Sean Spicer White House Press Briefing – April 10th 1:30pm Live Stream…

White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer delivers the Press Briefing from the Brady room. There has been a great deal of news since the last full White House press briefing: Syria, Russia, Bashir Assad, China, N-Korea, Egypt, Terrorism, Sweden, and mucho palace intrigue around the NSC and Bannon/Kushner conspiracy stuff. The anticipated start time is 1:30pm ET

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153 Responses to Sean Spicer White House Press Briefing – April 10th 1:30pm Live Stream…

  1. Howie says:

    Has Russia and Putin become leftist hero’s yet now that they are threatening Trump? Stay tuned for the next episode of ‘As The Worms Turn.”

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  2. Trumppin says:

    Trump Doctrine “America First” – Way to go Spicey! don’t let these presstitutes define it!
    Keep it “Flexible” 🙂

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  3. jrapdx says:

    Reporters are trying to pin Spicer down around “regime change” in Syria. Spicer says Assad needs to be gone to have true stability in Syria, but the President is going to be flexible. Furthermore, the President is not going to telegraph his actions before he takes them, so no point discussing hypotheticals about what happens if Assad does something, etc. As usual they keep repeating questions, don’t get it the first time.

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  4. snaggletooths says:

    Good Press briefing by Sean Spicer glad to hear him repeat that President Trump likes to take in many different opinions that is why he chose the team of advisors that he has he in the end makes the decisions. That the Bannon/Kushner supposed feud is over blown.

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    • singingsoul says:

      I think to be realistic it is hard to compeat with family when it comes to what path to fallow. I am sure Banon could be frustrated if Kushners opinion will be taken over his all the time.?
      I have not seen that and if it has it has not been publicly. I do not even know how this latest differences between Kushner and Bannon become public..?
      I pray that the President has the strength to do what is for most in the best interest of the US and not opinions that differ but listens detached from family what is best.
      Blessings to all and Peace.

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      • snaggletooths says:

        President Trump has done well so far today is a absolute long term win for all of us with our new SC Justice being sworn in again Sean said that PDJT likes all opinions just because his SIL and Daughter are there does not mean those are the opinions he is choosing. These people all worked together during the transition & were all chosen for a reason.

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        • MVW says:

          One Supreme Court Justice = 59 Tomahawks. What will a Tax bill cost. What will a health care bill cost?

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          • singingsoul says:

            MVW “One Supreme Court Justice = 59 Tomahawks. What will a Tax bill cost. What will a health care bill cost?”
            ————————————-
            The wall money went into Tomahawks.
            POTUS used to say the people in DC are the stupid people. Oh God help us.

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        • Disgusted says:

          My working theory as Jared and Trump duo goes is Trump hopes to be for Jared what DJT’s father was for him. A mentor, a coach, a teacher. Knowing Jared’s father is not there for him. Good for everyone involved. Jared is NOT advising. He is learning.

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          • singingsoul says:

            Disgusted “Good for everyone involved. Jared is NOT advising. He is learning.”
            ——————————————
            That I can be comfortable with. Thank you..:)

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      • jrapdx says:

        I have faith President Trump can distinguish good advice from bad whether coming from family members or another source. I don’t think he’d put up with petty infighting among his staff. Like Mom would say to us kids when we were squabbling, “shut up or I’ll knock both your heads together”. She was never violent but we sure got the message very quickly.

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      • This might come as a shock but I know several men who disagree with their sons-in-law on occasion. 😀

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      • whoseyore says:

        That was the very first thing that caught my attention (since the same pointless questions are not anything new). There is still a leaker in the White House and they need to set up another trap to figure out which one it is and eliminate them.

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        • Summer says:

          I’ve never heard Jared Kushner talk. He was with Trump from before he announced and all the way to the White House. He will be with Trump long after the President finishes his 8th year. It seems that the President trusts him. He is probably the only member of Trump administration who would NEVER backstab his children’s grandfather.

          When I look at the pictures of President Trump in the Oval Office, surrounded by his cabinet members, I can’t help whispering: “one of you shall betray me — one of you who is eating with me.”

          It will not be Jared Kushner, period.

          Bannon? I am pretty sure he is the one trying to tip the scales by leaking gossip to someone among his numerous ardent disciples in the “conservative” media. He is the one who “benefits” from all this slanderous gossip about Kushner, Ivanka etc. Shameful. BB is leading the “fight” of course. I wonder what Mercer’s role in all that. Nothing is published in BB without Mercer’s nod. Maybe the whole deal is Mercer’s is trying to influence Trump.

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      • One thing you learn out in the real world (away from DC), is that you do NOT want rubber stamp advisors. I was chairing a board one time a few years ago, there was a vote, “All in favor? AYE!!! Opposed? no.” What? It had looked like a unanimous decision.

        The no vote was a normally very quiet woman. I thanked her for her “No” vote, and asked if she would like to share why she had done that. I don’t remember.her answer, but do recall vividly that her points were well-reasoned and convincing, and things we had not thought of!.

        I asked if the board would like to revote and told them anyone from the winning side could move for a revote. No problem. The second vote was unanimously in favor of the first no voter! She looked stunned and happy and vindicated.

        From that day forward, these women who had been voting unanimously on everything began to actually think about what the motion meant. A highlight of my term!

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    • duchess01 says:

      Agree wholeheartedly, snaggle! I missed the live Press Conference so had to listen to the rerun – for the first time in a long time, I enjoyed this Press Conference – Sean had them by their heels – the kindergarteners are constantly making up stories – for what reason – I have no idea – but, Sean handled them well – kept to the point over and over – and wouldn’t give an inch to their procrastinations or shenanigans! I like his briefings, but am hard-pressed to listen to the question/answer period – however, there was much to like this time around!

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  5. SharonKinDC says:

    Gad…The MSM are a bunch of gossipy hens. When not being gossips, they ask the same dumb questions about things which have not occurred. They aren’t going to get advance notice, no matter how much they repeat themselves.

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  6. MVW says:

    This is the problem… And Trump knows it.
    ‘You break it and anything can happen, and it is not going to be better!!!!!’

    Options.
    You own it… like Iraq, Libya, Ukraine, we know how well that worked out, and it cost $6 trillion and terror.
    You don’t own it, result is ISIS, Christian genocide, Europe Islamic invasion, weaponization of Islam.

    And call what Trump did **not** being ‘Policeman of the world’, that is just word playing. It is in fact playing ‘world policeman.’ Regime change game continues. I can’t tell you how disappointed I am. “He used chemical weapons…’ So did ISIS…. So, what, we have become the world’s policeman to save kids? Look at kids in Yemen. #$%^$&^%$#$#$!!!!!!!!

    We have become the new swamp.

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    • MVW says:

      Right now, Russia and Iran own the conflict in Syria. We break Syria (finish the job Obama started) and who will own it then?

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    • pyromancer76 says:

      Get over it, MVW. All chem weapons were supposed to be removed from Syria. Russians said, “Scout’s honor.” Russia and Syria got called. China was alerted. U.S. says we are players in the world, rather than Islam’s and leftist’s and whoever is left over”s door-mat per so-called Pres 0. No longer. Period.

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      • MVW says:

        I know all the arguments pro and con. And yes, I am still hot under the collar about it, the campaign is over and the swamp politics is just getting started. I am not really pissed at Trump, he does what he has to, he really does. I really hate it was needed. I really blame the cursed Neocon RepubliRats.

        Trump is smarter than Ivanka and won’t be manipulated. It was clearly an astute political thing to do. Nevertheless, Spicer tee’d me off with the ‘not the Policeman of the World’ comment.

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        • fleporeblog says:

          MVW, I respect your opinion and can understand your frustration. I was shocked as well Thursday night. My brother sent me the video below and after watching Dr. Steve Piecznik, who I admire and respect, it gave me a different perspective on the events in Syria. In the same video from Thursday, Dr. Piecznik said K.T. McFarland was sent to Singapore by H.R. McMaster. That was 3 days prior to Bloomberg announcing it on Sunday.

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    • I think the truth is more complicated. Trump does awesome things domestically (jobs, Supreme Court, regulations, etc.). But attacking Syria after the “gas” attack was one big mistake.

      It was a false flag attack for sure. Even Sundance mentioned this in an earlier article.
      Michael Savage agrees:

      This article here at infowars has more details too (but ignore the absurd conclusions, nobody ever gets impeached over war):
      https://www.infowars.com/donald-trump-is-an-international-law-breaker/

      Don’t give up on Trump. This was a bad mistake, but he has time to correct.

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      • jrapdx says:

        It’s way too soon to declare Trump a failure in regard to Syria, and terribly premature to say Trump has betrayed his campaign promises about “regime change”, etc. After all, the missile strike happened just a few days ago, the dust hasn’t settled. I’m amazed and disgusted that people are so quick to “turn” and start denigrating Trump’s actions before even seeing how it turns out.

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        • I agree that Trump has an uncanny way to win at the end, that is why I am his supporter 🙂

          But McMaster, Tilleron AND Hailey called for regime change. Are they loose cannons or are they aligned with Trump on this?

          I just am sick and tired of spending money and lives in the Middle East. And regime change is going against everything that Trump ran on. You are right, let’s wait and see.

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          • singingsoul says:

            trumplandslide “But McMaster, Tilleron AND Hailey called for regime change. Are they loose cannons or are they aligned with Trump on this?”
            __________________________________
            I agree with you.
            McMasters, Tillerson and Hailey are steering Trump into the wrong direction. McMasters seems to be the warmonger and I am afraid sadly Kushner is not helping POTUS .
            I hope Bannon is able to helping Trump to see that the Syrian bombing was wrong.
            I think Kushner was whispered too in Iraq.
            I agree with Savage who said “that family was so moved by gassed children that POTUS bombed Syria.”
            I believe that because POTUS changed so unexpected offer three days.
            I think Kushner should volunteer to be on the front line when POTUS sends our boys to war.

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        • eagledriver50 says:

          He is been in office 81 days and people abandoning ship…they weren’t onboard in the first place…sheesh!!! Get a grip!!!

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      • The truth is always more complicated when you sit in the big chair.

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      • Michael Savage… the biggest cry baby we’ve ever listened to.

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      • MW says:

        Michael Savage has always been a bit on the hysterical side and now that dude has gone off the rails into an alternate reality where his relevance is amplified by his delusions. And you conveniently leave out all of Sundance’s post stating it doesn’t matter who staged the attack. We love Trump, and he loves us, and no one with foolish posts shall ever come between us, lolololol!!!

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      • whoseyore says:

        For what it is worth…I disagree with Savage Nation and Infowars.

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      • Left_at_Dunkirk says:

        Savage doesn’t know what he is talking about. Or, he has better intelligence sources than our forces in the region. As Sundance posted a few days ago:

        Per LTG GENERAL McMaster (National Security Advisor) on 4/6/2017:

        “So I think what is critical is the President’s decision in response to this mass murder attack, but also in the context of all the previous attacks that have occurred — I think over 50 — I think it’s over 50 chemical attacks previously, post-2013, when the U.N. resolution went into effect”

        source: https://www.whitehouse.gov/the-press-office/2017/04/06/press-briefing-secretary-state-rex-tillerson-and-national-security

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      • Left_at_Dunkirk says:

        So, Wiener is saying emphatically that we shouldn’t interfere with the use of gas to kill women and children, and any use of the military to bomb the rail lines leading to the gassing locations, er, the air field which launched the gas attack, is a betrayal of all that we stand for?

        Got it.

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      • JoAnn Leichliter says:

        For sure? For maybe.

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    • singingsoul says:

      The pictures of dead babies were the weapon against President Trump. People close to him persuaded him to act on it . I believe it was a trap. Sadly now the enemy knows how to move POTUS through his family . They found the weak link.
      I feel so bad . Please President do not listen to emotional people to do something about situations . Please President do not listen to people who have no clue about diplomacy.
      Please President I did not vote for all the Generals who are now taking us to war again. You said you are the deal maker dropping bombs are not deal making.
      Please get rid of Neo Cons on your team .

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      • whoseyore says:

        RELAX! He has met with all of the leaders in the Middle East to set up a coalition of partners against the enemies of the ME. His move in Syria was the right one to make. He needs to let Syria and Russia know that they are not going to get by with chemical weapons as long as our sons and daughters are in the country trying to take out ISIS and get the country stabilized. He has a good team and from my understanding they discussed this situation well and debated the options and came up with the right decision.
        I trust this president and think that he is doing a fabulous job.

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        • JC says:

          Yes, Whoseyore. Chemical weapons are a game-changer. It was incumbent upon President Trump to take immediate action.

          • There was an international agreement that all chemical weapons were destroyed. They were not; impossible to verify amounts and locations of stockpiles now.
          • We have troops in the vicinity; President Trump absolutely must ensure no chemical weapons will be deployed against them.
          • The threat of these chemical weapons getting into the hands of terrorists is very, very real. President Trump is 100% committed to keeping Americans safe.

          It is impossible to turn a blind eye to mass murder by chemical weapons and expect anything to change for the better. The past administration did just that, and look at the catastrophic consequences of that debacle.

          President Trump has proven himself repeatedly and kept many promises already during these first 81 days of us Presidency. He did not take this action against Syria lightly or impetuously. Of course we must watch his actions closely; that is our responsibility. Judging by his performance thus far, I’m impressed and will trust him in this matter.

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          • Also, one hundred years ago this week, “On April 6, 1917, the U.S. joined its allies–Britain, France, and Russia–to fight in World War I. Under the command of Major General John J. Pershing, more than 2 million U.S. soldiers fought on battlefields in France. Many Americans were not in favor of the U.S. entering the war and wanted to remain neutral.”

            This snippet here does not mention that Pres. W. Wilson promised he would not go to war. It also does not mention that the worst thing about WW I, already the most horrible war known to modern man, was that the Germans used gas on Allied troops. Since weather sometimes changed and blew the gas back on their own troops, all parties decided not ever again to use the first weapon of mass destruction devised up to that point.

            http://www.americaslibrary.gov/jb/jazz/jb_jazz_wwi_1.html

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          • buzzybee says:

            Yes, JC, you’re absolutely right. Sometimes I think people are impatient and forget that our POTUS is a human, he is not a god and he is not perfect. Lots of luck finding a perfect human to be POTUS. I, for one, think DJT is a Godsend and we are lucky to have him. Reading thru several comments here makes me wonder if very many commenters caught what Sean Spicer told the press about WHY the attack on Syria was ordered. Spicer reminded the press that one of DJT’s promises was keeping Americans safe, both inside and outside of our borders.

            The issue in Syria is something our POTUS looks at from the standpoint of Americans’ safety and security. If chemical weapons in ANY country are allowed to flourish, there are those (ISIS types) who will carry deadly weapons beyond that country’s borders and kill Americans on our own soil. This isn’t just about pictures of gassed children. This is about national security, AND so much more.

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  7. Anne says:

    No peace is possible in Syria as long as Assad remains in power.
    Putin should offer Assad and his family a safe exit in Russia.
    After Assad steps down, the international community will have to step in, otherwise the Alawites and Christians will be slaughtered en masse by the Sunnis, for revenge.
    At the same time, safe zones should be set up so that the Syrians have no reason to seek refuge in the West.

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    • The first victim of any war is truth.

      There was no “chemical gas” attack by the Syrian army.
      https://www.infowars.com/donald-trump-is-an-international-law-breaker/

      Don’t fall for the nonsense and support the very thing that Trump ran against. You may want to watch some rallies again, but regime change was frowned upon, big time. It was Make America Great Again, not be policeman of the world. I agree with Trump.

      I have no good explanation for Trump’s actions, but I still trust the man, but not the swamp around him.

      McMaster, who replaced Flynn, finds nothing wrong with Islam and voted for Hillary.

      Support Trump, but not blindly.

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    • Anne says:

      This approach does not entail “violent regime change” and “nation building”. The UN can take care of the transition, as they did in Cambodia after Pol Pot.

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      • If we go down this route 3 things will happen:
        1. Quatar/Saudi Arabia get the pipeline they want in Syria
        2. Rothschilds will get the private central bank they want in Syria
        3. We will have spent lives and money again, because the Military Industrial Complex pressured/tricked our president and the sheeple into another unnecessary war.

        When do we ever learn? Can’t we just MAGA?

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        • Anne says:

          Trump clearly said, during his campaign, that he wants to defeat ISIS and establish safe zones within Syria to stem the flow of migrants to the West (with ISIS fighters embedded within then). Believe me, the departure of Assad and his family (to Russia or elsewhere) will facilitate these goals.
          And who says that the US should provide the boots on the ground? Arab nations have plenty of soldiers.

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          • KitKat says:

            Yes I’m sure the Saudi army, from a country that doesn’t allow a Bible to enter it, will keep the peace for the Christians.

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            • Anne says:

              They can fight ISIS, establish and protect safe zones for Sunni Muslims (who form the vast majority of migrants to the West).

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          • eagledriver50 says:

            A very sound reply to one(s) who are promoting this belief that we will be “nation building”…When we elected PDJT, we elected someone who DOES NOT WANT TO NATION BUILD…End-of-Story…Very astute Ann

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          • susiejo says:

            Where in the world have you been? Russia, Iran, and Syria have ISIS near defeated. That is one reason this has just happened which is to say, so to suck us back in supporting ISIS/al qaeda and help them. The jihadists get support from Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Turkey, Israel, and they were getting it from Obama. All of their weapons and munitions are US made. Stop and take a look again at Trump’s coalition. Nothing you are being told is the truth. I doubt nothing Trump is being told is the truth either.

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      • The firing of the missiles was a multi-dimensional move. It created national and international waves of change that will take us weeks to unravel. It is what I would call First Blood for Pres. Trump’s entire team. Kind of a practice run, in case an emergency should arise.

        The president chose an excellent target: military airport, and limited objectives: show the world we do not hesitate to act AND that we don’t pose. Posing, BTW, is saying, “If you don’t X, I will Y. I mean it. Stop it right now, or I will Y. I’m going to Y…. Oh, never mind.”

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    • MVW says:

      “After Assad steps down, the international community will have to step in, ”

      And pray tell who is the ‘international community’? Who spent $6 trillion already?

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  8. andyocoregon says:

    If the worthless United Nations would develop some intestinal fortitude and rapidly investigate, then prosecute the crime of using chemical weapons on civilians, the U.S. wouldn’t be on the hook. I think it’s time the U.S. withdrew from the U.N. and told them to relocate to another country.

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  9. dbethd says:

    If I could just clip out all the MSM and watch just Sean Spicer talking, these press briefings would be fun to watch!

    Kick out the MSM!

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  10. waltherppk says:

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  11. Anne says:

    This was just retweeted by Sundance :

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    • mazziflol says:

      Same senior us officials who said Russia hacked the election? Same senior us officials that said Isis were just moderate rebels? Same senior us officials that said Iraq had wmds? Just want to make sure were getting all this from the same senior us officials.

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    • Anne says:

      Thé official says a Russian-operated drone flew over a hospital in Syria as victims of the attack were rushing to get treatment.

      Hours after the drone left, a Russian-made fighter jet bombed the hospital in what American officials believe was an attempt to cover up the usage of chemical weapons.

      Until Monday, U.S. officials had said they weren’t sure if the drone was operated by Russia or Syria. The senior official said it still wasn’t clear who was flying the jet that bombed the hospital.

      The official said the presence of the drone couldn’t have been a coincidence, and that Russia must have known the chemical weapons attack was coming and that victims were seeking treatment.

      The official wasn’t authorized to speak publicly on intelligence matters and demanded anonymity.

      https://apnews.com/19772be1238e49fbb62c509a5b659b3d

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      • MVW says:

        And the ‘White Helmets’ are supposed to be humanitarian aide workers. Smoke is being blown up our skirts, boys and girls. This war is being run by the CIA. Trust nothing.

        The CIA is a rogue self funding organization, and you don’t want to know what they do for a buck.

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  12. mazziflol says:

    Did anyone get ‘spiced’? Whos the ‘spiced’ girl today?

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  13. Anne says:

    Meanwhile, T-Rex in Italy at the G7 meeting. Relaxed, smiling, laughing. Tomorrow he will be in Moscow. Great developments will follow :

    http://www.euronews.com/2017/04/10/g7-ministers-seek-a-united-front-on-syria-and-north-korea

    http://www.euronews.com/embed/362821

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  14. WeThePeople2016 says:

    Two things that Spicer reiterated over and over again today. First, to keep hammering Isis in Syria and elsewhere. Second, to secure safe areas in Syria for the Refugees to go (Safe Zones). He also said about building a coalition in the region and that it will be difficult for Assad to remain.

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    • MVW says:

      And how is Assad different from Sadam Hussein and Mohamar Khadafi?

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      • WeThePeople2016 says:

        Not sure what your point is?

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        • KitKat says:

          I think the point is that taking down a strong man regime, results in chaos and anarchy following.

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          • WeThePeople2016 says:

            We don’t know what the long-term strategy is that the Trump Admin. has planned. I am sure they don’t want to follow the disaster of the O Admin. in regime change disasters.. I am just reporting on what Spicer said without any judgment.

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          • I think that’s why Trump’s emphasis is on Isis and no chemical weapons not on taking out Assad. The party line being repeated by Tillerson & Spicer is that its going to be a political decision once the region is stabilized.

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          • susiejo says:

            If you have chaos and anarchy, you also have everyone fighting for power and control. When all that is going on in their neighbors homes, Israel has nothing to worry about. I don’t mean to offend anyone but it is the simple truth.

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          • thetrain2016 says:

            Strong man? Assad is on life support. After Tillerson talks to Lavrov, I’m sure, Putin comes back with the near solution. Assad will be gone, there will be a coalition to kick ISIS’ ass and build safe zones. Just a hint: Assad costs too much money to Putin…

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  15. WeThePeople2016 says:

    On another note, the media keeps harping on the Bannon, Kushner, Priebus thing. Buck Sexton was on FBN this afternoon, and he said the reason the media is doing this is because they WANT there to be a shake-up in the W.H. to DERAIL Trump’s agenda. Sexton let the cat out of the bag. Trish Regan looked a little flushed at that point, because she is the one who brought up the topic.

    Guess who pushes it all the time many times a day? Charlie Gasbag and Neil Cavuto!

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  16. LM says:

    The Syrian problem is complex. However, a mass exodus of Syrian refugees into Europe and the United States due to the threat of chemical weapons is definitely not optimal for the long term survival of the West.

    Consider the implications of even more refugees :

    America is made great again. We will have stellar infrastructure, the people will be thriving and wealthy, and our the military will be the best in the world–with a vast arsenal of the latest weaponry and technology. But because of the influx of left leaning refugees (refugees receive expedited citizenship due to their threatened status) all of this will be turned over the the left to be plundered and used to enforce their will on the rest of the world. This could happen even if we manage to clean up the voting process if there are enough refugees who are citizens.

    Remember the thousands of refugees Obama brought in at the last minute and how he granted citizenship to so many of them?

    The midterm elections are coming soon, and all I can say to those who find fault with President Trump and decide to withold their support. You need to look at the big picture.

    President Trump is an answer to prayer. When prayer is answered it is important to receive it with thanksgiving and without complaining.

    Our president is our best hope to survive and turn around the threats to our country, including our children and our way of life, for the next 8 years and with results that will last beyond that–if we give him a chance. We have to stop trying to do his job for him, trying to dictate who he talks to (which would–if the same standard were applied–leave Ted Cruz unable to speak to his wife), and do our best to get the right people elected in the midterms so that he can stay in office and have the time to get things in better order.

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    • whoseyore says:

      AMEN!

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    • buzzybee says:

      Yes, LM, your post is one the best I’ve seen on this issue. There is a LOT at stake here. Fuming and speculating does no good. I am thankful for our POTUS and pray for him and his family. Spicer said that our POTUS has some cards he is keeping close to his chest. He is wise enough to use discretion when needed. Chemical weapons in any country are a threat to U.S. safety and security, inside and outside our borders.

      This country has had many years of corruption. It’s been just over 80 days and already people are complaining about this or that as though everything should be just perfect. I agree we should give our POTUS a chance. He’s done very well so far, good cabinet, excellent Supreme Court justice in Gorsuch, and much much more. He knows how to work with people and treats them well. He has integrity (something sorely lacking elsewhere in politics). Otrauma, the Clintons, and their cronies left a mess of corruption and incompetence.

      It’s going to take time to drain the swamp. I wish I could help him. I can’t, but I can pray for him.

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  17. WeThePeople2016 says:

    “a mass exodus of Syrian refugees into Europe and the United States due to the threat of chemical weapons is definitely not optimal for the long term survival of the West.”

    Agree, and I think President Trump knows this and it is very much on his mind on a daily basis.

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  18. TrumpwonPA says:

    So Trump wants to end all Obama’s policies except for the destabilization of Syria….you only destabilize a country to induce the fighting you do not want to destabilize the fighting there. You would want to control and have a grip on it. (stabilizing the fight) Fight on your terms. Now I love PDJT I donated, went to multiple rallies with my wife. But this situation and the people he is putting in his administration makes me falter, we were told to hold him accountable, not follow him blindly. As a young vet I loved that he was America first and wanted to stop ISIS and leave Syria how it is, as a country that Christians weren’t killed for their beliefs and keeps jihad in its place. I continue to support Trump just would love to see the end game on this….If he wanted to show the world our big stick N Korea has been pissing on our allies boots for some time now. We know that the IC has it in for him why would he trust them…..Started rambling

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    • thetrain2016 says:

      People need to understand, it doesn’t matter who launched the chemical attack. If it was done by someone in Assad’s circle or ISIS did it, either way proves Assad has no control over his own military. Assad has to go, and I bet Putin is going to figure out who’ll be a partner in kicking ISIS’ ass…

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  19. Bill lee says:

    Oh it’s a tangled web they weave if the media didn’t have trump and his staff to talk about they wouldn’t have anything to talk about

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  20. Been pretty solid behind DJT for almost 2 years, but…. After reading some posts here by concern trolls who are obviously smarter than our President and his top notch cabinet, I’m beginning to have some doubts, maybe the old ugly Commie Hag would have been better ???

    /s🙄

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    • buzzybee says:

      Sure, the commie hag would have been better if we wanted our country to end quickly. She wouldn’t have wasted any time finishing us off. And her closest cronies would have helped her.

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  21. Suite D says:

    Vodka induced disease common to Russians: Rotchyacokoff

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  22. mamadogsite says:

    Better get a bigger sump pump to drain the swamp….everyone’s so dirty it’s hard to tell the good guys from the bad ones anymore. Read the Breitbart headliner.

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