President Trump Weekly Address – March 31st 2017

President Trump delivers the weekly address from the White House:

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42 Responses to President Trump Weekly Address – March 31st 2017

  1. M33 says:

    President Trump is simply the coolest president I have seen in my lifetime, bar none!

    Liked by 34 people

  2. filia.aurea says:

    Thank you, Mr. President. Our U.S. Constitution is being shredded by people ignorant of the Founding Fathers’ intentions. Protect it above all else. Many have given their lives for it.

    Liked by 18 people

    • Sayit2016 says:

      “Protect it above all else. Many have given their lives for it.” Amen…. America is WORTH saving and making GREAT Again….

      Liked by 10 people

      • filia.aurea says:

        We have to support PDJT 100%, no matter what. He understands the REAL value of our U.S.Constitution. This is why we can’t ever trust #neverTrump “constitutional conservatives”.

        Liked by 1 person

  3. repsort says:

    Awesome. I love that guy 😉

    Liked by 4 people

  4. Piper says:

    The weekly address is a GREAT way to end my week- and the production value just gets better and better with each week, (not that there was anything wrong them, at all) I love the snippets throughout the video though. Still praying with the 10:15 prayer chain for my President and nobody polled me this week, but I give Trump an A++++++++

    Liked by 16 people

  5. R-C says:

    BRAVO, President Trump. BRAVO!!

    (And the next time I hear some ignorant ‘never Trumper’ sneering about how President Trump is a ‘progressive’ or a ‘liberal’, I’m going to shove this video up his…nose.)

    Liked by 12 people

    • BakoCarl says:

      And the next time I hear some ignorant ‘never Trumper’ throwing Schiff about how President Trump is a ‘progressive’ or a ‘liberal’, I’m going to shove this video up his . . . Farkas.

      Liked by 7 people

  6. fleporeblog says:

    President Trump deserves a nice weekend with Melania and Barron. Next week will be exciting as he meets el-Sisi of Egypt on Monday, King Abdullah of Jordan on Wednesday and the President of China on Thursday and Friday. Peace between Israel and Palestin and that region of the ME will be discussed as well as trade agreement with China that no longer see them reaping a $300+ billion dollar advantage over us and most importantly is getting China to force this little man child in NK from causing us to destroy their country.

    Liked by 7 people

  7. MaineCoon says:

    May Mr. Gorsuch prove worthy as a SC justice to have been elected by such a worthy President.

    Liked by 7 people

  8. Sayit2016 says:

    I will say this… President Trump is always so positive and complementary to the people of this great Country….It’s like he actually LIKES the people : ) Never once has he given a lecture on what the PEOPLE should be doing but aren’t doing…but putting the responsibly on Congress where it dang well belongs. TO CONGRESS… DO YOUR JOB, STOP SCREWING AROUND. The people are in no mood for your foolishness. I am proud to have voted for this good man. May God continued to bless this amazing country and her people and most of all the intelligent, funny, insightful people in the Tree house. Sundance– you have a great crew ; ) Have a good weekend everybody !

    Liked by 19 people

    • All American Snowflake says:

      Sayit, Congress’ “foolishness” is extremely lucrative for these greedy bastards and for the gentle ladies from California.


      • Sayit2016 says:

        Trust me I know… I am in So Cal…the “gentle ladies from Ca need their clocks cleaned…I am mindful this is a site that allows us to debate and discuss the matters of the day—“foolishness” was the best word I could come up with as not to get a bad mark here lol.


  9. liberty2828 says:

    Mailing out my bills today, I realized…

    I can put the flag right side up now with President Trump. Spirit Rising!

    Just a small protest but the forever stamps have been upside down for years.

    Liked by 14 people

  10. freepetta says:

    Yes yes yes


  11. snaggletooths says:

    Great weekly address , Hope President Trump gets to make more SC justice nominations during his terms.

    Liked by 2 people

  12. He is great. I hope more and more people watch these. It would be great to play in the classroom weekly.

    Liked by 2 people

  13. maiingankwe says:

    I love ❤️ love our President Trump!

    And as my eleven year old daughter just said, she likes a President who cares.

    Liked by 5 people

  14. Sam says:

    Awesome weekly address. Judge Gorsuch will make a good Justice. President Trump keeps getting better and better.

    Liked by 3 people

  15. Piper says:

    *snip* The Trump Tsunami – Andy Rogers made some interesting discoveries involving the Fukushima episode and Trump (listed below). Keep in mind this is the man who was 70 years, 7 months and 7 days his first full day in office and who turned 70, 700 days before Israel’s 70th. These are the well known ones, but simply the tip of the iceberg. TRUMP TSUNAMI SONG – The Trumpettes – Music Video. NEAT Stuff from The Daily Crow updates


  16. Thorfinnr says:

    Fire Comey, and indict the swamp things!



    Federal District & Appellate Courts need a simple way to ensure that OVERTURNED Judges “Improve Their Game”:

    • Require Judges whose decisions are overturned and sustained to receive 30 days of Remedial Training:
    ○ Ensure they have properly mastered aspects of the law that they failed to apply and/or properly interpret.
    ○ Ensure they have recommitted themselves to Constitutional Originalism and will eschew adding language to the law or assuming intentions that the law did not explicitly express.
    ○ Demonstrate through written opinions that the Remedial Training has been successful.

    • Recuse Judges whose opinions are overturned from serving on the Bench until they successfully complete Remedial Training.

    The public must be protected from exposure to further judicial errors following overturned opinions.

    [Thanks to President Trump’s Weekly Address and the EO “Stays” for the inspiration.]

    Liked by 6 people

  18. “I pledge allegiance to the Flag of the United States of America, and to the Republic for which it stands, one Nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.”

    Liked by 5 people

  19. Greenmirror says:

    The only thing I would suggest Trump and his writers would be replacing “democracy” when appropriate to “Constitutional Republic”

    We must defend this one and only Sovereign Country. It is exceptionalism that placed the Individual Citizen with the right to Liberty, Freedom, and Estate through the Constitution and laws of the Republic.

    All who take oaths should think about their responsibility to keep and bear arms and the price that has been and may themselves pay to defend these rights from all enemies foreign and domestic.

    Liked by 2 people

  20. dalethorn says:

    Is there anything better than this? I think not. Even when Trump says “our democracy”, I can see the glint in his eyes that tells me he’s using some of the Liberals’ words against them. He knows we have a Republic – not a Democracy – but he knows how to choose words that preempt the Democrats’ whiny responses. Pure genius!

    Liked by 3 people

  21. wolfmoon1776 says:

    Regarding comparisons to Jackson…..

    Old school texts used to speak of Andrew Jackson’s importance, but newer ones mischaracterize his dealings with Native Americans (normal Marxist oversimplification of history) to denigrate him. It is a huge mistake, and a disservice.

    Jackson lived in his time, and judged American separatism (which not all natives agreed with) from the perspective of his time. His call for unity and TRUE mutual tolerance and respect under the flag of the nation was a lot like Trump. It took decades more for America to work it all out, but we did.

    America went through massive changes in the 19th century, and Jackson prepared us for that. Many have tried to describe what happened to America as the result of imperialism, but in reality it was globalization showing up yet again, just as it had in so many other ways, and in so many other times, such as the Roman Empire, American colonization, and the scientific revolutions of Jackson’s time. The United States of America was growing because it could not avoid it. “Manifest destiny” was not a conspiracy of imperialists, but a recognition of the unavoidable middle-scale effects of globalization, creating a path that America simply had to follow. Even Tecumseh and other native leaders realized this inevitability, but didn’t see that it had to be even bigger than just natives to best track what might be viewed as a kind of curvature.

    (As an aside, I think that Trump is right – a community of nation-states that defend their people first, but deal honorably with each other, is a stronger, smarter and more flexible response to globalization than an awkward, unpracticed and slow globalism which is already showing incompetence.)

    Trump, like Jackson, has a knack for being intuitively correct on the proper scale. A great example is Judge Gorsuch, where Trump nominates somebody who disagrees with him almost immediately on Trump’s disrespectful comment about the judiciary! LOL! Trump actually gets what’s important and what’s not!

    Thanks to Trump, we emerge from the tyranny of the picayune!

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  22. KitKat says:

    There should be a required reading list and test for anyone who wants to be a judge. The reading list should contain all the classical works that were read by educated men of the era of the Founders, including The entire Bible.


    • KitKat says:

      Maybe a two year compulsory retreat where they can be steeped in both the spirit and letter that brought forth the Declaration of Independence.


  23. David says:

    I hope Trump will have two more new justices in his time. That will be a major contribution to America.


  24. 4bleu says:

    love his addresses. They’re also calm and reassuring statements after the week of media chaos – very needed. The coaching the team aspect of President Trump’s campaign,election and now administration is so amazing.

    … just a quibble about the filming – and it’s regarding the editing/photo angle which someone else is responsible for. Don’t know when this became popular in film school, but see it a lot when before it was never done. Cutting to a side angle takes away from the power of the address. One goes from being directly talked to, to a view angle of the person talking to air, really. This action takes the directness out of it, basically breaking the rapport between speaker and audience. Don’t recall seeing this camera technique in the earlier addresses.
    Maybe most people are very used to this, but we’re not and always find it ‘jarring’. Don’t know how it became popular in filming, but like the once-popular shaky cam gimmick, for us, it takes away from concentrating on the message.
    Maybe everyone else is used to it and are able to ignore the effect.


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