President Trump Impromptu Presser En Route to North Carolina Fundraiser…

President Trump answered a few media questions prior to climbing aboard Marine One and heading to a fundraiser in North Carolina.

Topics include: North Korea, Rex Tillerson, ObamaCare, Chief-of-Staff John Kelly, Harvey Weinstein, and the Iran nuclear deal re-certification. WATCH:

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152 Responses to President Trump Impromptu Presser En Route to North Carolina Fundraiser…

  1. Bob Thoms says:

    Badda bing, badda boom.

    Liked by 17 people

  2. missmarple2 says:

    Thanks, Sundance!

    President Trump always fills me with confidence! He answered a variety of questions without any hesitation, even the one on Harvey Weinstein. (I KNEW that was coming!)

    Much appreciate you keeping an eye on things on a Saturday night!

    Liked by 29 people

  3. MM says:

    “remaining 7 YEARS”
    Heads exploding!

    Liked by 62 people

  4. WeThePeople2016 says:

    On Obamacare, he was talking about a possible 1-year deal with the Dems and then eventual block grants back to the states in which he said that is what the GOP wants. If that is what the GOP wants, then they need to get it done!

    Liked by 14 people

  5. rsanchez1990 says:

    Video has a really click baity title.

    Liked by 3 people

    • whoseyore says:

      Exactly what I was going to comment. Only thing that I can say is….you will see very soon what he is referring to. 🙂

      Liked by 6 people

    • LBB says:

      I’ve been trying to get a feeling for the NK comments lately. Never thought preemptive strike because never in PDJT’s comments/plan. Are the talks behind the scenes more often and serious than we hear ? Could solution come sooner than anticipated ? Would it be a final agreement that would both resolve closing Korean War and nuke ?
      Hope , wait and see, is as epic as lots of other PDJT’s doings.

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  6. like a BOSS! Donald Trump is so in COMMAND it’s ridiculous – one of the truly great all time LEADERS…relaxed and having fun with the thug puppet media attack dog press…
    think of it this way – nobody that even supports him can keep up with him, so imagine how far ahead he is of the left, who simply don’t get him at all!
    light years ‘O’
    They’ll NEVER be able to remove him from office…he’s DOING too much


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  7. JohnnyII says:

    “Now, go home and rest” 🙂 Cute

    Liked by 23 people

  8. SeekerOfTruth says:

    Kelly loves what he is doing. He is doing a great job. He will be with me for the Next 7 Years.
    Tillerson and I get along fine. I just wish he would be tougher at times.

    Sometimes Tillerson and Kelly and I have a difference of opinion. That does not mean we do not like and respect each other and get along well.

    To the sheep liberals any difference of opinion is not allowed and is bad. For rational people differences are welcomed in the discussion to arrive at the best answer.

    So the press all think any time someone in PDJT administration has a difference of opinion on something, that means PDJT hates them and they will be gone.

    Bottom Line:
    So to the press any normal difference of opinion = Bad they are fighting , they will be gone.

    Liberals are afraid of logical rational discussions. They run from them or just reply with name calling. They cannot fathom people discussing differences openly as normal behavior and normal business.

    Liked by 33 people

    • SeekerOfTruth says:

      snowflakes in general all over cannot tolerate hearing a difference of opinion. And all MSM press are snowflakes.

      Liked by 11 people

    • Lucille says:

      Seeker, lefties must have some of the worst personal relationships in history such is their lack of understanding of how to work with and partner with others.

      Liked by 6 people

      • crossrib says:

        This comment is for both Lucille and SeekerOfTruth re: differences of opinion. Excellent insights. Short and to the point analysis that provokes thoughtfulness.

        Liked by 2 people

    • Curry Worsham says:

      They forgot that this was considered a good thing.

      Liked by 3 people

      • JimmyJack says:

        Have you read the book The Found Brothers? That is an ongoing theme in that as well. The most obvious example seems to be Jefferson and Adams or Hamilton & Jefferson but all the founding brothers seemed to have issues with one another that propelled them to excel.

        Just as gold and silver are refined by fire, we are God’s chosen people.

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      • Lindenlee says:

        Can’t stand him. Suspended habeas corpus. Hated the blacks. Worshipped at the altar of “union” above sovereignty of the states, destroyed a country and a whole region of people, whose wounds during Reconstruction have still not healed. Hate that man. Tyranny.

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        • boogywstew says:

          If you’re speaking about Abraham Lincoln you couldn’t be more wrong. If your sources are leftist college revisionist history text books than you need to study another perspective.


          • Kroesus says:

            other than hating blacks nothing he has said are disputed by historical facts……Lincoln DID in fact suspend habeas corpus for the duration and violated the constitution of the country he proposed to “save”……reminds me of the saying during Vietnam where they would say they destroyed the village in order to save it….how in the world can you justify saving the “union” by violating its founding document?

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            • Tonawanda says:

              1) The right of writs of habeas corpus are granted in Article I, Section 9, clause 2 of the Constitution, which states, “The Privilege of the Writ of Habeas Corpus shall not be suspended, unless when in Cases of Rebellion or Invasion the public Safety may require it.”

              2) Lincoln was scrupulous in following the Constitution with respect to slavery. That is why he was hated by Democrats (and scorned by Abolitionists as well, who argued that God’s law trumped the Constitution).

              3) The ultimate and exclusive goal of the Democrats was the defense of slavery, not only as a Constitutional right, but as a positive good, similar to how Democrats today defend abortion as a positive good.

              4) I agree with Lincoln that America was a unique and probably unrepeatable Gift to mankind, the sole historical phenomenon of a nation committed to freedom and equality before the law. That is what he was protecting, and that is what the Democrats hated with the hatred one can expect from defenders of slavery.

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              • Lindenlee says:

                That argument is kind of like what the lefties always talk about, and many EOs do too… That is times of “national emergency”, the Bill of Rights can be suspended. Pray tell, exactly when is it that we need to have the safeguarding of our rights from God protected even more? Is it not in a time of national emergency? The principle of habeas corpus is in the Bible, and most of the concept of our rights came from that book.

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                • Tonawanda says:

                  The suspension of the writ of habeas corpus is in the Constitution. I quoted it. Your argument is with the Founding Fathers.

                  BTW, nobody said the “Bill of Rights” can be suspended.

                  The Democrats thought they were in rebellion. So did Lincoln.


            • boogywstew says:

              “Lindenlee” HATES Abraham Lincoln and calls him a “tyrant”. John Wilkes Booth shared the same feelings and said the same thing. You back up “Lindelee’s” opinions as facts, other than the comment about hating blacks. So you agree that Lincoln “… destroyed a country and a whole region of people …”? You are aware that someone with “Lindelee’s” sentiments murdered Lincoln before Reconstruction started after the war? I don’t worship at any “altar of union above sovereignty of states” but Sanctuary States are just Confederate States Lite.


              • Lindenlee says:

                I suggest your study the Morrill Tariff, one of many oppressive tariffs imposed by the North. Study the efforts of the mercantilist North to use the Southern tariffs ro finance the North. The taeiffs made southern everyday goods very expensive, and the North was furious because merchant ships started docking in Southern ports and overlanding their goods to save money.

                The South had a perfect right to secede, under the understanding of the federalist nature of the Union at the time. The South was also mainly of an Anti-federalist stripe, while the industrial North was Federalist. I suggest you read the writings of Richard Henry Lee in the Federalist Papers to understand the essential differences in outlook, which ran very deep and were quite oppositional to each other.

                The War for Southern Independence had complicated and multi-faceted causes, of which slavery was but ONE. Wars and conflicts are rarely simple and cannot be reduced to platitudes. Read history with an open mind and learn.

                As far as Reconstruction.. . The wounds from this ran so deep that Gen. Marshall, when creating the Marshall Plan after WWII, said that he lerned from the terrible tragedies of it what NOT to do in the Plan.

                History and truth.


        • TreeClimber says:

          Good to know there’s another Confederate on here… our country is still suffering from Reconstruction! (And what everyone always ignores is that the CSA *did* secede, and therefore to bring the South back into the Union was, in fact, conquest of another country – the only time, to my knowledge, that the United States conquered and incorporated another country.

          Why was the Underground Railroad all the way to Canada if the blacks were welcome in the Union?
          When did the war start? When was the Emancipation Proclamation?
          What of Sherman?
          Does anyone here know that the CSA Constitution actually had a slowly-imposed ban on slavery?
          Reconstruction has not constructed anything but misery.
          Affirmative Action.

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          • Covfefe-USA says:

            Having re-watched the Ken Burns epic Civil War series – the last time about 6 mos ago – I was left with a completely different view of the ‘causus belli’ and an understanding of tyranny. The razing of Atlanta was stunning, the complete devastation of much of the Southern states and its citizens was overkill. We’re still dealing with the consequences of no insight nor planning by the govt for what to do with several million freed blacks – people who were terribly lacking in so many ways, and easily the subject of manipulation and the evils of men.


    • fred2w says:

      The Left are basically the Borg from Star Trek who also fear freedom of thought.

      Liked by 5 people

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  10. Pam says:

    How awesome is this man?

    Best comment to the press:

    “Do you people ever rest?” LOL

    Liked by 19 people

  11. SeekerOfTruth says:

    Coded message to Republicans.

    temp 1 year deal with Dems on Obamacrea to make it better then let Republicans drive it back to the states. That is what they want (or say they want).

    Round two with Dems.
    Round 1 deal with Dems for debt ceiling and temp budget to free up time to work on tax plan.
    Repubs are looking more and more foolish in full public view..

    Sending decoder rings to Repubs in case they cannot figure out the message.
    Can you image the R humiliation if PDJT succeeds in a 1 year Obamacare deal with Dems and R’s have done nothing but talk and fail.

    Liked by 10 people

    • mimbler says:

      I would be against that. It is kind of the pottery barn in reverse, you fix it, you own it.
      If he crutches it for a year, it is his, and it is extremely tough to explain why you can’t just crutch it for one more year, and one more year, and one more year…
      The GOPe would love that, as it accomplishes what their donors want without them getting the hands dirty. They will even make “principled” speeches against PDJT for having done it.

      Liked by 3 people

      • If Dems step in with a one year bandaid for ObamaCare, they STILL own it.

        President Trump just helped America along until he can replace the Uniparty.

        Liked by 3 people

        • mimbler says:

          Dems are in the minority. IMHO, if PDJT encourages this and gets enough repub votes to pass it, he indeed does own it.
          I respect that you disagree with this.

          Liked by 1 person

          • I don’t disagree with you. But the only thing he will own is following the Constitution.

            The 10th Amendment: “The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.”

            Well, do you see anything in the Constitution prohibiting health-care by the states or delegating to the Federal Government to provide health-care for all citizens?

            No? Then, IMHO, PTrump is just doing his job…….

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            • Kroesus says:

              you defeat your own argument in your comment…….none of the ENUMERATED powers in the US Constitution give the federal government the power to regulate or fund medical care…..libs/progs attempt to justify it by citing the “common good” in the preamble but that is not a stipulated power and is instead a condition or status the government should seek to achieve…….Trump by coordinating/compromising with the Dimms will in fact be in violation of the constitution even if his end goal does follow the spirit and letter of constitutional law


            • mimbler says:

              The story is that he is going to temporarily prop up O’care for a year.
              That is not following the 10th amendment IMHO.
              That is exactly why I don’t support it.

              Liked by 1 person

        • Phil aka Felipe says:

          Agree, BlackKnight.

          Dems gave us ObamaCare and Republicans showed they were impotent with their promises to repeal and replace.

          Trump wasn’t there when all that crap happened.

          He’s the only FIXER on the scene.

          Doesn’t matter what Trump does, the Uni-Party does owns it lock, stock, and barrel.

          Trump will be standing tall on the top of their political carcasses when the dust settles.

          2018 and 2020 are just around the corner.

          Liked by 1 person

      • And RINO-Republicans’ failure makes THEIR wing of the Uniparty own ObamaCare’s pain, too.

        Liked by 1 person

        • mimbler says:

          I agree with you on this one -unless PDJT saves them by crutching O’care. I just don’t see an up side to him doing this.

          Liked by 1 person

        • Martin says:

          Either way, regardless of which side takes a political hit, Trump will be the one seen as trying to move it along. Not owning it, but trying to cajole the Congresscritters into doing their jobs. Pretty effective, for a non-politician.

          Liked by 5 people

          • H.R. says:

            Good point, Martin. The Dems ‘created’ OCare and the GOPeGOATS were supposed to fix it.

            President Trump is clearly (to Joe and Jane Avrage American) just trying to fix the problem: OCare is collapsing. He doesn’t own the problem or the fix. The Legislative Branch owns the problem.


      • fedback says:

        How can the Republicans speak against it. They had the chance to repeal and replace and blew it

        Liked by 3 people

      • formerdem says:

        because obamacare rules are very tough for some of us and he is in haste to fix that. God bless him. he is in haste just because of that one thing.


    • Lucille says:

      You’re firing on all cylinders today, Seeker. From now on I’m using your phraseology…the “Talk and Fail Congress” or “Talk and Fail Uniparty” or “Talk and Fail Repubs.”

      Liked by 2 people

  12. Joe says:

    Liking the silver hair look. Works for him.

    Liked by 18 people

  13. I would love to see what FLOTUS is wearing for the fund raising! May be she’s not going?

    Liked by 1 person

  14. So cool, so calm , so relaxed and yet assertive. Rapid fire answers right on target, controlled zingers (NBC) to the point of near comedy. Listening to disjointed pres-gaggle trying to get a foot-hold semblance of self control is entertainment. Then, as always, before he leaves…releases a squirrel for them to chase into the bushes (Iran) as he flies off. Great president.

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  15. Good one! Keep these prestitutes guessing! “You’ll see very soon”!! Lol!

    Liked by 6 people

  16. Convert says:

    ‘Don’t you people ever rest? … Now go home and rest.” The question is when does he ever rest??!!

    Liked by 12 people

  17. HA!!! Are we having fun yet????

    “the remaining 7 years” POW

    Liked by 19 people

  18. Curry Worsham says:

    Positively Reaganesque, er, Trumpesque!

    Liked by 4 people

  19. Stuart Cvrk says:

    I’ve got a real problem with doing a fundraiser in NC, as Burr and Tillis are HORRIBLE swamp creatures. They both need to be primaried and replaced at the next possible opportunities.



    • President Trump has given Sec of State T-Rex the job of cutting “good-guy” DIPLOMATIC Deals.

    • President Trump has given Sec of Commerce Wilburine the job of cutting “America-First” Bilateral TRADE Deals … and inflicting MAJOR sanctions pain for obstruction and delays.

    • President Trump has given Sec of Defense Mad Dog Mattis then job of creating capabilities to ANNIHILATE any enemy and demonstrating that we can and will do it at an unexpected time and place of our choosing.

    • President Trump has given himself the job of demonstrating how America will EITHER be nations’ BEST FRIEND or WORST ENEMY and wielding ALL of our ULTIMATE HAMMERS with unmatched decisiveness and speedy to make it happen.d


    • Tillerson probably wishes he could be the good-guy in trade deals.

    • Mattis probably wishes he could let himself off the hook if and when military action becomes inevitable.

    • Ross is so good at his job, he wishes President Trump could cut him loose sooner.

    • PDJT probably appreciates the opportunity for nations to fear or celebrate his capacity to massively deploy America’s resources in successfully and concurrently meeting more domestic and international crises than any international leader in history – in just his first 8 months.

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  21. Midwest Mom says:

    Not a day goes by where I am not grateful I Iistened to my friend in Sept 2016–she encouraged me to listen to Trump’s speeches and read what he had to say. I did, got my act together and proudly cast my vote for Donald Trump. I haven’t regretted it once.

    Liked by 23 people

  22. ElGato says:

    Can you imagine what ol’ shuck and jive would have said? So proud of President Trump.

    Liked by 7 people

  23. The reins of this Nation were not being held by anyone and the chariot was approaching the precipice. Now we have capable American loving hands on the reins and the chariot is coming under control. Our many enemies are furious & frightened. Soon they will adjust or perish.

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  24. WeThePeople2016 says:

    It looks like it is happening next week on Obamacare. I despise this law, but I hope that if Trump does too much on it without the GOP, it is going to let the GOPe off the hook for doing anything. Also, the law has not been officially repealed. It has to get done, because down the road, if we get a Dem President (God forbid), he/she will resurrect Obamacare just as fast as you can say go if it has not been officially repealed.

    Trump to sign order rolling back health insurance regulations: report

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  25. rashamon says:

    Yessiree, Bob. The gentleman has his dominoes lined up. Looks great! Knows his stuff. Is shaping his people to their roles. He is no one’s fool.

    I watched most of “Murrow” while caretaking today. Too soon we forget of what perils we wslk and how close we came to being just one more servile citizenship. We lucked out with the right person at the right time who has the stamina to tolerate the morons trying to destroy the best chance of people living free.

    Bless all of you for fighting so hard to regain a foothold. We can do this. We have the right person to lead us and we are smart.

    Sundance, stay the course. Little did I know in 2012 that a small blurb leading me to this site would be such a life changing experience.

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    • Thurstan says:

      Allowing cross border insurance groups will lower premiums due to more intense competition from larger carriers and associated economies of scale. As private premium rates fall Ocare folks will flee to cheaper private policies, which will cause even higher Ocare premiums. The EO accelerates Ocare downward spiral while giving relief to private policy holders. He knows Dems won’t bite at new Ocare deal. To do so would be to admit that Ocare isn’t working and is a failure. PDJT is just demonstrating his good faith attempts to deal and to make clear the necessity to make the executive order when every other avenue (Dem and Rep) has failed.

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      • Thurstan says:

        Dems won’t do anything, Reps won’t do anything, so I, PDJT, will fix the problem. He will inject capitalism (no more insurance fiefdoms) into the health care system, and true capitalism will fix it. Government never operates as well as capitalism.

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      • Lindenlee says:

        He is re-ordering the 3 steps that were told to us before. The elimination ofmthe mandates and all he wanted to do initially for the budget matters were to come first, to meet the bufgetbdeadline. Then were the administrative changes he and Price could make through the executive branch. Then, then the legislative changes.

        He is doing step 2 now, because step 1 was not done. This step WILL, IMHO change the budget talks in December and onward. The effects will be almost immediate. He is giving the insurance companies time to change, offer new policies, and letting them know that because they will havs larger markets, they will not have bailouts. Trading. Brilliant.

        Next is tort reform. Justice department. Lawyers will squeal, wholly-owned subsidiary of the Dims. Trump will find a way to talk about “protecting the policy holders from the greedy lawyers who drive everyone’s rates up” while protecting those who have been injuried. Doctors will rejoice and stay in practice.

        He will find a way to eviscerate Ocare piece by piece, while liit implodes on itself. The screams from the impotent Left will be music to my ears.


    • dekester says:

      It was 2015 for us. Our outlook on all things political ( and other stuff too.) is directly linked to coming across this site, and its terrific posters.

      Thank you

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    • Covfefe-USA says:

      This is now the only place I come for news and analysis. Will sometimes watch Lou Dobbs and occasionally Stu Varney. That’s it. Have dropped Breitbart; long ago left Drudge. Sundance, thank-you, indeed, you give fresh breath and meaning to what O’Reilly called “the no spin zone”!

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  26. jahealy says:

    PDJT is amused by the pitiful presstitutes. The lion stopped briefly on the lawn to bat a few lesser mammals around just for the heck of it. Love it. 🙂

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  27. NewNonna!!! says:

    Loved this quick presser. President Trump is a cool cucumber and as brilliant, sharp and witty as ever. How I love this man. How proud he makes me.

    Did anyone else think they saw an ear piece in his left ear??? Secret Service furnished, maybe?? Don’t know if I was seeing things. Hmmmmmmm….

    Love his rocking his natural hair color! He’s not alone in that, and good for him!!!

    I encourage anyone thinking of stopping their addiction to the bottle (hair dye or alcohol, whichever) to suck it up and give it up. The freedom it gives is amazing!!! 😜👍🏼

    As we sang as our recessional song in church tonight, God bless America!! 🙏🏼❤️🇺🇸❤️🙏🏼

    And our handsome, viral, cunningly smart, funny, protective Lion in Chief, President Trump.


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  28. Dash says:

    The more I hear him the more I love him.

    Liked by 3 people

  29. Michelle says:

    Every time I see a video of Trump, I always think the same thing: I love our President Trump!

    He is always so real. I have never seen a president actually answer questions like he does. It’s ridiculous that we have been so deprived in the past of actually having a president who can talk to people and responds like a human and not a two-faced robot.

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  30. Sean Supsky says:

    Wow, they’re like scavenging animals begging for scraps.






    Harmful bacteria.



    Wow, none of those terms describe them appreciably.

    More like a congress of soul-suckers

    Liked by 1 person

  31. Sean Supsky says:

    Silver hair denotes wisdom and learning.

    (Read the book of P.R.O.V.E.R.B.S. for more insight.)

    Like the elder sitting at the gate, watching over their flock.

    He is the chosen shepard of the nation at this time.

    He looks more dignified (as another 🌲er has pointed out) and serious.

    The mantle has been taken and he wears it with reverence.

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