Day One Schedule – President Trump Delivers Opening Remarks – Davos, World Economic Forum – 5:30am Livestream…

President Trump traveled overnight to Davos-Klosters, Switzerland, to attend the World Economic Forum.  [Livestream Links and Daily Schedule Below] I found it very interesting that Secretary of State Mike Pompeo was not on the Dec. delegation list.

The U.S. Delegation includes: Treasury Secretary, Steven Mnuchin; Commerce Secretary, Wilbur Ross; Labor Secretary, Eugene Scalia; Transportation Secretary, Elaine Chao; U.S. Trade Representative, Robert Lighthizer; Under Secretary for Growth, Energy and Environment (DoS), Keith Krach; Asst to the President, Ivanka Trump; Asst. to the President, Jared Kushner; and Asst. to the President / Deputy for Policy Coordination, Christopher Liddell.

The 2020 Davos economic conference will be a little more important to watch this year (as it was in 2017) due to the completed U.S. Trade Agreements (S Korea, Japan, Mexico, Canada, and China) and the predicted focus for the Trump administration to pivot from Asia to the EU and U.K. for the next critical phase of the ‘America-First’ global trade reset.

There will likely be a great deal of attention upon the opening remarks by President Trump scheduled to be delivered at 5:30am ET / 11:30am Switzerland.

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Day One Schedule:

♦ 2:25am EST / 8:25am Local – THE PRESIDENT arrives at Zurich Airport, Zurich, Switzerland

♦ 2:35am EST / 8:35am Local – THE PRESIDENT departs Zurich, Switzerland, en route to Davos, Switzerland, Zurich, Switzerland

♦ 3:20am EST / 9:20am Local – THE PRESIDENT arrives at InterContinental Davos Landing Zone, Davos, Switzerland

♦ 3:30am EST / 9:30am Local – THE PRESIDENT departs InterContinental Davos Landing Zone en route to InterContinental Davos, Davos, Switzerland

♦ 3:35am EST / 9:35am Local – THE PRESIDENT arrives at InterContinental Davos, Davos, Switzerland

♦ 5:10am EST / 11:10am Local – THE PRESIDENT departs InterContinental Davos en route to Davos Congress Centre, Davos, Switzerland

♦ 5:10am EST / 11:20am Local – THE PRESIDENT arrives at Davos Congress Centre, Davos, Switzerland

♦ 5:30am EST / 11:30am Local – THE PRESIDENT delivers opening remarks at the World Economic Forum, Davos, Switzerland

♦ 6:15am EST / 12:15pm Local – THE PRESIDENT participates in a pull-aside meeting with Klaus Schwab, the Founder and Executive Chairman of the World Economic Forum, Davos, Switzerland

♦ 6:35am EST / 12:35pm Local – THE PRESIDENT participates in a reception with the International Business Council, Davos, Switzerland

♦ 8:30am EST / 2:30pm Local – THE PRESIDENT participates in a bilateral meeting with Ursula von der Leyen, the President of the European Commission, Davos, Switzerland

♦ 10:15am EST / 4:15pm Local – THE PRESIDENT participates in a bilateral meeting with Simonetta Sommaruga the President of the Swiss Confederation, Davos, Switzerland

♦ 11:20am EST / 5:20pm Local – THE PRESIDENT participates in a bilateral meeting with Imran Khan, the Prime Minister of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, Davos, Switzerland

♦ 12:30pm EST / 6:30pm Local – THE PRESIDENT participates in a dinner with Global Chief Executive Officers, Davos, Switzerland

♦ 1:50pm EST / 7:50pm Local – THE PRESIDENT departs Davos Congress Centre en route to the RON Location, Davos, Switzerland

♦ 2:00pm EST / 8:00pm Local – THE PRESIDENT arrives at the RON Location, Davos, Switzerland

~ Day One Concludes ~

Previously Announced members of the Presidential Delegation:

1. The Honorable Steven Mnuchin, Secretary of the Treasury (Lead)
2. The Honorable Wilbur Ross, Secretary of Commerce
3. The Honorable Eugene Scalia, Secretary of Labor
4. The Honorable Elaine Chao, Secretary of Transportation
5. The Honorable Robert Lighthizer, United States Trade Representative
6. The Honorable Keith Krach, Under Secretary for Growth, Energy and the Environment, Department of State
7. The Honorable Ivanka Trump, Assistant to the President and Advisor to the President
8. The Honorable Jared Kushner, Assistant to the President and Senior Advisor to the President
9. The Honorable Christopher Liddell, Assistant to the President and Deputy Chief of Staff for Policy Coordination.

As a result of the resounding conservative victory in the U.K. election, a pending Brexit, a favorable $7.5 billion WTO ruling and USTR Lighthizer’s new $2.4 billion EU targeted tariff program against France, and the administration has significant advantages going into a trade discussion with the EU in 2020.

Team USA has the world’s strongest economy, the largest market, legally bolstered tariff authority and a quiver full of powerful economic arrows.

Meanwhile Team EU has: (1) the UK leaving; (2) severe drops in German industrial manufacturing; (3) a shrinking French economy; (4) yellow-vests in the streets; and (5) demands for greater economic autonomy from many key member states.

Overlay Germany, France and Italy large economy challenges such as: their promise to meet NATO obligations on defense spending; their attachment to the strangling Paris Climate Treaty; growing dependence on Russia for energy; looming 5G issues from German contracts with Huawei; and the EU’s collective economic position is precarious at best.

Yeah, they are all going to be paying attention.

 

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210 Responses to Day One Schedule – President Trump Delivers Opening Remarks – Davos, World Economic Forum – 5:30am Livestream…

  1. Doppler says:

    It was a great speech, SOTU like, about the Trump economic miracle, but also a “new direction,” nationalism, and a “new focus,” on the well being of each nations workers and ordinary citizens, that promises utter transformation to the Uber globalists who come to Davos to network around Biden-like corruption opportunities to benefit themselves, as bona ride members of the elite, at the expense of their peoples. Great timing at the start of Nancy’s impeachment trial.

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    • willthesuevi says:

      Oh, man. This would be awesome on so many levels. Of course the dollar value would not mean much for the US but the optics in Europe would be pretty good!

      Euro countries wanting to do business with the US with all the bad press President Trump gets is amazing. They see the numbers and none of these Euro countries wants to be the one that get left behind by the new American juggernaut.

      Bravo President Trump, Bravo.

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    • GB Bari says:

      Of course she just HAD to mention ad emphasize Global Warming in her list of issues. Idiot European Leftwing Globalists still think President Trump is going to let AGW affect any deals he makes….(NOT).

      Liked by 5 people

  2. John Good says:

    https://conservativehardliner.com/usmca-will-spark-incredible-growth-period

    Check out the last paragraph of this article, where it says that a business-man should run a Country in order for it to be successful as a Country! I knew this way back during the 80’s from my UWO Business School courses & I always knew deep-down in my heart, that Donald J. Trump could run the USA BETTER than any Politician had in the past!

    Now, IF Canada had someone like Donald J. Trump running the Country, we could be successful also, BUT instead we have a “Socialist-Twit” instead! Grrr!

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    • Father of 3 Gen Zers says:

      I almost voted for Ross Perot when he was trying to stop NAFTA. I didn’t think he could win. This time I knew we had a winner in VSGPOTUS Trump. I think the country had had enough by this point to make it more likely to really support an outsider.

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      • Zephyrbreeze says:

        I voted for Ross Perot. The only one in my family to do so, to much laughter, ridicule and snide remarks. My first vote was for Reagan. My second, for Ross Perot.

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        • yy4u says:

          I didn’t vote for Ross Perot and time has shown that I, not you, Zephyrbreeze was the idiot. Had Ross done what President Trump did and run for the Republican nomination, it is possible he would have taken out H. W. the way VSGPDJT took out Jeb! and we would have been spared Bill Clinton, George W. Bush and Barack Obama. America wouldn’t have had to be made great again, it never would have slid into the sewer as it did under Bush-Clinton-Bush-Obama. You were smarter than I. I didn’t catch on until 2015 but I did catch on and NOTHING will make me vote for another establishment Republican again once President Trump is out of office.

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          • Hebo Sabe says:

            Ross would likely have failed on the deep state swamp cleanout and they likely would have taken him out or worn him down. It has worked out perfectly. Had ()vomit not made it in then we would still be frogs stagnating in an increasingly hot water. ()vomit moved too fast and gave the patriots a doorway into the mess.

            And the mess is being drained.

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            • Pale rider says:

              We can all speculate on the alignment of the planets (and actually there was a big deal about that when Obama was to be anointed) my take is 1) Trump planned this years ago and is a genius. 2) Hillary could have been anointed but she was dangerous to the rulers that be. She would have ‘cleaned house’ like a cartel takeover and that would not stand, so she was tanked. I believe President Trump knew it and had her number. The mistake was Trump was supposed to bow out quickly. They underestimated him in that regard.
              Speculation, I admit.

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        • annieoakley says:

          I didn’t like HW Bush at all, so I voted for Ross Perot. He made sense with his business approach. Clinton was (maybe) worse than HW. I wasn’t sure about President Trump but when he promised to close the border, I was convinced.

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        • GB Bari says:

          I toyed with the idea of voting for Perot. My father and sister did ultimately vote for him. But I sensed that Peroty wasn’t in it to win it, and that turned out to be true. He simply put Clinton into the oval office by pulling votes away from Bush – and I believe that was Perot’s primary goal because it was well know there was friction between those two.

          Had Perot stayed out in 92, Bush Sr. would have won and the entire cycle would have changed with a new Republican candidate in ’96.

          Would that have been Bush Jr or someone else? Would 9/11 have happened in 2001 (would Bush Sr have captured Bin Laden instead of letting him escape capture as Clinton did?)? Would the financial crisis have occurred on or before ’08 or would a Republican Congress have told Barney Frank to go pound sand and reigned in both Fannie and Freddie?

          But I digress….
          Perot was prescient in his warnings about NAFTA but he had a lot of other baggage and was basically a one-tune singer. Ross also did not have the international recognition and name recognition at that time that Donald Trump had by 2016.

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          • Your Tour Guide says:

            The thing that made me vote against Perot was doing
            a little digging into where his investments were. Decided
            that he’d hang onto his wealth better if he left everything
            exactly the way as it was, tax code wise. Liked his verbage,
            but where his mouth was and where his money was were
            2 different things. And it didn’t give me a good feeling.

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        • willthesuevi says:

          Zephyr,

          I too voted for President Ronald Reagan and Ross Perot during President GHW Bush’s second run for President.

          I was all aboard for Mr. Perot. Everything but his direct Democracy thing. But, I didn’t think that was going to get done constitutionally anyway. I think he would have been a very good President, but no where as effective as President Trump. Different time.

          I read President GHW Bush’s lips and he lied to me. No way was I going to vote for him again. Lie to me once, shame on you; lie to me twice, shame on me.

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  3. Patrick Healy says:

    Yes a wonderful speech. I know envy is one of the seven deadly sins, but I hope our Saviour can forgive me for envying you yanks for having such a wonderful leader.
    Can I recommend a great take on your president over at Breitbart london, where James Delingpole writes this speech up.

    Liked by 3 people

  4. sunnydaze says:

    Is there a livestream of Davos? FBN was showing it but Cavuto cut out.

    I could care less about the impeachment sham.

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    • swissik says:

      I too was looking for a live stream. Does anybody know if Sommaruga (Swiss Pres.) spoke in English? It was rumored in Switzerland that she would purposely not do so because she doesn’t like President Trump. I had no sound while she spoke to the president so was unable to tell.

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  5. namberak says:

    Reading this it strikes one that PDJT is so intimated by Pencil Neck and Fat Jerry that he left town for some R&R in Switzerland. 🙂

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  6. TreeClimber says:

    Quite aside from Chao being in China’s pocket, why take the Secretary of Transportation along?

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  7. YY4U says:

    Impressive speech, impressive president. Imagine what his poll numbers would be if we had a news media instead of the Democrats’ propagandists.

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  8. MaineCoon says:

    Like

  9. MaineCoon says:

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  10. trialbytruth says:

    Man o man

    Trump just took the wind out of the sails of comunnist and socialosts world wide.

    He kept refocusing on the power and potential of the individual. He specifically talked of his success in getting actual movement in income inequalities. He spoke in terms that resonates with workers, workers wages going up faster then managers.

    While he stole the thunder from the wage inequality crowd he stepped on the neck of eco tyrants of yesterday and today and painted a picture of the Nirvana that awaits as we apply the new ideas and advances of the short term future.

    This speech was for France and Italy Spain and Greece, It was not theoretical, Trump has already show how it can work, unlike the false promises of the communists and socialists. It was a gentle sirens call to throw off your tyrants become your future.

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  11. MfM says:

    A lot of Trump’s message was directly a dig at Greta and her ilk. He, like many people is old enough to remember all the doomsday predictions. Populations exploding, mass starvation, water rising, ice age, global warming, etc, etc. etc.

    Then there was lots of mentions of the improvements to the workers in the US. If he/they are called on it, he’s got his big guns there that can spout numbers and programs right back at people.

    This speech was Trump going on the offensive, and almost daring people to call him on stuff.

    Liked by 1 person

  12. MaineCoon says:

    Like

  13. MaineCoon says:

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  14. President keep your chin up,
    we stand with you,
    You and supporter. Together fight harder against corrupt porpaganda Democrat,
    Winning 2020 president,

    Liked by 1 person

  15. MaineCoon says:

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  16. MaineCoon says:

    Pure evil man.

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    • konradwp1 says:

      So good to see Soros chaining himself to the mast of the SS Global Warming, right when the scam is sinking. It hit the iceberg of truth in 2009, and with so much socialist baggage in the hold, no amount of frantic pumping can keep it afloat.

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  17. rashomon says:

    This is not Campaigner Trump, nor Rally Trump, nor Press Conference Trump. This is CEO Trump, elected to the highest office in the world, responsible for modeling a successful way of governing that can benefit all nations worldwide and celebrating the differences that make each sovereign a unique contributor to the long term health of our globe to the benefit of each individual effort.

    What a presentation, backed by three years of setting goals and keeping promises.

    As Sundance suggests, our country and PDJT have many confrontations and many challenges ahead to bring all into more successful relationships benefiting every nook and cranny around the globe. It’s a highly complicated political system that often, usually, ignores the individual. But opportunities are much greater under the transparency now afforded under this administration as it attempts to forge new contracts around the world.

    Responsibility and respect remain key to every nation upholding its tole in the larger stage play.

    Personally, I remember my grandparents supporting efforts to replant the trees destroyed during the WWII bombings around the world. In the 1970s, another effort was made to restore the forests of SW Asia destroyed by Agent Orange. Today, SE Asia, the rain forests and massive areas around the world have been devastated by corporations to produced short-term crops vs. the old forests that use carbon dioxide to grow deep roots, protecting the soil and its home to all the critical species benefiting our world that scientists such as E. O. Wilson, the ant guy, have identified.

    Plant some trees. Big ones. Long lasting ones that drive deep roots.

    Liked by 3 people

  18. InAz says:

    I read that world leaders ignored Ivanka Trump and others. Ivanka Trump was being belittled by foreign press.
    Also President Trump received very little applause after his speech and he was belittled in foreign press.

    These Commie world leaders are acting like the Communists they are……being petty, ridiculing, etc. Makes me wonder if these Commies were told President Trump will be removed from office.

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    • bruzedorange says:

      Yeah, but the citizens of these countries will read Trump’s words and begin to ask, “Why not here? Why not us?”

      PDJT is seeding the revolt in Europe–and it’ll be real grass, not astroturf!

      Liked by 2 people

  19. G. Alistar says:

    Some great Americans here which deserve the gratitude of all citizens of these United States of America 🇺🇸
    1. The Honorable Steven Mnuchin, Secretary of the Treasury (Lead)
    2. The Honorable Wilbur Ross, Secretary of Commerce
    3. The Honorable Eugene Scalia, Secretary of Labor
    4. The Honorable Elaine Chao, Secretary of Transportation
    5. The Honorable Robert Lighthizer, United States Trade Representative
    6. The Honorable Keith Krach, Under Secretary for Growth, Energy and the Environment, Department of State
    What a brilliant team….

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