President Trump Speech Annual American Farm Bureau, Nashville, Tennessee – 4:00pm Livestream…

President Trump is speaking LIVE today in Nashville at the 99th Annual American Farm Bureau Convention in Nashville. The President’s speech speech is anticipated to push rural prosperity, including increasing high-speed Internet access in rural areas.   The event start time is approximately 4:00pm EST.

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157 Responses to President Trump Speech Annual American Farm Bureau, Nashville, Tennessee – 4:00pm Livestream…

  1. the5thranchhand says:

    Ranching and farming are not a job. Ranching and farming are a way of life. One dearly loved by those who live it.

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  2. President Trump Genius

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  3. The240report says:

    God has truly blessed this President and all REAL Americans.

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  4. wodiej says:

    A very good speech by President Trump VSG! Thank God and Bless all the farmers and their families for their dedication and hard work that provides food on our tables.

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  5. thluckyone says:

    Thank you, Beloved President Donald J Trump. Amen, Sir! Keep the land OUT of the hands of the banks and the financiers. Keep the land in the hands of the people who steward the land and who know that the stewardship of that land is a ministry ordained by Almighty GOD. May their tribe INCREASE!

    GOD BLESS AMERICA AND GOD BLESS OUR MIGHTY PRESIDENT VERY STABLE GENIUS!

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  7. Eks Mann says:

    26 Years Later, a President Hears Rural America
    January 8, 2018

    On January 13, 1992, President George H. W. Bush stepped to the podium at the American Farm Bureau Federation’s annual convention in Kansas City, Missouri. The president had just returned from a 12-day trip across Asia, and he used his Farm Bureau speech to discuss what the future of trade might look like in a post-Soviet world.

    “Our Asian allies understand that we don’t want handouts or a home-field trade advantage,” President Bush said. “We just want a level playing field. Give us a fair shot, and American workers will outthink, outwork, and outproduce anyone in the world.”

    Fast forward 26 years, and rural America has been left behind in too many ways. Rural employment has grown slower than employment in urban areas and was slowest to recover from the Great Recession. Poverty rates remain disproportionately high in many rural communities. And according to the Federal Communications Commission, 39 percent of rural Americans—23 million people—lack sufficient broadband access.

    Despite these and other struggles, no U.S. president had spoken at the American Farm Bureau Federation’s annual meeting, one of rural America’s signature events, since the first President Bush did so in 1992.

    On January 8, 2018, President Donald J. Trump broke that trend. He traveled to Nashville, Tennessee, and delivered a major speech at the 2018 Farm Bureau convention.

    Here are highlights from what he told the farmers and agricultural leaders assembled:
    •“We have been working every day to deliver for America’s farmers just as they work every day to deliver for us.”
    •“We have created more than 2 million new jobs since the election. Economic growth has surged past 3 percent—way ahead of schedule.”
    •Thanks to tax reform, “American farmers will be able to deduct 100% of the cost of new equipment in the year you make the investment.”
    •“To level the playing field for our great American exporters . . . we are reviewing all of our trade agreements to make sure they are fair and reciprocal.”

    President Trump’s visit went well beyond words, however. He used the trip as an occasion for action. “Last April, I commissioned a task force to meet with farmers and local communities and find the greatest barriers to rural prosperity,” the President said. “The task force heard from farmers that broadband internet access is an issue of vital concern to their communities and businesses.”

    “That is why today, in a few moments, I will take the first step to expand access to broadband Internet in rural America. I will sign two Presidential Orders to provide broader, faster—and better—internet coverage.”

    The first of these two orders instructs the Department of Interior to dedicate a portion of its assets for rural broadband installation. The second order will streamline the installation process by requiring agencies to use standardized forms and contracts for installing antennas on federal buildings, thus improving process efficiency.

    Other recommendations from the task force will continue to guide Administration policy in the year ahead. “I am thrilled to stand with you today, and for many years to come,” President Trump said.

    “We are witnessing a new era of patriotism, prosperity and pride—and at the forefront of this exciting new chapter is the great American farmer.”

    https://www.whitehouse.gov/articles/26-years-later-president-hears-rural-america/

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  11. Eks Mann says:

    PS:

    God Bless America’s Farmers.

    EM

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  13. Mary Ann says:

    I pray the farmers will be a voice in President Trumps ear.. We must go back to the days of rural farming.. Good soil, God’s seeds, and no Monsanto products that kill crops, not weeds..

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  14. Lindenlee says:

    Bear in mind that the Farm Bureau advocates for unrestricted illegal immigration. I talked with their polit8cal director in FL, and I was angry. He didn’t even want the agricultural visas, most illegals. Scum

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  15. tvollrath66 says:

    My eyes and heart literally burn with pride for our lion president!

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