President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump Arrive at Sigonella Italy…

President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump arrive at Sigonella Naval Air Base en route to Taormina Italy for the G7 Summit:

The President and First Lady will fly to Taormina, via helicopter.

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258 Responses to President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump Arrive at Sigonella Italy…

  1. Disgusted says:

    Very happy the helicopter is OUR OWN!

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  2. fedback says:

    The First Lady is doing an amazing job

    Liked by 38 people

  3. Erik Dee says:

    Finda da pope in da pizza!!!

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  4. Publius2016 says:

    They make a grand couple. She definitely is an awesome FLOTUS.

    Liked by 15 people

  5. Weeper says:

    🤓 Today’s language lesson is Italian

    Rendere l’America di Nuovo Grande 🇺🇸

    MAGA!!! 🦁🚂📢🌳

    Liked by 14 people

  6. TheLastDemocrat says:

    They are totally late. Giro D’Italia passed by on May 10.

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  7. Pam says:

    What a lovely image of seeing these two descend the steps of AF1. Our FLOTUS will truly be an asset on these foreign trips because of the fact she is fluent in several different languages. Sadly, I’m not. 😉

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  8. xXxMatxXx says:

    Seems to me Italians and Trump are a match made in heaven. They seem to have good chemistry every time they meet, as far as I can see. Lot’s of smiles, friendly gestures, everybody is relaxed.
    Love it.
    Usually Italians are a very sociable and warm people, with high social intelligence. No wonder they get along well with the President and Melania.

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  9. Daniel says:

    I never thought President Trump traveling the world would be so exciting. He is absolutely taking the world by storm and PURELY through alpha male strength and drive — pure force of will and righteousness.

    These people have never seen such a thing and have no idea how to deal with it.

    Trump’s only peers, so far, are found in China and Russia. I guarantee you the power within the Middle East only exists because no one has truly tested them on anything.

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    • fedback says:

      He is the most famous person in the world. It’s the ultimate experience

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    • Sylvia Avery says:

      Daniel, I didn’t expect to find it exciting, either, but wow what a trip! And you’re right, I think it is the combination of the Alpha Male showing the world who is in charge and yet he has Melania by his side to smooth out any rough edges. It has been so much more interesting than I could have imagined to watch this unfold. Just terrific. It really helps get the bad taste of the last eight years out of my mouth.

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    • calbear84 says:

      What a contrast DJT makes to the pusillanimous and feckless BHO.

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    • Minnie says:

      That’s OUR President 🇺🇸🚂🇺🇸

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    • kallibella says:

      Agree! And I don’t know if y’all noticed that in relative terms testosterone was more obvious in Saudi Arabia with all the soldiers and show of maleness. Our President being a strong leader among the Arabs, certainly didn’t lack. Same sort of scene in Israel, where Our President fit right in with PM Netanyahu.

      Then the maleness/testosterone diminished quite a bit after that. But the most noticeable difference was in Brussels, where Our President appear to be the only true Leader, with an assertiveness characteristic of a man confortable in his own skin. No apologies, but only real negotiations from a position of strength. Among the metrosexuals in Brussels Our President was a towering contrast not easily unnoticed!

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      • piper567 says:

        kallibella, spot on.
        What a let down from the exhilarating maleness of the beautiful Arab men and the friendship of PM Netanyahu…to descend into the realm of the pantywaist!
        OUR President among those comfortable, to TRUMP amidst the pygmies in their hothouse for flowers and, I think it was flepore called it,their silly building.
        If one was only to look at the buildings, you could project: the solidity and perfection of the Arab architecture and the ancient solidity of Jerusalem, to the airy-fairy EU pomposity.
        stunning.
        The buildings reflect the men.

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  10. M33 says:

    “Holding Hands”

    Really? Is the media that petty to focus on that as an issue?
    Wait… I just answered my own question.

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  11. pookiesmommie says:

    Love the slight smile the soldier has when President Trump salutes him…..they love him as much as we do.

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  12. burnett044 says:

    and now a song for all of Trumps critics….

    Liked by 13 people

    • Minnie says:

      Hahaha, love this!!

      Whatsamatta you? Hahaha

      Thanks for sharing 😁

      Liked by 5 people

    • That was terrific!!!! Fantastic, i had forgotten about that song but it comes right baxk! Hilarious!!💖🤣💕

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    • xyzlatin says:

      Joe Dolce born in Ohio, moved to Australia and still performing and writing. * Wrote, produced and performed, SHADDAP YOU FACE, which continues to hold the nine times platinum record for the most successful song in Australian music history for thirty-seven years straight! Over six million copies sold worldwide, hundreds of cover versions, Youtube variations, and synch licenses, with translations into 10 languages, including Papua New Guinea pidgin and the Australian aboriginal Indjibundji dialect.

      * Executive Producer, lead guitarist and co-writer of the song, INTIMACY, sung by LIN VAN HEK, and included in the classic US sci-fi film, THE TERMINATOR, one of 25 movies listed for preservation, along with films such as The Asphalt Jungle, Deliverance, The Invisible Man and In Cold Blood, for cultural, historic and aesthetic significance, by the US Library of Congress. http://www.joedolce.net

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  13. Crimsonfisted says:

    I cannot recall when oblahblah ever worked this hard.

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  14. sundance says:

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    • Minnie says:

      Beautiful Sicilia, birthplace of my beloved papa!

      Here’s to you, Dad ❤️❤️❤️

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    • Tegan says:

      Spent a few days there several years ago andd we are trying to figure out where there are hotels and meeting venues appropriate for such an event. It was very, very low-key at that time…the commercial center was easily covered in few minutes by foot. Obviously times have changed! I still have the beautiful hand worked tablecloth I purchased there.

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    • Bull Durham says:

      8th Century BC is not the Medieval period, folks.
      These areas of Sicily were built by Greeks and are some of the oldest existing archeological sites in the Mediterranean zone.

      My grandfather lived in Taoromina.
      There is a famous Film Festival there each year.
      One of the famous sites is the ancient Greek Amphitheater.

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      • chiefworm says:

        Hey Bull, thanks for reminding me of the Amphitheater. Navy detachments to Sig in the late 90’s allowed me to fall in love with the Sicilian people, architecture, food and views.

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  15. Concerned Virginian says:

    OMG did you all see the look on the Carabinieri’s face (the one on the right at the bottom of the airplane stairs) when President Trump returned his salute—and then he saw FLOTUS? I think his eyes were about to swivel out of his head!

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  16. Dora says:

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  17. Dora says:

    Wow! They are going to La Scala!

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  18. Jay Chou says:

    I am in love with Melania. Yes! I just said it.

    Liked by 12 people

  19. NJF says:

    Lol when they come down the stairs, the soldier/guard’s expression on the right “I wanna see, I wanna see!”

    Liked by 6 people

  20. Scotty19541 says:

    Please take note! In all previous clips of our gracious First Lady coming down AF1’s stairs she holds on to the railing but in this one she holds the President’s hand and NO RAILING. She is so very brilliant in how she sends a message to the scumbag MSM …. she loves and trusts her husband;) God Bless President Donald J Trump and our beautiful Lioness!

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  21. fleporeblog says:

    Melania is so proud of our President and her husband for the way he slapped the European leaders around earlier today. Our Lion ate very well today!

    Liked by 13 people

  22. teaforall says:

    Every Woman LOVES a Little Black Dress. Our First Lady looks absolutely Stunning..:)

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  23. Pam says:

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  24. mustang4176 says:

    100% Class Act!! So Proud to be an American…again 🙂

    Liked by 8 people

  25. Sandy says:

    Pure class. The First Lady is beautiful.
    Love viewing their trip.

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  26. deplorabledaveinsocal says:

    Most interesting president evah! I will never look at these commercials the same again, because life has upstaged pop art… The nattering nitwits and numbskulls gnawing on the Russian narrative, and our president makes this epic journey… So glad to see and live the history instead of having to read it… This will now have to be named Dos Trump…

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  27. GAPTOG says:

    Haha! Before I even go read the comments I have to say… did anyone else notice the roaming eyeballs of the soldiers standing at attention saluting at the bottom of the planes stairs??

    Checking out our beautiful FLOTUS. Hey, red blooded Italian men… what did I expect??! ☺️

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  28. daughnworks247 says:

    We all knew Trump would be a fabulous President but MELANIA, WWOWOWOWWWW.
    To the moon and beyond with Melania!!!!!

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    • Alexsandra says:

      Beautiful, poised, kind, insightul, brave. And she loves to smile and care for children, not micromanage and starve them like Moo. When ever has there been such a contrast between Melania and Moo, and President Trump and O-zero. Thank God for our POTUS and FLOTUS!

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  29. daughnworks247 says:

    Sidenote: Newt said today that by the time PDJT comes home, he will have met with 85 World Leaders since becoming President.

    Liked by 11 people

    • Tegan says:

      I’m in awe. Think of how he will be able to make phone calls easily now after establishing a somewhat personal connection. Some, of course, he might never choose to speak with again (the twit from Luxenburg comes to mind!), but realize that for many their opinion has been shaped by the MSM so there’s nothing like a one in one handshake and eye contact to make your own determination.

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  30. adoubledot says:

    After being in the Treehouse for over a year and a half, I’ve connected anything Italian with Monique. She shouldn’t have jumped the Trump train.

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    • KBR says:

      I know. I felt kinda sad until I realized she has become completely nasty about Trump.
      Now I just wonder about her lack of consistency and lack of loyalty.

      Do you think she was a troll embed from back when?

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      • Minnie says:

        She may still be here under a different name, no?

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      • Minnie says:

        Regardless, I disengage from haters.

        Freedom, it’s a blessed thing 👍

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      • adoubledot says:

        Well I’ve only been here since October ’15, but she was totally onboard the train and backed up Sundance on everything. Was wondering what happened myself, then someone posted images of a couple of her recent tweets. Like Jekyll and Hyde.

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      • you may have something there KBR!

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      • justfactsplz says:

        I don’t think Monique was an embedded troll. She never bothered to post here after jumping off of the train because she knows this is Trump country for sure. I think she fell prey to bad misinformation, something she often warned others about. She has had the wool pulled over her eyes I hate to see it because I really liked and respected her posts. The devil prowls around seeking who he may devour. She of all people knows this.

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      • Kaco says:

        I really don’t think she was a troll, she was here before the election. She seemed very passionate and that passion was certainly unleashed on any person with concern or worry. There is someone on this site that to me has a similar posting style but I’m sure it’s not her.

        I had some concerns about Syria, (still do, can’t forget it’s also a deep state agenda, plus the pipelines) but it’s very surprising she went full bore against him. I never followed Lame Cherry but some people would post here of that person’s blog, and Lame Cherry is now anti-Trump, it’s very weird.

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        • keebler AC says:

          We have to be aware that there are Rush Limbaugh, Ann Coulter and Moni types who enjoy strife for the sake of getting attention or ad revenue.

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    • When did THAT happen? I’ve missed Moni.

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    • Her twitter site is unbelievable! Very nasty with accusations on Trump! Very sad. I don’t think she was on the train with all her heart! No one on Trump train can turn 360 degree in two months just because of syria bombing. Something not right over there with her!

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      • Red says:

        I avoided replying to any of moni’s comments until she crawled all over me and told me I needed to learn to protect myself and not be a victim. This was during the fiasco on the interstate in Charlotte. I simply made the comment that I would freak out if that happened to me in my car on the interstate.

        I informed her that I have a carry permit. I tried to stay away from her, I found her to be rather overbearing.

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      • wondering999 says:

        coda — I was not happy about the Syrian bombing either. However, Trump did what he had to do and in the long run I trust all will work out for the best; I’m on the Trump train to the end of the line. Trump has taken on an impossible job and no one could do it better.

        Bombing is horrendous and I do not take bombing lightly either. I do not judge Trump harshly for having to make the decision he did under the circumstances; nor do I judge Monique for her horrified response. I hope this world improves and stabilizes and bombings go away

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        • keebler AC says:

          To combat evil, because of what evil is and does, dhimmitude encourages evil. I wish there was a better way but Moni needs to lash out at evil. It’s her own appearance of guilt that eats away at her and she’d better stop it now, because she’s endangering the future of other children in the worse way possible. She’s not being an angel of any sort, sorry, but Moni, in war with evil it just isn’t possible to live in a unicorn world. Prayers every day with as little casualty as possible, but she ought to see how PDJT puts himself in the line of fire every day, especially exposing himself to the likes of fiends like Macron while still pushing for a better world. Moni is the one who is the coward. What has she done except criticize someone who has risked everything including the security of his family and virtue signal on his hard work. Shameful. I have no sympathy for someone like her who says beautiful things to convince us she’s magnanimous and then turns out to be the craven coward not Trump. I find it disgusting. Does she think he didn’t suffer knowing he had to do what he had to do? It’s a sacrifice too and I pray to God for him..and all that does for us.

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    • Snow White says:

      I was wondering what happened to her. Some people need to ask God for wisdom and discernment. So sad to throw out the baby with the bath water.

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      • keebler AC says:

        She’s a fake. She’s like those psychics, they tell you what you want to hear and have a gift for creating fairy tales. Then they latch onto the next happening, and build another following on it. Don’t feel sorry for her. If she’s for real, she come around. If not, she’s just an attention seeker piggying back on the work of someone else.

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      • RC says:

        I Googled MoniQueMoniCat and found a great many of her posts/reposts.

        Basically, Monica is a strong religious woman who thinks that President Trump chose to surround himself with Deep State operatives like MacMaster. The cruise missile bombing — for a transparently fake incident — demonstrated to her that he was being Bushed43. The subsequent Saudi conference, with Trump alining himself with Sunni Wahhabis practicing deceit and pretending they would not longer finance jihad, confirmed her negative judgement.

        I sure hope Monica is mistaken and that we will not be sucked, once again, into ME regime wars and regime change (i.e. Syria) we don’t understand. But we cannot fault Monica for being consistent.

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        • keebler AC says:

          I respectfully disagree. There are many who are deeply religious like her and they are they contribute to the problems we know face. Being deeply religious like Ted or a pharisee for self service to reach heaven at the expense of another who is sacrificing his own soul and life for others unlike arm chair preachers is a SIN. She is endangering the future of other children. She ought to stop with the false attention seeking, it is becoming parasitic behavior. People need to warn her about her self serving behavior which is endangering President Trump’s efforts. She’s ridiculous if she thinks Trump could make it through the swamp without inadvertent injury especially fighting terrorism not only from ME, but EU and within the country.

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  31. distracted2 says:

    The eyeballs of the men saluting are a hoot! They are a stunning couple. I love them!

    And I love this thread!

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  32. JRD says:

    It’s Miller Time !
    Trump aide Stephen Miller reportedly blocked an Italian proposal to help resettle migrants and refugees:
    http://foreignpolicy.com/2017/05/25/trump-advisor-stephen-miller-blocked-g7-migration-proposal/

    President Donald Trump’s senior advisor and speechwriter, Stephen Miller, has led White House efforts to undercut an initiative by Italy to place the migration crisis at the center of this week’s Group of Seven major summit meeting starting Friday in Sicily.

    For Italy, the summit in Taormina, Sicily, was to provide a poignant opportunity to raise awareness of the plight of hundred of thousands of refugees who cross the Mediterranean Sea to Italy’s shores each year, and to reach agreement on a plan to find them permanent homes.

    But the Donald Trump White House has largely blocked its Italian host from putting forward an initiative addressing the need to resettle millions of refugees and migrants who have poured into Europe on NGO boats. Instead, the United States has pressed the leaders to cap the session with a stern declaration on the need to fight terrorism, a cause that gained added urgency following a grisly suicide bombing at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester.

    The rearguard action was led by the 31-year-old Miller, who has exercised outside influence over the summit’s response to the worst refugee crisis since World War II. In line with President Trump’s pledge to build a wall to keep Mexicans out of the United States, the White House has been pressing the G-7 leaders to focus more attention on the need to prevent illegal immigrants from crossing borders than on
    finding migrants who make the journey a permanent home.

    The U.S. stance reflects the influence of Trump confidantes like Miller in an area that has traditionally been managed by national security experts in the White House and the State Department. But the State Department remains short-staffed, creating a policy vacuum that has been filled by the White House. The migration issue has largely been channeled through the White House’s domestic policy council, which defers to Miller, the administration’s strongest advocate for tough
    migration policies. Miller has filled a policy void left by a weak multilateral affairs division in the White House, and Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, who has shown little interest in refugees, according to a U.S. official.

    The move on migration is part of a broader effort by the White House to push back on continental European priorities on a range of issues at the G-7 summit, including climate change, trade, and migration that until recently aligned closely with President Obama’s foreign-policy vision.

    Trump administration officials contend that G-7 bureaucrats have developed a vexing habit over the years of adopting lengthy communiques with voluminous annexes that don’t conform with the president’s vision.They also concede that they either haven’t had time to adequately review a range of issues before the G-7 or consider them unacceptable. “It’s spun out of control,” said a second U.S. official,

    “The president of the United States has campaigned on certain principles and he will not abandon those just because another country wishes we would have a different policy” said the second U.S. official. “We are not forcing our policy on others, but they shouldn’t try to force theirs on us.”

    The Trump administration has voiced opposition to numerous proposals put forward by its counterparts, including a call for a sweeping endorsement of the World Trade Organization. Trump characterized the trade group, which was established at the direction of the United States, as a “disaster” during the presidential campaign. The administration has sought to explore ways to bypass the trade group’s resolution disputes mechanism so it can unilaterally slap trade sanctions on countries it suspects are engaging in unfair trade tactics.

    The Trump administration also pushed back on a call to endorse the Paris climate accord, with the second U.S. official noting that Trump has yet to decide whether to leave the agreement or not. An “unrealistic” provision in an early draft of the final communique called for sharp cuts in carbon emissions and lessening dependence on fossil fuel, the official said. “That is not what the position of the United
    States.”

    Luca De Fraia, of the nongovernmental organization ActionAid Italia, said the biggest setback has been the U.S. effort to undercut Italy’s effort to make migration the centerpiece of the summit. Italy, which hosts one of Europe’s largest migrant communities, had proposed having G-7 leaders endorse a standalone statement on migration that underscored the international communities obligations to resettle refugees. But the United States objected, offering up their own version, which proved unacceptable to the Italians. Deadlocked, they decided to drop the idea of having a separate migration statement. Instead, the final G-7 communique will include a couple of paragraphs on the issue that both sides can live with it. “We know the negotiations and discussions have been tough and we are not expecting much on that front, unfortunately,” said De Fraia.

    0bama’s gone. Get use to it.

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    • Wendy says:

      Love love that Miller is playing a big role! They wanted the oh poor migrants and voted for the politicians who advocated for them. Bleeding heart Italians can pay for them. We voted for PDJT because we didn’t want them here.

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    • Minnie says:

      Most excellent 👍

      Thank you for posting.

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    • Kaco says:

      This is fantastic news! First of all, I hear NGO boats are picking these people up. This is diabolical! They are killing themselves instead of closing their borders and want to dump them off on us, like Australia. Where in the world did those dangerous island refugees go anyway? Did we take them? Libya needs a new dictator to hold these people back, too bad they and Hillary killed Qaddafi.

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  33. Katie says:

    I saw a post on a conservative Instagram today. Apparently, CNN is trying to sell the narrative that the women of Saudi Arabia love Melania because she is a subservient to her husband and they feel they have such a thing in common.

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    • Oldschool says:

      Ok, we’ll go with that.

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    • KBR says:

      CNN thinks men should be subservient to women.
      Melania is not subservient, she is a mother who has cherished that role. Intelligent and independent in her actions, she chose that action: to be a real and constant mother while her son is still young.
      And CNN wants only pajama boy types. Bet they are in luv with Emmy Macron, Bambi, and Pena, the community organizer from beyond the (soon to be) wall.

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    • Jackie Joy says:

      There are more women than they think who won’t buy that that stupid assessment of the complementary relationship between husbands and wives. Our husbands seek our thoughts and counsel, because we have a different perspective, we seek theirs as well, for the same reason. We listen to each other and consider each other’s ideas and opinions. We don’ tell our men what to do when it comes to their own interests and responsibilities, and they do not tell us what to do in our spheres of responsibility.

      I see mutual respect and cooperation between President Trump and our First Lady. I see no subservience or submission patterning – just cooperation. This is the basis for a happy marriage. And, overlooking one another’s foibles, of course.

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      • nonniemae says:

        How bizarre that CNN thinks a subservient woman would ever “slap” her Husband’s hand away. Which is it??? Media twist themselves into such contorted opinions and they have no self awareness.

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    • Kaco says:

      CNN are completely psycho. She is the First Lady, I suppose they expected a co-president like Hillary presumed she was. Have they forgotten just what a First Lady’s role is?

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  34. Pam says:

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  36. JEM says:

    You know what is a great part of following PDJT’s trips for me? It is watching it all on CTH. Sundance and Treepers provide photos, videos and lots comments. I don’t miss a thing.
    NO TV NECESSARY!

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    • KBR says:

      Nice to be able to “talk” seriously about the news, or laugh with friends, right?

      Liked by 3 people

    • JEM says:

      Or should I say, TV IS NOT NECESSARY.

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    • Tegan says:

      Absolutely! And I enjoy the extra bonus of the UTube videos, the memories of all you “old” Treepers (including myself) and the humor. This overseas trip has been a blast, thanks to all of you.

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    • Aqua says:

      You said this perfectly! I have thoroughly enjoyed this trip, am in awe of the preparation (which was clearly a priority for our President), the incredible pace (did Obama ever work even a tiny fraction of this?), and the productive outcomes.

      Melania has been working very hard, too, looking stunning all the while. She is incredibly smart, and happens to make it all look so effortless. I loved the story of the child awaiting the heart transplant– this is a miracle in my mind.

      I love the comments, videos and posts here. There are funny folks here that keep me from yelling at the tv — I just turn it off now.

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    • G. Combs says:

      “…NO TV NECESSARY!”

      Isn’t it GREAT!

      I love getting real honest coverage instead of gaslighting.

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  37. Bull Durham says:

    What we are witnessing on this trip is Vision, Work Ethic, Values, Style, and Charisma.

    I look at the probable bozos who will run for President in the future and I place them in this sort of week-long action-filled, journey. None of them, even some 25 years younger, could keep it up and look stronger each day like DJT. None of them have the personal stature, and would need every particle of Presidential pomp to even appear somewhat powerful as leader of the USA. He wears power like an accessory to suit and tie.

    Imagine Paul Ryan, who will certainly run in 2020 or 2024. Mike Pence, Ted Cruz in the shoes of DJT. And from the other side, who? Gavin Newsom and by 2024, Kamala Harris, for sure.

    Dwarfs, pygmies—all of them.

    What Vision do any of them possess?

    Work Ethic? They work 4 short days a week, take off for vacations and sideshow trips every month.
    None of them could do this trip if they had three weeks to get it done.

    Values? We know they have none. They spout their values. Trump lives it and delivers it.

    Style? Clowns with big shoes and noses that light up.

    Charisma? Balloons with a slow leak have more charisma.

    What we are witnessing is the establishment of greatness. It’s not there yet. When the policies gel and the results come in, and he keeps building on the domestic agenda, it will be fully there.

    But this is historic and unique. We will never see another President like this.
    There is no talent in the minor leagues.
    We are truly blessed.
    We prayed for this and Christ answered.

    God bless DJT and Melania.
    Awesome.
    Winning.
    MAGA.

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  38. Ron says:

    Look at around 40 seconds into the video when he salutes the Italian guard. The guard looks so happy to see that, but then quickly averts his look because he’s likely not supposed to acknowledge anything like that.

    Very cool to see.

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  39. Raffaella says:

    Stunning stunning First Lady. What an attractive couple. Our President is looking much better now compared to when he left.

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  40. cjzak says:

    Well I hope the gossip media clowns are happy now. The Pres and First lady held hands walking down the stairs from the plane. Sigh, it really was so nice and they look pretty darn comfortable and happy with each other. So take that you Debbie downers.

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  41. cjzak says:

    I don’t know how they do it. The stamina and the energy needed to put in a week like this has exhausted me just watching. I can’t imagine how they all must feel right about now, yet they look just as good as they did when they left DC. Amazing.

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  42. justfactsplz says:

    All designers should be walking all over each other to get First Lady Melania’s business. It’s their loss for sure. She has impeccable style. She knows what to wear where and she wears it well, every bit of it. I have loved all of her clothes since day one. My favorite has to be the black lace dress she wore to have dinner with Bibi and his wife. It was so feminine and classy. I’m sorry to all of the Jackie Kennedy fans but she couldn’t hold a candle to our First Lady Melania. Melania has the combination of intelligence, grace, kind heart, warm smile, rare beauty, and her own style she brings to the table that makes her the best First Lady ever. She is President Trump’s biggest asset.

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  43. Bill Wright says:

    Hate to break in here, but PDJT might want to talk to the airmen at Sigonella and ask them why they didn’t help during the 13 hours of Benghazi. Was there a stand down order? What equipment was ready to go? Why didn’t it go? Where were our ships and subs at the time? What equipment did they have? Where was Obama that night?

    The distance from Sigonella (Sicily, Italy) Navy Air Base (SNAB) to Benghazi is 468 miles. The distance from Tripoli to Benghazi is 406 miles. Sigonella is known as the “hub of the Mediterranean,” it is the second largest Navy base in the Middle East, second only to Bahrain. It is one of only six FISC (Fleet Industrial Supply Center) Navy facilities in the world. It has C-130s, KC-10 tankers (flying gas stations), and F-16s. It is the base we used to attack Libya during the “war.” According to Fox News, the second drone was launched from Sigonella. Unfortunately, for Ty Woods, and Glen Doherty, who had laser-painted the terrorist’s mortar positions, the drone was unarmed. The first mortar was long, the next short, the next landed on the roof killing our heros, Ty Woods and Glen Doherty.

    If you look at the cover image for our website: http://www.militaryvotescount.com you’ll see why I get more than a little pissed off that Obama and Hillary got away with this travesty. Meanwhile, the Libyan terrorist that they unleashed just blew up little girls in England. How proud they must be.

    PDJT needs to fill the news cycle up with information like this. Keep them occupied with declassified news. Extreme transparency, extremely now!

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  44. miketrivi says:

    The island of Sicily was under muslim occupation for 600 years. Liberated by righteous Christians.

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  45. Hurry home President Trump. A lot of asses are waiting to be kicked.

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