September 1st – 2017 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #225

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1,390 Responses to September 1st – 2017 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #225

  1. MakeAmericaGreat says:

    Wonderful 1-minute video from Pence’s trip to Texas. Really recommend watching this if you want to feel good about America and the administration. Very well produced.

    Liked by 8 people

  2. wyntre says:

    Liked by 7 people

    • Bull Durham says:

      He came back from cancer, saw the People and what they wanted, and backed MAGA and America First.

      Good guy. Decent man. Hope he can stay safe in that hellhole Merkel has constructed.

      Liked by 4 people

  3. rjcylon says:

    Looks like Antifa is over. I assume this is related to internal polls at the antifa headquarters, which would be the DNC.

    Russia is over, Antifa is over. Either this is a sign they have accepted defeat, or things are about to get worse. I don’t know how it gets worse than violence in the streets.

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  4. andyocoregon says:

    I see Al Sharpton and other useless liberals are criticizing President Trump in anticipation of his 2nd trip to Texas tomorrow. They are trying to tell him how he should act and what he should say. I’m sure that gives our President some belly laughs.

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  5. patrickhenrycensored says:

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  6. andyocoregon says:

    So now 1st grade children must obey transgender demands? And what is up with transgender 1st graders anyway? How sick our society has become.

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    • I didn’t know I liked Chinese food in first grade.
      All we knew about food was Italian food. And if you didn’t finish what your mom cooked for dinner, you were going to bed early and eating it for breakfast.

      What in the world does someone in first grade know about life? Or what they want out of it?

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    A multi-billion-dollar government program launched by Obama to help families hit by the housing crisis squandered millions on parties, employee bonuses, cars, and superfluous data storage. The program is known as Hardest Hit Fund and operates under the Treasury Department, which does little to oversee it and sits by as federal audits expose pervasive fraud and waste. The findings of the latest probe were released this month by the inspector general of another reckless Treasury gem, the Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP), Obama’s disastrous initiative to rescue the nation’s ailing financial institutions.

    The findings are documented in an exhaustive 93-page report that should enrage every American taxpayer. For those who don’t have the stamina to get through the entire document, here are some highlights; $3 million in expenses, deemed “unnecessary” by the watchdog, were spent on picnics, barbecues, gift cards, a new customer center, employee bonuses, cars, and more. Here’s a breakdown straight out of the federal audit; $598,374 went to car allowances, free parking, and other transportation perks; $342,728 was spent on settlements, severance, and other employee legal expenses; $342,407 went to employee bonuses, cash debit cards, gifts, and other perks; $258,333 was spent on “avoidable” data storage expenses; $150,618 on barbecues, parties, picnics, steak and seafood dinners, and other food and beverages. The rest was spent on unemployment payments to former employees and a customer center in Rhode Island that had already received federal money years earlier for a new office.

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    • This is the insanity of the Federal Government. It’s the biggest reason no one should trust them to help anyone or run many of the programs they do.

      Sad to say this isn’t the only example. It’s not an outlier. It’s how it’s always been done.
      Your tax dollars paying off corrupt politicians and government workers.
      And we allow it. A very long time ago a local politician explained it best.

      He was running against the establishment. He said they have all their friends in no show jobs and collecting all kinds of benefits and under the table payouts.
      I asked if he was going to put an end to that. He explained those people would be all out.
      And he would put his people in the same jobs.

      Politics. You gotta love it.

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    • boogywstew says:

      I thought TARP was George HW Bush’s program and that it was about the only thing that went right in 2007??? Thank you for the head’s up on the Treasury Department’s shenanigans. I guess the government workers just felt like they were entitled. Unions are a form of legalized extortion.


  8. StormyeyesC says:

    A former FBI agent battling Deputy Director McCabe said there is a ‘cancer’ inside the FBI

    Liked by 4 people

  9. StormyeyesC says:

    Before these are our streets…………… Disgusting. Integrate or go home.

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  10. StormyeyesC says:

    LOL Awesome..

    Liked by 3 people

    • sunnydaze says:

      So Hillary can go to a Rock Concert and use it as a campaign rally, but Kid Rock can’t hold a Rock Concert and use it as campaign rally?

      Seems like he should be able to do this even *after* he announces.

      Liked by 3 people

  11. StormyeyesC says:

    Hillary on the day she became Secretary of State See what she said to Cheryl Mills?

    Liked by 1 person

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