President Trump Impromptu Presser En Route To West Palm Beach….

President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump depart White House en route to West Palm Beach, Florida and their Mar-a-Lago resort residence where the first family will gather for Thanksgiving.

President Trump delivers remarks to the press pool and answers some questions:

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123 Responses to President Trump Impromptu Presser En Route To West Palm Beach….

  1. herbie says:

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  2. After seeing another point of view of these pressers all I an say is wow what a pack of hyenas our President has to put up with.

    Liked by 17 people

  3. fleporeblog says:

    It won’t even be close!

    Liked by 26 people

  4. MVW says:

    McConnell is on his own on the Roy Moore fiasco. Maybe McConnell will backtrack… if he is smart and wants to keep his job, especially after the 2018 elections.

    Liked by 7 people

  5. Ghostrider says:

    My thought of the day: The job of the feminist is not done until the US birth rate falls to zero.

    Liked by 8 people

  6. CountryclassVulgarian says:

    It’s going to be fantastic to see the UniParty’s diabolical plot to take over the Senate fail spectacularly

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  7. Niagara Frontier says:

    Great presser! This is always a difficult venue with Marine One roaring in the background. I know the press used the noise factor against Reagan regularly, making him appear hard of hearing. The President seems to be okay with it, but I don’t trust the press not to manipulate these situations in their favor.

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    • jrapdx says:

      Thing is at 71 years old, the President like anyone his age is subject to age-related hearing loss, “presbycusis” in the audiology field. But even younger people are having similar problems, attributed to exposure to loud music, etc.

      No shame in it, though if the President develops hearing loss wouldn’t be surprised if the “press” makes a big deal of it. The proper response is “so what?” and if it comes to it I don’t think PDJT would have any trouble at all saying it.

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    • JC says:

      I agree, NF, but I think these impromptu, noise-infested pressers do have their positive side. While we strain to hear and find them annoying, they do serve to:
      •Force the press Operatives to keep their questions brief, with little subversive editorialism.
      •Show the world straight-up how accessible, well-versed and quick on his feet our President truly is, without the excessive, shouted interruptions of the press in other settings. The focus is on the President much more than it is the press.
      •Continue to reinforce the reality of our President’s commitment to putting Americans first. He takes the time to speak to us even as he’s departing for some well-deserved personal time.

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  8. Sound like he might campaign for Moore next week; also sounds like he had a phone conversation with Putin…where does he get all of his energy and dedication! Melania is really shining forth these days. I see Barron was interested in the press gaggle. During the turkey pardon, I noticed a slight smile on Barron’s face when his Dad said they had a few turkeys visit the White House, haha.

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  9. CountryclassVulgarian says:

    I saw a nasty, petty, jealous member of the very fake news hysterical drive by media described Melania’s coat as “frumpy”.

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  10. SoCalPatriot says:

    Trump is such a bad ass…gosh, I love that guy. We have screamed for 30 years to have one Republican to stand up and fight for us. You would think that the GOP would wake up and see what truth and leadership actually look like.

    Praise the Lord for POTUS.

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    • Sylvia Avery says:

      Melania’s outfit was fabulous. I love how she carries off the look of the coat worn on her shoulders. So retro, so elegant, so hard to carry it off and not look pretentious or stupid. She just looks glamorous.

      And the colors were perfect! And her sweater and leather skirt were great, too. She just looked wonderful.

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      • JC says:

        Yes, Sylvia. Not only does she look beautiful with coat-on-shoulders, it’s practical. She has obviously mastered with the designers the interior straps to secure each coat, which allows more freedom of movement and a gracious openness with those she meets. It’s also easier to shake hands unencumbered by bulky sleeves as she reaches forward. This woman KNOWS clothes; she wears them, they do not wear her. She is amazing, she truly is.

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      • I agree, she looked fabulous.

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  11. MIKE says:

    Pretty damn cool to see the COMMANDER-in-Chief and the First Lady/First Family travelling together, instead of eight years of a chosen limp-wristed imposter travelling on one craft, while his scripted {ahem} “wife” flies her Sasquatch entourage on another taxpayer funded aircraft, complete with a second Secret Service detail being paid for by us truly.
    I loved the snarl Barron gives the press kiddies at 3 seconds into the video.
    Go, Judge Roy Moar!

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    • Beverly says:

      Barron is an amazingly good-looking boy — he could easily be a model like his mother. He’s going to be a heartbreaker when he grows up! amazing that he’s so tall at age 11.

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  12. Dem”s/media’s worst nightmare: Moore wins, Franken resigns.

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  13. Budman says:

    Nice to see President Trump ( love saying that) with his signature overcoat on. HE ROCKS IT! Such confidence! Happy Thanksgiving to all!

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    • piper567 says:

      it amazes me, that after a year of watching various speeches, clips and impromptu’s, I still can relate to the squealing folks when Trump showed up at the Women’s Open on a Course of his.
      Or when a crowd awaiting his arrival at a Campaign stop hollers, There’s his plane!
      When he shows up at an appearance, I find myself quietly saying, There he is!
      Who would have thought a President could be so inspirational, so able to make one feel good, just seeing him?
      Its wonderful…and I daily Thank God for President Trump.
      You all have a blessed Thanksgiving with family and friends.

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  14. IMO says:

    To our beautiful First Family Have a wonderful Thanksgiving.

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  15. History Teaches says:

    In the sports world the term “testicular fortitude” has often been used. Transposing the reference to the President makes it an understatement.

    After two years plus of 24/7 character assassination and more he still stands tall, focussed on his agenda and actively engaged moving forward in all fronts.

    Obviously he is being obstructed every step of the way but each day reveals his dedication and relentlessness, even when engulfed by the swamp enemies.

    History will vindicate his eight years and Mark this regime as a true turning point. I only hope that as time passes in his term that a real movement coalesces with younger, dynamic, brave leaders.

    The first year has been bringing shock and awe at his unwavering focus. And the expected panic and hate from the opposition. But as more time passes and more of the agenda becomes law I see a greater bandwagon effect.

    When it sinks in that this movement is permanent and not intimidated by the media and their habitual fake narratives, MAGA will simply become an unashamed, entrenched political philosophy. The Rinos will either convert or be swept away. Not without a fight, but the wave of change will prevail during the rest of the Trump administration.

    And become the ground zero for the future. Provided the right people emerge to carry the torch forward.

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  16. I love how he does this. He is in command, he stays only as long as he wants. He has an excuse to end it “we have to go” and he doesn’t give the media time to setup a proper ambush.

    That wasn’t an endorsement of Moore, but pretty darn close.

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    • Beverly says:

      The Donald, aka Donaldus Magnus, really is at home in his own skin, isn’t he? Very comfortable and confident about who he is and what he’s doing.

      It’s funny, I never watched The Apprentice (not really into reality TV), and of course I heard about him over the years because he was such a public figure here in New York. All I knew about him was that he was brash and flash, and rather clever. Although I DID see how he stepped in and sorted out the Wolmann Rink mess in Central Park — that was brilliant, and made me laugh out loud: a builder elbowing the incompetent government boobs out of the way and building it ahead of schedule, under budget, and beautifully! showing up the NYC Gov. gang for the incompetent scroungers they are.

      So I liked him, but I was worried about how he’d do: I remembered Arnold S. is supposed to be a shrewd businessman, too, but California’s pols just Terminated him, essentially castrating the guy. Jesse Ventura, another man who jumped into politics after a showbiz career, basically sank without a trace.

      But Donald Trump has shown a native brilliance and mastery of handling PEOPLE: being a leader, forging teams, reading the room, “seeing off” various opponents, and it’s been a real master class in Chief Executiveship just to watch the man. The more I see him, the more I like him, and the more I RESPECT the man.

      In short, our President clanks when he walks. 😉

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  17. Mia C says:

    Today I’m grateful for two things:
    1) That Trump is such a force of nature, and he’s on our side every step of the way.
    2) That Habeen Obama is nowhere to be found, yesterday’s old forgotten nightmare.

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    • Mia C says:

      Hasbeen Obama (we need an edit feature)

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      • I looked it up. This is from the Star Wars website Wookiepedia. It all kinda fits, actually. Well done.

        The Habeen were one of two sentient species that were native to the Mylok system. Along with the other species that shared their star system, the Nharwaak, the Habeen jointly designed and produced a new form of hyperdrive technology.

        Approximately 3 ABY, the Habeen and Nharwaak entered into a civil war over control of this technology. Soon after the conflict erupted, the Imperial Grand Admiral Demetrius Zaarin was dispatched to the Mylok system in order to end the war and gain the new technology for use in his advanced new TIE Series starfighter, the TIE/ad starfighter and TIE/D Defender. The Habeen appealed to the Empire for assistance in exchange for the technology. Zaarin agreed, and along with ace pilot Maarek Stele, decisively routed the combined forces of the Nharwaak and the Rebel Alliance.

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  18. Mia C says:

    Nancy Reagan actually had decent 80’s style. But Melania is the first true fashion plate since Jackie Kennedy. She’s pretty enough to be interesting to look at.
    –Jackie Kennedy had some kind of magic that was at another level (like Princess Di), but Melania is a close second in the most stylish of all the First Ladies.

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    • Me says:

      Actually I always thought that Jackie was frumpy. Melania isn’t; she’s conservative without being frumpy. Classic taste and style.

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    • Tegan says:

      J. Kennedy was fortunate to follow some quite dowdy (and much older) First Ladies…think Mamie and Bess. She was incredible young (I believe 32) and had that private finishing school mystic. But, she wasn’t really very attractive and many of the dresses she wore were linen and therefore badly wrinkled most of the time. However, she could pull “the look” it off, as many other have done, and became an icon. I think Michelle thought of herself as the next Jackie in the beginning, but it was a total disaster. Jackie had an innate sense of style and a personal signature look…Michelle kept trying to reinvent herself but could never make it happen until apparently she just gave up…as witness the horrendous outfit she wore to Trump’s inauguration.

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  19. Mia C says:

    I actually feel slightly bad for John Conyers. Did you read the Buzzfeed article posted above on this thread? It sounds like he’s an old creep with dementia.
    –I still think if you have dementia coupled with sexual aggression you really can’t be in public office. Whatever is going on with him, he actually should be booted from office.

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  20. freq says:

    speak and split… excellent…

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  21. Mia C says:

    Scott Adams just changed his prediction to Moore winning because of the handwriting problems on the yearbook.
    –I think Breitbart is making a mistake. They’re talking about the 14 year olds story right now. I don’t know if I want to concentrate on that. I hope to God he never knew a 14 year old in his 30’s. There were so many details to the story I didn’t get whether he knew her or not. It seems like some details of her story match up, some don’t.
    –But the point is I never really believed he dated a 14 year old. If he did that’s too much for me. So is he just denying having met her or what?
    –He should concentrate on defrauding that yearbook lady. That’s a lot safer territory.

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    • deqwik2 says:

      The 14 yr old story is what the problem in Ala is. If they discredit her then nothing else Moore did was illegal. (He dated teenagers over 16 but that’s not illegal).

      The yearbook is not really a big deal anymore. They have waitresses from Olde Hickory that have shot down a lot of that story plus the stepson said she’s lying. The biggest reason nobody believes her is the fact that Gloria Allred is involved.

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  22. Sunshine says:

    It’s really nice to see the discipline in that soldier at the helicopter.

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