White House Press Briefing with Sarah Sanders, 9/13/17

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  1. ginaswo says:

    Boy oh boy the media is so upset our POTUS is meeting with Dems to try and circumvent GOPE obstruction.
    🤗

    Liked by 29 people

  2. progpoker says:

    Where is everyone??

    Liked by 3 people

  3. Sloth1963 says:

    Short but sweet. Hillary gets beat up again.

    Liked by 17 people

  4. fleporeblog says:

    Love our President more and more each day! So grateful that he is supporting both Lindsey Graham and Bill Cassidy on their bill to repeal and replace Obamacare. The Whores will be all over this in their questions today. The fact that their messiah’s one domestic accomplishment might go up in smokes means that they have to go right back at it with Sarah and the WH.

    The problem for the Uniparty is that their bipartisan proposal is dying a slow death right in front of their eyes and Crazy Bernie, Pocahantas, Booker, Gillabrand, Harris, Baldwin etc. decided to introduce Single Payer for all today.

    Democrats are pissed off with Lucifer because he is saying that he will back the bill if his Arizona Governor is in favor of it. Problem for Democrats and Lucifer is that the Governor of Arizona, Doug Ducey, helped in flushing out the final particulars in the bill.

    Folks, they have every reason to be SCARED!

    https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2017-09-13/trump-says-he-applauds-last-ditch-obamacare-repeal-proposal?cmpId=yhoo.headline&yptr=yahoo

    From the article linked above:

    President Donald Trump let Republican senators working on an eleventh-hour effort to repeal Obamacare know he is rooting for them, without explicitly supporting the legislation.

    GOP senators Lindsey Graham, of South Carolina, and Bill Cassidy, of Louisiana, introduced a bill Wednesday to repeal the Affordable Care Act and replace it with block grants to states, who would determine how to help people pay for health care. Their effort comes as Tennessee Republican Senator Lamar Alexander is working with Washington Democratic Senator Patty Murray to craft a bipartisan, short-term Obamacare fix.

    “I applaud the Senate for continuing to work toward a solution to relieve the disastrous Obamacare burden on the American people,” Trump said in a statement. “As I have continued to say, inaction is not an option, and I sincerely hope that Senators Graham and Cassidy have found a way to address the Obamacare crisis.”

    The repeal bill was introduced on the same day that Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont, an independent, rolled out a so-called Medicare-for-All measure that would extend government-provided insurance to all Americans.

    Senator John McCain, one of three Republican senators who voted against repeal in July and scuttled the entire effort, said Wednesday he supports Graham-Cassidy but won’t back it until he hears from top officials in his home state of Arizona about its effects on the state.

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  5. Kroesus says:

    SS’s “responsible immigration reform” seems to be Trump and her’s new euphemism for “comprehensive immigration reform”…..we know this is code for amnesty whether it is limited or general and the American people have rejected this at every opportunity they have been given in the past 30 years since Simpson-Mazzoli and the Dimm’s betrayal

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    • missmarple2 says:

      No, he’s not giving amnesty and you can take that to the bank.

      Liked by 10 people

      • stella says:

        It won’t be primarily up to President Trump. Congress must act. His only recourse (if he doesn’t agree with the legislation) is to use his veto power.

        Liked by 9 people

        • Kroesus says:

          HE is the last check to stop it and any lessening of current penalties by law IS amnesty and would betray his MAGA message….his softening stance does not give defense to his campaign rhetoric

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          • stella says:

            I don’t think my original statement is inaccurate in any way.

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            • Kroesus says:

              …and nothing I have said is lacks a factual nature…..his steering away from a stout immigration policy he presented last year has given many a pause

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              • Ditch Mitch says:

                PDJT put the responsibility of DACA on the Congress where it should be. DHS granted a waiver to begin building the wall. SC upheld travel restrictions. RAISE Act. Any other inconsistency you want to highlight, Kroesus?

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                • Kroesus says:

                  Trump should have ended DACA as an unconstitutional act and as he saud during the campaign…..I can see the strategy for the wait and even the delay even if I do not agree with it but the encouragement to Congress to pass a protective act for the illegal “Dreamers” was uncalled for and weakened his position IF he is truly for law and order

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                • andrewe1 says:

                  …but the encouragement to Congress to pass a protective act for the illegal “Dreamers”…

                  Yes, this is what shook me. You can drop the dreamers in Congress’ lap without encouraging them to actually pass something, which would be disastrous. Just say it’s in Congress’ hands now and leave it at that and don’t mention it again. Without leadership and urging and the president’s bully pulpit, Congress could never pass an amnesty. But with the White House actually cheering Congress on they might actually manage it.

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                • Ditch Mitch says:

                  Never heard PDJT call for any form of amnesty; however, candidate Trump now PDJT has repeatedly have stated his first priority is to remove those illegal immigrants who commited felonies.

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      • Kroesus says:

        I believe that will be a “bounced check”……his “heart” for the DACA kids” comment and instructions for Congress to get “DACA right” do not compel a lot of confidence in your statement as being true

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        • missmarple2 says:

          Well, you had better get busy calling Congress. I see no downside to him vetoing whatever hare-brained scheme they come up with and a big downside for them pushing amnesty against the will of the people.

          I have no objection to DACA people being allowed to stay with NO path to citizenship and no relatives tagged on as being allowed to stay with them. I also wouldn’t let them stay if they have criminal records, are on welfare, have illegally voted, or are associated with terrorist organizations.

          If they want citizenship, they have to return to their country of origin and apply to immigrate just like anyone else. I think that is reasonable. That is as far as I would go.

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        • Call your congressmen then… better yet go to your district offices and make them return your calls with answers. We support the Raise Act, The Wall and E-Verify and no citizenship. That’s what I do instead of complaining on a blog or Social Media all day.

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          • Kroesus says:

            My rep is McCarthy and Sens are Frankenstein and Harris….good luck with any of them…..McCarthy is CoC owned and well those two Dimms barely have a brain between them and do as told by Schumer…..Trump has staff regularly read TCH so this is as best as it gets for me

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            • Sylvia Avery says:

              Wow, if my Rep were CoC hack McCarthy I’d organize a post card campaign so that he could feel the heat. He may enjoy getting his money from the CoC but I’d be darned if I’d let him off easy without feeling the wrath of his district.

              Remind him he won’t have any value whatsoever to the CoC if he doesn’t get reelected.

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            • Paula Daly says:

              Go anyway!

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            • I was happy to live in CA for 4 years, one reason was to cast votes against Frankenstein and Boxcar.

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            • Little Berkeley Conservative says:

              I am in the same boat, but I write Ninny and Di all the time as a ‘former’ dimocrat. Poor Barbi Boxer is gone…I miss writing to her. I just returned my latest CAGOP money request with no money and only five words. “Support Trump or No Support!”

              Anyway Trump achieves his promises is good for me. As a fellow treeper stated, Vote Trump cause GOPe or Dimocrat ain’t working!

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    • trapper says:

      Back when there were more jobs than people to fill them, when high school kids ALL had summer jobs for the asking, when American factories and mills cranked out American made products of such high quality that people repaired them rather than replace them, when kids who didn’t go to college after high school had scores of factories and trades from which to select lifetime jobs, no one cared where the guy working on the line next to him came from or how he got here.

      I will say again, reestablish American manufacturing and the immigration issue will take care of itself. That means tax cuts for EVERYONE, tax free repatriation of foreign cash, protective tariffs, filling an entire office building with government lawyers prosecuting anti-dumping cases, NO multiparty trade deals (kill NAFTA for crying out loud), a blanket “buy American” requirement on all federal procurement, and a massive bridge and highway and airport infrastructure program. Put eVerify on top of that and there you go.

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      • Nailbanger says:

        NAFTA ruined agriculture in the USA, all of a sudden farmers in the US had to compete with farms south of the border paying people pennies to harvest produce,

        Liked by 1 person

      • pyromancer76 says:

        The perfect American ideal, trapper. And if Americ returns to these values and this economy, it well also be a model for prosperity for the rest of the world that wants to follow suit. Socialism slowly devours the wealth of every society it gets a hold on.

        This economic/political/social build-up according to American values is exactly what should have happened after the fall of the Berlin Wall.

        President Trump comes closer to an ideal leader supporting these values with his policies than any other President in my lifetime, Let’s support him and also let him know when we disagree. He asks for feedback. MAGA

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      • mariner says:

        No one cared about illegal immigration because there was no illegal immigration to care about.

        It was a given that borders were being enforced.

        Liked by 1 person

  6. StandTall says:

    Got to love Sarah! She is such a pro and she can read these people’s motives, cut right through some of those silly questions and move on quickly.. Next!
    Loved her Hillary ‘blame’ comment. Perfect!

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  7. wolfmoon1776 says:

    Interesting about McMaster and Haley at that upcoming briefing. Very interested in what will be said then.

    Liked by 4 people

  8. The mind numbingly dumb questions from these journalists is breathtaking.

    Liked by 9 people

  9. wolfmoon1776 says:

    I am definitely calling out Jon Decker as a Deep State plant now:

    Notice his Charlottesville agenda question – very “Andrea Mitchell” – all about trying to position a “push-Trump” narrative – 80% nasty Hillary question and “who cares” what the 20% answer is. This is the same guy who attacked “New Right” GWP reporter Lucian Wintrich in that very psy-op attack, reminiscent of that provocateur “journalist” Michelle Branch where she came at Trump and provoked Corey Lewandowski.

    (Hitler moustache added in the ensuing memes.)
    .

    This guy is trouble – treat like an agent of Hillary and the Ovomit State Department!

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    • churchmouse says:

      Thank you!

      Therein is a follow-up on Frank, the boy who wants to help maintain the White House grounds:

      ‘Finally, on a slightly lighter note, I’d like to announce that Frank from Falls Church, Virginia, whose letter I read last month offering his services to mow the White House lawn, will be here on Friday. He’ll work with the grounds-keeping crew here at the White House and will help cut the grass in the Rose Garden.

      ‘The President is committed to keeping the American Dream alive for kids like Frank, and we’re all looking forward to having him here.’

      Good for Frank!

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  10. Indimex says:

    Can only take so much! The bullshititis is thicker in that room than the smoke I’m currently breathing from the Oregon wildfire. I will never understand how it’s possible to have such a complete lack of awareness, 🤦🏽‍♂️🤷🏻‍♀️

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  11. Nailbanger says:

    Who is John Galt

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  12. I haven’t watched this yet but after yesterday’s I was thinking how worthless they are. The press does not ask any serious questions about anything the people would like to know. Just totally worthless waste of time. I can’t figure out why they are there; it certainly isn’t to find out anything worth while. It’s always interesting to hear the types of questions the foreign press asks when they are present; makes our guys look like fools.

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  13. Cosmic says:

    It seems to me that the fact the base hasn’t rebuffed PT in working with schumer and pelosi says we the people are just ready to get er done

    Liked by 4 people

  14. georgiafl says:

    The other day, Sarah referred referred to the WH press corps as a class….they certainly have middle school attitudes…

    Liked by 2 people

  15. keebler AC ovfefe says:

    There should be no confusion. Sunset for DACA expiry set by Obama was Sep 5. President Trump is giving businesses and DACA recipients 6 months to adjust. You have to give notice, and this is it.

    IF Congress wants DACA to continue they have to go back to drawing board and draft something reasonable. If it doesn’t pass President Trump’s mustard, in 2 years when fully terminated, the youngest DACA recipient at 16 years of age today will be an adult. NO DACA CHILDREN are being sent back.

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    • Zennalou says:

      Yes, I read and it is disappointing…
      From the article…..
      The five page document the President is now committed to signing refers to violence on the side of Neo Nazi protesters, but fails to mention Antifa, or any other leftist-inspired violence, including but not limited to the Bernie Sanders supporter who recently attempted to murder Republican congressmen.

      It demands signatories “speak out against hate groups that espouse racism, extremism, xenophobia, anti-Semitism, and White supremacy” — laudable aims were it not for the fact that the political left has abused and debased these terms, effectively stripping them of all meaning.

      Today, a “racist” is someone who believes in legal immigration. An “extremist” is someone who doesn’t believe in mass, state-funded abortion. A “xenophobe” is someone who takes pride in their nation. An “anti-Semite” is — curiously — someone who supports the State of Israel, and “white supremacy” now occupies the Oval Office. The Overton window has shifted so far that even practicing Muslims are now decried by the most heavily quoted sources as “Islamophobes”.

      Speaking of Islamophobia, why has that been left out of this resolution? Will there be — as Islamic supremacists often demand — a special case and motion for Muslims alone, to go before the President later this year? Will the White House be equally excited to sign what would effectively be a blasphemy law?

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      • georgiafl says:

        This will have to be challenged in the Supreme Court – as it violates the First Amendment.

        We cannot have Islamic Blasphemy Laws in the USA!!!!

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      • keebler AC ovfefe says:

        When I and others posted links to Charlottesville being a false flag set up by antifa, criticized Sessions for labelling the United Alt Righ with good proof, we were shot down as conspiracy theorists or overly demanding of the AG – well, those who refused to get involved to help Trump out with the correct narrative – you have NO ONE TO BLAME BUT YOURSELVES.

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        • Zennalou says:

          Oh, so now you are going to blame us for President Trump signing this.

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          • keebler AC ovfefe says:

            He doesn’t operate in a vacuum. Yes, absolutely, speaking up to help him is helping MAGA. It’s like Hurricane Harvey, it takes a lot of hands, especially if those hands help, rather than hinder in pushing down perfectly reasonable discussions. There was strong activity, not just minor, supporting Sessions and attacking those trying to bring awareness to the false flag. As soon as Sessions declared UAR a domestic terrorist group, there was no going back. But no one would stand up to Sessions and support Trump on his middle ground. So YES ABSOLUTELY.

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            • Zennalou says:

              Perhaps I should have written him on that issue, but frankly I have been too busy sending emails asking him not to cave on the DACA and other illegal border invader issues. Apparently, from the latest news, those emails were a waste of time.

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              • keebler AC ovfefe says:

                Zenna, I know you are one of the good guys.
                I was addressing the many, not the few like you. BB is often as bad as lamestream on the other extreme. Understand that PDJT’s goal is MAGA and nothing will stop him.

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  16. not2worryluv says:

    No Wall – No Amemsty to Dreamers!

    That’s what President Trump promised!

    Like President Trump said- some times you just gotta walk away!

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  17. BMG says:

    http://www.marketwatch.com/story/top-democrats-announce-daca-deal-with-trump-that-excludes-wall-funding-2017-09-13?siteid=bnbh

    WTH is going on here?

    Major Cave-In by POTUS. Building the Wall is excluded from this agreement. Trump got nothing.

    I think that yesterdays article on Infowars that Deep State is drugging Trump might actually be true.

    Holy Cow!

    Liked by 1 person

    • keebler AC ovfefe says:

      Careful reading lamestream news.
      President already said that the wall didn’t need to be in the negotiations. In fact, he already got approval for the wall. Just be careful before responding hook, line and sinker to lamestream wording. They know just how to put it, to make you disbelieve Trump.

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    • Zennalou says:

      I don’t think they are drugging him, I think he is very aware of what he is doing. Apparently he is not who he claimed to be on the campaign trail.

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      • georgiafl says:

        Don’t listen to or repeat that NeverTrumper garbage.

        Trump is not about to fold to the left.

        He is committed to American security, jobs, economy, rebuilding infrastructure, a sane functional health care system and tax reform.

        Trump has a CONTRACT WITH THE AMERICAN VOTER

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        • Zennalou says:

          I am not listening to the never trumpers, BB, Yahoo, or the AP. I am watching and listening to the message coming from p45 and his staff.

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        • AmericaFirst says:

          Thank you for posting that link to the Contract. While it is not nearly as thorough as I would have liked regarding minimizing the well-planned invasion of the US, it is still pretty amazing to see how many things in how many different areas President Trump has already accomplished or tried to accomplish, but for the Resist garbage. I feel that it is a useful tool, both for us to evaluate our progress, and to remind the Administration of our expectations.

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    • stella says:

      Did you read beyond the title? The article says clearly that the White House disputes the claim that the border wall funding was excluded.

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  18. wondering999 says:

    Sarah Sanders is the best
    “This president has done more for bipartisanship in the last 8 days than the Obama Administration did in 8 years.”
    Yes. Let’s get the job done instead of the party bickering against the interests of ordinary citizens

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  19. God the trolls are insufferable ……

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  20. wj2016 says:

    This is a clever psy op run by the dishonest Schumer and the early stage dementia Pelosi. Don’t believe anything these two say. I firmly believe that PT is not so foolish as to alienate the people that elected him.

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  21. Ned says:

    Is Trump cleaning out the swamp or has the swamp consumed Trump?
    With few exceptions like Stephen Miller, I see more swamp people around Trump than loyal supporters. Was the Iran deal ripped up and renegotiated? Wasn’t DACA supposed to end day one – return to their country and apply legally? Were Angel Moms props for votes? Have Americans resumed their seat in last place? I’m not a troll. Voted for Trump and wondering what is going on. Is DACA and other promises becoming Bush’s, “read my lips, no new taxes”, TRUSTS DEMS raises taxes and loses a second term. You can never trust DEMS and not sure how much you can trust the GOP… Yes, Do “:moderate” my replies. Critical questions need to be asked.

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  22. Ned says:

    I am EXTREMELY concerned about this!

    Keith Schiller is the current Director of Oval Office Operations. Prior to his appointment in the Trump administration, Schiller worked as the Director of Security for The Trump Organization and was the personal bodyguard to Donald Trump since 1999. He was a former NYC detective. I am most uncomfortable with Trump’s personal body guard leaving. I can’t believe Schiller is leaving for money. Trump is known to take care of his employees. Schiller is a longtime trusted friend. I don’t know, is Trump becoming more ISOLATED by General Kelly? It is rumored that Kelly was not cooperating with Schiller for access to Trump. It seems that one by one, Trump people are being picked off.

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  23. Big Jake says:

    She’s terrible. Too nervous. Doesn’t exude confidence. Can we PLEASE get someone with bearing?

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