President Trump Economic Speech At The H&K Equipment Company Pennsylvania – 3:00pm Livestream

Today President Trump is scheduled to visit Allegheny County near Pittsburgh where he will deliver a speech on the economic agenda to an audience of H&K Equipment Company.  Additionally, and he is there to support the Republican candidate, Rick Saccone, campaigning for a vacant House seat.

UPDATE: Video Added

Anticipated start time 3:00pm EST.

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74 Responses to President Trump Economic Speech At The H&K Equipment Company Pennsylvania – 3:00pm Livestream

  1. Pam says:

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  2. Pam says:

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  3. fleporeblog says:

    They are worried out of their minds that our President is going to walkaway from NAFTA. The doomsday articles are now being written. It is ALL a complete lie!

    For those that say that ending NAFTA will be a disaster, they need to drive through communities like Youngstown, OH. Many towns in PA, IN, MI, KY etc. got destroyed by NAFTA. They will begin building monuments of our President the day he sign’s the EO starting the six month termination countdown.

    Our President realizes that many of those same corporations that left will be running back. The fact that the Corporate Tax Rate is now 21% and the fact that you can write off every single dollar that you spend on equipment in the same year will give these companies all the incentives in the world to come back.

    Keep in mind that Energy Production is being turned up and many new refineries are being built and will be operational by early 2019. That will cut costs of production but more importantly offset paying higher salaries to Americans rather than Mexican and/or Canadians.

    Plus American ingenuity is something these corporations can’t put a price tag on!

    The future is incredibly bright for our country! We have two people to thank for that. God our Father in Heaven and President Donald J. Trump!

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    • FL_GUY says:

      I am really sick and tired of the Media-Rats and their constant LIES! I cannot wait for people’s paychecks to go UP in a few weeks. That more than anything will destroy the Media-Rats because as the saying goes, Money Talks and BS Walks!

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    • South Col says:

      If that’s the claim, some evidence for it would be appreciated.
      Although for some reason unknown to me US farmers are inefficient compared to their unsubsidised first world counterparts in Australia and NZ. Don’t know how that happens.

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      • Thecleaner says:

        The US big AG industry is massively subsidesed through the Farm Bill, and SNAP programs. These subsidies have been tolerated so far without direct trade action of any consequence. That will change immediately.
        Boeing is likewise probably the largest Corporate welfare recipient in the world, receiving Federal, State and local subsidies in the billions, as well as back door subsidies from the US DOD. Boeing however sees fit to attack Bombardier for receiving govt subsidy.

        From the Office of USTR:

        U.S. exports of agricultural products to Canada totaled $23 billion in 2016, our 1st largest agricultural export market. Leading categories include: prepared food ($1.9 billion), fresh vegetables ($1.8 billion), fresh fruit ($1.6 billion), snack foods nesoi ($1.3 billion), and non-alcoholic bev. (ex. juices) ($1.2 billion).

        U.S. total exports of agricultural products to Mexico totaled $18 billion in 2016, our 3rd largest agricultural export market. Leading domestic export categories include: corn ($2.6 billion), soybeans ($1.5 billion), pork & pork products ($1.4 billion), dairy products ($1.2 billion), and beef & beef products ($975 million).

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        • Oldschool says:

          Great info. Thanks cleaner

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        • stephenreed says:

          There is an agriculture argument for NAFTA termination from the Mexican point of view, which bolsters the case for trade protectionism…

          Drive through the high plains of Texas and observe the breadth of Mexican agribusiness efficiently growing and processing for duty free export to the homeland. Great for those businesses – and cheaper tacos back home – but destroyed small scale and thus non-competitive Mexican farmers.

          Protectionism imposes a cost on the general population, such as reduced access to, and higher costs for desirable imports of goods, services, remote labor, and intellectual property. However the benefits of protectionism have historically outweighed the costs.

          President Trump should follow the example of President Lincoln and ramp up a 50% tariff to protect the nation’s workers. In the Republican high-tariff decades that followed Lincoln, the USA grew to become an industrial superpower.

          Paul Ryan’s attempt at border adjustment taxes was a step in the right direction. But one should expect at some point in 2018 that the administration will impose a punishing tariff for a violation of a trade accord. Then economists, pundits, bloggers etc. can judge the impact of such tariffs on the affected American industry, communities, and the net impact to the GDP.

          I expect that President Trump will over time, come to favor high tariffs, thus winning for the Republicans once again the allegiance of the whole working class.


    • Mickey Wasp says:

      Killing Nafta Would Ruin American Farmers – by Karl Rove

      “And given how many live in red states, it would doom the GOP in the 2018 elections. Withdrawing from Nafta would immediately kill American jobs, while handing Democrats the midterm elections on a silver platter.”

      This from CoC stooge Rove – can’t read full article unless you subscribe to WSJ

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    • Hoosier_friend? says:

      You nailed it! Great post.

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    • Turranos says:

      Just this morning PDJT tweeted that “NAFTA is a Bad Joke” He’s got this folks!

      Liked by 8 people

    • The Boss says:

      Britt, go back to exploring your female side while real men do important things.

      Liked by 3 people

    • webgirlpdx says:

      Yo Brit?: Have you ever created a job? Run a business? Take a risk?

      Didn’t think so. STFU with your Chamber talking points.

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    • Don'tMessWithTexas says:

      We, the people, were told that if the Republicans had a majority in the Senate and Congress AND held the Preisdency that we could promote the conservative agenda with vigor. They are now talking about a 5 DAY extension of a CR.
      It is like negotiating with a toddler.
      Now, they are asking us for a super-majority in the Senate for 2018.
      This is the MOST impotent group of people who get paid an outrageous amount of money to work 3 days a week

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    • Ditch Mitch says:

      The ole FOX propagandist feels the effects of NAFTA withdrawal. Hume was also Baier’s mentor.

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    • Typical Marxist math (cf “Globull Warming”, “The Population Bomb”, “Common Core”, etc.). They pull numbers out of thin air, multiply by i (square root of negative one), to correct their imaginary numbers by multiplying by an imaginary number.

      They end up with BS, either way. While they’re at it, maybe they can cut back on the ethanol, and bring back real corn… (or whatever crops they cut to put in the ethanol-base crops)…

      [MCGA – Make Cornbread Great Again]…

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  4. FL_GUY says:

    It is wonderful the way President Trump goes and meets with real Americans, more so than any President in my lifetime. It’s very clear, every day, that President Trump LOVES the USA and We the People!

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  5. Pam says:

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    • fleporeblog says:

      The GREAT Lou Barletta is running to unseat the Democrat Senator in 2018, Bob Casey. Immigration and the Tax Reform Bill may very well do the trick. Lou is a hardliner when it comes to immigration.

      Liked by 10 people

      • Oldschool says:

        Loooouuuu!!!!! HE IS THE REAL DEAL and has battle scars to show it. Unseating Casey, in this climate, will be a challenge, but Lou is a streetfighter.

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      • Teah Lee says:

        Lou Barletta is a slime. He is MAGA when it suits him, like in his tweet today. He misses votes a lot. (Paul Ryan had to admonish him for it). Like the vote to end the House sex slush fund – no show. It was HR 732. Look it up. HR 1735 – National Defense Authorization Act for FY 2016 – No show. There are many more. Look up his voting record. He also publicly slammed President Trump for his response to Charlottesville and on other things. He thinks the President’s rhetoric is “harsh”. Lou didn’t get on the Trump Train during the election until all other avenues were exhausted. He is a “Do Nothing” Congressman. So yeah, let’s elevate him to Senate. NO.
        My husband is running against him in the primary. We have been doing our research on Lou and his record in the House is not good. There was a televised Republican Senate candidate forum about a month ago. All the candidates were there except Lou. He sent his twenty-something campaign manager to fill in for him. My husband got to meet Lou at the PA Central caucus meeting two weeks ago. My husband asked him why he has missed so many votes. He said he was sick. What?! When my husband pressed him on it Lou said “The Lord puts him where he needs to be”. Puhlease.
        Lou has raised a million dollars and has spent half of it already. On what, I can’t tell you. It’s too early in the race to be spending that kind of money.
        PA Treepers, please look in to Lou. He’s not what you think.

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      • Ellen says:

        Is that Bob Casey as in the biggest non-entity in the US Senate?

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  6. Niagara Frontier says:

    These local events are priceless. They generate goodwill and receive a tremendous amount of local press coverage, most of which we never see. I hope any questions the President takes from the media are from local reporters, and that the national press corps go to the back of the line.

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  7. georgiafl says:

    YouTube streaming on GST and The White House keeps losing sound and/or losing the stream.

    I’ve heard YouTube cuts RSBN too.

    Hopefully – there will be much more competition soon!

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    • YouTube is owned by Garble. Time to get some alternatives out there.

      Net neutrality??? Not with the likes of Google, Amazon /AWS cdn), Farcebørf and the other slimes out there…

      Time to bring back the innovation, creativity, independence, and, yes, patriotism of the old Silicon Valley – the Bill and Dave spirit (and Fred Terman and Barney Oliver, too)…

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    • H.R. says:

      Funny, that. YouTube never cuts out when I’m watching fishing videos.

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  8. Pam says:

    POTUS: “It’s the economy stupid!”

    haha! So true

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  9. NJF says:

    Just tuned in, sounds like a concert!


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  10. Donna in Oregon says:

    He loves to talk to us. The more our President talks to us the happier he gets.

    He’s magnificent! I could listen to him all day long.

    Liked by 14 people

  11. tuskyou says:

    “It’s nasty in Washington” per POTUS.
    Tell us about it!

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  12. Wonshick Lim says:

    Another great speech…inspiring indeed ! The greatest president in American history.

    Liked by 5 people

  13. sunnydaze says:

    Great inspirational speech at end.

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  16. Buckeye Ken says:

    Know that I’ll get some jeers, but Ivanka is a star. Magnificent presence and articulate speaker.

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  17. Pam says:

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  18. Sayit2016 says:

    I LOVE how President Trump keeps going out to the PEOPLE. It is a great way to connect with Americans. He does not have to court congress– it is the PEOPLE that matter. The only thing The President and Congress have in common is they are elected to represent THE PEOPLE. Trump gets this in spades. Congress would be wise to remember that.

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  19. Pam says:

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  21. All American Snowflake says:

    We are living the history of the greatest US President, Donald John Trump. God bless him forever.

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  28. littleflower481 says:

    just got to listen to the whole speech, great speech!


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