President Trump Minnesota Business and Worker Roundtable Discussion…

Prior to attending a rally in Duluth Minnesota, President Trump attended a business and worker roundtable discussion to hear from business leadership in Northeast Minnesota.

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26 Responses to President Trump Minnesota Business and Worker Roundtable Discussion…

  1. Elric VIII says:

    A Business and Worker Roundtable Discussion followed by a MAGA Rally so massive they had to move it to a bigger venue? Sounds like a mullet to me. Business in the front and Party in the rear!

    Liked by 10 people

  2. beaujest says:

    Great rally by the Lion !

    Liked by 5 people

    • Carrie2 says:

      beaujest, and we can be sure the fake news will say there were only a few there and never admit the thousands who are there. Good old hag Hillary was lucky to have some 300 as most times she had nothing so she photoshopped to show more attendees.

      Liked by 1 person

  3. Troublemaker10 says:

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  4. Ditch Mitch says:

    PDJT is so approachable. Round table with “local” politicians and workers. Listens to every word. Is familiar with what they are taking about and actually gives updates on issues the “locals” bring up.

    I said it before, PDJT is cutting government staff because he knows more about what is going on then the staff.


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  5. Pam says:

    Each time one of these business roundtable discussions are held, the people see that they have a friend in the white house that supports them and wants to hear about issues that affect them personally. We haven’t had a president like this in a very long time!

    Liked by 10 people

  6. no-nonsense-nancy says:

    I love these round tables. He is such a peoples president. He gives all the credit to others and not himself. People who say he brags are absolutely right. He does brag but he is bragging about all those ones who are working hard to MAGA!

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  7. Cheesehead54016 says:

    Dear POTUS Trump. Thank you for visiting our great state of Minnesota. We would like to see you back in several months to remind us and the other voters that we have a chance to vote in a hard working, proven representative of the 8th District of MN in November 18. Thanks also for remembering that it is the hard working, thick skinned folks like Minnesconsin residents who are going to keep you and your hard working team in office to keep working on our behalf. Thanks for visiting and please come back again soon. MAGA, KAG2020

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    • Sentient says:

      Minnesconsin. Never heard that before. It’s a good reminder that Duluth’s twin city is Superior, Wisconsin. A visit to Duluth-Superior won’t be forgotten and will help cement Wisconsin in 2020.

      Liked by 6 people

      • Cheeshead54016 says:

        The big lake and tens of thousands of smallers ones bond us. Thousands of Minnesotans have cabins in WI and vice versa. The comeback of steel and alum production here is US and the upcoming trillion $$ Infrastructure spending bill(s) will make MN and WI great again. MN will be a red state in 2020. KAG20

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  8. Sentient says:

    If the president wins “The Range” and St Louis County, MN, he should win MN with its 10 EV’s.

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  9. fleporeblog says:

    I absolutely love the rallies but to be honest, these round table talks are pure gold to listen too. Our President is in his comfort zone and the local folks appreciate the fact that he is there and understands their issues and concerns.

    I can’t wait for him to win the state of Minnesota! Especially given the fact that it hasn’t been done since 1972. Even the Great Ronald Reagan came up short when he won 49 states in 1984.

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    • Dobegirl says:

      I know Flep. I’m originally from there.

      I still have many friends and relatives in Minnesota and Wisconsin.
      They’re wonderful hard working people. Like most working people they’re too busy working, taking care of their families and friends, and just living their lives to pay much attention to politics.

      They’re not happy about Minneapolis and surrounding areas being taken over by Somalians and muslims though. My best friends parents lived in an area that’s now been taken over by a muslim mosque.

      I have to admit I shamelessly red pilled all of them for a year and a half before the election. (only lost two, got blocked). Maybe the rest were just too considerate to say anything. But we’re still friends.

      I did promise them that after the election I would stop inundating them with political news. I’ve pretty much stuck to that promise, (unless it’s something affecting them personally) but I’m hoping enough of them have woke up to what the politicians are doing do their beautiful state.

      I was ecstatic when PDJT won Wisconsin. And he only lost Minnesota by a bit over 1 point.

      I’m so glad to see PDJT having rallies there. I know he can win them over.

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    • Laterensis says:

      According to Pat Buchanan, when he commiserated with Reagan shortly after the election for losing Minnesota (Mondale’s home state), Reagan replied: “Pat, we didn’t lose Minnesota.” (The tally says he lost by some 3,700 votes, but he didn’t believe that it was on the up and up.)

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  10. Dutchman says:

    Im wondering how all the “Wisconsin-nice”, and “Minnesota-nice” people feel, when they see these ‘activists’ saying and doing such vile and hurtful things, like what P.F. tweeted, and confronting HHS director at dinner.

    You know, during csmpaign, many were ‘put off’ by DJT’s,…”brash” manner.

    So, wonder if these ‘resistance’ characters aren’t engaging in counter-productive behavior?

    How is anything they are doing, persuading anyone who’s ‘undecided’?

    To anyone who’s not already IN ‘the resistance’, they just come across as rude, children, throwing a fit, cause they lost.

    So, good. Let such behavior continue.

    Remember, we have the First amendment. In the marketplace of ideas, ALL ideas and opinions are heard.

    Those that are foolish, absurd, rediculous, distasteful, unproductive, or even dangerous will be dismissed or marginalised.

    So, let them speak, so long as they don’t cross the line, to violence and threats of violence.

    And yes, I know, there is ANTIFA, and since US GOV. has declared them a terrorist organisation, an unbiased fbi/doj SHOULD be ‘on’ that.

    Not that hard; you assign people, NOT to get involved in confrontation, but simply to follow them, when they leave.

    Those masks gotta come off, at some point. Too bad our FBI/DOJ is too busy, to bother,….

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  11. Rhoda R says:

    Those violent idiots aren’t trying to convince anyone of anything – they are trying to intimidate people into NOT opposing the leftist agenda.

    Liked by 3 people

  12. Pyrthroes says:

    Post midterms, with solid Congressional and Senate backing plus –at long last– a thorough DOJ housekeeping, we think of Trump as an unstoppable “Victory 2” missile, launched on-schedule, due to land right atop the pinhead crania of “Crumbs” Pelosi, Chuck-a-Biddy Schumer, and their pullulating ilk.

    Extraordinary, what am ultra-sophisticated guidance system plus a megaton payload can accomplish.


  13. OIG kangaroo court hearing, SES Gowdy and SES Horowitz (at 8:04)

    “Gowdy Grills Horowitz” >


  14. Cooper45 says:

    I watched Wilbur’s appearance before the Senate Finance Committee and it gives a hint of the complexity involved in the present “trade war” and some insight into the benefits for some American companies like the reopening Steel Companies and the uncertainty and concerning impact on thousands of small businesses in various states (S.D; Washington state, Ohio, Pennsylvania etc) that have to file for exemptions and wait for a reply to either save their business or close due to higher costs. Due to the tariffs from China and Canada.

    It appears that during this trade war, many American companies, small manufacturers, farmers etc are uncertain about the future of their business or are being burdened with new regulatory Commerce Dept. requirements. I could not discern where partisan politics skewed the discussion because some GOP were hard on Wilbur while a few Dems, where steel plants are reopening, were supportive.

    It would have been informative if sundance had had the time to analyze the hearing but so many other issues were occurring. Wilbur is handling a very complex and difficult set of problems at 80 years of age.

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  15. MVW says:

    The flow on effect from Trump’s multifactored strategies is not comprehended by 99% of people. Most think linearly instead of high ordered nonlinearly, squared, higher factors. Everything changes in ways that can’t be imagined or dreamed.

    1 point in GDP = $3 trillion/yr + 10 million jobs
    Trump said he thinks we will be at 4% GDP, but when he says that I expect he is thinking north of 5%. People just can’t imagine such growth levels, but that is because they can’t grasp flow on effects.

    The biggest threat to high growth is permit speed, red tape kills speed and kills growth rate.

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  16. Doug says:

    Hes going to win minnesota in 2020 no diubt and the realignemnt of the midwest save for chicago will be complete

    Liked by 1 person

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