WH Deputy Press Secretary Hogan Gidley Discusses President Trump Veto…

The joint House and Senate resolution to reject President Trump’s declaration of a national emergency on the border has set up a showdown.  President Trump will veto the resolution. White House principal deputy press secretary Hogan Gidley says the resolution actually makes the nation less safe.

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44 Responses to WH Deputy Press Secretary Hogan Gidley Discusses President Trump Veto…

  1. Sharon says:

    Good.

    Liked by 3 people

  2. Oldretiredguy says:

    Nothing says RINO like Mittens getting in the middle of something to damage the nation

    Liked by 27 people

  3. Nope2GOPe says:

    Bastards all…

    Liked by 23 people

  4. yy4u says:

    I am generally a pessimist. More decades than I’ll admit to observing politics leaves me thinking that the Democrats win even when they lose. That’s probably because we don’t really have a Republican Party and haven’t had since Reagan left office.

    But even as a pessimist I see this as a win for POTUS. He told us he wanted to secure the border. He has done everything in his power to keep that promise. That he cannot build the wall has nothing to do with him and EVERYTHING to do with the fact that he is the leader of a Constitutional Republic and not a dictator. We have two sets of laws these day, one for politically connected Democrats and one for everyone else.

    Obama could write an E/O to pay off Iran and it was okay — no push back that I remember. But POTUS can’t use our military or our funding to protect us w/o push back not only from the Dems who want the votes but from “Republicans” who want the serfs to keep labor costs down for their masters in the CoC,corporations and Wall Street.

    We are not stupid. We voted this man into office even as Hollywood, the MSM, the Republican Party, Republican pundits, WSJ, NYT, NBC, ABC, CNN, CBS, MSNBC, Fox News, WA Post, USA Today, etc., etc., etc., all told us NOT TO.

    We are not going to believe them now that his not getting a wall is HIS doing and not the same people who have been “protecting” us from invasion since 1986 when 3 million invaders were allowed to become citizens.

    Liked by 47 people

    • Amy2 says:

      Thanks yy4u. Needed to hear that today!

      Liked by 10 people

    • All we need now is the POTUS signal on who to VOTE OUT and who to VOTE IN.

      We can trust NO Republican but President Trump.

      Liked by 8 people

    • ms doodlebug says:

      This is just more of the democrats false bravado. They know the wall is getting built. They know they can’t stop it. He now has access to more funding than he initially requested that no Congressional resolution can prevent him from using to secure the border. It’s democratic political theater meant to confuse voters. They will be slinging words like unprecedented, and un-Constitutional. That doesn’t make it true. AG Barr was there to assure – us – that President Trump is on solid legal ground.

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  5. MIKE says:

    Saw that pic of Psykosee with the Man Of the Century’s shadow looming over her shoulder yesterday.
    She looks terrified. I hope she don’t sleep at night.
    Great picture!!

    Liked by 8 people

  6. Paul says:

    Give it to the rats. Rub their faces in it and keep their names front and center as turncoats who would rather support invaders rather then support their country’s sovereignty.

    Liked by 13 people

  7. Dekester says:

    The USA truly is an amazing nation. It is Mecca for so many, yet many of those that benefit from your great nation are its greatest threat.

    How can any sensible and intelligent person not see the impending disaster that is your Southern border.

    How does PDJT keep it altogether and not blow the whole scam up is beyond me.

    I remember during the primaries when he said he would take the “ slings and arrows” for the people. Few could have guessed that his biggest fight would be with his own party.

    God bless PDJT

    Liked by 30 people

  8. TMonroe says:

    They need to be put on the record as to why they didn’t act under the McConnell – Ryan congress to stop any of Barry’s national emergencies — and no, the threat of veto is no excuse, as it was present here.

    Liked by 5 people

  9. Publius2016 says:

    we hold the Senate in 2018 and these RINOs and Nevertrumpers embolden our enemies! SAD!!

    if you are China or North Korea, you see that the globalists will not approve WIN WIN treaties and agreements…

    where is USMCA?

    Liked by 7 people

    • Yy4u says:

      Publius is right. I believe Kim got tough with POTUS because he thinks he has alliesmin the Denocrats and Uniparty Repubs who have been feeding him all these years. Same with China. All want a wimpy Repub or a fellow traveling Dem back in power. They see POTUS as someone to out wait

      Liked by 6 people

    • ristvan says:

      Patience. The law requires that when Trump submits USMCA to Congress, there are actually two documents.
      1. The final legally binding Pact language for them to vote on. This will run hundred of pages and has to be carefully drafted.
      2. A detailed precise list of every other law whose language also needs changed (by a second vote to ‘accept’ the list) in order to fully implement USMCA. This is literally a xxx from “…” to “…”. I read through the NAFTA version, which was over 20 pages IIRC single spaced.

      The USMCA agreed to is a ‘tight memorandum of understanding’ the blueprint from which the two final documents are constructed. The lawyers probably simply haven’t finished 1&2 yet. Remember the MOU was only signed in early November and the relevant portions of the administration were shut down all of January.
      Plus, PDJT’s team has to familiarize the new Congress on the MOU, a process that could not start until after the shutdown.

      Liked by 6 people

  10. Amy2 says:

    I know it wouldn’t be good international PR, but it would be nice to remind these countries o the southern border that 1. we already help them in many ways. 2. we could help more if our $$ weren’t spent on the illegals already here/border crisis. The message is “make your own country great.”

    Liked by 9 people

  11. GB Bari says:

    I detect little change in support for POTUS over the past few months. If anything, that support has increased slightly.

    What I don’t see or hear about is any national coalition of Republican voters who are organizing to select and support anti-Uniparty candidates to run in 2020 along with and fully supporting PDJT.

    It seems the DemonRATs are having their own internal struggles for dominance over their party’s core ideological priorities, but even they still appear closer to a resolution among themselves than are the Conservatives.

    President Trump was never an ideologue and has proven that true since entering politics as a candidate in 2015. But he does exhibit a clear direction that is helping the majority in this country whenever his ideas are implemented or even tried. IMHO, all challengers to the GOP Establishment incumbents who arise between now and the 2020 primaries must support a solid and consistent platform that conforms to what voters all supported in 2016 – the MAGA agenda.

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  12. mike says:

    The only one of the R senators that I half respect is Rand Paul.

    In my state, we need to replace Sleeza Murkowski, the primaried senator (2010) who was appointed by her daddy, the bank bankruptor governor. After being primaried by the Tea Party in 2010, Sleeza still floated back in with instant Super PAC money by some federal contractors that raised $1.8m from corporations. Sleeza crawled back in with only 39.5% of the votes, 8% of her votes questioned but ignored by state courts. Shes’ a liberal rino.

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    • The Tundra PA says:

      Absolutely, Mike! We must find someone to primary Murkowski in 2022 (and defeat her write-in campaign). She has to go.

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  13. Nigella says:

    So when is the signing?

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  14. hoghead says:

    A Baltimore talk show host, the late Ron Smith, used to opine that the d’s are the evil party; the r’s are the stupid party. Any “bipartisan” effort is both stupid and evil. They keep proving Ron’s point.

    Liked by 5 people

  15. Doug Amos says:

    The superior man seeks the truth and the United States of America is currently being led by just such a person; President Trump. His name makes these putrid, vile rats sick every day of their evil existences Looking at any of them makes the skin crawl..

    Liked by 1 person

  16. Mr. T. says:

    So am I missing something? 12 R Senators said they support the resolution because Trump has no legal authority to do this. But he does have the legal authority. So what are they talking about? He does or he doesn’t and if he does, they should support him.

    Liked by 2 people

    • Aeyrie says:

      Mr. T, maybe you missed the part about the12 claiming that POTUS was stepping on the powers of the nation’s purse strings being held by Congress. They were claiming they were afraid POTUS’ actions would set an unfortunate precedent. Their stated fear was that his action would boomerang on them whenever a Dem became Prez again. I can appreciate their fear of possible future vicious retaliation from the Dem party, but on the other hand, the way the Dems are going now there may not ever be another Dem president! In any case, POTUS had to veto or the entire argument would be moot. We wouldn’t have a nation to argue about.

      Liked by 3 people

      • nationalboardertified2001 says:

        Aeyrie, I agree. Do the republicans actually think that if they don’t set a precedent, that democrats would have the integrity to do the same in the future? The republicans are absolutely pathetic idiots. I’m a lifelong republican and ashamed to see what my party has become! Worthless as tits on a bull!!

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        • Aeyrie says:

          Well, National, I must say that as a conservative Independent I’m not seeing a whole lot of integrity going on anywhere on the political landscape! The few who do possess it stick out like lighthouses on the deepest, darkest night.
          My mother was a die-hard Republican who, like many Republicans, thought that others should act with the integrity and good will she did. The fact that people frequently disappointed her expectations caused her to eventually become very embittered.
          It took me some time but I learned from her mistake. So I wouldn’t say Repubs are pathetic idiots. I would say they have a higher standard for behavior than most. Those good souls provide an example for the less principled among us to emulate. That is something to (humbly!) feel good about.
          As Master Jesus said to his disciples in Matt.10:16, “Behold, I am sending you out as sheep in the midst of wolves, so be wise as serpents and innocent as doves.” We must learn worldly-wise unflappability, carefully guarding ourselves against becoming judgemental and degraded by the world, or broken upon it.
          My prayer is that all of us learn the many valuable lessons being presented to us from this momentous time in our Country’s history and grow to become a wiser and kinder nation. Love to you! Be well.

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      • bklynboy854 says:

        “The way the Dems are going there might never be another Dem president”
        Never underestimate the stupidity of the American voter

        Liked by 3 people

      • David A says:

        …the12 claiming that POTUS was stepping on the powers of the nation’s purse strings being held by Congress.”

        That is absurd. Congress gave up much of their power to spend to
        Dozens of agencies. They let the 0 spend on numerous emergency declarations. He spent a couple of billion in cash to Iran. He made billions in bad loans to energy companies, all of whom contributed to him.

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    • Judith says:

      POTUS absolutely *does* have legal authority. The RINOS are just lying through their teeth. That’s what these RINOS do best. They lie like a rug.

      Liked by 3 people

  17. Akindole says:

    They should get used to it.

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  18. donnyvee says:

    It’s Friday and I’m beat. I have to admit that I thought there was a misspelling in the headline. I initially thought it should Secretary Hogan “Gibley’… Have a great day everyone. I think the tide is turning.

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  19. Newton Love says:

    In the video provided for this post, FN host Harris Faulkner asked WH Deputy Press Secretary Hogan Gidley about Kim Jong Un’s recent actions and threats.

    I believe that the cunning Kim saw that the (D)s are preparing to impeach PDJT, and so decided to revert to his old ways, in preparation for the next President in 2020, which won’t be the tough negotiator that PDJT is.

    What incentive does Kim have to denuclearize, if PDJT is not in power, and cannot therefor help Kim leave the nuclear threat business, and open up his country to peaceful investment (think Vietnam)?

    I predict that Kim will swallow the CNN / MSNBC lies, and he will not do any denuclearization until after the 2020 general election. If PDJT wins, he may be able to salvage the negotiations that the (disloyal opposition) (D) Party wrought. If PDJT does not win, Kim will resume his plan to build nukes and missiles, which he can use like a bank robber uses his guns to coerce cash from the Bank of the West.

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    • Ospreyzone says:

      It’s not just North Korea, either. Think how much faster we could have a decent trade deal with China were it not for the corruption of Congress. Xi sees the American political class he wisely invested in fighting PDJT at every turn and he is more than willing to let that fight play out.

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    • Armchair Quarterback says:

      One thing you can count on….if Kim has not progressed in the path that PDJT set out then, under the hood, he is moving in the opposite direction. Thank you RINOS. At a minimum we know whom to replace……descipable!

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  20. Sue Fowler says:

    The resolution is a direct attack on legal American citizens’ safety. No other interpretation is possible.
    Even worse, the motive is over Trough Control. Rand Paul is in my dog house.

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  21. Lamar Walker says:

    I knew 45 had the legal authority to do it, now I know my President has the balls!

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