President Trump Wide-Ranging Interview on Fox and Friends…

President Donald Trump called-in to ‘Fox & Friends’ morning show for a wide-ranging interview on numerous subjects.  Topics included: the Iranian nuclear agreement; Ronny Jackson’s withdrawal decision; Michael Cohen and possible North Korea summit.

Additionally, President Trump shared his disappointment with the Justice Department; noted James Comey’s book was likely a big mistake; and also thanked Kanye West for his support.

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197 Responses to President Trump Wide-Ranging Interview on Fox and Friends…

  1. Everywhereguy says:

    First??? W00t!

    Liked by 8 people

  2. auscitizenmom says:

    I’m glad that he called in. There is so much going on and not everyone is on the Internet or Twitter.

    Liked by 20 people

  3. Firefly says:

    I hope this article reporting on AG Sessions is signaling the beginning of the end:

    This thing needs to conclude’: Jeff Sessions says Mueller probe is distracting Trump from ‘France and North Korea’

    “Look, I think the American people are concerned, and the president is concerned,” Sessions said. “He’s dealing with France and North Korea and Syria and taxes and regulations and border and crime, every day, and I wish — this thing needs to conclude,” Session said. “So I understand his frustrations, and I understand the American people’s frustrations.”
    https://www.rawstory.com/2018/04/thing-needs-conclude-jeff-sessions-says-mueller-probe-distracting-trump-france-north-korea/

    Liked by 16 people

    • L4grasshopper says:

      When does Sessions unrecuse himself?

      Liked by 2 people

    • The Akh says:

      Is Sessions starting to wake up from his very long nap?

      Liked by 3 people

      • Roberto says:

        It was no nap. It was a brilliant hoax. Not to mention eliminate any potential defense/appeal based on USAG’s putative conflicts. Belt and suspenders.

        Liked by 15 people

        • YvonneMarie says:

          👍 🤗 Right ! I hope…

          Liked by 3 people

        • Sean Horining says:

          You have to, more or less, assume President Trump (will never fail loving those words), is a chump. Meaning he’s incapable of controlling his own cabinet.

          Rubbish! Look at the man. Best president ever!!! Only God could have engineered this reprieve. Hon, you were SO RIGHT about this guy.

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      • Christine says:

        Hi Akh.

        I’ve been saying since last June the AG Sessions recusal + SP Mueller investigation are Kabuki Theatre.

        Here’s a great article explaining what Sessions has been up to.
        https://bigleaguepolitics.com/heres-jeff-sessions-might-playing-4-d-chess/

        And here’s an excellent tweet thread by Vachel Lindsay (Rex Imperator) listing the TEN (at least) investigations Sessions has been quietly carrying out into the corrupt Obama + Clinton cabal.
        https://mobile.twitter.com/_VachelLindsay_/status/971287728083079173

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        • noswamp says:

          Thank you so much Christine! I must say, this was the piece of the puzzle that I was waiting to read that put everything, and I mean everything, together for me. The 4d chess article was EXCELLENT! It reads like a CIA propaganda piece. (Objectively speaking). But I trust Sessions a bit more after reading this article than before. I still do not trust Sessions 100% especially after observing Trumps reaction to the DOJ’s attitude and cooperation with Congress etc. on Thursday’s interview with F&F.
          The game of 4D chess? No. Sessions is one dimensional as is Trump. That being said they are tacticians. Playing chess and knowing 2-3 moves ahead is really controlling the game. (Including Trump screaming the victim here). I am slowly gaining more optimism that something actually will happen to those that tried to overthrow a sitting President via almost any way imaginable. What a cabal of criminals, all the way up to Obama! Thank you Christine for such an informative post! I want to trust Sessions more, but I watch Trump, no one else. And his reactions tells me that Sessions is not 100 percent to be trusted just yet.

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    • Oldschool says:

      So, end it.

      Liked by 7 people

    • Sharon says:

      Trump definitely is not happy with the Justice Department.

      Liked by 8 people

      • Deplorable_Infidel says:

        Or that is what he WANTS people to think!

        Liked by 13 people

        • tdaly14 says:

          He hasn’t been happy with the Justice Dept. he’s just been talking about how he isn’t for months. Why do ppl think he and Seasions are working behind the scenes. Good grief! 🙄

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        • I’m not so certain that it’s a ruse. I read that AG Sessions was not invited to the State Dinner. That tells you something.

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          • That seems like a slur.
            Presidents like Obama often hosted large state dinners, inviting as many as 350 people. The Trumps have reportedly brought that list down to about 120 people. Not all cabinet members are invited, which The New York Times notes keeps with tradition. However, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and his wife are reportedly among those on the guest list. In the end, the list was so small that after the must-invite American government officials and the large French delegation, there was room for the president to personally invite only four people, according to a White House official.

            The guest list included only these Administration Officials :
            Jim Mattis, secretary of defense
            Steven Mnuchin, secretary of the Treasury, and Louise Linton
            Kirstjen Nielsen, secretary of homeland security, and Chad Wolf
            Mike Pompeo, director of the C.I.A. and secretary of state nominee, and Susan Pompeo
            Wilbur Ross, secretary of commerce and Hilary Ross
            Surgeon General Jerome Adams and Lacey Adams

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          • mariner says:

            A lot of other people were also not invited to that state dinner.

            It’s clear President Trump hates his administration.

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        • 4sure says:

          So, we are back to the 55D chess. Look, this gets old. Sometimes, the obvious is the obvious. And Sessions has done nothing but support Mueller and Rosy and their criminal activity. Both never Trumpers. And the fact is that Mueller is their ticket to keeping their jobs.And they all know it, including Sessions. Thus, Mueller will drag this crap sammich out for a few more yrs. Because as soon as he ever concludes it, Trump will fire Sessions/Rosy/Wray and all of the rest of the corrupt DOJ hangers on. He would do it now except he has been boxed in by the never trumpers in the house and sen and the DOJ.

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      • Gbear says:

        He has a lot of company. Going back many years for some of us.

        Liked by 1 person

    • jessetmims says:

      The Sessions bashers are going to have a lot of crow to eat soon…

      Liked by 6 people

    • mari says:

      All talk and no action.

      Liked by 2 people

    • “Rep. Evan Jenkins (R-WV) prompted the response by complaining that Hillary Clinton and other political enemies of the president had escaped special counsel scrutiny, which he said angered his constituents.

      “At the very root of this, I think my constituents are frustrated, are angry, they see a double standard historically,” Jenkins said. “They want justice.”

      Sessions, however, sounded disinclined to appoint a second special counsel to investigate alleged wrongdoing by Trump’s opponents.

      “I do not think we need to willy-nilly appoint special counsels, and as we can see, it can really take on a life of its own,” Sessions said.”

      doesn’t sound like a man interested in justice to me…

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      • churchmouse says:

        To be fair, the last thing the US needs is yet another special counsel. (Aaarrgh.)

        Liked by 6 people

      • Sounds like an honest man. If you have grand juries empaneled what do you want a special counsel to muddy the waters and rabbit around, wasting time? Special counsel option has not endeared itself to me as effective, efficient or expedient this far.

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      • Rhoda R says:

        On the contrary – there is nothing about justice in the Mueller probe. Sessions sounds like a realist when it comes to the utility of special counsels.

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      • noswamp says:

        I don’t like SC’s either. But that is assuming we got one like Mueller. Historically they have all been like Mueller. So no. But that being said, Sessions has not addressed the concerns by the Congressman and his constituents either. I understand why he has to be quiet and for that reason will give him until May 15 to show his cards. Until then I remain suspicious that Sessions cares about justice the way most of on here do.

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    • The Devilbat says:

      The Senate in a bipartisan vote just passed a bill to protect Mueller from being fired. I for one would like the names of every republican senator who voted for this. President Trump is surrounded by enemies. They will not stop unless they themselves are stopped. The president needs to act and act soon and put an end to this disgraceful behavior.

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      • noswamp says:

        I heard that this was not going to happen. Source?

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      • svenwg says:

        The Bill was not passed by Congress, but passed out of Committee. It still has to be debated on the floor before being voted on by the House and Senate.

        There is no way that the Bill can be Constitutional as the Special Council falls under the Executive Branch and because of the separation of Powers, the Legislative Branch Of Government cannot interfere in the Executive Branch.

        The obstructionist Left in the Committee forced the Republican leader of the Committee to have a vote on their Bill to protect the SC, even though he knew it would be unconstitutional and would be vetoed by President Donald Trump and that is what the Left is hoping for so they can then say that the President is obstructing Justice just before the midterms. As the Bill has zero chance of ever being ratified by Congress their nefarious plan will not work, ever!!!

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        • Deb says:

          The left wants to create a constitutional crisis. They are cry bullies who pick fights with a kid on the playground and then go tattling to the teacher (the media) when the kid hits them back. It’s been their tactic for decades, and the NeverTrumpers and Battered Conservatives have been kowtowed by it. PDJT simply hits back and tells the media where to shove it. The left can’t win this fight.

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  4. DanO64 says:

    Quiet Thursday. Before the storm?

    Liked by 2 people

  5. ivehadit says:

    Donald was sending a BIG orchestrated message today, imho.

    WE LOVE YOU, DONALD AND MELANIA!

    Liked by 17 people

  6. Roberto says:

    I really, really wonder if DJT is continuing to toy with the toolish Dems, and in particular, James Comey. Part of me thinks he’s very happy with the way things are going vis a vis DOJ. I mean, he’s gotta be. As far as I can tell, his DOJ has the entire Dem infrastructure in his periscope sights awaiting torpedo orders. I mean the *entire” Dem infrastructure, from Obama, HRC on down is just sitting out there. I’m no federal prosecutor, but I sure wouldn’t want to be them in the next several moths and (years). They are going to be be obliterated.

    I don’t know Kayne West at all. I’ve only heard the name. But I have to salute the man’s courage and fierce intellectual independence. He’s giving voice to everything I confront daily as a DJT voter in New York, surrounded by hordes of petulant doctrinaire SJW morons. (I’d like to be more polite but I just can’t think of a better descriptor than “morons”).

    To paraphrase Dylan, it doesn’t exactly take a weatherman to figure out which way the wind is blowing.

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  7. Lots of good news today (Pompeo and Grennel) but very upset that OIG testimony has been postponed because report is not ready.

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    • I just read the article, CW. Thanks and I hope he’s right about Sessions. It certainly makes sense to use a clever plan to catch these rats. They’re smart and it’s going to take more than just a mousetrap.

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      • Deplorable_Infidel says:

        “article on Sessions ”

        Yes, can you imagine what would happen if AG Sessions was in front of a microphone every day? I really think that the ploy that Joe diGenova and his wife joining the PDJT team was a PR stunt. When it was first announced, the first thing I thought was “well I thought she was representing the whistle blower from the uranium one scandal?” which is a big conflict right there.

        There will be a lot of blown minds if it turns out that Mr. Mueller is in on the deception to take the heat off AG Sessions while they are building the cases involved in the BHO corruption. Unless Mueller is doing it for a reduced sentence because of his involvement in uranium one? Time will tell, I suppose.

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    • Tonawanda says:

      FWIW (and there is wide disagreement) Q has just posted this link also with the comment: “It’s nice when you can work in peace.”

      We shall see!

      Liked by 6 people

    • Christine says:

      Thanks for posting this excellent article, Countrywide! I’m sorry, I’ve just posted it upthread (along with Vachel Lindsay’s pinned tweet thread which fleshes out the article), as I hadn’t seen your post.

      Liked by 1 person

  8. daughnworks247 says:

    Wow, he was ticked off this morning.

    Liked by 12 people

    • Bonitabaycane says:

      IMO he sounded very frustrated, and understandably so.

      That he puts up with these evil daily attacks is a credit to his strength and resolve.

      He continues to need our support and prayers.

      Liked by 13 people

      • daughnworks247 says:

        Amen Bonita. If I were Melania (if only), I would be throwing things, get these people moving on the same path or get out of the way.

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      • PS says:

        The attacks also come in from the left and the right. My RSS feeds are filled with “Trump says knew about Cohen”, “Cohen may lose his attorney client privilege”, “Trump distancing from Cohen”…. all from the normally right-leaning writers.

        Every day the Mueller investigation goes on is another day of potential chaos. It demoralizes the supporters, makes us doubt Sessions, and gets us closer to a Dem victory in the fall. Every morning drive on Hugh Hewitt I hear the drumbeat of “nationalist Trump”, #resistance politicians… Will the hammer ever fall? Is there even a hammer TO fall?

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        • churchmouse says:

          ‘Will the hammer ever fall?’ Not with the honourable one notionally in charge.

          Furthermore, who got the presidential cufflinks? /s

          For those who don’t know, Rosenstein has them, bestowed on him by WH Counsel Donald McGahn.

          Yes, Rosenstein did present a case before the Supreme Court on Monday (April 23), hence, the cufflinks. It’s a cherished experience.

          As for Sessions’s inaction, sorry, the general public does not understand this logic at all. Nor do many ex-Dems who voted for the President.

          Forget Sessions, along with the President’s base — regardless of prior party affiliation — I continue to MAGA. Along with them, I support the President. I have sincere and deep doubts about the DoJ.

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        • GB Bari says:

          Suggest you review the sources of your RSS feeds. Maybe, just make, you should delete the sources that are constantly sending your messages of gloom and doom about the President. That’s not burying your head in the sand, that’s eliminating propaganda – false narratives.

          If you have a source or sources that are constantly at odds with what you see here in CTH, my recommendation is to re-assess your choice of sources. They are unnecessarily causing you angst.

          I check Drudge Report once per day to see the anti-Trump narratives (Drudge always has them in his 3-columns of headline links). I hover my mouse of the link to see what the underlying website is, and if it’s one of the usual suspects – any of the eneMedia, any of the alphabet networks, or their affiliated websites like The Hill, Buzzfeed, Axios, etc. I don’t click, just ignore it and make a mental note of “the narrative” as indicated by the headline. That way, by not reading their diatribes and BS, it never gets me down. YMMV.

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        • mariner says:

          There’s not as much intersectionality as I’d like between the “normally right-leaning” and the American writers.

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      • The Truth says:

        Yea, he could have handled that interview better IMO. He came across half-cocked and fully caffeinated. He needs to switch to decaf on his next visit

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  9. quintrillion says:

    President Trump is fired up. Love it.

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  10. Deplorable_Infidel says:

    “Additionally, President Trump shared his disappointment with the Justice Department; ”

    He specifically said he wanted to stay out of the DOJ as much as possible, but he might have to intervene if things do not start shaping up over there. Just think of what he would be able to achieve if he did not have “Bumbling Bobby” Mueller screwing up his administration?

    Other Treepers have posted on the Presidential thread about Louie Gohmert (R-TX) and his 48 page expose of Mueller’s corruption, which is below. Let’s hope AG Sessions is going full speed ahead with the uranium one investigation to put a stop to Mueller and put him behind bars where he belongs.

    https://www.scribd.com/document/377409983/Gohmert-Mueller-UNMASKED

    Description: Congressman Louie Gohmert Just Absolutely Wrecked Robert Mueller With Epic 48-Page Investigative Blowout; We Have it Here

    Liked by 11 people

    • FofBW says:

      When was this Report published? Looks very thorough.

      Liked by 2 people

      • Deplorable_Infidel says:

        I am not sure – I think he gave a presentation on the floor of the House shortly after Mr. Mueller was appointed to the SC position. I have heard Rep. Gohmert denounce Mr. Mueller publicly on FNC sometime on a show in the early evening, that was probably a year or more ago. It may have been before Tucker Carlson received his own show after Megyn Kelly’s departure.

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    • Myself, I don’t ever believe you will ever see anything on uranium one. I believe it was a CIA operation . Hillary just took something that was a given and finagled some cash out of the Russians.Hillary being Hillary , never let a crises go unpaid.
      They knew it was going to happen . Hopefully they got something of value , but I would not bet on it .

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  11. Margaret Berger says:

    Where are the lovebird texts? If they hurt President Trump they would have been leaked already. That they have not be leaked is the true definition of “deafening silence”.

    Liked by 2 people

  12. Guyski says:

    Comey will be interviewed by Bret Baier at 6pm. Coincidence? 🤔

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  13. Karl Kastner says:

    Sorry, but it’s time again for:

    Horowitz Is Coming To Town
    (With apologies to: HAVEN GILLESPIE, J COOTS, J. FRED COOTS)

    You better watch out, you better not lie
    He’s gonna find out, I’m telling you why
    Horowitz is comin’ to town

    He’s making a list, of sedition and vice
    You are corrupt, now you pay the price
    Horowitz is comin’ to town

    He’s knows who’s been conspiring
    Page and Strzok are singing too
    He’s been reading their text messages
    And they’ve implicated YOU

    So, you better watch out, you better not lie
    He’s gonna find out, I’m telling you why
    Horowitz is comin’ to town

    Jeff Sessions is sly, and John Huber too
    They laid out the traps, to see what you’d do
    Horowitz is comin’ to town

    His title is Inspector General
    He’s on to your mistakes
    If he offers you a plea bargain
    That’s a deal that you should take

    Oh! You better watch out, you better not lie
    He’s gonna find out, I’m telling you why
    Horowitz is comin’ to town

    He nailed lyin McCabe, soon James Comey too
    Two dirty rats, let’s see who else they chew
    Horowitz is comin’ to town

    Appointed by Barack Obama
    Impartial is his middle name
    He’s not a Special Counsel, but
    The indictments are the same

    Oh! You better watch out, you better not lie
    He’s gonna find out, I’m telling you why
    Horowitz is comin’ to town

    You thought we’d believe, Trump’s collusion was true.
    But he checked it out, the collusion was YOU
    Horowitz is comin’ to town

    The honest law enforcement will watch the judge with glee
    They’re gonna build a gallows just outside the Grand Jury

    So! You better watch out, you better not lie
    Better plead out, I’m telling you why
    Horowitz is comin’ to town

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    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      Beautiful! Thank you for taking the time to write & share.

      Liked by 3 people

    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      “Page and Strzok are singing too”

      Mr. Strzok was in charge of going to NYC to retrieve Mr. Weiner’s laptop, wasn’t he? Perhaps after finding out about the contents he no longer thought so highly of HRC and that she should be in the WH.

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    • Psycho Monkee says:

      Entertaining stuff Karl. Also enjoyed your “Happy Together” spoof. Create another one soon. 😂

      Liked by 1 person

      • Karl Kastner says:

        Thanks, I’ll try to find a new subject-song combo. Once I have that, it writes itself.

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      • Karl Kastner says:

        Inspired by you Crazy Chimp..

        Sung to the tune of “Imagine”, by John Lennon

        Imagine there’s no Deep State
        Remember trust the plan
        They can’t control us
        Awakening at hand
        Imagine all the people learn the truth today

        Imagine no corruption
        I think the time is due
        No one to spy or lie for
        And no surveillance too
        Imagine all the traitors exposed to the world

        They may say propaganda
        But the truth is like the sun
        I hope some day we’ll join up
        And our USA will be as one

        Imagine full employment
        Goods made with our own hands
        And end to trade imbalance
        A job for every man
        Imagine all our workers, building self esteem..

        Imagine no world tension
        Respect for other lands
        No need for war or sanctions
        And health for every man
        Imagine all the leaders meeting for the world, Ooh

        They may say propaganda
        But the truth is like the sun
        I know someday we’ll join up
        And our USA will be as one

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    • Normally Quiet Observer says:

      Had to copy and paste this in another forum … it soooooo deserved a wider audience! Hope you don’t mind! (Often better to ask for forgiveness than permission) 🙂

      Liked by 1 person

    • mariner says:

      I admire the talent I don’t have.

      Thank you.

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  14. waltherppk says:

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  15. Trish in Southern Illinois says:

    President TRUMP was EXCELLENT!
    Was anyone besides myself, left with their jaw hanging, when F & F could hardly wait to end the interview. I mean they couldn’t shoo him away fast enough. President TRUMP wanted to talk & he sounded like he could have kept going, but NOOOooo, the just had to end it.

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  16. pacnwbel says:

    What a fantastic opportunity to hear the President tell it like it is, not couched in flowery nostrums of prepared speech. There was passion in his words, total grasp of the multiple issues he is dealing with plus his plans for a better world. He is MAGA.

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    • ‘passion in his words’ …Our President needs to use this venue. (F&F) more often. The rallies are great but few. Prepared speeches are edited and critiqued by nasty pundits on the MSM. The American public watches this morning show more than the others. CNN is a travel channel advertising Africa and Middle East reports. The people need this passion to line-up to vote in November as if it was a presidential election. The ‘haters’ need to be out-passioned by MAGA. We need to see our President speak out more like this. I do not
      ever under estimate the haters in this mid-term.

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  17. bessie2003 says:

    The President brought up what John Tester did to the Admiral, spouting innuendo and rumors and it brought a question to mind:

    Did Senator Tester make his comments on the floor of the Senate, or was he outside the chambers, in the hallway or some other place when he said what he did about the VA nominee?

    The question arises because it is reminiscent of what Sen. Harry Reid did to Romney when Romney was running for President, about not paying taxes, and because he said it while on the Senate floor he could not be prosecuted or held accountable for liable, and after the election was over and it came out that what Harry Reid said was a lie he basically shirked his shoulders and said so what?, knowing he could not be held legally liable.

    I do hope that if Tester said what he said not while on the Senate floor that the Admiral would sue the man for liable. It would go a long way to stop this personal destruction to expedite political aims if the liars can be held accountable. It would be nice to see a willingness to fight these domestic traitors.

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    • KBR says:

      If for a Senator, supposed to be a representative of people, can legally lie in Senate then why can a citizen not legally lie to a Senator?

      All floors of Senate’s operations belong to the people, not to the Senate. The entire capitol building and the Hill it sits upon is OURS.

      That law needs changing. NO MORE LIES!

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      • bessie2003 says:

        I believe it is Senate Rules that were made many years ago, perhaps in the first years of this nation, in order that a Senator be allowed to speak his mind without repercussion; a rule that has been remarkably abused when Reid was in office.

        A theme, freedom of speech, that showed up in yesterday’s Supreme Court session regarding the travel ban, a few of the Justices asking what limits can be drawn between what a private individual says on the campaign trail, can those words now be held against that individual after they have taken office, or, once in office, does a different standard now exist, free and clear of campaign speeches and promises.

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        • Allowing Senators to lie on the Senate floor follows the same pattern that is now clearly visible with the Dems and corrupt DOJ/FBI members. It’s all about propaganda. Get the enemedia to report on it, then it has legs and is referred to as having been validated because it was reported. This is Sundance’s Circle of Nothingness that is started by lies. In the case of Senators, the propaganda is used to discredit others. It’s reported as true because no one challenges the validity. It’s the propaganda seed. For the corrupt cabal, the propaganda seed is leaked. For the crooked campaign, it was getting the fake dossier to the DOJ/FBI and then waiting for them to leak it. We are a banana republic when propaganda can be used as justification for investigations; and clearly we’re there.

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        • GB Bari says:

          That really torques me. It should not matter one darn iota what a candidate says on the campaign trail. It should not matter what they say after being elected. The only thing that SHOULD matter is the wording of the new law or EO that has been challenged and is before the court, versus existing law.

          This business of trying to get into anyone’s head is total Leftwing BS. That’s not law, thats psychology. Court Jurists are not psychologists, they are assumed to be experts on law. Period.

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          • bessie2003 says:

            Here is a link to the audio of the hearing, which syncs up with the transcribed text. To hear it click on the little black speaker symbol in the upper left part of the page.

            It really is quite interesting, and it is clear that a few of the Justice’s are basing their questions on the left wing talking points about ‘well, he said it on the campaign trail so it must be what’s really going on even though the text and application of his travel ban doesn’t say so’

            https://www.oyez.org/cases/2017/17-965

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            • GB Bari says:

              Thanks Bessie. Yes it has been a disturbing trend that I am hoping will start to abate as more conservative constitutionalists are appointed to the courts.

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  18. Jlwary says:

    I can’t stand the liberal comments on the YouTube video…. so pathetic.

    Liked by 1 person

  19. Pam says:

    It’s very obvious POTUS had his coffee this morning. 😉 I thought his comment of possibly intervening at the DOJ at some point was interesting but I think that is possibly an absolute last resort and not something he really wants to do unless feels he has to.

    With all of that being said, I believe we will see justice. It’s not a question of if but when.

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  20. fanbeav says:

    Strozx and Page ext messages were just released by DOJ! Should be an interesting!!

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  21. rsmith1776 says:

    I must be in minority – I did not believe the F & F hosts were bad, ill-intended, or particularly obstructive.

    I also felt the President was a little tired and fed up, and it wasn’t acting.

    Wishing the First Lady a Happy Birthday and our wonderful President a lot of strength and to be surrounded by more people deserving of his trust.

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    • GB Bari says:

      You could tell the F&F hoists were a bit off their game plan because they really didn’t want to interrupt POTUS but they most likely DID have a list of questions to ask. Brian did a pretty good job of respectfully interrupting….

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      • So right, GB! Managing to find most of the nanoseconds blocks of silence that occurred as Our President took a mini-breath, Steve Doocy got quite a few of his questions in, showing the advanced skill set he’d acquired through years of experience! I thought Kilmeade did a poor job, plus looked downhearted as Da Prez skated on in uninterrupted glory.

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    • Did you notice that both Steve and Bryant could not help from cracking a smile every now and again when the President was on his soap box? My impression was they were lovin’ every minute of it……

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  22. intercesser says:

    I am a big fan of ” let Trump be Trump ” . He is his own best advocate and no-one else can motivate his base of support in the way that he can . In some ways Pres. Trump is a poor communicator in the way that he seems to go off on a tangent before circling around to finish his point , but as Jay Adams has noted . Pres . Trump is a great persuader . His own communication style persuades his audience that he is more like them than all of the polished and scripted professionals . He is so obviously his own man who speaks from his own inner core . We trust him because he goes off tele-prompter .

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  23. Michaela says:

    Their faces were very telling. It seemed to me that they wanted him to shut up and he would not. It seemed to me that they wanted to cover more ground and make more points or whatever. Notice how the were fidgeting A LOT. Grant it, I know that they only have so much time allotment, but nevertheless, they were talking to the PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES. The should be honored that he took the time to talk to him. I DID NOT like the faces they were making. Next time, allow him more time, your commercial break can wait. He is the President, FYI, he deserves a lot more time and respect, people watched THIS.

    I was laughing, frankly. Because he was on fire and he wasn’t going to let someone else steal the show. I sure do love my President!

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    • Dekester says:

      Agreed, I watched it all. Ainsley looked shocked, Kilmeade was stammering, and trying to keep up with PDJT. Doocy couldn’t stop laughing whenever PDJT said leaky, lying Comey.

      Then right at the end he gave Ainsley’s book a shout out, and wished her well. At that she just beamed.

      Class, real class. But CTH supporters know that.

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      • amwick says:

        Hi Dekester, I like those three. Can’t quite put my finger on it, but I do. It is great that they got this interview. They were probably getting instructions in their earphones about tying to wrap things up.

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    • Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

      Apparently the hosts had their script and were trying to read through the whole thing. The good president wouldn’t let them get a word in edgewise. Good for him. M A G A

      We need less public protest whining and more stuff like THIS in the streets.

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  24. Michaela says:

    Sorry, I didn’t proof enough. Grammatical errors. Yikes.

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  25. paulraven1 says:

    He was on a roll. I don’t know one can listen to him rail against the DOJ (while quite plausibly explaining his “hands-off” position), and not believe he’s disgusted with Sessions.

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    • tdaly14 says:

      Paulraven 1 he is disgusted with the AJ office and Sessions. He’s just been saying it since Sessions recused himself. Don’t know how ppl can’t see that.

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    • mariner says:

      I don’t see myself as a political genius, and I can’t see how others can believe his “disgust” with Sessions is genuine.

      I’ve believed from the beginning that President Trump is always negotiating, that when he speaks he understands his opponents are listening too, and that we can’t and shouldn’t expect to take this literally. Seriously, absolutely. But not literally.

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    • LOL…..But listen to some who REALLY believe that Sessions and P Trump are playing 4-D chess together. How many outbursts will it take from our President against this incompetent to get people to wake up, get out of the Session worship groupie cult and support our President?

      I just shake my head too……Sessions has done absolutely NOTHING that PDJT has not forced him to do by lighting a Zippo under his butt. NONE of the investigations going today have anything to do with Sessions. All of them from the IG investigation to the Little Rock Clinton probe started before Sessions was even confirmed.

      Yes, yes, I know…..there will be some indictments, but these will come in spite of Jeff Sessions–not because of him–He’s proven himself to be as worthless to the American citizenry as a titty on a boar hog……

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  26. Stab, the unstoppable hero says:

    President Trump was irritated with the justice department because they are slow-walking justice in every way they can. Sessions is trying to make sure he travels the “honorable” route. Problem is that his honor demands that all his senatorial friends (accomplices) have plenty of time to get out of DC with their ill gotten gains. That’s what friends do for friends after all. Why else do damn near half the Republicans in congress either vouch for Muellers integrity or demand legislation to protect his BLATANT illegalities. Sessions knows if he follows the STRICT rule of law then the reputation of the institution he has belonged to for the last quarter century will be destroyed. No. He must save the senate AND the DOJ. Surely that’s the honorable thing to do. If i’m wrong I’ll eat crow until the cows come home. I’ve got a large bottle of Frank’s Hot Sauce I can’t wait to open.

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  27. Matthew LeBlanc says:

    Has a consensus been established on the timeline of when Sessions/Rosenstein will be considered for or against MAGA? If no indictments and or convictions happen prior to November is it still 12d chess or is the gig up?

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    • The emotional defense of sessions is truly breathtaking, considering his accomplishments regarding draining the swamp to date consist of “prosecuting” cartoon character “reality winner” in his 9 month decalred WAR on leaking (and what a powerful effect that had /S) and the gutsy FIRING of swamp fall guy andy mccabe (That’s FIRING, a few days before his retirement). Oh – and he filed a lawsuit (it think) against CA instead of rightfully perp walking the mayor of Oakland and the CA AG. Now THAT is some record!! Seriously, he has done nothing but OBSTRUCT JUSTICE, and ENABLE the year and a half assault on the President, MAGA, the American taxpayer, freedom and the constitution…and he’s zero for the duration VS sanctuary cities, implied consent, and DACA, including the woeful defense in the recent DACA loss, where the judge had to advise the DOJ that they somehow forgot to bring the two most relevant arguments

      But of course it’s chess, and “soon” and “any minute now” and he’s “preparing the case”

      GOOD GRIEF!

      In the same way that this brainwashed, group think type koolaid crowd (Q) viciously attacks anyone who criticizes their jeff as “concern trolls” (w/e that means), i could easily accuse them of being controlled op liberal trollbots, in support of the swamp war on the President.
      But i won’t ‘O

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    • Koot Katmando says:

      Probably not. I like reading what Sundance posts. I learn a lot about what is going on here. But Sundace seems to avoid the Sessions discussion and not post things about him. Sundance seems to stick with the IG is on it. Today I heard Sessions and Graham praise Rosenstien and hoped to see Sundace address it. Or see Sundance address Sen Grassley voting for the Mueller protection thing.

      I have also been watching for a MOAB this suppose to come this week. Maybe it will come but time is running out.

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    • Apollo says:

      I have to think that the midterms are the ABSOLUTE latest that we could expect real action (MANY indictments of not just the peons but also the top level of the conspiracy and, by then I would think, at least some guilty pleas).

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  28. burnett044 says:

    Life is full of surprize…Just noticed Bill Cosby found guilty….perhaps there is justice now and then?

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    • i look at cosby like fat harvey weinstein – both these powerful hollywood type operatives took the fall for their globalist masters’ metoo cartoon narrative…
      Believe me, NEITHER will suffer, regardless of any FAKE NEWS pushed by the swamp media…the liberal elite will always take care of their own (including “poor” andy mccabe)

      IMO metoo and times up have NOTHING to do with the abuse or harassment of women, but everything thing to do with the desperate attempt to remove Donald Trump from power – simple as that.

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  29. Jlwary says:

    Is there anything to Trump mentioning Cohen represented him in this Stormy deal? I just took that to mean when Stormy used him and Cohen back in April to do away with the NDA. Can anyone shed some light on that? Libs thinking he did something wrong! Lol it’s too funny.

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  30. albrevin says:

    Wow, was Comey uncomfortable or what during that interview with Brett B? He was unusually terse in his answers. Stories changing.

    It still strikes me, and I think it was C Herridge that pointed this out, but Comey clearly viewed his role to ‘protect the institution of the FBI’….. not justice, equal application of the law, etc. but protect the institution. 2 nights ago former AG Mike Mukasey said the same thing to Laura Ingraham. He said it twice and it went right over LI’s head and she never followed up. (Not commenting here on LI). I find it very telling that Comey and Mueller have the same mindset…. to ‘protect the Institution’. it’s a sick mindset. Can you imagine if your doctor thought it more important to protect his/her hospital rather than you as his patient?

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  31. ablefox says:

    The Cloud…

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  32. ezpz2 says:

    Hafta say – Bret Baier did a very good job interviewing Comey- replete with playing clips of President Trump on F&F and then asking Comey to respond.

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  33. Jimmy Jack says:

    I’m waiting for the dirt on John Legend and Chrissy Tiegen to drop given the escalation in his attacks on Kanye for supporting Trump & MAGA.

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  34. ablefox says:

    Irrational exuberance abounds.

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  35. Heika says:

    Trump did not mention that countless witnesses at the OPCW Hague conference just gave testimony including children to confirm that there was NO chemical attack in Duma. The whole thing was staged. Why didn’t Fox raise this? Trump didn’t mention it because Fox News will not mention what just happened on a world stage that has major significance to Trump’s future. Trump was fooled, tricked and manipulated into bombing Syria, an act he may well regret as this unfolds…but hey that was the plan the whole time of the globalists right.? No-one here wants to know about this- I know, and probably won’t sit through this video of the countless witnesses, medical doctors etc on the ground at the time, but only one person needs to watch it, President Trump. I doubt he will be allowed to see it. Put yourself through it. London planned the entire show, and Trump was dragged into it. I prefer truth, to having a bag over my head because I hold Trump to his pre-election word, and for some reason he has broken it on war and it matters alot. He has become what ever single president before him has, a war monger.

    There are a few here who are thinkers and I hope they get how serious this briefing at the Hague is. There are just a couple of people I respect on Fox, Baer is one as is Tucker, but Tucker may have gotten a wrap on the knuckles for daring to criticise the exceptionalism of bombing Syria for NO EVIDENCE crime. Fox is owned by Murdoch, and Murdoch is on the board of Genie Oil, who owns the massive gas fields in the Golan Heights who has an interest in ‘taking over Syria’ for Israel. End of story on Fox. No doubt Tucker got reminded not to question war in Syria. If you have trouble watching it because of RT, then I suggest you go back under the bed? https://www.rt.com/news/425240-opcw-russia-syria-douma-witnesses/

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    • svenwg says:

      I would not like to be in the position to have to be seen to uphold Human Rights across the globe. Even though I disagreed with the bombing of Syria due to unverified accusations of chemical weapon use on civilians, I have to admit (and understand) that President Trump was placed in the unenviable position of having to support America’s Allies in their headlong rush to punish Assad.

      What I admire about President Trump’s decision was that he did not indiscriminately bomb Syria as his predecessors did, but surgically strike installations that either could make or store Chemical Weapons. Something that was meant to warn and not create a situation that necessitated using American troops that would have to be left in place to prevent more atrocities being committed.

      President Trump wants American troops back home and did just enough to create a warning, but not enough to create another Afghanistan 🇦🇫, Iraq 🇮🇶 or Libya 🇱🇾 situation where American involvement is a drawn out and multi year affair. President Trump is not a war monger but a builder that does not believe war is a solution to anything, so I give him a qualified pass on this raid as he prevented a more protracted and expensive engagement.

      You are either with President Donald Trump or against him, as is with pregnancy it is all or nothing and your comment filled with concern is well noted, but not much appreciated!

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  36. Charlotte says:

    PLOT: After Comey Firing, FBI’s Strzok Texts That It’s Time to Open Up Criminal Case “We’ve Been Waiting On” Now That McCabe is Running FBI


    This doesn’t look good for the FBI cabal.

    The new texts between FBI special agent Peter Strzok and FBI lawyer Lisa Page.

    Peter Strzok texts Lisa Page right after Comey is fired:

    “We need to open the case we’ve been waiting on now while Andy is acting.”

    Then another exchange at approx 5:30 am the morning after Comey was fired:

    Page: “We need to lock in [redacted] In a formal chargeable way. Soon.”

    Strzok: “I agree. I’ve been pushing.”

    Sounds like the “life insurance” plan to remove President Trump from the White House?

    Andrew “Andy” McCabe was calling the shots at the FBI.

    What case were they waiting to open once he was in full control of the FBI? Trump related no doubt.

    This story is developing.”

    https://truepundit.com/plot-after-comey-firing-fbis-strzok-texts-that-its-time-to-open-up-criminal-case-weve-been-waiting-on-now-that-mccabe-is-running-fbi/

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  37. C R Lord says:

    I think the President needed someone to talk to and vent to because he was doing so many run on sentences and not letting the news people get a word in. I respect the fact that he has done a lot considering the amount of opposition he faced, but the reporters looked frustrated as I was that he wouldn’t slow down and let them say something.

    Perhaps he is feeling the pressure a little too much and needs to just go somewhere and rest for a short time just to slow down and relax even if its a very short time. Constant battle day and night for a year could wear anyone down no matter how strong they are.

    My wife and I are praying for him and his protection and I think perhaps we all should be praying for the President’s strength of mind and heart. I doubt that any of us could carry the load he has been carrying for as long as he has. The pressure has to be incredibly significant and tense every day.

    Sometimes my mind gets very tired reading all the slanderous attacks against him and Melania and his family and his supporters. It’s almost like a never ending tide of filth. Hopefully the swamp will soon be drained enough to give him some kind of break.

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  38. thomaspain1961 says:

    Somebody on Tracybeanz twitter feed named Magnum Ck opined that cohen (long time dem) set up Trump with stormy prostitute as part of the “insurance plan” and to grievously attack Trump’s family. Trumps name is not on the contract. Trump has said publicly that he knew nothing about the payoff. Trump does not lie (I never ever thought I would declare that about a U.S. president). The SDNY raid was actually to investigate this.
    If this scenario is true, and I am inclined to believe it is, imagine the damage and crow the yellow stream media would have to eat. cnn would have to shut down. Again if this scenario does transpire, I will walk out to my front porch and scream “Trump is a genius!” Such a scenario would be so Trumpian!

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    • thomaspain1961 says:

      Just a couple of more thoughts:
      Trump is a germophobe, I cannot see him having intimacies with a porn star.
      stormy likely thought “I’ve had my picture taken with him, it will be my word against his, and surely the masses will believe me.”
      Trump has neither confirmed or denied this, I think to keep to stormy thing going to cause more damage to the yellow stream media.

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  39. I think Trump said he’s not happy with the DOJ because there’s been a lot of crimes and no indictments (yet). And also still a lot of Obama holdovers in there and who knows what they are doing.

    What’s encouraging is Sessions finally coming out and saying it’s time for Mueller to close up shop. That’s a helpful indication that “Mr. Magoo” may be slow but at least not compromised.

    I’m not buying Schweikart’s full take on what’s happening with the main players though. This whole Rosenstein/Mueller as 44D white hats deal is ridiculous when you look at what they have done. A lot of awful and lawless behavior. The swamp Congress’ unwavering support for them tells you everything you need to know about those two.

    Thankfully they appear to be contained, and were played into a long dead end for the Left to travel. That leaves them with precious few options now that they’ve hit bedrock and it’s a dry hole.

    So we’ll see what happens. Bottom line I think is that indictments won’t be forthcoming until Mueller backs down. Giuliani’s goal I think is to only allow Mueller/Rosenstein to have some form of immunity in exchange for cooperation, and certain Congressmen will get to walk in order to avoid impeachment proceedings.

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    • Charlotte says:

      A Democratic lawmaker said that the Speaker took issue with a prayer on the House floor that could have been perceived as being critical of the GOP tax-cut bill.

      On Nov. 6 — the first day of the markup on the GOP’s tax bill — Conroy in a prayer urged lawmakers to ensure the legislation did not exacerbate the nation’s gaping class disparities.

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  40. Beverly says:

    Holy Cow.

    Well, it makes sense that Pres. Trump called Jeb Bush “Low-Energy”– he has enough fire in his belly to light up Manhattan! That was hilarious: the Fox & Friends were just clinging desperately to the back of Trump’s chariot as he galloped full-tilt down the track!

    Sounds like The Donald is BUSTING to get his own side of all this crap out in public, and it must drive him crazy to maintain presidential decorum in this knife fight. He hardly paused to draw breath, he was so outraged.

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