Steve Hilton Interviews President Trump…

President Trump gave a lengthy interview to Steve Hilton on a variety of topics.

Interview continues (just hit play):

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77 Responses to Steve Hilton Interviews President Trump…

  1. sundance says:

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  2. bour3 says:

    That was so short!

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  3. Dutchman says:

    “Democrats (in Congress) always vote in lock step, Republicans, not so much!”

    Know WHY? Its not because of ‘squishy’ Republicans like Susan Collins of Maine, and others in supoosedly ‘blue’or ‘purple’areas.

    Democrats have their equivalent; Manchin, etc.

    But Dems do not vote against the ‘party line’ unless the Dem leadership tells them they can, and that doesn’t happen, unless the,individual vote doesn’t effect the outcome.

    With Republicons, it is also up to Republican leadership, to ‘release’ these Republicans squishes to vote against the,party line. And they release them whenever the individual vote effects the outcome.

    THATS the difference! Mitch and McCarthy, sabatoging US, PDJT and MAGA, every chance they get.

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    • Pyrthroes says:

      Suggest reviewing a recent “Atlantic” article concerning two personality types’ approach to forecasting (Irving Berlin’s “foxes” vs. hedgehogs”– “The fox knows many things, but the hedgehog knows one big thing”).

      “In (Philip E.) Tetlock’s 20-year study [1984 – 2004], both broad-brush foxes and narrow-focus hedgehogs reinforced successful forecasts. But when outcomes differed, (modest, pragmatic) foxes adjusted their approach while (credentialed) hedgehogs repeated authoritative but wildly wrong opinions, updating hypotheses in the wrong direction, ever more closely wedded to erroneous prognoses. When foxes lost a bet, they sought the reason and corrected course, while hedgehogs willfully ignored contrary evidence and walked away.”

      This Hedgehog mindset is all too indicative of Congressional Rats’ lockstep (“marching morons”) parade. Tetlock refers to Yogi’s classic “Never predict anything, especially about the future.”

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    • SAM-TruthFreedomLiberty says:

      Good points.
      I think the problem is uniparty and globalist America-2nd reps from deep red states.

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  4. delighteddeplorable says:

    Love the one-on-one interviews with POTUS. Dims and their media lackeys seek to portray him as a knuckle-dragging, incoherent, uneducated, all-but-illiterate, politically mindless buffoon, not to put too fine a point on it.

    The reality is so far from that it’s absurd. He’s measured, thoughtful, intelligent, shrewd, gracious and….well, I could on, but you get the idea. VVSGPDJT outmaneuvers his opposition at every turn and does not stop fighting for America.

    It’s been said here many times, but….best President ever!

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  5. Magabear says:

    Have to say that I was disappointed by PDJT’s comments on Alfred E. Newman’s (aka Mayor Petey) “marriage”. I know PDJT isn’t as much of a culture warrior as many of us are, but I would’ve hoped for more of a “well, that’s his business” response than an endorsement of his “marriage”. As the saying goes, politics is downstream from the culture.

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    • Dekester says:

      Magabear.

      You raise an interesting point.
      IMO PDJT has been consistent with that point of view. He genuinely shows warmth and respect for everyone, until they betray him. Regardless of Race, Religion Sexual Orientation or Gender.
      One of the highlights for me during the primaries was the waving of the “ Rainbow” flag on stage.
      That took courage, especially when there were so many zealots within the Republican Party waiting to take him down.
      At least three of his top supporters are openly gay, Grennell, Tammy Bruce on Fox, and the fella that was a co founder of pay pal. His name escapes me at the minute. Peter something or other ?
      PDJT is consistent, how many other politicians can we say that about. Like maybe 0 !

      I am not gay, married over thirty years, and am the father of heterosexual men.

      Tremendous interview. Hilton is a professional.

      God bless PDJT

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    • mdaush says:

      He is not our Priest or Minister, he is our President!

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  6. MelH says:

    http://joehoft.com/obamas-illegal-spying-on-trump-and-all-americans-labeled-operation-hammer-will-soon-be-exposed/ at this link the Montgomery hard drives and documents given to Comey are discussed. I think Barr now has them.

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    • zephyrbreeze says:

      Hillary’s server had a BCC: on her email going straight to an address in VA that was identified as a Chinese intelligence operation. They didn’t even need to hack, because every email was automatically copied to them. We’ve been sold out.

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  7. I’m really enjoying watching “an experienced business negotiator” in the office of Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the United States Government. He’s making ==experienced== decisions, which “politicians” simply don’t know how to make because they’ve never really done it. Because they’ve never actually “been there.”

    Looking into the future of politics, and of governance in general, I predict that nations around the world will – and, already are – set an entirely new set of expectations for whom they hire to “the CEO Post,” and(!) with whom they populate their various Legislatures. Because, one thing that I think Mr. “The Art Of The Deal” Trump is demonstrating to the world right now is that a lot can be accomplished in the world of international [business …] relations, and in a very short time, if you actually have the right kind of experience.

    Although I am much less comfortable with Mr. Trump’s present ==military== decisions – this is well outside of his experience-zone and also the purview of the military industrial complex – most military conflicts have their foundation in business and in economics.

    The “professional politician” who brings nothing else to the table is, I predict, going to find it harder and harder to get a job in the coming decades of the 21st Century.

    I also predict that more (e-?)books will be written about Donald Trump than were written about Abraham Lincoln. Today we do not realize just how “interesting,” and truly unprecedented, “the times we live in” actually are. After several hundred years of “either a professional politician or a retired Army General,” we are witnessing a harbinger of the future – flawed though he of course is. The stuff that future historians are going to write volumes about is happening right before our eyes – and of course we can’t turn the page. (Guess we all picked a great time to be born.)

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  8. I must say that I felt very encouraged when (circa 18:00 in the second video) the President spoke very candidly about “the military industrial complex” and what they’re all about.

    I have not heard ==any== President of the United States speak of this since January 17, 1961.

    And this man simply spoke of it – candidly and truthfully – to a press interviewer.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Military–industrial_complex

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