President Trump and Vietnam President Quang Joint Press Conference – 10:20pm Livestream…

At 10:20am (local) / 10:20pm (U.S. EST) President Trump and President Quang will be holding a joint press conference from the Presidential Palace, Hanoi, Vietnam.

UPDATE: Video Added

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President Trump pushed back against the ridiculous questions about Russian election conspiracy and knocks the nonsense out of the ballpark. GREAT ANSWER (Video Segment Below)

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135 Responses to President Trump and Vietnam President Quang Joint Press Conference – 10:20pm Livestream…

  1. sundance says:

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  2. sunnydaze says:

    Looks like FNC will carry this on TV, but no one else of the cable groups, including all 3 business channels.

    If you wanna see Anthony Burbain (or whatever the heck his name is- the guy who eats his way ’round the globe) tho, he’s in Hanoi (?????) Go CNN!!!

    Liked by 1 person

  3. Publius2016 says:

    This is going to be a good one! Extreme Media is quadrupling down and deserve a MAGA counterpunch!

    Liked by 1 person

  4. rumpole2 says:

    I was gonna advise Trump..

    In Viet Nam….. “Don’t mention the war!”

    He Just mentioned THE WAR!!

    I think he got away with it 🙂

    Liked by 9 people

  5. dekester says:

    CNN carried it live..still are I think.

    How can they not, and not be further ridiculed

    Liked by 2 people

  6. Curry Worsham says:

    “Spontaneous” question and Quang reads the answer? And again?

    Liked by 3 people

  7. sunnydaze says:

    A$$ from FNC asking about Russia. In Vietnam.

    Thank God Trump knows how to weave it back to what’s happening in Asia.

    Liked by 11 people

  8. wheatietoo says:

    Woah, woah, woah!

    President is throwing down right now, at John Roberts of Fox!

    Liked by 10 people

  9. snarkybeach says:

    PDJT just lit into the presstitutes for their Russia Russia Russia nonsense. I love my president!!!

    Liked by 14 people

  10. bflyjesusgrl says:

    “His Excellency, Donald Trump”. 🤗

    Liked by 10 people

  11. once again, our media embarrasses themselves.

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  12. Curry Worsham says:

    This is apparently the tweet that was referenced.
    Too funny!

    Liked by 19 people

  13. MaineCoon says:

    Wants the USA’s MIA’s remains from Viet Nam War.

    That is a huge statement.

    Liked by 18 people

    • MaineCoon says:

      Afterthought: In my opinion, this might be the heart of why President Trump is there. For all of us who were of age of that war, we know the deep pain of the MIA issue afterwards. This is what he wants. He wants to bring them home.

      Liked by 19 people

      • Grandma Covfefe says:

        Vietnam POWs and MIAs bracelets really still has an impact on us during that horrific time….we all still think of them.

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        • MaineCoon says:

          Yes. It was hard to watch his day in Viet Nam. In fact I thought President Trump countenance was troubled, disturbed. This has to be one of the hardest things, if not the hardest, that he has had to do in his Presidency.

          I will always remember that he chose to do this. He did not have to go to Viet Nam. In the presser, this was the one very animated statements he made. – the request for the remains of our soldiers.

          To stand there before the world on Viet Nam soil he asked and said ‘it means so much to the families (paraphrasing), it would bring closure for them, our veterans and us.

          He would bring honor to our Viet Nam vets who returned and were dishonored.

          Thak you President Trump.

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        • 17CatsInTN says:

          I still have mine.

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      • fleporeblog says:

        He absolutely wants our boys returned home! On Veterans Day he makes this announcement in Vietnam 🇻🇳! I have tears in my eyes! Thank you 🙏 MaineCoon for pointing it out.

        Liked by 13 people

      • suejeanne1 says:

        John McCain, are you paying attention?

        Liked by 1 person

    • Sylvia Avery says:

      I’m so glad he brought that up. So glad.

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  14. I don’t think our media understands how insulting their behavior is to the host country. It’s like they ignore where they are…and ask questions irrelevant to the host country. In China, they do not show the ceremonies the country put on to honor our POTUS which is insulting China….our media just has such small minds.

    Liked by 20 people

  15. tvollrath66 says:

    i think he set them up to cover this. lol. he is great!

    Liked by 3 people

  16. sundance says:

    President Trump knocked that response to the Putin (Russia) question out of the park….

    Brilliantly outlined retort.

    Liked by 28 people

  17. chooseamerica says:

    We’re in the middle of an historic trip and all the U.S. press can come up with is Trump/Putin and Russia.

    The ignoramuses obviously need to see more of us cutting our cable!! The lack of money is the only thing that will show them whose opinion counts….the deplorables!!! Bring it on!!

    Liked by 7 people

    • Wendy says:

      I think PTrump baited the MSM on purpose and expected the Mah Russia question. I think he also tweeted about Kim Jung Eun just a couple hours before the press conference. He obviously knew the press will ask question about it as well instead of trade issue. I can only conclude that he baited them on purpose because he wanted them cover this press conference. He will bring the world peace by making practical deals with other nations instead of using proxy wars by terrorists like Obama did.

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  18. sundance says:

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  19. sundance says:

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  20. joeknuckles says:

    What are Brennan and Clapper going to talk about on the Sunday shows now? Trump referenced the current heads of the intelligence agencies. These hacks can’t possibly know what the current intelligence is. All they can do is say what the intelligence was up until 1-20-17, which is already on record as being pretty thin on Russia, Russia, Russia. Let’s hope they talk their way into trouble.

    Liked by 3 people

    • Tegan says:

      JoeK…you mentioned Brennan and Clapper can’t possibly know what current intelligence is….however, I believe there are enough “moles”, anti-Trumpers, in those agencies that keep them fully informed. On the other hand, they really can’t admit to inside knowledge without outing their sources.

      Liked by 1 person

  21. lfhbrave says:

    I believe the family name comes first in Vietnamese, same as Korean names and Chinese names. It is President Tran, not Quang.

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    • A2 says:

      You are correct. Tran is his surname followed by his middle and given name. However, there are very few surnames and about 11% of the population have Tran as a surname. So it is common in everyday life, the press and even in official situations to call someone by their given name preceded by their title. His given name, Quang means ‘brilliant’ and his middle name means ‘virtue’.

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  22. Pam says:

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  23. Pam says:

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  24. suejeanne1 says:

    The President of Vietnam deserved to have that press conference – worked very hard to make the whole meeting a success – the American news media is an embarrassment.

    Liked by 12 people

    • Tegan says:

      I’m beginning to think any media that gets clearance to cover these overseas trips MUST attend a protocol class, on EACH, nation regarding what is expected and acceptable. It is not too much to ask and if the news corporations resist, then those reporters/camera personnel simply are not in the official gaggle.

      Liked by 5 people

    • Chuck says:

      The American media IS a disgrace but keep in mind that the rest of the world doesn’t revolve around what the msm says or does.

      Liked by 2 people

  25. A2 says:

    Many years ago I gave a series of talks to mid-level Vietnamese officials. I was talking extemporaneously, and sometimes words just fall out of one’s mouth and I somehow made a sardonic reference to the French within the subject under discussion. When I realized the context and the audience I too laughed.

    When they left they gave a parting gift of a painting by a Vietnamese artist. It portrayed a darkened room with a table loaded with books, and a peasant hat thrown to one side lighted by a lamp. I do not think I need to elaborate the metaphor. It is a cherished gift.

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  26. The hacks will be on CNN today! I’ll wait for SD to post all the lies they are going to spew on CNN!

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  27. joshua says:

    Vietnam in 1975…neither Democrats nor Republicans could settle this mess.

    Vietnam in 2017…President Donald J. Trump welcomed with open arms and respect

    SO WHAT CHANGED?
    Covfefe MAGA

    Liked by 1 person

  28. POP says:

    There is a disturbing contrast between US and Vietnamese Vietnam war vets revealed by this visit that perhaps reflect the national cultures .
    I make no judgement on the reasons, just observe that it seems the Vietnamese vets are resilient, tough and small businessmen often working with their families and getting on with it while many in the US are not. Self pitying, emotionally unstable, traumatised by things that the Vietnamese seem to have confronted and moved on. This half century of self indulgent hand wringing by many US Vietnam vets is not a great example to US kids.
    You might not like this but you know it’s true.

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    • rikster says:

      Put the brakes on. The Vietnamese were fighting for their homeland. Our vets were fighting for abstract goals with only brothers in arms to support them. Big diff. It took years for the American Viet Vets to be recognized as heroes and not baby killers.

      Liked by 1 person

      • POP says:

        Alas, US VN vets seem to be the first group of professional victims.
        Keep crying on the President’s shoulder for public validation of your victimhood….. I’d personally be ashamed beyond words to do such a thing.
        The kids are watching and learning how to behave…..as always.

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      • Deb says:

        We were fighting to keep the communists from otherthrowing the government, which we were allied with.

        The communists were not fighting for their homeland, they were fighting to inflict a tyrannical communist regime on the entire nation. Millions of people in Vietnam still suffer to this day and live under tyranny with few basic civil rights.

        Whether we should have been involved is another story. But don’t paint the Viet Cong as freedom fighters. Too many of our loved ones and posters experienced their brutality and hatred first hand. Ho Chi Minh was evil.

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        • KPomeroy says:

          The women of Vietnam were fighting for their lives, fighting to save their homes and their children from American massacres. These same women were “Viet Cong” when they wore black shirts, and “allies of the US” when they wore white shirts, for example when going to the grocery store. The Americans fell for the ruse.

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      • rikster says:

        Not painting them as anything. Not sticking up for them either but facts are facts, they were in their own country. I’m sticking up for our vets.

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        • Deb says:

          I just wanted to say that we were not just fighting for abstract ideas, we were fighting for the people of South Vietnam. And we were lot fighting against people fighting “for their homeland.” Communists want to dominate and enslave, period.

          I didn’t mean to impugn you personally or your motives for posting. It’s a passionate topic for me; my uncle and my mother’s cousin have deep psychological scars and some lesser physical scars because of their time in Vietnam. I don’t know if we should have gotten involved there, perhaps we should have stayed out. But the people who did go there were serving our country and fighting tyranny.

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          • Maquis says:

            The only person here doing the impugning is the one you responded to here.

            My respects to your family. I have little for sh*tposters on CTH, of all places.

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            • rikster says:

              Don’t call me a shit poster, I was responding to the guy dissing our vets, saying they are hand wringers. Don’t read pieces, read the entire post before spewing venom.

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              • Maquis says:

                Kind Sir, I always read, it’s not venom, and it wasn’t directed at you in any other fashion than to affirm your thoughts.

                “The only person here doing the impugning is THE ONE YOU RESPONDED TO HERE.”

                –Meaning, the guy above you that was dissing our Veterans, the one you and I and surely others have sought to set straight here.

                Sorry that wasn’t clear.

                🖖

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                • rikster says:

                  Sorry about that. There was some confusion between Deb and myself. I probably wasn’t clear enough in my initial post. I was just trying to point out that our troops, at the time had to deal with the John Kerry’s and their ilk while the North Vietnamese troops were treated as heroes by their own people. Last thing I would do is impune our troops. My father served with Patton, my uncle on Iwo Jima, and my wife’s uncle was in command of the USS Liberty when it was attacked. Anyway thank you. 🙂

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                • Maquis says:

                  No worries Brother.

                  We’ve all been there!

                  Defending our Vets, the continual Founders of our Freedom, is our duty and privilege.

                  My favorite Sunday drives while in Germany were to my favorite uncle’s favorite uncle’s grave in Henri-Chappelle, Belgium, not an hour from my home. Just Beautiful, et la paix la!

                  I was the first family to visit. Eventually got my favorite uncle over for a Veterans’ Day ceremony there, in uniform, sitting in the next of kin section right up front.

                  The Missing Man Formation, performed by our own A-10’s, was breath-taking. Four jets approached low, directly towards the viewers, then, not long before passing over, the number three bird suddenly pulls up sharply and climbs steeply, disappearing into the Heavens, while his wingmen continue their sojourn, preserving the gap between them that his departure created. Can’t even write about it without getting dust in my eyes.

                  I salute your family, those who served, those who supported them, prayed for them, sacrificed in their absence. It is indeed an heritage worth defending.

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    • Maquis says:

      No, we know no such thing.

      No American Veterans have ever been reviled and ridiculed and spat upon, ever, especially not after being thrust into the meat-grinder of an unpopular war we never intended to win that had no clear bearing on the well-being and security of our Country.

      Sixty-Five Thousand or so souls lost, to a vicious enemy that brutalized captives, a twelve year war, a generation lost, our longest war to that day.

      The first war televised, with frightening newsclips every evening, deliberately terrorizing a Nation, with fools like John Kerry demonizing every American Combatant as wanton baby-killers. With welcoming Committees composed entirely of screaming Leftist agitators hurling epithets and literally spitting upon returning troops.

      It was a nightmare. Unprecedented in politicalization, and intentional destruction of our unity and resolve. Unheard of denigration, and completely UnAmerican abuse of Veterans, KIA, MIA, and POWs.

      Such sentiments as espressed above are typically the province of Leftist haters that happily use force when it suits their goals, but destroy the involuntary participants when their mission does not further Socialism. It is shameful. Spitefully gratuitously shameful.

      Sad.

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      • POP says:

        Crying in a corner won’t help. Whining is shameful.
        The more time I spend overseas the more the child-like emotional maturity of some homeland dwellers becomes obvious.

        The Vietnamese lost 1.5 to 2 million, much of it to massive firepower, 50 years later they’ve moved on.
        Victimology is as American as apple pie, it seems. In the end the sun comes up and goes down each day, spend the day as you wish…the sun does care.

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        • POP says:

          doesn’t care

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        • Maquis says:

          Your perspective is clear.

          Your sight? Not so much.

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        • mopar2016 says:

          “The more time I spend overseas………”
          Like the bumper sticker said back in the day- America love it or leave it.

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          • Maquis says:

            I’ve spent enough time overseas to see how easy it could be to absorb a fatal dose of Anti-Americanism. It is the national pastime in many places. Places we freed from others, or themselves.

            This attitude is part of the Left’s continuing denigration and minimization of Vietnam Vets that have had to fight here for a fraction of the recognition we freely and rightly give to Vets that served in other theaters.

            The Swift-Boat Vets took down Kerry. Our Vietnam Vets, by their very existence, continue to threaten the narrative the Anti-War/Anti-American Left created.

            The Left is often obsessed with abusing our Troops because they merit, and occasionally receive, recognition and assistance from the Government and Public.

            They suppose that they themselves merit this, that EVERYONE does, except that their disposable dogs of war do not, and whine that it’s “not fair” that they don’t get to dispense governmental largesse as THEY see fit. This is the only “whining” I’ve heard.

            Sad.

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            • POP says:

              The US left attempt to criminalise speech they disagree with. Resist the temptation to join them. One of the sad abiding characteristics of the homeland is that disagreement is hate.

              The reality will be unappealing to you.
              The Vietnam war finished 40 odd years ago. Whatever happened is gone, ancient history,
              to be living that resentment 40 years later is emotionally and intellectually immature and personally debilitating. A personal crutch for many it seems.

              If you want some inspiration look at how the Vietnamese have dealt with it. Or keep making excuses.

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              • Maquis says:

                Your assertions regarding my character, motivations and mindset are infantile and insulting, and deeply offensive.

                Obviously deliberatively so.

                Seeking your motive doesn’t interest me, your methods speak loudly enough.

                This is junior-high-level passive-agressiveness and unworthy of Sundance’s blog, nor of my further attention.

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                • POP says:

                  🙂
                  Projecting won’t help your desire to justify a large class of crying Vietnam veterans 40 years after the event.

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    • KPomeroy says:

      It’s harder emotionally to be the attacker than to be the attacked. Guilt, karma, whatever.

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  29. applevista says:

    Somewhere along the line too many Americans became pink hat wearing “wuzzies” lacking mental toughness.

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