President Trump Visits Missouri for Business Roundtable – 4:00pm Livestream…

President Donald Trump is traveling to Missouri today to promote recent tax cuts and campaign for Republican U.S. Senate candidate Josh Hawley.  The president is scheduled to visit the Boeing plant in St. Louis where he will hold a round table with business leaders and workers, then plans to attend a fundraiser for the senate candidate.

The roundtable discussion with Boeing business leaders will be livestreamed at 4:00pm

UPDATE: Video Added

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60 Responses to President Trump Visits Missouri for Business Roundtable – 4:00pm Livestream…

  1. WVPatriot says:

    Is Josh Hawley a GOPe uniparty candidate (McConnell)?


  2. StarryNights says:

    Hope he can start turning the mounting momentum back in the MAGA direction. MSM has slowly but surely – drip drip drip – eroded away support. This can still swing in our direction, but it’s going to take all hands on deck action.


  3. Steve in Lewes says:

    Boeing’s stock recovering slightly from a mid day low of 4.67%, now at 2.48%. Not sure why Boeing and stocks in general sliding the last few days, I thought the tariff effect was experienced last week; but according to ‘experts’ trade wars are still a concern. One has to question whether there is some globullist manipulation going on hmmmm! Trying some financial pressure on POTUS to forget about tariffs….where’s that darn suspicious cat when we need her….

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    • wolfmoon1776 says:

      Suspicious Cat and Wary Wolf agree….

      Globalists will create rough waters until THE STORM calms things, counterintuitively.

      Remove the FAKE and the FAKIRS and the system will run properly. The people who WANT disruption, NEED disruption, and CREATE disruption. That’s why they GENERATE THE FAKE.

      I have an observation in need of explanation. The FAKE is like FERTILIZER. The FAKIRS want to ACCELERATE things. WHY, you might ask. Why, let’s ask Hillary!


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      • TomF says:

        Been thinking about this picture and the accompanying rant.
        Was hillery calling out her supporting cast on why candidate Trump was still viable?

        Liked by 1 person

        • wolfmoon1776 says:

          Here is my list of suspects:

          (1) same old tone-deaf Hillary has no idea what a harpy she sounds like

          (2) she’s getting old and sick, and is not preparing properly. She’s reading her speech and no longer able to “get in the groove” with the proper persona, so it’s all wrong.

          (2) In a little over 1 month, on Oct 31 (it’s Sept. 22, 2016), a massive exchange of blows is about to take place. Hillary is counting on her initial blow WINNING, but thanks to white hats, it won’t. Here was that chronology:

          (a) Slate publishes LEAKED information from an IC black hat SCAM which was a byproduct of the bugging of Trump Tower. They are alleging that a server was communicating with Russia. Examination of the traffic data they published by independent analysts later says it looks like somebody FRAMED Trump. (Vault7 later confirms that this was very possible.)

          (b) White hats in FBI and NYPD know Trump is being set up. THEY begin releasing descriptions of content on the Weiner laptop that FBI has been HIDING. True Pundit, with access to White Hats in FBI, publishes much of this, and says more will come. It never does because Comey closes the leaks somehow, in both FBI and NYPD.

          (c) Comey publicly admits they have the laptop and will re-open the investigation. This is his concession to stop leaking of the Weiner laptop contents by White Hats. Cankles goes crazy and calls Comey and based on Page-Strzok texts, we know those two are feeling the heat and may have to answer for this somehow.

          (d) The internet swarm is already going nuts over Podesta releases:

          “Spirit Cooking” and Tony Podesta’s art collection are already a “thing”, thanks to the Podesta emails.

          The rumored descriptions of nasty videos, in combination with the existing stream of Podesta emails, gives rise to the PizzaGate information/disinformation battle (or “conspiracy theory”, if you will). People find HINTS of sick stuff in the Podesta emails, but nothing more. However, the internet is then seeded with MASSIVE amounts of disinformation, to create a protective wall around the Clintons.

          Two major battles – Hillary Health and PizzaGate – will be defended later using Cernovich as a poster boy and Scott Pelley as an attack dog.

          (e) In record time, Comey claims that examination of the Weiner laptop found no new information. I believe now that this was a massive lie, but the White Hats had what they wanted – STOPPING Hillary’s frame of Trump. Comey knew he would not be challenged on this.

          So there we are. What she was counting on. She was already 50 points ahead, in her mind. This is why I think she was just phoning it in, and not working HARD like Trump. She was counting on the FRAMING of Donald Trump to work.


  4. stats guy says:

    McCaskill is a powerhouse. She knows just how much she can get away with, and when to turn and lie to the voters about her ‘moderation’. She gets total immunity from the press. Despite MO giving Trump something like 18 points over Hillary, MO is a competitive state at the Senate/Governor level

    The current gop governor has been viciously wounded…not clear if he can survive. The Impeachment lingo is thrown around by the giddy left as much as with Trump

    I don’t think Claire is that vulnerable. Her zombies will vote…twice if necessary.

    Blunt, the RINO, is of course barely visible. He’s basically a Bushie and did poorly relative to Trump in 2016. Blunt’s entire family are lobbyists. Making hay.

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  5. duchess01 says:


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  6. talkietina says:

    We need to get the price down, or we will buy from somebody else. We’ll make a deal, what do you think Dennis, can we make a deal?

    Liked by 1 person

    • duchess01 says:

      LOL – love how he includes others in the room in his introductory speech!

      Liked by 1 person

      • talkietina says:

        That is what great leaders do. The include everyone and allow their opinions and statements.

        Obama never included anyone. The press hated Obama. He was always so cold to them, and often refused to speak with them. Trump always stops to speak the the press, and is always very nice.

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        • duchess01 says:

          President Trump knows how to treat people with respect no matter their status – he is a ‘people person’ who appreciates the input of others – he is a manager who brings out the best in his employees – unlike a ‘boss’ who barks orders –

          BTW…who is Obama? Never heard of him – from what you say – he is not a nice guy!

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          • talkietina says:

            The media were forced to like Obama on the outside, but on the inside they didn’t.
            I’ll bet some of the media like Trump on the inside, but are forced to hate him on the outside.
            I could not do a job like that.

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            • duchess01 says:

              The press is owned by the ungodly – and those who hate America – it is obvious they have an agenda to which we do not aspire –

              If we had an honest press, they would be supportive of President Trump and be reporting on his accomplishments – not trashing him as a person –

              I am glad he called them out on the campaign trail and continues to post the truth on Twitter – in spite of what they do or say –

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        • Dennis Leonard says:

          You are really kidding ,of course.The press hated obama.

          Liked by 1 person

  7. talkietina says:

    The lady who works in the cafeteria was crying she was so greatful for the tax reform. She made me cry.

    Liked by 9 people

  8. Mikayla825 says:

    Watching the two ladies from College of the Ozarks (I hope I got that right) I understand their nervousness and trembling voices! I’d be a blubbering idiot just being that close to him, much less actually getting the chance to speak to him. I never ever thought I’d say that about any POTUS but, there it is.

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  9. talkietina says:

    On OAN after the round table ended, they just had breaking news person with gun on campus at North Western University, Illinois.

    Q warned of more false flags, I think it was yesterday. Because the deep state is starting to panic.


  10. Jane in Florida says:

    That was very uplifting, SD. Thank you for being there! Always.

    Liked by 2 people

  11. fleporeblog says:

    I could watch these types of interactions between our President and Business CEOs and employees every single day. The appreciation is ABSOLUTELY real! That woman that cried from the College was so grateful for our President and for having a chance to speak directly with him.

    I love what Boeing is doing with the local 2 year college. Students are given a chance to learn an incredible trade at a fraction of the cost of a regular 4 year college and can go right into being game fully employed for the next 40 years.

    20K veterans are employed by Boeing. I wish more companies would take advantage of our veterans. They are some if not the hardest working people in America.

    We are so blessed to have Donald J. Trump as our President! Days like today shine such a light on him!

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  12. kea says:

    Remember when it was Mcdonnell Douglas and not Boeing… those were the days.

    Liked by 3 people

  13. The Boss says:

    It is the personal stories such as those told in this video that will make a difference in the mid-terms. These stories are being told everywhere, in an almost viral sort of way. Under the radar, where the high-fiving eunuch party membership and pundits aren’t looking. I sense a big surprise in November.

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  14. Donna in Oregon says:

    Watched the whole roundtable on OANN. Loved the testimonies and stories of each of the participants. So inspiring to hear how well they are doing. This is most positive Presidency ever, so proud that we have Donald Trump and his administration keeping promises and making Americans lives better every day! Thank God!

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  15. grlangworth says:

    I just can’t get enough of PDJT diving into the real world, spotlighting people and what they are doing to make America great again. This sort of video will be, and should be, repeated every week by a bunch of outlets.

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  16. I liked the college President and the two employee testimonies was very touching.

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  17. KBR says:

    @32:41 POTUS starts to stand, then lightly taps the Boeing guy’s shoulder…the guy freezes, half up out of his seat???
    Had to laugh. It looked like the CEO did not know whether he could stand or had to sit. Just struck me funny, IDK…

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  18. rashomon says:

    For various reasons, I have begun watching replays of talk shows popular in the 60s through 80s that are now available on reruns in most markets. Last night, Dick Cavett hosted George Peppard, a TV and movie star of note during a period of campus unrest, so I can only date it as being televised during the late 60s/early 70s.

    Peppard addressed the issue of 19 –year-olds being denied voting rights, although they were eligible for the draft, because of campus unrest. His curiosity led to him to many hours of tracking down figures (before the days when we used the term “data”) regarding the population of 18 to 28 -year-olds vs. the number of actual disruptors. With the help of Dick and B.B, King, he laid out a 4’ x 4’ square on Cavett’s stage using wide duck tape, then he used a ¼” hole punch to illustrate by ONE PUNCH the number of the population the “angry young wackos” represented.

    As emphasis, he acknowledged his math might be wrong, so he punched another dozen or so holes onto the platform. In one visual, he communicated that a very few covered without limit by the MSM can take on a dimension they DO NOT DESERVE. It is merely fodder for to attract viewers for ad revenue.

    Today, how many of these Punch Holes are disrupting, challenging and trying to control our lives? And just how smart was the late Mr. Peppard?

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    • Cisco says:

      I’ve also watched replays of the Dick Cavett shows.
      I never watched the original broadcasts, but watching them now, I don’t believe Cavett had a agenda.
      Just straight forward questions


    • churchmouse says:

      Why not post a link for the rest of us?


    • G. Combs says:


      Right after the Kent State Riots the MSM showed film coverage of the riots at my university. My parents saw it several states away but my INSTATE roomies parents did not.

      WHY? Because it was ENTIRELY FAKED! THERE WAS NO RIOT! I know because I was on campus from 7:00 AM till 5:00 PM (two labs that day)

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  19. benifranlkin says:

    From USA Today Feb2018:
    But Republicans now seem to be a bit nervous about Hawley’s campaign.

    ‘“If Hawley doesn’t gear it up and get with it, he’ll not beat her,” said former Sen. Christopher “Kit” Bond, a top Missouri Republican. “I think a lot of people who want to see Hawley elected (are) wishing he’d get to work, doing fundraising and getting out and campaigning actively.”
    Bond’s comments, made in an interview with USA TODAY, come as Hawley’s campaign hit a rough patch. The Kansas City Star reported last week that Hawley linked the current plague of sex trafficking to the sexual revolution of the 1960s, when women gained new freedoms and wider access to birth control and Americans’ attitudes about sex and gender changed.

    “The sexual revolution has led to exploitation of women on a scale that we would never have imagined,” Hawley told a group of pastors, according to audio obtained by The Star. In another recent speech, Hawley said the 1960s ushered in a denigration of “the biblical teaching about the sanctity of marriage … the appropriate place for sexual practice and expression within the family, within marriage, and we’re living now with the terrible after-effects of this so-called revolution.”

    Those remarks made news around the same time that Hawley’s campaign reported raising $958,000 in 2017 and ending the year with about $1.2 million cash in the bank. McCaskill raised nearly $3 million in the 4th quarter of 2017, and she ended the year with a $9 million war chest.
    The news even led to some speculation that Rep. Ann Wagner, a St. Louis County Republican, was eyeing the Senate race again, after deciding last year not to run when GOP leaders began wooing Hawley.
    Bond said he spoke with Wagner on Monday, and she was focused on her House re-election campaign. Asked if he would like to see Wagner get in the race if Hawley doesn’t pick up his pace, Bond said: “Somebody’s got to get in there and win it.”’

    From me: Why don’t these MO men shut the ‘h” about about women/sex/sanctity of marriage etc etc. Like they have room to talk…They should be talking about not losing 50% of the vote…women’s! I think this guy Hawley is working up to be a dud. Rep Ann Wagner might be a better candidate to beat ClaireBear.

    And here is another tidbit:
    March 13, 2018 05:23 PM
    “A Democratic state senator is asking the Missouri auditor to investigate whether public records generated by Attorney General Josh Hawley were properly disclosed under the state’s Sunshine Law.
    At issue are records from Hawley’s time in office and his tenure as a professor at the University of Missouri.
    Sen. Scott Sifton, a St. Louis County Democrat, wrote a letter to state Auditor Nicole Galloway….
    Sifton said his letter was inspired by a report last week by The Star revealing that Hawley received free representation from one of the most well-connected law firms in Washington, D.C., during his 2016 campaign for attorney general….
    Hawley is now running for the Republican nomination to take on Democratic U.S. Sen. Claire McCaskill. His (Hawley’s) Senate campaign paid the same D.C. law firm $87,614 in the last three months of 2017 for legal expenses related to open records requests filed by the Democratic PAC American Bridge 21st Century and the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee……”

    Dude seems like a weak sister to me


  20. Pam says:

    I have to admit I almost had to grab a kleenex as I was listening to some of these stories. In no way, shape, or form, is the bonus money crumbs to these hardworking individuals. These are just examples of how the president is keeping his promises to hardworking Americans.


  21. jbrickley says:

    Dennis is drinking Mountain Dew. You think he needs a caffeine kick to keep up with Trump? He just wants to be on his toes.


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