President Trump Delivers Remarks Before Bilateral Meeting With Finland President Niinistö – Video and Transcript…

While diplomatic and fierce, President Trump delivers extensive remarks to the press pool today in advance of a bilateral meeting with President Niinistö of Finland.

[Video and Transcript Below]

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[Transcript] – PRESIDENT TRUMP: Well, thank you very much. It’s a great honor to have a man that’s become a friend of mine — we’ve gotten to know each other well — the President of Finland. And we have many things to discuss, including trade and military and purchases, and lots of different very exciting events.

So we’ll have a long time together today. We’ll then be having lunch. And I think we’re going to be seeing the media right afterwards and say a few words.

But it’s an honor, Mr. President, to have you with us. Thank you.

PRESIDENT NIINISTÖ: Thank you. Thank you very much. I’m waiting for our discussions.

PRESIDENT TRUMP: Yes. Yes. See? He’s made a few words, and he gets it done. (Laughter.) That’s what I like about him.

PRESIDENT NIINISTÖ: (Laughs.) Hope so.

PRESIDENT TRUMP: That’s what I like about him.

Anyway, okay, thank you all very much.

Q How do you respond to concerns that you are putting the whistleblower’s life in danger?

PRESIDENT TRUMP: Well, the whistleblower was very inaccurate. The whistleblower started this whole thing by writing a report on the conversation I had with the President of Ukraine. And the conversation was perfect; it couldn’t have been nicer.

I saw Rick Scott, I saw many of the senators talking about it, many of the congressmen talking about. Not a thing wrong. Unless you heard the Adam Schiff version, where he made up my conversation. He actually made it up. It should be criminal. It should be treasonous. He made it up — every word of it, made up — and read to Congress as though I said it.

And I’ll tell you what: He should be forced to resign from Congress — Adam Schiff. He’s a lowlife. He should be forced to resign. He took a perfect conversation, realized he couldn’t read it to Congress because it was perfect; it was a very nice conversation. I knew many people were on the phone. Not only were many people on the phone, we had stenographers on the phone taking it down, word for word.

He took that conversation, which was perfect; he said, “I can’t read this.” So he made up a conversation and he reported it and said it to Congress and to the American people. And it was horrible was he said. And that was supposed to be coming from me, but it was all fabricated.

He should resign from office in disgrace. And, frankly, they should look at him for treason because he is making up the words of the President of the United States. Not only words, but the meaning. And it’s a disgrace. It should not be allowed to happen.

Q But your own DNI said the call transcript was consistent with the complaint. So, should only whistleblowers —

PRESIDENT TRUMP: No, no, no, he didn’t say that. You have to take a look.

Q He did say that.

PRESIDENT TRUMP: No, no, no. He did not say that. And, in fact, if you look at what he said, he found everything to be very normal. He’s a good man, and — Joe. And he found it to be very normal. I saw Schiff trying to go 15 — you know, we call him “Shifty Schiff.” We don’t call him “Shifty Schiff” for nothing. He’s a shifty, dishonest guy — who, by the way, was critical of one of the great Secretary of States. Graduated number one in his class at West Point. Graduated top of — one of the top in his class at Harvard Law School. The most honorable person, Mike Pompeo. And this guy was negative on Mike Pompeo.

He can’t — you know, there’s an expression: He couldn’t carry his “blank” strap. I won’t say it because they’ll say it was so terrible to say. But that guy couldn’t carry his “blank” strap. You understand that?

So, you’re dealing with bad people. And, you know, I watched China over the last few days, and I watched some of these other countries build up, build up, build up. And we’ve built up more than any of them because of me, but no help due to the Democrats. They’re a disaster. They’re the “do-nothing” Democrats. They don’t do any work. All they want to do is try and win the election in 2020, so they come up with this impeachment nonsense.

And everyone knows the conversation — all based on a phone call that I had, where I’m talking to the President of Ukraine. You’ll hear from our ambassadors, you’ll hear from some of the folks that know all about the call — why the call was set up and everything else. It’s perfect. The call was perfect.

In fact, Lindsey Graham said, “I didn’t know you could be so nice.” There was no quid pro quo. Remember, before they saw — the only reason I put that out — and I did it with the approval of Ukraine, by the way; otherwise, I couldn’t have done it — was because the whistleblower was so dishonest. The whistleblower said terrible things about the call, but he then — I then found out he was second-hand and third-hand. In other words, he didn’t know what was on the call.

No, these are bad people. These are dishonest people. And when the American people find out what happened, it’s going to be a great day. And you know what? We have to go back to building our country, because 99 percent of Nancy Pelosi’s time is spent on this. She should worry about lowering the price of drugs, which I’ve done. But it’s hard to do it without the help of Congress — about creating border security, which I’ve done.

We’ve built — we now have hundreds of miles of wall under construction on the southern border. She should worry about infrastructure. She should worry about the USMCA. She’s not doing it. I just saw a part of her press conference before the President came. And I’m sorry to bother you with this, Mr. President, because we have other things to talk about.

PRESIDENT NIINISTÖ: (Inaudible.)

PRESIDENT TRUMP: But I will tell you, I just watched part — she says, “Oh, drug prices…” Well, she’s been trying to get drug prices down for — how long has she been in Congress? For years. She should focus on her own district. Do you see what’s happening to her district? We call it “tent city.” It’s terrible. In fact, we just sent a violation to the city of San Francisco: unsafe water, unsafe conditions, environmental — EPA.

Our EPA, which is doing a great job, is sending Nancy Pelosi, with all the talk about EPA — there’s needles and drugs all over the street. There’s tents. There’s people that are dying in squalor in the best location, in San Francisco. It used to be a great city. Now, you have to see what’s happened to San Francisco. You happen to see what — what’s — what the Democrats have allowed to happen. As an example, what they’ve allowed to happen, just take a look, to Los Angeles. Great cities.

One other thing: Yesterday, as you know, I was sued by the Governor, Gavin Newsom — he’s another beauty. I was sued by him. He’s a do-nothing. Sued by him so that I can’t get on the ballot in the state of California. It was a massive story. It was the biggest story, Mr. President. It was headlines all over the place: “Trump gets sued by this do-nothing governor in California.” It was big.

Here’s what happened: Yesterday, I won the case, very convincingly. A very tough, smart, highly respected judge — not a Trump person at all — not appointed by Trump; appointed by somebody that you would call the opposition — came out with a scathing and tough opinion. I won the case. I didn’t see one story that I won that case — not one story — from the fake news. I didn’t see Steve write it. I didn’t see you write it. I didn’t see anybody write it.

So, let me just tell you, just to finish: Nancy Pelosi and Shifty Shifft [sic] — who should resign in disgrace, by the way — and Jerry Nadler and all of them, it’s a disgrace what’s going on. And we should be focused on making America great again and keeping America great, because that’s what we have to do.

And when I look at that parade with military and millions of people and everything else, we better get smart. We better start focusing on the right things. Because what they did with this nonsense — think of it: You have a perfect — I mean, perfect, conversation with a President of another country — Ukraine, in this case — and they try and say, “Oh, let’s impeach him.”

They’ve been trying to impeach me from the day I got elected. I’ve been going through this for three years. They’ve been trying to impeach me from the day I got elected. And you know what? They failed. And this is the easiest one of all, because this one is based on one conversation.

What about Obama’s conversation with the President of Russia, where he says, “Hey, hey, tell Vlad I’ll talk to him after the election is over. I’ll talk to him…” Nobody reports that, right? That’s stuff you should report.

But you people should be ashamed of yourself. We have the most dishonest media that you can imagine. And you should be ashamed of yourselves.

Okay, I think I’ve answered most of your questions. What do you think?

Yes?

Q Finnish media here. Finland is the happiest country in the world.

PRESIDENT TRUMP: Finland is a happy country.

PRESIDENT NIINISTÖ: Yeah, for sure.

Q What can you learn? What can you learn from Finland, which has a social-democratic (inaudible)?

PRESIDENT TRUMP: Well, you got rid of Pelosi and you got rid of Shifty Schiff.

PRESIDENT NIINISTÖ: We have time to discuss about that.

PRESIDENT TRUMP: Finland is a happy country. He’s a happy leader, too. (Laughs.)

Q Some Republicans have raised concerns —

PRESIDENT TRUMP: No Republicans have raised concerns.

Q — about the whistleblower, that their name — that the identity of the whistleblower should be protected.

PRESIDENT TRUMP: I don’t care. Look, I think a whistleblower should be protected if the whistleblower is legitimate. But when the whistleblower makes a big report on the conversation I had with a President, of Ukraine, and it was a great conversation. It was per- — we talked mostly about “congratulations on your win.” We talked about corruption. And we’re really referring mostly to 2016, because what the Democrats did in 2016 was corrupt.

And let’s see what happens. They’re more concerned with that than they are with me and impeachment. They’re trying to hide what maybe is coming. I let our great — if you look — I’ll let our great law enforcement take care of it. Okay?

Attorney General Barr, I guess, is working on it. And I hope he’s working on it. Because what happened in 2016 is a disgrace to this country. And they’re more worried about that because they know they’re guilty as hell. All right? They’re much more worried about that.

Q Is the whistleblower immediately illegitimate if they are reporting misconduct about you?

PRESIDENT TRUMP: When a whistleblower —

Q About you, sir?

PRESIDENT TRUMP: Okay. Are you ready?

I heard the whistleblower’s report from you people, and how bad it was about just a simple conversation.

By the way, this whole thing revolves around a simple conversation. And if you remember at the beginning, it was “quid pro quo.” That’s all you heard about. And I think he said seven or eight times: “quid pro…” — in other words, “You’re going to that or we’re not going to give you money. You’re going to do this or we’re not going to…” I never said it.

But when I heard these horrible stories come out, I had no choice but to release a conversation — which I hate to do, and I hope I don’t have to do it again — with the leader of a country. I asked a certain person to call up a certain person in that country to get permission to do it; otherwise, I wouldn’t have been able to do it. And if I didn’t do it — and I appreciate Ukraine for allowing us to release the conversation. But it was so innocent, it didn’t hurt them. If anything, it helped them because it was a very innocent conversation.

But when a whistleblower takes that very nice, innocent — Lindsey Graham said, “I never knew you were that nice a person.” He said, “You never asked him for anything. You were really, really nice.” Lindsey was saying, “I never knew you were so nice. That was a perfect conversation.”

I heard Rick Scott today say, “That was a perfect conversation. How can they impeach him on that conversation?” He read it. He’s a very smart guy from Florida — Rick Scott — and he said, “That was a perfect conversation. How can you impeach somebody on that conversation?”

But the whistleblower wrote not that conversation. He wrote a vicious conversation. In other words, he either got it totally wrong, made it up, or the person giving the information to the whistleblower was dishonest. And this country has to find out who that person was, because that person is a spy, in my opinion.

Are you ready? So, when a whistleblower, purposely or not, gives something that’s totally erroneous — now, here’s where I fooled them. They never thought I’d release the conversation. They never thought in a million years that I’d release the conversation.

When “Liddle'” Adam Schiff saw the text, when he read it, he couldn’t believe it. When Nancy Pelosi, who worked a day early — Nancy Pelosi called for essentially impeachment — “Let’s impeach the President” — before she saw the transcript. And this is an exact word-for-word transcript of the conversation, right? Taken by very talented stenographers.

Q Well —

PRESDENT TRUMP: Listen to me.

So when she saw that, she was — she — I heard she went crazy. She said, “We can’t impeach him on this conversation. That’s a great conversation.” She went by the whistleblower. And the whistleblower was so bad, I would even think about it.

But here’s what happened: The whistleblower was wrong. The only thing that matters is the transcript of the actual conversation that I had with the President of Ukraine. It was perfect. We’re looking at congratulations. We’re looking at doing things together. And what are we looking at? We’re looking at corruption.

And, in, I believe, 1999, there was a corruption act or a corruption bill passed between both — and signed — between both countries, where I have a duty to report corruption. And let me tell you something: Biden’s son is corrupt, and Biden is corrupt. And I’d rather run against Biden than almost any of those candidates. And I think they’re all weak. But I think Biden has never been a smart guy, and he’s less smart now than he ever was.

Thank you very much. Thank you. Thank you.

Q Sir, have you actually wanted a moat on the border, sir? Sir, did you suggest a moat?

PRESIDENT TRUMP: Oh. Let me do that again; it’s a fair question. So this morning and last night, my comms people came to me. Listen to this one, President. I’m glad they’re interested in Finland, but what can you do? I’m interested in Finland much more.

But my comms people came to me, and they said, “Sir, there’s a book or something being written.” It’s written by Washington Post people, so you know it’s inaccurate. You know it’s probably a fraud.

So two reporters from the Washington — and they said, “President Trump started screaming, ranting, and raving, that on the southern border…” — where we are right now building a tremendous wall; it’s unbelievable what’s going up. Army Corps of Engineers. It’s — we’re doing a lot. We have — we’ll soon have over 100 miles under construction and completed. We’re going to end up with over 400 to 500 miles.

Okay, ready? That I wanted a wall, but I wanted a moat. A moat — whatever that is. It’s not a word I used, but they used it. A moat. And in the moat, I wanted alligators and snakes. And I wanted the wall to be a fence, and I wanted it to be electrified. And I wanted sharp spikes at the top, so if anyone gets it, it goes piercing through their skin — is somewhat the way they said it. Skin-piercing spikes. But I want the whole wall to be electrocuted.

And, “Sir, you never said that.” They came to me — the comms people. They came to me yesterday. And they said, “Did you say this?” I said, “Why are you asking that stupid question?” “Because the fake news media is saying that you said this in a book.” I said, “What book?” And they said, “Washington Post.” I said, “Well, obviously it’s fake because almost everything the Washington Post does is fake.”

It’s a fake newspaper. It’s owned by a rich guy for the purposes of giving him power in Washington. It’s really — I mean, it’s a lobbyist — I call it the “Lobbyist Washington Post” — for Amazon. And he ought to be ashamed of himself, because what they do to his reputation — I think maybe it’s probably no good anyway. But what they do to his reputation with the Washington Post is a disgrace.

So these two reporters wrote this book, and they said I want a moat with alligators, snakes, electrified fences so people get electrocuted if they so much as touch the fence, and spikes on top. Never said it. Never thought of it. And I actually put out something on social media today. I said, I’m tough on the border, but I’m not that tough.

Okay. It was a lie. Just so you have it — you asked the question. It was a total lie. It was corrupt reporting. Okay?

Q Did you suggest —

PRESIDENT TRUMP: I don’t even “fake” anymore; I call the fake news now, “corrupt news.” Because “fake” isn’t tough enough, and I’m the one that came up with the term — I’m very proud of it — but I think I’m going to switch it largely to “corrupt news.” Because the media in this country — not everybody; we have some great reporters, some great journalists. But much of it is corrupt. It’s corrupt. You have corrupt media in this country. And it truly is the enemy of the people.

Thank you very much. Thank you. Have a good day, everybody. Go write some phony stories.
Go write some phony stories. Go write a Schiff-like story.

Just another day in paradise.

PRESIDENT TRUMP: Thank you, Steve. I hope I answered all your questions.

Q I didn’t get — I didn’t get one in.

PRESIDENT TRUMP: Come here. Come here. Come here. What?
Q I was going to ask you (inaudible) limit the number of people who are listening on those phone calls —

PRESIDENT TRUMP: I might. I might. Yeah. I — and, by the way, I assume many people. I always do. When I speak to a leader — if I speak to Finland, I always assume that many people are listening.

Q Yeah.

PRESIDENT TRUMP: And the other thing is that Nancy Pelosi’s account of my phone call is a total lie. I called her about guns, and then I heard her — she’s talking about impeachment. I said, “What are you talking about — impeachment?” I called her to say I’m making big progress on guns, okay?

Fellas, I don’t know if you’re with us, here.

Q (Inaudible) not here.

PRESIDENT TRUMP: But I’m saying that — and I think you have to put that out. That would be the only thing. All right. Good.

Q Thank you, sir.

PRESIDENT TRUMP: Good. Thank you, Steve. It was a lie. Her statement was a lie. But, you know, what else is new?

Thank you, everybody.

[Transcript Ends]

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103 Responses to President Trump Delivers Remarks Before Bilateral Meeting With Finland President Niinistö – Video and Transcript…

  1. TMonroe says:

    Media Q: “Is the whistleblower immediately illegitimate if they are reporting misconduct about you?”

    More strawmen than Kansas at planting time. First, it was a report of hearing something, not an eyewitness of misconduct itself.

    Second, they’re tapping calls of the president — empowered by the constitution to conduct affairs of state. Also, they’re tapping calls of other world leaders. Next, they’re discussing them and passing judgment on content and legality — this from unaccountable gov orgs who have such a dearth of oversight on techniques and actions.

    The premise is this is insane, as were so many notions surrounding the then-candidate receiving info about rival campaigns, having people on staff forming foreign policies, and having all of that used as pretexts for wholesale spying.

    The fact that they tapped then and tap now with impugnity even convos between world leaders appears to show a scenario Soviet in its scale and Orwellian in its implementation. Yet, the basic insanity doesn’t even make it as a talking point in most corners of society or media. And people wonder why certain horrible governments managed to emerge in recent centuries.

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  2. dufrst says:

    Our lion was roaring today, especially in the second news conference. Woo! Trump is not playing, guns are out!

    BTW, big win for the US in the WTO. Trump set the reporter straight when that reporter tried to minimize his influence. More winning! MAGA!!

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  3. EnoughIsEnough says:

    Calling out Schiff, Pelosi, Biden and the media in front of a world leader and foreign press. Awesome! How many people worldwide long for a president who stands up for them and calls out corruption every single time, and refuses to back down. The pushback and chaos he experiences every minute of every day seems to motivate him to fight harder. God Bless President Trump and his family.

    Liked by 17 people

  4. Patience says:

    Question: Are the statues on the mantle usually there???

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  5. A2 says:

    Would be nice if the wankerati actually asked questions about Finland US relations.

    Liked by 12 people

  6. Eric says:

    This may have been even better than the formal joint presser.

    Liked by 7 people

  7. Heika says:

    Any other man – without the tenacity and balls, and strong ego – which Trump has, would have dissolved under the pressure of the recurring coup’s ages ago. Why it keeps on coming, the hits keep on rolling in, is because of this – as put by Sperry. The crimes are being exposed over and over, but that fraud Horowitz is only combing over things gently, (he is NOT looking into much at all despite the ‘good fair guy’ narrative everyone keeps slinging about – and then he gently passes it to the authorities who REFUSE to do anything about anything. Anyone getting the feeling this is all more about making us feel impotent? Designed to wear us down, to spit in our faces, to say, F you… anyway? Yes we know it is. The trickery (Horowitz is a Democrat sleezeball bed smoother) involves pacifying everyone to buy time. It has been the entire time. For us to think something is being done. If it were not for those like SD and other brave vanguards, we would be not so frustrated! We would all be sucking on our syrup coated dummies.

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  8. MIKE says:

    Q. Mr. President? Mr. President?!! Are you really gonna throw the whistleblower into a moat filled with snakes and alligators? Did you say that, Mr. President? did you really say that???”

    BwaaaaHaaaHaHa!!!

    Liked by 14 people

  9. Pa Hermit says:

    Once burnt, twice shy! One would think that the Dems would hesitate after getting burnt, but alas, they seem to relish in doubling and maybe tripling down! Revenge is dish best served cold, but this pasting tastes ohh so delicious warm!

    Liked by 3 people

    • jimboct says:

      In a sane world, I’d expect the msm to be reluctant about unnamed sources. But please keep in mind, they are as much a part of the coup as Schiff, Pelosi, and Schumer are.

      Liked by 8 people

  10. Heika says:

    Oh my my… how absolutely gorgeous…no one else could do it like he does.

    “Thank you very much. Thank you. Have a good day, everybody. Go write some phony stories.
    Go write some phony stories. Go write a Schiff-like story.

    Just another day in paradise.”

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    • LoonsCall says:

      “just another day in paradise.” He absolutely slays me.. was gonna post a song by Collins but quickly realized that Phil is blaming the President for his latest toothache

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  11. Ma McGriz says:

    awww….
    if only we could get Mrs. Trump’s Baby Boy to tell us what he really thinks! [[ smrk smrrrk : ) ]]

    I stand with Donald Trump.

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  12. Mike in a Truck says:

    “Go write some phoney stories” Bwahahahahaha. Delegitimize the fake reporters before they even write their fake news reports to their fake audience’s.

    Liked by 7 people

    • “Go write some phoney stories”… It seems during the morning all the stations, all the channels, all the media, all the talkers are ‘full of Schiff’.

      Liked by 4 people

      • icanhasbailout says:

        Every time I think that they’ve hit bottom, they prove me wrong.

        Check this out this will blow your mind, I found out about it from The Jimmy Dore Show which is a rare left-wing dissenter show. Conservative media missed this from what I have been reading, or maybe it’s just me who missed it.

        Axios’ breathless story…

        And a response from the Kyiv reporter for a number of the big media corps:

        The original story is 100% wrong, every single bit of it. Notice their correction only corrects one thing that is wrong, and does that incompletely, leaving no indication that the rest of it is garbage too. He wasn’t an adviser, he never said what was attributed to him… and that’s the whole story. They corrected the adviser claim leaving readers to believe the rest of the article still stands!

        I can’t believe that this is an accident. The false correction confirms bad faith beyond a reasonable doubt. The individuals who write these false stories have to be doing it on purpose, and have to be doing it for a specific and proximate reason, too. I want to know those reasons and who is providing them and why. Are these stories being planted by someone?

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  13. Don McAro says:

    THE MAN COMPLETELY KICKED ASS TODAY!!!!

    Liked by 4 people

  14. Spatch says:

    Wow… Here we are welcoming our friends from Finland on US soil and our President has to spend that entire welcome defending himself from the deep state. May those attacking our President rot in hell.

    Liked by 10 people

  15. 1riot1ranger says:

    Many years from now reporters will have stories of how they got skewered by Donald Trump. There will never be another like Donald Trump, they will say. So true.

    Liked by 2 people

    • steph_gray says:

      After the second and third and fourth MAGA terms, I hope hose so-called reporters will be posting their corrupt news (nice new term, Mr. President!) either from a San Francisco gutter full of human waste, or from a jail cell…

      Oh, wait. After real MAGA, San Francisco should be clean again. Jail it is then!

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  16. Aintree says:

    That’s a great poster at the bottom.
    POTUS was on a roll excoriating the media in the way they deserve.

    If “corrupt media” doesn’t seem as effective and reliable as fake media, P Trump can combine the two into “Corrupt fake media.” It has a pleasant and more satisfying ring to it than either word alone.

    I was wondering if this fake moat nonsense included drawbridges and CBP Knights of the Round Table at legal border crossing points.

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  17. sunnyflower5 says:

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  18. EnoughIsEnough says:

    I cannot wait for the next rally on October 10. It seems that every day there are new developments, and I am hopeful that the entire conspiracy against our President is exposed and that he names names. His rallies reach a wide audience, and allows him to spread the truth without the MSM/co-conspirator filters.

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  19. Somebody's Gramma says:

    OOOOOhhhhhhh. I’ve been that angry before. LOL. GOOD FOR HIM!! I love this President. I sent him a letter through the whitehouse website. All I said was:
    KEEP GOING. WE ARE WITH YOU.

    Liked by 10 people

  20. bosscook says:

    I’m praying he plays Nickelback at the next rally!

    Liked by 5 people

  21. @ChicagoBri says:

    I’m asking 10,000,000 supporters of President Trump to terminate their cable or satellite service by Nov 3, 2019 – which is one year before the election. The corrupt media must be starved out of existence, and we have the means to do it. The question is, do we have the willingness to do it?

    Liked by 2 people

    • MicD says:

      Here, we don’t listen to the “News”.
      I’ve seen the posts here where the 6 networks parrot the very same talking points.
      It’s on local radio as well, how would average “viewer” know?
      Here, we don’t believe anything unless we see it and hear it from the primary source.

      Welcome to War.
      #MAGA

      Liked by 1 person

    • amazed treetop downlooker says:

      Dumped our satellite TV 14 months ago, ashamed took me so long to pull that plug…WHY feed the enemaenemedia ?

      Treepers often post cooments along the lines of “what can we do” to help the Patriotic Cause, etc ??

      Treeper Challenge for you: burn down the phones @ Direct & Dish TV, CoxCable, etc with YOUR tsunami of cancellation calls ASAP !

      Liked by 1 person

    • Otherwise Law Abiding says:

      It would cost me a substantial early termination fee, but if that many will do it I will also. Call it a campaign contribution.😎

      Like

    • steph_gray says:

      *Brushes hands off* Already done!

      It takes patience to track down Lou Dobbs’ shows now through the web – but I’ve got patience.

      Like

  22. CNN_sucks says:

    Thank you, PDJT. Exposed all these lying politicians and lying media.

    Liked by 2 people

    • A2 says:

      Forgot to add this:

      Trump, Finnish president to discuss 5G options to Huawei
      (Reuters) – U.S. President Donald Trump and his Finnish counterpart on Wednesday are expected to discuss ways to improve 5G alternatives to offerings from Chinese telecoms equipment firms like Huawei Technologies Co Ltd [HWT.UL], a senior administration official said.

      “Finland is home to Nokia which has quickly developed 5G technology that is at least on par with that of Huawei and ZTE (000063.SZ) and presents one of the viable alternatives to those countries that cherish privacy of their citizens’ data, the integrity of their networks, the security of their critical infrastructure,” the official said on Tuesday.

      The senior administration official also accused Huawei and ZTE of involvement in “the modern day concentration camps of over 3 million Muslims,” in a reference to China’s detention of mostly Muslim Uighur minorities, in what U.S. officials have described as concentration camps.“

      https://mobile.reuters.com/article/amp/idUSKBN1WG4AG?__twitter_impression=true

      👇👇

      In light of this.

      “The Internet’s horrifying new method for installing Google apps on Huawei phones
      Just make a Chinese website your device’s remote administrator. It’ll be fine!”

      https://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2019/10/the-internets-horrifying-new-method-for-installing-google-apps-on-huawei-phones/

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  23. Larry says:

    What’s with Chelsea Clinton calling Donald’s life a scam? Everyone knows Bill isn’t her “real dad”. I’m sure there is more than one scam in that wood pile.

    Just like everyone knows Charles isn’t Harry’s “real dad”. Harry & Megan still expect everyone to bow down before them.

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  24. Don McAro says:

    Wow you would think the way Adam and Nancy were acting today…That President Trump stole 90% of the Hatiian relief funds

    Liked by 10 people

  25. Don McAro says:

    Ever notice…when Nancy has to blink she smiles….

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  26. WeThePeople2016 says:

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  27. donny says:

    WOW. Not only did our Commander in Chief issue orders to launch the long awaited Counter Offense Campaign, there he is, on the front line, destroying the enemy.

    Liked by 8 people

  28. donny2837 says:

    WOW! Not only did our Commander in Chief launch the long awaited Counter Offense Campaign, there he is on the front line himself, destroying the enemy within.

    Liked by 1 person

  29. curator55 says:

    I noticed on the CNN website far more than the number of vicious attacks against him since I last checked sometime ago. It’s hard to find anything but a negative PT article including allegations about his state of mind ie. “crazy Trump lashes out.” This is really becoming a tectonic battle between P Trump and the corrupt and fake media.

    What they call “crazy,” we Trump supporters see as his passionate defense against the slanderous lies. But, it’s how the swing voters see it, so P Trump does have to remember them. I’m sure he knows the media are prodding him with deliberately annoying questions so he will hopefully over react and they can impugn his character by posting another article about his out of control state of mind.

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    • donny2837 says:

      Something is different today. President Trump is not putting up a ‘defense’ against lies. Ain’t playing defense no more. Commander in Chief Trump launched the counter offense campaign. We attacking on all fronts and he’s leading the charge. Take no prisoners, unconditional surrender.

      Liked by 6 people

    • steph_gray says:

      That’s how the swing voters see it? Really?

      I think plenty of them are looking at their suddenly improved bank accounts, listening to what he says, and saying, “Finally somebody who gets it!”

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  30. Marcia says:

    I just e mailed President Trump and told him how much my husband I appreciate what he is doing and that we pray for him everyday; for courage, wisdom, strength and protection.

    He needs to hear from all of his supporters either at rallies; e mails, donations, or whatever you are able to do. He is fighting for all of us. Is he perfect; no, but he has courage and isn’t afraid to fight for the principles this country was founded on. That is certainly more than I can say for most Republican members of Congress who seem to cower in a corner waiting for the “all clear” whistle to blow!

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    • Dutchman says:

      Marcia, fully agree, except for one thing.
      To me he IS perfect!
      Sometimes you need a surgeons knife, and sometimes you need a HAMMER.
      Anyway, I agree we need to SHOWER PDJT with support, EVERY WAY WE CAN!

      Liked by 4 people

      • amazed treetop downlooker says:

        Sometimes it takes a GATLINGUNJACKHAMMER, TURBOCHARGED EVEN !

        LOVE & LEARN much from your many brilliant posts, Dutchman, THX, Patriot !

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        • Dutchman says:

          Glad to help.
          He SAID:
          “THEY can work with me, on infrastructure, drug pricing,..so many things good for America.
          But, if they continue with this obstruction b.s. (paraphrasing) I will hit them harder than anyone has ever been hit!”

          I am reminded of an EARLY Mohamad Ali fight, when he was ‘in his prime’. I think he was fighting a fighter from England. I was 12 years old, and my Dad took me to a bar to watch it, cause they had “cable”, what we now call pay-per-view.
          Ali softened him up for several rounds, then got him in a corner, and peppered him with about 20 blows, in 15 seconds.
          He was literally holding him up with blows. Then he stepped back, and let the guy fall.

          PDJT is still softening up the opposition; he’s just getting started.
          And, like that Ali fight, its a beautiful thing to behold!

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  31. Dutchman says:

    I would like to suggest, to the Trump campaign, that they stop playing the Stones “Sympathy for the Devil”, at PDJT’s rallys, (cause We have NO sympathy for these devils) and (assuming they can get the copywrite) the replace with Phil Collins “In the,air tonite”, as it is just SO appropriate.

    “If you were drowning, I would not lend a hand!
    I’ve seen your face before my friend, but I don’t know if you know who I am!

    I was there, and I saw what you did, saw it with my own two eyes,..
    So you can wipe off that grin, cause I know where you’ve been,

    And its ALL been a pack of LIES!

    And i van feel it in the air, tonite!
    Oh, Lord! And I’ve been waiting for this moment, for all my life!
    Oh, Lord, OH, LORD!

    Can you feel it in the air tonite, Oh, Lord!”

    Is it just me, or is that SO Appropriate?

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  32. Phil says:

    PDJT lashes out and cusses and j u s t – l I k e – t h a t all attention is diverted from Guiliani and Barr. They can get back to work while the media lap dogs chase another stick PDJT threw for them. Love it.

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  33. neev1031 says:

    My favorite line: “It was a lie. Her statement was a lie. But, you know, what else is new?”

    The most accessible president ever & the only one who manages to speak directly to each of us, every time. The anger, frustration, disgust, .. is palpable & something we share with him. Think of this – every time the ‘establishment’ takes aim at him, ordinary Americans rise to his defense. What motivates you to stay up nights looking for holes in the newest plot? Sundance is rare & special, but consider how many everyday Americans have started researching laws, forms, old tweets? I think I know, having found CTH in 2016 and checking multiple times a day.

    You know right when you see it, you are motivated by faith – a simple belief that God always walks with the righteous. So from another American, angry & determined – I SALUTE YOU!

    Sundance – you inspire many, many more than even you may think.

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  34. TradeBait says:

    Wish everybody would quit calling them “media”. They are parasitic propagandists who are simply slave actors.

    Liked by 4 people

  35. The Gipper Lives says:

    I thought maybe Schumer and Pelosi suddenly wanted to talk policy because impeachment polls so badly, but I’m thinking that they want to get in a room with him and offer him USMCA-passage for dropping this crazy Russia investigation.

    Too late, scum.

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  36. Bucky Badger says:

    I am attending a small gathering tomorrow with Senator Ron Johnson. In advance of the meeting I have been reading up on his most recent activities.

    What I found kind of alarmed me. I am not sure if I am reading it wrong or not, but it appears Johnson’s letter to the ICIG (along with Grassley and Lee) is in defense of the whistleblower change and not against it.

    Johnson is saying second hand hear say should have always been protected and he wonders why it was ever restricted to first hand knowledge in the first place.

    If that is the case, what would stop every deep stater and coup plotter from reporting everything as a whistleblower and then receiving the whistleblower protection status that is awarded to valid whistleblower complaints?

    Every single deep stater could claim to be a whistleblower and then promptly be protected and hidden.

    Is Johnson part of the coup? Please share your thoughts so I can directly share them with him tomorrow.

    https://www.hsgac.senate.gov/media/majority-media/johnson-grassley-lee-call-for-answers-regarding-intelligence-community-changing-requirements-for-whistleblowers

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    • Eric Kennedy says:

      Well, it sounds like you are in PRIME position to speak up for all of us.

      Go get ’em!

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    • amazed treetop downlooker says:

      Seems like either he uncritically ran with some staffers rec, or
      He’s made an honest mistake, Ill-considered snap assessment/decision, or
      He’s part of the swamp problem.

      In any case,
      IF he doesn’t rescind that support toute suite & adamantly oppose this blatantly pro-swamp game changer of a provision, no matter the reason he originally came out in support,

      SsssSHAME on him ! AND, be wary of everything else he does, promotes.
      As always, Gipperize….even when trust, ALWAYS VERIFY !

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    • Zorro says:

      My advice is to find out if he is willing to use the C word “Coup” for the events that have transpired since 2016. Any Republican that is not willing to use it is woefully uniformed or a resistor.

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    • cboldt says:

      The firsthand/secondhand issue is complicated, and secondary to what went down.
      Ask if the whistleblower mechanism can be abused, say, for example, by an unethical leaker.
      Ask about IG jurisdiction, how important is it? Are the president’s oval office “country’s business” calls subject to IG oversight? Is the president a proper subject for ANY whistleblower?
      Another jurisdiction question: This whistleblower, reported to be CIA, did not work through the CIA IG. It looks like “IG shopping,” finding an IG who will overstep his jurisdiction.
      ICIG is Atkinson. The ICIG statute is 50 USC 3033.
      The CIA/OIG position is created by 50 U.S.C. 3517. There is some interesting history in staffing that.
      Acting Inspector General Chris Sharpley (Actig CIG/IG since 2015!) withdrew his nomination (by Trump) in July last year.
      https://www.citizensforethics.org/12-inspector-general-vacancies/
      If you see this, good luck in your encounter.

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  37. I want to see a Bill. A playbill. An electric bill. Pass a %&$#@ bill you deranged lunatics!!

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    • Ausonius says:

      DUDE! The LAST thing we want is DEM legislation passed! Let them continue to do NOTHING! It is only to our advantage that they do…NOTHING! Unless they somehow accidentally pass a bill which happens to be Constitutional and does something positive for us!

      We were lucky that MAObama was ultimately lazy and did not push too much: the legislation that was passed by DEMS during his 8 years did enough damage!

      Liked by 1 person

      • These people are on the low-end of life-negating marxist-nihilists. I don’t think they could pass a bill if they tried. POTUS is a convenient excuse. He’s the only thing holding them back from tearing one another apart.

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  38. CNN_sucks says:

    Democrats are GOLLUMS and the media are their ORKS. This obsession of the ring (power) is destroying them. Defeat everyone of them on 2020.

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  39. “Is the whistleblower immediately illegitimate if they are reporting misconduct about you?”

    In my “Logic 101” class, this was presented as an example of the logical fallacy of “begging the question.” (Full disclosure: the actual example was: “have you stopped beating your wife?”) It is by now “such a hoary old trope” that you’d suppose that [corrupt …] reporters would have given up on it by now, but apparently not.

    Fortunately, Donald Trump is experienced enough in such matters as to simply refuse to allow his opponents to engineer the terms of engagement in this way. (Any “experienced business negotiator,” such as he is, would instantly realize this. “Professional politicians,” however, would not have a cucking flue. Guess they underestimated their true opponent yet again.)

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    • steph_gray says:

      Mike, that’s exactly the trope that occurred to me when I saw the question!

      But please, don’t dignify these Communist mouthpieces with the name “reporter.” Sharyl Atkinson, John Solomon, are some of the only reporters left in the field – not the likes of this scummy questioner….

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  40. TwoLaine says:

    It is amazing what this man can fit into one answer. 🙂 🙂 🙂

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  41. Rynn69 says:

    VSGPDJT is one of the smartest men I have ever seen in action. It really is astounding. What makes it even more delightful is that Swamp Dwellers and media can’t even see it.

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