President Trump Remarks During National Republican Congressional Committee Dinner…

President Trump delivered remarks tonight at the National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC) Dinner at the National Building Museum.

  • At 24:00 of video belowprompted– Speaker of the House Paul Ryan gave introductory remarks.
  • At 33:15 of the video – President Trump delivers his speech:

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75 Responses to President Trump Remarks During National Republican Congressional Committee Dinner…

  1. wolfmoon1776 says:

    One of Trump’s best. Love the way he now lets his appreciation of history show. Great President!

    Today, it was Lincoln, but he loves ’em all, one way or another. We are so lucky!

    Liked by 22 people

  2. Pam says:

    This was a beautiful speech. POTUS hasn’t lost his touch when it comes to speaking directly from the heart to the American people.

    Liked by 18 people

  3. Pam says:

    Liked by 2 people

    • Disgusted says:

      Anxious to watch , but as soon as I saw ryan at the podium I couldn’t click away fast enough. So sorry he had to be included here. Just can’t stop seeing him as another pelosi in the making. Not enough podiums in the world for HER or HIM!

      Liked by 3 people

  4. WeThePeople2016 says:

    Loved it. Love his sense of humor, too. I also like the way he provides teachable moments on history. He pointed out that the GOP needs to talk more about their role in history.

    Liked by 15 people

  5. CheshireCat says:

    BTW, I noticed that President Trump saluted properly (in the picture), with arm/hand straight as a knife, not bent with hand cupped like Horseface Kerry did when “reporting for duty” in 2004 to run against Bush II. Even a lot of military officers don’t seem to know the proper way to salute these days.

    Liked by 12 people

  6. MountainLady says:

    Years of military school training…one never forgets how to do it right!

    Liked by 4 people

  7. muffyroberts says:

    I tried to watch the Paul Ryan speech, but it was so insincere that I had to skip through it, when he started talking about how great it is that the Republicans are the majority in the Congress, and we have a Republican President. Ryan acting like he is BFFs with President Trump. Gag me.

    Anyway, skip forward to President Trump’s speech, and you will feel great again. 🕺

    Liked by 12 people

  8. anthohmy says:

    After watching as much footage as I could find over the decades, he is more relaxed than ever -, completely in his element, exactly where he belongs. Settled.

    He is so richly textured a human being – we are so lucky to have this front row seat as the spectacle unfolds and unfolds and unfolds… He’s making me laugh again.

    Liked by 9 people

    • SpanglishKC says:

      Spot on anthohmy…

      I am continually amazed by the President’s demeanor. This is a man who knows full well he is sorrounded by enemies, fake friends and supporters (snakes), has to wage war on multiple fronts and has a monumental job to do. Somehow he is not bitter, or angry or defeated. He smiles, he has a sense of humor and a confidence bourne of a life with many highs and many lows that have strengthened him, prepared for this most monumental of tasks that he willingly took on.

      TRUMP IS PROOF G_D LOVES AMERICA. He has taken the unlikeliest man, prepared him their whole life for this moment in time. Thanks be to G_d for not giving up on America and thank you President Trump for saying “yes, send me”

      Isaiah 6:8

      Liked by 3 people

  9. georgiafl says:

    President Trump is wearing his serious deep blue stripe ‘State of the Union’ tie (no dimple).

    Liked by 7 people

  10. Reality Wins says:

    “We’re going to have a great eight years together!”
    — President Donald J Trump

    Liked by 11 people

  11. Stinky-Inky says:

    I really cannot stand Paul Ryan

    Liked by 6 people

  12. Katherine McCoun says:

    As many of have said, couldn’t stomach Ryan – even when he is saying good stuff about President Trump. However, I listened for about the last 2 minutes. Anyone else get a special satisfaction that Ryan has to say these things? Maybe its a little petty of me but I love that all of the GOPe in the room now get to sit and listen to our President Trump. Satisfying.

    Lovely talk. Familiar to those of us here as we all listened to many, many rallies. Love his off teleprompter moments as they are the most genuine and close to my heart.

    President Trump restates that he is just the messenger and he adds this tonight, “but I did a good job as a messenger!” Love that addition as he has done a Tremendous job.

    Liked by 11 people

  13. Ryan’s scampering onto center stage was a disgustingly self-serving move as President Trump finished his speech.

    Who wants to Dump Lyin Ryan after his RINOCare change that forces us to fund Health Care for Illegals?

    Liked by 1 person

    • the5thranchhand says:

      You know lyin’ Ryan should have been forced to give up his house seat when he ran for Vice President. He really is a disgusting being.


    • ivehadit says:

      Trust me, for the 5 illegals that are left after Donald builds the wall and cleans out our country, it won’t be such a problem.

      Liked by 2 people

    • MaineCoon says:

      I noticed Ryan scurrying to share the spotlight at the end. Also noticed President Trump talking more to the other guy than to Ryan. Bet Ryan noticed that too.

      Liked by 4 people

    • p'odwats says:

      Ryan is about to get his butt handed to him on his healthcare bill. The president knows this bill will never pass and now he’ll step in to get a far better bill worked out. The best part is Ryan and the GOP leadership will get egg all over their faces and they can’t blame the president one bit for it. President Trump is playing political chess all over Paul Ryan, and I doubt the speaker knows he’s been played.

      Liked by 4 people

      • amjean says:

        I agree and am thinking that President
        Trump is playing Ryan like a fiddle.
        After hearing Rand Paul on Lou Dobbs
        tonight I am even more convinced that
        this is the case.

        Liked by 3 people

        • p'odwats says:

          Amjean, it’s amazing how we have so many people on our own side who think the president is being suckered by Ryan and the RINOS in the House over this bill. Really? The president has run circles around the globalists within the Democrat and Republican establishments for nearly two years. He took on 16 Republicans who were all in some part funded by the establishment and beat them all. He faced long odds and beat the ultimate establishment figure in Hillary Clinton to win the presidency. So with all of that we’re supposed to believe that Donald Trump is letting his guard down and letting those two snakes Paul Ryan in the House and Mitch McConnell in the Senate lead him by the nose. Fat chance. They tried to take him down during the primaries and the presidential election. The president knows none of these swamp dwellers in DC can be trusted. President Trump is no rube. He’s three steps ahead of these clowns.

          Liked by 1 person

          • Hollywood Bungalow says:

            Trump’s narrative gets blown up if the bill doesn’t pass. It hurts the entire party.

            He’s not trying to “get” anyone. He’s trying to pass the damn bill.

            The number of conspiracy theories on this site is astounding and silly.


            • Daniel says:

              It is a really bad bill. What conspiracy theory? Ryan and others are obviously beholden to big insurance companies.


              • WVPatriot says:

                Ryan is beholden to “everyone” but We, the people.

                He legislates for everything that is detrimental to the survival of our Republic.


                • WVPatriot says:

                  Ten years ago, Ryan talked about issues that interested me. Not an easy thing when it comes out of the mouth of a politician. Over the years, he has only disappointed me as another promises, promises, promises RINO.

                  Praise almighty God for President Donald J. Trump…a true American Patriot!


            • Marc says:

              You don’t like it, leave.


      • Marc says:

        I’ve got a feeling Sec. Price, Bannon, and other Deplorables are working on the real plan as we speak. Could be already set to go but Ryan must be shamed and humbled for the whole thing to work.

        Liked by 1 person

      • aqua says:

        This has been my guess all along, too. Give Ryan his chance, and then see what happens. President Trump has been open about encouraging comments and changes to the bill, too, so if even after that open door, Ryan can’t muster votes, he may well be on his way out. At least as Speaker.

        Ryan has probably never worked so hard as he is right now…..


  14. starfcker says:

    I still get chills when I hear or read the words President Trump

    Liked by 3 people

  15. History Teaches says:

    One of the best parts of his legacy will be how the President teaches the Republicans to grow a backbone. Yes, the uniparty infiltrated everywhere but there is a solid core of legitimate conservatism that can be encouraged to step forward out of the shadows. You can see it at state and local levels, but to play at the federal level current norms require compromise or silence.

    It will take at least eight years to transform the party fully, and require a top flight class of younger or less well known figures to enter the system or fight for higher leadership positions.
    The talent is there to some degree but hasn’t been mobilized or nurtured.

    Pride and confidence in the basic tenets of conservatism must become seen as a virtue, not an encumbrance. For too long ‘progressive values’ have been taught as unassailable truths. And the pop culture world and MSM reifies ansionary. d amplifies that belief. But that world view can be deconstructed with patience and persistence. And fighting in the educational trenches.

    The President is a master motivator and visionary. One on one I feel he can open the eyes of the most strident obstructionist. But in politics they run in packs. That’s why I concur with his effort to work one on one with Ryan, McConnell and other senior figures. The pack get their signals from above. Sure he may not win them over entirely. Especially those deep within the state. But good for the President to use good faith and integrity to at least make the effort. It’s still very early in his term and things are ambivalent, but down the road we may see positive results.

    Liked by 4 people

    • Bull Durham says:

      Yes, visionary. He doesn’t get enough props for his vision as a builder. He built the Movement with his vision for MAGA. He has built a cabinet with his vision for America First. Now he has a vision to construct a modern 21st Century Infrastructure that will transform the economy and expand the Middle Class. His vision is concrete, building real components of real progress. And along the way he is building political relationships by bringing in stakeholders from sectors of power, wealth, the skilled and ambitious. Any group that wants to grow and prosper are at the table. And they come away imbued with his vision for America.

      Liked by 4 people

      • Disgusted says:

        This PRESIDENT in my humble view, is RUSHMORE worthy. No, we can’t put him there. Rushmore stays as it is, but you know what I mean. His achievements will someday be seen as so monumental, some future generation will want to represent him in some major manner. Naming roads in his honor won’t be good enough.

        Liked by 1 person

  16. duchess01 says:

    Trump raises over $30 million, pushes unity at NRCC dinner

    By Henry C. Jackson
    03/21/17 08:52 PM EDT$30-million,-pushes-unity-at-NRCC-dinner

    Liked by 1 person

  17. Suite D says:

    Ryan, another social justice Catholic. God help us all.


  18. repsort says:

    Excellent. I do have one question.
    Are the wheels of justice turning? President Trump can do everything else right but it the law isn’t enforced equally among all the classes then we’re doomed in the long run.


  19. Timmy-the-Ute says:

    Very good speech by Pres. Trump. Maybe we can call him “the Great Expositor”.


  20. entagor says:

    I couldn’t take Ryan’s “Opportunity to Lead, Opportunity to Govern”

    Ryan isn’t my leader. He isn’t governing me either. Those are both executive roles. Ryan’s job is to legislate

    I am leaning to the theory that Ryan tailored Ryancare so it would be unacceptable to the Trump base. Ryan removed the only protection in Obamacare against illegal aliens signing up. That increases the cost of Ryancare and helps make sure freedom caucus members are put on the spot with their constituents.

    It is as if Ryan leveraged the bill to leave Trump hanging.

    Unless of course, Ryan really had a change of heart and wanted to prove to his fellow GOPe that GOPe preferred ObamacareLite was not a viable option.



  21. I love my president. I loved the bit about really disliking some of the builders in the audience. He’s the funniest president in my lifetime. So relaxed and natural in the role. Whew! It’s nice to have a leader.


  22. Willy says:

    I can’t believe scumbag ryan put illegal aliens in his obamacare ‘update’.
    Repeal the ^(&^)(*&*)^(*%^(&%(ing obungholecare!


  23. aqua says:

    This is a great speech. He knows his US history, and brings lessons and inspiration forward. Truly a wonderful moment. Everyone should listen.


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