President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump Visit Hurricane Michael Recovery Efforts in Florida and Georgia…

Today President Trump and First Lady Melania visit Florida and Georgia to talk to residents and recovery workers in the aftermath of Hurricane Michael.

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126 Responses to President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump Visit Hurricane Michael Recovery Efforts in Florida and Georgia…

  1. Everywhereguy says:

    He can’t let them “Katrina” him, like they did to Bush…

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    • Everywhereguy says:

      Hey, where is everybody? haha

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    • Madeline Huffnagle says:

      They will Katrina him no matter how much he does.

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    • Madeline Huffnagle says:

      They will Katrina him no matter how much he does.

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    • Madeline Huffnagle says:

      They will Katrina him no matter how much he does.

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    • scott467 says:

      “He can’t let them “Katrina” him, like they did to Bush…”

      ________________

      Except remember, that was all a fraud.

      Bush is one of them. He’s on their time. He was playing a role, and they were playing theirs, and behind the scenes they were all working toward the same goal, following a script written by the same people.

      It’s not called the Uni-Party because they’re in opposition, but because they’re working together.

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      • scott467 says:

        He’s on their TEAM, not ‘time’…

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      • charliedan says:

        “Politicians, they are on the same side against us, but they are on opposite sides against each other”:
        A very astute point.
        The concern is not over screwing the people, it’s who gets to do the screwing.

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      • Exactly. I can remember so clearly how during Bush’s time we ‘mysteriously’ were unable to help any of the women and children who were subject to the draconian measures of the Islamic laws in Saudi Arabia. Men were taking control and custody and we were unable to extricate them from there.

        the Bush family has a heavy heavy business affiliation with Saudi Arabia.

        On top of that, though I DO believe from reports that there were indeed weapons of mass destruction (which were able to be dismantled and distributed throughout the middle east between 9/11 and our actual commencement of attack) I no longer believe that Bush was intending to go in and stop them. Our soldiers were subject to obstacles and were not protected against the weaponization of the UN courts, which went in to criminalize war actions and leave our soldiers vulnerable to punishment.

        Remember the ‘don’t shoot until you are fired upon’? A little difficult when the enemy is not in uniform AND using human shields.
        Remember the soldier given extreme punishment for ‘interfering’ with a man who was sodomizing both a woman (presumably his wife) AND a little boy (no reason to think that he was not the man’s child given what we know of their breeding little suicide bombers and incest victims)…oops, that last was under the Obama regime.
        REmember the corn/ethanol and steel and airline fiascos under Bush?

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        • Bush played the perfect noble role. Incensed by 9/11 he went on the megaphone amidst the rubble and called them out…and then spent 16 months getting ‘permission’ and acceptance from UN members to retaliate…and even that was heavily criticized, while Clinton of course had gone in and bombed never deferring to UN.
          The complete silence of Bush during the Obama reign only heightened his nobility until we saw the peculiar matchup of Clintons and Bush Sr….
          Then once Jeb ran (the Florida governor who made a pretense of helping Terri Schiavo in the most crooked euthanization and embezzlement scheme played out in wide open view, only to say his ‘hands were tied’ as we were forced to watch a family as they endured the agony of not even being able to moisten the lips of a woman dehydrated and starved to death in a way that every PETA and animal fanatic would SHRIEK about were it done to an animal) the ‘silent’ Bush, whose globalist interests were jeopardized by this ‘crass bully’ who had NOT become wealthy through career politics and inside interest trading, came out swinging.

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          • When I worked for a biotech company and saw first hand the ‘on/off’ switch of engaged/dismissive politicians; When I worked for a telecommunications company in regulatory and saw the on/off switch of unctuous/grandstanding and business killing city council members; When I worked for a college and saw political correctness in all its ugliness as too heavily feminized staff indulged in man hating and traditional ‘lady’ villifying political correctness, I SAW the uniparty and left the Republicans after having been driven into that party by being kicked out of the Democrats for daring to question the narrative.

            Here in the valley we saw first hand Solyndra’s brazen reception of their buyout billions and their abrupt shutdown of the company…with said billions still cozily in bank accounts.

            Here in the valley I learned of Google’s standing offer to buy all land that goes up for sale and of Google’s cozy deal with Mt. View to provide all of their telecom and connectivity; and of the sweet deal that Google and the rest of the fecal cabal of Silicon Valley companies get in terms of tax ‘forgiveness’.

            And of the filth into which these billionaires are immersed, with Schmidt’s dream of a utopia of 500,000,000 only of population, of a middle class eradicated, Christians shunned, silenced and then stopped from disseminating their message, babies of ‘the weeds’ aborted and then given up for research to help the elites in their quest for the master race perfection….

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            • It ain’t easy having been a fly on the wall for 35 years, exposed to a pattern of corruption in nearly every industry and recognizing all of the philanthropy of those who have such contempt for the masses that they happily accept the mantle of nobility placed upon them by the gullible and the indoctrinated….themselves unaware that they are the most indoctrinated of all by their fancy ‘education’ by Alinskyites and Mao and Chavez and Che wannabes.

              Oh that length. Someone told me last week that I need to shorten my message. He was absolutely right, but this is purely free flow and not subject to editing. Emotions are at the level of a keening wail and writing about it is both my catharsis and my inept attempt to expose.

              My apologies.

              As I have said before, my background and ‘career’ path, fallen into wholly by accident, has given me access to corruption and deception and clueless ‘compassionate’ in over 49 industries, exposing a pattern that fully validates the claim that our swamp has completely infiltrated our free market and every industry of influence. But I am nobody and so to disseminate this to the zeitgeist is as futile as was Cassandra’s plight with her people and the Trojan horse situation.

              Our founders would not only be horrified, they’d have been using the gallows..

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              • Oh I cannot end on such a pathetic note! I may be nobody but I have some creative skills and this message IS being poured into stories that I am writing that focus on creating relatable to all characters, messages that are carefully disclosed through the use of humorous and poignant plots, much like the use of the old cartoons that catered to both adults and children with wit, satire and just a little tug on the heart strings and draw on one’s cognitive skills.
                They have been entertainers and snake oil salesmen on the left.
                Creative entertainment on the right, such as Gosness and Passion of the Christ and so many of these films that we have all been flocking to and buying, is the key

                and Sundance and wolfmoon and so many of you! Oh my goodness, George Gilder was right to be confident that the tyrants of social media are about to meet their Waterloo.

                Please look up that interview with Mark Levin this past weekend on “LIfe, Liberty and Levin” on FOX

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    • Walter Thomas says:

      They cannot Katrina him. There is no stadium containing 50,000 people who have no food, water, toilets, or a safe place to flee to.

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    • trumpismine says:

      watch for the lying dims to make an edited video of how POTUSDJT let down the people that are suffering because of Michael. If I had a BIG brother he would be President Trump!

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  2. feralcatsblog says:

    If Elizabeth “Stolen Feathers” Warren was a pharmacist and had claimed flu vaccine, or antibiotics, or chemo drugs, diluted 100 to 1, were the real deal,, she would never be getting out of prison.

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    • Beverly says:

      Also, the guy who tested her DNA said he DIDN’T USE INDIAN DNA but SOUTH AMERICAN, because he couldn’t get hold of any Amerindian DNA!!!!!

      So she is one one-thousandth South American, not Amerindian!!!! So even this is nonsense!

      Sheesh. The lies are endless, aren’t they?

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  3. Deplorable_Infidel says:

    Allow me to be the first to comment on Melania’s wardrobe.

    ***nice boots***

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  4. Minnie says:

    Thank you President Trump and First Lady Melania.

    Your presence, I’m certain, brings a sense of calm and resolve to all impacted by the storm.

    God Bless America 🙏🏼🇺🇸🙏🏼

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    • fleporeblog says:

      Our FLOTUS stood by our Lion 🦁 ready to pounce if necessary! I absolutely loved seeing her standing right by her husband and our President. We are truly blessed as a country to have the two of them.

      Our President is an incredible human being! He said that we need to take care of our people no matter the cost. Sonny Purdue was fantastic with his compliments towards our President. Those words weren’t lip service.

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      • Retired IG says:

        I’d rather she let her light shine that put in under that hat. I noticed later on, the Our Great Melania was almost imperceptibly nodding her head to the answers she heard. So she was “standing” our Lion.

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    • Newton Love says:

      PDJT’s “Water, food and safety are our priorities” was a great statement.

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  5. Troublemaker10 says:

    Trump can now say that he will honor and respect the Cherokee nation’s response to Warren’s dna testing ….

    and will no longer require that he be allowed to dna test her, himself, but that she owes the country an apology.

    😀

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    • Newton Love says:

      My maternal grandfather was “full-blood” Lakhota. They call us “The Sioux” but that is not our name.

      Fauxahontas Stolen Feathers Warren offends me to the point of cold rage. She used a false claim to minority status to get a Harvard Professorship. She used The Cherokee to get her status. “Stolen Feathers” is a user and abuser of American Indians.

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      • Annie Simon says:

        . . and she also just proved she has NO political instinct. She should never have taken that test. Another win for Chessmaster Trump.

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      • daystarmin says:

        My great, great grandmother was also Lakhota. 🐴

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        • Newton Love says:

          Hau Choksi! (male greeting to a generic male cousin)
          At that level, you are below the 1/16 blood density (according to the US Government treaty) required to be Lakota. But we Lakota don’t believe in blood density.

          Watch the old movie “A Man called Horse.” It is a true story about an Englishman, who was a captured slave to the Cheyenne, who was taken from them by the Lakota. He learned our language. He learned our customs. We welcomed him into our Nation, and he became a head man of one of our tribes.

          You don’t have to be “of our blood” to be a part of the Lakota Nation. You just have to be one with us.

          But due to the financial crap that the US Government pushed on us, to be an official Tribal Member (with benies) is tough. You gotta prove lineage. Damn Government screws everything up!

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      • Retired IG says:

        Newton Love, what a incredible heritage you have. To my sham , I used to admire Fauxahontas. Can’t remember how.
        Now, I can only hang my head in SHAME. That there exists a supposedly human being that would use,and benefit from, a CLAIM that she is part of people WHO MOSTLY LIKELY OWN THIS PLACE.
        I can’t even imagine how she is being shamed for her lies.

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        • Newton Love says:

          Retired IG, you are okay in my book.

          A spot from that heritage that you said that you admire: I am Christian, and read the verse “Be pure, even as HE is pure.”

          Wow! That’s a bit high for me to jump.

          In the Lakhota culture, the highest compliment that we can give another is “You are a true human being.”
          By that, we mean that given your life, the situations that you are in, the challenges that you face, you have done your best to be honest, loyal, and have persevered.

          You sound like a True Human Being.

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      • Lindenlee says:

        It is just amazing that they have to CHEAT AT EVERYTHING. THERE IS NOT A DQMN TH8NG THAT ANY OF THEM DO OR SAY, THAT IS STRAIGHT UP AND HONEST. I wish that Dims could see that. How can you EVER trust or follow people that lie about EVERYTHING, ALL THE TIME?

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        • Well, the reason that they do is because so many followers have no inkling how to be independent thinkers and also, once you learn that you have been on the side of wrong, after having lived a lifetime of being taught that accountability is for losers – BY loser teachers – it is immensely difficult to step into the shoes of a grown up and acknowledge that you are NOT the super creature that our narcissist society has trained the entitled and dependent to believe; but instead are someone who needs to humbly start on a new path where you are nobody….but with a sky high potential.

          “Creating Snowflakes for the elite” should be the motto of every industry and interest that has been infiltrated by the fecal elite.

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    • fleporeblog says:

      They absolutely destroyed her! Good for them.

      From the article linked above:

      On the same day that U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren released DNA results that she says prove her Native American heritage, the Cherokee Nation called DNA tests useless for determining tribal citizenship.

      “Using a DNA test to lay claim to any connection to the Cherokee Nation or any tribal nation, even vaguely, is inappropriate and wrong,” said Chuck Hoskin Jr., the tribe’s secretary of state.

      “It makes a mockery out of DNA tests and its legitimate uses while also dishonoring legitimate tribal governments and their citizens, whose ancestors are well documented and whose heritage is proven.”

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  6. Troublemaker10 says:

    I am so impressed with this administration’s top FEMA people!

    They are remarkable.

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  7. Melania could barely contain herself when our President was asked about Warren. She knew what he was about to unleash.

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    • delmarvajim says:

      Wonder what the margin of error is in these tests?

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      • Jenny R. says:

        At those levels? It’s really had to say — that level alone is really out beyond the margin of measure.

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      • GB Bari says:

        Margin of error is way way way larger than that. At least not is per the Ancestry.com or 23andMe.com tests. They give you a very comprehensive explanation of their methods and potential margin of error when you receive your results.

        Their margins of error improve incrementally as the number of people taking the tests increases exponentially.

        Like my results indicate ancestry in Europe and Scandanavia but also I have traces – less than .01% – that follow the path of Alexander the Great right into India. But there’s no way on Earth I’m claiming any Greek, Middle Eastern or Indian heritage, no matter what benefits it might bring. Because the traces may be later proven wrong.

        Warren’s motivation for making such outrageous claims was obviously to cheat the system out of benefits to which she has no rights. Typical lying, cheating Demonrat.

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    • CNN_sucks says:

      Who are her PR management? This a public freaking disaster for Elizabetth Warren.

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      • The media. She thought the media will cover her. They were covering her in full force!

        She had to get it out of the way at some point. 2020 would’ve been worse timing.
        So she thought between floods and midterms it will be perfect.
        She has no clue that many thousands of us pounce on every mistake they make in their attempts to fool the public.

        This is a bigger story than it looks like at first sight. It not only exposes Warren but the media too(again).

        Can’t wait for Trump’s next rally talking about this 🙂

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        • Bigbadmike says:

          Sorry folks. Warren has been unlethally arkansized. Hillary is your Democrat nominee in 2020. Let’s see what she does to Kamala and Spartacus. President Trump will get at least 40% of the Black Vote in 2020 and 55% of the Hispanic Vote. This could be 1972 all over again. Hillary McGovern.

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    • LKAinLA says:

      It is sad that the media would ask such a frivolous question at this time while the topic is hurricane devastation and loss of life. I bet if the person with the stupid question was on camera and not just audio, they would re-evaluate. Our media is a joke and then some. Why all the frenzy over the lying dem Elizabeth Warren? She is a disgrace no matter how the media try and prop her up. Perspective is literally dead in this country.

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    • Sharon says:

      Wrong thread!

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    • Abster says:

      President Trump delivers in more ways than one. He has the best sense of humor.

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  8. TimeIsNow says:

    Just get out and vote people, and straight Republican. forget your doubts…. RED WAVE!

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  9. MakeAmericaGreat says:

    Total domination.

    If the Dems don’t win the House and try impeachment, they’re going to be just demolished going forward by Trump. And those two things still might not be enough to save them in 2020 (Trump isn’t going to be removed even if he’s impeached, IMO).

    What’s great, also, is that because Trump is now talking to the media so much, the White House doesn’t need to do any Press Briefings. That means the reporters don’t get time to research and load-up on stunt questions. They have to ask questions on the fly, and Trump just flattens them like he flattened Leslie Stahl last night.

    Everything is going well. And the Dems continue to make mistake after mistake.

    Trump and Melania are in complete command now. Getting the 60 Minutes and ABC interviews done and behind them means they only have to deal with the news of the day going forward. And that is easy.

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  10. Lucille says:

    From 1600 Daily…President Trump surveys hurricane damage

    As President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump visit Florida and Georgia today, thousands of first responders and volunteers have mobilized to restore the communities hit hardest by Hurricane Michael. This storm of historic proportions has been met in turn with a massive Federal response.

    Here’s a look at that response, by the numbers:

    A major on-the-ground operation: More than 16,000 Federal employees, including over 8,000 military personnel, have been deployed.

    Search-and-rescue efforts underway: FEMA, the U.S. Coast Guard, and the National Guard are working alongside state responders and volunteers. As of this morning, they have completed 110 evacuations, 4,193 rescues/assists, 15,287 shelter-in-place checks, 128 animal assists, and 16,827 structural assessments.

    Power restoration a top priority: More than 35,000 utility workers from 26 states are working to bring power back to impacted areas.

    Food and water distribution: In Florida, FEMA has provided 715,000 meals and 1.5 million liters of water per day. FEMA has also transferred more than 350,000 meals to Georgia, and 30+ distribution sites are being supported.

    Over the weekend, President Trump issued a major disaster declaration for Georgia and mobilized additional disaster assistance for Florida. FEMA Disaster Survivor Assistance teams have been knocking on doors to help families register for support. So far, more than 28,000 individuals and households have registered for assistance.

    “The response to Hurricane Michael continues,” FEMA reports via Facebook. “Tens of thousands of industry workers continued restoring power and volunteers with many different organizations served hot meals and provided comfort.”

    “We’ve called for maximum relief,” President Trump said as he and the First Lady spent today meeting with first responders, volunteers, and families affected by the storm. When asked about his biggest priority for today’s trip, his answer was simple: “Just making sure everyone is safe, that they’re fed.”

    For updates, go to: https://twitter.com/WhiteHouse/status/1051954465438408704

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  11. calbear84 says:

    @1:50 Secty Perdue gives major props to POTUS for his engagement with state & local authorities!

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  12. bearsgrrr says:

    They are really pushing the climate change “denier” angle. First 60 Minutes now this reporter. Both quoted NOA, an agency that fudged temperature data. I really hope they are cleaning up these climate change agencies.

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    • feralcatsblog says:

      The Church of Global Warming says the earth is dangerously heating up, but I know that it is not, for I have seen the snow and ice and have felt their bitter cold, and I have more faith in snow and ice than in the Church of Global Warming, and it’s High Priests, Power Filchers and Money Grubbers.

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      • Newton Love says:

        I’m a data scientist specializing in modeling and simulation. I have 20+ published papers in peer-reviewed journals.

        The IPCC models are fraudulently built. If you feed the data from 1990 to 2000 into the climate models, they do not predict the 2000 to 2010 temps. Not even close.

        7 years ago, a paper was published on how they took random number generated data for each of the climate model input streams, and for the more than 40 runs they made, everyone of them generated a prediction of catastrophic warming.

        NOAA works with the HADCRUT data liars to “cook the books” every few months on the “global surface temperature” data, but the satellite captured data on atmospheric temperatures (that have not been modified) show that the Earth has been in a cooling pattern for a decade.

        Given the Atlantic Decadal Oscillation, and the Pacific Decadal Oascillation, that has drive the El Nino warming and La Nina coolings going back to when they were observed and named by the Spanish Catholic Priests (see Junípero Serra) invaded California in the early 1700s. THAT WAS PRE-INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION!

        We will be in this cooling period for at least another 20 years. Get ready for colder and colder winters!

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    • Red Tsunami! says:

      And PDJT slapped ’em down on climate change too. Paraphrasing, “the climate is always changing some maybe even man made; there were worse hurricanes 60 years ago and in 1890’s; we have cleaner air than the rest of the world; etc.”

      I think the EPA is being reigned in. Dont hear of many EPA lawsuits or impact studies that take 20+ years anymore.

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      • Newton Love says:

        Secretary Wilbur Ross is over NOAA. He’s been busy on trade. Now that he and the other Trade Warriors are finishing the trade deals, maybe Wilbur can smack the feces out of those LIARS in NOAA that cook the books with their co-conspirators in the UK who every few months “revise” the HADCRUT and NOAA Earth Surface Temperature data. The revisions ALWAYS make the data show a monotonic warming pattern.

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    • TJ says:

      Watermelons. Green on the outside. Globalist Red on the inside. Another pay-to-play ponzi scheme from the grievance mongering media.

      Stahl was in on the setup/soft coup of Nixon, just like Hillary(who was removed from the investigation for taking documents). Stahl was, according to her, the first journalist to report on Watergate, she lived there, and it launched her career. She did a climate change show on Showtime a few years ago, one episode featured the Obamas, it flopped. James Cameron was a producer(tax payer subsidy?) and he said, “climate denial”, was the reason.

      According to Pat Buchanan, the mockingbird media layered hate on Nixon before, during, and after his presidency.

      Nixon’s Revenge: The Fall of the Adversary Press
      http://buchanan.org/blog/nixons-revenge-fall-adversary-press-126896

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  13. Truthfilter says:

    This is the 4th major hurricane disaster during his first two years in office. Harvey, Irma, Florence, Michael…..forgive me if I’ve missed one. He and his people have really taken on a load of catastrophic events in a short time.

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    • oldschool says:

      They sure have and they have handled it practically seamlessly. Amazing what great leaders can do and inspire.

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      • Rhoda R says:

        It makes a notable difference also when the state/local authorities on the ground are competent and not overly corrupt.

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      • Martin says:

        Having former gov Purdue at Agriculture won’t get the trees down on the pine farm here cleaned up sooner, but it will help farmers in the region to recover. Having a FEMA facility in Thomasville (since Eisenhower, who loved to golf and hunt here) will help, too. And it’s needed. Devastation is an appropriate word to describe what remains in the path of Michael. Mexico Beach is gone and will never be the same, but the Panhandle is geographically thin compared to SW Georgia that really got hit hard. Very hard.

        It’s good to know that we no longer have a President and administration that gages their efforts by the political basis of the area hit, like that craven Ozero plainly did. Red state? It’s tough, isn’t it? Not this time. Not THIS President.

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    • Lindenlee says:

      And María in PR. He was prepared. But it is never enough for those losers.

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  14. feralcatsblog says:

    Elizabeth “Stolen Feathers” Warren is as crazy as an outhouse rat. Just look as those eyes of hers. If you look closely, you can actually see the bats flying round in her belfry.

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    • The Tundra PA says:

      President Trump said “Fifty years ago, there was one that had this kind of power.” That was Hurricane Camille, Category 5, August of 1969. (OK, to be exact, that was 49 years and 10 months ago.) I was about to start my senior year of high school in Gulfport, Mississippi, when Camille hit us. I don’t recall more than about a 2-day warning before devastation arrived. Storm surge was 20 feet.

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  16. Pam says:

    I’ve never seen a president handle so many weather disasters with such professionalism. The MSM knows deep down he’s done an excellent job and of course they’ll never admit it. He knows just how to go the extra mile to show human kindness to those whose lives have been shattered by so much devastation. He is truly a man of the people. God bless POTUS and FLOTUS.

    Liawatha has now become the big joke. She has absolutely zero chance at beating POTUS in 2020 and neither does any of the other clowns that they’ll be bringing up between now and then. These dems will eventually end up regretting running on impeachment. It will seriously blow up in their faces and will bring out even more to vote for him again.

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  17. G. Combs says:

    About time we rounded up all those ANTIFA and BLM and SJW protestors and put them to work — REAL WORK picking up all the debris from the aftermath of these hurricanes.

    Then they will be too busy to get into trouble.

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  18. TNGal says:

    Just saw Ed Rollins on Lou Dobbs and am upset to hear that Ron De Santis and Trump are at odds now. It pertains to the number of people supposedly who died in the Puerto Rico hurricane last year. They both need to bury the hatchet. Otherwise, Andrew Gillum will win possibly.

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  19. Cooper45 says:

    What is considered the most reliable private organization to donate to where the funds will definitely go to the affected people in the southern USA that are now homeless etc.

    From my experience, the Red Cross seems to spend too much of the money you send them on envelopes and notices asking you for more money even after a very close relative that gave generous funds to them died. It took me months of e-mails and even phone calls to finally stop them sending requests for more money from a dead person. The same for a Cancer agency as well.

    I like to give as situations like this hurricane arise but not be constantly hounded for more later.

    I would appreciate it.

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  20. rbrtsmth says:

    Melania almost became Floltus

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  21. Retired IG says:

    President Trump is the “MASTER” at sniffing out and then snuffing out “INNUENDO,” when he is asked a question. Pretty incredible to listen to President Trump’s mastery at giving a DIRECT ANSWER to the QUESTION, even if full of blatant innuendo in the video above.

    I “heard” the following innuendoes: 1.) Are you really such a moron/idiot, sh*t for brains that you don’t believe “EVERY PROBLEM IN THE WORLD ISN’T ATTRIBUTABLE TO CLIMATE CHANGE?
    2.) Aren’t you concerned with the cost the U.S. is incurring for “helping people,” What about deficit – all these storms (blah, blah, blah) – ?

    President Trump’s responses ARE PRICELESS!

    I think tonight I truly appreciate President Donald Trump. Should have doubted my Grandmother who was once purported to say, “Vote for the PERSON. NOT THE PARTY ..they claim to represent.”

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  22. dianeax says:

    Trump looks exceptionally youthful. His job agrees with him. #mypresident

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  23. Prez looks so good! Luv th pix with Melania!!

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  24. treehouseron says:

    President Trump is a product of the women in his life. There is something about his personality that makes him appreciate, and then amplify the traits of the women he surrounds himself with.

    Look @ his mother. A 1st generation American, she was very patriotic. He kicked his mother’s love for the country into overdrive, is there any American more patriotic than President Trump? Look @ the fuss he threw over the NFL. Look at the respect he shows our military. Nearly half his cabinet is military! He’s more patriotic than even his mother was.

    Then he marries Ivana, who loved glamour and excess. So you see him move away from his Mother and his Father’s modest wealth, into the territory of flagrant wealth. He took what Ivana was about and took it to excess, his name on buildings in huge gold letters, gold, marble, EVERYWHERE. He bought Mar-A-Lago. Etc. He amplified Ivana’s character trait.

    When he married Marla Maples, she was a big environmentalist. I don’t know if he outdid her in that, but he certainly got very into that and for years hung out with all those Sierra club types, and to this day says he wants CRYSTAL CLEAR water and CLEAN CLEAN CLEAN air every chance he gets. Hell he doesn’t even like dust on the floor of his hotels.

    Finally, he started dating Melania. Melania comes from Slovenia, a eastern european country… people from that area of the world are well known to Americans as being matter of fact, straight forward blunt people. Loving, Warm people of course, but they tell it like it is. This is where Trump got the Art of the Troll from. He amplified Melania’s troll like bluntness. He took it to another level and became the greatest troll of all time just like he became the greatest Patriot of all time after his mother, and one of the most flamboyantly wealthy rich guys after Ivana.

    Find me 1 instance of Donald Trump being blunt and disagreeable in public BEFORE he met Melania.

    Watch Melania’s face as the reporter asks about Elizabeth Warren. Watch her glee as her husband bluntly says he won’t apologize to Warren, she owes the country an apology.

    Melania has influenced the President far more than we’ll ever know. They are far closer than we’ll ever know.

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  25. Deb says:

    God bless all the people affected by this storm. God bless the first responders and relief workers.

    Dear Lord, please give them comfort and lift their spirits as they work tirelessly to return to normalcy.

    In Jesus’ name Amen.

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  26. hard masada says:

    Everything is wrap up in these words, “I am President and you’re NOT!” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U3GgS4_DWRE&feature=em-uploademail

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  27. Mike diamond says:

    Melania,is the best first lady ever,shame on cnn,and the radical women on the view who speak bad about her,We love her! President Trump is the Best President ever!

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  28. Mike diamond says:

    By the way the Cherokee nation does not accept Elizabeth Warrens DNA,test results nor does any other Indian nation! They said it means nothing of proves nothing!!!!!!

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  29. Pyrthroes says:

    “There once was an Indian maid” … Sleezy Weezy’s 1 : 1,024 aboriginal component requires ten full (10) generations. Meantime, her much-bruited genome spuriously derives not from Amer-Indian but Central American/Mexican (Inca) and even Aztec sources.

    Wikipedia: “Prior to the 18th Century, (Cherokee tribes) were concentrated in southwestern North Carolina, southeastern Tennessee, and the tips of western South Carolina and northeastern Georgia.” The term for a distant , thereby long-term, consanguineous blood-relation is “homeogenomic”, from homeopathy as a micro-minuscule, all but negligible proportion..

    Since genomic proportions fall by half every generation (say 25 years), Weezy Warren’s 1: 1,014 proportion of aboriginal blood (not “native American”, because everyone ever born in North America is by definition native) derives from 2 to the 10th power, meaning he/she/it is ten (10) generations removed from the original ancestral tryst. Since Weezy was born 1949, her much-diluted bloodline extends at least to 1949 – (250 + 25) = 1649, a mid-17th Century date when very few settlements below Virginia existed more than fifty miles inland from mid-Atlantic Coastal regions.

    On this basis, if Fauxcahontas is not of mid-17th Century backcountry Deep South ancestry (easily verifiable, but how could she be?), her happenstance genomic component is illegitimate; in any case, without Cherokee tribal significance. Moreover, since this 1 : 1,024 (.098%) proportion is one half that of most Americans with early colonial antecedents –we’re exceptions, having no Indian admixture whatever from 1654 Virginia– The Weeze is no more Cherokee than Paddy’s pig.

    For the record (see “Dances with Wolves”): My great grandfather, a West Point 6th Cavalry officer, was the sole “blood brother” of fearsome Chiricahua Apache warrior Geronimo (given name Goyakla, “one who yawns”). Would it be “cultural appropriation” to bury Crazy Cow neck-deep in an Arizona desert anthill?she

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  30. bigralphie says:

    BREAKING on Clinton News Network!

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  31. Why did the windspeeds ramp/spike/receed in about 1 hour’s time when Micheal made landfall?

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    • An Open Letter to Governor Rick Scott
      Posted on October 13, 2018 by State of the Nation

      Dear Governor Scott,

      We are writing this open letter to you about the aftermath of Superstorm Michael and it’s tremendous effects on the 2018 midterm elections in Florida.

      First, may we say that your stellar response to Hurricane Michael has set a new standard for all 50 states to emulate. We pray for all of those Floridians who have been impacted by this calamitous event, especially those who perished.

      As you well know, many Panhandle counties have been devastated by this Cat. 4 hurricane. As a result, many folks have lost their homes, their jobs, their vehicles and other resources.

      Because of the severe destruction suffered by numerous communities many polling stations have been adversely affected and, therefore, will be not available for voting on November 6th. Thousands of residents may feel that they are unable to vote because of so many obstacles in front of them.

      In light of this unforeseen situation, we concerned Florida residents respectfully request that special accommodations be made for each and every registered voter in the path of Michael who would otherwise be deprived of their constitutional right to vote.

      After what the good people of the Panhandle have gone through, isn’t this is the very least that the state of Florida can guarantee them.

      Governor Scott, as you well know, the constitutional right to vote is sacred to every American. Especially during these challenging times is that solemn right more important.

      Both the governor’s race and a U.S. Senator seat are up for grabs—one of those you are in serious contention for. The absence of a critical mass of Panhandle voters can, and will, significantly alter the election result. (See attachment below)

      If you haven’t taken note already, those counties that sustained the most damage are heavily dominated by Republican voters over many decades. Hence, it is quite likely that many right-leaning voters will be discouraged from voting in this highly consequential midterm election.

      Please be so kind as to let us know how you plan to resolve this extremely difficult Panhandle-wide problem. The future of Florida greatly depends upon your response.

      Sincerely,

      Concerned Residents of Florida

      http://stateofthenation2012.com/?p=105989

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