Secretary Rex Tillerson State Department Press Conference – 2:15pm EDT Livestream

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is about to deliver remarks and answer questions during a press conference surrounding ongoing military and diplomatic efforts:

UPDATE: Video Added – Also: Listen closely to the very last thing T-Rex says beginning with “I think too often”… Right there you hear the larger outline of the “Trump Doctrine”.

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  1. fleporeblog says:

    These comments from this Gold Star Mother tells me everything I need to know about what our great president is doing going forward with Afghanistan is going to be backed by Americans:

    Liked by 24 people

    • FL_GUY says:

      Thanks for posting. People who have had loved ones maimed or killed need to know that their sacrifice was not in vain. The O clown got a lot of people killed and maimed by not letting them fight. President Trump is going to clean up the mess that W and O created and WIN!

      Liked by 12 people

    • thetrain2016 says:

      I’m shocked Jake Tapper tweeted it…

      Liked by 16 people

      • Sylvia Avery says:

        In the last couple of weeks Jake Tapper has shocked me a couple of times. He was interviewed by someone, you know how the press loves to fawn all over itself, and he told the interviewer he was concerned that the media had become too ideological or something like that instead of focusing on the facts.

        I can’t remember the second thing he said that shocked me, but I think it was something positive about the President; something along the lines of “he was right.” But I can’t recall any longer what it was about.

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        • thetrain2016 says:

          Maybe he’s a bit smarter than his CNN associates…

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          • All American Snowflake says:

            Smart enough to read the writing on the wall: mene mene tekel upharsin.
            “Here is what these words mean: Mene: God has numbered the days of your reign and brought it to an end. Tekel: You have been weighed on the scales and found wanting. [Parsin] means ‘divided’–your kingdom has been divided and given to the Medes and Persians.”

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      • Tapper does that rather often, which gives him some clout of credibility.
        He is kind of the BOR of the left.
        But still 90% will be lib agenda

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    • Sentient says:

      Sunk cost fallacy. If Jake Tapper thinks you’re presidenting right, you’re doing it wrong.

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      • harrietht3 says:

        Time will tell.
        JTapper — we may all hope — has had an epiphany.

        Again: Time will tell. Watch and wait. In the meantime — prayers for our nation’s well being are always important. No less important are the prayers we offer up for those who have consumed the wine of Satan’s deceits. For those so deceived, who wage war against Christ and His church, we ask as our Lord asked: Father, forgive them, for they know not what they do.

        Then: For those whose consciences are pricked, let them find peace in Christ’s forgiveness. But for those who remain hostile to God’s forgiveness in Christ, their end will be an all consuming fire.

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  2. Peter says:

    Bloviators like Ann Coulter have such promise and potential to build on Trumps lead.

    Instead they squander the opportunity in quick order, less than 6 months and poof – nothing but rats. If I were Trump is would tell the entire country to go pound sand.

    Gold star mother is right – shut up and let the commanders and trump work their ideas.

    In 3.5 years you can bloviate for what you think would be a better idea.

    Until then – shut up!

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    • The exact reason you don’t see Ann Coulter on mainstream news much anymore…because of her hysterical bloviating.

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      • Regina says:

        and the reason Ingraham isn’t working in the White House

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      • Sentient says:

        No, the reason Coulter’s not on TV is that – after a period of buying into interventionism years ago – she now opposes the Uniparty agenda of open borders and endless war. She wants what Trump campaigned on: border Wall and end to pointless Middle East wars. So she’s persona non grata.

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        • G. Combs says:

          “…. end to pointless Middle East wars…”

          Means SOLVING the problem instead of turning tail and running. Problems you do not face and solve have a nasty habit of turning around and biting you in the behind.

          There have been 31,612 Jihad attacks since 9/11
          1374 Islamic attacks with 9,690 people killed and 10130 injured in 2017 so far. link

          There have been a total of 2,403 US military deaths in Afghanistan with only a 11 this year.

          Of interest is the fact the MOST deaths were when Hillary was Sec of State (2009 to February 1, 2013)!!!

          Coalition Military Fatalities By Year
          Year……US… UK Other Total
          2001…12… 0… 0…… 12
          2002…49… 3… 18…… 70
          2003…48… 0… 10…… 58
          2004… 52… 1… 7…… 60
          2005…99… 1… 31…… 131
          2006…98… 39… 54…… 191
          2007…117… 42… 73…… 232
          2008…155… 51… 89…… 295
          2009…317… 108… 96…… 521
          2010…499… 103… 109…… 711
          2011 …418… 46… 102…… 566
          2012…310… 44… 48…… 402

          2013…127… 9… 25…… 161
          2014…55…6… 14…… 75
          2015…22… 2… 3…… 27
          2016…14… 0… 2…… 16
          2017…11… 0… 0…… 11
          Total.. 2403… 455… 681…… 3539
          link

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        • Paula Daly says:

          She’s a big mouth that wants everything her way right damn now.

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    • Orygun says:

      To back out of Afghanistan without completing the mission of giving the people a chance for a peaceful self-rule is to spit on the graves of all the people who gave their lives for that mission.

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      • Sentient says:

        Translation: nation-building. And if you disagree, you’re “spitting on graves”.

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        • Lack is not all says:

          What did you not understand of president saying “no nation building” ? Clear as clean water.

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          • Sentient says:

            What did you not understand about “giving the people a chance at peaceful self-government”? The majority of Muslim countries are non-democratic. Afghanistan is the least amenable to peaceful self-government – unless you mean a general agreement that shooting a teenage girl in the head for holding hands with a non-relative male is perfectly reasonable.

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        • Paula Daly says:

          He’s not nation building

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        • jeans2nd says:

          Sentient, the Trump “doctrine” is to clean out the bad guys alongside the locals, and allow the locals to do the nation building after the bad guys are gone. This is a break from the past neocon-interventionist policy. We leave and allow the locals to choose their own path and destiny.

          The Clintons, Bushies, et al made a point of enriching themselves and their friends on these wars. Pres Trump is changing the path now. No more nation building. it it fails, it is the locals fault, not ours. And other people pay for it this time.
          and we still luv ya 😉

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  3. Budman says:

    Pat Buchanan, Laura Ingraham, Infowars etc are all running their jibs about how the President has done an about face on this issue. They dont see the big picture! Thanks so much Sundance for cleaning the windows, so we all can see the truth!

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    • Jenny Hatch says:

      Maybe when he said he was going to bomb the sh*t out of Isis, they thought he was going to do some photo bombing.

      He is being incredibly consistent with his messaging…

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      • Summer says:

        Yes, Trump made a promise to bomb IT out of ISIS and he keeps his promise.
        it’s not that the chihuahuas are yapping because they don’t remember or don’t understand. They are yapping to attract attention and increase traffic within their websites. Controversy = ratings = $$.

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    • fleporeblog says:

      Our President admitted last night that his initial instinct was to get the hell out of Afghanistan. He also stated that when sitting in the chair of the presidency, you think and you react differently. I am so grateful to have a President that realizes it and is willing to see both sides to every situation. Everything he does is for us. He loves our country and its citizens with every ounce of blood in his body!

      These fools have seen what has happened in Iraq by completely withdrawing immediately. Look at the hell on earth that has been unleashed because of it. We are still fighting ISIS in Asia, North Africa and the ME. Pulling out of Afghanistan would cause something similar to occur. The rise of Al-Quada, ISIS, Taliban etc. We will use a similar strategy to what we have done in Iraq. The great TREX said so throughout the briefing because that strategy is working! Mosul is completely liberated and the Iraqi forces are moving on to the rest of the places that ISIS remains to eradicate them from the face of the earth. What changed was our approach of annihilation versus containment and us going completely in on training their forces.

      I also think that once the GCC countries deal with the situation pertaining to Qatar, you will see more of their troops fighting this war in Afghanistan. TREX mentioned them for a reason. I am so grateful that Pakistan will be dealt with much differently than under previous administrations. Getting them to play ball is crucial. The other thing that should make these morons sleep well is the fact that our President and TREX meant every single word about Pakistan. They have been put on notice! They can look at China as an example of what happens when you are put on notice!

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      • Because of past administrations that never enforced their committed plans, many Americans do not trust that the government will follow through and be victorious.

        FLeporeblog, thank you for your post. President Trump is thinking about returning refugees (getting them out of here and back to where they come from). Assisting the Afghan and Pakistan countries to bring about a government system that works for their tribal way of life will help with the world’s refugee problem.

        The number one reason I get pi$$ed off with loud mouths that disagree with President Trump is because they think they know better and have just as much info, if not more, then POTUS. This is ridiculous!!! At least the loud mouths tell us who not to listen too and waste our time.

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        • fleporeblog says:

          Well said! Our President only cares about us and our future. Everything else is completely meaningless. That is why I don’t have a single doubt about everything he does. I might be naive but I sleep well at night with him at the helm!

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        • yucki says:

          …returning refugees (getting them out of here and back to where they come from…
          Love the sound of that!

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    • Michelle says:

      Ann coulter needs to be grateful that we even have Trump in the White House and not Hillary. Her complaining doesn’t help at all.

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    • cjzak says:

      They must have missed the part when he admitted straight up that what he was going to say was the opposite of what he said when he first spoke about it. When he won and got the inside info, he realized how complicated and impossible it would be to just leave and what a slap in the face it would also be to all who sacrificed their lives over there. He took time to gather every bit of info he could and listened carefully to his military leadership before deciding what the course of action would be. Why would anyone criticize him for that?
      I really think he still doesn’t he want to be there at all, but he had to make the difficult choice to do this the right way before getting out. Unwinding a big mess like that takes a lot of work and patience and most importantly toughness in getting the real bad actors called out and exposed aka Pakistan and solving the issues before withdrawal of our troops totally.

      Too bad they didn’t pay attention to the honest reasoning and explanations from our President before mouthing off.

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    • rf121 says:

      Well, he did do an about face. During the campaign he said we are getting out. Now we are not. Spin all you want. That is what he did. Now, I thought he explained his plans well and the new approach. Now it will come down to results. I just hope if things do not turn around per the new plans that he then will pull the plug.

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      • We are getting out, we just have to win first!

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      • Delilah says:

        He said he was gonna bomb the s**t outta the terrorists, and there’s a whole lotta terrorists in Afghanistan.

        If he did nothing to them, then he’d be going back on his word….

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      • trialbytruth says:

        Our commitment is a few thousand troops not to minimize the value of any soldier but this is not Korea, Vietnam, the until Afghan conflict or Irag. Let’s keep things in perspective.

        I promised my kids i would take them to Disney world one day they are in there 40s and still waiting.

        What was it the Stones said…. Oh yeah “You can’t always get what you want”…damm seems likened were reminded of that at every rally

        Now what was your problem???

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      • Paula Daly says:

        He will pull the plug if the new plans don’t work. He pretty much said that with his comments regarding “this isn’t unlimited resources and Afghan and Pakis need to step it up.

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    • Lack is not all says:

      They make their money chatting. They have to say something, sometimes good, sometimes bad, according to their convenience. These people dont have any credibility anymore. They are entertainers.

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  4. Regina says:

    Did Hillary or Kerry ever hold an actual press conference in front of the State press pool? Tillerson is so amazing – he’s just heads above these people in every way.

    I know that Andrea Mitchell did NOT sit in on the State Dept pressers – guess they think they need to send their big dog to get the story straight /s

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    • SR says:

      Hillary can not speak for 5 mins without remembering all the poll tested questions/ans which she already knew in advance.

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    • Lack is not all says:

      Very well run conference, somebody was mentioning their credentials before each of them ased questions. Secretary T was calm , well rehearsed and knowledgeable. That attitude calmed the beasts too.

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  5. progpoker says:

    I wish he wouldn’t pronounce it Pahkeestahn. Reminds me too much of Obumbler!!

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    • cjzak says:

      I think from his life long business dealings all over the world he has learned the correct pronunciations, as he should have and it is very natural he would keep doing it. But you’re right, reminders of O and his love of all things Muslim.

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      • Lack is not all says:

        O was a fake. The Secretary does it because he is used to pronounce the names of each country correctly as a show of good manners. Nothing reminds me of O. I erased his horrible voice from my mind, its like thinking of tortures past. Good bye O and good ridance.

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        • Summer says:

          Hah, isn’t it amazing that the same thing happened to me: I can’t remember Obama’s voice. Like, at all. Maybe a psychologist can explain this phenomenon to me. I guess it is called traumatic memory suppression. Yep, that must be it, lol.

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  6. DebbieUK says:

    They are so respectful to him . Why cant they treat the president the same .It really annoys me.

    Liked by 8 people

    • fleporeblog says:

      Debbie UK it was because heather directed the questions. Our president asks the press himself their questions. I think he does this because he knows which snowflakes will get the reaction he wants the public to see and hear.

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    • Lack is not all says:

      the President is hated by these news people. They show how low class they are by not respecting the President of the Nation. Besides, Mr Trump has to impose previous rules of engagement and be strict with these clowns. No respect, no press conferences.

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  7. Very comforting having T-Rex at the helm working with POTUS. MSM will not give them their due.

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  8. Publius2016 says:

    TREX is a giant…explains our policy not to the detriment of other countries but for their benefit. Letting America be a friend again…not a butinski!

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  9. n1ghtcr4wler says:

    these presstitutes have to muh Russia EVERY time.

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  10. TRex has gravitas. He articulated the President’s strategy very well. I wanted to slap Martha Radditz. She had the gall to suggest Americans deserve the right to know our military strategy because we’ve got soldiers over there, which is exactly what would put our soldiers in more danger. I detest her and her ilk. Bitterly so.

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  11. Orygun says:

    If the Awans have been gathering intelligence in which to blackmail Congress for the last 14 years it might be the reason why Pakistan has had a free rein to do as they please. Having President Trumps’ administration call them out could be the beginning of the unraveling of the ISI spy ring working in Congress all these years. Let the cards fall where they may. We could use some new members of Congress.

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    • rashamon says:

      We could use those Democrats who hired the Awan family to be jailed! Debbie Wasserweasel Schmaltz first. She’s dangerous…more so than all the nuclearized nations.

      And the Awans came into control thanks to Bill Clinton. What in the heck didn’t he do?

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      • Lack is not all says:

        Clinton is a full blown criminal. It makes me sad to realize that the country was in the hands of these low class crooks, Bushes, Clintons, Obama. How did it happen?

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  12. cdnintx says:

    President Trump thoughts on Afghanistan have been communicated clearly over the years in his tweets. I trust that Trump, in coming up with this strategy – asked for all options on the table including outside of the box thinking, considered every scenario carefully, consulted all his experts as well as his trusted advisors before agreeing that this was the way to proceed. I believe this was a collaborative effort and that if President Trump disagreed he would have put a stop to it.

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  13. citizen817 says:

    I think we are extremely lucky to have Rex Tillerson as Secretary of State.

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  14. I have an observation then a question for those who are serving or have served.

    I’m in IT. I’ve been on teams that have been given large critical tasks then denied the tools and authority to do the job. Sometimes the problem gets addressed and we are able to pull a working system from the rubble. Other times the project dies a horrible, protracted and expensive death.

    The effect of failure on the members is very negative. You become jaded and loose faith in your leadership. It can have a negative effect on your career prospects and good people leave or miss deserved promotions. It just kills morale.

    That is just an IT shop. We don’t deal with life and death. I can’t imagine facing that as a member of a fighting force in a hot war. Like seriously – I have no frame of reference or way to comprehend it.

    I think the President’s attempt to pull a successful resolution to Afghanistan from the utter disaster that has been made of it is critically important to our fighters and the Country as a whole. Vietnam still casts a shadow over the Vets and the National Psyche as a whole.

    Can someone with some real world experience shed some light on my musings…

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    • Hillbilly Sailor says:

      I served in the military for 22 years. You work long hours and do rewarding work. You HAVE to believe in what you do in order to withstand family separation and long deployments, not to mention the possibility of danger. If the politicians aren’t willing to stay the long course, you feel discouraged. You absolutely HAVE to believe in the cause and even more importantly your leaders!

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    • From an enlisted man and Nam vet but USCG not Army or Marine. In Nam the Coast Guard must paint their ships battle ship gray and become part of the Navy.

      My best friend was a Marine Tank Commander, by cousin was Army Airborne with a Purple Heart. Another cousin Air Force died from agent orange.

      Yours is to do or die. You deal with what you are given or you go nuts.

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    • Sylvia Avery says:

      You mention Vietnam. A fellow Treeper wrote here a day or two ago that pulling out of Vietnam was the best thing ever. Best decision that could have been made. I didn’t reply, but I was appalled.

      Reading that, it all came back to me. People climbing up on top of the embassy trying to get into helicopters to get out of there. People left behind. The chaos and fear. All the people jamming into boats to cross the ocean to come here.

      I don’t look back at that hot mess and think, “Best Decision Ever!” I look back and feel a curl of shame and I’m sick about the whole dishonorable mess. I know I’m not alone in that. Vietnam did a number on the American psyche in a whole lot of ways. How we left is part of that.

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      • God bless President Trump a real United States Commander In Chief. Can’t do much about the past but the future looks bright.

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      • Sylvia, Harrison and Hillbilly – Thanks for your replies 🙂

        It just drives me nuts to watch our soldiers get misused and mistreated by our leaders.

        Someone once said “The purpose of the military is to kill people and break things.” I agree – any other use is a disservice to them and disrespectful.

        They are the pistol on the hip of our nation and deserve the same respect a responsible gun owner gives his side arm. Never – NEVER – pull that pistol out unless you intend to use it and use it for it’s intended purpose. You don’t use your Colt to drive nails – don’t use our soldiers to build nations!

        I am so happy that the President is not in the Nation Building business. He is going to kill terrorists and break their stuff until they are not a factor any more. Anyone that gets in the way (Pakis and Afghanis) will find themselves on the wrong end of that equation.

        If a criminal sees you bet mugged every day while wearing your sidearm he stops fearing that sidearm. Don’t deploy or soldiers unless it’s life or death for our citizens. If you get to that point then don’t d*ck around – aim center mass and EMPTY the magazine!

        And, best of all, he is smart enough to use Diplomacy and Economics to align everyone else to that purpose.

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      • Lack is not all says:

        To me, as a non military person, one of the most offensive parts was the fact that the dodgers who run to Canada were forgiven and treated like heroes. That part utterly offended me.

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      • bofh says:

        If you can manage to set up a trip to Vietnam, you may find that it will help to lay some of the old ghosts to rest.

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      • The Boss says:

        A very interesting book about Vietnam “Dereliction of Duty” was written by H.R. McMaster. Yes, that McMaster! A blurb from Amazon I think:

        Dereliction Of Duty focuses on a fascinating cast of characters: President Lyndon Johnson, Robert McNamara, General Maxwell Taylor, McGeorge Bundy and other top aides who deliberately deceived the Joint Chiefs of Staff, the U.S. Congress and the American public.

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    • Delilah says:

      We were there for all of it. Somalia was the worst. My husband was in a MARDET unit on a Navy ship right off the coast when it went down….they could hear the chatter.

      It’s not the task that’s difficult. It’s the politicians in charge of the task that makes it impossible.

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  15. sundance says:

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  16. Delilah says:

    Even moonbats are capable of the truth every once in a while….

    Ann Coulter Said Anti-War Dems Were ‘Traitors.’ Now She Says ‘War Is Like Crack for’ Trump
    http://www.thedailybeast.com/ann-coulter-said-anti-war-dems-were-traitors-now-she-says-war-is-like-crack-for-trump

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    • Delilah says:

      Once somebody jumps the shark, I can never go back again. It’s the same with Alex Jones. The moment he said he was off the Trump train, only to go back on again, yeah, I’m done……Hopefully BB doesn’t follow in their path.

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    • citizen817 says:

      Forget Coulter…On the train, off the train, in other words…a fair weather friend and full of it.

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      • Wink says:

        agreed, citizen817.

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      • KBR says:

        Coulter is only “good” at one thing:sarcasm. It is essentially negative. If she cannot be negative she has nothing and is nothing because sarcasm is her only schtick. Think about it.

        Thus the successes and all the good that Trump is doing and has (already!) done are not good material for her act. (And it is an act.) The dems are too dumb right now for her smart sarcasm to even matter. That leaves POTUS.

        Coulter cannot be happy, it does not fit her chosen schtick. A overall happy Coulter is a Coulter I have never seen.

        I do not like her act, mainly because she pretends it isn’t one. But then maybe I give her too much credit: maybe she does not even know anymore that it is an act because she has done it so long. Maybe she has just lost her real self in the sarcastic personna she created for herself. Somewhere along the line she got attention for sarcastic wit, and made a choice to continue getting attention through sarcasm. Nobody comes outta their mama full of sarcasm: it is a choice.

        Personally I prefer people who choose being happy and that that choice is not an indication of lack of intellect.

        (Sarcastic comedians can be funny sometimes though. But it is easy to overdose on the inherently nasty egocentric attitude lurking behind heavy sarcasm.)

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  17. Thurstan says:

    I am 100% in favor of the border wall, which is a favorite Coulter wish, but a gated community in a dangerous neighborhood is not my idea of an ideal living condition. I agree with Trump.

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  18. Black_Knight_Rides says:

    Here’s President Trump’s brilliance in deciding to demonstrate “Sustainable Winning” for America:

    Create Bilateral Alliances with 3 strong foundations:
    – Energy (for national economic security)
    – Trade (for national security funding)
    – Defense (for national security protection)

    All 3 are mutually-reinforcing.

    Nations whose leaders decide against Bilateral Alliances become Unsustainable Prey.
    – They forfeit energy security and pay a YUGE premium for it.
    – They forfeit trade MASSIVELY with the loss of the American Market.
    – They invite predators (or as predators invite customers to look elsewhere).

    Nations who join the team form the “tip of the spear”.
    THEY take leadership and ownership for solving regional problems.

    America becomes the “Force Multiplier” as the “Ultimate Hammer”.

    No more bleeding America with the death of a thousand cuts.

    Trump BRILLIANCE.

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  19. Donna McGee says:

    The only opinion that wasn’t born from Lobbyist instructions, Corporatist mandates, political agendas………is President Donald J. Trump.

    Not paid off, not trolling for tax money, not dependent on ratings or clicks.

    Our President has the best of intentions before he even wakes up in the morning.

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  20. velvetfoot says:

    I thought an interesting tidbit in PDJT’s speech was keeping the door open, way down the road, for Taliban participation in government.

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  21. youme says:

    Just started reading Red Platoon: A True Story of American Valor by Clinton Romesha.
    Romesha, is a staff sergeant, who won the Medal of Honor for his actions at Combat Outpost Keating. Keating was a remote and poorly sited of the American outposts in Nuristan Province in Eastern Afghanistan.
    Absolutely stunning in it’s portrayal of the American soldiers who fought with him. To me. it will always be a reminder of the fruitless sacrifice of our brothers and sisters in the Middle east.

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  22. State Dept Press Conference is definitely worth watching/listening to. The strategy is well-thought out and brilliant. I love Tillerson’s press conferences. Always informative.

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