President Trump Weekly Address – March 3rd 2017…

President Donald J Trump delivers his weekly address from the deck of the USS Gerald R. Ford, the newest aircraft carrier in the fleet.


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108 Responses to President Trump Weekly Address – March 3rd 2017…

  1. Marygrace Powers says:

    Obama decimated our US Military/ what a crime/

    Liked by 13 people

  2. Joyful Noise says:

    I love President Trump’s weekly address. He communicates openness, true transparency, and stays connected to Americans. Personally, I feel so happy just to hear him speak freely and share his vision. Happy Friday everyone! President Trump is at the helm!

    Liked by 12 people

  3. toriangirl says:

    I’ll just say it. I think he looks dashing in that jacket and hat.

    Liked by 22 people

  4. Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

    Meanwhile 2 swamp rats just surfaced. RINO congressmen Mark Sanford of S. Carolina and Walter Jones of N. Carolina just signed onto a Democrat congressional letter requesting the president’s tax returns from the past ten years. Voters in the Carolinas take note.

    M A G A

    Liked by 10 people

  5. mollyonviola says:

    I LOVE this president more every time I hear him speak. I thank God every day for this merciful answer to prayer for our country.

    Liked by 3 people

  6. feralcatsblog says:

    Looks like Trump may be having trouble with “Mad Dog” Mattis. Reports are that Mattis tried to appoint Anne Patterson as a Deputy Defense Secretary and the Trump White House has vetoed it. . Anne Patterson was Obama’s Ambassador to Eqypt and was a big supporter of Morsi and the Muslim Brotherhood. The Egyptians hate her, along with McCain and Graham, for supporting terrorism.

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      • FL_Guy says:

        Hotair is like the NYT of blogs. I don’t trust anything they say. They are always trying to create problems where there are none. If President Trump doesn’t say it, it isn’t real.

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        • feralcatsblog says:

          Andrew deGrandpre‏Verified account @adegrandpre

          WH is thumbs down on Mattis pick for Pentagon’s No. 3, per @elianayjohnson. Anne Patterson was ambassador to Egypt


          • FL_Guy says:

            I stopped reading Hotair back in 2004 when it was clear that the clown who runs it, calls himself Allahpundit was a destructive force constantly pushing whatever negative thing the media put out about the conservatives while claiming to be one. It would not surprise me if Allahpundit was at the party for O hosted by George Will after the 2008 election to celebrate getting O elected. All the media is now trying to create division which is the tactic of divide and conquer. They have gotten away with this for years and it’s time we end it and end their reign. Personally, I trust President Trump and know that whatever is going on, he has it under control. The NYSlimes, The Washington Compost, Politburo, Hotair and the rest of the divisive, propaganda agents of the globalist are not to even be given any credibility and repeating their garbage does their divisive work for them. That’s how I view it.

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      • georgiafl says:

        Another LEAK?

        Has the WH stated such or confirmed?

        Liked by 2 people

        • feralcatsblog says:

          U.S. Ambassador to Egypt: “Muslim Brotherhood’s Lackey”
          by Raymond Ibrahim
          July 17, 2013 at 3:00 am

          Why do millions of Egyptians, including politicians and activists, consider Anne Patterson, the U.S. ambassador to Egypt, a “stooge” for the Muslim Brotherhood — as she is so commonly referred to by many in Egypt, from the media down to the street?

          Last week, for example, El Fagr reported that, during their most recent phone conversation, Patterson demanded that Egypt’s recently appointed Supreme Commander of the Egyptian Armed Forces, General Abdul Fatah al-Sisi, release all Muslim Brotherhood members currently being held for questioning: “And when Sisi rejected this order, the American ambassador began threatening him that Egypt will turn into another Syria and live through a civil war, to which Sisi responded violently: ‘Neither you nor your country can overcome Egypt and its people.'”

          Earlier, Patterson was reported as “trying to communicate with General Sisi, demanding dialogue with the leaders of the Muslim Brotherhood, and concessions to them,” to which Sisi reportedly retorted: “Stop meddling in our affairs… the Egyptian people are capable of looking after their own welfare.”

          These are just the latest samplings from Egypt concerning the ambassador’s attempts to reinstate the Brotherhood to power. The day before the fundamentalist Salafi “Nour” party withdrew from negotiations with Egypt’s interim government, Al Nahar reported that Patterson had “incited them [the Salafi Nour Party] to tamper with the political scene and the road map and to threaten to withdraw from political participation if Dr. Muhammad Baradei becomes elected as Prime Minister…”

          There is also widespread belief that Patterson’s “meddling” in Egypt’s affairs is not limited to General Sisi and the Egyptian media. Several of Egypt’s revolutionary forces, including Tamarod, which played a pivotal role in the June 2013 revolution, are preparing to stage a protest in front of the U.S. embassy in Cairo “calling for the ejection of ambassador Anne Patterson.”

          Even Muhammad Heikal — “the Arab world’s most respected political commentator” and for over 50 years an Egyptian political insider — said during a live interview that Patterson had assured the Muslim Brotherhood’s Hisham Qandil, who under Morsi was Egypt’s Prime Minister, that “there are many forms of pressure, and America holds the keys to the Gulf.”

          Such blatantly pro-Muslim Brotherhood actions are what have led most Egyptians, including politicians and activists, to see Patterson as the Brotherhood’s lackey. In fact, one Egyptian politician, Mustafa Bakari, concluded that “in my opinion, she [Patterson] is a member of the sleeper cells of the Brotherhood, likely recruited by Essam al-Erian or Muhammad al-Baltagi.”

          Then of course, it is widely known that in the days leading to the June 30 Revolution, Patterson called on Egyptians not to protest — including by meeting with the Coptic Pope and asking him specifically to urge the nation’s Christian minority not to oppose the Brotherhood, even though Christians were naturally the most to suffer under Morsi, especially in the context of accusations of “blasphemy,” and are the most to suffer now, in retaliation to the Brotherhood’s toppling.

          These reasons and more demonstrate why Anne Patterson, the U.S. ambassador to Egypt, is a disliked figure in Egypt. More importantly, they also demonstrate the pro-Muslim Brotherhood policies of the current U.S. administration.

          Raymond Ibrahim is author of the new book, Crucified Again: Exposing Islam’s New War on Christians

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          • georgiafl says:

            That is obviously who/what she is…but is it true that Mattis wanted her on his staff?

            Liked by 1 person

            • feralcatsblog says:

              Many reports say so and it is hard to believe they would make this up out of whole cloth. I suppose we will know for certain soon. Although no White House is going to want to play up such conflict between President and his own SecDef.

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          • Shiggz says:

            Perfect! Thank you for sharing. These people appear and we are all left guessing at hat color. What you shared Shows a very clear pattern of someone We don’t want. Kudos to trump wh for catching it.

            Oh Mr mattis. The deep state has blackmail on you? Good let’s destroy the deep state!

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      • Dennis Leonard says:

        Sir,I think that this source is a little bit skewed,”Politico”,

        Politico doesn’t say why Mattis is willing to do battle with the White House over Patterson. My best guess is that they’ve worked together in the past, probably when Patterson in Egypt, and Mattis understandably might want people around him with whom he’s familiar. Patterson was ambassador from 2011 to 2013; Mattis became head of CENTCOM, whose “area of responsibility” includes Egypt, in 2010 and continued there until 2013. They overlapped, and Mattis may have come to appreciate her work for Obama — although why he feels that way, given how she went the extra yard to ingratiate herself to the Brotherhood, is unclear. Maybe he sees Patterson as having been a good soldier for her boss in a bad cause. It wasn’t Patterson setting Egypt policy, after all, it was O. Obama gave her a task and she did it zealously. Although, even if you buy that, why put her at Defense instead of at State, where Rex Tillerson also needs deputies and where Patterson would be a more natural fit?

        Doesn’t make much sense. But then, it also doesn’t make much sense that our Putin-friendly commander-in-chief would choose as his top White House deputy on Russian affairs an expert who’s famously anti-Putin. And yet here we are.


    • rashamon says:

      “Reports are…” CTH hates “reports are…”


    • Thorfinnr says:

      Like I’ve said before, there’s a reason Mattis got almost no criticism or opposition as a cabinet pick.

      Liked by 3 people

    • maga2016 says:

      Mattis trying to appoint such scum isnt the first time either

      Liked by 2 people

  7. Mike says:

    Great chat Mr Potus.

    Love Trump’s Hat ! (and the other one!)

    Liked by 1 person

  8. parteagirl says:

    I love that he added “the country we love” at the very end.

    Liked by 3 people

  9. dakkie says:

    Is OBAMA’S Organization OFA In Violation Of The 18 U.S. Code 2385 – He Is Using This Organization To Overthrow President Trump!

    Liked by 4 people

  10. rashamon says:

    Our President has reconstructed the “Fireside Chat” to communicate with We the People. Nice.

    Liked by 4 people

  11. fred5678 says:

    Fox – Trump live at FL parochial school

    CNN – rerun of Pence email “scandal”


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  12. helmhood says:

    One day there will be an aircraft carrier named the USS Donald J. Trump.

    Take comfort in that, and have a nice weekend!

    Liked by 1 person

  13. MIKE says:

    He really can deliver scripted speeches well. I smile and say to myself, ‘his heart is definitely in it’.

    Liked by 1 person

  14. fred5678 says:

    The first mission of the Gerald R. Ford should be to eliminate the OFA’s, DC HQ.

    This puny wall will not help:


  15. bleu says:

    Thinking he enjoyed doing this video message more than those in the White House – suits his action man nature more than a quiet, four walls box.

    He must be daily stunned learning the truth of the degradation of military readiness, surely he knew it was bad, but to get the actual numbers must be stomach-churning – and after that’s over, infuriating. Congress is as responsible as the Obama administration. Guess they have all lived so comfortable a life they are incapable of imagining any problems that would arise from lowering the nation’s guard. It takes centuries to build a successful society, one attack can destroy it all. After 300 years of the Roman Peace fell, it took over 1,000 years to drag out of perpetual warfare and squabbling. 1,000 years to recover! No person should ever forget it’s easier to lose their comfortable society than to build it.

    To add to the mess: US complains about shortage of pilots. Flying training is expensive and takes time – need thousands of flight hours to be hireable. So, what did the US gov’t do last year? Cut back on funding flight programs to veterans trying to get pilot licenses. There are plenty of capable veterans and private citizens wanting to be pilots, but the current system is crazy disorganized and places a huge financial burden on U.S. individuals.

    US flight students often drop out to work, get more money, then pick it up again until they can’t pay and go back to other work or just give up. Some flight schools don’t really care if their students actually achieve pilot licenses, they get paid for the hours they provide, and drag it out without closure, forcing students to withdraw to shop around to find other flight schools that have the focus to get the student through certifications. This disruption and delay can add months to years to pilot training.

    Like medicine, one would naively assume that any government would be keen on making sure that its society produces a steady stream of capable pilot graduates. It takes years to train a doctor, years to train a pilot. These are necessary professions that are straining under high costs. It might be easier to cut costs in medical universities, but pilot training requires planes, plane maintenance, parts, airport storage and parking, instructors, all sorts of fees. Meanwhile, US flight schools are still training foreign pilots with names like “Mohamed.” While US students, both veteran and non-veteran struggle to fund their training, it seems foreigners’ home country sponsors find the money to pay all the training costs, visas and living expenses for their citizens to take advantage of US training facilities. Flight schools are trying to stay afloat, what are they supposed to do?

    Foreigners walk in and write the check, US citizens are constantly on the phone or email fighting for promised payments that come in late, less than the bill and US veterans are threatened with being booted out if they exceed flying even one hour beyond gov’t-set reimbursement limits.
    Just grotesque how torqued and difficult it is – and all artificially restrained.

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  16. Joe says:

    Nothing looks more genuine than Trump on the deck of a US aircraft carrier.

    Nothing looks more disgustingly fake than Hussein Obama in the same environment.

    Liked by 4 people

  17. toriangirl says:

    PDJT is carpet bomb tweeting. Just TKO’d Pelosi. And, its beautiful!

    Liked by 4 people

  18. Shiggz says:

    We are fighting an evil cult, get serious or surrender.

    Deal with the deep state like you would deal with a hornets nest.

    Don’t smack it and wait to see what happens!

    Liked by 2 people

  19. yy4u says:

    Obama always looked out of place and uncomfortable in bomber jackets and ball caps, but POTUS looks comfortable and within his element. I still think it’s time to play hardball, to send a message to the media, other Democrats and shadow government by bringing back General Flynn in some capacity where the Senate doesn’t have to confirm him. Then sic him on the shadow government. He has sources.

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  20. wyntre says:

    Donald the Master Troll is still at it.

    Liked by 3 people

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  23. JLG 🇺🇸 says:

    Awesome stage for this week’s message…so nice. 🇺🇸

    Liked by 1 person

  24. Sayit2016 says:

    I knew it was bad…but I have to say the depth of the scum sucking swamp dwellers is actually dizzying….Prayers for our President and our country— this is WAR.


  25. That’s my President. Love that green jacket. Also love those brown leather bomber jackets presidents wear sometimes.


  26. judyw says:

    Thanks for posting these each week! 🙂


  27. aur1640 says:

    I’m glad our POTUS talked about the decimation of our Army and Marines. The need for better equipment and more manpower is a must. Me and Mrs. aur1640 had to buy our son extra uniforms and boots to get him by. The red dot scopes on the ARs are knock offs. He gets passed hand me down 30 round clips. What is stunning is the need to ship “care packages” to our fine men and women for extra food, toiletries and some comforts of home. The more I talk about this, the more I become livid and want to break down!! 😡😡 The shrinking of our presence and materials to keep our armed forces running is evil and unacceptable in its own right. The only thing that keeps me sane is that our President cares and cares deeply of our Armed Forces. I’m glad this is high priority. I want, and I hope I speak for the many parents of our warriors, we must give every edge they need to be effective domestically and abroad!! God bless you President Trump for thinking, caring and acting on this!!


  28. buzzybee says:

    Treepers, I defer to you… a question in the back of my mind has been nagging at me. Please forgive my ignorance. I’d always thought, through say the past 30 years or so, that when a U.S. President left office, he ‘rode off into the sunset’ so to speak. Then as a past president he would go play golf, give speeches, consult, name buildings, or whatever. What is it with OTrauma? Have other former presidents formed coalitions (as opposed to a legitimate political group) to unseat newly elected presidents? The opposing coalition set up by the Obama/Clinton cronyists is disturbing, but something seems ‘off’ about it to me too. I can’t put my finger on it. Is it just that all these leftwing lobbyists, cronies, etc. can’t take that their world communist agenda now has a thorn in its huge balloon? I’d always thought Obama was someone’s puppet (Soros, World Marxist League, or whatever) but now I wonder. Unless maybe he’s STiLL a puppet. Can someone enlighten me please? I may have to check back tomorrow. Thanks!


    • ZC says:

      Yes, you are right it is all !!!Very Darn Wierd!!! re: otrauma. (I like that one too… I call it oblahblah.). I am an aging baby boomer, and I never have seen Anything! like this get-going-on-OUT-of-here, will you- please! Finally! Exit Like All Others Politely Do, ex (so-called) President in my life. We ALL need to be Watching him very carefully, this is an extremely dangerous man and times, and nothing regarding him is or ever was as it appears to be. Other than the obvious deceit and lying total destruction and attempted total destruction of this country and other countries, Egypt Libya Syria, in that order, foremost on the mind–with the collusion of our mainstream media, known associated terrorists, and the extremely political and sickly infiltrated everywhere! terrorist organization called the muslim brotherhood.


  29. ZC says:

    I have such immense respect for this man and I am so Very grateful he chose to step up to the plate and take this all on. 🇺🇸


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