President Trump Impromptu Presser Departing White House Heading to G7…

President Trump held a wide-ranging impromptu press conference departing the White House for the G7 summit in Canada.  WATCH:

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  1. HBD says:

    The Boss continues to make heads explode.

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  2. President Trump’s Strategic Options for the G7:
    [reposted from Presidential]

    End G7 Tariffs against America
    … OR Levelize Tariffs for Exports to America
    … THEN end G7 Tariffs for Trade with America
    … Leaving other G7 members fighting Tariffs & Quotas amongst themselves.

    Commit the G7 to UNIFIED MAXIMUM SANCTIONS against Iran

    Bring in Russia to split them from Iran and China
    … provided they comply with MAXIMUM SANCTIONS against Iran
    … [recognizing MAXIMUM SANCTIONS could be coming against Syria]
    … and block IP-Thief China from Participation

    Turn the collective G7 against Cheatin’ China
    … foiling the 25-50-100 Year Plan and Belt-and-Road Initiative UNTIL they
    … shut down excess Steel and Aluminum Capacity
    … stop back-door Exports to violate the spirit of Trade Deals
    … end Import Barriers & Protective Tariffs
    … stop Currency Manipulation
    … stop IP Theft and Cyber Warfare
    … shut down the Militarized Spratley Islands to interfere with Asian Trade Routes
    =====
    But when China complies, their Plan evaporates.
    WINNING.
    M🇺🇸A🇺🇸G🇺🇸A!

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    • Publius2016 says:

      Interesting thing is that G-7 really only issues statements that are policy signals…EU Canada refuse to negotiate so more PAIN IS COMING! They have their hearts set on 2018 and Special Counsel…the Globalists are out to destroy America First! but like the President says, when you’re $800 Billion down, what do you have to lose!!! O Canada knows NAFTA IS DEAD…SENOR O IS ON THE WAY TO DESTROY PRIVATE OWNERSHIP IN MEXICO!!!

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      • Looking forward to the “Statements”:

        G6: We stand against America

        Trump: “NAFTA is TERMINATED”

        Trump: America’s Trade Deals with the G6 will strictly be Bilateral. Much simpler. Far faster. We will accept ONLY Free and Fair Competition that eliminates tariffs to reduce prices for ALL of our Citizens.

        Mic drop.

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    • jnr2d2 says:

      Simple answer to all questions: We’ll put the exact same tariffs on any good you sell to us. None of this “bundling BS.” And, Europe, you know we can buy pretty much the same stuff from eastern Europe – Poland, Hungary, etc. And with that money they can turn around an by our stuff. Problem solved!!

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  3. Publius2016 says:

    Wow! Greatest Modern President ever! Look how each answer is tailored and specific…doesn’t take the bait but gives more rope so these fools will run further! Kneelers have been given notice…Action is required! Russia Russia Russi Hoax is met with Russia back into G8! No more lies…BUSINESS!

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    • jello333 says:

      Up to this point there are only a tiny handful of presidents who were more effective, more important, and Trump is only getting started. You’ve got Washington, Jefferson, Lincoln, FDR (though a mixed bag), maybe a few others (Ike? TeddyR?). (I’m not including ones I may have “liked”, since that has little to do with whether they were a good president… Carter for instance, I liked personally though not a great president.) So yeah, Don is already approaching Top 5 territory, and as I say… he’s only just getting started.

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  4. fleporeblog says:

    Farmhand1927 shared the following with me in reference to that 14th of June:

    IG Report released on President Trump’s birthday and also on Flag Day. Roll the stone away, let the guilty pay. Happy Birthday, Mr. President. Hands over hearts, tears in our eyes, we honor and pledge our loyalty to our Grand Old Flag, forever may she wave.

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  5. fleporeblog says:

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    • jrapdx says:

      Trade war. Does it go something like this?

      US raises tariffs to match other country. Other country retaliates, raises tariffs on US goods. Fine and good, US increases tariffs again. Other country wants to increase tariffs on US goods, but doesn’t import enough from US to have significant effect. Other country begins to suffer decreased exports to US…

      Trade war is over because the other country running out of ammunition, at risk of shooting self in foot. Other country now has to get serious about negotiating with US for better “deal”.

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    • robins111 says:

      I sincerely hope the tariffs on most of those products are tossed. As a Canadian, this is an example of artificially keeping the prices high so certain people make out like gangsters on these hideous prices. The costs are naturally plunked on the consumer. That would be me.

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      • jello333 says:

        Yeah, and I get tired of hearing people complaining that Trump’s “American First” policies mean he doesn’t care about the rest of the world. That’s not it at all. Does Trump ever say, ” ONLY America”? No. He’s more than happy to make deals that’ll be fair to ALL those involved. It’s just that he’s never gonna make a deal that harms to US. Will he take a deal that gets the US only 90% of what it’s seeking, if demanding 100% would destroy our trading partner? ABSOLUTELY! “America First” does NOT mean destroy your opponents… even though that’s what Trump’s enemies like to pretend.

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  6. Beautiful stuff from our President. Shots at corruptcrats like Comey, crooked Hillary and athletic kneelers and locker room lurkers. Calling out the cabal of unfair traders, pardoning more worthy African Americans and always, always castigating Fake News.

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  7. fleporeblog says:

    THANK YOU PRESIDENT TRUMP for defending Secretary Scott Pruitt!

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  8. Our Five Eyes “allies” have reason to be ashamed….
    UK, NZ, Australia and Canada treason against US !

    “SpyGate & Queen’s Privy Council” at Aim4Truth(.)org

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    • Publius2016 says:

      It’s not treason…these are GLOBALISTS! Like Obama and Crooked, their allegiance lies elsewhere!

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      • KBR says:

        It is treason.

        When you are a US citizen in a position of power and your allegiance lies elsewhere, that is treasonous.

        When you swear fealty to the alliance as an ally and yet your allegiance/commitment to your allied group lies with the enemy of it, that too is treasonous. (Imagine if Britain had suddenly decided to change sides on DDay? Would it not have been treasonous?)

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  9. nerveman says:

    Balls of steel. The Russia G8 just makes good common sense and to say it takes guts.

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  10. Janice says:

    On knees to The Father in gratitude and prayer. GBVSGPT!

    Liked by 7 people

  11. Liz says:

    Birthday check written wish it was for more but I don’t want to be in jail..Unlike Rosie they will lock me up. We owe you for life President Trump regardless of what happens with the OIG report, you’ve risked your life, finances and family to save America words cannot express how grateful I am. I am alive today and free to type on this great website. God Bless you President Trump.

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  12. SoCal Patriot says:

    He is such a badass…I never thought I’d say I like another president more than RR, but I do.

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    • We liked Reagan.
      We LOVE Trump.

      Liked by 19 people

      • jello333 says:

        I didn’t like Reagan, at all. Though now I’m finally willing to admit he DID do some good, and was pretty impressive in some ways. But Trump?… this guy is in a league all his own. (And remember, I had been a Dem my whole life until recently :/ )

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        • President Reagan focused on back-room deals developed at night with Speaker Tip O’Neil.

          President Trump focuses on bringing all of America to understand problems, watch problem-solving in action in our living rooms, and revel at his deal-making ability to develop win-win SOLUTIONS.

          He makes every American an INSIDER like no politician in history could or would!

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    • dawg says:

      He really is turning out to be a damn good president. I gladly voted for him, not knowing how effective he would be, but just mainly thankful that Hillary lost and figured now we could at least stop the bleeding. He is exceeding my expectations. Lots of swamp left to drain, but hes doing a fine job.

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      • jbowen82 says:

        I’m with you. I was a Flight 93 voter. Todd Beamer and the guys didn’t know how to fly an airplane, but they knew what would happen if they did nothing. We didn’t know what we were going to get with candidate Trump, but we knew how bad Hillary was going to be, so stopping her was more important. After Gorsuch, I figured everything else was lagniappe, and boy, is it turning out much better than I hoped!

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      • Kaiser Derden says:

        we all wanted the swamp drained but it seems like Trump realized that wholesale draining would bring a big fight with the entrenched so it seems he’s draining alittle but putting heat and sunlight on the rest and watching it slowing dry up and fade to dust … he’s playing a long game (3-4 years) … what was a swamp has now turned into a mud pit and eventually it will dry up and return to productive use (representing Americans first) …

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  13. EbonyRaptor says:

    Hey NFL and NBA malcontents – let me know if there is someone you know of who has been unfairly treated by the system and deserves consideration for a pardon – GENIUS!

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  14. MaineCoon says:

    I think this G-7 is a waste of POTUS’ time and I’m glad to hear he’s leaving early and skipping the climate change sessions among other all-talk-no-action sessions. The globalists are stuck in the past. They can’t help themselves, even though some of their constituents are rising up against globalist leaders. they refuse to see the error of their ways. Sadly, imo Macron will look back and regret he chose not to be mentored by POTUS. Afterall, there is a populist arising in France too as seen in Le Pen’s run. Merkle and May are beyond helping, but I see why POTOS tried with Macron.

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  15. stephenreed says:

    Its time to acknowledge that every country has an obligation to protect its workers against foreign competition with tariffs.

    I get that Trump is moving public opinion toward beneficial tariffs with halfway measures.

    Let’s abandon the argument that trade wars are fought to lower the tariffs of our trading partners. Rather the objective is to build a well protected walled garden according to the conservative principles of Henry Clay and Abraham Lincoln.

    The world is arguably better off with high import tariffs everywhere.

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    • Kaiser Derden says:

      Well Europe has done so with the VAT for decades … time to end them or level the playing field … the world would be better ending them …

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  16. jrapdx says:

    Watch the impromptu press conference, handled deftly by PT. He presented ideas, like getting suggestions for clemency from “resistant” athletes, utterly brilliant way to get them “on the same team”. Blew a few gaskets among leftists re: it should be once again the “G-8” group with Russia included. PT was remarkably patient, friendly with the traitorous “press”, it would be very hard to regard him as an enemy. What a great strategy that is.

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    • dutzie60 says:

      I wish the questions could be heard. Example, what did the one that “wasn’t prepared” trying to ask? Did she even get to ask a question or did he just scold and move on? 🙂
      ‘Don’t come to MY press briefing unprepared, I’m busy’. Hahaha

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      • jrapdx says:

        I didn’t catch that exchange either. But I didn’t think PT was unkind, just direct about it. Can’t say for sure but I believe the reporter did ask a question after that.

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  17. filia.aurea says:

    Swamp Media – so disrespectful and unfair to President Trump. ‘Reporters’, it’s time to get your heads our of your swampums and begin honest coverage of POTUS – I’m surprised he still gives you moronic rat bastards the time of day. We all love you, President Trump and First Lady Melania – prayers for your continuing return to good health, your are the greatest First Lady in my lifetime. Give ’em full frontal he!! to pay, Mr. President.

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    • phoenixRising says:

      Heard him call out someone for not being prepared with a question when he called on her!

      Don’t recall impromptu press conferences since JFK

      President Trump is quick on his feet with questions… and he calls them out, as all straight shooters do.

      Yes… 2020 is his.

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  18. Coldeadhands says:

    The media is breathlessly reporting on the late arrival of the President to the G7. He missed a scheduled meeting with the Frog President 🐸.
    They aren’t mentioning that Potus had a extended back and forth with reporters on the White House lawn, while Marine1 was churning in the background. Obviously knowing fully well what his time window was for arrival in Quebec. Whoopsie, Macron 🐸 might want to reconsider trolling Potus before a meeting!

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  19. sterling1776 says:

    Wow. I still have friends whining about PDJT attacking the first amendment and the press. Wake up! Have we ever seen such an open and candid administration!?

    He is a master of the first amendment.

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  20. Newhere says:

    I have a feeling PDJT may be warming up for a massive pardon/commutation of sentences — like in the thousands. It would be breathtaking, and in my opinion a phenomenal idea if done the right way, cutting through or across politics.

    I get the feeling he might do this because of the way he’s talking about how not just celebrities deserve pardons — it’s the people no one knows about. And the way he’s soliciting recommendations. Asking for suggestions and doling out reprieves is genius — but also invites deserving requests to come out of the woodwork, justifiably asking, if him/her, why not me? The risk is a sense of arbitrary justice . . . but the answer is to complement the trickle of well-selected pardons with a sweeping pardon/commutation for a carefully defined category of petitions — a category so deserving that the move is above reproach and immune from the charge of double-standard or selective justice. A category that would touch and bring hope to thousands throughout the country, with a ripple effect even beyond the pardoned souls and their families.

    Trump understands the deep wounds inflicted by the justice system over the last 1-2 decades — massively harmful abuses of power allowed to continue with impunity, while petty (non-violent) crimes have been punished with live-ravishing sentences. A stroke of blanket clemency would be risky and controversial; but also so well-suited to our current moment. What a way to show, in the most visceral way, that he’s for the forgotten men and women. It would explode the swamp’s smug calculations yet again — winning the crowd while doing the right thing. It would be so Trump.

    A long shot. But I’d sure love to be right!

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    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      “PDJT may be warming up for a massive pardon/commutation of sentences — like in the thousands. ”

      Perhaps he figures the space will be needed for other, more deserving individuals that are often discussed here. Especially if judges deem them to be “flight risks” and deny bail.

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      • phoenixRising says:

        I think he will pardon as the case arises and meets his criteria.
        It will appear as a drip, drip… constant.
        A huge mass pardon would appear reckless to the public… it would to me.
        Don’t think he will do that.

        There should be focus on each case so that the public understands why the pardon.
        No Mark Rich pardons (Clinton)…
        Zero pardoned in the thousands… I’m not acquainted w/ how (drip or mass) as I was so discussed Zero I could not stand to read about him.

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    • highdezertgator says:

      “The risk is a sense of arbitrary justice ….” you mean like Deep State DOJ FBI doles out!!

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    • IMAGINE how massive and FULLY-deserved pardons and commutations would INSPIRE the current prison population to carve a COMEBACK in LIFE.
      • Best Behavior: President Trump restores HOPE through CHANGE!
      • Preparation for Work: President Trump provides APPRENTICESHIP paths to EMPLOYMENT.

      Stunning compassion and leadership like never before!

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    • As to the build up of federal incarceration in the late 80s was a response to the destruction of minority communities

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    • Amy2 says:

      I think he enjoys having the power to grant mercy; even though he receives none. It probably brings a little joy into his day!

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  21. fleporeblog says:

    Our National Treasure continues to mock everyday Americans because she hates what our President is doing for them. I pray for health every night. She needs to remain right where she is for the next 25 years.

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    • fleporeblog says:

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      • Bonitabaycane says:

        Pelosi is doing a fantastic job being the face, surgically enhanced, of the Democrat Party. 🙂

        She is the political opposite of MAGA.

        For every MAGA position and victory she is opposed to each and every one.

        She is what we get without MAGA.

        I am convinced Pelosi is not what the majority of Americans want as the “face” of their country.

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      • jrapdx says:

        What a moron! Pelosi is an embarrassment every time she opens her mouth. She’s the perfect emblem of selfishness, the Democrat creed these days. May she long reign and Democrats cringe, relegated to the fringe of relevance.

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      • Newhere says:

        Head –> desk.

        Notice too: the reason we needs increased wages isn’t so families can afford things like groceries, healthcare, a roof over our heads and happier, healthier lives. No, it’s so that “consumer confidence” increases. Pelosi is literally incapable of talking like or to human beings. All that comes out of her sputtering bobble-head is incoherent Wall Street blather.

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  22. Fools Gold says:

    If we end the trade war for our farmers they can compete with anyone anywhere. If that happens can we end farm subsidies? Just thinking out loud but it seems to me that would help the small farmers be competitive again.

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  23. MaineCoon says:

    No time like the present G-7 meeting for POTUS to withdraw from NAFTA. MIght as well cut to the chase and leave them all in a stew.

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  24. todayistheday99 says:

    That’s the Trump that I voted for. Good to know he hasn’t been cloned and powned by the dasterdly evil globalist.

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  25. nikkichico7 says:

    I just watched a snippet of our PRESIDENT Trump talking with sparkle socks and ‘ol sparkles looked like he was covering/protecting the family “jewels” … soy boy … 😖

    Get him out on the ice and cross check the bugger❗️🤨👍 … (it’d be a service to what’s right and maybe geld him) and two services to mankind in one slick move 😃👍😉💥

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  26. fred5678 says:

    I repeat my comment from daily thread:

    (This video) Should be used at Biz schools to demonstrate how a real CEO talks. Gotta KNOW YOUR FACTS about everything!!

    Presstitutes sounded humbled and in awe of The Lion today.

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  27. Paul B. says:

    I recall when obama – veritable messiah, he – would go weeks and months without a press conference, yet the press adored him. Trump gives massive press access, and always speaks informally, genuinely. For that, of course, the media crucifies both him and his family. Just a reminder that we have enemies and we need to pray for the president.

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  28. tuskyou says:

    Thank you for posting this. I watched live this morning and hours later I’m still thanking Almighty God for this man.

    So many favorite parts, but his outreach to athletes/others who feel they’ve been wronged by the system is classic Trump. That’s right–this uncaring, racist, selfish jerk will consider their suggestions/sarc… I’m LMAO.
    Go ahead, tell POTUS about some dude with a rap sheet 3ft long who commits a violent crime while out on parole. Or how about ‘I’m just borrowing my cousins car, I dunno how that coke got in the trunk, I’m just driving my mom to the hospital…the cops planted it’. Ain’t no way they approach POTUS with the bullcrap they call unfair. No way! I can’t stop laughing.

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    • Steve says:

      I can imagine the conversation now…
      Well Don. Can I call you Don? No? you want me to call you Mr. President.
      OK, here’s why I kneeled all last season. you been unfair to the people.
      Who?
      Well, there’s this one dude in Philadelphia. I heard about this guy the brothers been trying to get freed for many years. He’s a cool guy. Wrote up a kids book and everything.
      His name? It’s Mumia Abu Jamal.
      What’d he do? He shot a guy, that’s all.
      Well, yea, he was a cop, and it was in cold blood. But
      What do you mean the meetings over? Ya gonna free Mumia?

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  29. USA loves Melania says:

    That was interesting to hear President Trump talk about Muhammad Ali. Awhile back I was watching the “Rumble in the Jungle”, the fight between Muhammad Ali and George Foreman, October 30th, 1974, in the sweltering heat and humidity of Zaire in Africa. I love watching classic boxing matches and I had this thought as I was watching that President Trump is like the Ali of politics. Ali was fast on his feet, unconventional, hated by some, loved by others. He would talk to his opponents during the fight, taunting them, and his detractors said he talked too much but his fans loved it.

    I actually like George Foreman but in this fight George was analogous to the Deep State (My apologies to Mr. Foreman, a great boxer. It’s just an analogy). George is big. I mean really big. And he is POWERFUL. Nobody hits as hard as George. He’s a monster of a man and nobody can stand against him. He just knocks dudes out. He is the heaviest hitter in boxing history. It’s almost pointless to get in the ring with him because if you do you know you’re gonna lose. All the bookies at the betting joints favor Foreman by 4 to 1 odds to win the fight over Ali.

    So the bell rings and Foreman comes out swinging. He’s pounding away at Ali. Ali is leaning back on the ropes with his gloves up, protecting his face. Round after round goes like this. Ali always leaning waaaaay back on those ropes, taking punch after punch from the hardest puncher on earth. There’s no way Ali can take this. George is beating the hell out of him. Ali must be losing every round, at least on the judges scorecard. He’s just taking a beating.

    But a funny thing happened on George Foreman’s path to the World Heavyweight Championship – Ali didn’t go down. He just stood there, taking hit after punishing hit from George. But he STOOD there, he didn’t go down. George’s punches don’t seem to be having any effect.

    After 8 rounds of this Foreman is getting TIRED. He’s not used to a fight lasting this long. He usually knocks his opponents down in the first round or two. He doesn’t have a late game strategy, he hardly ever needs one. George is slow, sluggish, swinging wildly at nothing but air. Ali is older but somehow has the energy to outlast George. He’s nimble, still on his feet. Ali is taunting Foreman, motioning to him, “Come here and hit me again, George.” George’s punches are still powerful but they aren’t landing. Ali’s punches are quicker, sharper, and he makes every punch count. He boxes with the precision of a surgeon. Now Foreman looks a little swollen above his right eye. He’s hurting. A quick right from Ali. Then another. A flurry of punches and then down goes Foreman! He’s on the mat, the referee is counting 1..2…3. George can’t get up! …4..5..6..He’s still down..7…8…It’s all over! What a fight!

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  30. DJ says:

    Was watching FBN this morning during PDJT’s arrival in CA for the G7. They were confused as to why POTUS took the time for the news conference noted above when he was already late in departing. But I’m wondering if something else was going on to cause the delay…

    The cameras set up to catch his arrival at the conference facility in CA also caught something I haven’t seen before – the military advance team arriving just ahead of Marine One. Trump had been filmed getting on Marine One to head to the meeting spot from the airport in CA where AF1 had landed. Later when the news team thought he was arriving at the meeting site, the cameras came on to film his arrival. But they weren’t showing Marine One arriving, it appeared to be a CH-46 which landed and disgorged a number of US Army troupes in uniform and full battle gear carrying packs and M4’s along with a number of what looked like Secret Service types in suits. Army guys went one way (into the woods) and SS guys the other toward the facility. Also following the Army guys in their direction were other support people carrying their sniper rifles in cases (and yes, I know that’s what was in those cases – I have carried them also). When talking heads realized there was no POTUS, they cut away to a commercial. Eventually they filmed the arrival of Marine One about 20 mins later.

    Twenty minutes advance just isn’t much time for an advance team – must have been another one already there. But I’ve never seen our military guys in uniform and battle gear arriving like that just minutes before POTUS at what should ALREADY have been a very secure site. Maybe it always happens this way and just doesn’t get filmed, but it struck me as very odd.

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    • Ditch Mitch says:

      DJ, great catch. I watched the impromptu presser followed by PDJT boarding AF1.
      Had to get somethings done and didn’t get back until PDJT was walking to meet PM Sox and First Lady Sox. When Kaputo came on I flipped to FNN.

      One of the gals (can I say gals?) on FNN Outnumbered made a comment about the “hostility of PDJT will be facing at the G7 our supposed friends and allies vs the positive welcome PDJT will get in Singapore facing one of our greatest rivals (enemies?).

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      • Ditch , last point is their ‘talking point directive’ of the day. I noticed when Sheep Smith blurted out “Going to anger-trade war-with “Allies” so called …..before flying off to be friendly with a dictator”. Shepard Smith needs to to be doing the weather at some station back in beautiful Ole’ Miss.

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      • jmclever says:

        POTUS Trump has watched and learned all the ways the Deep State screwed Ronald Regan. That assassination attempt was NOT a mentally ill person suffering from unrequited love any more than Benghazi attack was inspired by a YouTube video. POTUS and his posse are watching for assassins. Ever notice how his suits always seem so big?

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    • stephenreed says:

      I recall an ongoing debate regarding armed escorts, questioning the go-it-alone approach.

      My own preference is an impressive military armed escort for POTUS, swarm drones, etc. with embedded secret service governance ensuring correct behavior.

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    • Trump Train says:

      would be very interested in seeing this clip but unable to find it 😦

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      • DJ says:

        Yeah, I’ve tried to find it and haven’t been able to. The thing is, as far as the news media is concerned, it would be throw away video.

        I was watching Fox Business and the video was shown during the Varney and Co show. If someone had that on their DVR for some reason, it would be there about half way through the show.

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  31. Ditch Mitch says:

    After PDJT’s comments about Russia, the G& should be renamed the summit G(8-1).

    At the joint press conference PDJT said that a bilateral trade deal with Japan is so important (for trolls and those of you in globalist land, bilateral is a deal between two parties). PDJT’s comment tells me any 6+1 deal will now be a 5+2 deal. That will never work US economy is ~$1T greater than the combined economies of the other 7 countries (~$20T vs ~$19T). US + Japan is ~$12T greater (~$25.5T vs ~$13.5T). So who would be the last man standing (or woman).

    One more thing Mao Tse-Merkel or Little Hillery (your choice) has been pretty quiet during the “war of trade war words”. She is letting the lil Macron and Sox take the arrows, although watching her walk around Hillery style says she still thinks she is in charge.

    Final note, even through the “Trade War” US stocks have been going up.

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  32. Pam says:

    These impromptu pressers are just awesome. I love how formality is kicked to the curb with our president just being himself each and every time. You gotta love him for it!

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  33. daughnworks247 says:

    PDJT dropped so much news in 17 minutes the reporters had whiplash.
    Do you get the impression he does this when he wants the reporters to leave him alone? As in his team has more important things to do — let’s create a craft activity to occupy the toddlers? It was a stunning presser.

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    • Ditch Mitch says:

      Great point. Throw em a bone and they will go chew on it. Was Russia in the G8 that bone? PDJT not only gets them to leave him alone, he gets them running all over. Usually in the wrong directions.

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  34. Lawrence says:

    The high road maneuver on the petulant NFL kneelers was brilliant!!!! Put up or STFU athletes. If someone was treated unfairly by the justice system, let me know and we’ll consider, but don’t you dare take it out on our flag and people for which it stands. Lookin at you Curry, LeBron, Kaeppy, etc!!!!

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    • daughnworks247 says:

      Was that brilliant or what?
      Now the players have to come up with names, research, do the actual work, and if they don’t submit anything, they cannot complain.
      Is this what PDJT thinks about at 5:00am?
      Dearest President Trump – where have you been all my life?

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    • AZ18 says:

      It was great. Another example of “assigning responsibility” per SD. Looking forward to see if anyone of these whiners will respond.

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  35. “I have been preparing all my life.”—President Donald J. Trump

    No plan there…nope…no 3D Chess. Just a “straight-shooter” throwing caution to the wind. 😉

    /s

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  36. Donna in Oregon says:

    The G6 think President Trump is off balance because of their little 6 + 1 game.

    Our President is very smart and very, very kind to let them have their moment.

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  37. Missing Andrew says:

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  38. woohoowee says:

    It’s always nice to hear PT45 speak off the cuff. He’s right, Melania is a *great* First Lady! (She wears a White Hat, too 🙂 )

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  39. Kaiser Derden says:

    he rocks … he just ended the kneelers … talk about pulling a reversal …

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  40. rudy1876 says:

    Where are Obama and HRC today?

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  41. Hampshire says:

    Trump is a master at these impromptu press conferences. Unfortunately, the main reason most of those reporters are there is to hopefully catch Trump saying something controversial so they can immediately pass it on to their network actors and then the hysterical anti Trump hysteria can be coordinated as one fake angry voice by all of the MSM.

    I too was shocked and saddened when I heard Anthony Bourdain had allegedly killed himself. I used to enjoy watching his show until he bitterly and superciliously said on one of his shows that, “I’ll never have a meal with Trump…” (paraphrased), even though POTUS wasn’t expecting a meal with him.

    Bourdain seemed like a very unhappy man to me beneath the stoic on air persona. It’s very unfortunate, he didn’t find a way out of his misery.

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  42. TheWanderingStar says:

    President Trump is soooo in his grove. His confidence, sharp mind and humanity are on full display. Such a great representative for his constituents!

    He’s changing the world. Not an exaggeration.

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