President Trump Meets With Key House and Senate Lobbying Recipients…

President Trump meets with leading recipients of the DC lobbying business: Ryan, McCarthy, McConnell and Cornyn, a modern LLC (Limited Legislative Consortium), to discuss whether it’s feasible or not for the DC swamp to consider doing any work this year.

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Apparently the resulting response was…

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156 Responses to President Trump Meets With Key House and Senate Lobbying Recipients…

  1. MakeAmericaGreat says:

    The boss. Taking command.

    Apparently he called the meeting, as well.

    With Comey/Russia about to significantly fade, and the first leaker ensnared, time to get serious on the legislative agenda and put the spurs to the Congressional toadies.

    Recess is over.

    Liked by 42 people

    • Howie says:

      As predicted the will use their Art of the Dither to make it through the summer and in to The Season of the Loot when the real fun will start.

      Liked by 18 people

      • If that happens
        Look for the President to allow a government shutdown come Fall.

        Liked by 20 people

        • Fe says:

          One can only hope….lets put it this way I hope that is what happens, believe me.

          Liked by 15 people

          • I think MANY Treepers are hoping this as well. Even Mulvaney said it would “good”

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            • Grandma Covfefe says:

              Us, too. Been wanting a gov’t shut-down since the first year they refused a balance budget under BO.

              It seems everytime I go online every morning since President Trump’s inauguration, I find Congress on another recess or out of town conferences, etc. I’m kicking myself for not keep track of this from the start, but we had no idea that Congress has been doing this very VERY badly. This is a serious waste of taxpayer money, esp when Congress still make money on the side.

              WeThePeople need to have a petition going to demand no more recesses, meetings conferences (or any similar grouping of people that Congress creates to ‘justify’ these fake gatherings) for Congress this year, unless the Health Care, Tax Reform, Voter Reform, Complete Funding for the Wall, and Travel Ban are laws. And that these laws are done in the way it benefits only the American WeThePeople.

              The Days of Dithering needs to be over and Congress put on part time. What have they been doing?? chewing their toenails, picking their noses and preening? I’ve had it with the Animal-brained Congress.

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          • tellthetruth2016 says:

            I hope our President asked Lyin Ryan WHY he and McWar met with Romney along with others at one of Romney’s private resorts for a meeting …….

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        • Vince says:

          Do you mean more than they already are?

          Liked by 3 people

        • unconqueredone says:

          Time for our President to start loudly expressing that if there is a government shut down not a single penny should be paid for those government workers who are doing no government work. Can you imagine the pressure the “civil servants” would put on the “people’s representatives” to get something done?

          Liked by 4 people

      • aol925 says:

        After all is said and done there’s always a lot more said than done!

        Liked by 3 people

    • MakeAmericaGreat says:

      “The wall will be a great help. It will happen, believe me.”

      TRANSLATION —> You Congressional clowns WILL get the wall funded. Believe me.

      Liked by 28 people

    • setup2100 says:

      Hope you are right however those people he spoke to are all 100 % against moving any TRUMP agenda forward. They are the heart and soul of the SWAMP. If he thinks they are going to cooperate with him in any form he has badly mis judged these UNIPARTY members. Wish him well because he is going to need it. TRUMP sooner or later has to realize he is talking to the enemy and better quit trying to kiss up to them because it is not working.

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      • i’ll bet if trump scheduled a series of continuing meeting with these clowns – televised for all the world to see – some smarmy smirks would drop when the rats realized their electorate was watching along with their money people…. elections are coming. trump could easily turn up the heat – their only constitutional mandate is to produce a budget, this is their job one – i’m sure trump could drive that point home over a couple of sessions.
        it’s the “taxpayers budget”, dummies – and we’re very very serious.

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    • pursang says:

      I thought Ryan and General “Mitch” McClellan were slow rolling everything until the summer break starts. Trump should threaten to make them work through August.

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  2. Howie says:

    They are meeting with Biden who will relay their orders from Obama.

    Liked by 12 people

  3. Katie says:

    My stomach is in a constant knot over just how evil the people of DC are, who are there to work for US.

    Liked by 12 people

    • ALEX says:

      Easy Katie. You seem to be taking all this a little heavy today. We are the Last Refuge and we will be fine. We will stick together in OUR movement, not their games….

      Liked by 36 people

      • Katie says:

        I know. Today has just made me feel so depressed and I have NO idea why.

        Liked by 2 people

        • Kristin says:

          Katie: The Sessions-Trump rift? I dont know if that is a fake story but i understand our president is not happy, as we are, withSession’s recusal.

          Liked by 2 people

          • rvsueandcrew says:

            “our president is not happy . . . with Session’s recusal.” — Do we know this to be true?

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            • Kristin says:

              No we don’t know if our president is unhappy as “they” reported But I sure am.

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            • unconqueredone says:

              Does anyone here think that Sessions and PDJT hadn’t worked this out IN ADVANCE of Sessions announcing he would recuse himself? They’ve got this.
              The media know nothing except what everyone knows, and are incapable of looking any deeper than the outlet’s owners and editors say to look.

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          • snaggletooths says:

            another story put put by “unnamed sources” the same unnamed sources who claimed Bannon was being fired every week its someone new they target to claim this admin is having chaos, unless PDJT makes and announcement its all just rumor.

            Liked by 9 people

            • p'odwats says:

              C’mon folks we’re being subjected to old Soviet Union style media propaganda. What a joke and embarrassment America’s news media have become. They’re openly trying to bring down the president and it’s so blatant that it’s shameful.

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          • Charlie says:

            President Trump is business 24/7 at warp speed. Slow moving DOJ must frustrate the h3ll out of him hence the fury towards Sessions. Earning a paycheck, hustling for business you work fast and hard. Government employee, not so fast. They get bonuses just because they do their job.

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            • USMCLt says:

              Trump has probably reached the conclusion that Sessions should have stayed in the Senate and a lawyer from his stable of killers should have been installed at DOJ. Gentlemen from the South simply do not have the temperament required for that job right now. In wartime you want a killer in the foxhole next to you, not a nice guy. And, no, Trey Gowdy is not an exception to my Southern gentlemen rule. If he was, he would have frog walked people like Hillary and Comey by now.

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              • setup2100 says:

                Trey Gowdy is what SDcalls “controlled opposition”. He is a swamp creature but never does anything but talks a lot and nothing ever gets done.

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                • mketch says:

                  This is so true, from a fellow SCarolinian who had high hopes for Gowdy, only to see him fake his way through like Lindsey Graham. all part of The Swamp!

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            • Kroesus says:

              hard to perform at optimum level as a DEPARTMENT with no US attorneys, no assistant AGs, a deputy AG that has been on the job for all of 3 weeks and no mid level staff….how about Trump or Bannon get busy with some appointments so the lazy Senate can confirm them…..you guys would complain Trump was slow in building his skyscrapper before he had a construction crew on site

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            • Joan says:

              And you know about the “fury” how?

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              • Charlie says:

                Ever move from warp speed to Southern speed? Moved from San Francisco to Hot-lanta
                spun like a top for months and Nobody moved fast. Yea, implied but a solid guess.

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        • Fe says:

          It’s ok to feel this way, we’re here to lift each other up. It will all work out. I know it with every fiber of my being. Our President has got this. 😀

          Liked by 15 people

        • deqwik2 says:

          I have felt that way today & I have no idea why either.

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        • mireilleg says:

          Once in a while all the bad news even if fake get to us. Fortunately we bounce back. That’s why we come here. I know I do.

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      • redlegleader68 says:

        ^^THIS^^

        Liked by 5 people

      • old deplorable owl says:

        Just how many firing positions are there in this tree, anyway? 😉

        Liked by 1 person

    • formerdem says:

      Dear Katie, even in DC about 95 % of all people are good. most people are just doing their jobs the way they are written. Most civil servants are downright weepy about wanting to help Americans. Their ideas are sometimes wrong and there’s an annoying hyperpartisan subset but although important they are not many.

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    • Mike says:

      Your symptoms sound like the side effects of being gas-lighted. Been there, done that. It’s most unpleasant. Please keep in mind the anti-Trump fake news machines lies about virtually everything, They lie, lie and then lie some more. What will steady the mind are cold hards facts, Reality that you can SEE.

      Katie, You’re in the right place here at CTH to get those facts..

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    • theresanne says:

      I get these same feelings of anxiety and worry, especially when I watch the Foxnews hosts going on about how bad things are for our President. Even guys like Hannity can really paint a bleak picture. I wish our side would focus more on the positive achievements of President Trump’s administration rather than rehearse what all the MSM pundits are saying about the latest Fake news story.

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      • crepelady says:

        ABSOLUTELY. I noticed the same negative reporting and discussions on FBN and FOX…except for Lou Dobbs. It seems as though the anti Trump Charlie Gasperino has suddenly disappeared…what a jerk.

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      • AM says:

        The solution is not to watch. I hate this, but even the guys on our side…are inventing news. Just ask yourself: is this person really in position to know the inner workings of the WH or has consistently correctly predicted both outcomes and DJT’s actions?

        299 out of 300 the answer is no, they don’t. Even the Times reads like a gossip column. I love Ann Coulter most of the time, but she has this really negative streak that’s quite often lead to incorrect conclusions about Trump, especially.

        It’s only June and swamps take a long time to drain. Lots of great things have already happened, including a judicial appointment.

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  4. ALEX says:

    It’s a time that has come. They have no place to run when the new budget comes up in 42 days. It’s make or break for the Republican Party as it existed and this is what I voted for.

    President Trump was the only reason I voted for a republican this time. I think most of us were already done, so the ball is in their court, not ours…

    MAGA

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    • Howie says:

      They will leave us no choice.

      Liked by 11 people

    • ALEX says:

      I should have said 42 congressional ‘working days’ ….What a bunch of losers…

      Liked by 12 people

    • MakeAmericaGreat says:

      Amen

      Liked by 3 people

    • whoseyore says:

      That just gave me a momentary flash back to when Sundance put up the Hollywood Squares with all of the contestants in the boxes and little by little they all fell away….and then there was ONE.

      Liked by 10 people

    • Bubba says:

      Sorry, they don’t care what we think, unfortunately. They have their donor money and uniparty apparatus at their disposal. Most will win reelection (especially the leadership). Just like Ryan & McCain won their last elections. Ryan beat Nehlen in the primary by like 84%-15%. Good grief. A few of the back-benchers might lose but not enough to matter. Some might even flip to dem – that certainly won’t help. If Ryan were to lose, so what?
      They’ll just replace his speaker’s chair with another cockroach. Then, Ryan will go to k street, with that shit eating grin on his ugly face, and make a bundle of money while lobbying his buddies against us.

      It’s going to take a lot more than elections to clean this mess up. Not enough people awake yet. Going to take a shocking event of some kind to get the slumbering’s attention.

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      • Donna in Oregon says:

        That’s because the voters in Paul Ryan’s district like the prestige of Speaker and the extra goodies that usually come with it.

        Patriots from across America should respectfully voice their opinions. How to reach the voters in Janesville, WI? I have no idea.

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        • I worked for ALIPAC making personal calls 4 days prior to the election. After talking to so many people from Janesville Wisconsin Congressional District 1 my answer is they’re all dumb as dirt they are totally totally uninformed upper middle class and they know nothing about what’s going on in their country.

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        • Bubba says:

          I agree with you about Ryan’s voters. That’s at least part of the issue.

          However, we need to change more than just Paul Ryan. The uniparty can replace Ryan with another stooge – just like they replaced Boehner with Ryan. We need an event(s) that will shine the light on all of the corruption. An event that can’t be ignored or spun. I believe that the sunshine is coming. I believe that Trump ran for president to do just that.

          Liked by 7 people

          • 17CatsInTN says:

            I believe that sunshine is coming on a scale much larger then any of us anticipated. I really do. Problem is it can’t get here fast enough!

            I believe there are going to be REALLY high up people brought down by coming revelations, like SCOTUS level no less. Of course, for many of us here, none of the coming revelations will really be a surprise, shock maybe that they surfaced–finally–but not really a surprise. We know just how evil the people and hour is.

            I also believe that one of the purpose of the Trump Administration will be to restore righteousness in the halls of power in DC.

            Honestly? Did ANY of us believe two years ago the amount of work that would get done in the first 4 months of the incoming presidency? Anyone? No, I don’t think any of us did. We were abused by our politicians and so beaten down with lack of follow through on campaign promises made, we could barely believe even ONE thing would be accomplished let alone a couple dozen or more. Yet, here we are.

            The ONLY thing stopping complete fulfillment of all his campaign promises is Congress, both sides of the building. Given everything President Trump has accomplished so far against the backdrop of COMPLETE opposition by everyone and everything, somehow I really doubt these traitors will prevail. He has a bullhorn and he is using it well. There will be much weeping and wailing and gnashing of teeth in the camps of the oppressors over the course of the next two election cycles.

            See…I prefer optimism only because I am so sick and tired of being cowardly, afraid, depressed and beaten up. We have a warrior king, so to speak, and he is warring on and winning on every front he engages. It is only a matter of time before Congress begins toppling just like all the other obstacles.

            Ok, I went on a lot longer than i originally intended. Oh well. Semper Fi–tut tut–cheerio–God bless the USA–MAGA–and all that patriotic stuff. 🙂

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    • Stringy theory says:

      Alex, you speak for me too. Exactly how nb I feel.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Kroesus says:

      FY 2018 begins 1 Oct 2017…..that would be 23 + 31 + 31 + 30 = 115 days till a legally legislated and signed budget would take effect IF it is completed on time

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  5. dayallaxeded says:

    I’m for “break it!” Then, PDJT can “make it” right! But first & foremost, he’s our weapon!

    https://www.google.com/search?q=trump+as+samson&client=ms-opera-mini-android&channel=new&gws_rd=ssl#gws_rd=ssl&imgrc=Kkff0X4ZrFEm3M:

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    • topavalley says:

      Do you know the story of Sampson? God protect President Trump! I pray that he does not have to save us by bringing the temple down upon himself as well as the Philistines.

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      • dayallaxeded says:

        Yes, I know the story of Samson and certainly don’t intend to extend the metaphor 100% to PDJT! Certainly Melania is the opposite in character to Delilah–she gives strength, rather than taking away. I, too, pray and ask others to pray constantly that PDJT (and his family and all who support and help him) will be guarded and guided in all things according to our loving Father God’s Will!

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  6. wheatietoo says:

    Grab them by their pussy-hats, Mr. President….and knock some heads!

    Liked by 21 people

  7. NJF says:

    Lou was apoplectic about their upcoming break. SCOTUS too.

    Liked by 8 people

  8. fangdog says:

    I don’t think Trump has wasted or lost much time on what the press thinks are major distractions. Big deal to them, but not compared to what is really important. Small things affect small Libtard minds.

    MAGA and running the Country is a far greater endeavor than anything a Libtard journalist would have the faintest clue how to go about. Judging by the kind of questions they ask, you know they couldn’t pour piss out of a boot with the directions on the heel.

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  9. redtreesquirrel says:

    You can sign up to receive regular emails of PDJT’s daily agenda at WhiteHouse.Gov. I find myself anxiously awaiting things to pass now, rather than dreading things that were happening under Obama’s presidency. I am especially excited about the repeal of Obamacare and of course, the Tax Reform Bill. I have emailed my senators to let them know how frustrating it has become to be given promises by Republicans only to have them turn their backs on us once elected. Feel free to do the same. :-l I’m sure they “love” to hear from us.

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  10. woohoowee says:

    Outlook Not So Good

    Well, I guess it may be mutually assured destruction then. We elected the best fighter, evah!

    Liked by 17 people

  11. calbear84 says:

    Love how our magnificent leader TELLS his underlings what he’s going to do FOR US. Lead, fight, or get out of the way!

    Liked by 14 people

  12. hellinahandbasket says:

    “Democrat inflicted catastrophe”; a calamity”.
    #MAGA

    Liked by 9 people

  13. Paul Killinger says:

    This is fine by me. The GOP (esp the Senate) is deadset on not supporting our President.

    Now we know where we stand. Vote accordingly next year!

    Liked by 12 people

    • The problem is no choice…Senator Burr is almost unbeatable, no serious Republican will primary him, so the other choice is a Dem, and that is no choice. I don’t know what can be done in this type of situation. Other Senator is Tillis, and he is even worse than Burr, but he is in the one-term Senate seat here in NC; no one lasts more than one term, but that’s a few years off…(this was John Edward’s one term seat followed by Kay Hagan’s one term seat..both dems….no one lasts in this seat,,,,all crooks).

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      • KBR says:

        Burr is not up for reelection anyway, and would not be until 2022.

        “On July 20, 2016, during his re-election campaign, Burr announced that, should he win that year’s election, which he eventually did, he would not seek re-election to a fourth term in 2022.[22]”

        Wikipedia article on Seantor Burr.

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      • camulla says:

        The option is find candidates instead of waiting for local and state leadership to find them for us. I know doing that would be difficult, but good challengers in the primaries would help. Voting out Republicans out of frustration just votes in Democrats, and after all their recent behavior, we know Democrats are extremists who want impeachment and should never be back in power.

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        • Donna in Oregon says:

          Maybe write Laura Trump, she is running President Trump’s 2020 campaign. There could be some candidates in each state that the White House would like to see in office that we don’t even know about.

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        • mireilleg says:

          It’s very difficult. Look at what happened to several tea party candidates. We thought the tea party was making progress and we were electing on that platform people who would help us change the DC circus. We ended with Rubio, Cruz, Sasse, Love, the gal who was going to castrate pigs….

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  14. MakeAmericaGreat says:

    How can you not love this guy?

    “Jared’s actually become a lot more famous than me…I’m a little bit upset about that”

    He’s so smooth. He is the man!

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  15. HonorDefendBuckeye says:

    Only difference between the two wings of the Uniparty is that one tells you upfront that they hate you and want to stab you in the chest, and the other pretends to share your thoughts only waiting to stab you in the back.

    Liked by 34 people

    • calbear84 says:

      Truer words have never been spoken. Thankfully, we have real hope now.

      Liked by 7 people

    • Donna in Oregon says:

      Ah, like the difference between ISIS and Muslim immigrants.

      Liked by 5 people

    • camulla says:

      No, I disagree. I agree that both parties have shared objectives on some issues, but I disagree that voting out Republicans is a solution because we have two parties, and when Republicans are out of power, Democrats are back in power.

      Forget that no evidence has been shown to us of collusion. Griffin, etc. are the faces of Democrats, and we know Democrats are unreasonable and want our destruction. I know Republicans aren’t pushing the administration’s priorities, but doing it would be much, much more difficult with Democrats in power. Democrats would view being voted back in power as a mandate and permission for impeachment. Michael Moore, etc. are telling us over and over that impeachment is the goal. I see no reason not to view their statements as what Democrats would do if voters put them back in power. The Senate also would not get through good judicial nominees because Schumer would control the process of who could get floor votes. Impeachment and a conviction would mean that we would then have Mike Pence, who seems like a nice man, but does not have the strength of character to continue the priorities that we need from Congress. It also would put Democrats in a strong position to win the White House in 2020.

      Something that we must do would be to find and vet candidates ourselves. Ginaswo posted a link to a website that shows how we can get involved in the local Republican parties. Something else we can do is seek the Lord and His mercies on this nation.

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      • HonorDefendBuckeye says:

        Republicans acceded to Obama’s budgets, but fight now. Judicial nominations are enough to keep leftist progressives in control – e.g., Souter, Kennedy, Roberts – when your back was turned. if progressivism is slowed, it is not turned back and Uniparty can be expected to make sure any leftist nominations are never truly contested

        But put that aside, it is no longer “We the People” but rather, “We the self appointed Lawyers from elitist universities” who determine the people’s liberties. The unaccountable bureaucrat who searches out something to tell you must do, or not do – backed up by the lawyers. Has any judge been removed for overstepping constitutional authority? Has any bureaucrat gone to jail for actions that would place a common citizen in jail? This insidious power is unchecked, ceaseless, and corrupt — unopposed.

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        • camulla says:

          We have a reprieve now. We shouldn’t squander that and vote out Republicans so impeachment would happen when we can find candidates ourselves and do the grassroots work to get them name recognition. The easier thing to do is complain.

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    • Remington..... says:

      Bang on…the democraps are no good lying bastards – it’s a given. The repubs are covert no good lying bastards….uni party.

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      • camulla says:

        Remington, we need to find candidates ourselves and start doing grassroots work to get them name recognition. Share the link to this website. We can also seek the Lord and get involved in the local and state Republican parties so the leadership at the local and state levels is different.

        I know complaining would be easier. I also know that we are crunched for time because we work. I don’t think the time crunch is an excuse or that we can sit back and not get involved in local Republican parties with people who also voted for this administration.

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  16. greenvalleygal says:

    Love that he named names for the record! Positive outcome ahead, we pray.

    Liked by 13 people

  17. calbear84 says:

    BTW thanks Sundance for re-defining the meaning of “LLC”. Now I’ve got to call my CPA 🙂

    Liked by 5 people

  18. greenvalleygal says:

    Meanwhile in Tucson AZ, city and county officials held a press conference today to threaten businesses if they participate in building a border wall, they are shut out from government contracts or employment by government thereby denying people employment because they disagree with the law. Wake up, TUCSON and Pima County. Organize for the August recess.

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  19. Pam says:

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  20. Does that show The Five get any viewership at all? I can’t imagine anyone watching it…

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  21. jstanley01 says:

    The 2018 House and Senate races will be gearing up in no time. Time to primary their do-nothing rear ends. All of them.

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    • camulla says:

      No, we need to find candidates ourselves. Finding out who plans to run is easier with the Internet. We can also find filing times and can network with people who voted for this administration so that good candidates run against current representatives in the primaries.

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  22. snaggletooths says:

    I am not worried about the wall if Congress pulls something which they could, the people who voted for PDJT will ask him to put up a link for wall donations, it will get done.

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    • Sylvia Avery says:

      If BO could find money to bribe Iran and pay them ransom, and if BO can find a billion to kick into the Paris Accord kitty, all outside of the budget process, I am betting PDJT can find a few bucks to build a wall. I don’t doubt this.

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      • snaggletooths says:

        Its congress who are against Trump again we will get it built one way or another

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        • Christopher Johnson says:

          You know, when the cardinals can’t successfully vote for a pope they lock them in a room and put them on a bread and water diet until they get their job done.

          I think something like that might be a good policy here as well.

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      • SR says:

        BO and RINO are in same globalist team. BO never needs to talk these RINO but his globalist super rich friends can make call to RINO what to do.

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      • mireilleg says:

        It’s true however Obama had no problem stealing and lying. President Trump cannot do anything shady as impeachment papers would be in the hand of every corrupt politician in DC.

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  23. bessie2003 says:

    When the Congress is in recess, can President Trump go ahead and fill the Ambassador vacancies?

    Liked by 4 people

  24. psadie says:

    I remember Hannity had Paul Ryan on his show and Ryan absolutely said “things will get done in the first 200 days of the Trump administration…we are almost there!

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  25. greenvalleygal says:

    Ryan is still a Never Trumper to this day.

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  26. Political games being played all around in DC, the Lyin’MSM and the world at large.
    It’s amazing to me that ‘they’ continue to belittle, betray and deny President Trump’s ability to make the best deal for the American people.
    The President has kept his word to the American people up to this point, June 6, 2017. There is absolutely no reason to believe he will not continue to move forward, fighting everyone and everything that comes in his pathway while completing his goals of Making America Great Again.
    So, the UniParty can take the slow road and not help in the President’s push for getting the USA back on track BUT do not believe that inaction and subversive behavior will deter our “Glorious Bastard”!

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  27. fangdog says:

    The problem for Republican Congressmen is before Trump they seemed great compared to Libtard Congressmen. However, Trump comes along and makes them look every bit as bad as the Libtard congressmen. Actually sometimes worse, I have zero expectations for Libtard democrats and had a little bit for Republicans. …….come to find out they are all owned by the same Deep State, Establishment elite and Wall Street Billionaires.

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  28. KBR says:

    Would be nice if we citizens could cut out the insurance of all Senators until they provide the means for citizens to buy theirs.

    Would be nice if citizens could take away the salaries of all Congressmen for any period in which they do not provide a budget for our tax dollars.

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    • thefirstab says:

      Yeah, what you said KBR. And btw, can the American People impeach
      Congress as a whole? Dereliction of duty and Failure to uphold their Oath of Office comes to mind.
      I know there are are decent people in there, but…. where are they????

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  29. gamecock123 says:

    I’d love Trump to hold some massive rallies this summer.

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    • gamecock123 says:

      If McConnell and Ryan isn’t going to push Trumps bipartsan infrastructure bill then it would be awesome if Trump would go directly to Flynt Mich with Elaine Choa in tow and explain why Congress feels they should continue drinking filthy water. Every bill has intent and motive…I hope Trump goes out there and expose it directly to the people this summer. There are many of us that understand the games and are ready to shut it down. I just don’t want Trump blamed if and when it happens.

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  30. Donna in Oregon says:

    In Portland Oregon on Sunday, 500 brave Trump supporters came together. While surrounded by Portland Police and Homeland Security they were able to speak. The rally was inspirational.

    This is the largest gathering of Conservatives in Portland memory. Yeah!!

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    • old deplorable owl says:

      Good news to an ex-Oregonian, but how many ferals were at the OWS hoo-rah a few years back? 500 would have disappeared in that mess.

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  31. AmericaFirst says:

    Great how you started this with “leading recipients of the DC lobbying business.” I had to reread it to fully appreciate how we should all be truthfully labeling just exactly what we are up against.

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  32. wodiej says:

    1 Corinthians 15 :58

    “Therefore, my beloved brothers, be steadfast, immovable, always abounding in the work of the Lord, knowing that in the Lord your labor is not in vain.”

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