President Trump and Prime Minister May Scheduled 1:00pm ET Press Conference – *update* Video Added…

Seriously – Trump world moves at hypersonic speed.  We have to work on adjusting our schedules accordingly.  Never before have we seen so many policy issues and constructs being directed simultaneously. Newsrooms must be exhausted, and it’s only week #1.

Current News ♦ Mexican Billionaire owner of the New York Times is having a presser at 12:30pm – details unknown (link) ♦ President Trump is scheduled to speak to Vladimir Putin on Saturday (link)  ♦ New report shows Germany’s Angela Merkel also scheduling a phone call with President Trump on Saturday – unknown if before or after Putin (link)

♦ And at 1:00pm today President Trump and UK Prime Minister Theresa May will be holding a joint press conference to discuss their meeting. (Live Stream)

Update – Video added below:

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White House Live Stream Link HERE

[…] British PM Theresa May has made a striking break with what she called the “failed policies of the past”, saying the days of UK-U.S. intervention in sovereign countries are over. These comments will no doubt be picked apart and qualified — and in some ways simply echo Trump’s line that the United States will be putting homeland security first — but they are a deliberate move ahead of her meeting with Trump to set her administration aside from past ones (Cameron, Blair) and redefine a new basis for U.S. ties. (Reuters)

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359 Responses to President Trump and Prime Minister May Scheduled 1:00pm ET Press Conference – *update* Video Added…

  1. Please, one of you Wizards of The Search Engine….

    Please post a YouTube replay of this presser when it becomes available.

    I only caught the last few minutes.

    THANKS!!!

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  2. Athena the Warrior says:

    The corrupt media on both sides of the pond need to be drained. Stupid questions designed to sow division between POTUS Trump & PM May.

    Liked by 17 people

    • Trumppin says:

      exactly what was going on and they were TYPICAL GLOBALIST MOCKINGBIRDS
      I was so proud of our POTUS today, he was a champ for we the people!
      couldn’t help notice Theresa may’s little winkie at that pond scum reporter as she was asking that terrible question mean’t to sow division and ridicule our POTUS across the pond. after that I won’t be trusting ms. may

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    • Such an important presser and I also found them to be such totally stupid questions by THE PAPARAZZI tabloids. Especially the hormonal gender-obsessed-chickazoid who asked PM May “Does Trump listen to you? as if Teresa May is his mother or his wife. I found that question to be rather odd for a professional journalist to ask. She came off like a female who likes to dress men up and put makeup on them like they’re barbie dolls to play with.

      That is what the DAYCARE GENERATION Snowflakes have brought. They say no gender difference but then they only focus on gender. They’re sort of like the skin color obsessed warriors, except instead of shades of skin colors they obsess on sex and gender.

      I loved Teresa May’s answer when she said “We both listen to each other” reminding the chickazoo that communication is a two-way street. I am glad Trump ignored her question about putting women in jail who have abortions, especially since he never said that and the US media created that meme.

      Does he listen to you my arse, hairbrained question.

      And whoever it was that said JOHN ROBERTS of FOX is so great with Trump, again I must disagree, he was almost as hairbrained as that chickypoo and actually asked the UK Prime Minister what she thought about Trump and Mexico’s relationship. She put him in his place right away and followed Trump’s lead “that’s the business of US and Mexico” and immediately cut it off and took another question from another paparazzi who also asked a tabloid question.

      Trump & Teresa were great together for a first time meeting.
      BUT IMO THE PAPARAZZI TABLOID MEDIA RUINED THE PRESSER with their inane negative statements in the guise of questions.

      Steve Bannon: “The opposition party = Media”

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    • It is impossible to understand the Truth with the smoke and mirror political puppets and echo chamber attack parrots of the current Dystopia dominating the information systems. There is a criminal network conducting wars, money laundering and human trafficking. This includes NYT puppeteer Carlos Slim. Whistleblower George Webb explains in multi-part YouTube series….

      “Where is Eric Braverman”…. grand jury level evidence

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  3. Joe says:

    PM May gets it, her body language and rhetoric are clear:

    Ally with President Trump and good things will happen.

    I think she is thrilled.

    The Mex. President should take note.

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    • MaineCoon says:

      Agree. Great PM body language. In accord with P45. I too think she’s thrilled, which I also base on her GOP presentation yesterday. It comes across to me as the biggest event that’s happened to her…just to have been chosen by P45 to ‘the one’ to be chosen for such a time as this — 1 week after inauguration.

      PM took P45 cue when msm wanted to know her take on P45/Mex pres situation….she re-chirped his cue (big paraphrasing) — none of her business.

      I don’t know PM’s political bkgrd. No matter. She is going to wholeheartedly work with P45.

      Like P45 said he can early on assess someone and he thinks they will get along great (paraphrasing). PM looked sincerely pleased like she had passed the test (unlike Mexico).

      P45 opened by saying his mother was born in Scotland. Not a hum from the audience.

      P45 Brilliant. England got it. Scotland got it. Ireland (heard head honcho visiting on Paddy’s Day) & hopefully Wales.

      Another shot heard around the world. Brilliant.

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      • MaineCoon says:

        Remembering that in the not so distant past the sun never set on the British Empire.

        P45 reverberated in many far corners.

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      • Joe says:

        It was brilliant to mention his mother’s Scottish birthplace.

        I bet that will play well in GB.

        Another comment, by PM May, matching Trump’s embrace of “the forgotten man,” although not exactly her words, but her intent was clear.

        Just plain good stuff.

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        • anarchist335 says:

          “It was brilliant to mention his mother’s Scottish birthplace.” I agree. It brings to mind Winston Churchill, again, as Churchill’s mother was born in the USA. It will indeed play well in UK.

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    • Mex President may in fact be so bogged down with blackmail and actual threat of death more than him playing games. The cartels (and there are many different ones) run Mexico and they’re entwined with the globalist cartel. He may have some macho lose face issues as well, but certainly that is not the only reason. Mexico is a failed state and only been propped up by years of NAFTA and US jobs moving there.

      Trump playing it diplomatic. But I do believe Trump when he says he likes him and they have a good relationship. I don’t read things into Trump’s words,Trump is an extrovert, and extroverts are surface people usually say what they mean and mean what they say and we’ve seen far too many people interjecting their own thoughts into Trump. Extroverts don’t harbor hidden thoughts, if they’re thinking they’re talking. I am one so this I have always understood. That’s not to say he doesn’t hold back leverage items.

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    • Marygrace Powers says:

      Agree/ thrilled P45 met with her
      one week after his inauguration/
      PM May can jump start the EU
      a la the heroic PM Thatcher/
      GREAT HISTORICAL MOMENT
      FOR BOTH U.S. UK

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    • Rick says:

      PM May has the people on her side. Mex President is a puppet for the Drug cartels. Like comparing an apple to an orange. Mexico is in no position to screw around with President Trump. He simply has to tax 5% of every US Dollar wired to Mexico by Mexican/Americans and the Wall and its maintenance is paid forever.

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      • Joe says:

        Mex President should jump sides, you know Trump would use the full force of American might against any Cartel that attacks his ally.

        That message can be sent in not so subtle ways.

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  4. asawasa says:

    that was more of a press briefing then a conference. I noticed the digs from the media to try and find something to report as dividing issues between the two leaders. think they both handled that well, especially the nonsense about how does the UK feel about the current situation between Mexico and the US.

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  5. petszmom says:

    well, that was an embarrassment, what a bunch of dolts, even the head dolt, john roberts hit it out of the park with the stupidest question of the whole presser: a question having to do something with mexico????? lol…really, john, and you probably went to college for that???? yes, sweet thing, PM may came all the way over here to be included in a stupid question about mexico. smh.

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    • NE Korup says:

      Nothing is served by having the press ask questions at this type of photo-up. Let them make their statements, have pictures taken, and that’s it. Otherwise, it just becomes an opportunity for “reporters” to puff themselves up by attacking the people at the podium with so-called “questions” which are just thinly-veiled attacks.

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  6. sundance says:

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  7. missmarple2 says:

    For the next joint press conference might I suggest CBN, Infowars, OAN, and some average guy off the street. Thank you.

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  8. Dora says:

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  9. Bull Durham says:

    For the many here who might not understand Minsk 2 agreement:

    It is not addressed to Russia. It is all on Kiev. Ukraine has to accomplish 13 steps, in order, and the Donbass entities have to comply on a few of them reciprocally. Russia is not obliged to do a thing.
    Putin wrote the Minsk 2 document and shoved it down the throat of the Nazi Porochenko, Ukie leader. Russia and Germany and France are witnesses and with Ukraine form a senior group called the Normandy Group. They and the UNSC oversee the Minsk 2 protocols.

    Kiev has never done one step of the orders they have to fulfill.

    Russia is blamed for this (perfect logic for the West).
    Sanctions are kept on Russia because Kiev does not fulfill its obligations.

    So, when you hear Minsk 2, know its about Kiev, but the West uses it to hammer Russia.

    Thus, you just heard and saw Fake Diplomacy News.

    Nothing changes. Innocent civilians are killed by Kiev. Russia is punished.

    Yesterday, the Ukies used a wire-guided anti-tank missile to blast a civilian car in Donbass.
    Made quite a remarkable military achievement for the military we have spent billions on in Kiev.
    You can imagine it destroyed the vehicle and killed on, inured three occupants.

    Reminds us of the famous mortar attack on the bus stop and bus a few years ago that killed tens of people. Ukies are the most disgusting European nazis in seven decades. A project of our State dept., CIA and demented administrations.

    https://dninews.com/article/deadly-ukrainian-strike-civilian-car-anti-tank-missile-lpr-video-report

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    • Bull Durham says:

      Here’s a link to the text of Minsk 2.

      I also should have mentioned the three-party Contact Group who were the key to forcing Kiev to accept this. Russia, Germany and France make the Contact Group.

      At the time, on the battlefield, Debaltsevo was the cauldron the Ukies and about 1000 NATO troops/mercs were trapped. Putin had total leverage on NATO and Kiev. He granted escape for 700 NATO to leave through the line of the cauldron. Then the Donbass army destroyed about 5000-7000 Ukies in the cauldron. The ceasefire has been the regime since then, Feb. 2015. But the Ukies have bombarded Donbass with artillery, mortars and snipers almost every day since. Nazis. Paid for and personally managed by Biden, CIA and US/NATO military advisers.

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        • HonorDefendBuckeye says:

          Bull – You are far more up to speed on all this background and data, and as time permits attempt to do some catching up. Do think your insight/instinct that what is really going on has far more history and current events than we are learning.

          So this is a simple thank you for your efforts in posting data. Not sure what I think about all this, but have come to some serious minded questions.

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          • Bull Durham says:

            It’s a historic containment of Russia that has been going on for over a century.
            The great fear of the Anglo-American world is the unity of Germany and Russia ever.
            That would be one thing still going on against Russia by the West.

            The other thing is the Liberal or neo-Liberal ideology of godlessness, perversity and power trying to run the world, using American Hegemon (with NATO as front line) and realizing that the Eurasia land mass does not need or want European Liberalism. This is the Orthodox Christian target in the heart of Russia. Stopping China and Russia and Iran and India from developing Eurasia thus uses radical Islamic terror because Islam, Sunni or Shiite, is the dominant religion of most of Eurasia. Buddhism and Hindu are the others, along with Orthodox Christianity.

            Those theories of Western control of the globe have set the confrontation.

            US never took its foot off Germany after the war. They obey us. We have a huge footprint inside Germany with all our bases. Merkel did a one-eighty away from Putin when she was told to.

            Ukraine is just a proxy. We hoped Russia would invade and attack in 2014. We had troops in Crimea (secret from Americans, but they were even in Sevastopol, Russian federal city, always separate from Crimean government, and home of the Black Sea Fleet.) The polite green men escorted the troops out. Amazing military operation to protect Crimea and allow the people to vote to leave for the third time since 1991. Not a shot fired. They got the NATO guys out and the Ukies had 25,000 troops in various naval, air and land bases on the peninsula. It was shocking to the West.

            We had baited a war in Georgia in 2008. Putin was too smart and too fast. It only lasted four days. Georgia is a proxy against Russia.

            We have been tinkering around with Belarus, but Russia would move on that one if they had to. No question about that.

            The Baltics are just proxy vassals that scream about Russia. Putin doesn’t need or want or covets anything up there. He has Kaliningrad. He just put nukes in in case the Germans or anyone decides that they would want to take it back. It was a trophy of WWII. S400 missile cover and tactical nukes. No one can touch it.

            So, generally, we fear the big Eurasia development. China is building connectivity with rail, highspeed rail, fiber optic and highways, ports and airports. Russia protects the Central Asian countries with military and provides nuclear technology for electric power, gas and oil for those that lack it or need more.

            There is a theory that Trump wants to split Russia and China, offering Russia all sorts of goodies like no sanctions, Ukraine, membership in the G8 again, tickets to Mets games, whatever. Putin will never cut a deal. His deal is no deal. The Russians don’t trust the US for deals. They have been involved with Minsk 2 and the Syrian stuff and know that the US doesn’t keep its word. And the missile defenses violate treaties and agreements. And the NATO taking in Eastern Europe and now Balkan nations is a violation of agreements.

            So, there may be cooperation, but there won’t be any “deals”.

            It is going to be interesting.

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            • HonorDefendBuckeye says:

              I have processing to do, more to learn. I do know that “Ukraine” as originally constructed was a fiction with boundary lines that ignored historic, ethnic, and religious realities. This partly resulted from Stalin arbitrarily artificially dividing lands and peoples, the communist world view in general, the cold war decades, the speed of events overcoming more judicious action, animus of other countries seeking advantages, and so forth.

              Thank heaven, the Crimean part of the equation was removed when very calmly returned to Russia — always saw that as justice, whatever was “reported,” knew that the historic tie was Russia.

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            • charlottecorday says:

              i also want to thank you for this overview, i am so tired of the “Russia invaded Ukraine” lie…
              I was also so impressed by the operations in Crimea…part of Russia since Catherine the G….
              an operation done with so much ability and professionalism, no one was killed.
              There is no reason for conflict between Russia and the Us…we even look like the same people!

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            • Blade says:

              Bull Durham, excellent points in your comment. Did you see SauerKraut on Tucker. Man, this cold war will never end as long as the coalition of NeoCon and NeoLibs exist.

              As you say, this anti-Russian realpolitik goes back a very long way. Some think it is righteous anti-Marxist-Leninism or some devolution of the anti-Communist cause which most of us subscribe to. But after seeing McCain and Graham lately, and Krauthammer tonight, I’m starting to think it is more akin to a self-isolated cultish clan, academic in theory and Machiavellian in practice. As they are neither “new” ( as in neo ) nor “conservative” or “liberal” ( as in con or lib) they are a different thing entirely than current language can describe. We also need to throw out the “Jew” and “Israel” descriptors as well since they clearly cross all religions ( indeed the majority of the anti-Russian cult is or soon will be Moslem, count on it ) and the anti-Russian Jihad predates modern Israel itself obviously.

              I would make the case we are seeing neo-Wilsonian Utopian Internationalism complete with delusions of grandeur. Indeed this diagnosis covers most of the visible symptoms we see, particularly the academic theoretical know-nothings driving the train. The fact that these international do-gooders now have armies, treaties, and alleged public opinion polls in their favor is all that separates them from the dead-end that Wilson faced back in the ‘teens. And where would they ever stop? Nowhere! Again, see SauerKraut on Tucker clearly explaining that there is no place we cannot go to fix the problem, Constitution be damned. Muslims kill for Allah, Wilsonians kill for Globalism. Muslims point to the presence of infidels in their holy lands and non-Islamic western hedonism as foils, while the Wilsonians point to dystopian crises and border conflicts, real or imagined.

              Some might remember Star Trek opaquely used metaphors of Federation vs Klingons vs Romulans to describe the realpolitik of USA-Soviets-Chinese. Somehow Roddenberry and his successors predicted the current paradigm, with McCain/Graham/SauerKraut vying for the lead role as Captain Kirk ( oh, we need a meme of Kirk screaming “Russia!” instead of “Khan!” here badly ). Meanwhile, President Trump is looking a lot like Mr. Spock’s détente overtures in The Undiscovered Country. My point is that it is amazing that few can so easily miss the fact that here we are, 26 years past the fall of the Iron Curtain and we are still treating Russia as Klingons! We need a shaming campaign to shut these fools up.

              I’ll always remember that press conference when Rumsfeld ( perhaps a neocon, but nothing like McCain/Graham/SauerKraut ) quite correctly spoke of old Europe ( traditional NATO members ) versus new Europe ( ex Soviet bloc ). The liberal press had a cow signifying the direction that the new millennium was already taking. The Soviet Empire had already been disintegrated for a complete decade and the general consensus was gearing up for Cold War II.

              I’m harder than most on this subject. I think the cult of globalists have talked themselves into nothing short of anti-Russian bigotry, perhaps even a general anti-Slavic bias reminiscent of the “Jap” as subhuman beliefs prior to the 1950’s or so. Now that they have been normalized another bogeyman must be maintained. In the past it has variously been Indians, Chinese, Irish, Italian, Catholic, Jew, Japanese. What’s left? I guess Russians. They are useful because they tick multiple boxes and unite disparate groups into an unholy coalition. They hate them because they are far less Communist than China and even our own (D)emocrat-Socialists here at home, and probably less Socialist than most of old Europe in general no matter how they try to portray themselves. And they have commuted the secular sin of re-opening up the Churches across a massive geographic country. ‘Those bastids. Now they’ll never have gay pride parades and transsexual conventions!

              So, the enemy who is best represented by Soros as the face IMHO, has cleverly united his enemies: “rightwing” “conservative” “republicans”, to his own natural allies: leftists, globalists. international communists into a wicked cabal. We see Soros, McCain, Graham, Clintons, EU, Islam all on the exact same page in situation after situation. Meanwhile Trump comes along and thoroughly disrupts this nice, neat package of globalist utopianism by merely using (un)common sense. I sincerely hope that regular people self-educate themselves about this larger picture ( one much bigger than Ukraine or Crimea or Turkey or … ) because we don’t have much time left to capitalize and finish them off once and for all. Trump and Putin quite literally can change the world if they are clever and cautious. But they need our help.

              So, there may be cooperation, but there won’t be any “deals”.

              I hope you’re wrong about this. Indeed it is a massive hill to climb against the forces arrayed against them. I think one thing is fair to say, if they ( Trump and Putin ) cannot do it, then no-one ever will. Meanwhile we here at home need to do our part. We must expose and get the McCains and Grahams out of office.

              I remain optimistic at least with respect to foreign affairs ( saving our Constitution here at home is another matter entirely ). It wouldn’t surprise me at all if Israel/Palestine and Turkey/Syria/Iraq/Iran and Libya/Egypt/Sudan and all similar regional conflicts really get resolved now. As long as we can keep the globalists at bay and out of their way they have real opportunities at this moment in time.

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            • anarchist335 says:

              Bull Durham, what is the Soros connection to Ukraine carnage?

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      • phil fan says:

        Thank you for sharing your knowledge on this with us

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      • Deplorable Ukie says:

        ‘As for Debaltseve, the military victory there is probably a political failure. After all, according to the logic of Russian officials, it turns out that the separatists can simply ignore President Vladimir Putin’s will.’
        https://themoscowtimes.com/articles/russia-lost-the-long-game-at-debaltseve-44177

        ‘ Over all, the Mattis in my notes seemed intently focussed on stability, wary of warfare that sought to promote democracy or idealism, sentimental about the independence of the Baltic states, firmly committed to nato, and unsentimental about Russia. During our stay in Estonia, he spoke publicly at a think-tank conference and made plain his commitment to the Baltic states’ membership in nato and the obligation to defend them from Russian aggression. He was particularly emotional about the role Estonian soldiers had played as nato members in Afghanistan and the sacrifices in lives they had made there.’

        http://www.newyorker.com/news/news-desk/travelling-with-james-mattis-donald-trumps-pick-for-secretary-of-defense

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    • This is why I don’t particularly care nor trust PM May. She completely ignores that NATO was reneging on the agreement not to form along their border. I support the Crimeans who overwhelmingly voted to return back as part of Russia. It would be like a US president giving SoCal away in a drunken stupor to MEXICO. Then after a few years a new US Administration giving SoCal the choice to come back to be part of US again and SoCal voting unanimously — and without one shot or anyone getting hurt — to join back with the US. Then Canada butting in and saying no they should be back with Mexico.

      I wish the best for UK but I am no fan of their foreign policy when it comes to Russia, nor the US until Trump. Both countries have been instrumental in blowing up the world and setting the entire Middle East on fire. By countries, I mean their leaders, aka Bush-Clinton-Obama. Travesty.

      Besides, PM May is not taking into consideration the harm it does to our allies, specifically Italy and others who depend on trade with Russia. It’s like the EU just wants to make Italy poorer and poorer.

      The EU just loves to punish Russia for Putin making his country safer because they want to take Russia down.

      And both US and UK take the credit for winning WWII when it was Russia that took all the casualties and IMO won the war against Germany and we and UK helped. This is the thanks Russia gets. Not to mention they keep equating Putin with Communist Stalin.

      I hate to burst PM May’s bubble, but I don’t believe that Trump would continue the sanctions against Russia, it’s actually bad for the economy of Europe and will severe our relationship with Russia as well.

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    • Deplorable Ukie says:

      Bull,
      ‘ Ukies are the most disgusting European nazis in seven decades. A project of our State dept., CIA and demented administrations.’
      Wow, just wow. One may wonder why an American has such an exclusive access to top secret genetic, intelligence and epistemological information about Ukrainian nation. Have you received your talking points from your omniscient source in Crimea?

      ‘Indeed, as research in social psychology tells us, when peoples’ misconceptions are challenged by factual evidence, they do not just see the light and change their beliefs, but rather they double-down and believe even more in their misconceptions even more strongly.’
      https://themoscowtimes.com/articles/russias-propaganda-war-will-backfire-3593

      ‘The Ukrainian side has fulfilled 95 percent of the political obligations and 100 percent of the security requirements in the agreements, Poroshenko was quoted as saying by Interfax Ukraine during a news conference which followed his talks with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.’
      https://themoscowtimes.com/articles/poroshenko-says-ukraine-has-fulfilled-minsk-agreements-54533

      Here are the links to the Ukrainian side of the recent events of the ongoing conflict.
      http://www.unian.info/war/1744822-ukraine-reports-1-kia-in-past-day-as-donbas-militants-use-grad-tank-against-ato-forces.html

      https://www.unian.info/war/1736396-ukraine-reports-attacks-in-all-sectors-in-donbas-in-past-day.html

      http://www.unian.info/war/1735887-ukraine-reports-25-militant-attacks-1-kia-in-last-day.html

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      • phil fan says:

        Interesting, A very contrary POV

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        • Bull Durham says:

          The POV is contrary because it is false and based on total fabrication of propaganda.

          Might as well understand that Moscow Times and Unian are the full-throated nazi Russophobic megaphones of the Liberal European warmongers.

          Laughable to quote Voice of America and Soros outlets, but this is a shameless argument technique of supporters of Bandera.

          Canada is the North American resting place of all these nazis, like Argentina was of the German Nazis.

          The facts on video don’t lie. Look at Liveleak and go through some of the last three years.
          Check out the archive of SouthFront.org.

          There is so much that Graham Phillips and RT/Ruptly has on video of ethnic cleansing in Donbass.

          These sad people of Ukraine are going through the erasure of their own history and a reconstructed “truth” is being substituted. Whole libraries of the pre-91 decades are being erased to tell a new Ukie “history”. Their psyches have been massaged for over 70 years.
          Poland has challenged them on the slaughter the Ukraine nazis committed, so it isn’t just the rest of the world in favor of Russia. All their neighbors laugh or shout at them when they recite the “new facts of their cult life”.

          It’s sad, pathetic, tragic and criminal. They are destroying every good thing, driving out their best and talented, murdering their most courageous journalists and thinkers. The fact is millions have left for Russia (horrors!) and many (one third of them by a recent poll) want to leave Ukraine forever.

          It is a charnel house with another area in the west Ukraine totally uninvolved with Russia, Transcarpathia, ready to separate from Kiev.

          Ukraine is a project broken and damned by their own hands and the malice of the US State Department and CIA, with the bloody assistance of the IMF, NATO and US Military.

          There is not “other side” of the Truth that contains another Truth. The other side is lies.

          Trying to spin Debaltsevo is their ultimate self-deception.

          As the men of Donbass say to them: come on and attack. The Ukies will be slaughtered worse than anyone can imagine as payback for their criminal war.

          You cannot find one iota of factual evidence that Ukraine has fulfilled one step of the Minsk 2 accords. OSCE, PACE, NATO, Nuland, no one would make that statement but a self-deceived Ukrainian.

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      • charlottecorday says:

        why don’t you go spend time with Victoria Nuland…she seems to be out of a job now, thank God.

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  10. aqua says:

    This was a good meeting. As with all international discussions, it’s always important to start off with ideas and topics in common to both, which they are doing. Her wearing red was a nice touch, connecting the colors in both the British and US flags.

    And so great to see the Churchill bust where it belongs in the Oval Office. In memory of all who fought on both sides and the tremendous sacrifices made. Snowflakes need more history classes.

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  11. paper doll says:

    It’s significant she ran over here. I forgot the man as been in office just a week! Seems longer….in a good way! I guess he’s really been POTUS since November 8 th. MAGA

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  12. quintrillion says:

    The questions from the British press where outrageous. The look Trump gave the BBC, Laura….(if looks could kill…omg.) Trump, “this was your choice of a question?’ May says, “yes”. Trump, “There goes that relationship”.

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    • Oldschool says:

      Utter disrespect from the foreign media. That reporter as well as the man who called our President “brash”. I never in my life have heard this type of venom spewed towards our president in our house. They don’t deserve any future invitations. I am an outraged American!!!

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      • Howie says:

        They believe the US Press. The press corpse is an enemy of the state and should be treated as such.

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        • NE Korup says:

          The BBC reporter has done damage to the U.S.-U.K. Special Relationship today. Trump has a long memory! As much as I like the Queen and PM May seems earnest enough, I’d love to see Trump deny the BBC any future press credentials. Throw them out of the country!

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      • In all fairness to the UK, Americans do come off as “brash” compared to Europe, with the exception of Italy or Ukraine or other countries who are not as prim and proper. I have never heard Trump described as “brash” in Italy nor in certain parts of the US, like New York or SoCal, but I do hear him described that way by “midwestern nice” Americans and also prim and proper cultures.

        I do not notice Trump being brash at all. He is refined in many ways actually. Phony and subdued people irritate me a bit, if they are holding back. Some people, like Pence are that way just naturally, but I prefer a personality like Trump’s.

        If anyone was BRASH it was that Snowflake reporter that asked him that rude question. It was nasty and mean and brash.

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    • freeperjim says:

      That BBC reporterette is just another leftwing snowflake crying over reality…

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    • SharonKinDC says:

      Evidently, many women these days qualify as ‘nasty women’. So unprofessional, yet they don’t mind b/c spewing bile is more important.

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    • Atomic Betty says:

      That comment from the male British reporter about Trump changing his positions was completely out of touch with reality.

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      • Joe says:

        Absolute separate reality.

        Just President Trump’s first 5 days put the lie to that.

        Waste of time.

        Would rather Sundance have gotten a question, via proxy, of course.

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    • I thought the questions from the tabloid reporters of US were just as bad. I give both sides a BiG FAT “F”

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  13. Am77 says:

    What’s this “Daesh” crap from Theresa May when describing ISIS? She just can’t help herself with the Muslim virtue signaling.

    Liked by 7 people

    • Larry Johnson says:

      I thought that the Islamic Extremists prefer ISIS or ISIL and consider “Daesh” an insult.

      Liked by 2 people

    • paper doll says:

      She couldn’t go home if she didn’t lol

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    • Not sure what you mean by Muslim Virtue signaling by using the word used in the Middle East to describe them. DAESH is basically “THROAT CUTTER” in their language.
      ISIS means what.

      It is a MADE up term, what it means, well ISIS is the goddess of early Egyptian religions. What does the Muslim religion have to do with an egyptian goddess. The term Obama and others used was isil (ISIL). Perhaps because Obummer and others just couldn’t have the honesty and courage to call them members of organizations funded by the US and other countries and CIA resources. You think those guys could afford all those NEW suvs and those weapons and more.

      Can you tell me why those names are superior to “throat cutter”.

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      • wheatietoo says:

        “ISIL” is an acronym for…’Islamic State of Iraq & Levant’.

        They prefer to be called that.
        The reason why, is because the ‘Levant’ is a large area of land that encompasses Israel and even parts of Greece.

        So…calling them “ISIL” is considered a complement; an affirmation of their greatness & power.

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    • wheatietoo says:

      That is what Arabs call them…”Da’esh”…and ISIS hates it, bigtime.
      The IS terrorists consider that name an ‘insult’, and have said they will “cut out the tongues of anyone who calls them that”.

      “ISIS” is a Western construct to describe them, an acronym for “Islamic State of Iraq & Syria”.

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  14. truthandjustice says:

    I guess I differ from all the negative reactions. Thought it went great and Pres. Trump handled great. Yes, irritating with the questions from British press but that sounds like nothing now with all the horrible stuff we’ve been through with our press. He answered well, all ended well.
    Even Cavuto was impressed. ha. Also liked his remarks about talking with Mexican Pres. It’ll all end well.
    WINNING!

    Liked by 5 people

    • Martin says:

      President Trump was great. No question there. Everyone else at the presser, not so great.

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    • missmarple2 says:

      My only real beed was with the press. ESPECIALLY BBC who might just as well have said, “Since you are such a monster, however in the world can we have a relationship with you?”

      I know that WE know how horrible the US and European media are, but I don’t know how much the general public in the UK realize it. My concern about this is that the BBC (who favors Labour) will use it to stir up antagonism not only with the US but with PM May. The BBC also broadcasts by radio to places like Africa, so they have a big megaphone.

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      • Atomic Betty says:

        “Since you are such a monster, however in the world can we have a relationship with you?”

        lol. That pretty much sums it up!

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      • NoeliCannoli says:

        BBC has sadly become a caricature of leftist, globalist indoctrinated pissants. Overpaid and overhyped, like all Western media. So full of themselves that they speak to our POTUS as if they are a peer, instead of with the deference that he deserves. Insulting. Pulling the plug on NPR / PBS will have an extra benefit: not subsidizing BBC America programs. MAGA.

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        • Research of child trafficking and pedophile rings indicate that BBC is one of the entities that is responsible for the coverup and why this easily solvable crime goes unsolved year after year. Similar to our MSM in the US who are involved in the same coverups. Monica Peterson sure learned what happens when a reporter gets close to exposing child trafficking and pedophilia.

          BBC = CNN = FAKE NEWS = THE OPPOSITION = GLOBALIST CABAL = MI6 = CIA

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      • I have watched like 5 BBC specials on President Trump since the election and they are worse then CNN. The lies they told were from beginning to the end.

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    • Interesting people think it was only the British press that did bad. John Roberts of FOX’ question was HORRENDOUS! He asked Trump about “souring relationships with a foreign country already this early in his presidency.” Then he actually asked PM May what her opinion on that was.

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  15. DebbieUK says:

    Although I hated the journalists ,I enjoyed Trump and May. i thought they had a bit of chemistry and can see it being a good relationship.
    MSM on both sides of the pond need to calm down.

    Liked by 10 people

    • fedback says:

      Media is the opposition party as Steve Bannon told NY Times yesterday.
      May and Trump got along very well, that’s very good. They were the adults in the room

      Liked by 7 people

    • paper doll says:

      Always appreciate your across the pound perspective !

      Liked by 1 person

    • yy4u says:

      I haven’t seen the video, but DebbieUK’s comment struck a real note. “…hated the journalists…” This is what is happening. People are seeing the CONTRAST between Trump and the journalists and the journalists are coming out on the short end of the stick. People likewise are seeing the contrast between how the Democrats are obstructing Trump’s cabinet picks and enough of us remember that President Obama was not treated that way by the Republicans, so the Democrats are losing credibility. It’s difficult to watch the loons on the left (Media AND Politicians) but keep in mind that those in the middle are watching, too, and the contrast is stark and in favor of Trump and his people. WINNING.

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      • They are not journalists, they are rabid paparazzi tabloid news part of the elite cabal, just a hair off from the reality of life aka liars. Not a different beat, but not in tune and out of sync. OUT OF TOUCH. Just a hair out side a parallel dimension. Just like a lie feels, grates against the intellect and the soul. Mighty uncomfortable. Generates anger. Insults the intelligence. Pisses one off.

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      • Your Tour Guide says:

        It’ll take awhile, but the contrasts will work like erosion.The press will keep prattling on
        about how horrible Trump and anything related to him is. Meanwhile, people will start
        seeing improvements in their circumstances financially. People will start seeing
        businesses opening. The re-opening of businesses where closed ones were. Areas
        where you were afraid to go after dark will have a totally different feeling. That’s when
        more and more will start realizing that the media’s been telling them to “Pay no
        Attention to the man behind the curtain ” for all these years. Once that happens,
        they’ll turn their backs on the liars. I’ll bet there’s a whole lot of people here that had
        that a-ha! moment. I’m one of them, circa 1994.

        NOW: If anyone here wants to help accelerate the process, start rolling up your
        sleeves. Literally. You ( and like minded friends) can help change perceptions.
        On a Saturday or Sunday morning, or Sunday, right after church. Grab a bunch
        of trash bags. Get one of those grabber devices that people use that are disabled.
        Get a broom handle, or similar. Duct tape a small pry bar on the end.

        You’re going to go define your area’s boundaries. The trash strewn main drag
        will be cleared of litter. The signs that people put on telephone poles and illegally
        in the medians will go bye bye. “Work from home” and, especially “Will pay cash
        for homes.” Before caller ID existed , YTG used to call the “cash for homes”
        numbers. I’d act interested in selling my home, and then chat on for a bit with
        them, gaining their trust. “You’re going to make these homes Section 8, aren’t
        you?” More often then not, the answer was yes.

        Don’t know if one person will follow this advice, but it works. When I lived in
        Crackville, I’d pick up trash for three short blocks weekly. The first thing that
        I noticed after a few weeks was this. The prostitutes in the area wouldn’t stop
        on those three blocks. The drug deals that I’d witnessed mid block quit
        happening. The activities were still occurring, and surface trash would point
        out to where. Heading off Section 8 in your neighborhood’s a no brainer.
        Believe me, it generally sucks.

        If enough people improve their area’s appearance, it sends off signals.
        People that check out areas that already live in nasty areas will cross your
        area off their list, especially if “nasty” to them indicates “cheap rent”. Clean,
        well tended, show people pay attention. People doing the wrong thing don’t
        want to be in those areas. It might get them arrested.

        Wrapping up another long winded rant: If you do a neighborhood clean up
        (main drag, the gateways to your area), you completely change the feeling ,
        perception of your area. It’s better if you do it early on a Saturday or Sunday,
        before people wake up and notice who’s doing it. Also helps you snag signs
        that people might give you grief about (most of them’s illegal, anyway).

        People in your area will start feeling better, and most won’t even put it
        together as to why. If they begin to think it’s the Trump affect, don’t disagree
        with them.

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        • Superb comment and fantastic ideas. I actually did that one about picking up the trash with a walking stick with a nail on the end on my daily jog-walks (Arizona) and chit chatting with others jog-walking, and you’re right, loitering people that normally collect in an area moved on. It’s a territorial thing and it works. At the very least it lets would-be robbers know people are out and paying attention.

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          • Your Tour Guide says:

            Thanks for the kind words, Monique. Flattery will get you everywhere. And to Phil fan’s
            comment, Yep. Based those and a lot of other actions on Broken Windows. If anybody
            wants to put in the effort to help turn their neighborhood around, buy a copy of “Safe
            Streets” on Nolo Press.

            The basic idea behind the clean ups is it’s something tangible that people can do on their
            own, and for basically nothing. If an area’s surface appeal improves it sneaks up on you,
            makes you feel better. Until Trump’s programs kick in, there’s a need for some way to
            show things are improving. What better way then to have main drag after main drag
            suddenly look better in many locations? Also, if there’s interest in trying this out, keep
            it politically neutral at first. Don’t drag Trump into it, don’t wear Trump gear. Let the
            feeling sink in, then down the line when his programs have kicked in you could maybe
            let some folks know what you were up to. I think that just having the feeling of improved
            surroundings does it without words.

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        • phil fan says:

          Similar to Giuliani’s “broken windows” approach to crime reduction in NY. It worked

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    • paulraven1 says:

      I thought Trump was masterful — honest, tough, gracious, disarming. She strikes me as a too-typical politician. Hard to know what is beneath the blather. Maybe Trump sees something of value.

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  16. Howie says:

    Clearly there is a severe problem with the press corpse. Very strange people. As iff occupy wall street were wearing suits. Get em out. Give em the 86 and yank their credentials.

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  17. Humble Soul says:

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  18. fedback says:

    PM May did very well. President Trump as always. They are going to get along very well.

    Only embarrassment the BBC bitch. She clearly crossed the line as to how you behave as a guest. ‘There goes that special relationship’, said Mr. Trump
    ‘That’s another beauty’ was Mr. Trump’s reaction to BBC when he had his presser in Trump Tower some weeks ago

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  19. miketrivi says:

    The BBC is garbage.

    Liked by 6 people

  20. Summer says:

    As an American, I feel insulted by the level of disrespect shown by the British media to our President, and, by extension, to the American people who elected him. These pencil-pushers forget they are addressing the President of the United States of America, in the White House. What a disgrace.
    To hell with these cretins, get’em out, and keep their coats.

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  21. severance23 says:

    The most distasteful thing, for me, about Laura Kuenssberg’s set of questions was the way she felt she was speaking for the British people, reflecting their concerns. She’s dead wrong, and so are the BBC. There are at least 14 million Brexit voters who feel that the BBC is a liberal anachronism that is well past its sell-by date. I thought Mr. President handled it with his usual grace and humour, certainly more so than it deserved. Shame on you, Laura.

    Liked by 14 people

    • DebbieUK says:

      Agree +++

      Liked by 4 people

    • NoeliCannoli says:

      Be glad you don’t have to live in the UK where you still have to pay for a license for this propaganda.

      Liked by 1 person

      • severance23 says:

        I am in the U.K. and I don’t pay the license. Told them I don’t watch live TV, which is true, and they’ve never bothered me since. More interested in watching Lou Dobbs and Hannity on youtube than being indoctrinated by the psyops of Newsnight.

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        • DebbieUK says:

          I don’t watch BBC either but I do watch other channels .Yet I must pay the BBC tax just for having a telly.I hate the BBC . It cannot go on.They will have to privatise it and if the Tories get a huge majority at the next election ,maybe they will finally tackle it.

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        • Dixie says:

          I knew you were in the UK and thought to myself, oops……..but you handled it well.

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  22. Karina says:

    PING! The Queen has invited Trump to the UK 😊

    Liked by 2 people

  23. fedback says:

    British press has discovered that May and Trump held hands. The horror. Start knitting pussy hats and turn to the streets.
    Media is disgusting. Either Trump is a bully or he is too friendly.
    The opposition party

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  24. Bull Durham says:

    What? No question about Russian prostitutes, golden showers and hacking Hillary’s clear victory?

    Liked by 2 people

    • Bull Durham says:

      Unasked questions from the brief presser”

      “Madam Prime Minister? Did Trump paw your pussy and try to kiss your lips? You know that 17 Intel services have stated that he does that to every woman.”

      “Madam Prime Minister? Trump is about to be impeached. Wouldn’t it be better to wait to talk with Mr. Pence?”

      “Madam Prime Minister? Could you say something to the “Dreamers” who Trump wants to round up and dump them on Mexican soil because their parents brought them here for a good education and to learn about democracy?”

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    • Let’s not give them credit yet, there were many more paparazzi reporters in the room and had the presser gone on longer it probably would’ve been asked.

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  25. fleporeblog says:

    I love trying to read between the lines. When OUR President talked about his previous life, he said that trying to get something done in Europe meant not only getting the country’s approval (which he said happened quickly) but also the EU’s approval which he said was very difficult. He sent a message to Europeans that as long as you stay connected to that “Conglomerate”, you have no one to blame but yourselves as your countries go to s….t.

    I almost see him comparing our regulations that stifle businesses to the EU.

    PM May did a good job of saying OUR President is 100% for NATO with a tremendous out if need be. She talked about NATO making terrorism a priority as well as countries paying their 2%. The U.K. And 4 other European countries that are part of NATO pay that percentage. All the rest come in well below the 2%.

    Winning will never get old!

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  26. PM May is a globalist and wolf in sheep’s clothing, but like so many other politicians the will of the people and manipulation by superior intellects like Trump and Farage will force her to do the right thing, against her own instincts.

    Fake conservative tories are like the old joke Churchill made about Americans – they always do the right thing… After they’ve exhausted every other alternative! That is exactly what fake conservatives are like. They don’t want to serve the people, their boss, they want to live in a globalist fantasy empire. But Trump has shown how we take power back and get the changes we want to restore the greatness of the anglosphere.

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  27. Howie says:

    A new press association would be good. It should have a requirement to meet certain professional ethics bars for credentials and members subjected to complaints and reviews for credibility. The political free for all has to be stamped out. We don’t need it. No facts omitted. No fallacy allowed.

    Liked by 2 people

  28. paper doll says:

    You know every globalist Mr.Trump meets , thinks they will be the one to tame him and bring him around.”….lol” Good luck with that!

    Liked by 1 person

  29. LULU says:

    May is not looking terribly trustworthy, but President Trump is so clearly in charge that she is smart enough to latch onto him and enjoy the ride.

    America’s power for good is once again obvious in the world. Our country’s being powerful and secure is good for the world. That is thrilling.

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  30. Benson II says:

    To me it was like watching a mutual admiration society meeting. It was clear they agreed on most if not all issues and had mutual feelings of goodwill towards each other. I’m hoping Trump’s courage and determination will make others resolve even stronger. He does have that effect.

    I thought President Trump (love saying that) was just a little bit out of his element, not because it was a presser he’s always perfect there, but with another world leader on stage and needing to read from a script. I think one on one conversations with world leaders is a piece of cake for Trump but giving a presser where both have to speak is just slightly different. He still managed to handle it very well and total mastery will not be far behind.

    Do I need to add anything more than has been said about the insufferable morons asking asinine questions?

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    • Dixie says:

      Not to diminish the intelligent aspect at all, because nobody admires him more than I do, but basically our President Trump is a charmer, which was displayed quite vividly when he took her hand in order to steer her – that’s probably when he won her over. Old fashioned, I know, but even powerful women still like chivalry.

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  31. deplorablegracie says:

    Has anybody seen a picture of the quaich given to President Trump? I went to Scotland and was going to give PE Trump a silver one for Inauguration engraved with “The People’s President” but didn’t end up doing it. 😔

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