President Trump Speech To Electrical Contractors, Philadelphia Pennsylvania – 2:30pm Livestream…

President Donald Trump speaks at the annual convention for National Electrical Contractors in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Anticipated start time 2:30pm EST.

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59 Responses to President Trump Speech To Electrical Contractors, Philadelphia Pennsylvania – 2:30pm Livestream…

  1. FL_GUY says:

    Every day, I am amazed at how much strength and stamina President Trump has. He just keeps working and working. I cannot wait for the rally tonight to hear the next installment of D-Rat destruction.

    Liked by 29 people

    • fleporeblog says:

      FL_GUY your absolutely right! He told us the secret in his speech. He LOVES what he is doing.

      I absolutely enjoy whenever our President invites everyday Americans to come up and share their story. The Economic Train had a smile on her face listening to the two small business owners. Business is booming! They are increasing wages, benefits, buying millions in new equipment and are playing on growing their workforce BIGLY within the year.

      The young man was incredible. He was honest when he interviewed about having to be deployed. He was concerned whether the company was paying him lip service about hiring military personnel. The kept their end of the bargain by giving him a job and as soon as he got back from his 3 month deployment, they put him right back to work.

      They and all of us have one incredible man to thank for our good fortunes; PDJT!

      Liked by 10 people

      • Deplorable_Infidel says:

        “listening to the two small business owners”

        I just spoke to one in Lockport, NY yesterday afternoon. I promised to fix him and his neighbors up with signs for 2020. They are all MAGA.

        Wore one of my TRUMP/MAGA shirts from the volunteer campaign to the supermarket earlier today. Two verbal positive responses, one from a neighbor and another from a stranger.

        Liked by 10 people

        • fleporeblog says:

          Awesome! Good for you.

          Liked by 1 person

        • Hun Driver Widow says:

          Each of us must urge everyone we talk to to get and vote on November 6th and for them to urge their friends and family to do so as well. We must support President Trump and give him a Republican House and Senate. Our Donald is working tirelessly to make our country great and return power back to the American people and we must have his back 24/7! Let’s Roll.

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  2. I’m just impressed that he shows up to conventions like this. Not very sexy, but vital to everything we do in America.

    Liked by 13 people

  3. calbear84 says:

    Tennesse rally yesterday was incredible. Rush reported that 92,000 people requested tickets! That’s more than the entire population of Johnson City! This is a political movement unlike any we’ve ever seen.

    Liked by 18 people

  4. Ditch Mitch says:

    Might need that hard hat in DC.

    Liked by 6 people

  5. Everywhereguy says:

    Shocking. I hope he zaps the Dems.

    Liked by 2 people

  6. ogoggilby says:

    “I don’t want to put [this hard hat] on…It might mess up my hair. (Pondering) “Do I have a good hair day?” (Puts on the hard hat) “How’s my hair…?”

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  7. maga2004 says:

    Hmmmmm, Hillary used to give speeches to bankers and liberal groups; Trump gives speeches to our military and Working Americans. And the press still won’t see the red tsunami wave except in their rearview mirror.

    Liked by 17 people

    • oldschool says:

      Thank God she did. HRC’s “deplorable” label, which drew giggles from her leftist elites, was the final nail in her coffin. imo

      Liked by 10 people

      • maga2004 says:

        Amen, Oldschool!!! The reason it took a bit for her to refute it was because that line was part of her standard inside Liberal, big money stump speech for awhile, and it always got such a rousing response from her supporters that she continued to use it.

        In contrast, Trump’s complaints are against the Leftist leadership; he is always reaching out to the opposition’s base, i.e., his “what have you got to lose?” line when imploring independents and democrats to vote for him.

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  8. rustybritches says:

    What seems to be going on with the Markets They were up and now seem to be going down I thought they were up because of the Trade deals and I know this morning there was some report about banks in Italy but that seems to have been solved..

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  9. SHV says:

    I may turn out to be a FOS Pollyanna but I truly don’t understand all of the wailing, hand wringing and “I’m nor voting if, if “, etc. All that I see is the Dem-Thugs exposing their true evil nature, confirming for a fact what PDJT was called crazy for talking about 2 years ago. This last Kavanaugh sh*t show has totally neutralized what had remained of the “Never Trumpers” and has given second thoughts to uncommitted and the “soft Dems” who still place some value in fairness and Human decency. From my vantage point all that I see is that the viciousness and craziness just makes PDJT physically and politically stronger. Why would a guy who has had multiple bankruptcies and been the target of NYC Tabloids for decades be fazed by this Dem’s cheap sh*t show now??

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    • SHV says:

      sorry wrong thread

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    • Cooper45 says:

      SHV–“I truly don’t understand all of the wailing, hand wringing and “I’m nor voting if, if “, etc”
      A majority of them are likely trolls trying to discourage and suppress the Trump vote.
      They are amateurs compared to the various female “Tokyo Roses” that spread radio propaganda for the Japanese militarists during WW II to lower the morale of American soldiers. It never worked then and Trump supporters know that quitting is not an option if they care about their country and families.

      Liked by 1 person

      • SHV says:

        I agree but for a relatively old follower, new poster to call out trolls is probably not the best etiquette. But you are correct, seems like comments have more and more Dem operative concern trolls trying to spread FUD.

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  10. Gil says:

    Just an fyi for POTUS, my healthcare premium for my area went UP 14% for this open enrollment period. The same plan in northern California went up 40%.
    We had to choose a more limited plan to avoid the increase of roughly 300 a month.
    On choosing the LIMITED plan, that plan had across the board reductions.
    In essence, we were forced to enroll in a limited plan with the same insurance company, keep our doctors, and will save about $250 a month from our CURRENT plan.
    Whew.

    Liked by 3 people

    • SHV says:

      From personal experience, the real financial killers in Health Insurance coverage are how they define and cover “In” and “Out ” of their network and “balance billing. Expecting the Insurance company to pick up “every thing” will cost a fortune and what is really needed is “insurance”. I was caught in a situation with a high cost employer health plan where the surgeon that I need was “in network” and the hospital where he worked was not. Catch 22 and a $57,000 bill from the hospital and additional balance billing.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Matthew LeBlanc says:

        Same thing happened to me once. Doctor visit covered but the clinic the service was performed at wasn’t.

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        • SHV says:

          I was caught in another similar situation involving emergency, middle of the night eye surgery. I was told that OR time was available at “In network” hospital the next day but the free standing eye institute wasn’t covered. I elected to deal with the financial issues later rather than go blind in my right eye (no exaggeration). After those two episodes with high dollar insurance, I prayed that I would make it two years to cross the Medicare finish line before being financially ruined.

          Liked by 3 people

          • Deplorable_Infidel says:

            “emergency, middle of the night eye surgery.”

            Yep. Detached retinas are something that have to be fixed ASAP. My brother had one, supposedly if you have one than chances are the other one might detach.

            An Optometrist told me before he retired that I should have a surgeon on speed dial for the same thing, because for some reason I am a high risk for same.

            Liked by 1 person

    • Dennis Leonard says:

      Well Gil,that is problem with your state,same reason your gas is 4.00 a gal.Now if that Newsum[sp] is elected Gov,watch what happens than,free ins for all the boarder jumpers.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Gil says:

        Ih yes they want to raise our taxes and then some.
        Jerry brown just made it 21 n over to buy any gun, rifle, shotgun. Also you now have to have a full background check, and pat for it, to buy ammo.
        I think our insurance will be ok…the only less expensive option was the worst ca style obama care plan.

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  11. Cooper45 says:

    It would be ludicrous for a nobody like me to advise the ultra successful PDJT on anything but as a Trump supporter I think it would be interesting for Trump to paint a clear image (during a rally) of what America would be like now with Hillary or any other Democrat front runner as President instead of him. It would add a little change or contrast to his accomplishments.

    For example Comey would likely have been fired and “Andy” McCabe would be the FBI Director, Brennan would still at CIA, Clapper at DNI and so on. The cover up of the Coup would have buried all evidence from the eyes of the American people and Strjok, Page, Bruce Ohr etc would still be in their positions and working diligently for the Clintons.

    How many Americans would still be unemployed with a GDP increase of less than 1%, how many millions would still need food stamps, what would be the unemployment rate for African Americans, Hispanics, the Rust Belt. What would have happened with N.Korea by now or with an invigorated terrorist Iran still spreading proxy wars rather than a country under seige with sanctions and on and on.

    Trump and his staff could paint a repugnant picture of what Hillary’s America would look like compared to Trump’s incredible successes and real positive changes in the lives of Americans, notwithstanding the loco lefties that could not accept an election result.

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  12. CHINA’s ECONOMY looks like MAGAnomics in REVERSE !!!
    [Communism Triumphant]

    REGULATORY STATE EXPANDING
    Since the CCP’s implementation of wide-reaching economic interventionist measures, privately run companies have been struggling to meet government regulations, affecting the three coastal provinces that host much of China’s private economic activity.

    TAXES SPIKING as STATE SHIFTS DEBT to PRIVATE SECTOR
    In recent years, as part of supply-side reforms and deleveraging, the Chinese regime has shifted massive debts from SOEs to the private sector. Meanwhile, the Party has imposed a $300 billion taxation and social security plan aimed to generate funds for deficit-ridden local governments, also at the cost of the private sector and the general population.

    TRADE SURPLUS EVAPORATING
    As a result of the Sino-U.S. trade conflict, however, China’s trade surplus has dipped by almost one third since last year.

    INEFFICIENT STATE ENTERPRISES DISPLACING PRIVATE SECTOR
    In China, key industries are overwhelmingly dominated by state-owned enterprises (SOEs), which gives the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) more control over the economy, at the cost of innovation and profitability. 

    TRADE WAR BLEEDING PRIVATE SECTOR
    The Chinese private sector that grew vibrantly in the past several decades is now on the verge of collapse, a victim of being squeezed for profits by the CCP, and as the Party doubles down on its positions in the Sino-U.S. trade war. New U.S. tariffs will target China’s high-end manufacturing and consumer exports, and expand to cover all goods imported from China.

    MANUFACTURING RUNNING DEFICITS
    Guangdong Province, the go-to success story during China’s economic reform era that began in the 1980s, now reports serious deficits in the manufacturing sector as the state takes greater control over industry.

    ENTREPRENEURS DISAPPEARING
    According to official statistics in Jiangsu Province, 2,461 enterprises dropped off the list of “designated enterprises”—companies with revenue that tops 20 million yuan (about $3 million)—representing 5 percent of the total number of such companies. Private investment, as well as industrial revenue, has dropped.

    INVESTMENT DECLINING
    In the first six months of this year, investments in the Jiangsu private sector fell to 765.6 billion yuan ($111.30 billion) from the 976.5 billion yuan in the same period last year. 

    https://www.theepochtimes.com/chinas-coastal-economies-struggling-under-us-tariffs-dominant-state-sector_2671818.html

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  13. Ditch Mitch says:

    Sounds like PDJT is recruiting nonpoliticians for public office. Great stuff!

    Liked by 4 people

  14. bullnuke says:

    Always an uplifting experience watching President Trump interact with us deplorable. This man no doubt loves this country and it’s people. Very happy to hear him discuss vocational training programs. MAGA is real and working.

    Liked by 6 people

  15. Summer says:

    Lol, that apprentice guy was great.

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  16. railer says:

    Great event. Great people. They all know what side their bread is buttered on, and they’re all with the big guy. I really enjoyed watching that event. Trump brought up 2 owner/operators and an apprentice to speak. They were all good and well received, and he was the perfect gentleman host to them. I appreciate that Trump appreciates how valuable those people are, and it’s not just a political show for him.

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  17. CorwinAmber says:

    I’ve always maintained that the biggest difference between the 19th and 20th centuries is inexpensive and reliable electricity in every home and factory…nothing else comes close! And yet we all take it for granted…but not our VSG POTUS who has spent his entire life dealing with electrical issues. Meanwhile, the previous POTUS probably plugged in a toaster once and thought he was the second coming of Tesla…SMDH!

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  20. Becky Pacey says:

    I needed something to do with company that are coming. They love our Lion, so went to The Patriot Depot and bought a puzzle called The Republican Club . I would post a pix, but do not know how. But here is the link if you want to see it. I loved it. They also have some other great ones. I have not affiliation with them, just thought some of you might like to see it as well.
    https://patriotdepot.com/the-republican-club-puzzle/

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  21. Publius2016 says:

    yes real people leading real lives in the greatest country on Earth! ty President Trump for MAGA!!

    Liked by 1 person

  22. Publius2016 says:

    yes real people leading real lives in the greatest country on Earth! ty President Trump for MAGA!!

    Liked by 2 people

  23. WSB says:

    The one man who looks EXQUISITE in a construction in a construction hat!!!!

    KAG!!!!!!!!!

    Liked by 2 people

  24. Pyrthroes says:

    Some say Trump has “the common touch”– but no. However one-of-a-kind, this deep-rooted American patriot distills the Jeffersonian essence of “our lives, our fortunes, and our sacred honor” and everybody knows it.

    Donks’ inverse snobs do themselves a serious injustice by playing Brutus to Trump’s Caesar… a small but telling indicator is that Trump never “dresses down” but sloborific Rats in all their sans culotte gloire effectively appear in greasy coveralls and sweats.

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