President Trump Delivers Remarks During Congressional Conference…

Earlier today President Donald Trump delivered remarks during the House and Senate GOP conference in White Sulpher Springs, West Virginia.

The presidential message was simple MAGA (Making America Great Again), and the remarks delivered by the President solidify, and represent, an institutional shift of the Republican party apparatus to reflect new values -within a new era- as highlighted by the policies and perspectives of President Trump.

The President has shifted the GOP toward the People’s Party.  After a year of policy implementation, the modern era GOP is is POTUS Trump’s party now.

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122 Responses to President Trump Delivers Remarks During Congressional Conference…

  1. Rand Paul is going after Page and Strozk’s security clearances. Letter to FBI Director Christopher Wray, January 30,
    https://www.paul.senate.gov/letter-fbi-director-christopher-wray-january-30-2018

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    • Sylvia Avery says:

      It is amazing. One by one the Republicans are stepping up to pick away at this mess. Well, it is about darned time. Go for it!

      Liked by 24 people

      • Le Borgne says:

        Die-hard Republican here. While it’s nice to see individuals from our “side” stepping up, it’s only happening now that #releasethememo is a fait accompli. With the exception of a few very brave individuals, politicians are still politicians; their newfound courage is conveniently timed with the confirmation that any shrapnel won’t hit them.

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    • npsrangerman says:

      BINGO! This is the ticket. Leakers, whether Congressional or DoJ / FBI, should immediately and ADMINISTRATIVELY lose their security clearance. That should not take a court order. And, once that happens, you CANNOT REMAIN working with responsibilities that require same. Then they can be assigned to counting tiddlywinks or whatever until their indictments come through. But DO NOT LEAVE THEM IN A HIGH PROFILE SECURITY RISK JOB. That’s a ‘myBad’ against the current white hats. As POTUS said to the jerk news person acting out in the pressor, “Get’em outta here!”

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      • litlbit2 says:

        Also remember the names of the GOPe people in November 2018. They and many dnc puppets have occupied a undeserving chair in the people’s house way to long. They now having a “oh Jesus moment” is a little late. Loss of benefits would also be a good step.

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        • Shar says:

          The time To remember GOPe is the primaries. Replacing them in Dec means with Ds and that would NOT be an improvement.

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          • woodstuff says:

            You describe Bannon’s plan to primary all GOP except Lyin’ Ted

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          • Fire Dog says:

            Agree. An honest election depends on PAPER BALLOTS; otherwise, SOROS and foreign investors have rigged the election for fortune and glory … a system that has worked for globalists post World War II.

            Americans must write to President Trump https://www.whitehouse.gov/contact/ to demand PAPER BALLOTS (with signatures) that are witnessed / recorded by 360 degree ZOOM CAMERAS that identify voters. In addition, the PAPER BALLOTS must be counted at each precinct by law abiding U.S. citizens and witnessed by zoom cameras “before” the PAPER BALLOTS are removed from each precinct. These or other checks and balances will dissuade “criminal voters, overseers, and counters” in the 2018 election, and subsequent elections.

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      • chojun says:

        I actually think this is possibly why Strzok was removed from the Mueller investigation, and why he was assigned to HR at the FBI.

        I’ve held a security clearance and I’m trying as hard as I can to remember the legal requirements, but I’m pretty dang sure (and have had people confirm) that having an affair is grounds to get your clearance revoked (because you’re exposed to blackmail).

        In counterintel, you can’t do your job without a security clearance. So he gets to twiddle his thumbs while he waits to get fired.

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        • JoAnn Leichliter says:

          Having an affair would certainly get your security clearance yanked in the military. In the amoral world of the FBI, who knows?

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        • Fire Dog says:

          Agree. Strzok and others PUBLIC EMPLOYEES should have been fired immediately upon recognition of their crimes, then arrested, and jailed until a hearing. In addition, NO PUBLIC EMPLOYEE should ever receive pensions or any type of “public benefits” when they have been convicted of “either advocating subversive activities, insurrection, sedition, treason, and or anarchy.”

          We the People, the EMPLOYERS of PUBLIC EMPLOYEES, must “FIGHT BACK” against outlaw, crimes !

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      • Patsy says:

        Start with Schiff head!

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    • Christine says:

      Speaking of which, do Hillary Clinton + her staff still have security clearances? This June 2017 Breitbart article says they do, which is an outrage.

      http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2017/06/21/deep-state-hillary-clinton-staffers-still-have-security-clearances-access-to-sensitive-government-information/

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    • Muthaucker says:

      How Huma Abedin even got a security clearance should on the investigative docket also.

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    • AH_C says:

      Good job Rand. Go close the gate now that the horses have gotten out.

      SOP would have pulled their clearances to anything eyes only. For all purposes, they’re as blind as we on the outside are.

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  2. Bob Thoms says:

    Our president and the GOP should be feeling very very good………………..5.4% GDP.

    The Atlanta Fed GDPNow model for first-quarter GDP growth jumped after data released Friday on manufacturing and construction. The estimate climbed to 5.4% from 4.2%. This would be the fastest quarterly growth rate since the third quarter of 2003.

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    • Bob Thoms says:

      We need them to deliver on immigration. The 5 pillars:
      1) Build the wall
      2) End chain migration
      3) End lottery
      4) DACA resolution
      5) E-verify

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      • It's 5 o'clock Somewhere says:

        NO DACA EVER……get em out!
        So tired of paying for these a-holes. I have a kid that could use a bit of assistance but can’t get it due to they make just a tad too much money. They are a family of 4 both working with 2 kids and dad is a vet of Iran and Afghanistan wars now Natl Guard… they are the working poor. We help when we can but are retirement age.
        Sorry for the rant but no to these FREELOADERS

        Comment edited by Admin…

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        • chojun says:

          Immigration hard-liners need to be a little more thoughtful about this.

          Yes, the immigration system needs to be reformed to include security and enforcement. It’s non-negotiable, including the WALL.

          However, with the way that the economy is roaring back to life, we’re very shortly going to run into a full employment situation. If we can’t coax the last remaining un-/under-employed back to work, we’ll need to expand the population by bringing people in. Even if just temporarily.

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          • It's 5 o'clock somewhere says:

            Not even gonna buy into that nonsense…….nice try…..NEXT!

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            • chojun says:

              Take-it-or-leave-it doesn’t work in the art of negotiation.

              If the GOP doesn’t reach a supermajority in this year’s elections, then building the wall and immigration enforcement/reform will correspond with some kind of immigration expansion.

              An economy can’t continue to expand if widespread labor shortages exist. And we’re still a decade or two behind when robotics and automation can begin to expand more deeply into the service and manufacturing sectors to fill the demand for labor.

              Immigration hardliners need to take a step back and ask if they really want to restrict people coming in *legally*.

              That’s all I am asking.

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              • gfgustav says:

                Excellent points, Chojun. It will be interesting to see how long it takes for “radical automation” to, as you put it, “expand more deeply into the service and manufacturing sectors.” Would be fun to discuss that over lunch.

                Like me, you’ve probably followed Ray Kurzweil for years and read his 2004 book, “The Singularity is Near.” Many of the predictions he made in that book have either been realized or will be very soon. The concept of exponential curves (or exponential portions of S-curves) is what gives me pause.

                The challenge, of course, is that we never know exactly where we are on the curve in any given domain.

                However, if we’re near the “knee” on AI and robotics, the world could look very different in as little as ten years. Autonomous vehicles alone will exert a staggering impact. My guess is that by the time the market penetration for AV’s reaches 20%, it will balloon to close to 100% very quickly, because insurance will no longer be affordable for human drivers.

                The question is, what percent of the workforce needs to be replaced by automation to relive the hiring pressure? Not sure, but can it be more than 5 to 10%? And if that’s all it takes, how long will it really take to get there?

                I don’t know. But if I had to bet on it, I’d bet it will arrive faster than most of our intuitions would suggest. Then again, I’ve always been a technology optimist. 🙂

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                • chojun says:

                  Thanks for the thoughts – I’m not familiar with that book but I’m somewhat familiar with the concept of singularity.

                  I think the principle of Ephemeralization will create an asymptotic relationship with singularity. That is, I believe singularity will always be at least one step behind human creativity and the human desire for expanding and improving the human condition.

                  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ephemeralization

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              • Mia C says:

                I heard only 5% of the freeloaders are doing the manual labor. Any DACA criminal should not receive welfare and should be working, otherwise out they go. They’re a drag on tax payers and it’s unfair.

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          • Carrie2 says:

            chojun, welfare is on Trump’s list this year so if they don’t want to work or be an apprentice to learn a field to work in, then they will starve because no more supporting the able to sit around in front of the BIG TVs and waste our money on booze, steaks, etc. as we see often at Walmart. Out with EBT, WIC, etc. We all must do our part to MAGA.

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          • peace says:

            let the dreamers get in line behind those waiting in line legally; Trump said his wall would have a big beautiful door and the dreamers can come through it the right way; As Trump said, all Americans are dreams. In short, NO Amnesty.

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        • Bob Thoms says:

          Deportation on 1,000,000 DACA isn’t going to happen.

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          • soozword says:

            OK, then I’ll take 1.8 million DACA deportees!

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          • NvMtnOldMan says:

            Bob- It could if everyone got behind the effort and enforced the laws that so many of our ancestors had to go thru. I am sick and tired of the pandering to illegal aliens. Giving them special treatment like free tuition, free medical food stamps and educating their kids. printing everything in their language. Press one for English is sickening to hear. This is America or at least it used to be.

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        • Fire Dog says:

          BORDER INVADERS are the correct name the Founding Fathers gave for anyone entering the USA illegally; not “undocumented” not “dreamers” not anything else. In addition, the Founders directed “EXECUTION” as the death penalty of all BORDER INVADERS because they said BORDER INVADERS are ANARCHISTS. Our Founders were 100% correct. AMERICANS must FIGHT BACK. Write to President Trump and demand ZERO “deals” for BORDER INVADERS. Shut off all avenues of support to BORDER INVADERS; if they do not promptly self-deport, military must “execute” border invaders per the rule of law!
          https://www.whitehouse.gov/contact/

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      • Babycakes says:

        And one more: end birthright citizenship.

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        • Landslide says:

          “You mean anchor babies? We call them anchor babies.” Candidate Trump

          (Or something very close! In a press gathering—-anybody got that clip?)

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        • shannynae says:

          We are the only country that does this only because they decided to change the meaning of the 14th Amendment and I hope I got the right one! I am sure someone will correct me.

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          • Carrie2 says:

            shannynae, you are right and that 14th Amendment need to be repealed as it was ONLY so that blacks brought here as slaves would be citizens and you can be sure the democrats didn’t like that, so why not anchor babies. Simple, the 2 parties in 1 must stop and remember this is America and no social services.

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      • MVW says:

        Extreme vetting (absolutely no Sharia Law) for ALL immigrants DACA or otherwise, merit (education / skill), no criminal record, not on the dole, not been on the dole, will not be on the dole.

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        • Fire Dog says:

          Yes, those were the requirements of immigrant before the “unconstitutional” Immigration Act of 1965. Also, no one “diseased” was permitted into the USA.

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      • Saw short video yesterday on how the number of people (legal or illegal) in a state = representatives for Congress and # for Elctoral College. The new census forms ask if you are a citizen (!) and hopefully will be a base to tally election votes to. Maybe just a little hope of mine.

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      • The Devilbat says:

        1) Build the wall
        2) End chain migration
        3) End lottery
        4) DACA resolution
        5) E-verify
        6) Arrest Obama and Hillary for treason

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      • litlbit2 says:

        Good article on immigration/wall and process along with me thinking about what President Trump put on the table in SOTU! Brilliant, the dnc now on the spit.

        https://bigleaguepolitics.com/exclusive-rep-dave-brat-says-immigration-reform-bill-passes-bill-goodlatte-bill/

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      • dogslife says:

        I’d add amend the 14th amendment to repeal birthright citizenship which makes every baby born in the US automatically a US citizen. Among the developed nations, only US and Canada permit this.

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        • kroesus says:

          listening to the commie/prog and MSM again are you?….”birthright citizenship” is neither in the 14A nor legal………in fact the 14A says unless your parents hold “allegiance” to the US (citizens) you are NOT a citizen……Re: Justice Brennan and a 1982 SCOTUS case on the matter

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          • dogslife says:

            However it has to happen, it should. Birthright citizenship (‘anchor babies’) and birth tourism were never intended by the framers and amenders!

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          • Fire Dog says:

            “Kroesus” read “DogsLife” comment again which states the 14 Amendment must be repealed because of its unconstitutionality of allowing anchor babies constitutionally citizens.

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        • shannynae says:

          If you carefully read the 14th Amendment, you will discover that it doesn’t say that at all.

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        • soozword says:

          We do not need to go thru the lengthy process of repeal at this time. Right now, just need a case to be heard at the Supreme Court for arguments whether the child (and parents) are subject to U.S. jurisdiction: “All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and the State wherein they reside.”

          It’s very possible POTUS is waiting for one more SCOTUS member to replace before he brings it to the Court.

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    • PDQ says:

      !!!!!!!! THAT is fantastic !!!!!!!!!

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    • NYGuy54 says:

      That is just their first shot at the Q1 projection. They were off by a wide margin last year with their first look. However they do narrow it down and it gets more realistic as the quarter moves ahead.

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    • cap says:

      Don’t take this the wrong way, I think PDJT is on the right track economically. However, the Atlanta Fed is well known for downward revisions of their estimates (based on sentiment readings ) as time goes on and as data comes in the number is going to come down.

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    • Patsy says:

      I heard this on radio and jumped up and cheered! My poor dogs!

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    • AH_C says:

      Most of them had to be dragged kicking and screaming.

      Mitch was looking butthurt throughout the speech.

      His wife was radiant and enthusiastic, but I caught a weird look in her eyes whenever she look towards Mitch.

      I think Mitch did what he had to, but he’s done. Either because of the memo or because Trump is winning so much in spite of Mitch. Just a matter of time before he steps off that majority prince’s throne.

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  3. Tegan says:

    What I find rather amazing is how calm and upbeat they are knowing there is a good chance the train “incident” may not have been accidental and the Deep State is so desperate they are throwing everything they’ve got at the Administration…so many lies, one after another by the media and now Congressional members. There is no subtlety, no hiding their hatred and unhinged mindset. And, for the GOP to continue on is quite admirable, IMO. I can hardly wait for the fallout to begin!

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    • Founding Fathers Fan says:

      Trains travel on tracks. If a trash truck is stopped crossways on the tracks, the train has nowhere else to go.

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    • Mr. T. says:

      The track that Amtrak train was on is normally not used for passenger travel, it is used for freight trains. The freight trains normally travel at 30 M.P.H., with the track being rated for 60 M.P.H. safe travel. The Amtrak train was running at 60 M.P.H.. There was a working railroad crossing signal and crossing gates where the truck was. Initial investigation points to the driver of the truck trying to snake his way around the crossing gates.

      As per officials, everyone in the area pretty much knows the schedules of the freight trains that pass through the area, so they have learned when they should avoid the roads with railroad crossings, and they conduct their business accordingly.

      The driver of the sanitation truck is still in critical condition and has yet to be interviewed. It may take time for the exact reason to be known as to why that truck was on the train tracks when the crossing gates were in the down position. It will also take time to get the blood results back to determine if the driver of that sanitation truck was under the influence of anything. It is quite possible that the driver of that truck thought that he had more time than he did while trying to circumvent the railroad crossing, as he has most likely has done it before but when a freight train was passing through at 30 M.P.H., half the speed that the Amtrak train was traveling at.

      I seriously doubt that there is any merit to the story going around that the collision was due to an attempt to injure or kill members of the GOP, their staff and family members who were on that train.

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  4. daughnworks247 says:

    Everyone looked good, nice and relaxed after the train crash.
    Hope they get some work done.
    Interesting note:
    On Fox Biz, a Dem strategist revealed a little too much on immigration strategy for the Dems.
    Looks like the Dems have no interest in compromise. Instead they want to make Trump the boogeyman and specifically, over-hype (via a compliant media) the attempted deportation of any DACA person by President Trump.
    That’s right, the Dems don’t care at all about resolving/working towards making the DACA or Dreamers legit. They want to punish Trump via media for ideological reasons and the Dems think this is a winning strategy for their side.
    Bizarre.

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    • Sylvia Avery says:

      I’m pretty sure they are insane. Or, more likely, Trump broke them.

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    • Tonawanda says:

      This looks exactly like their strategy.

      IOW they WANT the DACAs to be deported. They want the images of the poor lambs being sent back to Mexico.

      Seems like a pretty bizarre strategy, but not surprising.

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    • M_from_Texas says:

      It’s actually not bizarre at all. It’s all they have left. They have no platform to run on (other than HATE TRUMP), and they surely don’t want Trump to be the one who fixes immigration. Heavens, that might actually turn some of the DACA dreamers into red Trump lovers! Especially given the state of the improving economy and increased job opportunities. The Dems have no intention at all of working with the Trump administration to fix the problem. Once it’s fixed, what would they have to campaign on?

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    • hoosiergranny says:

      Not sure that’s going to work out too well for them. According to the last pole I read, over 60% of potential voters want the DACA “kids” deported. If Trump succeeds in getting rid of DACA, it seems he wins. The Dems bubble is clouding their vision.

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    • Unfortunately, for the Dems this strategy is not limited to DACA. In every facet of American society, they divide Americans into groups, pit the groups against each other, and then claim they are the only ones that can protect each group from the other groups. They knowingly push for policies that not only don’t solve the problem, but actually make it worse. A determined effort to maintain a perpetual state of fear among their followers. Think about it…

      What is their answer to dealing with people who are in the “terrible” position of being here illegally? Keep the borders open so more people can be in the same “terrible” position.

      What is their answer to escalating gun crime? Disarm law abiding citizens, taking away their ability to defend themselves.

      What is their answer to high unemployment and falling wages? More regulations and higher taxes.

      What is their answer to terrorism? Continuing immigration from countries rife with terrorists.

      In every aspect of their ideology you find the same pattern;

      1) Help create a problem
      2) Make the problem worse
      3) Blame the other side for the problem
      4) Campaign on stopping the other side
      5) Repeat

      …And worst of all, they claim the moral high-ground on the very problems they help create.

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      • yucki says:

        Any “meddling” with the US election was a “software” issue: Communist propaganda internalized over a generation. Divide and conquer, incite hatred to impose the Agenda by any means necessary. The Party of Alinsky and Lucifer.

        We may not reverse-brainwash the diehards, but maybe we can get them to self-deport – together with their illegal alien “pets”.

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  5. ZurichMike says:

    Watch just a few minutes of the speech. Trump is relaxed and “in stride”. Not a worry in the world. Lesson: he’s got the bases covered and is standing back while the Democrats implode (and are then exposed, indicted, and arrested).

    I should have invested in popcorn futures.

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  6. Ray Van Dune says:

    This was smart of Trump. Get the troops together and tell them “How did you like that winning Tuesday evening? You like that feeling? Okay, to get that, we all pull on the oars in the same direction. No more Maverick bullshit. Oh, and by the way we start doing the pulling tomorrow when that memo comes out. You work for the American people now. Forget that and you better hope your Leader in the House or Senate talks to you before I do, because I talk using size 13 combat boots.”

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  7. HBD says:

    More and more people are seeing the light (not the green orb) shine thru the democrats and the msm. Trump is showing us things we can see, not just hear about.

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  8. Sylvia Avery says:

    My mother always used to say you catch more flies with honey than you do with vinegar. PDJT is wooing them with sweet, sweet words. Nicely done.

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    • Minnie says:

      Precisely!

      Mom taught us the same and I’ve passed it onto my boys too 👍

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    • lawrencepaul1 says:

      The North Wind and the Sun had a quarrel about which of them was the stronger. While they were disputing with much heat and bluster, a Traveler passed along the road wrapped in a cloak.
      “Let us agree,” said the Sun, “that he is the stronger who can strip that Traveler of his cloak.”
      “Very well,” growled the North Wind, and at once sent a cold, howling blast against the Traveler.
      Sun
      With the first gust of wind the ends of the cloak whipped about the Traveler’s body. But he immediately wrapped it closely around him, and the harder the Wind blew, the tighter he held it to him. The North Wind tore angrily at the cloak, but all his efforts were in vain.
      Then the Sun began to shine. At first his beams were gentle, and in the pleasant warmth after the bitter cold of the North Wind, the Traveler unfastened his cloak and let it hang loosely from his shoulders. The Sun’s rays grew warmer and warmer. The man took off his cap and mopped his brow. At last he became so heated that he pulled off his cloak, and, to escape the blazing sunshine, threw himself down in the welcome shade of a tree by the roadside.

      Aesop’s Fable

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    • 4beagles says:

      True for house flies !
      Fruit fly tip; Use apple cider vinegar in a bowl. It works

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    • Sylvia, That’ a new one on me but I like it. I bet it works better than those awful fly strips that always get stuck on my fingers when I’m trying to open them. Can you just imagine if President Trump decided to go into some other kind of field like……investigator and applied to the FBI, CIA or NSA? He would have not been A007…he would have been
      A0000000000007! What a mind he has. So glad he chose POTUS instead and we gave him the chance to save this country with it. #MAGA and #RELEASETHEMEMO at the right time. Like tomorrow with the underlying dox shortly after.

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  9. Iamacokecan says:

    MSM saying fbi chief wray threatening to quit over memo being released. I’m still not sure about Wray. Is he with Trump or part of the deep state?

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  10. McCabe sat on Weiner’s laptop and the 30,000 emails Reptillary delivered had 2,128 classified documents. Imagine how many classified yoga tips and wedding plan documents will be descovered.

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  11. dez91 says:

    MAGA ? WAKE UP and smell the p word , were “MAGA” ed out , we want memo . Now ! Not more MAGA campaigning talk , I want arrests

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  12. George True says:

    The latest false narrative that the lying MFM (mother*******media) is spinning is that the memo is the REPUBLICAN memo. Somebody needs to go on one of their propaganda ‘interviews’ and remind these lying crapweasels that the release of the memo was voted on by the House of Representatives Select Committee on Intelligence Oversight, of which Devin Nunes is the chairman. It is NOT ‘the Republican’ memo.

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  13. “After a year of policy implementation, the modern era GOP is POTUS Trump’s party now”

    Yes!!! Thank you God for your incredible blessings and mercy on our country, and thank you President Trump for being a willing soldier in the army of The Lord! #InGodWeTrust 😀

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  14. Janice says:

    I just love this man! If he ever called us to DC I would crawl if I had to and get there! This is OUR own George Washington! I love President Trump! Thank you Lord for hearing our cries over the years. Absolutely MAGA!

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  15. Maggi T says:

    OMG! Our great one is bringing back craftsmanship once again! The Alinsky program has systematically striped our nation of our artistic expression from production of goods. We used to have craftsmen producing our furniture by hand. It was eliminated by mass production of just about everything. The Prez is right, who knows how to sculpt stone anymore, etc?

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  16. Patricia Ray says:

    Govt is for the ppl, by the ppl.A govt that is corrupt is sick & can not survive.Release unredacted memo w/names. Here Americans wait for the memo and those who have reason to hide want the names withheld. Publish the names so no one will ever do this again. What they did, are doing and would continue to do must never be allowed to go unpunished. Allowing time to pass changes narritive.

    Our country is being played for a financial suckers by illegals.
    No DACA/DREAMERS it violates Federal law 1324 Leftist Group that Blasted Trump Over DACA Gets Biggest Slice of $37 Mil HUD Grant– #StopViolatingUS1324
    #ReleaseTheMemo

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  17. Populism is Deplorabilism! Look at how glumly the Blue Team received the news at the SOTU of the lowest recorded African-American unemployment ever recorded. It was like a dagger through their hearts.

    It’s been discussed how the cavalier attitude towards laws and institutions displayed by the Blue Team reflected a dead certainty Clinton would win. Yes hubris played a role. But these were also people who never never to shill in Mayberry RFD again. Like a victorious departing army they were torching national(ist) laws and mores because they were done with them. Their hubris and egos had already graduated to a global stage. Pretty scary stuff.

    https://fullspectrumdominoes.wordpress.com/2018/01/30/2296/

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  18. fleporeblog says:

    That was so awesome to watch! it was a mini version of the State of the Union. Our President was so relaxed and thoroughly enjoyed speaking to the House and Senate Republicans in that room. I absolutely agree with SD. The Republican Party is the Trump Party. The men and women in that room finally gave our President a chance by passing the Tax Reform Bill into law. What has happened ever since has been totally amazing. They saw what REAL WINNING looks like. They got a taste and now want more.

    I agree with our President that the work that both Mitch McConnell and Chuck Grassley are doing with the District and Federal Judiciary is absolutely incredible. I was watching Tucker last night and he had on the CEO of Overstock. I was so happy to hear the CEO state that something that makes him happy beyond the Tax Bill and the killing of Regulations was the number of Conservative Judges being placed on the different benches throughout the country. He said that for Corporations, that is so important.

    Our President is absolutely right about his stance on Immigration. He knows that the Democrats will never agree to his four pillars. It will destroy the Democrat platform on 2018. They are going to run ads that say if you vote for me, I will make sure that the DACA recipients are taken care of. The polling data is beyond incredible.

    This will be the Republican number 1 platform for why voters need to vote them in. Couple this with what Americans are seeing with the Tax Reform Bill and I love our chances in November.

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  19. Michaela says:

    I have no idea how someone cannot LOVE this man. He is a true leader. Every time he gives a speech, I get goose bumps. Why the hate, trillions at stake? Most of us are not wealthy people. Does anybody have any idea how we can turn the media around so others can see the truth? We need to get back to COMMON SENSE. Stop this PC bull crap. It just takes a little common sense.

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    • Mia C says:

      Yes. You get on twitter and Youtube and support all the Conservatives. Subscribe to their channels, retweet their best stuff, etc. We’re taking over from the dinosaur media. Even your being here is a big part of the solution. In the old days you’d be listening to the Leftwing media present propaganda as facts, today we’re no longer doing that. This revolution is how we won the Trump presidency and we just need to keep the revolution going. Join social media platforms and support and interact with Conservatives.

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  20. Michaela says:

    One more thing…Have any of you treepers out there played the game Risk? Not to brag (OK, maybe I am bragging) but a group of us (about 150 people) would get together and have a risk tournament every year. We all have homemade boards and they are big, the size of a table big. Some would dress up as Indians or soldiers. We sang the National Anthem before each tournament. It is so much fun. Anyhow, I have 6 trophies. So I am a player, and it is not easy to beat 150 people. Okay, my point, and the point of the whole game is to conquer the world. (Not saying America should concur the world, this is a game I am talking about here). The MOST critical part of the game is to PROTECT YOUR BORDERS! Anyone ever want to play, just give me a shout.

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    • soozword says:

      LOVED Risk but haven’t played it in decades. Remember my favorite territory as a base to defend, for some odd reason, was Kamchatka. Ha, I must have been influenced by Russians very early in life….

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  21. Sayit2016 says:

    Gather around children…..

    With the coming storm swirling around in the DC Cesspool– President Trump is relaxed and composed……why ? He is the storm. He is not moved by all of the nonsense …any government entity that is not grounded in the US Constitution and the will of the PEOPLE will be blown away.

    The End.

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  22. waltherppk says:

    Dhimmicrats are running on a new transportation plan

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  23. This talk is very inspirational. POTUS is really in his groove…just rolling…Republicans are starting to feel good about winning…acting like leaders, finally! Things are really moving forward….feels good. It seems like POTUS brings the best out of people.

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  24. frank field says:

    Donald J Trump
    Our Theshing Sledge
    An inspiration

    DRAIN IT

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  25. frank field says:

    Cool. Such a cool quiet cat lion. Not a single word of the memo. He is winning RINO types. He is hearty with his approbation to pull up formerly strong 💪 men and women republicans. Sundance: He truely is now heading up the Republican Party. He is doing heavy heavy lifting. I’m proud. Thankful. Wow. Just wow.

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