June 17th – 2017 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #149

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1,470 Responses to June 17th – 2017 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #149

  1. MaineCoon says:

    Ted Nugent is being interviewed and is taking a stance to not incite others through his language. He has 20MM followers. It’s a very good start. He credits his wife with convincing him to change his language.

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  2. LM says:

    It looks like Sherriff Clark has been slimed by CNN with plagiarism charges.
    (Remember Monica Crowley?)

    Homeland Security should not only have hired him, they should have promoted him.


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    • Bert Darrell says:

      When somebody wants to accuse CNN of being the slime, despicable purveyor of fake and very fake news that it is, all s/he has to do is state that CNN is owned by shameless, lying, globalist Time-Warner, which proudly continues to sponsor a criminal act in New York city, representing (and inciting to) the assassination of the current POTUS.

      How on Earth can this travesty be allowed in the name of “free speech”?


  3. fleporeblog says:

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  4. MaineCoon says:


    “An unknown number of House members do carry concealed weapons into their Washington offices — and it’s totally legal, according to congressional officials.

    Under a 1967 Police Board regulation, congressional lawmakers are allowed to bring guns into their offices.

    And because they walk around security screenings, nobody knows who carries and how many are armed.”

    Wow. Who knew.


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  5. fleporeblog says:

    Wanted to share this email I received from Ronna McDaniel and my response to her request.

    Hi Ms. McDaniel:

    I really appreciate your support of our President! You are doing everything you can to push his agenda. I do donate directly to our President. I am aware that 20% goes to the RNC. I would love to support the RNC but at this point I can’t. The fact that all these hearings are taking place around an absolute lie by the Democrats and MSM about why they lost and our Republican leadership not shutting them down absolutely sickens me. Pass the Repeal and Replace of Obamacare and Tax Reform and I may support the RNC again.


    Sent from my iPad

    On Jun 17, 2017, at 5:01 PM, Ronna McDaniel wrote:

    Felice LePore –

    Thank you for taking our call the other day. My assistant let me know you were not able to support us at this time. That’s understandable, it sounds like you have done more than your fair share over the years.

    You already knew the media was out to get us. But sadly it’s not just the fake news… there are people within our own unelected bureaucracy that want to sabotage President Trump and our entire America First movement. We need to rally around our President right now.

    We have no choice but to completely DRAIN THE SWAMP. So please save this link – https://secure.gop.com/17phone – to donate as soon as you can.

    Ronna McDaniel


    Contributions or gifts to the Republican National Committee are not deductible for federal income tax purposes. Funds received in response to this solicitation will be subject to federal contribution limits.

    To donate online, visit our secure RNC Website today!

    Paid for by the Republican National Committee.

    310 First Street, Southeast, Washington, D.C., 20003

    202.863.8500 http://www.GOP.com

    Not authorized by any candidate or candidate committee.

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  6. psadie says:

    An Alabama Muslim convert arrested for a threat against Redstone Arsenal and others.


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  7. IMO says:

    Klayman Discusses How Whistleblower Montgomery Can Deep Six Comey and Mueller!

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  8. rsg says:

    Larry Schweikart‏ @LarrySchweikart Jun 15

    Rs have a lead in early voting in GA06 and early voting higher than general, also more older voters already voted

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  9. kathycovfefe says:

    omg hahahahaha Cuba/Castro ….this is rich. Um, sorry Cuba/CNN, not all Americans hate themselves so much they forget who YOU are. OMG. I seriously can’t believe this…from CUBA! lolololol


    Responding to President Donald Trump’s announcement Friday that he is reversing the Obama administration’s steps to normalize relations with Cuba, the Castro government said the US is in no “condition to lecture us.”
    Trump’s speech in Miami to announce the rollback was “full of hostile rhetoric,” Havana’s statement said, adding that the announced policies will “revert” the progress achieved between the two countries in the past two years.

    * * *
    The Cuban government rebuked those statements in a lengthy response Friday, writing that Trump’s executive order betrays a double standard on human rights.
    “We have deep concerns by the respect and the guaranties of the human rights in that country, where there is a large number of cases of murder, brutality and police abuse, particularly against the African Americans; the right to live is violated as a result of deaths by firearms,” the statement read.
    It went on to list a litany of concerns: racial discrimination, salary inequality between genders, the marginalization of immigrants and refugees from Islamic and other countries, Trump’s proposed wall on the southern border, his decision to pull out of the Paris climate accord, the imprisonment of enemy combatants at Guantanamo Bay, the killing of US and foreign citizens in drone attacks, the preface for and conduct of the wars in Iraq and other Middle Eastern countries, and estimates that the Republican health care bill would cause 23 million people to lose medical insurance.

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  10. rsg says:

    Larry Schweikart Retweeted
    The Hill‏Verified account @thehill 5h5 hours ago

    Justice Dept. flips position in Supreme Court case on labor http://hill.cm/gvsukRx


  11. rsg says:

    I like Trump’s legal team. very impressive.

    Liked by 3 people

  12. You might enjoy this PJ Media article as much as I did — “The Sexual Ambiguity of James Comey” by Esther Goldfarb. She analyzes James Comey’s testimony to the house intelligence committee and how he talks like a woman — about his feelings all of the time:


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  13. NJF says:


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    • Ron says:

      Wanna see another side of Ivanka? She’s always so put together… but every once in awhile, lets it all hang loose :0

      Check out this video from the rally in Long Island last year. She’s even playfully flirting with the crowd a little bit. Very attractive woman.

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  14. MaineCoon says:

    Excerpts from Judicial Watch article, “London Terrorists Fought in Sen McCain’s Beloved Free Syrian Arm”

    “One of the terrorists who carried out the deadly London Bridge attack in England this month fought in an affiliate of Senator John McCain’s beloved Free Syrian Army (FSA) in Libya, supporting the U.S.-backed effort to topple Muammar Gaddafi.”

    Redouane’s connection to the FSA is yet another damaging piece of evidence showing that opposition forces in Syria are run by Islamic terrorists. This has not deterred McCain’s ardent support for the Syrian rebels, especially the FSA.

    A year later Judicial Watch reported on an embarrassing outburst that McCain, who is hell-bent on arming jihadist opposition forces in Syria, had during a meeting with Syrian Christian leaders touring Capitol Hill.

    McCain, refused to hear the negative stories about the rebels he’s working to arm and stormed out of a closed-door meeting with the Syrian clergy officials. Held in the Senate Arms Services Committee meeting room, the reunion also included senators Lindsey Graham of South Carolina, Sheldon Whitehouse of Rhode Island, Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut and Joe Manchin of West Virginia. McCain marched into the committee room yelling, according to a high-level source that attended the meeting, and quickly stormed out. “He was incredibly rude,” the source told Judicial Watch “because he didn’t think the Syrian church leaders should even be allowed in the room.”

    When a person has a violent reaction like McCain’s towards believers, you absolutely know they are godless and pure evil.

    Eph. 6:12 For our struggle is not against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the authorities, against the powers of this dark world and against the spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly realms.


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  15. glypenblog says:

    Great news Paul Nehlan is running again in WI. BB wrote a story on this!!

    Liked by 7 people

  16. NJF says:

    Per twitter, Sheriff CLark is turning down Homelands job????

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  17. MaineCoon says:

    Excerpts from Judicial Watch article, “Trump v. Mueller”

    “Trump biographers have noted that the future president was mentored by attorney Roy Cohn, …protecting Trump family interests. Cohn beat back repeated federal attempts to jail him and died from an AIDS-related illness in 1986, but he lives on in the president’s brain. If you’re gaming Trump v. Mueller, think Roy Cohn, not the hapless New York corporate lawyers….

    The Roy Cohn method is to fight until the last dog dies and that’s precisely what the president wants.

    He’s [Mueller] a serious, straight-arrow prosecutor facing the biggest case of his lifetime. He’ll go where the evidence takes him and is assembling a formidable team to get him there. (what I’ve been posting, TY). Mr. Mueller won’t take the president toward impeachment solely based on an ambiguous obstruction case.

    The Trump White House will be able to monitor Mr. Mueller’s probe by tracking his interviews, document requests and subpoenas.

    If any of the Trump satellites [Flynn, Kushner, Cohen, Manafort, Page, Stone] have committed crimes, Mr. Mueller will explore whether they have anything interesting to say about the big boss, and if so, he’ll seek to turn them into cooperating witnesses in exchange for avoiding prison.”

    You might read the last 2 paragraphs re: Clintons & Whitewater as a refresher.


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    • patrickhenrycensored says:

      In the final analysis Trump holds the winning hand.
      Firstly he’s innocent.
      Secondly, there are not enough votes in the house to impeach him.
      Thirdly, even in the unlikely chance the house flipped in 2018, flipping the senate to provide two/thirds vote for removal of him from office is remote.

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  18. NJF says:

    Interesting thread.

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  19. dutzie60 says:


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  20. Martin says:

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  22. blognificentbee says:

    Virginia Treepers or anyone that would care to make their opinion known. This is the photo that was displayed yesterday at Colonial Trail Elementary, during their Elementary School Graduation Presidential Award portion of the ceremony in Henrico, VA. School phone 804-360-4700, School Board 804-652-3600.


  23. Protesting CNN fake news by trump supporters

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  24. Martin says:

    Is this a threat, Warren? The Secret Service needs to pay you a visit you mentally unstable freak:

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    • blognificentbee says:

      Even when she is trying to be thoughtful & somewhat kind, the anger that oozes from her is quite disturbing. And that blue blazer…give it a rest already. Blechhh

      Liked by 3 people

      • This loser would have never entered politics if her old aunt hadn’t come to live with her to raise her kids and manage her household…a job that Warren simply couldn’t handle. Boston Globe article behind a paywall.


  25. sunnydaze says:

    Not sure which one it is, but one of these crackpots is running for mayor of Minneapolis, LOL:

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  26. Ron says:

    We’ve been talking about approval ratings, I think they’re all made up, but Scott Adams made a great point on his periscope the other day.

    He said people say to him, well, if Trump is so good at persuasion, shouldn’t his approval be higher than 50%?

    And Scott replied that 50% is really, really good when you’ve got the entire media constantly pushing fake stories about you. So he told this story, lets say there’s a room, with 1 person in it, and President Trump goes in and tries to persuade that person to be on his side. You KNOW he’s going to pull that off, he’s really charismatic. So lets say you put someone else in the room, trying to persuade everybody in the room, that Trump is Hitler or whatever.

    What we’ve got is, an entire room full of people… and an almost infinite number of media personalities, actors, musicians, celebrities, politicians all attacking Trump and trying to persuade everyone in the room to think Trump is Hitler.

    …. and President Trump, single handedly, has convinced half the room he’s not.

    *THAT* is Persuasion.

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  27. usnveteran says:

    President Trump Supporters Protest At CNN Headquarters Over Fake News:


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