President Trump Impromptu Media Remarks in Ohio….

President Donald Trump delivers remarks on the release of Pastor Andrew Brunson from prison in Turkey.  In addition President Trump remarks on the missing journalist rumored to have been kidnapped, perhaps killed, by Saudi dictate.

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69 Responses to President Trump Impromptu Media Remarks in Ohio….

  1. tav144 says:

    I find it noteworthy and interesting that he didn’t really seem to want to acknowledge or give credit to Turkey or Erdowan. This is telling. He said there was no deal made. This implies to me it was a strong arm “release or else” maneuver. Leverage. I can’t help but think it has something to do with the journalist killed that seems to conveniently look like setup by Turkey.

    Liked by 21 people

  2. Peoria Jones says:

    Wow, what a beautiful photo – kissing the flag. Also, I was glad to see the men on the roof in the video.

    Liked by 14 people

  3. rsmith1776 says:

    All the morons yell about Saudi Arabia being punished without proof for the alleged death of one so called journalist. In fact a Muslim Brotherhood agent, which makes Washington Post guilty of terrorist connections.

    The same idiots disregarded multiple, proven, consequential anti-American actions taken by Iran while being repaid by Baroque 0bola with untold billions of dollars.

    Erdogan is a good friend of the Iranian mullahs. Birds of a feather.

    Liked by 20 people

  4. sysconfig says:

    Heinous crime if true..I just thought it was peculiar the long line of news media and silicon valley folx even Uber and Branson..all Anti Trumpers making a hay day whilst not saying a peep about Assange..languishing in another embassy….

    Liked by 6 people

    • The Boss says:

      The people you mention are in on the scam. Instead of pathetic, scheming leftist democrat senators, we have pathetic, scheming leftist whores of business and media hawking a fantasy. This time the fantasy is murder. And the objective is the same – influence an election to overthrow a government. Criminals all.

      Liked by 4 people

  5. progpoker says:

    I believe Thomas is correct. Makes more sense than what the pile-onners and fake news have to say. The narrative builders are hard at work!!

    Liked by 8 people

  6. Honest Abbey says:

    I find it strange that there’s not even a hint of suspicion surrounding the missing journalist’s fiancée. She purportedly went with him to the embassy, but she waited outside rather than going inside with him….strange, no?

    Also, it has been reported that the Saudi government sent 15 agents to Turkey on the same day Jamal Khashoggi disappeared. How would the Saudi’s even know that he was expected at the embassy on that particular day? It was made to sound as if this engaged couple just swung by the embassy to pick up some documents prior to their impending wedding.
    Would this require an appointment?

    It’s all very suspicious!

    Liked by 5 people

  7. pnj01 says:

    Another presser! President Trump gives the Press so many opportunities….to make him look like the Man in Charge. And he is.

    Liked by 3 people

  8. Curry Worsham says:

    Cracking jokes about the bald-headed guy in front of the camera.
    POTUS is one relaxed dude.😎

    Liked by 5 people

  9. feralcatsblog says:

    What I want to know about the accusations being made against Saudi Arabia is what do Professor Doctor Christine Blassy-Ford’s recovered memories say about it all? Maybe the CIA should bring her in as a consultant. God knows they need all the help they can get if they are ever to get anything right.

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  10. lock her up says:

    Very likely he dropped off Fetullah Gulen in Turkey last week, and then said, hey can you release that journalist? That’s not a deal, technically. That’s good neighbors borrowing sugar one week and the other borrowing an egg the next


  11. railer says:

    Yeah, this all stinks, and you could just smell the set up when fake news and the neocon cabal started squawking in unison. Then the pastor suddenly gets released. Gee, I wonder if these events are related?

    That guy was clearly somebody’s asset, and either the Turks or the Saudis or probably both wanted him dead. The Turks likely killed him, with Saudi sanction, like a mob hit. The Saudi consent might have returned a Turk promise to release the pastor. There may be other possible permutations of this shady deal, but it seems certain something like this occurred.

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  12. Cooper45 says:

    Congratulations to the Brunson family and all the best to them in the future.

    Good to see Richard Grenell again. His Fox commentaries in favor of Trump from the early days were always worth watching.

    Liked by 11 people

  13. woodstuff says:

    But the journalist wore a Dick Tracy watch.. or Apple watch. Christine Ford could verify this

    Liked by 2 people

  14. Cooper45 says:

    It is quite brazen of me and probably unwise of me (here) to make a suggestion to PDJT, the most ingenious and successful politician in my somewhat lengthy lifetime. Especially, a fledgling campaign that ran with little initial support and considerable joking and mocking from the media and jeers from most or all of the political elite in both parties.

    I’m just an ordinary run of the mill foreigner nobody but it seems to me that Trump’s (necessarily) repetitive rallies would be a tad more effective if he gave at least a few more hints of a positive vision forward and slightly less at looking back at his great (but past) accomplishments.

    Trump was a smashing and immediate hit with millions of Americans not because he recited his impressive business successes but mostly because he laid out a hopeful and promising vision for the future. From my experience many voters have short unappreciative political memories but they are always open to refreshing new ideas about their future. I also think Trump doesn’t use his great sense of humor enough. However, there is an excellent chance that Trump would still help those running for election win if he read the same exact speech at every one of the next rallies by his charisma alone.

    Notwithstanding all that, I would gladly stand for hours to listen to one of his usual rallies.

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    • MVW says:

      Trump has to be unpredictable in this incredibly tenuous and hostile political time. So, it is best to talk about accomplishments and not talk about future, other than in general terms such as the wall, working on trade, making taxes permanent, judges, immigration, etc.

      Liked by 4 people

      • Cooper45 says:

        Your comment is likely the best political option at this time. When he runs for President again the goal posts might change.

        My brazen, amateur, armchair political advice above was mainly regarding borderline Dem-GOP voters and some independents that just might tip the scales for some Reps or Senators in the most competitive jurisdictions.

        Trump’s base is solid and appreciative of all of his efforts so any tweaking (or not) of his speeches will have no effect on them. He’s “loved” by them and the faces of most of the attendees behind him show it.

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    • Beverly says:

      I think you have a good point. He is starting to shape out the terrain, though: At some point, we Americans are all going to have to confront head-on the phenomenon of the religio-political fanaticism of the Left: they are a full-fledged cult now, and just as fervid. This is at the root of their hatred of Christianity (and only Christianity): they want to be gods themselves, if the rulers; or look to Government as their god, if the ruled.

      And that explains their passionate, unhinged hate. They have cast us in the role of the devil.


    • thinkthinkthink says:

      There is a principle he seems to have taken to heart early in life. Perhaps from the influence of Norman Vincent Peale, the great preacher of the Power of Positive Thinking.

      You speak frequently of your victories to set the stage for your future successes. Also, watch how many times he will state a true negative fact and immediately “erase/replace” the thought with a positive affirmation of what is going to be done about it.

      Do not underestimate the effectiveness of this practice. Diamond and Silk used a scripture from the book of Romans to explain what he often does. He “calls the things that are not” as an act of faith.

      Hope that makes sense for you Cooper.


  15. MVW says:

    Yes, the Saudis have a lot of enemies, and Globalists would love to have the Saudis on a menu.

    Still, I don’t trust the Saudis any more than I trust Iran, Turkey, or Pakistan. Being allies with any of them is being friendly with the Devil.

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  16. CTH Fan says:

    I think it is wise for President Trump to wait on further information. It is very unclear, even with information from the journalist’s watch. I am not sure it has been verified yet,

    There are a great deal of unanswered questions. Caution is required here.

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    • old45model says:

      What I don’t quite grasp is how everyone is so sure ‘the watch’ is accurate to the nth degree. Did it have audio as well as video? Was it simply paired with another device and the audio was transmitted and stored? What if it was like a radio play from the days of yore? No one can see the people gathered around the microphone – no one can see the people operating the props – yet ‘everyone’ believes what they hear?
      Pull the other one!


  17. hippielouie says:

    “As Wictor was saying, this was an attempt to frame the Saudis. Guy connected to an AQ terrorist who attempted to ASSASSINATE Mohommad Bin Salman is the *source* for these Kashoggi stories.”


  18. Pyrthroes says:

    Whether or not in collusion with Erdogan, bin Laden acolyte Jamal [not Adnan] Khashoggi was assassinated by a black-ops Saudi hit team inside the Kingdom’s Stamboul embassy. Spin this as you will, responsibility lies solely with 32-year old Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman (“MBS”), not the first time His Grandiosity has resorted to such measures.

    However this plays out, Saudi palace intrigues extending to brutal murder of anti-regime expatriates under diplomatic auspices bodes ill for quasi-civilized –EU, Israeli, U.S.– cooperation.


  19. Did you see the sharp shooters on the roof of the building behind Trump?! Serious security. It is needed with all these crazy leftists running around!


  20. James Street says:

    Democrats don’t give a damn about Jamal Khashoggi. Saudi Arabia was a major source of funding for their evil Deep State corruption until President Trump turned the Saudis.

    So now Democrats are in a panic and want their sugar daddy back.


  21. SouthernTrumpette says:

    Why should it be up to Trump to punish whoever killed this journalist ( a Saudi citizen) in another country ( Istanbul ) ?


  22. Pat Childs says:

    That journalist was a very active member of the Muslim Brotherhood and sought to undermine America and Saudi Arabia. He was an ally of Erdogan’s and reported directly to an Erdogan security adviser who, basically, was in charge of MB business in Turkey, Eurpoe and Saudi Arabia. The MB is an enemy of the Saudi royal family.


  23. thinkthinkthink says:

    God bless Pastor Andrew Brunson and his wife.
    They are truly good people.


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