President Trump Delivers Remarks Following Impeachment Acquittal – 12:00pm ET Livestream…

President Trump announced yesterday he would be delivering remarks from the White House today discussing the conclusion of the House impeachment effort.  The anticipated start time is Noon today.

UPDATE: Video Added

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863 Responses to President Trump Delivers Remarks Following Impeachment Acquittal – 12:00pm ET Livestream…

  1. TradeBait says:

    First, there must be recognition of sin. Then confession of sin. Then the transgressor goes to the person sinned against to ask forgiveness of sin. There is no requirement that the sin must be forgiven, only that the transgressor is to repent and to “go and sin no more.”

    Nanner has failed with the very first requirement – recognition that she sinned against PDT, his family, and this nation. In fact, she denies that she has done so. She now deserves the scorn she is receiving and will have to answer for her disobedience after her last breath unless she repents and does has Jesus commanded. It’s not optional.

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    • P says:

      TradeBait, there are, however, consequences if we don’t forgive.

      Matthew 6:14 “For if ye do forgive men their trespasses, your heavenly Father will also forgive you. 15 But if ye do not forgive men their trespasses, no more will your Father forgive you your trespasses.”

      It is very difficult at times to forgive. I think it’s easier when the trespass is against yourself alone, but when a trespass is committed against a loved one, that’s when I find it very hard to forgive the trespasser.

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  2. This video on Cspan is much better I think because they show the audience when he is talking and thanking people:

    Liked by 9 people

    • topavalley says:

      Thank you for this link. I watched it twice, but I often found myself wanting to see the audience reaction.
      So many stalwarts who fought for President Trump and the USA!

      I guess I will get to watch it again!!!


    • hawkins6 says:

      Thanks very much for the recommended link. It’s always best at a Trump event if you can see the audience’s reaction etc.

      I watched the beginning of the prayer breakfast video on the WH site and it showed a surprised and clearly angry President Trump react to the announcement that Speaker Pelosi will now give a speech, It was a boiler plate phony speech about lack of freedom in China. The guest speaker “social scientist” Dr. Arthur Brooks gave the President and the rest a lecture on “loving your enemy…etc” which was very inappropriate at the time. The President’s patience was certainly tested at that event.

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  3. Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

    Fully expect the talking heads on the nightly news shows to go bonkers over today’s gathering of eagles at the White House. They will find some reason why it was inappropriate or unethical or some such nonsense. They will complain with their usual righteous indignation about the president gloating and cussing. Like presidents have never used swear words in the White House before?
    It will be amusing to read later on how the progressive propagandists spin today’s news. Don’t intend to watch the Networks as will leave that dirty work to others with stronger stomachs. One thing is for sure; the criminal journ0lists will find a way to celebrate Speaker Pelosi and denigrate President Trump.

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  4. WIVoter says:

    I suppose I hope in vain for President Trump to pardon Paul Manafort, Michael Flynn and Roger Stone. President Trump may talk about lives being ruined the last 3 years but when he has it in his power to help some of these people whose lives have been ruined he sits on his pardon pen and doesn’t do a thing.

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    • hawkins6 says:

      Flynn’s case is still pending and in Sidney’s good hands and he only recently made a plea of Not Guilty. Manafort unfortunately was guilty of unrelated tax evasion and Roger Stone is still free with more to come.

      When Trump is re-elected, it will definitely be time to pardon if not earlier if the crooked elements still in the DOJ try to throw Flynn or Stone in jail.


    • Ollie says:

      I believe he will pardon them in his second term when we have the house and senate


  5. Troublemaker10 says:

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  6. I finally got to watch the whole thing; I loved it. He so deserved that standing ovation when he walked in. I love his sense of humor; it was really great to watch.

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    • Amy2 says:

      I watched it twice. Nan was complaining about his subject matter at the prayer breakfast, but that was less than 24 hours after being exonerated. He should have a couple days to say whatever he wants after all he has been through. I think the audience at both venues understood that. (That said, I would have liked to see each of his defense team acknowledged by name! They rocked it.)

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  7. amwick says:

    This is for Karen..

    Liked by 4 people

  8. Troublemaker10 says:

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  9. Brant says:

    Talking with dad just now about Carvel. Don’t you know Carvel wishes he was 30-40 years younger. Of course Carvel was all lies, but his methods were effective against a no push back GOP. He is watching Trump probably with some admiration.

    He will watch this election season with fascination.


  10. Jordan will replace Collins as top R on the Judiciary committee. Don’t know if it was already posted but here it is:

    PDJT gave Jordan and Collins strong accolades for their work in Congress. I am sure he knew of the change beforehand.


  11. Lion2017 says:

    What President Trump & the 1st Family have had to endure. My heart broke when he apologized to his family. I love them all! There better be justice for this coup.

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  12. Chuckle head Bret Baier on Fox was complaining that having this in the East Room was somehow inappropriate. Fox News is literally injecting any President Trump coverage with deference to Democrats so they can get interviews with their pathetic candidates during this election season.


  13. Paul Gallant says:

    It was amazing to watch and I watched it twice.

    When people are real.

    It was as intimate as it gets. It was like you personally know these people.

    This is an amazing time in world history.

    Anyone else curious why know mention of Lindsey Graham the Chair of the Senate Committee on the Judiciary? I don’t think he was even there?

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  14. Johnny Dollar says:

    I love it when he said the KC Chief’s were coming to the White House. And they all wanted to come!! Let it happen!!


    • hawkins6 says:

      Coach Reid was asked if he would go the WH soon after the game was over and he replied without hesitation that he will and it is a great honor.


  15. Steele81 says:

    I watched both the prayer breakfast and the Warrior Celebration. It broke my heart to hear our President Trump’s voice quiver when he talked at the breakfast about how much pain his family had endured. At the WC he was right back to happy warrior mode. What an amazing person and president. God please continue to bless him. And us.

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    • TPW says:

      Yes I noticed it as well. He does a thing with sticking his tongue out…only certain speeches or talks . Dont know if it has to do with anger or sadness.


  16. hawkins6 says:

    President Trump deserved some celebratory payback and his loyal supporters deserved to be glowingly praised by him. It was an excellent, heartfelt talk/ speech that his supporters will greatly enjoy.

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  17. jello333 says:

    Okay, lots of good stuff in this video. The introductions and the humor was SO much fun. But the MOST IMPORTANT moments were when Trump said — almost explicitly a couple times — that we’re about to see justice, retribution for what’s been done. This is the most confident I’ve been in a long time that things are finally about to happen.


  18. President Trump declared victory on Thursday, a day after being acquitted by the Senate on two articles of impeachment, and lashed out at his political opponents in lengthy extemporaneous remarks.


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