Sarah Sanders White House Press Briefing – 2:00pm Livestream

Deputy Press Secretary Sarah Sanders is filling in for Sean Spicer to deliver the White House press beating for June 5th.  Approximate start time 2:00pm

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185 Responses to Sarah Sanders White House Press Briefing – 2:00pm Livestream

  1. TERRORIST IDENTIFICATION-PREVENTION SOLUTION:

    American CANNOT ALLOW Muslim Terrorist Plotting on Social Media to go unchecked as the Brits just did – with Law Enforcement KNOWLEDGE.
    http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2017/06/uk-counter-terrorism-officers-secretly-recorded-isis-cell-planning-terror-attack-weeks-ago/

    Time to impose PUBLIC CONTROLS on America’s Google, YouTube, Twitter and Facebook social media giants who have allowed Terrorist Radicalization and Terror Plot Planning to go unchecked on their networks:
    • Require that all posts first PASS through NSA for Storage and Monitoring, then back to the Social Media Provider for screening prior to hitting the internet.
    • DEPUTIZE the PUBLIC with a simple “EXTREMIST THREAT” button on every post, that anyone can press to trigger an ALERT-to-NSA [hidden from the Social Media host company].
    • Establish PENALTIES for individuals who send FALSE ALERTS.
    • Establish REWARDS for for individuals who send TRUE ALERTS.
    • FUND REWARDS by imposing FINES on Social Media Companies for every Extremist Threat posted.
    • FUND NSA Storage and Monitoring from FEES on Social Media Companies for every internet post.

    PROBLEM SOLVED – FAST.

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    • You are expanding government agencies…This is scary! Youseem to want the same “deep state” able to spy even more than they do already…on us!

      How about this…

      Islam should be declared by a consortium of governments around the world or by the US alone (who cares) as a political system (Sharia), NOT a religion.

      Now…once that’s done…you now have a bunch of non-profit mosques payng high taxes, you can treat all their hatful speech as political hate speach and you can treat all Islamic terrorism as political terrorism…now you can use the millitary to annililate Islam here in the US!!!!!

      Problem sloved by attrition and LEGAL.

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      • That would help, but no one will push that “Non-Religion” boulder up the cliff before being picked off.

        On the other hand, if you BEGIN with the Social-Media Solution, the Tech Giants will bring the full force of their businesses to push that boulder FOR us… in a heartbeat.

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        • Tom says:

          Oh please…no ! No more violations of the 4th Amendment in the name of security!! Why would you want the government protecting your ignorance ?

          Ben Franklin – “Those who would give up essential Liberty, to purchase a little temporary Safety, deserve neither Liberty nor Safety”

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        • BlackKnight, this to me seems logical. I mean what is a political system and what is a religion? The only real difference between a political system and a religion is thus:

          A political system has the power of enforcment once established in a society, meaning laws passed or “set” in the given polical system can be enforced by force on ALL those living in the society.

          A religion on the other hand may be able to do enforce certain laws of the faith and on their faithful but a religion has little power or should have little power over those that are not part of the religion. Take the Sanhedrin in the time of Christ, they had politcal control of the Jews in Israel but the Romans were the political force that could actually execute Jesus. Also Sanhhedrin had no power over those that were not Jews in Israel.

          Since Sharia seeks to set its own courts and seeks to dole out punishment, not only to those that belong to the religion but also others “infidels”, it is a political system and not a religion!

          Islam has and always will seek to be a political system with FULL enforcment powers on ALL in society…it is not a religion.

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    • rf121 says:

      Pass through the NSA. What could go wrong there? According to the Libs and social media guru’s this site would be one of the first ones shutdown. Our definition of what is a threat compared to theirs are polar opposites.

      Liked by 9 people

    • William Ford says:

      Wow this is going to be unpopular. Reeks of Big Brother. It’s a tough dilemma.

      Liked by 3 people

    • snaggletooths says:

      No thanks to all that. Our state department now requires when issuing visas that those applicants social media is checked back at least 5 years. Why should my social media be checked? To much Government involvement

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    • I appreciate the sentiment but deplore the suggestions. The desperate need for a solution has pushed Governments into totalitarian measures like this before with dire consequences. Our society prizes individual liberties and freedom of speech. That makes us more difficult to defend but I would not want to live in a society where people are appointed to decide what is a false alarm, subject to an individual’s opinion, just like “False News” which is just a way to suppress news the adjudicator doesn’t like.
      What you are proposing would have a chilling effect on the internet & on communication in general. If you are trying to destroy social media which is the very reason we were able to elect Trump you could not have stumbled upon a more effective plan.

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      • Count me a DEPLORABLE.

        You offer no solution: Just like the Brits whose unarmed cops became victims, not saviors.

        Our Counter-Terrorism Capacity is already overwhelmed and drowning, just like the Brits.

        Social Media is the medium in which Terrorism marinates the population.

        This forces Social Media to become the solution.

        The posting pass-through simply makes current NSA monitoring official, enables Counter-Terrorism to pick off jihadis-in-action, prevents social media providers from wiping the evidence, and gives them a YUGE financial incentive to stop what they currently facilitate.

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        • Deadbeat says:

          Here’s a solution: close the boarders and outlaw Marxism.

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        • You are absolutely right. I offered no solution. I don’t think there is a single solution. I think President Trump is working on this, as is his cabinet, from many avenues.

          First we need to know who is in our country. Noncitizens here on visa, for school, or work need to be monitored & deported for criminal acts. They are not entitled to welfare, tuition supplement or medical care at our expense. That is the single most important aspect of ensuring our saftey because it will drastically cut down the numbers of persons of interest.

          After that we need to retrain our intelligence agencies who have been taught to scrupulously ignore Muslim radicalism. Our system is not so much overwhelmed as it has been systematically made ineffective by the previous administration. Just like in the military we need restated clear articles of engagement.

          We need to deport clerics who encourage radicalization and have trained people monitor the internet and act to round up imprison or deport radicalized persons. If they are naturalized, their citizenship can be revoked. If they are citizens they are subject to the laws of the country.

          The existence of social media is actually a strength rather than a weakness because it can be mined for much information by trained analysts. One of the things I have learned in my life is that when you close your hand the things you are trying to control slip through your fingers. Your idea of tightening down on the internet will fix nothing but will make the job of intelligence analysts much more difficult.

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      • deanbrh says:

        Your definition of “false news” is right in lie with the Progressives’ definition, and it is not at all the same as the definition held by the President and his Deplorables. Does that mean you are a Progressive?

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        • deanbrh says:

          Error Will Robinson! Oh for an edit button! Your definition of false news: “False News” is just a way to suppress news the adjudicator doesn’t like.” MUCH of the news is news I don’t like. But when I call it “Fake news” it’s because I know, from the horse’s mouth, what the TRUE news is and you are lying about it, usually by twisting words, leaving out context, or just plain lying with false quotes. The Progressives like you can’t admit what Fake News really is because they are in the business of making anyone who disagrees with them look bad.

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        • You must be smoking something. My point was we do not want an unnamed authority defining false news for us and censoring the internet. We want to hear from President Trump, his team, other named sources and decide for ourselves. No one needs to protect us from being able to sift through the facts ourselves. People that pretend to help in that fashion only seek to control us and mold our beliefs for their benefit.

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    • Chuck says:

      Here is an idea…….. arm the public

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    • Kaco says:

      It’s time to bring back profiling, that will solve most everything. The days of frisking granny at the airport should to be over. We know who the terrorists are, we do need a Muslim registry to keep tabs. If they don’t like it, they can move out. This might be what Pres. Trump meant about his latest tweet about PC.

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      • Agreed. For the sake of cultural Marxist political correctness, those who pose no threat have been harassed and even sexually molested (TSA) in some kind of fake security theater allowing an opportunity for racists and dimwits (TSA) to get back at the dominate culture (white people).

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    • WSB says:

      Thank you for your /s, KBR.

      Teresa May is really clever when Soros is whispering into her ear. What do internet regulations have to do with citizens being slashed on your country’s sidewalks when your LE had the perps in custody beforehand and then let them go?

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  2. Sec. Chao finally starts delivering on “Infrastructure”.

    Great move to start with “Nationwide” Air Traffic Control innovation for Aviation.

    Leaves Congress Critters thirsting for a drink at the trough for State-specific Infrastructure.

    President Trump: “Not so fast, hombres. No pork for YOU until you’ve delivered on Healthcare Reform, Tax Reform and MY Budget that Balances.”

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    • aqua says:

      So right. Notice the themes, too — Air traffic control system is woefully outdated, and has been for years. VA’s electronic records for vets woefully outdated and not integrated with any other system. Both are being fixed.

      Public companies often have teams that can successfully help with project management, innovation, cross-channel or cross-departmental initiatives, to push through bureacracy, turf wars, status quo, or even just to help translate what’s needed into actual technology initiatives. Sounds like the government is off and running already with this kind of approach.

      It’s remarkably refreshing.

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    • William Ford says:

      McConnell and Ryan are holding up Trump’s agenda….not the Dems. I swear those two made a pact the day after the election and pledged to block his agenda, except for Supreme Court. They are single handily destroying the GOP. Because if Congress does nothing the GOP will get slaughtered in the mid terms. Which they don’t mind since they both have safe permanent seats. Trump needs to call them to WH and bang their heads together. Time to play hardball & go to war.

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  3. Come on, Sarah: Mention Polish Immigration Control!

    The only country keeping the EU IQ above “moron”.

    http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2017/06/poland-no-muslim-immigrants-means-no-terror-attacks/

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  4. fleporeblog says:

    Our President truly LOVES our military men and women! He will move mountains for them! It brings tears to my eyes!

    Liked by 13 people

    • duchess01 says:

      In addition, President Trump does choose the best people for the jobs at hand – aren’t you impressed with the VA Secretary – he is articulate, concise, and oh so knowledgeable of the VA – explained about why this has not been accomplished in the past – he also works well with other departments, IT experts, and congressional members – he is well-spoken and logical – I am impressed!

      Liked by 18 people

    • Oldschool says:

      Yes fle, the sincerity from POTUS for our men an women in uniform is palpable.

      Liked by 4 people

  5. duchess01 says:

    They don’t LISTEN – many of the questions asked concern items he already covered!

    Liked by 6 people

  6. redlegleader68 says:

    Oh, goody … looks like Major Garrett is there … let’s hear his “question” /s

    Liked by 4 people

  7. duchess01 says:

    Sarah is great! She gets them going – and them drops them on their heads – excellent handling of the Kiddie P-Pool – notice how they try to rephrase the same question – and she just pushes the point without hesitation – Good on you, Sarah!

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    • NYGuy54 says:

      Her tone and direct answers are nice but her choice of clothing is so unprofessional that it gets in the way.

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      • duchess01 says:

        Many have mentioned her appearance as a deterrent – I don’t think she looks bad – certainly not unkempt – however, I am more interested in what she has to say – than what she is wearing – too many in the public eye look smashing, but are dumb as rocks – what nitwit interviews a world leader dressed like a call girl?

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        • NYGuy54 says:

          lol…yes Megyn has a weird idea of what is professional. Sarah needs to get a makeover or some upgrade to business dress. It gets in the way of her content. She could look to see how other female press secretaries have dressed in the past as a guide.

          Overall though, they could rotate the people that answer questions. That is a very tough job she and Sean have.

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          • duchess01 says:

            From what I understand (from yesterday’s press briefing) – no Communications Director has been appointed – they could be shorthanded – still, I think Sarah and Sean do a bang up job – in sync and on point –

            BTW…the Kiddie P-Pool appears to be dressed appropriately – unfortunately, nothing coherent comes forth from their mouths – Sarah is within the dress code – her words are silver-laced – her patience is golden – and her quick, accurate responses leave nothing to the imagination or ill interpretation – of course, there is no excuse for the ignorant or ill-mannered. * Sigh *

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  8. redlegleader68 says:

    Did I mention that April is a complete moron?

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  9. Aaaaannnnd….BOOM!!! Like a Boss, Sarah just walks off after the question is answered LOL!

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  10. duchess01 says:

    Buh, Bye Kiddies! [“you can stay longer” – someone yelled – lol]

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  11. They have her on the run, lots of stuttering, lots of ums. Its an extremely difficult position to be in and she is keeping her head above water but only just. I think Sean Spicer has been unfairly dinged.

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    • Mikayla825 says:

      I must have been watching a different presser. She did a great job! IMO even better than Sean some days..

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      • I have no beef with Sarah; she is good at her job. This was not her best presser, she was nervous and defensive. She did hold the line & shut them down, give back what they were trying to dish out but but they clearly flustered her and I felt she fled at the end.

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  12. blessdog says:

    GOOD LORD these clowns are deranged!
    Sanders handled them SO gracefully today – and i love the short format

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  13. KBR says:

    April, after being expertly handled by Sarah, whines “where’s Sean?”

    It so reminds me of an unruly kindergartener with a new babysitter.

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  14. blessdog says:

    lots of love for Sadiq Khan amongst the WH “corespondents” deep state operative today…

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  15. Summer says:

    The media are grasping at straws. Now they are protecting the Mayor of London from Trump’s tweets because there is nothing left. AND there was no Muh Russia questions.

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  16. nimrodman says:

    How did this “executive privilege” non-story get so prominent? Did the Administration ever state – on the record – that they were considering invoking it?

    Or was it entirely that the press ASKED if it’d be invoked and then without an emphatic denial, they run for a week with “Administration Refuses to Deny that Exec Privelege Will Be Invoked” ?

    In other words, an entirely press-created non-story.

    Like “have you stopped beating your wife?”

    Anyone?

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    • duchess01 says:

      Dunno, nimrod! Haven’t read anything about it anywhere – I think this is a ‘blast from the past’ – when the I-I-C invoked it frequently – JMHO

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      • nimrodman says:

        It’s been a constant story on Fox TV for about 5 days now, part of every panel discussion.

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        • duchess01 says:

          Oooooh – maybe, that’s why I haven’t heard about it – don’t watch TV – turned off in January, 2008 when I realized the election was fixed! Thanks for enlightening me, nimrod!

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        • nimrodman says:

          … asked about Comey’s upcoming testimony, “Will the Administration invoke executive privilege to prevent Comey’s testimony?”

          … has been the question / veiled accusation in question’s clothing.

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          • janc1955 says:

            The media is absolutely drooling in anticipation of The Comey Show on Thursday. On the one hand they’re scared to death PDJT will invoke EP and put a halt to it. On the other hand, they’re drooling in anticipation of how they can spin it if he DOES invoke EP. Bottom line, it’s all about their 24/7/365 obsessions with doing in The Donald. It’s actually quite predictable and boring at this point.

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    • MakeAmericaGreat says:

      It was a trap being laid by the media to try to invoke executive privilege, in the hopes of making Trump look defensive and not having the Comey hearing be the dud it will be.

      As you would expect, Trump deftly avoided the pitfall and is going to let Comey once again make a fool of himself in front of the world.

      Mission accomplished.

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      • nimrodman says:

        Thanks, Make, you’re reading it the same way I am.

        I was just wondering if anyone had heard the Admin make any statement that started it, or (more likely) it was a total media-created confection.

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      • duchess01 says:

        Exactly, America!

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      • The Boss says:

        And Comey better watch his sorry ass when he testifies. Perjury is not appreciated by his most recent former bosses. He’ll take the 5th more than once. That will give lightweight media whores like Chris Stirewalt something to yap about for a few days.

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    • WSB says:

      I am going to take a stab. IMO, complete media egging to find out ahead of Comey’s testimony if he has any goods on POTUS.

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  17. amber says:

    The way Sarah handled Acosta was priceless! Keep Sarah!

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  18. SR says:

    No question regarding Russia, Flynn and Kushner. It seems Russia story is dying until Comedy do some magic. London mayor is new liberal celebrity and may qualify for do nothing Nobel peace prize like Obama.

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  19. buckweaver27 says:

    What a ridiculous press conference. Every thing that is going on in the world today and the only thing the only thing the media have their mind is the President’s tweets. I am still laughing at April for her indignation that President Trump used “extreme caps” in his tweets. haha

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  20. snarkybeach says:

    I love it when Sarah subs for Sean… she swats the flies expertly.

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  21. MakeAmericaGreat says:

    Awesome. She wasn’t taking anyone’s garbage and she had Widdle April begging for Sean at the end.

    Good job, Sara!

    Team Trump is just about done playing defense. It’s about time. You can see they are circling the wagons and they are ready to start doing things their way, media and fringe left be damned.

    Also, the decision on Comey makes it clear that the administration feels that they can cut Comey’s weak credibility down to size and negate whatever nonsense he says on Thursday.

    Very pleased with Sara today, and she was looking quite nice as well.

    No more playing around with the media. Put them in their place and expose them for the clowns they are.

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  22. SharonKinDC says:

    Sarah is professional…yet, one can tell she holds the LSM in utter contempt. I love it!

    Liked by 10 people

    • MakeAmericaGreat says:

      Unlike Sean, Sara doesn’t care if the media likes her and she is not afraid to let them know they are morons. I love that about her!

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  23. MakeAmericaGreat says:

    One of the things I love about Trump — and Sara — is that they don’t give a DAMN about political correctness. You’re a Muslim mayor of London? Doesn’t matter — Trump will crush you if you mess with him. No PC considerations made.

    Same with Sara. April thinks she’s going to get away with her “you must let me have 10 questions” stuff. Nope. Sara isn’t playing that game.

    This is what true, egalitarian, color-blind treatment looks like.

    Take notes, libs. You don’t walk on eggshells because someone is from a ‘protected group.’ That’s discrimination. Real equality means if someone acts like a jerk, they get treated like a jerk. No matter who they are.

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  24. Larry Bucar says:

    You’re in you’re out, that’s what Sarah H Sanders is all about… Happy birthday George

    Liked by 2 people

  25. Notice the “Next Big Thing”?

    President Trump’s announcement of the INLAND WATERWAYS SOLUTION for Infrastructure Investment set for Wednesday in Cincinnati.

    Hammer Down, Mr. President!

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  26. Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

    So, no questions about the BBC/CNN fake “Random Muslim Mums on the streets of London” story that aired over the weekend? This is why we need NewMedia people in these Press Conferences & Daily Briefings.

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  27. Truthfilter says:

    Whatever happened to the idea of letting local news reporters and other media outlets ask questions at these press conferences? I wish POTUS could revoke the privileges of half of those MSM journalists. What law says he can’t?

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  28. ivehadit says:

    What’s the story on Kelly Anne Conway’s husband tweeting criticism at Donald???
    This may be on another thread but it was brought up at the PC so I thought I would ask here if anyone knows…
    Bad form Mr. Conway! What, you can’t hand deliver a letter to the President? You have to go worldwide with your thoughts? Sure….Hand the enemies a hammer. I am REALLY angry about this in a mild sort of way since I don’t consider him too relevant now.

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      • ivehadit says:

        Yes, thank you I saw these. I am very perturbed by them! Why couldn’t Conway have sent a letter or sent his opinion through Kelly Anne? He has to go worldwide?? Very, very fishy to me.

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      • psadie says:

        I have said this before The President needs to STOP TALKING for any lawyer will tell you that…he makes it worse when he just blurts out a tweet. Mr. President ZIP THE LIPS!!!

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        • Martin says:

          Really………

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          • psadie says:

            Yes Martin, REALLY. When you have a case going before the SCOTUS lawyers will tell you not to discuss anything…forget about it till they make a decision. Common sense and yes I am a Trump supporter before he decided to run!

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        • 17CatsInTN says:

          Nope. No need. He comes through loud and clear. First president that has since Reagan.

          I don’t care about gasping pearl clutchers who haven’t dealt with truth in probably their entire lives. No need for decorum after the treason of the last several administrations. Just the facts, ma’am.

          They can gird up their loins or they can take their toys off center stage and fade into obscurity. We’re all wearing man jeans now.

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        • boogywstew says:

          Having a lawyer eyeball the tweets before they are sent is enough for me. Does anyone here know that President Trump DID NOT have legal eyes on these tweets beforehand? If President Trump listened to all his supposed “friends” while on the campaign trail … we’d all be commenting on President Clinton’s new pantsuits with the trapdoors!

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        • ivehadit says:

          No, psadie, Conway needs to stop giving our enemies fodder. And Donald Trump knows exactly what he is doing. See Scott Adams: Trump wins either way with travel ban. If one is a linear thinker, one will be way behind the curve with Trump.

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  29. NC PATRIOT says:

    I am not a lawyer–and I support fully PDJT but I questioned the wisdom of his string of tweets about his travel ban and the SC. If they were meant for his AG—he should have sent his thoughts to him by courier. His tweet yesterday about the ban being needed as an added layer of security was sufficient FOR US to know his thinking. IMHO

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    • H.R. says:

      NC Patriot: ” If they were meant for his AG—he should have sent his thoughts to him by courier.”

      President Trump would not criticize or discipline in public an employee he intended to keep. That’s done behind closed doors.

      There’s a message we’re not privy to in those tweets, nor can we be sure who the tweets were really aimed at, but it wasn’t AG Sessions, IMO.

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  30. NC PATRIOT says:

    Addendum to above: He can chide lower court Justices as being political etc——-but I can’t see the wisdom of messing with the SC when you want them to rule in your favor. But maybe he asked Sessions to go with the original order—-and Sessions opted to appeal the weaker one—and he was telling us that.

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    • psadie says:

      The bottom line is that WE don’t need to know everything about what is going on especially when it comes to something you want from the courts and the DOJ AG Sessions!

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    • herbie says:

      I would say that Our President Trump made it known to the Supreme court that he wants action now. Nuff Said through a simple tweet.

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    • highdezertgator says:

      But it’s ok for Ruthie (who has no ego /s) to slam PDJT about his ego during campaign July 11, 2016…. she needs to recuse herself… permanently!
      “Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s well-known candor was on display in her chambers late Monday, when she declined to retreat from her earlier criticism of Donald Trump and even elaborated on it.

      “He is a faker,” she said of the presumptive Republican presidential nominee, going point by point, as if presenting a legal brief. “He has no consistency about him. He says whatever comes into his head at the moment. He really has an ego. … How has he gotten away with not turning over his tax returns? The press seems to be very gentle with him on that.”
      http://www.cnn.com/2016/07/12/politics/justice-ruth-bader-ginsburg-donald-trump-faker/index.html

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    • janc1955 says:

      In theory, the Supremes would never even consider Tweets in their deliberations.

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  31. NC PATRIOT says:

    The problem is—the lower courts are using his “comments” rather than the law–to hold up the ban, and he just gave the opposition more “comments”. If he loses this case because of politics It is a serious blow to the Constitutional right of the President to determine who can come into this country. Pray the SC upholds the law. I wish Scalia was still with us.

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    • psadie says:

      I agree so for now save the tweets for AFTER their decision is made and then you can tweet till your heart’s content!!! Anything can happen with SCOTUS so take the high road and don’t comment/tweet/talk about it.

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      • ivehadit says:

        Please see Scott Adams regarding the tweets and Travel ban ruling. Donald wins either way.
        Never underestimate him. You will not age well.:)

        And go Donald! We love your tweets!

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  32. Howie says:

    She speaks in ACTIVE VOICE….I like it!!!

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  33. herbie says:

    She moves at least 2 points in infatuation every time I see her.

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  34. ivehadit says:

    Oh yeah…!!!!

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  35. Tim Banis says:

    Pres Trump should make a statement.
    “If there is just one more Islamic attack, just one, I will order a nuclear strike on Mecca, reducing it to rubble, and cover the whole area in pig fat and set it ablaze”!!! Any questions??

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  36. Donna in Oregon says:

    If we can’t have just a written White House press release everyday…….. Can we at least just have 1 question ONLY from the pressitutes? They ramble on forever and the questions are usually stupid.

    I was raised to believe there are no stupid questions. WH Press Corp has destroyed that sacred belief.

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  37. deanbrh says:

    Let Trump be Trump, dammit! Get all the way on the train or JUMP!

    Liked by 3 people

  38. Rainy says:

    Pathetic nasty brood vipers.

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