President Trump Meets Executives From Harley Davidson and Union Leadership…

Earlier today President Trump met with business executives from Harley Davidson Corp along with union leadership and representatives.   A Transcript is included below video remarks because if you review the transcript closely – you’ll see the underlying emphasis on “America First”.


[TRANSCRIPT] THE PRESIDENT:  So it’s great to have Harley-Davidson.  What a great, great group of people and what a fantastic job you do.  And thank you for all of the votes you gave me in Wisconsin.  Some people thought that was an upset; I thought we were going to win it.  From the beginning, we thought we were going to win it.

Harley-Davidson is a true American icon, one of the greats.  Your motorcycles have carried American servicemembers in the war — in the wars.  They take care of our police officers.  And I see it so often — whenever I go — whenever there’s a motorcycle group, oftentimes it’s a Harley.  And the sound of that Harley is a little different, I have to tell you.  It’s really good.

trump-portraitSo thank you, Harley-Davidson, for building things in America.  And I think you’re going to even expand — I know your business is now doing very well and there’s a lot of spirit right now in the country that you weren’t having so much in the last number of months that you have right now.  You see what’s happening.

I’m especially honored to welcome the steelworkers and the machinists to the White House.

Who is a steelworker here?  Well, you’re all steelworkers, essentially, right?

But you folks have been terrific to me.  Sometimes your top people didn’t support me but the steelworkers supported me, right?  A lot of your top people are going to be losing their jobs pretty soon I guess but they’re all coming around — we’re getting them.  But the workers supported us big league.

We want to make it easier for businesses to create more jobs and more factories in the United States, and you’re a great example of it.  That means we have to make America the best country on Earth to do business, and that’s what we’re in the process of doing — we’re redoing NAFTA, redoing a lot of our trade deals, and we’re negotiating properly with countries — even countries that are allies — a lot of people taking advantage of us, a lot of countries taking advantage of us, really terribly taking advantage of us.

We had one instance in Australia — I have a lot of respect for Australia, I love Australia as a country — but we had a problem where, for whatever reason, President Obama said that they were going to take probably well over a thousand illegal immigrants who were in prisons and they were going to bring them and take them into this country.  And I just said why?

I just wanted to ask a question — I could ask that question of you — why?

trump-phone-5-close-upOne thousand-two-hundred-fifty — it could be 2,000, it could be more than that, and I said, why?  Why are we doing this?  What’s the purpose?

So we’ll see what happens.  But a previous administration does something, you have to respect that, but you can also say, why are we doing this?  That’s why we’re in the jams that we’re in.

And you guys especially, the steelworkers, understand what I’m saying, right?  So I just — we have some wonderful allies and we’re going to keep it that way, but we have to be treated fairly also.  We have to be treated fairly.

In this administration, our allegiance will be to the American workers and to American businesses, like Harley-Davidson, that were very strong in the 1980s and I remember this — you were victims of trading abuse — big trading abuse, where they were dumping all sorts of competitors all over the place.  And Ronald Reagan stepped in and he put on large tariffs and you wouldn’t be talking about Harley-Davidson probably right now if he didn’t do that.

But we’re going to help you, too, and we’re going to make it really great for business — not just you, but for everybody.  We’re going to be competitive with anybody in the world.  We’re going to be doing taxing policies very soon it’s going to be coming out.  And I know health care is a big problem for every country — every company as you know has suffered from Obamacare because of the tremendous cost and that’s one of the things that we’re working on hardest — that and tax policy, and tariffs and trade.

So I think you will be very happy.  It’s an honor to have you at lunch.  I really appreciate your support.  You’ve given me tremendous support, your workers in particular have given tremendous support.  I want to thank the people of Wisconsin in particular.  It’s been amazing what happened up there.

It was a big shocker that evening when they showed — wow — I’ll never forget, wow, Wisconsin just went for Trump.  Then all of these people, especially that guy right there — (laughter) — not but then they said, what’s going on?  Wisconsin just went for Trump.  And then Michigan went for Trump and Pennsylvania.  So they were great.

You’re just great people.  These are amazing people and they get it.  So, again, to all of you at the table today, thank you very much.  We appreciate it.  We really appreciate it greatly.

Q    Mr. President, is military action off the table in Iran?

THE PRESIDENT:  Nothing is off the table.

Q    Mr. President, the Russians are thanking you for easing sanctions.

THE PRESIDENT:  I haven’t eased anything.

Q    That’s what they said.

THE PRESIDENT:  Well, I haven’t eased anything.




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99 Responses to President Trump Meets Executives From Harley Davidson and Union Leadership…

  1. Pam says:

    That was awesome to watch but the best part starts at the 4:16 mark of the video. LOL

    Liked by 4 people

    • RedBallExpress says:

      I am proud Wisconsin went Trump! He hasn’t forgot that moment. Now if we can just get rid of Ryan.

      Liked by 7 people

      • Fe says:

        Way to go WI! I love how our President spreads the love. And while we’re at it, we need to flip Illinois to red. It’s embarrassing to be surrounded by red red red, and MN should’ve gone red too.

        Liked by 4 people

        • libraryg says:

          Other than forever blue Chicago, most of IL is in fact red.

          Liked by 1 person

        • USMCLt says:

          I know everyone uses the red-blue tags for Republican-Democrat, but I really think we should think about dropping their use. For 100 years or better the color red has been associated with Communists. Believe me when I tell you that there is a dark reason for calling Republican states “red”.


          • boogywstew says:

            In all the elections until 2000, blue was the color Republicans used and red was for Democrats. This probably stems from the use of red to identify leftist parties in Europe and conservative parties as blue. In the US, the color blue has always been associated with the Republicans since before the Civil War and especially after, people termed the armies as being the “Blue vs. the Grey” and the “blue” was the North … Lincoln’s army … Lincoln’s party etc. etc. Red has always been associated with revolution, the communist party, speeding dangerous cars, blood and violence. The Main Stream Media unilaterally up and decided to switch it all around and our “fearless” Rino leaders didn’t utter a peep. I suggest that Breitbart, CTH, the Republican Party, Drudge and all other conservatives just go back to the color blue. We can change it because we now have the muscle … the MSM might still dominate the broadcast channels but we are the “powers that be” on the internet and cable. If the MSM starts to contest this point, it’ll serve as another lesson in media bias. Why did THEY change the status quo … there must have been a reason??? If there is a legal way to grab blue for an OFFICIAL Republican color, the GOP better grab it quick. The MSM knows, as we do, that there is a connotation to blue and red and blue has always been associated with loyalty, honor, trust … “true blue” etc. The MSM wouldn’t have done it unless they knew it favored the Democrats. Blue is our color and the Democrats can choose their own color.


  2. p'odwats says:

    While the snowflakes burn down their own socialist enclave in Berzerkley the president is working hard as usual to MAGA

    Liked by 6 people

  3. Tonawanda says:

    Trump is uniting us, as he said he would.

    Liked by 5 people

    • Abster says:

      He really is amazing. I just can’t understand how those who may have been riding the fence won’t give President Trump a chance. This is an incredible journey. I hope within coming months, others jump on the Trump Train. God bless this born leader. I do hope he gets a little shut eye.

      Liked by 5 people

    • Yes Tonawanda Trump is uniting us.

      He is for us, the US citizen, against the globalist and the elitist.

      Trump is also for America first, and we can depend on him to be for both of those things through out his eight year term.

      America First and Citizens first, forever and always.

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  4. Meatzilla says:

    The executives of Harley-Davidson canceled a prearranged and pre-announced visit to their factory by President Trump supposedly over alleged fears that they might have some protestors show up — and therefor Harley-Davidson might get some bad publicity — and then President Trump hosts and welcomes those very same self-serving cowards to our White House within days….. and gives ’em two thumbs up to boot?


    This sets a disappointing precedent for future corporate executives who can still get a hand-up, and maybe even substantial taxpayers hand-outs, for their corporation while simultaneously flipping our POTUS the bird with their other hand while blaming the protestors. It ain’t right.

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    • Oldschool says:

      Trump knows what he’s doing.

      Liked by 10 people

    • Beenthere says:

      These protesters have been kinda violent lately. I’m sure Trump was thinking of the safety of the workers at H-D who voted for him.

      Liked by 11 people

      • thesavvyinvester says:

        “I’m sure Trump was thinking of the safety of the workers at H-D who voted for him.” Perhaps knowing the H.D. workers, he was worried for the protesters safety ;-).

        Liked by 8 people

      • Meatzilla says:

        Did you know that Police at Berkley arrested exactly ZERO “violent” protesters? Not a one. So, in other words, upheaval protests and the protester’s violent tactics are working. Working well, in fact. Why, it’s almost like it may be Domestic Terrorism or some such. So, let’s give in to it — lest there be more of it. That’ll end it. Right….?

        Standing up to it and not letting it rule you and your livelihood, and then defeating it with a team effort certainly seems more apropos….. but what do I know.


        “the unlawful use of violence and intimidation, especially against civilians, in the pursuit of political aims.

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        • Coldeadhands says:

          The names may change; occupy Wall Street, black lives matter, anti Trump during primary, anti Milo…they’re all rent-a-mob via Soros. Pay attention to how quickly demonstrators materialize when an agenda arises. They were assembling at the airports within an hour of the initial release of the immigration EO.
          Sessions will have an appropriate response to all of this.

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          • Meatzilla says:

            Okay. Obviously, all true. Except for the “Sessions” part. That certainly remains to be seen. But, what does any of that have to do with surrendering to Domestic Terrorists and freely allowing on a perpetual basis Domestic Terrorists to dictate what you will and will not do on a day-today basis in your home and at your own business empire….?

            Do YOU want to live like that? Do you want all Americans to live like that? No, you don’t. So, lest the fear and surrender to these Domestic Terrorists ends very soon, it will only get worse [give ’em an inch; they’ll TAKE a mile!], and then it will become all but set in concrete — because hardworking law-abiding Americans were so hung up on political correctness, and fear that their Domestic Terrorism became a “norm”, and was simply accepted as the price of doing America’s business..

            ugh — it’s pathetic and weak — exactly what America and Americans are NOT. Well, used to not be anyway it seems.


        • Meatzilla, I agree with what you say but you do realize that Berkley is in CA, so of course the rioters would not be arrested, and doubly so because they were rioting against a speaker for the right. Protesters don’t destroy property, rioters destroy and set fire to other people’s property and try to hurt people with different opinions. Those in Berkley were rioters regardless of what the media call them.


    • Your opinion. Harley did what they had to do. The last 8 years haven’t been good to any American business that wasn’t a globalist pile of crap “new” world order lackey business, Harley being no exception.

      “Self serving cowards”. Wrong.

      Liked by 9 people

    • litlbit2 says:

      IMHO, there is no comparison of the snowflakes at Harley Davidson and the American bikers. The latter a class act, real Americans.

      Liked by 3 people

    • chbailey says:

      It would have been a better meeting at their factory. The only solace I got from this move was the scene of them Harleys parked in front of the White House …and the power team coming down the walkway from the White House with their security detail…’Merica!

      Liked by 4 people

    • India Maria says:

      POTUS not concerned with grudges. He is working for the AMERICAN worker. This company produces jobs. Companies still in the U.S. have face betrayal and hardships from politicians for decades. This is not a personality contest or an ego match. Lot’s at stakes for us AVERAGE folks that want a living. Trump needs NONE of this, and appears to me UNCONCERNED with insignificant public posturing as long as H-D delivers jobs.

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    • Rick says:

      It’s called leadership, Meat. Those guys are scared of the pro-fascist rioters, so Trump said “okay, then come to my house where you’ll all be safe.” He’s showing that he’s stronger than the fascists, strong enough to protect these American businessmen and workers. That’s the unspoken message I got out of that.

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    • Maybe it was SS that called it off.

      Liked by 1 person

    • boogywstew says:

      Look at it another way … they came to him. I understand your take on it and I think … overall …it makes Trump look benevolent.


  5. woohoowee says:

    Make America Work Again! Make America America Again!

    Liked by 6 people

  6. freepetta says:

    A Harley in every driveway☺️

    Liked by 3 people

    • “Wow, look at that Honda Goldwing!”

      Said no one, ever…

      Bill Harley was a genius!

      Liked by 4 people

      • freepetta says:

        Buy American

        Liked by 1 person

      • suejeanne1 says:

        Mom and Dad went to a lot of truck shows across the country (promoting their OEM as well as after-market products) – Las Vegas was one of the cities where they would spend almost a week, with a booth at the truck show and staying at the Hilton or the Aladdin, I think – there was a contest or drawing for a Harley Davidson, Mom said she entered it every time she went by the booth, hoping to win – she said if she won she was going to put it in the living room just so she could look at it – “Made in America” was a very big deal to Dad and to Mom (I asked her about that Harley again just now, and she would still like to have it!)

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      • boogywstew says:

        All the Harley bikes are forward control except the Street 750 and the Street 500, correct? I think maybe one of the Sportster models was mid control, the “Iron”, or something similar named. I’m more of a cafe racer, mid control naked motorcycle kinda guy and that leaves me out when it comes to Harley, Indian or the soon to be defunct, Victory brand. Harley has been turning it’s back on a sizeable portion of the market for years. If I had the bucks for a new bike it would be a Triumph Bonneville Thruxton or Royal Enfield Continental GT. The “Street” bikes are too heavy for their displacement IMHO.


  7. chbailey says:

    As has been asked before in these comments somewhere, it’s 2017…yet we get 5 minutes of that clacking, clacking sound. What are these, bellows cameras with shutters? Where are the flash bulbs? Digital makes no sound or very little. Just saying. Highly annoying.

    Liked by 5 people

  8. justfactsplz says:

    Many bikers are very patriotic. Harley Davidson should think about that before they make any decision to ship any jobs overseas. They need to keep those jobs right here and their bikes made in the good old USA. If they do otherwise their sales will plummet. Too bad they didn’t take a hefty dose of “Grow A Pair” and keep their meeting with President Trump in Wisconsin. They were afraid of protests. That doesn’t do much for their macho image.

    Liked by 4 people

    • Harley has a ton of competition out there undercutting their pricing, and with the anti-American culture and what Indian did to them back in the day most of the competition is doing so with technology invented by… Harley Davidson, it’s remarkable we can even still get them.

      The bikes speak for themselves, I don’t think the business model has to be “macho”.

      Get one. You’ll be better versed for speaking about them! lol

      As with any company, they do what they have to. Hopefully, things will change for them as well as the rest of us with America First.

      Liked by 3 people

      • justfactsplz says:

        This poor old chick can’t ride a Harley or even a horse anymore, lol.

        Liked by 3 people

        • Rex Brocki says:

          I gave my grandmother a spin around the block on mine when she was 99! (she did it mostly to spit in the eye of a clutch of younger relatives… it worked).
          I hope things have been working better for you since the hurricane.

          Liked by 4 people

          • justfactsplz says:

            Yes, thank you for remembering, things have been good besides pesky health issues. I used to love to ride horses and motorcycles when the opportunity came my way. I have a defibrillator so they so no more horseback riding.

            Liked by 3 people

            • Rex Brocki says:

              Pooh. Fiddlesticks. Dirty ears. You have my profound sympathy.
              I would get a second opinion if I were you, because I have learned that doctors can be frightfully ignorant outside their field of expertise. Back in the 70’s, when I was in the California state capitol fighting round-whatever of their mandatory helmet law (I’ve been in the freedom business for a long time), I made the startling discovery that the states’ chief witness, a most well-qualified bone-specialist doctor (an osteo-somethingist), had the belief that motorcycle riders WERE BANGING THEIR HELMETED HEADS INTO MULTIPLE OBJECTS, SIDES OF TRUCKS AND SUCH, EVERY TIME THEY RODE DOWN THE STREET!! I am not kidding in the slightest, and I managed to get him to admit this absurdity on the stand, which thoroughly eviscerated his “expert” testimony and caused us, the opposition, to win that round with ease (the state eventually prevailed, of course, but not that year, I’m proud to say).
              So I would suggest you see another doctor and ask them if they actually know what riding a horse or motorcycle is like, because I can’t see anything in either of the above (as long as you’re not planning on riding steeplechase in the grand national) that you won’t encounter riding in a car or bus. Good luck!

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        • That’s a shame, I’m sorry! I can’t hardly go a day without a nice ride… only addiction I have left! lol

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    • Patriot Lady says:

      Hey justfactsplz,
      Trump has more testosterone in his little fingernail than all of the Harley big shots. Remember him crossing the barriers in Burlingame, California to avoid the protesters and make it to his rally?

      Liked by 1 person

  9. Andrew E. says:

    Why are we saber rattling with Iran? What specifically are we so upset about that we need to threaten military action?


  10. Eastwood says:

    What, no love for Indian?


  11. This is the 3rd time I’ve read/heard president Trump mention the refugee deal with Australia and tell us how bad it is….today he revealed that the refugees are in prison and once again tells us how bad of a deal it is and why would Obama even agree to such a stupid idea……then he said once again about how the deal is made and he will probably not change it….it’s awful for America but he will probably let it go through…..that’s the part I don’t understand….if it’s so bad then cancel it……and if, for some reasons that we will never know, he HAS to accept those jailed muslims then he should put the onus on Obama and let everyone know that Obama betrayed the safety of America. Maybe he could send them all to Point Barrow Alaska or one of the Aleutian Islands with no way to get off the island……essentially trade one prison for another.

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    • He didn’t say he had to accept those muslims.

      He said he would honor the deal.

      All those refugees must still be vetted before they can enter the US.

      Quite possibly many, if not most of them will not vet out.

      Too bad .

      Back to their crappy, hell hole, third world countries they go.

      Deal honored, no bad guys in the US, most bad guys back in their crappy muslim countries.

      Australia in huge trouble with the US and owes us big time.

      Liked by 6 people

      • I hope your interpretation of what he said is correct. Thanks for the alternate point of view…..and actually it does make a lot of sense

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        • I’m not sure my interpretation is right.

          But I don’t believe President Trump is going to allow 2500 refugees from who know where to come right into our country because Obama made some kind of a deal with Australia.

          I do know President Trump puts Americans and our country first each and every time.

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        • I don’t blame you for being worried though.

          We have been put through the wringer in the last few decades haven’t we.

          Liked by 2 people

        • Wayne Robinson says:

          I just wish uncle Donald would stop saying steel workers. Cause steel workers make steel. Those are the guys soon to be rehired . The manufacturing mostly went to China remember. ? What you should be saying are ” ironworkers ” they are the ones building America , with a lot of help from opperators , carpenters , laborers , boiler makers , pipe fitters, sheeters and roofers, painters , block masons, concrete finishers , electricians , teamsters, glazers , machinery movers , riggers , surveyors , engineers , architects ,and of course investors . I have missed as many as I’ve hit . The fact is it’s all Americans building America up until our government betrayed us for money . Now we have illegal aliens front and center and some black folks can’t buy a job. We have so many poor in America and false actors just want us to take in more . This insanity all needs to stop . Build the wall and everyone here illegally that has to be forced to leave , they should never be allowed to come here again for the rest of their lives. Good people who have not been milking the system and are illegal , let them come back if they remove themselves voluntarily. Let them report to dept of immigration fill out papers of intent then escort them past the border. The others that think they want justice make them wait for court date back below the border , don’t provide attorneys at taxpayers dime. This insanity has to stop. Build the wall . If you want to let some me in establish a principle like for every one thousand are removed let one come in. People that want to be here should be given a set time to apply for citizenship. If they qualify they should be able to speak English and be committed to our norms . The only Muslims I wish to see in America are the Christian kind . We don’t need no religious zealots we have enough . We don’t need to import poverty we have enough. You want to practice charity and good works towards the less fortunate do it unto u. S. Citizens first. End ignorance and poverty here first then help other nations people in their own lands but don’t go there giving food away so the producers can’t sale their stuff , you just end up driving them out of business . Teach improved methods to there people don’t try and do it for them it hurts more than it helps. And for Christ sake stop taking their best and brightest away . Let them make the quality of there people better. Stop trying to make other countries into democratic societies . Let them decide for them self. If you don’t like the form of government don’t supported or act like you do . Get along but don’t go along with wickedness to get along . Make your values known but don’t support lazy people with tax dollars use our lives better than that . Don’t tax me to hurt others no abortion no funding un-American organizations. Stop giving money to globalist , why are these fat cats getting tax dollars to spread lies? All kinds of foolishness needs to stop. Bring back our manufacturing base . Don’t let any foreign country dump there stuff here to destroy jobs . The import war has been lost don’t play balance or nothing no currency manipulations allowed . Body slam China these are evil people , know the history this is not the China that we helped in ww2 that nation doesn’t exist. Today’s China is a lie that started at the overthrow of the old China . Now it’s gangsters that rule over everyone and no one has human rights. Remember the square and always be on the level


      • xyzlatin says:

        Please explain your comment “Australia in huge trouble with the US and owes us big time”. As an Australian who supported Donald Trump, I take strong exception to your comment. Australia owes the US nothing. In fact, Australia has stood side by side with the US in every war since WW2. Korea, Vietnam, Middle East, Afghanistan and has lost many good soldiers.
        The other half of the agreement not mentioned here is that Australia is to take 2000 Central American refugees in return. Also they are not in jail, they are on Nauru and Manus. I did not support this deal at all when it was made by Obama in order to embarrass Trump, PM Turnbull was duped into thinking it would be ok with Pres Trump (stupid, I know).
        However, just because this is a bad deal (for both countries), there is no need for you and others on here to trash talk Australia.


        • Honest Abbey says:

          Hi xyzlatin, I’m not bashing you nor Australia, but can you please explain how America benefits by having Australia take refugees from Central America???? How did we get roped into this deal? Central America IS NOT part of the United States, therefore, those refugees are not our concern.

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          • xyzlatin says:

            Well if you are not bashing Australia, why did you say “Australia in huge trouble with the US and owes us big time”? It seems like bashing to me.

            The UN runs refugee programs and camps around the world and nations that abide by the UN convention agree to take so many refugees a year. The UN vets who is legitimate and who is not. You might call them the “official refugees” as contrasted with the rabble that just invades (as in Europe). (It is why by the way the Christians in the ME are not being picked to go to US, the UN is not selecting them because they are too frightened to go to the camps as the muslims kill and rape them there).

            I am not aware of the details but I suspect this “deal” with the US would have been something worked out through the UN refugee program which is how Central American refugees come into the picture.

            Australia takes so many refugees a year out of the “queue” of refugees in the camps (18,000 I think, which is among the highest per capita worldwide). Australia is refusing to take queue jumpers who are arriving on boats willy nilly from Indonesian people smugglers. These people on Nauru and Manus Islands are queue jumpers coming via boat from Indonesia. The logic is to “take the sugar off the table” by refusing to settle them in Australia. If we don’t, we could have millions arriving each year which would swamp Australia’s 24 million population.
            In view of Australia’s sterling record on refugees, I am very upset with the portrayal here of Australia sponging on the US. Australia has been a good ally of the US and has many soldiers killed supporting US through ME, Afghanistan, Vietnam, Korea, WW2 WW1.

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        • Please accept my apologies xyzlatin.

          I love Australia and her citizens,

          I also believe the citizens of Australia probably had no say in last minute deal.

          What I meant was that because of your Leaders actions in this I believe Australia is in trouble politically.

          The refugees your Leader is sending us, apparently have criminal records and our President is not happy about that.

          My phrase “Australia is in huge trouble and owes us big time” was meant again in a political way.

          Do you think it is trust worthy for you PM to leak to the press the tone of a confidential conversation between him and our President?

          That is some of what I meant about trouble.

          I believe your Leader owes President Trump an apology.

          That is the part about what you owe.

          Not you owing me but your country represented by you PM apologizing to my President, and our citizens,for betraying a trust.

          Our President Trump believes in loyalty. If he tells you a conversation is private and confidential he means it.

          President Trump would never leak anything about that confidential conversation, ever.

          For your Leader to leak it to the press is well, very untrustworthy.

          Australia will have to work very hard to build up this lost trust with our President.

          I do hope we can repair this small bump in our countries long and wonderful associations.

          If you ever get to the US and want to see Colorado please let me know, I would love to show you our state.

          Keep your wonderful county safe. I have never been to Australia but it looks just lovely and the people are wonderful.

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    • Honest Abbey says:

      Maybe he could send them all to Point Barrow Alaska or one of the Aleutian Islands with no way to get off the island……essentially trade one prison for another.

      Bad idea! Must we infect every single state? Until President Trump came along, we were all on the verge of becoming American Refugees and I was planning on fleeing to Alaska. 😂


      • @honest abbey: I only meant that these warm-weather indigents should be housed (if they do have to come here) in the most inhospitable place in the USA. Let them freeze their behinds off on a wind-swept desolate wasteland of ice and snow.
        I just hate this liberal view that we actually owe them the privilege of citizenship just because they want it.
        I just read an article about Switzerland denying citizenship to two different families of Muslims because they wouldn’t get into the high school swimming pool because boys were in the water…so Switzerland told them if you can’t assimilate then you must leave our country….that’s what we should do….and by the way….where are the protests from liberals over Switzerland’s decision.

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        • Honest Abbey says:

          Hi darnhardworker, I understand what you’re saying, but I live in Minnesota aka “Little Mogadishu” and there are days when I relish in the thought of moving to a warmer climate – like ALASKA!!

          The Minnesota winters are BRUTAL and yet the weather here seems to be the only thing the Muslims have acclimated to.

          BTW I was stationed at Elmendorf AFB in Anchorage before moving to Minnesota and to me, the only difference is the landscape!


    • xyzlatin says:

      They are not “in jail”, they are in immigration detention on Nauru and Manus Islands, although most are mixing freely with locals, and some are running their own businesses. And the “deal” was a two way deal which saw Australia take over 2000 refugees from Central America. I did not agree with it at the time, knowing it was Obama doing something to annoy Trump. Blame Obama, he reassured our Prime Minister that because of the special relationship between US and Oz, it would be ok. From the comments on here, unfortunately the special relationship is not known by too many Americans including Pres Trump.


  12. Bl says:

    This man is working his a** off for this country while overindulged liberals ‘resist'(translation=riot and destroy) . I wish there was a way to completely separate from these creatures. After seeing what they’re capable of, I have no desire to have anything to do with them.

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  13. Honest Abbey says:

    Harley bikes are awesome, but Harley bikers are even more awesome!

    I often think about the Harley Memorial Charity Ride in honor of my lifelong friend who was murdered on September 11th in the WTC.

    Billy Lake was a firefighter with FDNY Rescue 2.

    Here’s a link to the ride – swing by and give a silent Thank You to an American Hero!

    Miss you Billy!

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  14. Fe says:

    Geez Louise those vultures and muh Russian questions. Get them out!


  15. He is plundering the democrat base and driving them further to the left and into oblivion

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  16. tuskyou says:

    None of the Harley executives said anything in this video like the pharmaceutical executives did. Wonder why? With most of these meetings Trump has people say a few words.
    I was furious yesterday when the trip was canceled. Harley holds huge events every summer without a problem. It felt like HD insulting their customers/me. Idk, maybe I’m overreacting. I’ll follow Trump’s lead but this pisses me off.

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  17. NJF says:

    Really great, especially bc of all the biker support he received.


  18. aredtailblog says:

    Got to love Harley-Davidson and the cooperation with the America First plan as it unfolds.

    I want to get my own motorcycle within the Trump era of economics.


  19. i hope Harley starts buying more American made parts for the bikes. I read where over 35% of the parts are made in mexico or china.


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