President Trump Impromptu Presser During Discussions at Mar-a-Lago…

Earlier tonight President Trump delivered remarks to the traveling press corps from his Mar-a-Lago estate in West Palm Beach, Florida.

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144 Responses to President Trump Impromptu Presser During Discussions at Mar-a-Lago…

  1. MaineCoon says:

    What a gorgeous entrance to Mar-a-Lago. So presidential. In fact imo it’s more presidential than the WH entrance. That’s interesting. No wonder he entertained Xi there and Abe.

    Liked by 24 people

  2. The man….looking good, sounding strong.

    Liked by 26 people

  3. Sentient says:

    Hope the president is laying down the law to McCarthy. Wall means wall.

    Liked by 10 people

  4. auntiefran413 says:

    I’m delighted to see our President lay this DACA at the feet of the Democrats. Their choice!

    Liked by 35 people

  5. MIKE says:

    This man is the real deal. None of that political mushy mouthed gobbledygook speak in his answers. And although I could not hear the questions clearly, I don’t think I needed to.
    Were there any questions about Russiarussiarussia?

    Liked by 14 people

    • treehouseron says:

      No… but there was a real good “Are you racskist????” one.

      Liked by 7 people

      • scott467 says:

        “No… but there was a real good “Are you racskist????” one.”

        _______________

        That is one of their favorites.

        I have been watching Scott Adams again recently, and he says (accurately) that those ‘gotcha questions’ only work because the whole purpose is to associate the person being asked the question with racism.

        Even if you answer “No, I’m not a racist”, from a persuasion standpoint, what people here is the ‘racist’ part, not the denial.

        And the more people hear it (replayed endlessly, on a loop, on every national propaganda media company), the more it penetrates the listener’s subconscious.

        And the president, being an expert in persuasion, certainly knows all of this, better than Scott Adams does (which Scott Adams concedes, saying Trump is the greatest expert in persuasion he has ever seen).

        So why doesn’t the president answer that question (‘are you a racist’) with a question?

        I’ll use Jim Acosta as an example, and it would go something like this:

        …………………………………………
        Acosta: Are you a racist?

        DJT: What is your name and what organization do you work for?

        Acpsta: Jim Acosta, for CNN.

        DJT: Are you a racist, Jim Acosta from CNN?

        Acosta: That’s what I’m asking you, Mr. President.

        DJT: Yes I know, and so I’m asking you the same thing, are you a racist, Jim? Is the organization you work for, CNN, a racist organization?

        Acosta: Mr. President, will you please answer the question?

        DJT: I am answering it, Jim. Are you a racist? Is CNN racist? Do you work for a racist organization called CNN, Jim?

        Acosta: So you won’t answer the question then?

        DJT: I would love to answer the question, if you will first answer whether you, Jim Acosta who works for CNN — are you a racist, Jim?

        Acosta: No Mr. President, I am not a racist.

        DJT: Good, neither am I. Next question?
        ……………………………

        For those playing along at home, you will notice that in the exchange above where the reporter tried to paint DJT as a racist, the reporter only succeeded in pairing “Mr. President” with “racist” one time, in the initial question.

        Conversely, in the example above, DJT succeeded in pairing Mr. Acosta with the word ‘racist’ four times and compelled Acosta to associate himself with the word ‘racist’ once.

        Additionally, DJT succeeded in pairing ‘CNN’ with the word ‘racist’ five times.

        In this ‘persuasion competition’ to associate the ‘other’ with the word ‘racist’, DJT wins by a score of 10 to 1.

        It’s easy. You just keep asking the question back to the accuser, and keep linking his name to the word ‘racist’ in every response.

        Once your accuser says “No, I am not a racist” then you say “Good, neither am I”, and move on to the next reporter.

        And repeat as often as necessary.

        The game is to make the label ‘racist’ stick. They can never win that game if you are ‘sticking’ that label to THEM by a ten-to-one ratio.

        And once they realize how badly they are losing that battle, they will stop, and try something else.

        Victory.

        Liked by 22 people

        • scott467 says:

          Actually, stick it to them one MORE time.

          When Acosta finally says “No Mr. President, I am not a racist”, then say “Good, I’m glad you’re not a racist, Jim Acosta. Neither am I.”

          One last right cross to the jaw, for good measure 🙂

          Liked by 12 people

          • Patriot1783 says:

            Never say the phrase, even in denial, with the way words are twisted. Potus should never have to deny such a merit less question and be future talking point for the left.

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            • scott467 says:

              “Never say the phrase, even in denial, with the way words are twisted. Potus should never have to deny such a merit less question and be future talking point for the left.”

              _________________

              I would agree in principle, and according to Scott Adams, the best way to deal with it is to use an opposite (positive) word or term.

              So, for example, when the media recently called him ‘unhinged’ and mentally incompetent, he countered by saying he was a ‘very stable genius’.

              After that, even though it is guaranteed that the Left will quote him mockingly over and over and over again, what comes through to the public ‘consciousness’ is the association of the words “Trump” and “genius” (and stable).

              This is what Scott Adams calls ‘weapons grade’ persuasion, and DJT is better at it than anyone Scott Adams has ever seen.

              But some words, like ‘rayciss’, don’t really have an antonym. In those cases, denial is the best you can do.

              Which brings us to my observation in the previous post. If there is no choice but to deny, then why not stick the label all over your accuser, just plaster him with the ‘rayciss’ label, and then when he finally denies being a racist, say:

              Good, I’m glad to hear you’re not a racist, Jim Acosta (sticking the ‘rayciss’ label to him one last time for good measure). Then finish with “Neither am I”, i.e., not using the word ‘rayciss’ in your denial.

              I think it’s the best you can do in that situation, and your opponent was destroyed. You could barely even recognize Acosta, under all the ‘racist’ associations that were stuck to him in that example exchange 🙂

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    • Curry Worsham says:

      The usual questions…
      Wadadadadadadadada DACA?
      Wadadadadadadadada Russia?
      Wadadadadadadadada racist?

      Liked by 5 people

  6. MVW says:

    ‘DhimmiRats won’t make a deal for the DACA illegal’ puts the DACA problem right where it needs to be.

    I swear, in the past RepubliRats couldn’t politic their way out of a wet paper sack. Trump runs rings around the DhimmiRats, makes them look as dumb as rocks, which they are…

    Liked by 14 people

    • treehouseron says:

      Rush Limbaugh has been ranting about that for 20 years. The Republicans always let the Democrats label them as the reason the government shuts down, the reason nothing tets done, etc.

      Trump ain’t playing that game. He just matter-of-factly… several times… over the last few days, proclaims the Democrats don’t want to help the DACA ‘kids’.

      DEAL WITH IT

      Liked by 8 people

    • scott467 says:

      “I swear, in the past RepubliRats couldn’t politic their way out of a wet paper sack. ”

      _______________

      Only because they didn’t want to.

      Uni-Party.

      They only pretend to oppose the Democrats in order to get elected. But they are paid off by the same people who pay off the Democrats.

      And thus it has been for a long time now.

      And soon, it won’t be anymore.

      And a lot of people will be in prison.

      Liked by 9 people

      • David GERKEN says:

        So many people to put in jail…. so little time.

        Liked by 4 people

      • Founding Fathers Fan says:

        The way to stop the uniparty is for conservatives to rally together and vote incumbent RINOs out in their primaries.

        Liked by 2 people

        • KBR says:

          The problem is that the primaries are under the control of actors and “leaders of the Party” not just the Presidential leader thereof.

          It is hard to get a primary opponent to an incumbent to even run if he is not cut from the same cloth as the incumbent. The entire force of the RNC so called leaders (Ryan,mcConnell and even Romney for instance) will be arrayed against such a candidate from the outset.

          The Senate leader McConnell, and the HOR leader Ryan, have the power within the actual house and senate to cut RCC funding to future campaigns and other matters, of all the Senators and HORepreseantatives also: discouraging other legislators from rebelling against “leader’s” choices. (According to Ken Buck in Drain the Swamp.)

          Thus the RNC is unlikely to do anything else but to fight against a MAGA candidate not “approved” by McConnell and Ryan. Most RNC high ranking legislative members are directly subject to Ryan and McConnell. RNC is still more subject to big $ donors than to we the people. And “independents” among voters are not represented by RNC even a bit.

          We need to get MAGA candidates yes. But we also need to realize that until RNC leadership is all MAGA, we will have an uphill battle to do so.

          Or until the Democrat and Republican parties are both relegated to history: personally I don’t see that happening soon if ever. No matter what we might hope for.

          Liked by 2 people

        • PDJT has said he doesn’t envision R encombents being challenged. He emphatically says he wants to keep/grow a majority.

          I think he prefers to keep them in place and grab them by the short h**rs.

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        • woodstuff says:

          Founding Fathers Fan, “The way to stop the uniparty is for conservatives to rally together and vote incumbent RINOs out in their primaries.”

          Think Sloppy Steve and his stated plan to primary *All* R’s (except lyin’ Ted).

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      • I hope you are right Scott….that a lot of people will be going to jail.
        There needs to be a real punishment for what they tried to do and, well frankly, for what they did do…..for years the Kenyan weaponized every department in the government.
        There really needs to be a lot of the upper echelon that gets imprisoned.

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  7. Donna in Oregon says:

    Good news about NoKo. McCarthy didn’t make a peep. I keep thinking back to the no press allowed meeting on Sea Island, GA ……Karl Rove’s dream of How to stop Trump meeting on in March 2016.

    Apple CEO Tim Cook, Google co-founder Larry Page, Napster creator/Facebook investor Sean Parker, and Tesla Motors/SpaceX honcho Elon Musk all attended. So did Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.), political guru Karl Rove, House Speaker Paul Ryan, GOP Sens. Tom Cotton (Ark.), Cory Gardner (Colo.), Tim Scott (S.C.), Rob Portman (Ohio) and Ben Sasse (Neb.), who recently made news by saying he “cannot support Donald Trump.”

    Along with Ryan, the House was represented by Energy and Commerce Committee Chair Fred Upton (Mich.), Rep. Kevin Brady (Texas) and almost-Speaker Kevin McCarthy (Calif.), sources said, along with leadership figure Cathy McMorris Rodgers (Wash.), Budget Committee Chairman Tom Price (R-Ga.), Financial Services Committee Chairman Jeb Hensarling (Texas) and Diane Black (Tenn.).

    Philip Anschutz, the billionaire GOP donor whose company owns a stake in Sea Island, was also there, along with Democratic Rep. John Delaney, who represents Maryland. Arthur Sulzberger, the publisher of The New York Times, was there, too, a Times spokeswoman confirmed.

    Don’t trust McCarthy, Paul Ryan, or Mitch McConnell.

    Liked by 9 people

    • fleporeblog says:

      I agree but McCarty has been an advocate on the Goodlette Bill and is pushing back big time on DACA. I would say the same for Tom Cotton.

      Liked by 4 people

      • kiskiminetas says:

        Well McCarthy did not say one word and that speaks volumes to me. The law has been laid down to him and other Republicans. They know it and there is nothing they can do about it.

        Liked by 3 people

      • Donna in Oregon says:

        You are right of course, but I remember how McCarthy was mentioned to be the Speaker of the House and he couldn’t because he allegedly had an affair. Then Paul Ryan got it. Whomever the Speaker is has the Swamp as his/her master.

        Tom Cotton. He was military and I never really understood his role with the Swamp creatures. He has one, I just can’t figure out what it is. They keep tagging him along in their Swamp sessions.

        As we drain the Swamp more will be revealed.

        Liked by 1 person

    • starfcker says:

      Kevin didn’t make a peep. He let his purple tie do the talking for him

      Liked by 6 people

      • scott467 says:

        “Kevin didn’t make a peep. He let his purple tie do the talking for him”

        _______________

        Yes, but in the symbolism aspect of the ongoing war (which is very real, and both sides engage in this activity), we have to consider that when DJT and his team wear purple, it symbolizes defeat of the enemy.

        When you capture the enemy’s flag, you can co-opt it, and use it for your own purposes.

        The Clintons wore purpose (Hillary a dress, Bill a purple tie) at her concession speech, IIRC, to symbolize that their Soros financed ‘purple revolution’ marches on.

        Many speculated that was why DJT wore a purple recently (first public appearance after signed the Executive Order to seize assets of anyone involved in human trafficking or corruption, maybe?), that was to symbolize that Trump had ‘captured their flag’.

        Once you capture the enemy’s flag, you can use it for your own purposes.

        There are many levels to this game of chess that is being played 😉

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    • thesavvyinvester says:

      “Philip Anschutz, the billionaire GOP donor whose company owns a stake in Sea Island,”

      Who I believe was in Cruz’s camp and funded him big time….

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    • You think Trump doesn’t know that?

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    • Marcus J. says:

      The persons in attendance signed up for the annual conference long before Donald Trump was nominated. The meeting is a think-tank/influence event. Look at the agenda. Although it no doubt became a de facto “What do we do about Trump” meeting.

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  8. Deborah @UnTamedInSD says:

    PDJT just tossed a big fat juicy red meat covered leg bone into Pelosi’s office…

    DACA…. Look! Pelosi – Get her!

    Liked by 18 people

  9. nanny15 says:

    Press in the dark, President Trump in the light great visual. LOL.

    Liked by 21 people

    • Larry Bucar says:

      HAHAHAHHAA

      Liked by 1 person

    • C R Lord says:

      nanny15 – The press has been in the dark since Clinton was president. You know how that works? Imagine yourself living in the dark for decades with little to no light. Suddenly an extremely bright light invades your space and the intensity of the light hurts you eyes so much that you walk around for a year or so holding your arm over your eyes because you can’t stand the light. That’s how the press is suffering now. Too much light and after over a year they still can’t see much if at all.

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  10. Dekester says:

    McCarthy did look rather complient.

    Whenever your Lion turned to him for affirmation he nodded quickly.

    It really is quite something that Mar – a – Lago was supposed to the winter residence for your President, and PDJT bought it as a civilian.

    Now he walks the estate as the leader of the free world…fantastic.

    These short pressers truly inspire.

    God bless PDJT.

    Liked by 27 people

  11. MfM says:

    I always think light shoes look odd with a dark suit. They scream ‘ look at my feet’.

    Liked by 2 people

  12. fleporeblog says:

    Liked by 13 people

  13. treehouseron says:

    I don’t know how the women feel, but as a guy, I’m just amazed at how at 71 years old, this guy is ALWAYS impeccably dressed, sharp as a tack, looks great, looks healthy.. and is literally running the world right now.

    check out that suit. Stylin’ and Profilin’. AND IT’S HIS DAY OFF!

    Liked by 5 people

  14. Roger Duroid says:

    What a paradise we would have now if the presidents since the end of WW2 were all like PDJT.

    Liked by 10 people

  15. Minnie says:

    Demonrats obstructing negotiation on DACA – they own it!

    So very proud of OUR President.

    Liked by 9 people

  16. Kent says:

    The DACA folks do have a problem…they are here illegally….and..who the hell would want to live and work in Mexico?

    I wouldn’t…that COULD be why over 10% of the population of Mexico is in the United States….?

    But…one single fact remains…they are here illegally…and they want special treatment…

    Perhaps they should ASK for it vs DEMAND it…

    And stop calling my President a racist…..

    Liked by 15 people

    • Carrie2 says:

      Kent, we do not have room nor jobs enough but have DACAs who had the opportunity to apply for citizenship but that would mean losing goodies/freebies, and not all are from Mexico either. Many countries have taken advantage of getting their children into our country so they could be here. Our public education system has gone far down the trail due to the students don’t want to learn English. Sorry, but all DACA, dreamers (let our people dream, thank you!), no amnesty, no more chain families before or later coming in as this makes them ALL illegals. They have no rights. I do feel those who joined our military deserve the right to citizenship as we used to do that. The rest just need to pack up and leave back to wherever their roots are.

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  17. fleporeblog says:

    Our President has even more reasons to relax this weekend!

    From the article linked above:

    Who deserves credit for the booming economy? This is not a petty argument. How voters answer the question could well determine whether Democrats retake the House of Representatives come November.

    Trump and Obama (and their admirers) are slugging it out, both claiming that it is their policies that have led to the ongoing economic expansion, steady job growth and higher stock prices.

    Happily for President Trump, the pros agree with him. A recent survey of economists suggest it is President Trump, and not Obama, who should be taking a bow.

    The Wall Street Journal asked 68 business, financial and academic economists who was responsible for the strengthening of the economy, and most “suggested Mr. Trump’s election deserves at least some credit” for the upturn.

    A majority said the president had been “somewhat” or “strongly” positive for job creation, gross domestic product growth and the rising stock market.

    The pros cite the White House’s push for lighter regulation and the recent tax bill as critical to a pro-growth environment; more than 90 percent of the group thought the tax bill would boost GDP expansion over the next two years.

    A year ago in the same survey, economists awarded President Obama mixed grades. Most saw his policies as positive for financial stability, but neutral-to-negative for GDP growth and negative for long-term growth. By contrast, Trump was seen as neutral to positive for long-term gains.

    Why would Trump rate higher than Obama with this group? Economists point to the upturn in business confidence that accompanied Trump’s election, and tie that to increasing business investment. Spending on capital goods accelerated sharply over the first three quarters of last year, growing at an annualized rate of 6.2 percent.

    Liked by 12 people

    • Kent says:

      Obama America hating commy…

      Trump America loving capitalist….

      Not that hard to figure out…..

      Liked by 7 people

    • Kent says:

      It’s been said that the Trump sons know how to run bulldozers…that’s appropriate because their Daddy, with their help and our help and the help of a few good Congressional Republicans are bulldozing the roadblocks to American success installed by Obama and his kind….

      And we ain’t even warmed up yet…..

      Liked by 8 people

      • Carrie2 says:

        Kent, actually all his children know what construction hardwork is and how a business should be run, and how to take care of your employees which is why his businesses are so successful, and he was either the first or next in line to encourage and help women of other colors to rise up in his businesses. Now who else do we know does this? Apparently, those in Silicon Valley don’t.

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    • treehouseron says:

      I’m not ‘slugging it out’ with any Obama supporters, it’s without question that Trump, a Billionaire Businessman, is of course responsible for the great economy.

      It’s not even worth arguing about. They know it, we know it, TRUMP knows it, the economists know it, only the uneducated DON’T know it.

      Liked by 7 people

      • treehouseron says:

        And I’ll tell you this much too. I have a small business, and always look out for other small businesses, I have YET to meet a small business owner who DOESN’T support the President. They all love him. Obama waged war against small businesses, Trump is making lots of smart decisions for Small Business. I mean, Fed Ex guy, the truck drivers, the local restaurants, our suppliers, etc. Every single one of them.

        Liked by 11 people

      • mopar2016 says:

        Yeah like obama’s so called economic recovery was real in the first place.

        Liked by 2 people

    • Winston says:

      Although DJT deserves much credit for better economy, its still far from
      good, yet.His taking credit for it is premature and dangerous for him..
      The very deepest part of the swamp is where the Federal Reserve lives.
      Without it, the swamp would barely exist.
      It is no more a govt. branch than Federal Express is.It is privately owned,its
      very name is a con .
      Those owners hate DJT.They can bust the economy at any time they like,
      and short of WWIII to distract us, probably will.
      Be aware of it, this battle is way more complicated than most would believe.

      Liked by 1 person

      • fleporeblog says:

        He is about to get his guy to head it!

        Liked by 2 people

        • Winston says:

          No he isn’t.Its fixed like everything else.
          The FedRes offers a selection of candidates to the President to appoint one
          from.They’re all good company men.He can’t appoint anyone not on their list.
          All are the most dangerous type of psychopath, the ones that looks normal.
          Like grandma Yellen.That kindly old woman facade ,fooled everyone.
          Its all a big club,and we’re not in it.

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  18. sunnydaze says:

    Lots of points crammed into that short interview. Very good.

    Like that he thanked the Gov of HI. for admitting it was the state’s mistake.

    And that he got to say (re. Dirty Dick Durbin’s lie) : “I didn’t say that.”

    Liked by 9 people

  19. rsanchez1990 says:

    The folks from DACA should know it’s the Democrats who won’t make a deal.

    So why would they support the Democrats if it turns out they have always lied just to get votes?

    Liked by 9 people

    • treehouseron says:

      There’s no way in hell Trump is going to give those DACA’rs any chance to vote.

      He KNOWS they’re all democrats. He’s ultimately, a great deal maker, a great negotiator.. but more than all, likes to WIN.

      There is no way in hell, ever, if the earth flipped upside down, that he would EVER, EVER EVER EVER give any kind of way for any large group of democrats to register to vote.

      Never happen. He might let them stay. He might trade something away.. but there is absolutely 0 chance he would ever allow them to get any kind of citizenship or anything that would allow them to vote, because they might VOTE AGAINST HIM.

      No way he’ll ever do that.

      Liked by 2 people

      • piper567 says:

        at some point, I would like an update on the Voter ID activity.
        I know that the Commission was dissolved, and that DHS is now on it, but I am looking forward to DHS updating us.
        Without voter ID, its nothing but bait to think illegals will not vote, DACA, DAPA or not.
        Just this simple element would change places like CA, which I am sure the citizens would enjoy.

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  20. sunnydaze says:

    This is the same interview, but it’s shot closer up. Kinda nice.

    Liked by 3 people

  21. Pam says:

    As always, POTUS deals with the press like a boss. Yeah, McCarthy had the dear in the headlights look indeed. He knows DACA is dead. 😉

    Liked by 4 people

  22. treehouseron says:

    Like RMT Hastings said above, I think President Trump is playing with his food again (Mcarthy).

    He probably invited him down, and then said Hey, did you bring any other clothes? We have to go out and walk in front of the cameras.

    McCarthy ‘What?”
    Trump – “Yeah, we’re going to have to go out and walk in front of the cameras.”
    McCarthy – “O.k….”
    Trump – “Yeah, so I’m going to go change into one of my really nice suits. You didn’t bring another one?”
    McCarthy – “Nope, just this one.”
    Trump – “Well… I mean… is that one big enough to go over Kevlar?”
    McCarthy – “Kevlar?”
    Trump – “Yeah, the secret service won’t let us go outside without jackets on.”
    McCarthy – “Seriously?”
    Trump – “Absolutely.”
    McCarthy – “Why do you have to go out there?”
    Trump – “It’s going to be on Youtube. Here, borrow one of Scavino’s jackets.”

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  23. Publius2016 says:

    DURBIN IS A LIAR, but Amnesty Graham was the knife in the back. Again, will the Republicans go Nuclear??? The pressure is really on the Turtle now. Let’s see if we understand: Sunday night meeting on a three day weekend…willing to make a deal on DACA for THE BUDGET, THE WALL, INCREASE BORDER/ICE SECURITY, END TO CHAIN/LOTTERY MIGRATION…it’s so simple if the Republicans get on board…

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  24. citizen817 says:

    I believe President Trump has a great plan in mind for this unconstitutional executive amnesty known as DACA. But first, his commitment to his/our base must include
    the Wall, and to switch the U.S. legal immigration system from one that prioritizes family connections to one based on merit.

    Without these reforms, illegal immigration and chain migration, which severely and unfairly burden American workers and taxpayers, will continue without end,” Trump said in a letter to Congress.

    End visa overstays by establishing reforms to ensure their swift removal…

    Protect U.S. workers by requiring E-Verify and strengthening laws to stop employment discrimination against U.S. workers

    End extended-family chain migration by limiting family-based green cards to include spouses and minor children

    Establish a points-based system for green cards to protect U.S. workers and taxpayers.

    The Democrats will never agree to this, although in the past, most of them have campaigned on these issues. Too bad.
    They already own this horrible situation.

    Liked by 4 people

    • prenanny says:

      Shut down Temp agencies who specialize in employment for non citizen workers and punish companies who year after year use them.

      Liked by 2 people

      • MNGal says:

        Yes! Hubby and I were talking about that the other day. E-Verify MANDATORY for all companies!

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        • piper567 says:

          MNGal, I believe this puts undue responsibility on the great folks working for ICE, or whoever would be assigned the responsibility of enforcing E-Verify.
          Maybe its a sequence thing…maybe do GET THEM OUT as first step, then do E-Verify?

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  25. huskerheart says:

    OMG… I just watched video again and McCarthy is in agony! Watch his hands… and how he keeps trying to flee the scene. What an amateur….. his face looks like he shart in his shorts! And to think I used to think he was one of the good guys!

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  26. Charlotte says:

    UNBELIEVABLE:
    JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon: Why Democrats have no chance in 2020

    http://www.foxbusiness.com/politics/2018/01/12/jpmorgan-ceo-jamie-dimon-why-democrats-have-no-chance-in-2020.html

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    • Patriot1783 says:

      No it’s not, Dimon is an extremely bright man. Dimon was one of the few financial CEO’s who pushed back at obama when his administration was trying to make illogical policy in financial markets & certain companies…look what happened to economy under Obama.

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  27. I liked the way the president said this about the DACA “kids” “….well, they’re really not kids anymore”
    Perfect….keep reminding people of that FACT so that when they get sent home people won’t feel sorry for them.
    They have all grown up and are here illegally….we either have immigration laws or we don’t and it’s time to stop calling them “kids”….or “dreamers”….stop helping the dems pull at heart strings of some people.

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    • piper567 says:

      I wonder how many people will see an unedited version of this impromptu presser?
      My guess is not very many.
      This is, imo, the exact type of coverage our msm has no interest in broadcasting.

      Liked by 1 person

      • DS says:

        Why does Pres. Trump keep saying he is willing to make a deal on DACA? He overturned Obola’s EO and so it is a moot point unless congress votes it in as policy — which will never happen b/c it would mean that those voting “yes” would lose in the next election, not to mention that Trump would just veto it.

        Also, I remember during the campaign that everyone kept saying that the wall had already been approved and budgeted by congress during W. Bush’s admin? So why is that always mentioned as being something to trade for using DACA as a chip? Just free up the damn money for the wall — the democrats can’t block it…

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