President Trump Delivers Remarks on Supporting Farmers and Ranchers – 3:15pm EDT Livestream…

President Trump is holding a White House event to support Farmers and Ranchers and announce a transitionary aid package to help during the restructuring of the global supply chain and a reset in U.S-China engagement. Anticipated start time 3:15pm EDT.

Quite a remarkable presser.

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113 Responses to President Trump Delivers Remarks on Supporting Farmers and Ranchers – 3:15pm EDT Livestream…

  1. myrightpenguin says:

    As this is coming from the Commodity Credit Corporation fund it does not require Congress, and of course that’s all that is required in avoiding Congress while the real funding will be via. the tariffs.

    Big AG will be in fits.

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    • Steven Edwards says:

      I don’t see how this is a good thing. More Executive power just means that the next person in there will be able to stack it and manipulate it to suit their own ends like the argument that the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau was unaccountable.

      Article One and its legislative and oversight roles exist for a reason.

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      • myrightpenguin says:

        The Commodity Credit Corporation fund is not new executive power. It is executive power that has been in place for many decades.

        Liked by 7 people

      • JG3 says:

        We’ve being playing that loosing game for too long! Fix it, now. or Loose it, now!

        Liked by 3 people

        • myrightpenguin says:

          That response by “Steven Edwards” was so pedestrian that it tends to help confirm to me why we often get odd comments at the top of comment threads. Don’t get in first with cr*p, so tag what was first with cr*p.

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          • Dutchman says:

            Myright;
            Fanatacism consits of redoubling your effort, while forgetting your aim.

            Fanatics tend to see every isdue through one lens, and discard anything that doesn’t conform to that view.

            You have deficit “hawks”, for instance. Seems like every issue, the arguement is less spending, cut the governments allowance.

            Tempting arguement, gets votes but no one, even Reagan has successfully turned the promise into reality, although it HAS ‘bought’ a LOT of votes.

            As pointed out, this program has been in place a long time, might as well USE it. Using the tariff $ to give farmers some relief, so OUR food production capacity is not adversely affected by the “trade reset” with China seems reasonable to me.

            In this second meeting with Nancy/Schumer, PDJT was ‘supposed’to tell HOW he intended to FINANCE the 2 trillion in infrastructure.

            I have speculated he was going to say “China will pay for it, either through tariffs, or a new trade agreement, that eliminates the trade deficit with China.

            Pelosi thought she was ‘skunking’PDJT when, after first meeting she said he agreed to up to 2 trillion, and HE agreed he would come up with funding plan.

            The tarifs, if they continue to bring in 100’s of Billions will, over time and along with increased revenue from increased employment, corporate taxs from new plants, $ repatriated over 10 years equal 2 trillion, easily.

            Similarly, if CHINA were to reach an enforceable agreement to eliminate trade deficit, that would yield similar $.

            “Drat you, Bush, er,…whats his,…oh, yeah,..TRUMP!”

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      • James Carpenter says:

        The “pen and a phone” weren’t exaclty a pure “Obama Invention”. Even as he challenged limits.
        The leeway granted by statute to our Executive may or may not be in Constitutional excess. But Trump is using what is as it exists, to try and keep this Republic a going concern.
        Which is more than can be said for others who limbered up their ear and hands…

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  2. cboldt says:

    C-SPAN is carrying this too. Trump has not started yet …

    Liked by 3 people

  3. FL_GUY says:

    What is so reassuring is that President Trump has a plan for every contingency. Our adversaries and competitors better learn quickly that the only ones that will feel the hurt are them if they don’t play fair. Thank GOD for President Trump!

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  4. Henry chance says:

    I bought a farm when I started college. Had a share cropper. I visit with neighbors when I travel home to funerals. They want the gubment out.

    Most of the USDA budget is for food stamps which is junk food. Doesn’t help farmers.

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    • Skippy says:

      Thank you for weighing in! As a city swamp dweller, your insight is better than mine.

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    • Sherri Young says:

      My paternal grandfather was an Iowa farmer. Very strong fundamentalist Christian. Did not hate anybody, but could not stand FDR or that administration’s policies because of the meddling in farming and farm prices. The FDR admin supported prices by destroying foodstuffs while hungry people stood in food lines for soup in the cities. When I asked Pop for his perspective as a farmer, I saw the suppressed anger that I had never seen from him before.

      He died in 1970. I am glad he never saw SNAP for junk food.

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    • Steven Edwards says:

      Exactly. My family has been farmers for hundreds of years in Southern Illinois. I fail to see how more government solves the problem of too much government…

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      • GB Bari says:

        Steven Edwards you are complaining to/about the wrong person.

        POTUS does not establish spending bills nor vote on the Budget.
        POTUS does not write legislation much less pass it. He can only sign into law those bills created by the House, passed by the House, and also passed by the Senate.

        This House of Representative has no intentions of fixing anything that reduces spending, nor do they intend to pass ANY meaningful legislation that would solve big problems and/ or help a large majority of Americans.

        This House of Representative intends solely on obstructing anything this president requests in the way of spending or cost cutting, etc.

        Therefore all this President can do is find legal ways to solve problems using whatever existing laws, tools, and mechanism are available to him WITHOUT requiring Congressional approval. He knows exactly what he is doing, and has my full support.

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      • Marc says:

        The “less government” line is so tiring. It’s whether you do the right or wrong thing in government, no how much power government has that matters. If laws aren’t being broken, and good is/will come of it, then what do you have to gripe about? If the next admin. abuses those powers then vote them the hell out. We get the representation we vote for. Local and state officials could do just as much evil as the feds if you let them.

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      • 3rdday61 says:

        I know exactly where you’re coming from Steven.
        The whole premise of the Govt, in this particular case POTUS, being the source of $$ to ‘hand out’ through the (basically baby GSE’s) Commodity Credit Corp, Consumer Financial Protection, Import/Export Bank, etc. goes against the foundational principles of the USA. Hence the reluctance of ‘salt of the earth’ farmers to take any of the subsidies whether they are actually needed or not. Especially farmers, because they are used to the weather and other unforeseen setbacks affecting yearly success/profit.
        I get it that POTUS isn’t used to people turning down money. He’s always had money(so to speak).
        This is just one of those situations where everyone(except the House Dems) is trying to play on the field that ‘is’ and use all resources necessary to make sure that ‘we’ as a nation can prosper at a level closer to our true potential. I know for a fact that we are nowhere near that potential.

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  5. duchess01 says:

    Mexico is paying for THE WALL – and CHINA is paying our farmers for lost revenue!

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  6. paulmafinga says:

    Congress should be given the same mental health test that our President passed with flying colors.

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  7. Henry chance says:

    American families.

    Hamburger $1.99, pork shoulder $.99, Chicken quarters $.49. Milk $1.69 a gallon.
    Inflation is not only under control, protein is cheap for us who still cook. $3.99 T-bone.

    One hour parking in fascist stronghold Chicago. hourly parking rates range from $6.50
    (farmers can’t get food stamps)

    So China has to import hog feed. Our hogs eat corn raised on the same farm. China is beating US by manipulating currency. We raise a tariff, they lower the Yuan.
    In some countries and some of our farms, dead animals and manure are blended into animal feed.

    Part of the reason foreign countries have so many animal diseases.

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  8. SHV says:

    Any trade leverage that China thought that they could use via Big Ag and bought politicians is being destroyed by African Swine Flu virus and the Fall Army Worm. If the Army Worm has the same effect on Chinese crops as it has had in Africa and India, they are in big trouble.

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  9. cboldt says:

    Trump is going on an extended answer, segued to the topic of Trump’s demeanor meeting yesterday with Pelosi and Schumer. He gets Kellyanne, Mercedes, Larry Kudlow to describe Trump’s demanor. All say calm. This contrary to the media reports and Pelosi’s accounting. Sara Huckabee Sanders comes in, she is asked (by Trump) to remark on the same subject. Sara says she;s seen both angry and calm, and that particular time, Trump was calm.

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  10. Chip Doctor says:

    I was dismayed to see the bags under his eyes again. In his last rally, I commented that he looked better than ever. This ongoing witch hunt must cause him to lose sleep at times. I certainly could never handle what he does. It really angers me to see this great man attacked like this. We need to pray without ceasing for him.

    And write him a note of support.

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    • duchess01 says:

      Amen, Doc!

      Liked by 2 people

    • Tiffthis says:

      I was thinking along the same lines as you and sent him a note of support today. 😇

      Liked by 5 people

    • C says:

      As lame as it is to say…they probably inject a small dosage of botox before those speeches. As well as makeup.

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      • Tiffthis says:

        Botox takes 2 weeks to take effect- so it wouldn’t help right before- but cold caffeine tea bag are an instant fix. Like 5 min on the area 💯😉

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        • Sammy says:

          And it lasts for months, it was stupid comment anyways Botox has nothing to do bags under you eyes. As if President Trump would bother.

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      • Sammy says:

        What yell are talking about, who posts on this site,??? Botox is never used for bags under the eyes, the only the time Botox is used anywhere near the eyes to stop the wrinkling on side when a person smiles.

        President Trump doesn’t have anything in face including Botox.

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        • C says:

          Okay sheesh. I know tons of people that use it in VERY small amounts. It’s not like Trump isn’t concerned about his looks from his hairspray to his tans and his ultra white teeth. All of which I participate in from time to time as well since I work in marketing on the coasts. It’s all good!

          I guess misunderstood botox! Now I know! Thank you.

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    • SharonKinDC says:

      B4 the storm, the pollen was giving me issues north of DC. Maybe the same 4 POTUS.

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    • Michael Osmon says:

      I get the feeling The President thrives on it

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    • NC Patriot says:

      Bags are dependent on lighting and the makeup in different venues. He is 72–he will have bags—-his sleep is likely consistent too—4-5 hours per night.

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  11. cboldt says:

    Next press question, from “Peter,” “Nancy Pelosi says you want to be impeached. Do you want to be impeached?”
    A: “I don;t think anybody wants to be impeached.” Trump goes on to describe the cooperation with Mueller, two years, no underlying crime, and findings that allow Barr to rule no obstruction, now we get Nadler (who has animus), and it sounds like FBI, CIA, foreign countries involved, then Mueller for two years and I figured that would take care of it. The American public won’t stand for going over this ground again.

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  12. C says:

    He’s all in. Unleashed. This is incredible. Each and every week is going to just get better and better. God save us and him from their insanity. Calling out Pelosi’s appearance (probably from pill and booze abuse). Incredible.

    He may even just start giving people heart attacks.

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  13. FlaDiver says:

    We need a strategic grain reserve program. Build silos with American steel, have American farmers fill them. Have China pay for it.

    Liked by 7 people

    • duchess01 says:

      Hmmm…Diver – Interesting idea – do we even have a surplus anymore?

      Liked by 1 person

      • ristvan says:

        Actually, US ran out of grain storage capacity last year. This year that will get drawn down because the cold wet late planting of corn and soybeans.

        Liked by 6 people

        • duchess01 says:

          Oh, dear, ristvan – that is sad – so they are going to need some ‘cash’ to recoup losses.

          Liked by 1 person

        • Sherri Young says:

          After MFGlobal, Ann Barnhardt advised farmers to invest in increasing their onsite grain storage. Big Ag was gaining too much control of the storage capacity.

          Liked by 2 people

        • Shark24 says:

          I saw some reports that up to one third of stored corn was destroyed by the recent floods. Is that correct?

          Liked by 1 person

          • ristvan says:

            In certain places, yes. Not overall. Missouri pretty hard hit, but not Illinois or Wisconsin. In my farm area of SW Wisconsin both our on farm storage and all the local grain elevators are fine—but were stuffed to the gills after last years harvest.

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        • Parker Longbaugh says:

          My work requires travelling across multiple counties each week. Every permanent grain silo has significant reconfigurable storage with massive tarps covering last year’s crop.
          In addition near!y all farms of moderate size added new storage capacity in the last five years.

          There is more grain around tha n many realize.

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  14. cboldt says:

    About the DEMs, “Let them get this angst out of their belt.” Then we can get things done vey quickly. They can start by passing the USMCA. Trump earlier said Pelosi was the hold up on that, that she doe not undertand the bill – implying her faculties are diminished.
    Next Q is on China trade. Trump says Huawai is dangerous, but could be part of a trade deal.
    Next Q is on “treason,” and the penalty is death. Who specifically are you accusing? Comey, McCabe, maybe others above those two, Page, Strzok. They said that if Trump won, they’d get him out anyway, and that’s treason. [it’s not, but legal minutia].

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  15. sundance says:

    Excellent presser !!!

    WOLVERINES.

    Liked by 20 people

    • WSB says:

      Just loved the ending! Wink.

      Liked by 8 people

    • nimrodman says:

      Yeah, he’s unleashed now.

      Yesterday’s Nancy stunt about “cover-up” and today’s fake news stunt where all MSM networks were reading from the same 4 am talking points about “Trump on a tear at infrastructure meeting” … plus Nancy’s latest stunt about “he needs an intervention” were like waving a red flag at a bull.

      He’s had enough.
      It’s apparent.

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  16. Tiffthis says:

    President en fuego 🔥!!!! Very stable genius 🤩😇🇺🇸

    Liked by 11 people

  17. cboldt says:

    Headed to the Oval Office for pictures, press invited to come along. C-SPAN bails out.

    Liked by 6 people

  18. Sherri Young says:

    That was EXCELLENT!!!

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  19. SharonKinDC says:

    This was a DOOZIE! Great remarks & the Q&A was freakin’ awesome. Pelosi got reamed for her lying BS… this, just one of the gems in the presser portion.

    Liked by 12 people

    • boomerbeth says:

      “Her hands moving ???what is going on with that?”

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      • Sherri Young says:

        He’s right. I noticed that hand thing too. I bet she has developed a tremor that she disguises by holding her hand that way. She used to gesture with her right hand open, fingers straight.

        Something ain’t right.

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        • ristvan says:

          Sherri, have commented on this before. The lack of speech facility and the uncoordinated hand gestures are ‘newish’. Not there 5 years ago. Not a doc, but do recognize the onset of symptoms identical to my maternal grandmother. A specific form of senile dementia now known as vascular dementia, caused by an accumulation of minor brain damage from multiple microstrokes. Wiki has a good layman’s discussion. Odd/distorted Facial expressions, halting/frozen speech, and hand eye muscle coordination are classic. All three from same underlying impairment of voluntary motor control. Irreversible. SAD.

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          • Since she is third in line to the presidency shouldn’t she be subjected to some sort of competency test?

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            • GB Bari says:

              Not until it becomes imminent that she is actually going to assume that position because of loss of the President and the Vice President.

              So if she’s declared mentally/physically incompetent – as IMO she should be – after her it is the President Pro Tempore of the Senate Chuck Grassley then the Secretary of State Mike Pompeo.

              Bottom line – let’s keep President Trump healthy. The first three people in line as his successor are, to one degree or another, counterproductive to MAGA.

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          • Mr. T. says:

            We called it old age.

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          • cdquarles says:

            My mom had multiple infarct dementia before she died three years ago. She had lots of ‘little’ strokes over the years and had gotten to the point of multiple falls and 24/7 care; which we (sis and I) did. Watching her decline was painful. Since strokes do run in the family, I’ve collected a few more -ologists ;p; and my spending on pharmaceuticals has essentially doubled compared to last year. Yeah, I have the proverbial sack now. Thanks to Trump, my insurance plan is a better one than the one I had before and despite having to spend time in hospitals twice. God Bless him and his family. They are going through a lot that they shouldn’t have had to go through, due to the machinations of Deep State and the Party of Slavery and Death.

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        • fred5678 says:

          My mother had a 1 hour TIA — Nancy is on “shaky ground”.

          https://www.webmd.com/stroke/symptoms-tia#1

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  20. boomerbeth says:

    I AM A VERY STABLE GENIUS!
    Uproarious laughter from “Reporters”.

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  21. ristvan says:

    The beautiful part is China hurt two ways. Tariffs, then used to nullify the US ag pressure point. Meanwhile, food situation in China grows more dire. African Swine Fever pandemic, army cutworm infestation spreadingin southern corn, and fusarium infestation spreading in northern wheat.

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  22. Dutchman says:

    Well, apperently SOME “Dare call it TREASON”, and he names names, as eell as ‘speculating’ that “it may go higher”, and at another point saying “Did I see Clapper pointed a finger at Obama?”

    Did NOT in any way back away from the Death penalty part of the question.

    Pretty clearly called out Pelosi as being mentally unfit, she simply doesn’t understand the bill, they are trying,….

    As she IS a Constitutional Officer, being third in line of Succession, isn’t it reasonable to have her do a mental cognition test, (see if she can get 30/30?)
    and release her and immediate families tax records)

    It seems,….reasonable.

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    • ALEX says:

      Agree 100%…just awesome

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    • Marygrace Powers says:

      Dutchman agreE 1000%/ in totality
      a KILLER PRESSER. #UNLEASHED

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    • ristvan says:

      Allout war was just declared by his presser yesterday and today. Pelosi calling and impeachment caucus meeting then emerging to say coverup yesterday was the equivalent of Pearl Harbor. As Admiral Yamamoto said, ‘I fear we have only awakened the sleeping giant.’

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      • Marygrace Powers says:

        Right ristvan/ reminds me of a 2013 DJT tweet:

        Donald J. Trump

        Verified account

        @realDonaldTrump
        Follow Follow @realDonaldTrump

        Move slowly, carefully — and then strike like the fastest animal on the planet!

        10:11 PM – 19 Sep 2013

        11,111 Retweets 19,361 Likes

        VSGPDJT’s TAKEDOWN
        will be a MASTERSTROKE.

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      • Mr. T. says:

        More likely her caucus called an impeachment meeting and she again tried to explain to the idiots that he would not be removed from office by the Senate and it was political suicide to impeach with no chance at removal. They told her they don’t care because they are racist, bigot, haters who always want their way.

        She was explaining her current strategy which is to keep the impeachment word swirling around and do activities and hearings that seem to support that illusion so they can have a political weapon to use for 2020.

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    • Robert Smith says:

      It all fair as they questioned, congressmen and media alike, Trump’s physical and mental health. And had serious, in their minds, discussions about removing him from office.

      Aside from differences in policy, Nancy has some obvious physical and mental issues right now. We also don’t know how much of her TDS might be caused by her decline in her mental facilities.

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  23. ALEX says:

    I’ve been waiting three years for the President to finally go off on Pelosi :

    “Crazy Nancy

    “I’ve been watching her and she’s not right

    Etc etc….and we got a Cryin Chuck.

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    • andyocoregon says:

      Nancy Pelosi has really gone batsheet crazy now. And she’s crazy to think she could get away with this scam lie about President Trump.

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      • Nancy keeps forgetting that our very stable genius is a counter-puncher
        She’s never had to deal with someone who fights back.

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      • Dutchman says:

        In Nancys ‘Defence’, it worked with every other “RepubliCon” President, so WHY doesn’t it work with THIS one?

        Hint, Nancy; He’s NOT a RepubliCon President, he’s a RepubliCAN President.

        He CAN kick your *ss, and Chinas, and Trudeus, etc. And any OTHER bully that dares to take him on, with one hand tied behind him.

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  24. sundance says:

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  25. ivehadit says:

    WE LOVE YOU, DONALD!! OUR MAGNIFICENT VERY STABLE GENIUS!💓💓💓

    Liked by 14 people

  26. gingergal says:

    You could hear the silence in the room when he talked about treason.

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  27. SHV says:

    “He gets Kellyanne, Mercedes, Larry Kudlow to describe Trump’s demeanor”
    ****
    PDJT should announce that, since Pelosi and Schumer lied about the recent meeting, all future meeting with Dem. Leadership will be audio and video recorded.

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  28. I’m going to vote for him again.

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    • Dutchman says:

      H&H;
      2 major disappointments. Can only vote for PDJT one more time, in 2020. Unless we change the Constitution,…

      And, can only hang the seditious traitors ONCE. Well, could hang em twice, but I expect the second time wouldn’t be nearly as ,….satisfying.

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      • Stillwater says:

        I’ve been thinking that we only have the opportunity to vote for Trump more time, but if we get a new president after Trump that respects him enough, then Trump could remain as a close advisor to guide the new president in continuing the same Maganomic policies.

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      • dufrst says:

        Even if constitution permitted, Trump will be well past his prime to be any good beyond 8 years. I love me some Trump but 8 years will be plenty enough. The beauty of our country is that we’ve had so many great leaders. We have never relied on one man (ala China) to get it done. We will have great ones again and even greater than Trump in the future, at least I sure hope so. Think of it, we all thought we would never see another Reagan again and lo and behold we have one greater than him! MAGA!!!

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        • Robert Smith says:

          Yes, the baton must be passed on.

          Although, I’ll say a declining Trump is still much better than a full-faculties younger person that is PC infected with no business sense.

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          • cdquarles says:

            So true, that. Plus, he’s still younger than my mom was before her decline became obvious. I’ll be willing to say that he’ll be darned good when he’s at the same point Reagan was and before Reagan was showing signs of the aftermath of his near brush with death after being shot.

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  29. Sherri Young says:

    I finally realized that Nanzi might intend to bypass impeachment and go straight for the 25th amendment. That may have been why TRex was visiting yesterday. The question of Rod Rosenstein wearing a wire might not have come up if there had not been some kind of assumption that certain cabinet members would have voted to invoke the 25th. IIRC, TRex was a Secy of State at that point.

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    • TimesUp says:

      Can you say, “dots connected”?

      Nicely done.

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    • ristvan says:

      Nope. Read 25A§4 carefully. The VP and a majority of executive officers (cabinet) must certify incapacity. There is NONE evident. The ‘family intervention’ thing was just another Dem TDS slur.

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      • Sherri Young says:

        I definitely do understand what you are saying, Ristvan. However, there are some very corrupt persons in DC who came back to town still needing to get Donald Trump out of the White House and cover as many tracks as possible. They apparently do not want to wait until January 2021 if they can avoid it. The Constitution gives them two legal options — impeachment or 25A.

        The Dimms showed back up with a majority in the House. Nanzi changed the rules so that they could take a damning report from Mueller and continue on from there. She provided an investigative legal team. But then…the Mueller report did not come through for them. Weissman and Mueller were supposed to be able to indict a ham sandwich, but could not find anything that would work to impeach then later indict Donald Trump. Even worse for them, Bill Barr spoke the work “spying” and said that there was not a legal predicate that made sense. He thought it was time to investigate the investigators. Yikes.

        I think Nanzi may have realized that going forward with impeachment could quickly become akin to spit polishing the 3rd rail bare-handed. The new AG appears to be a serious lawman. Nanzi can toss around words like “coverup” while babbling into a microphone and trying to collect her frazzled thoughts and dirty up Donald Trump’s reputation at the same time. She also is suggesting that he is refusing to perform his sworn duty by not engaging with the Dimm leadership.

        If she does not dare to go for impeachment, that leaves the 25A route. I did see the requirements for a 25A removal from office. 25A says the persons who get to decide if the President is unfit would be the VP and
        – a majority of either the principal officers of the executive departments
        – or of such other body as Congress may by law provide,…

        Apparently, “such other body as Congress may by law provide” could supplant the cabinet in a 25A process. Of course, there would need to be a law passed with a veto-proof majority.

        25A is a long shot, but it is the second option of Nanzi’s 2-track approach for getting PDJT booted either before or after the 2020 election. With DS critters starting to turn on each other, serious impeachment efforts are looking more and more dangerous for some folks. Either track requires industrial strength resistance and looney talking points.

        My $0.02.

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        • Robert Smith says:

          Democrats are forcing themselves and others into an endless loop of serious thought about fantastical issues. I don’t doubt that they are war gaming fantasies in their heads, but it isn’t going to happen based on nothing.

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  30. Rynn69 says:

    Fox Business will still roll out another segment in the farm field with dogged reporter Jeff Flock and a hand-picked Democrat farmer (from Illinois – ok) on the disastrous tariffs in 3, 2, 1…..

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  31. roger duroid says:

    Very very disappointed over T Rex. Seems as if he is a bit jealous and didn’t like PDJT taking him down a few notches after all his years as CEO of Exxon. Too bad.

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    • myrightpenguin says:

      I don’t believe Trump knew Rex much before picking him, instead he was somewhat pushed on Trump with no good alternatives, Trump coming in from the outside and in a rush to staff his admin. In truth when one looks at Rex’s pushback against exiting the Iran Deal, moving the embassy in Israel, etc. etc., this is someone who was a bit like Mattis, more aligned with Ben Rhodes (swamp) than Trump.

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      • ristvan says:

        Disagree a bit. Tillerson was excellent on the opening trip to Saudi Arabia (sword dance). There were three negative issues that grew on PDJT. First, Trex was a globalist, something PDJT did not fully comprehend the dimensions of at the outset. Second, Trex was a corporatist, meaning not effective at fighting the swamp. Third, Trex was not effectively managing State: much unhappiness with reorgs and management meetings.

        On the third, I grok the problem. At Exxon, TRex rose to be absolute monarch. No such thing at State, where career employees are protected civil service and SoS come and go. Instant collision/conflict at a basic world view level.

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  32. SouthernTrumpette says:

    CNN dug up a farmer and put him on the air this afternoon who claimed that Trump’s tariffs are hurting the farmers because China is just retaliating by raising tariffs on their products. He related a story where he went with his son to buy a $17,000 livestock trailer which cost him $1,500 more than it would have before Trump put in the tariffs.

    Hopefully, those trailers will start to be produced in the USA again.

    I am so much hoping for the day when we can buy QUALITY AMERICAN products again instead of
    the throw-away trash we’ve been getting from Asia for the past few decades.
    My appliance repairman won’t even take a look at some of those brands…they are made to be
    thrown away instead of repaired when they break.

    Thank God for Trump!

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    • andyocoregon says:

      I have little sympathy for U.S. farmers who count on exports overseas for the majority of their profits. U.S. consumers need to start buying from U.S. manufacturers once again.

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  33. NC Patriot says:

    I would say Brennan comes closer to treason—–sedition

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    • Dutchman says:

      I would say Brennan doesn’t come “closer”, he goes WAY OVER THE LINE.

      His only defence; I vus juste vallowink orders. The POTUS ordered me to, so it MUST be lawful,…..right?

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  34. tuskyou says:

    He let it rip! We’ve gone from Very Stable Genius to Extremely Stable Genius. I love my Genius President ❤️🇺🇲❤️🇺🇲 Thank God he uses his smarts for us and not against us.

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  35. woohoowee says:

    🙂

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  36. TheTorch says:

    Absolutely MAGA! 🙂

    That was what I wanted to see yesterday at the other presser!, yesterday was ok, but this is what we want to see. Covered lots of key items, knocked Pelosi to smithereens, made the Dems own all their lies, impeachment and investigation nonsense, hung it around their neck with an anchor on for good measure.

    Even before this, the American people were seeing through all this Dem nonsense as the polling is horrific for them. This is very very clever what he did here. They continue to walk off the cliff, or they actually do something constructive and try and save their bacon. Otherwise they are looking at a train-wreck in 2020 for the Dems.

    Their base is crazy, they are going crazy, and our extremely stable genius President, is driving them completely insane.

    Just wonderful 🙂

    and remember this is before anything has been declassified, no IG reports released, and no indictments…

    Oh BOY this is going to require a lot of popcorn 🙂

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  37. USTerminator says:

    This is how the globalist (EU President) thinks about you: “These populist, nationalists, stupid nationalists, they are in love with their own countries,” Juncker told CNN in his Brussels office.

    Go Brexit Go!!!

    https://www.cnn.com/2019/05/22/europe/jean-claude-juncker-interview-european-elections-intl/index.html

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  38. I just had the time to watch this whole video and it was excellent. Possibly one of the best pressers POTUS had held.

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  39. GB Bari says:

    I thought the President was fantastic, bold, and aggressively confident in this presser.
    He is an awesome defender of the Constitution and our country.
    Yes I will vote for him in 2020.

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