President Trump Speech During NRCC Spring Dinner…

President Trump rifs through remarks at the annual Spring dinner of the National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC), a group which works to elect Republicans to the House of Representatives.

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82 Responses to President Trump Speech During NRCC Spring Dinner…

  1. JL says:

    Anyone who thinks he can’t be a good speaker is smoking crack.

    I’ve never seen a President this at ease and so able to connect with his audience, yet he still manages to be himself. There’s a small caveat. He only does this when he wants to. Not when someone else wants him to.

    Liked by 12 people

    • JL says:

      Make that a fantastic speaker. Not merely “good”.

      Liked by 8 people

    • Michael Todaro says:

      Yet, porky Ana Navarro, after whom the much coveted Ana Navarro Trophy aka Giant Burrito of Lard Award is named, is saying ” we need a president who speaks in complete sentences.” Navarro is a Bushie. English subtitles are required to understand Dubya who slurs and butchers the English language. This led one pundit to label Dubya ” a drooling red neck moron.” ABB, I left America for good in 2006, never dreaming a muslim jihadist and an hermaphrodite would occupy the White House and further “transform” America. I.e. Flush America down the toilet.

      Liked by 6 people

      • Dayvz says:

        McCain enabled the “fundamental transformation” of America. This is the individual who extended no funeral invite for his running mate but the man who savages him throughout 2008 was asked to give the eulogy.

        Liked by 3 people

      • Cisco says:

        I agree with Anna.
        We need someone as articulate as AOC.

        Liked by 1 person

      • Alligator Gar says:

        Yeah, a generational Connecticut Yankee transplant to Texas pretending to be a generational Texan is “a drooling red neck moron.” We Southerners know the reality. Ask the original “bonesman,” Prescott Bush. And, while you are at it, where, exactly, is the Bush vacation compound and has been for generations? South Padre Island, TX? Oh, no, that’s right, Kennebunkport, ME.

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    • lftpm says:

      The Mugwumps can stuff it. The man is FUNNY!


    • wodiej says:

      I only listened to two minutes and thought that. He is getting better and better.

      Liked by 2 people

      • stephenreed says:

        We saw it during the 2016 campaign, when he spoke using only handwritten notes. His technique now is to combine the scripted teleprompter speech with his own ad-hoc riffs.

        He is a natural, instinctive politician. And when he says that he loves us, I believe him.

        Clearly the greatest Republican president since Lincoln, who made America great the first time.

        Liked by 4 people

    • mostlyogauge says:

      Totally agree with you, JL. I don’t ever see anyone throwing any shoes at our VSGPDJT.


  2. Hebo Sabe says:

    Steve votes 2/3rd’s of the time with the left.

    I don’t forget either.

    Cans are sure being kicked down the road.

    Liked by 4 people

  3. JoD says:

    The NRCC did one Hell of a job getting R’s elected to the House in 2018.
    And now they’ve got the GALL to show up at the White House for a free meal!

    Liked by 8 people

  4. Deplorable Canuck says:

    Off topic Sundance but major happenings here in Canada. Thought you might be interested?

    Liked by 1 person

  5. steph_gray says:

    Most charming and real-person President since Reagan. He’s simply delightful to listen to.

    And that’s merely a decoration on the icing on the cake.

    Liked by 6 people

  6. Uncle Max says:

    Outstanding speech… with new ground covered… and the crowd was a wee bit silent a few times. Lots of Jeb! and Rubio folks in there… just sayin.

    Liked by 2 people

  7. Deplorable Canuck says:

    Still chuckling at the Joe Biden comment. Masterful troller!

    Liked by 5 people

  8. hoghead says:

    There is a lot of huffing about the demon party’s refusal to deal with the border/immigration issue. But the restupidturd party could have dealt with it in ’17/18.

    If all of this ends well for POTUS and the US, and a large majority of the people think he’s a hero, the restupidturd pols will try to get into the photo, and even run as more of the same (see poppy bush), only to turn the ship of state around as soon as possible (see poppy bush).

    POTUS really is doing this on his own, with help from only a few real Patriots in the restupidturd party.

    Liked by 3 people

  9. Deplorably99 says:

    Thank the lord for our MAGA President

    Liked by 6 people

  10. nerveman says:

    My God! How can I still be surprised by this man? @1:35 of the video he just makes my jaw drop when he tells them they are afraid of the press. The way he says it is almost as if he feels sorry for them…….and more

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  11. Petrel says:

    President Trump is correct that Republicans should squarely face the issue of “Pre-existing” conditions in health care insurance. If these Republican governors and congressmen actually focus on the issue they will discover that these conditions — eg diabetes, or celiac — are generally not expensive to treat for most and could be covered with a small subsidy.

    Also, truth be known, many Americans suffering from these conditions, have been given a “talk” by their doctors along the lines of: “Would you prefer I don’t memorialize your diagnosis and manage the illness with you year-by-year?” In other words, the insurance companies are already covering many “Preexisting condition” people, but the companies don’t know it.

    Liked by 4 people

  12. Carson Napier says:

    MAGA – Maintain America’s Greatness Always.

    Liked by 4 people

  13. Troublemaker10 says:

    Oh. My gosh, that was awesome!

    He just gave Republicans their platform and messaging.

    The only thing they need to do is fine tune their health care plans, both in substance and messaging. They don’t have to have all the nitty gritty details..but need to express the basics and direction to contrast against the Dem socialism plan.

    Liked by 1 person

    • amjean says:

      The difference is that President Trump works with his team(s) to come up with
      legislation to benefit the American people. Most everyone else waits for the lobbyists
      to bring them the plan, the already written paperwork to support their plan, and the
      house and senate members for the most part just sign it.

      Liked by 3 people

  14. Troublemaker10 says:


    Make America great again – keep America great.

    Liked by 2 people

  15. wlbeattie says:

    With that leafy backdrop – I was expecting see Obama sitting on a chair in there somewhere (listening & learning)!

    Liked by 5 people

  16. zorrorides says:

    Dear Mr President, please include “Free-Market Medical Zones” in your healthcare plan. Doctors and groups of doctors can create/ move into ‘Free-Market Med by choosing to post a public price list of services offered. The key is that doctors don’t take insurance in the Free-Market Zone; these doctors work for cash and post their menus on the door and on-line.

    Here’s the insurance kicker: The Free-Market Med business must provide their patient with a billing receipt that patient paid $X, gives the medical codes for treatments performed, and designates which meet definition of ‘medically necessary’. Patients that have insurance are allowed to file these claims with their carrier, and the insurance company is required to pay the going Medicaid code rates (the cheapest payout in the current system) to the patient. Doctors and insurance companies have no further interactions in the Free-Market Zones. Associations of medical consumers may be formed to use Free-Market Med in other ways as long as bookkeeping chores do not fall on the doctors office.

    Healthcare insurance works as it normally does when not in the Free-Market Zone, except new associations may be formed to supplement employers as sources for group insurance rates.

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  17. zorrorides says:

    Dear Mr President, yes, you have a bunch of Repubbies afraid of the press and afraid of the Dimms, and afraid of the Funders and, gotta say it, afraid of the Repub Party’s leaders. Hell, Steve Scalice was shot four times by a kook from the UniParty’s fringe and he’s still a loyal soldier!

    Please please please (I’m asking like James Brown) please quickly make a short list of planks to show the things that you believe a Republican Rep or Senator ought to support.

    Leave the rest to us your base, aka The People. We will find out which incumbents will pledge themselves to accomplish your list of issues. If our incumbent doesn’t measure up, we’ll find a new candidate for the primaries. These new guys won’t need the media or the funders. All they have to say is, “Vote for Me! I’m with Them, the People and Donald Trump!”


  18. John-Y128 says:

    “…the National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC), a group which works to elect Republicans to the House of Representatives.” Where were they last November?

    Liked by 3 people

  19. Pyrthroes says:

    Trump is not only an exceptional entrepreneur and showman (in the best sense, communicating via entertainment) but a multi-faceted public figure whose oeuvre transcends “say anything” demagoguery. Despite his Wharton School MBA, performance on this level is not paper-pushing “business administration” but an art, allying intellect and temperament with a cheerfully ironic disposition that cuts through pretense like a samurai’s laminar Katana Blade.

    Ranking the forty-four U.S. Presidents (not double-counting Cleveland), we place Trump just below the Rushmore Pantheon, ranking him B1A as an “American Original” with Jackson and Reagan (B1B and B1C, respectively). On this statistically valid (“normally distributed”) consistent, objective, historical group-basis, 20th Century anti-Constitutionalists FDR, LBJ, and Wilson rate C3A – C in the low-middle quintile.

    Past Founders Washington (A1A) and Jefferson (A1C), it’s interesting that Lincoln (A1B) and the six others in our 2nd Quintile (B2A – C, B3A – C) were unconventional “outsiders” [think Truman, TR, Polk]. Something in the American milieu encourages upstart private citizens to arise and take a hand when careerist jacks-in-office stand aghast like Fillmore, Pierce, Buchanan, nevermind Andrew Johnson, Clinton, the bizarre Soetoro.

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  20. Tiffthis says:

    He had a lot of fun at this event. MAGA /KAG 👍🏼


  21. wodiej says:

    Awesome speech!


  22. Amy1212 says:

    Great speech! I thought the backdrop looked suspiciously like the official BO portrait where he is sitting in front of a wall of shrubbery. Made me giggle to think how BO is stuck in the bushes while the grown up runs the country.


  23. Trialbytruth says:

    Is that the same free. Foliage that Obama disappeared.into?


  24. StanH says:

    Great President. This is a man comfortable in his own skin and not a hint of fear. He is simply “fearless.”

    KAG! …by destroying the Marxist hordes with our great President Trump in the lead.


  25. Donzo says:

    Nice upgrade on the Obama painting. I especially like the new guy.


  26. TJ says:

    We’re not done. MAGA. America first.

    “The people through all the States are for republican forms, republican principles, simplicity, economy, religious and civil freedom.” –Thomas Jefferson to Edward Livingston, 1800. ME 10:164


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