President Trump Leads First Fully Assembled Cabinet Meeting…

Earlier today President Trump held the first full cabinet meeting of his administration following extensive delays in prior confirmations driven by oppositional democrats.

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320 Responses to President Trump Leads First Fully Assembled Cabinet Meeting…

  1. Dazza says:

    Solid group of leaders

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    • Theoldbear says:

      IM TIRED OF POTUS BEING THE PUNCHING BAG FOR ALL THINGS UNIPARTY ! WE NEED TO GET ON OFFENSE AND HIT ALL THESE CROOKS HARD NOW ! TAKE NO PRISONERS! In the words of General Patton ” You need to kick them in the a$$, kick them all the time and go through them like c&@#p through a goose !!!!

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      • MW says:

        Dude, they’re gonna continue whipping him and he’s gonna continue boomeranging their hits right back at ’em. This is a process and he’s on it. It’s a war, there will be one battle after another. We must stand strong. Ephesians 6.

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      • Madmax110 says:

        I hear you. Every day it’s playing defense it seems. Get the ball and punt.

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      • free2313 says:

        The perfect energy cheer and song, whenever you feel your spirit sinking, in three minutes you will have an instant rejuvenation. Deplorables stay united!!!!!!!!!!!

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        • Grandma Covfefe says:

          And Read Sundance’s letter to our president, too. It give a calming effect….zzzz

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          • ladypenquin says:

            I have that song bookmarked. And you’re right Grandma Covfefe, Sundance’s letter (almost all his posts) give a calming effect. Better than having to take a tranquilizer or a stiff drink, though some days, one wants to bash a few of from our side’s heads; they cause most of the trouble because they’re part of the problem and not part of the solution.

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            • Grandma Covfefe says:

              We have had days like that where we just want to clock the daylights out of ’em. And the cussing? We don’t cuss, and,boy, Hubbie and I can’t even brag about not ever cussing in our life anymore! Lol.

              In our whole life we’ve never seen anything like this-the way this Opposition acts up. I thought the hippies and the Anti-Vietnam war was bad. They were nuts, but the Opposition are demonic people, crazy, delutional, and brainwashed zombies.

              I love this site–good place to vent as well as find solitude.

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        • Janice says:

          I will never grow tired of this vid! It pumps even this old couple up!

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      • Ned says:

        I agree! Sometimes I get frustrated when promises are not being kept as quickly as I like but when I look at the incessant opposition that is constant and increasing, I can only hope that Trump keeps hitting back and pushing forward. I have NEVER seen a President treated to horrendously as President Trump. This is a political war.

        Not a day goes by when I don’t see something that makes me crazy by the opposition. Most recently McPain has been out of the country and travelling around to our allies bad mouthing Trump. Instead of Obama’s apology tour. McPain is trashing Trump and undermining him. He has even stated he believe Obama was a better President then Trump. This is how insane McPain has become. The”golden showers” fabrication was sought by McPain and passed along by McPain. That was sick. One can only hope that at his age he does the country a favor and goes to sleep and never wakes up.

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    • Patriot1783 says:

      After the last 8 years, the grown ups in charge.

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    • MaineCoon says:

      During President Trump’s introductory speech, I thought he and the meeting seemed rather somber. Then the members spoke and really lifted the tenor. They were all so appreciative and honored that he chose them to serve. True admiration of him. I’m glad he got to hear their kind remarks. It made me feel good too!

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      • It’s called presenting a unified front for the cameras.

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      • EternalVigilanc3 says:

        Thankyou for that. Havent been online was in a car with radio. 560am assuming it was Joe Walsh. Your take and his are night and day. He was talking how all the cabinet was “pontificating” to our POTUS uhg… thnx for the enlightenment.

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    • fleporeblog says:

      I echo the statements of Secretary Purdue. The thing that I love most about our President’s cabinet is that they all get along so well and are there for each other. No one seems to work in isolation. They see the importance of each other in getting the job done. You would be hard pressed to see that at this level.

      The other thing I love and admire about the team is that many of them are there for one reason and that is to do everything in their power to MAGA! It is not about the salary or the ability to be able to move up the political ladder.

      Wilburine is 79 years of age
      Dan Coats is 74 years of age
      Our President is soon to be 71 years of age
      Sonny Perdue is 70 years of age
      Jeff Sessions is 70 years of age
      Robert Lighthizer is 69 years of age
      Linda McMahon is 68 years of age
      Rick Perry is 67 years of age
      General Kelly is 67 years of age
      General Mathis is 66 years of age
      Ben Carson is 65 years of age
      TREX is 65 years of age
      Elaine Chao is 64 years of age
      Tom Price is 62 years of age

      These folks see this opportunity to make sure our country is put back on a path that will allow their grandkids and great grandkids to be able to live and prosper for many many years to come. That is called WINNING for all the right reasons.

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      • Ned says:

        As long as they don’t slip mentally., I’m okay with that. I’d like to see some younger folks in there to pass on the mantle.

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      • seabrznsun says:

        Each bring with them loads of well earned and lauded experience too. A table of brilliant champions. I love how President Trump doesn’t sit at the head of the table. He positions himself as part of the team.

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    • olderwiser21 says:

      God bless all these people and their willingness to serve! God Bless President Trump and his judgment for making such astute appointments.

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  2. M33 says:

    I watched this. Can’t wait for Team Trump to really start kicking ass!
    And doing a great job already!

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  3. MakeAmericaGreat says:

    Excellent meeting.

    Trump is officially hitting the reset button now with the Comey distraction over with. Time for a full roll-out of the Trump Agenda and Team Trump.

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    • Brian L says:

      Hope you’re right. This crap went on for half a year. I want to say I can’t believe how long the GOPE delayed, but I totally can.

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    • Marian says:

      I don’t know about that. Maybe my cynicism is getting the best of me, but it seems the GOP is still dreaming up ways for a President Pence. Always felt the Republicans were going to be the biggest obstacle for Donald Trump. The party hasn’t let my dissatisfaction down (or is it up?).

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      • i’ve noticed that “pence for prez” is a major theme in what drudge is pushing today. #disappointedindrudge

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        • GA Deplorable says:

          Done with Drudge. I deleted the bookmark this morning …done.

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          • Theoldbear says:

            Pence is a product of the Washington swamp. Beware, he is a nice guy but as a strong and competent force for MAGA he couldn’t even hold President Trump’s jock !

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          • MOA says:

            Be fascinating to know which bit of Trump upsets Drudge.
            On the face of it they should have much political philosophy in common.

            For Drudge to support anyone but Trump means Drudge likes crony globalist rent seeking big govt Washington just the way it is.

            That’s a shocking realisation for me.

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            • Victor Laszlo says:

              Drudge is just impatient, like some other conservatives. They want Trump to destroy the corruption NOW, and fulfill his promises. They and drudge don’t have the calm wisdom and info this site has. And drudge posts links from leftwing sites to point out the insanity, not to help those sites, or because he’s on their side I obviously like Drudge; don’t be so hard on him.

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          • cats23 says:

            Used to visit Drudge every chance I had.
            Now, not so much. Once or twice a month.
            Matt Drudge is a real disappointment.

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          • ladypenquin says:

            I deleted Drudge a couple of months ago after realizing that going there, as I did several times a day was upsetting me. I know Drudge was for Trump, but sometimes his headlines and articles give too much fodder to the enemy, and I won’t support that.

            Since deleting Drudge, I’ve had much better days and less stress about the political scene.

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          • Thanks for the reminder, I just in bookmarked Drudge too.

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        • deanbrh says:

          Oddly enough, it makes me like Pence less and less as the Libtards EVERYWHERE are making Pence for Prez a major theme. To my way of thinking, no offense intended, Pence would be little better than Hillary; very “presidential”, which obviously means, whatever it takes to make the Globalists happy and keeps the rest of the people on welfare.

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        • free2313 says:

          Does Drudge not simply post these rumors out there, to make sure the Trump supporters stay on top of it and nip it in its bud as soon as it rears its ugly head, again and again?

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          • LafnH2O says:

            Imo He does it because, out of separation, the lost soles of the left will go clicky$ clicky$.
            He is riding them like a rented mule.

            Right, Theoldbear!

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            • LafnH2O says:

              Everyone reads everyone. I’m sure President Trump recalls who President Kennedy’s, Vice-President was. And who President Reagan’s, Vice-president was. And who 41’s and 43’s, Vice… oh wait
              No worries.

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          • cats23 says:

            Nope. It’s all about the Dollar. Drudge places outrageous headlines to make people CLICK. Click =$$
            Have you ever noticed how they have several headlines pointing to the same article?
            Aver asked yourself WHY??

            They are TESTING our response. That way they can make more moolah.
            (And, truly, I am a capitalist. You make money, hoorah for you.
            But it is NOT OK to make money fooling people. IMHO. and while testing is not fooling, it is smart, actually, what bothers me is all the headlines pointing to lefty websites. Headlines DESIGNED to rile us on the right. IMO, Drudge is right in on that game.
            Thus, my visits are RARE.

            IMO, Drudge ain’t no friend of the forgotten man.

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        • MaineCoon says:

          I laughed when Prez kept looking around asking where Pence was. All the time he was sitting directly across from him – where he often sits.

          Couldn’t help if wondering if it was a little zinger…

          I’m also tired of hearing Pence’s same response. If he’s said it once, he’s said that speech 100 times. Surely there’s something neew for him to say.

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          • Grandma Covfefe says:

            Oh, don’t you find that annoying!! I felt like I want to tell Pence to shut up. Today Pence said “Well said” to P Trump on their twitter. It came off like Pence was talking to a dog, “Good Boy!”. When Pence is quiet and watching the president, he has a expression of a weasel. Then I’d have to bow my head and pray for protection for our President.

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        • filia.aurea says:

          Only establishment Republicans would wish for a Pence presidency in the circumstances. I do not believe Pence could be elected in normal circumstances, his appeal is very limited. Frankly, based on performance to date, many incumbent Republicans should be primaried in 2018, and GOP funds should be distributed accordingly.

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        • I believe if, God forbid, they did do this to the Pres. and he was removed, Pence would resign, and guess who is left, their favorite Rino Ryan, and they lived happily ever after.

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      • Theoldbear says:

        You are not dreaming. You are absolutely right ! Most of the GOP are Uniparty scum. Swamp creatures all. They should be called Repulicrats and in the end will be the biggest threat to President Trump !

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        • rgnsc says:

          well don’t vote next year, and maybe the Dems. will take the House. That will help Trump greatly, and i’m sure they will enact whatever he wants.

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          • Theoldbear says:

            That may have been the biggest dumb A$$ comment ever on the Treehouse. Of course no one here is going to vote for the Demorats. But we should except our chosen Republican representatives to do the will of the people who sent them to Washington and become part of the swamp that will destroy America.

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      • MOA says:

        Yep, PTrump’s only relevant adversaries are the Republican Party and corporate media.
        The Tea Party better become the Trump Tea-ers because their sort of community pressure at candidate selection time is the only way to change Congress. While the Republican elite choose most candidates nothing will really change at the core of the system.

        Getting anything effective though a Ryan Congress is everyday’s first problem.

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      • Stop reading the Drudge Report. Drudge puts that out there because our President reads Drudge and even retweets him… have to know what your opposition is up to.

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      • Jimmy Jack says:

        George Webb is warning about this for all the same reasons so many here worried as well – the Uniparty thinks he’ll be easier to manipulate and control. His longer 6/6 interview talked quite a bit about it. It’s long but worth listening to. He lays the entire Uniparty apparatus bare and goes hard after McCain & Graham along with McCabe, Comey et al.

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      • Citizen Free Press says:

        Pence is a solid #2, but you won’t find a single story on Citizen about him because he’s not President right now, and won’t be for another 8 years, at a minimum.

        The president is Donald J. Trump and he has long since earned my respect by battling the globalist-loving uni-party and their sycophantic boot-lickers in establishment media. In my opinion, there is no one who has ever fought for the American people with the same determination as Potus 45.

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    • Aintree77 says:

      I hate to be a party pooper as I agree with your sentiments but it’s too early to celebrate with our guards down as Special Counsel Mueller is just getting ready to start his pro Comey–anti Trump investigation. He didn’t hire the best available hard hitting Enron and crime family prosecutors to chase Russian Collusion dead ends. He’s going after Trump.

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      • ExmilUK says:

        Or Special Counsel Mueller and the new FBI head will see that Trump is going to win this struggle and throw their lot in with Trump by obeying the U.S. Constitution and going after the corrupt, criminal D.C. creatures in an epic campaign of fighting the concentrated evil that is the Deep State.

        Think how long ***THAT*** would be remembered. Centuries, if not longer.

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        • LafnH20 says:

          THEY didn’t pick him cuz he’s pretty!

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        • Ned says:

          I hate to rain on your parade but… truth is important…
          Mueller is the legal arm to distract and ideally derail or impeach Trump. THAT is his role. Comey and Mueller are VERY close. Appointing Mueller opened the door to a never ending “investigation” into nothing. Already it has cost us 3.3 BILLION dollars. That money could have been used for a wall. The while point of this “investigation” is to stall, derail and ideally impeach Trump. Mueller is doing his part for the establishment. You should understand the CLOSE relationship Mueller has with Comey. If Mueller was upright, he would have declined because of this conflict.

          Mueller, Comey have had long, close relationship
          By Cody Derespina Published May 18, 2017

          The man tasked with investigating possible meddling by Russia in the 2016 presidential election – a probe that will likely encompass President Trump’s recent firing of FBI Director James Comey – once called Comey “one of the finest people I’ve ever met.”

          Robert Mueller, Comey’s predecessor at FBI from 2001-2013, has a lengthy, close and somewhat controversial history with the man suddenly at the center of investigations swirling around Trump. Mueller on Wednesday evening was appointed by Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein as special counsel to oversee the Justice Department’s investigation into alleged Russian meddling in the U.S. presidential election and related issues.

          Trump’s critics contend several of his top campaign aides – including onetime campaign chair Paul Manafort, adviser Carter Page and former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn – had suspicious, if not illicit, contacts with Kremlin-linked officials. Trump has denied any collusion with the Russian government and no evidence has been publicly presented to show such collusion.

          Trump fired Comey May 9, in part, Trump said later, because the Russian investigation was dragging on.

          “In fact, when I decided to just do it, I said to myself, I said, ‘You know, this Russia thing with Trump and Russia is a made-up story,'” Trump said. “It’s an excuse by the Democrats for having lost an election that they should have won.”

          Press leaks, including to Fox News, later established that Comey had written a memo to himself detailing at least one encounter with Trump where the president had suggested he would like to see any investigation of Flynn ended.

          With growing calls from largely Democratic lawmakers that the Trump administration could no longer credibly conduct any investigation into Russia in the midst of Comey’s ouster, Mueller was thrust into the picture.

          But Mueller and Comey have been longtime allies dating back to at least 2003 when the men both worked in Washington, D.C., Mueller as FBI Director and Comey as Deputy Attorney General.

          The men were memorably cast – mostly via Comey’s 2007 testimony – as honorable men standing against government overreach when they talked former President George W. Bush out of pushing ahead the renewal of a controversial surveillance program. That episode included a supposedly dramatic hospital bedside encounter when Bush aides tried to get ailing Attorney General John Ashcroft to sign off on the program’s renewal. But Ashcroft, and in Comey’s telling, Comey himself, stood firmly athwart the pressure and prevailed.

          Mueller was a confidante of Comey during the initial incident, backing him up and reportedly offering to resign alongside him should the need arise. After Comey’s testimony in 2007, Mueller’s notes were subpoenaed by Congress as a way of verifying the account (which Bush and then-White House Counsel Alberto Gonzalez offer a differing version of).

          “I hung up, called Director Mueller, with whom I’d been discussing this particular matter and had been a great help to me over that week — and told him what was happening,” Comey testified. “He said, ‘I’ll meet you at the hospital right now.'”

          He later told senators of Mueller: “He’s one of the finest people I’ve ever met.”

          According to a lengthy Washingtonian article published on the eve of Comey succeeding Mueller as FBI head, Mueller was the “one person in government in whom [Comey] could confide in and trust.”

          As the showdown with Bush was going on, Comey, riding with Mueller to the White House, reflected on the impending fight that could be bearing down on the men. “At least Bob Mueller will be standing on the tracks with me,” Comey thought, according to The Washingtonian.

          When Comey was initially called to Ashcroft’s bedside, his first call was to Mueller who reportedly responded: “I’ll be right there.”

          Now he’s tasked with evaluating Comey’s accounts and recollections as he tries to play arbitrator in a mushrooming saga that’s clouded Trump’s nascent presidency.

          http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2017/05/18/mueller-comey-have-had-long-close-relationship.html

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    • Fe says:

      Totally agree MAG 😀 Our President is ready to roll over the swamp and make them into a parking lot while we MAGA.

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      • ladypenquin says:

        I don’t know if anyone else caught these words by Jay Sekelow tonight on Lou Dobbs. It might have been a “slip of the tongue” but he actually used the phrase “empaneled Grand Jury” in the same sentence as saying Sessions name. Maybe I heard the context wrong, but Jay is super smart and right on target, and what he said, and the way he said it, made me sit up and take notice. IOW, I think there could be a Grand Jury empaneled already.

        Remember, these kinds of juries are not often publicly announced…

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        • MaineCoon says:

          Ladypenquin, I caught that phrase too and I perked right up. Like you, I thought it might be a slip of the tongue, but that would be an unusual thing for him to do, I would think. Yet, I walked away with the same impression as you did.

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        • Aintree77 says:

          I understand your reaction.
          As you might know, Jay is a regular on Hannity and he has often stated on the show that “a grand jury must be convened” for this or that or similar phraseology. His comments initially caught my full attention but there never was a grand jury. However, he did not have the power or influence at that time to do so. I think he is a very competent lawyer and will help Trump now that he is more actively involved. Maybe a grand jury will eventually occur as I believe he was serious all those times in the past.

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    • Ned says:

      Mueller is not done yet. In fact Mueller is on a hiring BLITZ! Mueller is Comey’s friend.
      I was horrified when Mueller was asked to be the Independent guy. It’s impossible for min to be neutral.
      Mueller was Comey’s closet CONFIDENT for YEARS!
      Comey worked UNDER

      Mueller, Comey have had long, close relationship
      By Cody Derespina Published May 18, 2017

      Mueller called Comey “one of the finest people I’ve ever met.”
      Robert Mueller, Comey’s PREDECESSOR at FBI from 2001-2013, has a lengthy, close and somewhat controversial history with the man suddenly at the center of investigations swirling around Trump.

      But Mueller and Comey have been longtime allies dating back to at least 2003 when the men both worked in Washington, D.C., Mueller as FBI Director and Comey as Deputy Attorney General.

      According to a lengthy Washingtonian article published on the eve of Comey succeeding Mueller as FBI head, Mueller was the
      “one person in government in whom [Comey] could confide in and trust.”

      As the showdown with Bush was going on, Comey, riding with Mueller to the White House, reflected on the impending fight that could be bearing down on the men. “At least Bob Mueller will be standing on the tracks with me,” Comey thought, according to The Washingtonian.

      When Comey was initially called to Ashcroft’s bedside, his first call was to Mueller who reportedly responded: “I’ll be right there.”

      Right click on the link to keep your place and read through the details of a short article. Mueller is the ESTABLISHMENTS LEGAL ARM to keep TRUMP tied up with nonsense and derail Trump’s agenda!

      http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2017/05/18/mueller-comey-have-had-long-close-relationship.html

      For ALL details with Ashcroft and Bush and Comey – go to the link.
      Comey is corrupt and dirty and so is Mueller.

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  5. JustSomeInputFromAz says:

    Mr. Bannon and Mr. Miller in attendance…..remember “Miller Time”!

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  8. beaujest says:

    Finally talented men and women who want the best for our country !

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    • fangdog says:

      Imagine the difference this team and the “in it for themselves” bought prior administration team.Every American should be grateful and delighted.

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    • Katie says:

      The ever-watchful Keith always hovering near our President. An unsung hero!

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      • LafnH2O says:

        Love Mr. Keith.
        Situational awareness. Perfect position. Solid door to his back. Everything in front. Eyes on any and every, but center of focus is the President.

        Probably kick some serious butt and not ruffle his tie.
        Loyal to a fault.

        Don’t get no better.

        p.s.
        Ability to leap tall buildings in a single bound and PULL a .. umm.. rabbit out a his hat…. Bonus

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      • MaineCoon says:

        Everytime I see him, I know our President is in good hands.

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    • Poco Loco says:

      The Chairman of the Board and CEO wth the Board of Directors and Secretaries. Man what a team! Historic. The team that will get America out of the hole that the Uniparty dug.

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  12. mikebrezzze says:

    I’ll play poker three or four times a month in a tournament in Southern California . Today I said that I would like to make a bet, I asked if anybody at the table believe that Trump was lying about the tapes. One guy said of course he lies all the time! I said OK name one lie he’s told, he said all lies all the time , I said name just one, he stumbled around and he couldn’t name any lies. I said well I’ll bet between 100 and $500 that Trump has the tapes and that he’s not lying . The guy never said another word, except for we don’t need to be talking politics at this table. LOL. Stupid liberals!

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    • M33 says:

      Funny!

      The one that drives me up the wall is how often people see the Constitutions at the desk for sale and they say “I should send one to Trump! He obviously hasn’t read it!”

      When I have the gall to challenge them on why they think that by giving one example…
      Funny, they can’t!

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    • fangdog says:

      Libtards are beyond pathetic.No wonder libtards are always angry and disgruntled. If I were a Libtard I would hate myself too.

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    • CorwinAmber says:

      Mike, I admire your cojones…I gave up speaking about politics to just about everyone I know when the Donald descended the escalator oh so long ago. I will discuss such matters when approached directly, but refuse to take the bait when it is obvious someone is simply looking for an argument.

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    • Your Tour Guide says:

      Made the mistake of listening to the local Cox station in the car a few
      days ago. The godawful Eric Ericcson. He was prattling on and on about
      how frequently Trump lies. Changed the channel in record time. The
      guy is a complete tool.

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      • ladypenquin says:

        If he ever had a conscience, he lost it long time ago. I’ve met him in the past a couple of times (I’m a Redstate refugee from a long time ago) – and there were several things about him that were quite disturbing to me. Everything I’ve seen since confirmed my initial impressions.

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    • Patriot1783 says:

      Yep, I’ve used that line before when lib says something outlandish and i ask what do you mean? And they give a snarky response and than I ask where did you hear/see that? And they fumble and never can answer.
      I always make sure to ask on front of a group whwrthe in person or online.
      Makes the point across to everyone around that the person that starts the derogatory line is full of it or just plain dumb.

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    • dobbsfan says:

      Great bet, I love it.

      “Money won is twice as sweet as money earned.” ~ The Color of Money

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    • MaineCoon says:

      Great story!

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    • Ned says:

      That would be fun but I wonder if Trump isn’t taunting them just to make them nervous.
      Trump doesn’t strike me as the kind of guy to tape others. He works on trust and values loyalty. We’ll see – I’d LOVE it if Trump had tapes!!!!!

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  13. bulwarker says:

    Murderers’ row of political talent, no wonder the left is scared.

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    • dayallaxeded says:

      Not just political talent, but real-world, competent, top-of-the-heap talent. Most notable thing in looking at the line up is there’s not one (even giving DeVoss a little leeway) whose name engenders the thought, “political hack.” Can’t remember another POTUS (admittedly only going back to ’61) whose cabinet came remotely close.

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  14. txjohn says:

    Sundance…is there a position-by-position contrast of BHO’s jv White House team versus the President Trump MAGA winning team? Can’t find a link…wondering if you know where one exists?

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  15. Emily Summer says:

    T-Rex has a bored look and was lightly drumming his fingers. Reminded me of a crouched cat with slight twitching tail before pouncing. Would hate to be fixed with that stare. Hopefully he will clean house at the State Department of all Obama holdovers who are traitors.

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  16. Betty says:

    I loved seeing them all together and also was glad to get a glimpse of Stephen Miller. Thank you Stephen for your tireless work. I remember when I heard you speak for the first time at the Eau Clair Wisconsin primary rally, I knew you would be a great allie for both Donald Trump and us.

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  17. Paul says:

    Who ever sitting there with the master is lucky.

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  18. Trumpire says:

    Well, they better start kicking ass soon or he’s done for.

    And before all the hagiographists pile on, I and many, many other Trump supporters are feeling put upon. We were first in and and we are the last to be served if we are going to be being served at all. So save me your condemnation and plan to do the work we did to get him elected the next time because we don’t appreciate being lie to and being ignored.

    This last six months wasn’t 5D chess it was poor planning, lack of understanding who and what he is up against and who really got him elected, and truly not grasping the long term fight we are in for survival.

    Just because he has the possibility of turning this mess and his poor judgement around doesn’t mean he planned it this way.

    So far it’s a major case of over-promising and under-delivering.

    They are testing the waters for DACA – Dreamers. More refugees are coming every day and they are birthing their spawn and they aren’t leaving.

    Honestly, I figured he was smarter than this. I figured his staff was smarter than this.

    If things don’t start turning around and the base listened to – and that means using his unbelievable and unprecedented leverage – to stop Dreamers, illegals, refugees, dropping hammers on politicians, leaving Ivanka back at a New York fashion show, etc than the base will start looking for a man who can actually fulfill his campaign promises.

    I didn’t marry the guy. I voted and worked to get him elected for a reason.

    #1 Immigration – illegal and illegal – 99% of our problems stem from this and I see no change. None. He’s cow-towed to the usurping judiciary, he’s planting seeds about the Dreamers, etc.

    #2 The rule of law – Clintons Obama, Jarrett, Comey, Holder, Rice, Lynch, Lerner, Brennan, Clapper, etc. in prison. We don’t have a country without these people held accountable.

    Flame away. But be warned. I’m the canary in the coal mine.

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    • snaggletooths says:

      Well apparently your not paying attention to what he has accomplished
      http://dailysignal.com/2017/04/26/what-trump-has-done-on-immigration-in-first-100-days/

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      • Trumpire says:

        Dated – “April 26, 2017”

        They are still here. They are still getting food stamps, free benefits, free schooling, free housing, free medical and now there are trial balloons about amnesty for Dreamers. Had a personal experience today that tells me that nothing has changed and it’s not looking like it will change.

        He lied when he said he’d EO Obama’s illegal DACA on day one. Day one.

        He’s managed to have appointed as the acting head of the office of Attorney General a democrat who go something like 98 confirmation votes which is means the swamp loves him and this Mr. Swamp loving Rosenstein managed to appoint another life-long swamper to investigate the president.

        This is called a cluster-fuck not genius. It’s not cheese in the maze, it’s wasted time. He’s on a clock. The elections for 2018 are already in swing and he’s going to lose seats because he hasn’t fulfilled his promises to the base that means it’s only going to get harder and harder.

        So far we are in the over-promised, under-delivered category.

        To paraphrase sex offender Bill Clinton…It’s immigration stupid.

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        • snaggletooths says:

          you sound triggered snowflake
          The rest of us here are MAGA

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        • Sharon says:

          Trumpire: Not only are you a triggered snowflake but you obviously think trump can do everything on day one and you obviously don’t know what is all involved in this process with the deep swamp which has been going on for decades!! It took your mother nine months to form you which is a miracle in itself and you expect trump to deliver all these promises like magic! A fool you are!! If you thought it was going to be real easy I got a ocean front home to sell you in AZ!! If you think you are smarter than Trump why don’t you run for president and we will see if you will even last a week! Do you actually think anybody else would of been better than Trump now or in the future!! No One else will even come close to what Trump has accomplished now or in the future! There is a spiritual warfare going on and people like you can not see the big picture!! How stupid!!Keep whining snowflake I have some cheese for you too!😩😩😩

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        • MOA says:

          You are of course correct.

          But don’t minimise the good stuff that would never have happened in a million years with any other President.
          Paris, starting the evisceration of the EPA, a truckload of red tape dismantled, attempting to cease muslim immigration (the High Court will decided whether the judiciary rules the country or the voters do), TPP gone and more.

          Let’s hope “at least better than Hillary” is not our epitaph.

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      • Kroesus says:

        did you see there has been a 30% INCREASE in border apprehensions April-May…..the wall which I know he is working on and keeping his PROMISES on DACA and H1b visa abuse would be a good start on the immigration issue

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        • Is there a remote possibility that expanding the Border Patrol and improving their tactics and technology is INCREASING apprehensions?

          The MSM is playing the increase as a “growing problem”. That’s BS.

          Don’t we want to INCREASE them?

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    • aqua says:

      The election took longer than you’ve given our President. Imagine that. Following this kind of thinking, kids would only need to be in school for a year or two before they would be done learning all the stuff they need. Pipelines would be drilled in a month; world peace settled in two. Companies would be expected to zoom to billion$ sales in mere weeks, and of course, produce billionaires in a month or so. Glad that plan’s working for you.

      For the rest of us living in the real world, we know that real work takes time, and great results begin with steps you often won’t see for some time.

      It took decades for our country to be so screwed up; let’s give our President two terms to bring greatness back. It has already started….tremendously.

      I am so proud of our country right now. More is happening than we have seen in ages, and patriotism is back with a vengeance among some of the strongest and best people I have ever met.

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    • helmhood says:

      “cow-towed”

      Well, certainly a lot of bull.

      (Hint: it’s Kow-towed)

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    • M33 says:

      My 2 cents, you can’t have #2 at all if you don’t have a originalist or textualist majority in the Supreme Court, which Gorsuch has yet to be obviously tested on now that he is there.
      Secondly, if Trump went full-hog on all those traitors as soon as he got in, the ENTIRE uniparty apparatus would have revolted against him, both republicans and democrats, every media outlet and more. Everything, EVERYTHING, would have come to a grinding halt, likely ending in his impeachment and removal from office.
      Imagine if he had gone for it without removing all these leakers??
      You really think he would have made any progress?
      I don’t think so.

      This is a complicated long long game Trump is playing and he knows it.
      He is making strides where he can, but as soon as the way is clear for the Mega-MAGA agenda to materialize, he will move on it immediately.

      Have patience.

      Hey, at least it isn’t Killary in the driver’s seat!

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      • Trumpire says:

        Yes, I’m glad it’s not Hillary.

        I want him to get it together. Deliver on his promises. So far he’s done a lot of good things but, it’s been underwhelming as compared to his promises.

        He’s not a politician and that’s why it doubly important for him to follow through.

        I mean really, that Hawaiian judge? They weren’t expecting that? They didn’t have a plan to tell the judge to fuck off? Well, he should have. Now he’s just a pussy to some judge who thinks he’s president.

        And why is the 9th circuit still not broken apart?

        Jeez, he’s got power it would be nice if he used it – for his base, his voters, his supporters.

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        • M33 says:

          Living in Hawaii myself, I am not surprised at all at the appellate judge’s decision. They are lefter than CA is. And frankly, Team Trump knows this.
          Again, there is a long game here. Trump is a master at coming off “stupid” or “unprepared” to fool the other side into thinking “they have him”. In the end, the trap shuts on them instead.
          We have seen it over and over and over again.
          In fact, Trump himself in Art of the Deal explains this technique.
          The funny thing is.. the other side has EVERY opportunity to read his playbook… and they don’t!

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          • Trumpire says:

            Ok, thanks for your thoughtful reply.

            The – calling everyone a troll comments – are tiring and they only serve make people go elsewhere when they know they won’t be heard but just shut down.

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            • M33 says:

              Don’t let that bother you.
              When I first was on here and I began commenting, I had questions about Trump’s reasoning for not releasing his tax returns.
              Fortunately, now I really don’t care about them, but at the time when I was asking people for clarity, was called “concern troll”.
              I decided to stick it out on here and not let that deter me from participating.
              I understand the reason some here do that, frankly because it is tiring trying to allay people when they can get into a tizzy about something of which frankly none of us have any ability to control.
              And as time as gone on, when I have thought Trump made a questionable decision or statement, I soon learned it was brilliantly played in the end.
              I understood he see the long game on this far better than any of us would.
              He is in the thick of it, but he has selected incredible people to work this system back into the shape it was suppose to be in to begin with.
              Trump is human, of course, and fallible. However, what makes me relax about his decisions is the fact that he is genuine.
              He cares about our country as much as you and I do, and I have no doubt left that he will do his damnedest to make things right in the end.

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            • M33 says:

              And furthermore, the folks at the Treehouse overall are the coolest, smartest, funniest folks I’ve conversed with online. Worth hanging out.

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          • LafnH2O says:

            “Appear weak when you are strong and strong when you are weak…. Attack him when he is unprepared, appear where you are not expected”.

            Sun Tzu “The Art of WAR”

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      • filia.aurea says:

        I don’t think anyone realized just how disgustingly corrupt the Swamp had become.

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        • M33 says:

          I knew it had been for a very very very long time, going back many many generations.
          But, I’ve had little trust of government forever!
          LOL

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          • filia.aurea says:

            I’ve recognized govmnt incompetence for years, and knew of some corruption, but the extent of malfeasance is mind-boggling.

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    • CorwinAmber says:

      can you imagine the number of lawsuits that would have been tossed at the President if he had started off with the Dreamers? It would have made the travel ban kerfuffle look like a picnic in the park. Until he has time to appoint dozens of new judges, he needs to concentrate on what is doable…like the 2 million violent illegal alien criminals who walk amongst us. My deux centimes, FWIW

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      • Kroesus says:

        it was an inconstitutional MEMO issued by Jeh Johnson…..if he was not going to keep his PROMISE to rescind it he could at least STOP issuing the waivers and giving out work permits….they naturally expire every 2 years

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        • CorwinAmber says:

          I hear ya and I don’t disagree with ya…all I know is that it is complicated and, as TR once said, credit goes to the man in the arena while the rest of us watch from the peanut gallery. I’m not happy about the attitude of many of the Dreamers who seem to think they belong here more than we do, but let’s grab the low hanging fruit first.

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      • Summer says:

        Speaking of the new judges…

        A lot of good work is being done that goes unreported. I would also like to hear more about Dr. Carson’s endeavors. I only know that he uncovered tremendous amount of fraud and theft in his Department.

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    • Derek Hagen says:

      Jeez, I love me, who do you love?

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    • CleanhouseinDC says:

      I think folks do see what he has done, but until its you can feel the change and how it impacts you directly, it isn’t real. If you see your new neighbors aren’t from this country, or you are still looking for a job because prosperity hasn’t caught up to where you live, or what you are doing, then nothing has changed. While doing business in a small country outside the US, local elections were decribed as “whose turn was it”?

      I think Trumpire is right, that if feeling the change doesn’t work it’s way out sooner rather than later, POTUS is going to bleed support. This very well may be the plan of the Uniparty, but it doesn’t change that people vote their reality.

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      • Trumpire says:

        Thank you! You get it. You are one of the bright ones.

        I’m trying to save his presidency. Believe me, I’m not alone. We want him to do well. We want him to succeed but I’m not a clapping seal.

        We want results. Trump as CEO wouldn’t put up with this s###.

        Please your base, fulfill your promises to the base and he will be golden.

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        • Rejuvenated says:

          I think the anger needs to be directed at Congress because Trump the President can’t fire the clowns like Trump the CEO could do within his own company if his agenda got stalled. It’s up to us to fire their asses so all anger should be directed at the upcoming elections- not President Trump.

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      • free2313 says:

        Wow! Some of you people think that Trump is some sort of a God. He has been in the Presidency for 6 months and all of the 30+ years of corruption and illegal immigration and drug cartels do their worst, never mind the Islamic Jihadist Terrorist which is a relatively new phenomenon, thus Human President is support to bring America to 1 180 degree turn around.
        Anyone who talks like that is not a true Trump supporters nor a realists…. Major change takes time and needs an excellent replacement…

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        • carrie2 says:

          Free, grow up and give us facts because all you are doing is coughing all the lies you like and nothing of Trump’s background. Your untruths are hurtful to you but not to those of us who know as a real leader before and now. Being so negative will eventually lead to illness. I’ll pray for you and the others who seemingly preferred communism under the DNC/Hillary thingy, but we prefer our Republic and freedom and a great future and our rights as well.

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      • kpm58 says:

        You support President Trump because he has the ideas that you do not have.
        You support President Trump because he has the ability to do what you can not do.
        You support President Trump because you have cold anger that does not run away.

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      • LafnH2O says:

        CLEANHOUSEINDC
        I posted a couple times to Trumpire not long ago, and thoughtlessly did not include you, as I should have.
        I hope you read them.

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    • Running Fast says:

      yawn…

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      • singingsoul says:

        POTUS needs to get his judges confirmed before he can take on dreamers and deportations and all the things. He cannot even get Judges put a stop to people traveling from dangerous countries because the liberal Judges bastardized our constitution.

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    • nuthinmuffin says:

      “Honestly, I figured he was smarter than this. I figured his staff was smarter than this.” you know, i don’t believe anyone has a had a soft coup attempted within the first hundred days, maybe you can enlighten me. otherwise, you need to dial it back. his team is great and they’re fighting subversive imbeds and the media at the same time. now they have to beat down the rino’s in congress. all he has is us and i for one am not going to take your view. long ball game, but having to pound it endlessly to soften them up

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    • True North says:

      Trumpire – You sound like you read Brietbart all day and listen to Mark Levin and such. all the literalness , black and white thinking ,reactive paranoia aside. If you did vote for Trump then you did so without truly listening to him.
      Candidate Trumps Immigration Speech -http://www.cnn.com/videos/politics/2016/08/31/donald-trump-entire-full-immigration-speech-sot.cnn

      “These ten steps, if rigorously followed and enforced, will accomplish more in a matter of months than our politicians have accomplished on this issue in the last fifty years.Because I am not a politician, because I am not beholden to any special interest, I will get this done for you and your family.We will accomplish all of the steps outlined above, and when we do, peace and law and justice and prosperity will prevail. Crime will go down, border crossings will plummet, gangs will disappear, and welfare use will decrease. We will have a peace dividend to spend on rebuilding America, beginning with our inner cities.
      In several years, when we have accomplished all of our enforcement goals – and truly ended illegal immigration for good, including the construction of a great wall, and the establishment of our new lawful immigration system – then and only then will we be in a position to consider the appropriate disposition of those who remain. That discussion can only take place in an atmosphere in which illegal immigration is a memory of the past, allowing us to weigh the different options available based on the new circumstances at the time.”

      Less than 5 months and he is way ahead schedule.

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      • M33 says:

        “So true.” – President Trump

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      • Trumpire says:

        “You sound like you read Brietbart all day and listen to Mark Levin”

        I do neither. And I can’t stand Mark Levin.

        “and such. all the literalness , black and white thinking ,reactive paranoia aside. ”

        Look, your snide comments aside, there are real Trump supporters that heard him promise to end DACA on day one. That’s a fact not paranoia.

        And dismissing real Trump supporters and their concerns – real concerns – is really, really stupid. It makes you feel good but it’s dumb.

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        • Take your Chicken Little act back to your Swamp.

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          • Trumpire says:

            Dude, are you incapable of hearing anything but offends your delicate little ears? Maybe Cuba is a better fit for you.

            I know for a fact that many, many real, true, original supporters of Trump aren’t pleased with the DACA and refugee situation.

            The only reason I’m posting is because I want Trump’s people to get it, and to get on it soon. Otherwise he’s heading for a disaster.

            People, voters came out of the woodwork when Trump took on the immigration issue. They will recede if he doesn’t keep his word.

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            • telerider says:

              So how many cities are you willing to let burn because he is not on your schedule? That is exactly what would happen. The reality is that this must be a somewhat slow, legal and surgical operation until the masses of illegals finally see the writing on the “wall” l and more or less leave peacefully. Isn’t that a better outcome for everyone? Please note that alot of the whining about the “Wall” has quieted way down. Me, I’m voting Trump! MAGA

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            • Poco Loco says:

              I’m willing to give the Trump administration a year to accomplish America First immigration, tax and health insurance reform. The problem in Washington is the Uniparty obstruction to draining the swamp and passing meaningful legislation. The rot in DC has been growing since FDR and the progressives have had over a 100 years to screw American business and workers. Trump now has his full cabinet in place and the pros will be implementing the MAGA plan in each department. Let the Boss do his magic. We should be focused on getting rid of the RINOs and destroying the Democrats in 2018.

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        • snaggletooths says:

          Kelly just today said congress needs to do their Job they need to pass some legislation

          April 2017
          MACCALLUM: Attorney General Sessions, in terms of DACA in the broad picture, does it change under this administration? Are you going to continue to honor DACA or should people expect that it will not be honored?

          SESSIONS: You know, I’ve made my position clear over the years. Actually, as to the legality of the President’s order, one of the orders has already been struck down. But look, what we got to do and what the general has to do, is to deploy his resources at the most important areas. And as you heard President Trump say, “We’re focusing in on criminal people that are here, people who have gotten into violation of the law, and who have otherwise present a threat to the United States. That’s who we’re focusing on now.

          MACCALLUM: All right. So, in other words, people who are here undocumented, but who are not breaking a law besides that, can they expect to be untouched?

          SESSIONS: Well, what I would say, the only thing I can say is what the law says. If you entered this country unlawfully, you’re subject to being deported. General Kelly and I are prosecutors, we’ll be focusing on the top priorities first. That’s what we’re going to do.

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          • LafnH2O says:

            “Subject to” has many possible definitions… including “Dependent or
            Conditional upon….” and
            “Likely or prone to being affected by…”

            Wiggle room..

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        • please post the reverent video Or transcript of Him saying DACA on day one..

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          • Trumpire says:

            Trump said:

            “We will immediately terminate President Obama’s two illegal executive amnesties” –

            Candidate Trump correctly said it was illegal for Obama to do this. It has no basis in law. Six months is not immediately.

            ““We will immediately terminate President Obama’s two illegal executive amnesties, in which he defied federal law and the constitution to give amnesty to approximately 5 million illegal immigrants,” Trump said during a speech in Phoenix in August. “In a Trump Administration, all immigration laws will be enforced. As with any law enforcement activity, we will set priorities. But, unlike this Administration, no one will be immune or exempt from enforcement — and ICE and Border Patrol officers will be allowed to do their jobs.”

            http://dailycaller.com/2017/04/21/candidate-trump-promised-to-terminate-daca-president-trump-says-dreamers-should-rest-easy/#ixzz4evs9OFV9

            Trump said he would rescind Obama’s illegal executive orders on immigration.

            Donald Trump opposed DACA and DAPA and called Obama’s executive orders on DACA and DAPA “one of the most unconstitutional actions ever undertaken by a President.”

            https://ballotpedia.org/Donald_Trump_presidential_campaign,_2016/DACA_and_DAPA

            After the United States Supreme Court blocked President Obama from implementing his Immigration Accountability Executive Actions on June 23, 2016, Donald Trump tweeted: “SC has kept us safe from exec amnesty–for now. But Hillary has pledged to expand it, taking jobs from Hispanic & African-American workers.”[3] He also issued the following statement: “Today’s 4-4 Supreme Court ruling has blocked one of the most unconstitutional actions ever undertaken by a President. The executive amnesty from President Obama wiped away the immigration rules written by Congress, giving work permits and entitlement benefits to people illegally in the country. This split decision also makes clear what is at stake in November. The election, and the Supreme Court appointments that come with it will decide whether or not we have a border and, hence, a country. Clinton has pledged to expand Obama’s executive amnesty, hurting poor African-American and Hispanic workers by giving away their jobs and federal resources to illegal immigrant labor – while making us all less safe. It is time to protect our country and Make America Safe Again and Great Again for everyone.”[

            In August 2015, Trump said that he would rescind President Obama’s Immigration Accountability Executive Actions, which proposed extending DACA and creating DAPA. During an interview with Chuck Todd, host of NBC’s “Meet the Press,” Trump said, “We have to make a whole new set of standards. And when people come in, they have to come in…” Todd then interrupted Trump, asking, “You’re going to split up families. You’re going to deport children.” Trump replied, “Chuck — no, no. No, we’re going to keep the families together. We have to keep the families together.” Todd then asked, “But you’re going to kick them out?” Trump replied, “They have to go.” Todd then asked, “What if they have no place to go?” Trump said, “We will work with them. They have to go. Chuck, we either have a country or we don’t have a country. Either we have a country or not.”

            More history on the topic.
            https://ballotpedia.org/2016_presidential_candidates_on_DACA_and_DAPA

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            • Thank you for ID’ing the correct source. As you well know by now, “It’s a complicated business” , Thus the “Long Game” .. As another had said, IF Mr. Trump actually did this, Cities would be burning.. We cannot have that.. Current “Protests” & Rioting is just enough to ensure US Patriots will have a YUGE advantage going into the 2018 &2020 Election Cycle(s).. Here in My Hometown, Our Local “MugShots” have Captured Illegals, ICE Holds, to be DEPORTED, 1000X MORE I’ve seen in like,, 8 years! Please Be Patient 😉

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        • True North says:

          ‘real trump supporters ?” you unravel so easily .
          I posted the factual promise he made to his supporters and for that matter all voters on immigration and DACA. I am sorry you seem unable to grasp what he is saying , but your lack of doing so in no way changes that his platform is in black and white to read.
          If you are a sincere supporter of this president’s immigration agenda then there is no way after a short five months , in light of factual positive outcomes across the board , you could be so , so , so concerned. Perhaps you have another agenda?

          Immigration reform , and the issues of Dreamers are complex at best and politically navigating liberal , legal court land mines. All that said , allow the administration respect and breath considering the man just today got his entire cabinet seated! President Trump always has stated his goal on the big picture in regards to immigration reform and border security . There is no rationale for him to change his agenda . But President Trump lives in the REAL WORLD . Do you imagine after the liberal courts blocked his refugee /travel ban , that he could unilaterally revoke DACA at this moment?

          This moment is not the end game ….you should be intellectually honest enough to recognize that point. President Trump started pushed 100 feet underground , and dirt is continually being heaped upon him even by his own party .
          Try to stop kicking dirt over him so prematurely in this battle.

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    • Fe says:

      Seriously Dude you need to take your BS elsewhere.

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    • coltlending says:

      So if you could pull Trump off the field as it were, who would you put in his place at this juncture?

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    • LafnH2O says:

      With an attitude like that, I doubt any Trump supporters are ur friends.
      Hagiographists… Authors of a worshipful or idealizing biography.

      That’s us fellow Treepers.
      Makin it up as we go along.
      Pure fiction.
      No basis in reality.

      I have to give ya credit though, Trumpire…
      Catchy tag by the way…

      Hagiographists..
      45points.. Great Scrabble score.

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    • teapartyson says:

      I work for a small business that always gets H1 Personnel to fill spots. By now there would be a dozen and we have none yet which forced owner to hire American. Waiting for Rebuttal

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      • Trumpire says:

        Great! Glad to hear it.

        Now if taxpayers could not have to pay for food, medical, housing, schooling for the other 60 million illegals still here we’d really be doing well.

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        • LafnH2O says:

          Ok, I’ll acquiesce.
          We get that DACA seems to be a primary concern. Believe me, it is shared by MANY here.
          I personally, if I had one, would have waved my majic wand and the freeloaders would have been gone! G O N E … buh bye!!
          But alas, manic wands seem to be in short supply.
          That being said, none of us has the info or the talents the President has. After all, he IS the President!! Against all odds.
          Whether a 1st day promise or otherwise…. DACA is the Holy Grail for the left. It was to be such a large portion of their ongoing voter base, losing it would mean certain doom. Kaput.
          DO you believe that you could have ended DACA on day 1, or any day since, when upon arriving in the Whitehouse you realized that no one, I repeat no one, would support it. Not the Democrats, or the Republicans (Your own party, many of which rode your coattails to the very power and position they now hold), not the judiciary, not Govenors, nor Mayors, nor Law Enforcement or City Councel Persons… .No one! Zero!
          Long odds indeed!!
          If you have a way to do that..
          DO tell

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        • LafnH2O says:

          I would like to offer some hope…

          In my home town, a friend could not get an appointment at the local Social Services office in a timely manner.
          The appointment schedule and waiting areas were always full of ummm, others!! No Hablo Ingles types.
          Because of her health just walking in and standing around for hours upon hours, filling out form 1, stand in line 6, only to be told she should have been in line12, was impossible. You know the drill, I’m sure.
          There was a recent “Raid” by ICE and local authorities not long ago. Then the announcement by Texas of their Sept 1st date for enforcement of a ban of Sanctuary Cities. Then another MS-13 “RAID”.
          MY POINT…
          She can now go in anytime because the appointment schedule has opened up. The waiting area is quiet. Apartment complexes that were for “Income restricted” folks, started advertising; local shops and home builders were looking to hire, and more.
          It is happening. Slow, yes.
          I also have friends and aqaintences, who are here legally. Many dislike the illegals more than you might expect. But, they live among them, and need to be careful. That should be of some comfort.
          As the Trump train moves faster and faster, the results you desire will become more evident.
          Once the Presidents supporters reach critical mass….

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    • dizzymissl says:

      OK, vote for the Dem or GOPe next time and see what happens. 🙄🙄🙄🙄

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    • carrie2 says:

      Sad that you are not aware of his long agenda and will get around more as time goes by.
      He has accomplished so much in the last 5 months and nothing like for decades. Why not contact him at http://www.whitehouse.gov/contact#page and any suggestions or ideas. This is the first time in my lifetime that we have a direct community with our leader and today was a super great day but the fabricated news are upset and angry that he and his cabinet have been so successful and all with very successful men and women. America is a BIG business and now we have a businessman and not a politician giving away or selling away our country. WE must work with him to drain swamps and especially our own elected/hired Congress members who do not wan to lose their benefits, corporate paid positions or their honeypots of outside money. This means removing all or nearly all, limiting terms say to 2 3yr terms, removing all benefits/perks, set an age limit, as currently the medium age in Congress is 76, way to old to be there and some already with dementia, ditto the Supreme Court!) and no longer than age 72 but if seeing dementia they must be removed. We need to severely and extremely vet candidates who will be told they will fulfill their oath and promises or be immediately removed and no waiting for recalls nor not being re-elected when the cure must be immediate and not delayed. We have some who are more democrat than republican in both Houses and they need to be removed, and we know who they are! Best would be to have the back in their own states/cities and save big bucks not having them live in DC, reduce assistants to 2 as it is their job to read everything and not a clerk’s job (ditto the Supreme Court), and do all Congress business via today’s electronics rather than living and lying, cheating and ripping us off at a distance. Save money in renting, leasing or selling the then vacant buildings, no junkets on our money, no further benefits/perks or high salaries with salary increases yearly, no fancy parties or expensive restaurant bills we pay, and much more. Trump will gradually reduce thousands more of DC employees again empty buildings, huge savings. We must remove ALL public unions as soon as possible as I know from experience they are vicious and think only of money, money, money and bonuses on top. I know this a long blog but time to face reality and know we have to help our President and his Cabinet to accomplish ALL we want done and Congress needs to stop blocking or changing his bills, and support him or else!

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      • Trumpire says:

        Another thoughtful reply. Thanks.

        Yes, he’s done a lot of great things. I’m still a yuge supporter. I’m a friend not foe.

        I will be the squeaky wheel, on occasion, if that’s what it takes to not lose these voters long term. They are real. They have real lives living with these issues. It’s not a joke.

        I’ve seen over, and over again people who truly are Trump supporters asking what’s up with DACA and the refugees and they get slammed.

        You are so polite that I’ll try to raise my patience level but they need to stop with the Dreamer amnesty trial balloons. It’s not helpful.

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      • CleanhouseinDC says:

        The problem is that POTUS will be BLAMED when the Congress doesn’t deliver, the buck will stop with him.

        The Dems will simply go into the “he can’t govern” mantra when nothing is getting done (see Pelosi’s comments today?). The Republicans are slow rolling as much as they can, realizing that they have to slow down POTUS’ agenda to break him from all of us who voted for him.

        If you didn’t have a job last summer, and you don’t have one today, the Adminstration’s focus on jobs won’t matter. You are still not working. If POTUS says it’s about Americas First, and as houses are sold in your neighborhood and your new neighbors aren’t American’s, America First is just another slogan.

        While it’s easy for everyone here to say be patient, lots of folks not here, who voted for the guy who said he would get things done and done fast, just might not be so patient. And remember, it is a small community here. Lots of folks don’t want to be deep I. The weeds on this stuff, they just want to live their lives, The Repubs (and POTUS by association), are at risk of giving up seats if they don’t deliver. Timeframe is not a measurement that people care about, results THAT PEOPLE CAN FEEL are what matter, and are going to make or break 2018.

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        • Poco Loco says:

          The Uniparty congress and the Deep State needs to be Trumped! We can help MAGA by supporting like minded congressional candidates to run against the imbedded political hacks who are all owned and operated by K Street and the CoC. Trump needs to boldly clean house in the Administrative agencies and dump 25% of the Federal work force. Lots of multitasking required to drain the swamp and rebuild the country! Rome wasn’t built in a day and D.C. won’t be re built in a year.

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    • M33 says:

      Just to lighten the mood on this thread, I found this and thought it was funny:

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    • Over on Watts-Up-With-That, an excellent article about the effect President Trump has had on various world leaders. Especially noted was Canada’s Justin Trudeau, who has actually grown a pair, and stood up to Angela Merkel about the upcoming G20 summit.

      https://wattsupwiththat.com/2017/06/12/standing-up-to-the-g-7-climate-bully/
      [excerpt]
      German Chancellor Angela Merkel had actually thought that Canada’s young, charismatic prime minister, Justin Trudeau, could be counted among her reliable partners. Particularly when it came to climate policy. Just two weeks ago, at the G-7 summit in Sicily, he had thrown his support behind Germany. When Merkel took a confrontational approach to U.S. President Donald Trump, Trudeau was at her side.

      But by Tuesday evening, things had changed. At 8 p.m., Merkel called Trudeau to talk about how to proceed following Trump’s announced withdrawal from the Paris climate agreement. To her surprise, the Canadian prime minister was no longer on the attack. He had switched to appeasement instead.

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    • xyzlatin says:

      I appreciate your anger that everything has not gone to the timetable or quite in the way you and Pres Trump wanted it to. Even when a real dictator (such as Erdogan) comes to power, it takes them awhile to change the system and they usually end up shooting people to do it, which is not an option for Pres Trump. My opinion is that he has done an amazing job so far.
      Are there still swamp creatures? yes. Has he made mistakes? yes. I think the worst one is appointing an Obama appointee to run the Border patrol. That man is violating the trust given him because they are apparently still in some sections doing catch and release.

      But then, he appointed an Obama appointee to run the Veterans and that seems to be working ok. I get annoyed that Sessions is not arresting everyone in the previous regime, but Sessions has just cut off funding to all those leftie groups which will start to tell. There are a lot of things that Pres Trump has put in motion that take time to show results (such as getting rid of two old regulations for every new one).

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      • xyzlatin says:

        And also he put his trust in Comey to do an impartial job and was stabbed in the back by him. (However Comey did have a reputation for even handedness because Bush appointed him too, so Trump’s trust was understandable. Fortunately his b/s detector switched on and he called his bluff, but still, a lot of damage has been done for months to Trump.)

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        • ladypenquin says:

          Actually, Trump knew in advance Comey wasn’t trustworthy. Timeline goes way back to the first couple of months in office and before. Trump just laid the trap for Comey.

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      • Trumpire says:

        Yeah, I’ve cooled off somewhat.

        Regrouping, recommitting time.

        Still expect promises to be kept though – at least long term.

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        • Remember a Quote from President Trump, Trumpwire..??
          Draining the Swamp; It’s a Complicated Business Folks..
          Think the “Long Game”..
          Muck, Swamp Grass, & numerous Swamp creatures are plugging the Swamp Drain up..
          President Trump has too use the Plunger & Roto-Rooter now & then to Help with the Draining..

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        • ladypenquin says:

          Then give him the long term and the benefit of the doubt. My husband and I didn’t become politically aware until 2008. It’s incredible what we learned about the corruption of principles of our Party (in our case the GOP). What Trump is dealing with took decades, really almost 100 years in the making – go back to Woodrow Wilson, then hit the 30’s etc. etc.

          He is fighting on all fronts. Germany lost WWll when they opened up the Eastern Front. I’m just saying I don’t give a d**m if he doesn’t do one more thing, which of course, isn’t going to be the case, because there will be a civil war before we give in this time… but the fact that it’s not Hillary in that White House lets me sleep EVERY night. During the Obama years, sleepless nights and woke up to miserable days, because he intentionally, deliberately and with malice aforethought sought to bring down (AND nearly succeeded) the very foundation of this country. BTW, I’ve lived many decades, and the day after Obama my best friend and I cried all day and were weepy for weeks afterwards. That’s how adversely it affected us. We knew what was coming… though honestly, I never anticipated he would turn out to be the most hateful, anti-American ever in the WH.

          I count my blessings – Hillary Clinton is not in the White House, Trump has chosen good men and women to fill his cabinet, and if I don’t live another day, at least I’ve had trust restored that there are still moral and decent people in this world. At the TreeHouse and in the WhiteHouse.

          Turn your anger into something productive, but don’t direct it at Donald Trump. He deserves no anger, not one bit from any one of us. He made promises and will do what he can to fulfill them. It’s us who have to be his army. I’ve said that he is the George Washington we needed; well General Washington had only a small group of ragtag folks to actually fight the WAR. I’m never going to blame Trump for any failure on our part.

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          • Trumpire says:

            I’ve been politically aware since Reagan. It’s been a long, long slog.

            I’m thankful we finally got somebody like Trump.

            Amnesty of any kind is a deal killer. That’s goes for dreamers too. That’s just a fact.

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        • LafnH2O says:

          Trumpire,
          I posted to one of your posts upthread, or maybe it was down thread, dunno.
          I hope you read it.
          The Treehouse takes some gettin used to. Believe me.
          And, I to!!
          I especially get defensive when it comes to my President.
          We’ve been taking a lot of flak here, I personally have gone to friend or foe mode.
          If I misjudged you, I apologize.
          If not, incoming!! Lol

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          • Trumpire says:

            Oh, I knew what I was in for here. 99% of the time I’m glad this place is Trump Central.

            As I said, I will be the squeaky wheel occasionally to make sure that those original Trump supporters (immigration #1 issue) are not forgotten or marginalized. And I imagine Trump would be bored by clapping seals.

            I don’t take offense at anyone here personally. I can take it. You were at least amusing.

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    • Ned says:

      Trump has to END DACA. It’s a policy not a LAW.
      I think he was postponing the end of it to soften DEMS up and use it as a bargaining chip for REAL immigration reform. For example END chain migration and base immigration on MERIT and education. Surely he must realize that DEMS will OBSTRUCT and REJECT everything Trump wants to do. Even Trump’s infrastructure $pending ins being rejecting with Dems and initially they were warming up to it.

      Catch and release MUST END. Immediately deport them. When here illegally they have no Constitutional rights. I fail to see where s judge is needed. DEPORT. Don’t get me started on illegal immigration. I want them ALL out and NO MORE REFUGEES.

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  19. Xroads says:

    Who was the guy that commented that he hadn’t been traveling internationally, but had just been to Mississippi? That cracked everybody up😁

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    • quintrillion says:

      Sonny Perdue, Secretary of Agriculture….great talent……..God Bless them All.

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    • carrie2 says:

      Actually having listened to several on the Spicer presser, many have a great sense of humor, especially Wilbur Ross, and even Spicer and Sarah. A delight to have listened to them explain their role in the Cabinet on the Spicer presser and answer questions for the not so bright press in attendance. Didn’t see this with Josh or anyone else during those 8 miserable years. Trump is an up person and his appointees and workers catch that and are upbeat while working hard and overtime to MAGA. We have been blessed by God to have a non-politician with worlds of experience and knows how DC works (altho many think he doesn’t, say like Ryan, who needs to be removed since he has never liked Trump and we don’t like Ryan) and leads them along and then “deals” with them. He knew Comey was not a great employee because he had already investigated him but needed to play him along until crap and lies kept coming from Comey. Love how Comey just admitted he committed a felony with releasing the FBI file of his notes, and hence is open to treason as well. What bothers me is that the intelligence committee (some have intelligence and others do not and they became obvious in the questions and questioners) knew for many months that there was no Trump-Russian connection, but have not called Hillary in because they know she was and deeply to the point of selling our uranium to Russia. Yep we have a lot of swamps to drain but it will get done bit by bit or as the Chinese saying goes ” you make a journey one step at a time”.

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  20. Is there a grade better than A+, if so, the Trump Team deserves it? WOW, what a blessing!

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  21. tonyE says:

    You know, that looks like a bunch of Alpha males and females.

    You got your Alpha Plus Plus Pluses… and then you got your Alpha Plus Pluses…

    Hmm… the kind of set up where the boss tells the underling to do something, no detais of the implementation are needed, come back you need a signature, more money or someone is blocking you and needs to be fired.

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  22. fangdog says:

    What would you be saying right now had Hillary been elected? Who is the “man” you hope would be doing better at this juncture?

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  23. notasmidgeon says:

    Notice how our President often times said “we” and named accomplishments made by the cabinet instead of I and Me?

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  24. True North says:

    Wow! I mean just WOW!
    What a relief it is to see and listen to adults around the table . No more lecturing academics and ideologues who meet to plan other meeting to discuss commissions to be set up to meet to lecture and toil away their time!
    This is what the media has worked so hard to keep from the American People.I ask each of you to spread this video on all social platforms and reference it when email or calls to elected officials. Shame them as to why they have Republican by their name yet are not out championing what was clearly evident in that half hour presentation on video. When you post the link to the video caption a phrase that would entice viewing it in its entirety . Post on non traditional right blogs and challenge them to watch as they claim the President’s agenda has not done anything nor promised kept .

    The time has come …..Offense!

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  25. freddy says:

    Jeff Sessions is a big hero for me cause he is the common sense guy…I pray he does not cower in any way and attacks these freaks like Warner. Never in history has such a ruse been perpetuated against anyone and helped along by the GOP. I pray he comes out fighting cause we can’t have a wounded AG. He either has to use the flame thrower on these hyenas or move out of the way…. No more Trump people can allow Schumer to cower them. No more recusals …The big fight is here now and the real plant to take the impeachment further is Mueller and he’s a big dog. We need a big dog to fight him . He’s not there to be fair he’s the closer to seal Trumps fate………….

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  26. alliwantissometruth says:

    Hey wait a minute, where’s the Muslim Brotherhood representative, & the radical illegal alien & transgendered reps? What happened to all the social justice members? No radical leftist professors in the bunch? It looks like the only people being represented are American citizens…

    Oh wait, we had an election, never mind

    Seriously, what a freaking joke our government (outside of the White House) is. Six months before President Trump can sit down with a full cabinet

    Now I hear some democrat AG’s in two (I think) states are filing lawsuits against him, something about obstruction of justice regarding business dealings. I read about it on numerous sites but don’t have the time to find them right now. I hope it’s OK to bring it up here

    Anyway, President Trump sits at the helm ready to put the people back in business, & these filthy, do nothing, game playing obstructionists we pay to “lead” us continue to do nothing but try to stop the country from moving forward

    There ought to be a law

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    • Fe says:

      Where were those jackwagons liberal AGs over the last 2-1/2 years? If there were any business matters involving obstruction, that would’ve come up long ago before the election. The left and Hillary’s evil people pulled every dirty trick in the book at him. This is a nothingburger, pure unadulterated BS.

      Moving on…,

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    • El Torito says:

      Actually, we vote for these bastards to represent us. Scumbags.

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  27. Trumpfan1 says:

    Jeff session appears. Sit directly opposie trump.

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  28. quintrillion says:

    So grateful to have been following every swearing-in of This wonderful MAGA Cabinet PDJT has assembled because as they went around the table I knew each and every one and their enormous mission each has taken on. President Trump will demand results I pray they will all live up to his very high standards. Thank God they will work as a team and have plenty of support from millions of the deplorables and the Executive branch. Congress & Justice needs to get on the Trump Train or get run over.

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  29. MOA says:

    Is change even possible when the establishment won’t accept it?
    Now, the second Appeals Court rejection of the President’s clear Constitutional power to determine who enters the US.

    The judicial establishment at Appeals Court level are telling us no matter who or what we vote for it can be circumvented by decree.

    If these boys want to make police they should stand for election to the House or Senate.

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  30. Keln says:

    I’ve followed politics since I was a kid, and I think this is the first time I’ve known pretty much who every person is in a cabinet. With the exception of a few “meh” types in relatively unimportant positions, this is one heck of a team the President has put together.

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    • theresanne says:

      My husband and I said the same thing. As they went around the table we said their names out loud before they identified themselves. What a hoot! President Trump is so magnificent even his cabinet meetings are must-watch Youtube videos (we don’t have cable/broadcast TV thank God.) A room full of Giants!

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  31. Ron says:

    They slow walked every confirmation, wayyyy past the point of ridicule.

    They lined up the entire media, and the entire Washington DC apparatus against him, every second of every day is spent attacking the man.

    They’ve attacked his entire family, even his pre-teen son.

    All to stop the inevitable.

    President Trump is going to change the world.

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  32. fedback says:

    Robert Lighthizer: ‘I apologize for being late for work’. saying that he was delayed four months by the swamp the President is trying to clean up

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  33. WOW what a group, they just exhume confidence. I enjoyed listening and I feel like these individuals are committed to serving our President and supporting his agenda. I think most if not all of them realize what a truly historic time this is for our country. The direction of the country must change or we will lose our democracy.

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  34. coltlending says:

    The Boss

    At this point anyone Democrat, RINO or otherwise that doesn’t give this man a chance to govern, is despicable.

    He has been duly elected and he has a right to succeseed or fall on the merits of his leadership.

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  35. HolyLoly says:

    It was great to hear from Governor Perry and his determination to make clear the U.S. will not be reentering the Paris Agreement. He was gloating while he spoke.

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  36. Running Fast says:

    Headline for MSM tomorrow… “Racist Trump Cabinet Insults Mississippi”

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  37. A truly reassuring sight. The fact that it took half a year for the president to get his entire cabinet confirmed is just shameful.

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  38. gary says:

    A number of us are nervous about Pence, if Trump is removed from office , and Pence becomes president, all the Swamp People will rejoice. The Dems will be happy. Ryan will be happy. The lobbyists will be happy. Globalists will be happy. Muslims will be happy. Terrorists will be happy. MSM will be happy. The late night shows will be happy.

    We sort of know why Trump picked Pence, but Pence supported Ted Cruz until Pence realized Ted could not win.

    I get a snake oil feeling when Pence speaks, like he is not actually truthful and is a phony. There are religious types that are sincere and some that are using the cover of religiousness like a wolf in sheep clothing.

    Pence could be Brutus. Any one else getting a foreboding about Pence too.

    I share this out of concern for our President. I want supportive people around him.

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    • Martin says:

      Trump will not be removed from office. lol

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    • gary says:

      I got it. Pence reminds me of Ted Cruz, that “fake religious talk” , like a used car salesman. There is something about both their faces , it is hard to describe, but some satire cartoons about Ted Cruz seem to understand the gut feeling I get when I see and listen to Ted Cruz, Pence has that same quality (but a little more polished).

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      • gary says:

        I am not a troll, but I understand you have that feeling about my post. I am sharing my concern because I voted for Trump, and love Trump and don’t want him to be betrayed. Maybe I shouldn’t share my fear, this might not be the right place.

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        • Stop whining.
          Man up and make a contribution.

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        • citizen817 says:

          Gary, Weren’t you saying the same thing about Preibus a month or so ago.

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        • deanbrh says:

          Gary, maybe there isn’t a “right place.” But you are not alone. Pence is the ultimate “nice guy”, and you may have been one of the many “burned” by someone you thought a “nice guy”. I know I revered Mitt Romney, thought him the ultimate “nice guy”. Then he gave his 17 minute tirade against Trump. Remembering it still sickens me. AND makes me seriously doubt my once sterling ability to read people. Still, I have zero doubt about President Trump, from the day he announced. Maybe that’s because he is not a “nice guy”. What you see is what you get! Often when people complain the President is “not presidential”, I know in my heart they think they want a “nice guy” like Mitt Romney, the passsive aggressive narcissist with a noodle-spine, a limp hand shake and a jello brain.

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    • El Torito says:

      Turn off the TV and most of your concern will disappear. When we Elected DJT, WE declared war on an enemy that is organized, well funded and entrenched. It may never end. Nothing to do but keep fighting my friend.

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    • Disgusted says:

      Yes, I share some of your worry. No vice pres ever before was such a self promoter. I didn’t like it, right during the heaviest crap from dems. He wanted to keep himself out in front, but here’s how I see it now: If DJT didn’t want him doing that he would stop him.

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    • LafnH2O says:

      Here we go again..

      Could we just put a really big troll zapper out front the TreeHouse?

      Probably be pricey, but sure would save a lot of time.

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    • MaineCoon says:

      I concur with BKr’s comment. Stop whining!

      I’m so tired of the endless character assassinations. Endless whining about Pence.

      President Trump picked every person at that table. He’s a big boy, Gary.

      Man up.

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    • maiingankwe says:

      You seriously believe they won’t do everything they can to take Pence out? Just look and see who would replace Pence, there is your answer.

      I didn’t like Pence whatsoever in the beginning, but I did trust our President Trump knew what he was doing. Now, I am ever so impressed with VP Pence and how well he speaks and stands up for our President.

      VP Pence is everywhere and working so hard to MAGA. I am proud of his hard work, and I am proud of how well he stands for all of us, especially our military.

      I’m sorry, but I no longer see what you do. Our VP has shown us through his actions and not just words on how he is committed to our President and country. I think his actions should be taken into consideration. It’s been a long time since we’ve had a VP that was so involved with so many parts of MAGA.

      Oh, and I also believe we all have a right here to speak our minds. I may not agree with you, but to me that is okay. I’m sure there are many other things we can agree on. However, I do hope you can look over what he has done rather than just what he has said.
      Be well,
      Ma’iingankwe

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    • kpm58 says:

      You also need to support the people around President Trump. And support the decisions President Trump made in picking these people.
      Your concern means nothing. It is of no value.
      Your support is valuable. And does mean something.

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  39. citizen817 says:

    I don’t know why so many people on here feel that Pence is part of the DC swamp. Is it because he served 12 years in Congress. Maybe he left Congress to run for Governor because he was sick and tired of seeing the country not being run properly. Possibly being in the muck of the dirty corrupt UniParty, with their kabuki theater and gridlock, was a turnoff. 12 yrs in Congress hardly makes you a swamp critter. When Pence became Governor, he initiated the largest tax cut in Indiana history, pushed for more education initiative funding, and signed bills restricting abortion. Je also signed a Religious Freedom Restoration Act. Doesn’t sound like swamp to me.
    I implicitly trust PDJT in 90% of his cabinet picks, and most certainly Pence as VP. Do you not think our President thought this out very carefully before choosing him. He actually is/was a great pick. He is getting on the job training, which will serve him well in continuing President Trump’s agenda and legacy; when he runs for President in 2024.

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    • Shadrach says:

      I’d guess it’s round 543 of “try to take the President’s staff and supporters down”

      I thought they were on Sessions this week, but I must not be up to date (rolled eyes)

      Pence is a solid #2. Doesn’t really seem like the makings of a #1 to me yet, which is kind of a pity. Maybe he’ll grow into it in 8 years 🙂

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    • dobbsfan says:

      Thank you. Completely agree.

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  40. Nigella says:

    Mueller is hiring all Dems including someone who worked on Hillary’s legal team? Seriously? I have a bad feeling about this…

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    • maiingankwe says:

      Nigella,
      Wow, now that is such a slap in the face having one of the hag’s lawyers.

      I was so willing to give mueller the benefit of the doubt, but it just seems to be getting worse and worse and so blatantly disrespectful in my opinion.
      Thank you for the information.
      Be well,
      Ma’iingankwe

      Hey, do you think they are doing this, all dems and the hag’s lawyer just to see how far they can push our President? To see if our President will let mueller go and then all heck break loose with schumer, pelosi, and the rest of them going bonkers in front of the cameras and the miserable msm? Just a thought since any honest and fair person can see how biased and one-sided this will become.

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    • deanbrh says:

      God forbid that you should be “concerned”!

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  41. WeeWeed says:

    Kinda reminds me of all the lawsuits that immediately popped up against Sarah Palin – remember that?? The vipers have discovered that lawsuits tie everyone up.

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  42. Shadrach says:

    Bwah hah hah Jared is sitting right next to Steve Bannon in the chairs behind the table. Another media narrative gone sideways.

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  43. ladypenquin says:

    Anyone notice what’s missing from the Cabinet meeting of President Trump? Shysters, scammers, liars, and token position holders. These are real men and women who have the country’s best interests at heart.

    In the meantime, sick, miserable Chucky Schumer held a “little” cabinet meeting at a rectangle table with 3 millennials, mocking Trump’s Cabinet meeting. It showed what a small, small, small man Schumer is. It it came across my twitter feed, but I won’t sully this thread with it.

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  44. Aintree77 says:

    At the Cabinet table, Mad Dog Mattis is always sitting where he should be in a prominent place next to Trump with Rex on his other wing. In Canada, I noticed that their Defense Minister is appx. the 12th most important minister in Justin’s cabinet behind the Minister of the Environment and Climate Change, the Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship, the Minister of Canadian Heritage, the Ministry of Indigenous and Northern Affairs and the other 9 or ten gov’t ministries considered more important than defense because the U.S.A. can be relied upon to defend North America from any serious threats. Canada contributes the least to NATO of all countries.

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  45. maiingankwe says:

    This is the very first time I have ever looked at a President and his cabinet all together and think, my goodness, look at all of those brilliant people! All of those great minds working for all of us.

    I’m kinda at a loss for words to express how I feel. I do know proud is one of them though. It kinda humbles me too knowing they are working their bums off not only for our President, but every single American.

    We so have this good Treepers, we do.
    Be well and keep the faith,
    Ma’iingankwe

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  46. jdondet says:

    That is the knuckleheads in the GOP why this happening in June instead of last February.

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  47. William Ford says:

    Leader McConnell (ha leader) allowed Dems to slow walk confirmations. He could have kept initiating rule changes to force votes and speed things up but he didn’t. Many in GOP establishment want Trump to fail and be gone after 1 term. They don’t care if they lose the majority for a 4 year period. These people all think they will be there 40 years.

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  48. Dora says:

    This man is so nasty that I don’t know how he lives with himself.

    ====

    Schumer parodies Trump’s praise-filled Cabinet meeting

    http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/schumer-parodies-trumps-praise-filled-cabinet-meeting/ar-BBCzAQS?ocid=LENOVOSIGDHP17

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    • wheatietoo says:

      There was a guy on the Team named…’Urban Shocker’?
      Heh. I didn’t know that.

      Great Team. Champions…like the cabinet that Pres Trump has put together.

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  49. wheatietoo says:

    Best Cabinet Ever!

    What a novel idea…assembling a cabinet of Leaders.
    Assembling this group of Leaders is a testament to the brilliance of Our President.

    He is not in the slightest bit intimidated…by the heady atmosphere of having so many leadership-skilled people gathered together.
    Instead, he clearly enjoys it.

    I was struck by the seating…
    SecState and SecDef are seated on either side of Pres Trump.
    Next are SecInterior and SecCommerce.

    These four – Interior, Foreign Policy, Defense, Commerce – are the core of Pres Trump’s ‘builder’ agenda.
    They represent the building blocks of making this country strong again, safe again, energy-independent and prosperous again.

    I enjoyed watching T-Rex, at the President’s right.
    Sec Tillerson looked like his thoughts were elsewhere…on some matter of State, I suspect, that was tugging at his brain.
    But he dutifully monitored the meeting at hand, following what was being said.
    The consummate executive.

    Seeing Gen Mattis is always a treat.
    He looked like he was ‘at ease’…but maintaining an attitude of military readiness, which has become second nature to him after a lifetime of service.
    It was cool the way he seemed to be mindful of every word, every nuance, of what his Commander in Chief was saying.

    The Secret Service can take a break, when our SecDef is at the side of Our President…for I cannot imagine any threat being successful when Mad Dog is there.

    Then there was Sec Zinke, sitting to the right of Tillerson.
    Our Interior Secretary looked like his thoughts were drifting to some far reaches of the vast lands that he has been given the job of watching over.
    Zinke rarely sits at his desk…and has been the most hands-on SecInterior I have ever seen.
    But he didn’t fidget.
    Like T-Rex, Zinke was monitoring the meeting, taking notes on what his President was saying.

    Another reason why the Secret Service could take a break…having a SEAL Commander in the room, along with Gen Mattis.

    Sec Wilburine seated beside Sec Mattis, was looking like he was enjoying the meeting.
    Always a pleasure to watch him.
    He looked amused…as if he was privy to some inside joke that only he and PDJT shared privately.
    I loved hearing him report on how he had been telling the representative of other Countries, that…”The free ride is over!”
    Haaaa.

    I found myself wanting more, when the video was over.

    It would be great to be able to watch what happened after the media scum was kicked out of the room.
    But alas…I realize that such things are best kept private, to let our assembly of leaders get in a huddle and plan out their next moves.

    Best President ever…has assembled the Best Cabinet ever.
    Awesome.

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