President Trump Speech During National Republican Congressional Committee Dinner…

Earlier this evening President Donald Trump spoke at the NRCC dinner in Washington DC.  CTH would be remiss if we did not draw attention to @40:10:

…”We’re doing very, very well; and I think you’re going to have something very, very, special take place in a short period of time”…

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206 Responses to President Trump Speech During National Republican Congressional Committee Dinner…

  1. Matthew LeBlanc says:

    Great even more to look forward to. If anything my lack of patience is being exposed by PDJT.

    Liked by 23 people

    • C R Lord says:

      Matthew LeBlanc – I believe we are all getting impatient or is just hungry to see justice done. Whatever you do don’t pray for patience. The Bible says; “Tribulation worketh patience.” Pray for patience and tribulation will surely follow.

      Liked by 2 people

      • oncefiredbrass says:

        The Rule of Law has been Flaunted in so many ways for so long that we are all very Impatient to see Justice!

        Liked by 15 people

        • oncefiredbrass says:

          I have been watching this stuff since the 2nd Bush, at least back then it was basically hidden, but when Obama came into office, they did it right in the open, gave the public the middle finger and basically laughed at Congressional Oversight (not that we had any pitbulls…Issa & Gowdy have let me down big time!). Now we have some people in Congress and the Senate, although it appears some have awoken on their way out the door for retirement. I have 3 sons ranging from 3rd year College down to Junior in High School and have always raised them the way my parents raised me. The Law is something to be obeyed, Adults are to be treated with respect and no bullying or joining the group in making fun of some unfortunate kid being picked on. If I had done any of that stuff as a kid, my Father was there with his belt to make sure it didn’t happen again. We have lost Common Decency and I blame a lot of it Hollywood for pushing the envelope further and further. It’s actually hard to raise a kid now because of what is pumped into their head all day at school, on TV, Radio, internet etc! We need examples Perp walked out of the Government, Perverts perp walked out of Hollywood and illegals running around doing what ever they want with no repercussions deported! I long for the days like when I was kid and could run out the door in the morning with my Mom yelling be home for dinner! I would imagine if an honest Pollster asked those questions, it would be through the roof in favor!

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        • Cowboyneal says:

          OnceFired, I believe you meant “Flouted” (flout = to disregard or ignore), not “Flaunted” (flaunt = to exhibit, display, show off); it’s a common mistake. You’re spot-on re impatience, though.

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        • Melanie says:

          Flouted not flaunted! Not a criticism of you, this is just a personal pet peeve.

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        • C R Lord says:

          I am certain that is the truth. We just have to be more patient yet. We have waited a long time to see justice in our nation and waiting a little longer won’t hurt. The waiting enhances the accomplished task and brings shouts of joy and victory.

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    • Carrie2 says:

      Matthew LeBlanc, a great speech but truly the RNC is against our President on the whole and why we must drain the Congress swamp in November and need to start now searching out patriot candidates that will know they are to represent us and not the almighty outside donor dollars or they will be removed. Never vote again for any candidate who has already had 2 or more terms because new blood is needed to help take back our America and support our President. We must do this all together and if not, we will regret being lazy, not interested, unconcerned, etc., etc. Trump revivified the RNC and yet they do not completely support him as he is slowly but surely taking away their greedy and power hungry needs and making them face the reality of they are there as employees to represent us and not themselves!

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    • helix35 says:

      “[this election] is about whether the American people will be in charge of their government.” Nailed it.

      Liked by 5 people

  2. Kelley says:

    More tax cuts?

    Liked by 6 people

    • FofBW says:

      The Big Ugly!!

      Liked by 26 people

      • luke says:

        That’s my guess/wish/hope/dream. This could get ugly bigly. Only about 20% of the country is where we’re at. 40% will understand and 20% in denial/disbelief. The other 20%, well something going to have to be done about them i reckon.

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        • jbrickley says:

          If it is the big ugly there will be many perp walks that could even include Obama. Yeah, that would cause the Left to absolutely explode. They will spin it as a paranoid Trump losing his marbles and how could he possibly get away with this, blah, blah, blah. They will get even more delusional. Might be fun to watch but keep your heads down because there will be violence against anyone supporting Trump in public. POTUS would have to interrupt TV and have Sessions read off the list of crimes and make it clear there is an enormous amount of viable evidence. Unlike the “Meh Russia” this would be the real deal. The biggest scandal in political history, what’s funny is the Left is already claiming that for Trump but the reverse is the truth. Isn’t that how it always seems to be? They make these ludicrous claims against the Right but it is they who have done far worse. Almost a form of projection. They believe the ends justify the means and then do horrific things and no one has ever called them on it. Well, now that may very well change. There is a man standing in the gap of the hedgerow and he’s not going to let them get away with it any longer. MAGA.

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          • luke says:

            I don’t think you’ll see HRC unfortunately and most definitely not O. Not sure enough of you in the cities have enough food and water stocked up for that…lol yea you do you’re Treepers…God Bless

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          • incisor says:

            “but keep your heads down because there will be violence against anyone supporting Trump in public.”

            That would be the precise time to publicly support the President. Why would you hide that when he needs you most? They come out by the 1000s, we come out by the tens of 1000s.
            If the Big Ugly actually happens, then that would be the day that all American Patriots should take to the streets and celebrate.

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            • jbrickley says:

              Sorry, in this deep blue state a person could be crucified for supporting Trump. People have been vandalized and beaten for much less. If it all hits the fan the socialists will lose their minds. They are already pretty far gone. That does not reduce support one bit. But Conservatives are strangers in a strange land.

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              • If one city in CA can stand up to their Governor and say (los alamos) no to sanctuary cities everyone has hope! They told illegals to get out and voted not to be a sanctuary city!

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                • jbrickley says:

                  Dear Coda South Texas, there are no cities in Deep Blue CT that will stand up and rebel. They are all complicit. Conservative votes don’t count. Seriously outnumbered. Hillary won over Trump by 216,166 votes and all 7 electoral votes went to Hillary. 70,844 votes went to alternative candidates. Only two sparsely populated counties are red, the rest are deep blue. In those two red counties, the ratio of Trump vs Hillary was a polar opposite but the population too low to make a difference. Chris Murphy and Richard Blumenthal are (D). All 5 Representatives are (D). The State Senate has 18 (D) and 18 (R) for the first time in a very long time. The State House has 80 (D) and 71 (R) for the first time in a long time. The governor is mutually hated and has decided not to run for re-election this November. So with any luck, there will be a new GOP governor and perhaps the house and Senate GOP will gain seats. Otherwise, this state is completely doomed.

                  So no, I will not drive around with a Trump bumper sticker nor will I wear a red MAGA hat. I will, however, continue to vote for conservatives and plan to place my vote to avoid any more swamp creatures. But it is getting harder and harder because everyone is brainwashed in this state. They are all die-hard Democrats that may not be as far Left as the party leadership but they are asleep thinking its the party of their fathers and grandfathers and it most certainly is not.

                  So yes, I will support Trump but I cannot stand alone risking life, limb, property, and employment by clearly identifying myself in a land of body snatcher clones. I can’t even defend against the zombie hoards after the crazy gun laws passed after Sandy Hook.

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              • farmhand1927 says:

                See what the media has done to people’s common sense and intelligence? They have driven half the country to utter madness and blindness. Our young people have no ability of discernment–whatever pops up on their phones is law and gospel.

                For those that won’t stand and fight, at least move somewhere else where there are some like minded Americans and help them fight.

                The Left LOVES that mentality of keeping quiet, being afraid. It’s called letting them win. Too many Americans have been doing the same for 100 years which is why they have any foothold at all. We didn’t want to be singled out so we were silent as they infiltrated our culture, schools and churches. It was always just easier to let them have their way, allow them to be emboldened in their hate and evil.

                If we lose our country, if we lose this fight, it won’t be because we didn’t have lionhearted souls that fought till the end. It will be because we had a vast army cheering us on, but too afraid to stand up for their country with us.

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                • jbrickley says:

                  What drives me nuts are the supposed smart people who use logic every day. You know techies who are engineers and even scientists they somehow disconnect and completely disregard logic when it comes to politics. It’s mind boggling how they do that! All day long they build systems using extreme levels of logic and scientific proofs but they can’t seem to apply any of that to politics or economics, etc. They swallow the party propaganda hook line and sinker. The only saving grace is the booming economy and money gets managements attention.

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              • brh82 says:

                NRA sends a really big well-done sticker of their “Coat of Arms” to new members. I started to stick mine on a window close to the front door then realized it would be tantamount to wearing my red MAGA hat when I go out to the mailbox or the grocery store. It’s hard to believe that kind of caution is necessary BECAUSE this is California.

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                • jbrickley says:

                  Well the NRA must be really backlogged because I didn’t get my welcome packet in the mail yet. It’s been since the Parkland shooting. That’s a very good sign.

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                • brh82 says:

                  It will come. You actually get 2 stickers. But the packet might be different if you’re a first time member. I used to be a member, when I lived on a mountain and taught my grandson the ins and outs of owning guns.

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            • Sgt Stryker says:

              ARMED

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          • Dogstar_K9 says:

            You don’t light a candle, then hide it under a bushel. It’s exactly when our POTUS needs support the most.

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        • dreamguardian007 says:

          Luke,
          Social scientist Jonathan Haidt’s research in “The Righteous Mind… Why Good People Are Divided by Politics and Religion” shows that only 20% of people are “truly liberal” meaning that their brains are wired differenly in terms of how they make value judgements.

          They cannot see objective truth (and should never be allowed to govern, imo) but are unfortunately overrepresented in all levels of government.

          Dr. Haidt, himself a liberal who was surprised at his findings, says the balance of self-described liberals can be pursuaded to see truth and change their minds. Our challenge: how to reach them!

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        • repsort says:

          I think you’re pretty close with those percentages, Luke.
          The 20% hard left are the ends-justify-the-means types and they simply do not care about the criminality as long as it’s advancing their Marxist/leftist causes.

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    • WSB says:

      And permanence.

      Liked by 7 people

      • Kenji says:

        Yeah it was really bad OPTICS for the Corporate CUTS to be permanent and the Personal CUTS to be sunset.

        Liked by 4 people

        • musicdoc2020 says:

          On the other hand, there will be a whole lot more political will to make the personal tax cuts permanent then if we were now trying to make the corporate tax cuts permanent.

          Liked by 9 people

        • WSB says:

          It was never about optics for the personal tax not becoming permanent, but about them not being permanent until there could be even greater reductions.

          The plan is to make further reductions and then consecrate them.

          Liked by 15 people

        • Kenji says:

          Agreed. There is a certain strategery at play.

          Liked by 4 people

        • iswhatitis says:

          I feel the opposite – the “optics” were that “America is open again for business”; and not just temporarily.

          So I feel the “optics” were really good, not bad.

          Liked by 5 people

        • NC PATRIOT says:

          Making personal cuts permanent is what they are going for in this phase 2, I believe.

          Liked by 3 people

          • SWOhio says:

            The Dems will fight tooth and nail to keep the American people from hanging onto their own money, and this forces them to expose themselves every time it comes up for a vote.

            Just as they show how little they really care about their favorite voting bloc, ‘dreamers’, by refusing to accept ANY offer from POTUS that helps them.

            Dems are lying hypocrites.

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  3. WeThePeople2016 says:

    “I think you’re going to have something very, very, special take place in a short period of time”…”

    I wonder what that could be that Trump is referring to?

    Liked by 12 people

    • Phil aka Felipe says:

      May have something to do with “Little Rocket Man”.

      Liked by 9 people

      • chojun says:

        I think so, too.

        I don’t think he’s referring to the big ugly.

        Liked by 7 people

        • Kenji says:

          It could involve Saudi Arabia and ME Peace … ?

          Liked by 7 people

          • MaineCoon says:

            Iran?

            Liked by 1 person

          • Phil aka Felipe says:

            Maybe so. His speech was following his meeting earlier in the day with the Saudi Crown Prince, MBS.

            Liked by 11 people

            • blind no longer says:

              Well he did talk a lot about Draining the Swamp. I was laughing out loud when he said it to a group of Globalists Republicans. Maybe the Big Ugly is going to drain a lot of Swamp rather quickly.

              Liked by 9 people

              • Phil aka Felipe says:

                Maybe that IG report implicates some of those Globalist Republicans too.

                Liked by 12 people

                • blind no longer says:

                  We can hope and pray!!!

                  Liked by 4 people

                • Rhoda R says:

                  I don’t see how it couldn’t. A globalist is a globalist regardless of the letter after their name. Globalists are inherently anti-individualism and therefore anti-Constitution. They may deny that to themselves but it is true.

                  Liked by 4 people

                • Donzo says:

                  ….and those pedophiles and sex traffickers regardless of the party affiliation. Very good use of an EO, an emergency if there ever was one.

                  Liked by 6 people

              • jbrickley says:

                Maybe we cut a deal with the Saudi’s to ship the corrupt swampers to a Saudi prison and definitely not The Ritz Carlton. Frog march them all onto a C-130 to immediately depart for a Saudi black site. Well, one can dream…

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                • Bruce Fauth says:

                  I like that, in a C-130. Not the comfort of any jet, but turboprop (and noisy as all get out as anyone who has ever rode in one can attest) for a 20 hour flight. And make sure they have to share the legroom from their strap seat with some cargo (good use of the flight for other than taking out some garbage).

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              • Kenji says:

                Go ahead, make my day! (Decade)

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              • Carrie2 says:

                blind no longer, I also laughed because they know most of them are against our country and President but when we drain the Congress swamp, we will see a lot of money saved, true patriots again in Congress and a lot of money spent wisely and not always increasing for things the Congress should not even be considering to give money to or for. November will test them for sure and they deserve to be ousted or punished but meanwhile we must seek out real candidates to take their place so we do not lose ever again to the democrats/leftists/globalists. I do hope what he said about happening soon is opening up and removing the deep state haters of America and its freedom and rights, and see ethat many are hanged as traitors and removed from office whether in Congress, FBI, CIA, IRS, and any other department infiltrated by Obama via his evil elite supporters.

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          • joninmd22 says:

            By George, I think you’ve got it!

            The Crown Prince did visit today after a trip to Egypt.

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      • New Nonna to be Again!!! says:

        Guys, listen again. He said that as he was talking about how the dems have gone so far left. It has to do w the Big Ugly, is my guess, based on the context he said it in.

        And yes, Mr President, as a Deplorable, I love you crazy!

        Once a Deplorable, never a republican again.

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        • smartyjones1 says:

          Agreed. POTUS is not referring to some foreign related nation/issue. It’s domestic.
          It surprises me how people will go so far afield at times. There’s panic in DC. The trigger was McCabe being held to account. It means that the days of special rules for special people is over. The entire Swamp is in a tizzy. They’re cornered and lashing out.

          Speaking of which, I’ve just heard John Podesta has disappeared from Twitter since March 7th. What are the movements of the Marines and DOD inside the US? There may be some significant law enforcement action.

          After listening to the President’s remarks closely, it’s clearly political in nature and absolutely connected to the right-left divide. Although we keep getting reports suggesting the DOJ IG Report won’t be ready until April or now early May perhaps that’s a feint. Alternatively, maybe they’ve decided to go public with some high profile arrests and just take off the pressure from the public who is demanding law enforcement results.

          Something along the lines of “going a little bit more right” is about to pop. It feels more than a little monumental.

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      • Kristin says:

        That would be too early in April for N. Korea. Maybe the Middle East… coming out of a meeting with the young Saudi king?…

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      • That comment followed comments about Democrats moving too far left. So “something very special going to happen” is about something going to happen (or Trump is going to do) to Democrats.
        Indictments….exposition of their corruption etc. is what will happen I’d say.

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    • brh82 says:

      When Trump smiles and says something like that, tears run down my face. I think it must be relief, but it shocks me because I haven’t cried in YEARS and now Trump-tears happen. I had given up on ever getting back to God and Patriotism and the Star Spangled Banner, and then along came Sundance, Trump and HOPE. I couldn’t be more grateful!

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    • Bruce Fauth says:

      Ryan and McConnell retiring and taking their pensions before they’re found out and sent to prison? Nah. Just hoping and dreaming.

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    • riflema says:

      I suspect the KSA recognizing the state of Israel and establishing normal relations. Watershed moment. He is referring to something *positive* coming, not a law enforcement/swamp drainage project (much as that is a positive to us)

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  4. sickconservative says:

    How many in the room really agreed with him is the question.

    Liked by 14 people

    • luke says:

      “How many in the room really agreed with him is the question.”

      Not sure if they favored it but by God they know he meant it.

      Liked by 22 people

    • scott467 says:

      “How many in the room really agreed with him is the question.”

      ________________

      I’ll take that one for $100, Alex:

      What is ‘none’?

      Liked by 6 people

      • Deplorable_Infidel says:

        “What is ‘none’?”

        I just saw the clip rerun of Ann Coulter on CNN or MSNBC way back around the beginning of the primaries. She was asked who the Republican nominee (or President) would be. when she replied “Donald Trump” she was mocked and criticized by everyone else there like she needed a tin-foil hat. I guess she got the last laugh months later.

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        • Matthew LeBlanc says:

          It might of been when she appeared on Bill Maher HBO show. Ann is fearless if anything. I saw her on a celebrity roast and it ended up being her getting burned.

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        • hillbilly4 says:

          To be fair, Chris Wallace of Fox News…prognosticated the same thing long before anyone else did. He wasn’t all fired up about it…but admitted, after his interview with Trump…’yeah, I think he could win it’. Not a ringing endorsement, but he must have seen something that caused him to blink.

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    • dallasdan says:

      Yep. It amazes me that he maintains his composure so well when he is in the midst of a nest of vipers. No doubt, he looks around the room and sees many persons whom he knows loath him, are actively working to defeat his election-winning MAGA agenda, and likely wish personal harm upon him. I’m equally sure that when he makes eye contact with each of them, he/she looks away out of cowardice.

      The President is not going to get any of the pillars of his immigration-related platform funded (sufficiently, if at all) in the final Budget bill, and he knows it. Our American super hero is compromised by his own party members, and Brutus is wearing many faces among them.

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  5. fleporeblog says:

    There are so many things at play that will shift expectations for November. The Left and Democrats think they are winning and it’s just a matter of time until PDJT is out of office. Once the IG report drops and the indictments start getting handed out like candy, they will be demoralized.

    Justice Kennedy is more than likely retiring on June 30th. Hold off his replacement until after the election. Republicans will come out in droves especially if our President nominates Hardiman who is a pro 2nd Amendment Judge, the turnout will be even greater.

    North Korea will be close to being taken care of by then.

    The Economy will still be booming and in overdrive.

    Liked by 25 people

    • sickconservative says:

      Are you talking 2018 or 2020 at this point as I feel there are many that are willing to depress the economy right now.

      Liked by 3 people

    • Dekester says:

      Flep. Your thinking is brilliant.

      Cheers.

      Liked by 9 people

    • fleporeblog says:

      Money talks and BS walks! Please pay close attention to what I took out of the biased CNN article. Those margins that our President won in 2016 in the counties that fall outside the top 100 largest counties love our President more today than when the voted for him in 2016. He has ABSOLUTELY delievered BIGLY for them.

      CNN runs with the PA-18 election to say that Democrats can win the blue collar vote if the can run candidates like Lamb! The problem is that they can’t! The Democrats have swung so far left because the graph I shared above shows that is where their electorate is going.

      With that being said, we are in better shape than they want you to believe.

      From the article linked above:

      Fueled largely by rising oil prices, small town and rural America enjoyed an economic jolt in 2017 that could widen the political gap in November’s midterm election between those smaller places more friendly to President Donald Trump and the big metropolitan areas sharply recoiling from him and his policies, new data shows.

      The new numbers, scheduled to be released Tuesday by the Metropolitan Policy Program at the center-left Brookings Institution, show that job growth in 2017 remained heavily concentrated in the largest cities benefiting the most from the transition to the information-age digital economy.

      But smaller communities, lifted by higher prices for oil, gas and other commodities and some gains in manufacturing, last year clawed back a significantly larger share of new job creation than in the final years of Barack Obama’s presidency, the analysis found. While this economic revival in Trump country so far has been driven mostly by cyclical changes in global markets, particularly for energy, Trump can plausibly argue that his agenda of promoting domestic manufacturing and oil and gas production can help sustain those gains in the non-metropolitan places that disproportionately house those industries. And that could create another electoral obstacle for Democrats in smaller communities, where the President has also connected far better culturally and stylistically than in urbanized areas.

      In 2016, the sense of being left behind economically — along with a parallel anxiety about being eclipsed culturally and demographically — produced a stampede toward Trump in America’s smaller communities and one of the starkest geographic divides in any modern presidential contest. Hillary Clinton won 87 of the nation’s 100 largest counties, by a crushing combined margin of more than 15 million votes. But Trump won everything else by a margin of about 12 million votes and carried more counties than any presidential nominee in either party since Ronald Reagan in 1984. Republicans also dominate House seats outside of the major urban centers.

      During Trump’s first year, the new Brookings data show, the smaller places at the core of the contemporary Republican coalition showed a marked economic upturn. In 2017, non-metro areas accounted for almost 17% of new job creation — nearly four times their share from 2014-2016. The smallest metros improved more modestly, from about 3% of new jobs in the earlier period to 4.5% in 2017. The mid-sized metros saw a small increase in their share over that period (from 13.7% to 14.7%), while the dominance of the largest metros somewhat eroded: They fell from creating about 4-in-5 jobs in the earlier period to just under 2-in-3 in 2017.

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      • Mickey Wasp says:

        Gotta love the way President Trump can and will put people on notice.
        PDJT says Paul didn’t want to call it Tax Cuts and then waves him off. Then he mentions Kevin Brady several times in a positive note and lets everyone know that Brady is doing all the work on Tax Cuts, Phase 2 and ridding the books of Regulations.

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    • stats guy says:

      Obama and the media have made it ok to be Liberal again. Reagan used to call these the San Francisco Democrats because of the wack jobs at their convention. Today’s RINO party is way to ‘polite’ and sympathetic to the Leftist world view.

      Not to mention that the RINO party governs the large chunk of conservative R-leaning voters…so we have the Left dominating the Dem party and the liberal Rs dominating the RINO party.

      Then there’s the matter of incompetence and petty politics that seem to be the hallmark of the RINO party

      https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/opinion/one-woman-you-should-blame-for-the-gop-special-election-loss-in-pennsylvania

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    • Le Borgne says:

      Your lips to God’s ears. A Kennedy retirement would be the mother of all “get-out-the-vote” activities.

      Liked by 5 people

    • Kenji says:

      I can LIVE with that scenario … live really really well!

      Liked by 4 people

  6. wheatietoo says:

    The Storm makes landfall? <—that would be special.

    Looking forward to a Storm Surge.
    With Storm damage reports to follow.
    Ha.

    Liked by 20 people

  7. lilann2012 says:

    Media pundits will be charged with treason–that would be really, really special! Just saying….

    Liked by 15 people

  8. Pam says:

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    • dallasdan says:

      Respectfully, that is wishful thinking intended to further the narrative that the wall is not an immediate priority. “Eventually” is a veiled reference to a desired post-Trump presidency when the wall will be only a distant memory. The leftists are willing to let the drugs flood into our country, so long as the illegal immigrant flow is not impeded.

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  9. Niagara Frontier says:

    Given their lack of legislative accomplishments and unwillingness to aggressively push his MAGA agenda, the President is characteristically kind in his words to them.

    I hope they appreciate his generosity because many of them don’t deserve it.

    Liked by 15 people

    • Y/O, says:

      Doesn’t matter at all. Whether our President is being generous to them, or whether they deserve it or not. Donald J. Trump is a Republican and he is the President of The United States of America. Wasn’t anyone in the room that doesn’t know that.

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  10. amwick says:

    Maybe another little Trump? Somehow, I just don’t think so. The amazing thing about our President, well, it could be a zillion things…hmm.

    Liked by 3 people

  11. Gmichael says:

    If there’s any integrity remaining in government, the IG report is going to be a doozie and Prez knows it!

    Liked by 8 people

  12. Y/O, says:

    Great news from our VSG POTUS (I so love typing those cap letters), And that President Trump gave that great news to the National Republican Congressional Committee in person is perfect. I have some good news too treepers. I’m 76 and I’m back in the game, (a big game, the oil & gas construction game, spent 28 years fighting the club), The club won, or rather, ran out the clock, I got old. But here we are on the Trump Train, I got me a 35yr. old ally and we’re jumping back in. This time I think we will win. Wish us well Treepers, hope that I comment much less. (However, I will always have time to read Sundance).

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  13. Scout says:

    I don’t like the shift on the reason for the Wall. Newbie reason is “to keep the drugs out”. Ok as a secondary but this Wall is to keep out illegal aliens, it will not stop drugs.

    Liked by 2 people

    • MAGADJT says:

      VSG has always cited drugs and illegals, pretty much equally, as reasons to build the wall.

      Liked by 13 people

    • luke says:

      Who cares as long as it’s built? That’s politics it would be a win either way.

      Liked by 8 people

      • Scout says:

        As long as PDJT isn’t backing of on illegal aliens in favour of drugs because the MSM imply we’re racists for barring illegals….. the language is everything.

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        • GB Bari says:

          Scout – please learn this one lesson if nothing else: PDJT doesn’t give a rat’s butt what the MSM says about him. He owns the Wall idea, proudly.

          Liked by 12 people

        • steph_gray says:

          I don’t think it’s backing off – it’s taking control of the language to persuade the greatest number possible, while the goal remains the same. VSG is a VSG at this.

          Liked by 9 people

          • wolfmoon1776 says:

            AMEN. VSG is very smart and knows how to win, and every corner he paints the left out of, is one more that WE OWN.

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            • ladypenquin says:

              Reminds us of the fact that Obama had no problem with seeing the country turn into a bunch of non-functioning druggies. His national healthcare route – Medicaid expansion – enabled this further. Oh, and the docs will now push the pills instead of the surgeries and treatments which could ameliorate one’s health problem. There is a whole medical community/industry built around this approach now – called “Pain Management” – instead of finding the problem, it’s cheaper to shove you onto drugs.

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              • wolfmoon1776 says:

                Obama half-ruined healthcare. Hillary would have finished the job!

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              • ByrdDeplorable says:

                Ladypenquin: Pain Management is a total crock in my experience. If you’ve ever had a siege of pain, you know pain meds is the only way to “manage”it until you start to heal. And the social work types at “Pain Mgmt” will not give you pain meds. I think the commies want “we, the people” to suffer in as many ways as possible.

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    • Y/O, says:

      The shift? You talking about a shift of a narrative? It’s the other side, the media’s side who has narratives, who shifts narratives. We have no narrative. We got the truth. Let them talk, the wall is being built.

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    • PS says:

      Yeah, but you see, PDJT already got our buy-in on building a wall. He has to sell the wall to the more liberal side of the aisle, the side that doesn’t want to hurt the illegal immigrant’s feelings. But in that other group, there’s a portion that wants security over liberty, and a portion that wants the government to “fix” the opeoid epidemic (but doesn’t want to admit that it’s linked to the above). At this stage of the game, PDJT needs to win as much political capital as he can to keep the project moving.

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    • ladypenquin says:

      He could be seeing funding for the wall through the drug crisis in this country. More than one path for getting people onboard. Get to the point where illegal aliens are mentioned less, and the opioid problem mentioned more – then we can see Congress critters talking about securing our borders from that assault.

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  14. Earl & Pearl Tourist says:

    Possible upcoming events:
    Middle East peace plan
    The perfect Storm with 18,000 indictments. BHO and HRC doing the perp walk.
    Arrest of sanctuary state/city governors/mayors.
    Veto of the horrible budget bill.
    Trade tariff agreement with China.
    Nuke removal form NK.
    EU collapses.
    CAGW is officially dead, all climate screamers are fired.
    And so on…

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  15. MaineCoon says:

    He’s so full of surprises that I can’t begin to guess, but once it happens it always makes perfect sense.

    Liked by 15 people

  16. MaineCoon says:

    A special events between Israel and SA/MbS?

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  17. rsmith1776 says:

    Based on the context, the President is referring to the possibility of beating the midterms curse as something with beautiful consequences.

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    • New Nonna to be Again!!! says:

      You know 1776, that makes even more sense than my guess about the Big Ugly being what he was referring to.

      So many other posts I think are way off. Put his statement IN context of what he was talking about. Another baby? ME? Sanctuary cities?

      Our Lion isn’t a scatter brain. The statement had to do w the topic he was talking about. I thought the Big Ugly bc He was talking about the dems and how left they’ve gone, and 1776 is right. Mid-terms and good news bc of their going so left makes a great deal of sense.

      Sundance, what exactly did you infer from the statement. You threw the post out there for us, but what are YOU interpreting it as??

      Curious minds want to know. Thanks Sundance.

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  18. Binkser1 says:

    Getting rid of Uniparty jack@$$es Ryan and McConnel? A man can dream.

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  19. apfelcobbler says:

    Sorry to interrupt, but I have never seen Laura so plastered as tonite (hic)!

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  20. citizen817 says:

    Unfortunately for us, half the people he was addressing…don’t feel the way our President does, or how “we the people” do. Always the optimist, he alludes to something happening in a very short time. I’m sure it will… hasn’t let us down since first coming down the escalator!

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    • Y/O, says:

      I wouldn’t call it unfortunate (It may be the reverse in facrt). Okay, so half the people in the room are against President Trump. Let’s say that is true. On the other side, that half knows which side their constituents are on.

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      • citizen817 says:

        If both halves cared about their constituents, we wouldn’t nearly be in the debt that we face. P45 has only been in office a little over a year. I put this on all of them going back to the first Bush administration. As it is now, so was it then…that most of our elected officials answer to the money that funds them.

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        • Y/O, says:

          Oh, I didn’t expect that. Dang citizen817, here I am on a Sundance comment thread and I have to red pill. Let’s take it step by step. It is much easier to fool someone than it is to tell someone they have been fooled. (please take a couple minutes pondering that). Then step back and take a look at both sides (their results, not their words) and then maybe you may see a glimmer, a sliver, that maybe you have been fooled. Maybe it is the two halves (which make one) and another one, a different one. Maybe that other one cares for their constituents. I know, it may take you a few more reads. I’m not a good communicator. Talking wise.

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      • dallasdan says:

        It takes far less than a negative one-half to scuttle the MAGA agenda.

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  21. merlintobie says:

    Ending all federal income tax would be very, very, special.

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  22. Deplorable_Infidel says:

    …”We’re doing very, very well; and I think you’re going to have something very, very, special take place in a short period of time”…

    We are dumping the fiat currency system of the Federal Reserve and going back on the Gold Standard.

    It is a long shot, but no one else is mentioning it. I can dream, can’t I?

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    • Y/O, says:

      I don’t know about the gold standard but I know we dumping the Fed.

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    • Lanna says:

      I was going to suggest just that, was reading through the thread first. I’ve posted a couple of times about the opportunity Trump has re returning us to the gold standard and to put 5 people on the Federal Reserve Board in his first 2 years, stack it to go forward in the direction he wants, which could well be (and should be) an audit, reducing their power and putting us back on the gold standard.

      There have been several recent articles on this, and this one outlines what a sensible course returning to the gold standard would be: https://www.forbes.com/sites/ralphbenko/2017/02/25/president-trump-replace-the-dollar-with-gold-as-the-global-currency-to-make-america-great-again/#2b66fd434d54

      The book ‘ Constitutional Money’ by Timberlake reviews the Supreme Court’s unconstitutional decisions regarding our monetary system, shows how we got here, well worth reading or download his ‘From Constitutional Money to Fiat Money’ from the Cato Institute.

      I think we’ll go back on the gold standard but when it will happen is anyone’s guess. One financial newsletter said it would be in Trump’s first or second year in office and some financial newsletters predict gold at $10,000/oz. when we do.

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  23. bessie2003 says:

    Great speech!

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  24. MAGAnomics P.H.D. says:

    POTUS: …”Something very, very, special take place in a short period of time.. Many of you know I promised to drain the swamp. I am very thankful to those of you here tonight to have assisted me in that endeavor. For those of you who stood in the way of that, will notice our great Military personal stationed at every exit. They will be taking you on a one-way trip to Cuba, to a facility lovingly referred to as Gitmo. Don’t forget to tip your server.”

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  25. bkeyser says:

    I’m always encouraged when POTUS drops these little hints. He’s clearly being briefed on progress of the IG and if not details, at least the tenor of the findings.

    He probably also knows about Mccabe’s Grand Jury.

    How quickly he disappeared from the headlines, btw.

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    • ladypenquin says:

      McCabe did disappear didn’t he? One day news’ cycle. Maybe they know that he is toxic and those who aren’t swept up into the abyss with him are going to look like fools for supporting him.

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  26. apfelcobbler says:

    Well, well, well. How did this go unnoticed?!! Sara Carter brought up Meuller’s involvement of the Whitey Bulger case in Boston. This will ring a bell for many, and frankly, I had forgotten about it. It doesn’t look there’s any new information – however – it would be pretty awful if Meuller knew the prisoners for whom he wrote letters opposing clemency were innocent at the time of his writing them.

    https://saraacarter.com/questions-still-surround-robert-muellers-boston-past/

    It was Mueller’s actions during that time that raised questions about his role in one of the FBI’s most controversial cases involving the FBI’s use of a confidential informant that led to the convictions of four innocent men, who were sentenced to death for murders they did not commit.
    … [Meuller,] “then as the acting US attorney in Boston” had written “letters to the parole and pardons board throughout the 1980s opposing clemency for the four men framed by FBI lies. Of course, Mueller was also in that position while Whitey Bulger was helping the FBI cart off his criminal competitors even as he buried bodies in shallow graves along the Neponset.”

    In 2001, those four men, who were convicted in 1965 of Teddy Deegan’s murder were exonerated by the courts. It was discovered that the FBI withheld evidence from the court to protect their informant that would have cleared the men, according to reports. At the time, the bureau buried the truth to protect Vincent “Jimmy’’ Flemmi, their informant, who was the brother of Stevie Flemmi, a partner of Bulger.

    U.S. District Judge Nancy Gertner in Boston said the bureau helped convict the four men of a crime they did not commit, and the three of them had been sentenced to die in the electric chair.

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  27. PS says:

    Other than the obvious Big Ugly, how about:
    1) Obamacare regulatory gutting
    2) Middle East Peace
    3) North Korea dictator stepping down
    4) Breaking the 9th Circuit court into smaller courts

    My personal list, which I doubt GOPe Republicans would look forward to:
    5) Restructuring of the United Nations
    6) Renegotiating NAFTA

    Stretch Goals
    7) California splitting into multiple states

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  28. Pam says:

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    • Chris Four says:

      Here is an example of what Republican candidates will face this November. The uniparty is targeting current Rep districts using progressive Bernie bro candidates who they hope are more attractive to the independent voter. Know you enemy! You have to educate and get people out to vote.

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  29. czarowniczy says:

    What must it be like to be a modern Caesar, dining on rubber chicken with a audience of supposed friends, knowing there’s a heaping handful of Brutus’s out there smiling at you.

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  30. SPMI says:

    It will be all of them.
    They will all go down.
    Every single one of them.
    There will be no leniency.
    There will be no drawn out attorney 🐂💩.
    There will be justice for all.

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  31. Donzo says:

    There’s a very interesting section in the speech just before the one SD mentioned just before 40 mins.. Trump says “the Democrats are so far away” (the captions say “right” rather than ” away”, but away is correct if you listen closely) and then he says, ” meaning… that’s where they are going to be”. That seems like portent of the Big Ugly, which is really the Big Beautiful. They are going to be put away.

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  32. thesitrep says:

    I think you’re going to have something very special in a short time.?
    Sounds good to me.
    In a related story:
    Sarkozy

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  33. Mickey Wasp says:

    Gotta love the way President Trump can and will put people on notice.
    PDJT says Paul didn’t want to call it Tax Cuts and then waves him off. Then he mentions Kevin Brady several times in a positive note and lets everyone know that Brady is doing all the work on Tax Cuts, Phase 2 and ridding the books of Regulations.

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  34. f.fernandez says:

    It’s interesting looking back to Jan 2017 and reading news up to the current day. So many narratives the MSM and Swamp tried pushing.

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  35. Troublemaker10 says:

    Something very, very special take place?

    Doesn’t doesn’t sound like a partisan political victory. Sounds like something good for us, as Americans.

    NK returning the last three Americans they are holding?

    China resolving tariff, intellectual property disputes, etc in a pleasant way?

    NAFTA renegotiation agreement by Canada, Mexico?

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    • Tonawanda says:

      I was not as excited about those words after seeing Trump speak them.

      I hope I am wrong, but they seemed to fall into the Trump category of speaking with encouragement. I love the man, but “very soon” could mean November (as the context implies).

      The speech was great, and so impressive when you understand the hatred emanating from so many in the room.

      Truly, Trump is an extraordinary person, and I will go so far as to say (IMO) his behavior very much has a Christian undertone in the sense of following what Jesus actually said to us.

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  36. crandew says:

    If it were up to me, I’d lock the United States down right now.
    NAFTA, dissolved. Trade with China, gone. Border walls up, all illegals out.

    The world is always going to be volatile, but the other nations/countries need the US far more than we need them.

    The first thing you do after buying a new house is clean it, and that’s what needs to happen. Trump is doing the best he can, and I’m still amazed at how much he’s done already, considering all the obstruction against him. Godspeed Trump, rock on!

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  37. Pyrthroes says:

    Over the last half century, “forgotten” is not the word. Whatever you call ’em, from 1964 LBJ’s collectivist/Statist drips-and-dregs have fostered a free-lunch dependency syndrome striking American values at their very root.

    Absent Ronaldus Magnus, recall the sadsack “Ev and Charlie Show” (Dirkson and Halleck)– cycle upon cycle, “good men did nothing” while explicit communo-fascists, squeaking Rats, laid waste the polity.

    With Trump, the tocsin sounds again: Aux armes, Citoyens! Formez vos battalions– Lord bless us, every one.

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  38. KBR says:

    Something very special that fits the context:
    Vote cheating exposed EO stops it?

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    • blind no longer says:

      Now that would be EPIC kbr, since I am truly convinced that’s the only way Obama won a second term. If we can stop illegal voting, then we have a chance to win a lot more elections by true patriotic candidates that love this country, instead of the America haters we have elected now!! I am praying for this, since this is one of the most important ways we can turn this country around and keep it that way!

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  39. scarlettbr says:

    At the very beginning of the speak we can see PDJT express his frustration with Speaker Ryan and Romney’s Niece (the Chair of the RNC), he doesn’t even mention her and takes a deep breath before his intro to Ryan.
    Ronna spent 12 million in PA 18, nobody knows which candidate she spent the money on. The Republican candidate had nothing to show for that money. After Ivanka came back from PA 18, Trump linked the donations directly to the candidate and not to the RNC.
    Everyone knows, Trump is the reason the RNC has so much money, and they are using those funds against him, Ronna is establishment to the core.
    Ryan is promoting a Omnibus that is a democrat dream spending bill (again). It is an embarrassment. Last night Lou Dobbs, hit the nail on the head about Ryan. Levin was right about putting Ryan is as speaker and we all knew it.

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  40. Mickturn says:

    IF the Democraps that all participated in the Big Ugly get indicted, I will break into MY Happy Dance…on my Liberal Bosses Desk!

    Liked by 1 person

  41. The Boss says:

    If history was our guide, Hillary would have been baking cookies, birthin’ babies and hushing her damn mouth while the men talked. Thank you for your concern.

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  42. Tonawanda says:

    What was wonderful was hearing that Trump will be actively campaigning.

    It would not be surprising if he held a rally every other day from Labor Day until election.

    My personal belief is that the rallies in 2016 won the election in the sense that they were the tipping point. They motivated the right number of people.

    In a sense, these rallies can be more effective in the midterms, for several reasons:

    1) Most importantly, they will make the midterms about what Trump wants them to be about, and Trump in this speech previewed what that will be. In short, Trump will present a handful of wedge issues highly popular with Americans but poison to DemoKKKrats.

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    • Tonawanda says:

      WARNING: one of these issues will be DACA, which many here will hate, but which will harm the DemoKKKrats tremendously.

      2) The individual candidates will get attention and exposure they could not otherwise possibly hope to get.

      3) The DemoKKKrats will be forced to use violence and vile protests to try to diminish or interrupt the rallies, but this will only motivate our people to vote. Yes, it will motivate their side also, but motivation is NOT their problem now, it is ours.

      4) In states where there are close senate races and close House races, the rallies will have a multiplier effect.

      5) The media will have to cover, and they will besmirch themselves as the garbage they are, to our benefit.

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  43. Minnie says:

    Thank you for posting this video.

    I couldn’t love, respect and support President Trump more than I do right now.

    The candor and tone of his speech is the reason why he is OUR President.

    Mr. President pulls no punches, times his actions/responses appropriately and, most importantly, stands for and with all Deplorables.

    God Bless President Donald J. Trump!

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  44. Big Jake says:

    #DitchMitch to finally #NukeTheFilibuster perhaps?

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  45. Cookie0 says:

    I think we all know McConnell and Ryan most likely voted for Hillary and they certainly aren’t going to help the president hang onto the majority. It’s up to us and remember we have to compensate for voter fraud so let’s all get out and vote.

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  46. Bendix says:

    I love it when he says “very, very”. He sounds like an innocent kid sometimes.
    Sometimes I feel like the innocent kid, when he promises us a nice surprise.

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  47. Cheesehead54016 says:

    Am I the only one who has faith in AG Sessions? I think he comes through. Im an optimist…… trying to be.

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  48. Andy says:

    It’s getting close to the IG’s report. From there we should see massive indictments in short order of not only FBI and DOJ officials but of all the other coup plotter — Hillary, the DNC, Perkins Coie, Fusions GPS and their co-conspirators, David Steele, Comey and McCabe, Lynch and Yates, Susan Rice and Ben Rhodes, Clapper and Brennan, Power, and Obama. The parallel prosecutors have had months to put the case together and now we should see the results of their efforts. Indictments should rain down. I’m really looking forward to it.Thanks to CTH, we’ll be well prepared.

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  49. Swedishmeatball says:

    I think Trump is referring to the Clinton/Lynch tarmac tape that has been talked about. Just a hunch.

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  50. Rooster says:

    Sure would like to know just what Trump had in my mind when he said something very, very important will be coming out soon. I sure hope it is big as well as very good.

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