goes out of control to stay in power. even should few illegals be allow to stay, they should not be allow to vote since they aren’t the ones facing burden, just like felons should not be allow to vote since they have guns to their heads to vote certain way.globalists/democrat party are real puppets while unions top heads tends to never look at overall picture of economy and only care about their own pensions. 5trump can destroy alot of democrat propaganda. hitler/mao/stalin all started as social justice warriors before later revealing their psychopath utopia tendency to dumb down society through force, third parties so they don’t dirty themselves, and indoctrination to be compliant.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/California_Proposition_187#Opposition

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  41. Sally says:

    But they are not all Never-Trumpers. Tim Scott is not. Also keep in mind the date of that meeting was well before the GOP race leaded out. TH CTH claims not to prejudge people. Remind yourselves again not to make enemies of everyone with whom you disagree. You need to take the high side, and not destroy your own neighborhood.

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    • Coldeadhands says:

      I’ll remember to “take the high side” while I’m falling all over myself endeavoring to “not destroy the neighborhood” all while trying to avoid finger wagging.

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  42. Quote of the Day:
    “Sore losers make winning even more fun.”
    The Great Lou Dobbs

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  43. Radiopatriot says:

    Sundance – this one was a winner — your Grande Finale was laugh out loud impeccable! To see the Cheshire cat grin on Trump’s face as Romney looks at the camera with an “Am I OK?” look on HIS face. LOL… and the Trump quote? Just precious!

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  44. All American Snowflake says:

    President-elect Trump in this snake pit of vipers….. take me in old tender Trump? Scares me to think of it.

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  45. justthefaxpleez says:

    As president Obama so aptly put it. We will reward our friends and punish our enemies. I can’t wait.

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  46. Pyrthroes says:

    With full knowledge of active subversion permeating every level of Congress, tech-sector kleptarchs, sleep-around commentariat poseurs, Trump seems all but unique in his capacity to turn these lurking-menace Deep State troglodytes upon themselves.

    On our objectively quantitative ranking scale of 41 incumbents from 1788 (not counting W.H. Harrison, Zachary Taylor, James Garfield), Trump after 18 month rates fourth, after Thomas Jefferson and a “historical significance” tick above Andrew Jackson.

    If anybody asks, the three absolute worst Presiders, character- as well as policy-wise, were Andrew Johnson (17), W,J. Clinton (41), and Barack H. (Soetoro), 43 [not double-counting Cleveland, as most do, the Trump Administration is Nr. 44 not 45].

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