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.

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

  1. Ernie Hemway says:

    In a world of pretentiousness with folks starved for authenticity, Trump is the real deal, like it or not. He is clarity in his own way. At times cringeworthy, but refreshing.

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    • John Allan Wilson says:

      No cringes here. President Trump has grown mightily in office and was generous passing the plaudits out to the deserving souls who won his impeachment. President Trump is the first honest president in our generation and he is keeping his word to the American People.

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      • mostlyogauge says:

        Totally agree, JohnAW, no cringes here either. President Trump keeps his word and he fights back. This is what fighting back looks like. I don’t care who doesn’t like it. We have not had a President like this in my lifetime, and I’ve been around since Eisenhower. Trump 2020!!

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        • CNN_sucks says:

          Wow. US WW2 who serves this country are the best generations.

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          • X XYZ says:

            No. Those of us who were born before 1960 and were raised in conservative households have a different attitude on life. Yes, that was often instilled in us by those men in our families who lived through war and saw battle.

            Trump never went to war. Neither did Rush Limbaugh. Neither did I. Neither did many others who are stalwart conservatives.

            John McCain went to war. So did King George Bush I. So Did JFK. So did some other presidents, as did many others, including politicians. So did John Kerry (?) How about “Da Nang Dick” Blumenthal?

            John McCain: “Ready! Fire! Aim!!!” I’m a war hero! My father was an admiral! That makes me qualified! I’m entitled to be president now!

            Did going to war make those men paragons of virtue? What is it that makes a man? Only military service? Think about it…

            Ask Mr. ButteyJudge about his military service from his having had desk job there. My, how impressive. It looks nice on a resume…

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    • I never find him cringeworthy. The ‘worst’ instance anyone can mention regarding Trump is when he JOKINGLY responded in what he was led to think was a PRIVATE convo to Billy Bush’s prodding with “…they’ll let you do anything — grab ’em by the pussy”. Now, I ask you: What male (or female either, for that matter) has not joked in PRIVATE conversations amongst their gender peers about sexual proclivities or playfulness? (as a JOKE, mind you)

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      • Bob Lynch says:

        He was also describing female groupies who were coming on to him. He never said anything about sexually assaulting these groupies.

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        • GB Bari says:

          EXACTLY! Darn few people EVER get that story accurate when the Lame Stream Media tries to “gotcha” any Republican about the President’s hot mic private remarks.

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      • TPW says:

        The absolute worst lie the media put out about PT was Charlottesville. Fox participated big time, Remember all the cry babies soooo hurt including the little house on the praire….fake.

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  2. bosscook says:

    One of the many things I love about our incredible POTUS is his humor. I laugh constantly! The left is so devoid of humor, and anything light. Dour, depressed, and dark. The contrast isn’t lost on normal Americans. Being able to laugh at his opponents (and himself at times) is what draws so many to DJT.

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  3. wxobserver says:

    I don’t know if it’s just me, but I don’t think I’ve ever seen DJT so relaxed and joyful as he was today in this celebration. It’s maybe an indication that a great deal of stress has been removed.

    Enjoy it, President Trump, you earned it!!!

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    • vikingmom says:

      I think he has been holding it all in for so long – today he knows that he won and he was able to finally relax and cut loose!! Total contrast to Nancy’s finger wagging presser after the prayer breakfast – she looked like she was about to collapse!

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      • delighteddeplorable says:

        We can hope for collapse! 😉

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      • Issy says:

        Nancie was a little breathless to get all of her vitriol out to the adoring reporters. They treat her so delicately.

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        • Tl Howard says:

          They fear her. She IS evil, as POTUS said.

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          • vikingmom says:

            I don’t think they fear her – I think most of the reporters agree with her and think that she is “speaking truth to power” or some such “bullsh*t” (to borrow the President’s perfect description). They won’t question her about anything because they don’t WANT to know the answers!

            One of my all time favorite quotes is from William Wilberforce: “You may choose to look the other way but you can never say again that you did not know.”

            He was specifically referring to the slave trade in England but his words are applicable in SO many situations, including this impeachment sham. The reporters are well aware that their side lied and cheated but if they are still trying to keep that news from the American public because once it gets out their whole post Modernist socialist “dream” collapses and they know it!

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      • viking mom- I heard a bit of Michael Savage’s podcast where he claims that Nasty has a serious medical condition known as Tardive Dyskinesia. After reading the symptoms and his explanation, I think that’s a spot on diagnosis.

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        • erm9164 says:

          Quite possible.She most likely has been on psychotropic medications for a long time now,and the symptoms are becoming more and more apparent t.

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        • Pale rider says:

          Tardive dyskinesia is from taking medications for mental illness, very harsh medication for prolonged periods. These medications are for extreme mental disorders, psychotic people. People that hear voices and such. Meaning the side effect is better than the illness.
          I hope she does not have that diagnosis and if she does it is masked with something else. Usually, it is very obvious because it is totally involuntary. But, after hearing the pharmacist who provides medications to congress talking about all the medications they send them, I would not be surprised. It would be a good fit for congress if she is psychotic.
          ‘If’ she is psychotic, we ain’t seen nothing yet. She will end up in a corner somewhere in a puddle of her own drool probably naked. For some reason the clothes have to go when they snap.
          I now understand by Trump is always referring to himself as a stable genius, they are all truly crazy in D.C.

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          • Redzone says:

            Don’t talk like that or Katie Hill is going to come out from hiding to reel in her good pal Nancy to a new throuple.

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          • Pale Rider- you are so right. True sobriety is very rare these days.

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          • You’re correct, in that MOST often it’s anti-psychotic medications such as Neuroleptics, taken over long periods of time, which cause Tardive Dyskinesia. However Reglan, used for GI problems such as gastroparesis and heartburn, can cause Tardive Dyskinesia in as few as 4-12 weeks.

            It seems more likely that Pelosi was taking medication for a more mundane reason and that she’s neither schizophrenic or bi-polar. People are still able to function even with a severe mental illness, but as much as I dislike the woman, I tend to believe she simply was on the wrong end of a prescription medication which held unanticipated side effects. Sadly, for those afflicted, Tardive Dyskinesia is an incurable and permanent condition.

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        • gabytango says:

          Wow, just googled it and it does explain how during the SOTU she seemed to be chewing everything inside her mouth the entire time! It was disturbing.

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          • gaby- Savage made an excellent point that she should be removed from office for this illness because she is third in line for the Presidency and she clearly is very ill.

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          • Ljh says:

            I thought she was swallowing tacks!

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          • X XYZ says:

            Never ascribe to mental illness that which can be explained by ill-fitting dentures. It’s the land of ‘suck-and-click’.

            It’s been said that you can tell how wealthy a person is by the condition of their teeth and what their level of their dental care is.

            BTW, has anyone ever noticed little Mike Bllomberg’s little teeth? They are brown and rotting. Maybe he isn’t worth as much as we think he is? No, little Mikey probably is just afraid to go to a dentist. Wealthy little putz…

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            • Nancy Pelosi is not plagued with “ill-fitting dentures.” She is an almost 80 year old woman who still retains her full natural dentition. It’s apparent there are several crowns, on both her top and bottom teeth, but there are hundreds of pictures of Pelosi in the public domain which show Pelosi doesn’t wear any sort of removable prosthodontic appliance.

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              • X XYZ says:

                Are you Nancy’s dentist?
                Assuming that you are not, you cannot claim such specifics about the condition of her teeth with certainty.

                But the observable suck & click sounds are the telltale sign of a slipping denture.

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        • Peppurr says:

          I just looked it up. Sounds right to me.

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      • FrankieZee says:

        How would you feel, knowing that a majority of Republicans are RINOS. He probably wasn’t real sure what the outcome would be until after the vote. That is why he did what he did today, thanking all of those who went out on the limb and supported and fought for him. Now comes the day of RECKONING.

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      • Peppurr says:

        Every time I see that scrawny wagging finger of hers, I want to knock it off.

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    • Roger Duroid says:

      You bet, no matter what mitch may have said, I wouldn’t have been surprised if mitch did a brutus on him. They are all like romney, just some of them too afraid to do it. Romney has $$$$ and doesn’t need more like all the others.

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    • HerbyGal says:

      He’s angry, though. You can tell. I could tell at the SOTU. That’s good.

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    • theoldgoat says:

      I think that President Trump stood strong in part because he has a base that is right with him. I don’t think he would give up a fight, necessarily, but knowing he has the support of a growing number of people is vindication of it’s own accord.
      I think he knows this is blowing up in the left’s faces, and any ridicule they get is duly earned.
      Trump has been through the gauntlet and while I have no doubt they will try again, they have nothing else, nothing could more satisfying as having taken their worst and come out with higher numbers than before. The left might hold back for fear of having POTUS pass 60% approval while their numbers sink further.

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  4. Ellis says:

    Contrast that speech with the vile Pelosi’s presser earlier. You want vindictive?!?

    She looked like a strung out lunatic who had not slept in days. The president was calm and had the demeanor of a leader.

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  5. trapper says:

    So many people analogize politics to the wrong things. From civilized debating societies, to policy think tanks, to war, politics is like none of those. And although we may use military or war language when creating the metaphors, politics is in fact most like business.

    Business leaders don’t accommodate the businesses they have vanquished; they aren’t magnanimous in victory; they don’t leave room for the defeated to save face. If anyone doubts that, just look in the basement at that dusty box containing beta max tapes, audio cassettes, Polaroid cameras, Kodak Instamatic, Princess phone, Underwood typewriter, … you get the picture.

    Politics ain’t beanbag, and there are no rules. So in politics as in business but using a military metaphor, today President Donald J Trump shot the prisoners, bayoneted the wounded, and praised his triumphant team, just as any businessman does after he puts his competitor out of business.

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    • flatlandgoober says:

      The prisoners and wounded are still walking free without further injuries. Other than President Trump taking a well-earned victory lap, what has changed about this treasonous coup?

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    • I believe Trump is an individualist phemom that brought his innate qualities to business and politics. The vast majority of “businessman” likely to enter politics are managerial corporatists. They are the opposite of Trump. They believe everything can be planned and directed by experts. They favor only change that they can control on a current trajectory. The believe public relations controls the public. They resist competion and seek out monopolies and advantage through Big Government. Such a one is Mike Bloomberg, Willard Romney, and from the not too distant past Nelson Rockefeller, George Romney. The individualist, non-corporatist, non managerial “businessman”, suited for politics in a mass democracy, is a very rare speciman.

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      • theoldgoat says:

        Sounds like you are referring to Bloomberg, AKA Mini Mike, and we have all seen far too many businesses run exactly like that. President Trump took risks, many times big risks that didn’t go so well, but he learned from those times. Bloomberg is a success, but I doubt he has been a risk taker about anything. Even with this run he is figuring on buying the election, not winning it.

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    • I believe Trump is an individualist phemom that brought his innate qualities to business and politics. The vast majority of “businessman” likely to enter politics are managerial corporatists. They are the opposite of Trump. They believe everything can be planned and directed by experts. They favor only change that they can control on a current trajectory. The believe public relations controls the public. They resist competion and seek out monopolies and advantage through Big Government. Such a one is Mike Bloomberg, Willard Romney, and from the not too distant past Nelson Rockefeller, George Romney. The individualist, non-corporatist, non managerial “businessman”, suited for politics in a mass democracy, is a very rare speciman.

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      • TarsTarkas says:

        He comes from a construction background, not a corporate bureaucratic background. If he doesn’t get the job done, or done right, he doesn’t get a golden parachute, he loses money. Sometimes to the point of bankruptcy. That’s why his attitude towards managing and running the government is so different from a Tillerson. He’s an operator, not a manager.

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      • LULU says:

        sb, I agree. I worked in that corporate world. The world where the last resort is to call in a management company to divine how the company can perform better, to figure out why it is dysfunctional, whatever.

        Trump is an original in our time.

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    • Pale rider says:

      There is one thing that has kept us in line for over 200 years and it WAS the constitution. Those were the rules of war or business however you want to describe it. There was never to be a ‘vanquished’ party it was diverse in theory or thought but held by rules that would keep America and Americans together, we are all family.
      But, democrats want to Change that with socialism or communism basically changing the rules to fit a total winner or loser.
      So if we wish to continue as a country, the constitution must be followed. If we wish to gain victory at all costs we lose everything. And therein lies the reason behind the democrats push. Once we are destroyed it will be globalist ruled.
      It will happen, bible says so.
      This country is a very precious gift, enjoy it.

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  6. Ray says:

    Nancy also spoke and of course said he was lying for instance its Obamas polcies that are making it boom.

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    • Greg1 says:

      She actually SAID that?!?

      Wow!

      A poll awhile back had even democrats with a low belief that the economy is due to Obama.

      Trump reversed a bunch of O’s policies along the way to implementing his own. One of his finance guys replied, when Trump asked how to improve the economy, “do everything the opposite of Obama”.

      And Trump did.

      Give God the glory on the economy. I believe he used Trump to do it.

      What a contrast between Trump and Obama.

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    • Bigbadmike says:

      He blamed the Bush Administration for his failed economy for all 8 years he was in office and will take credit for the Trump Boom for all 8 years of the Trump Administration.

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    • Libertybella says:

      A coworker of my hates Trump and said the same thing…that the current economic boom was due to Obama’s policies…not Trump’s…she is very new to our office and I don;t want to offend her…so I didn’t say too much…but I did mention his stand against China and the USMCA deal….but it seems the dems are trying to take credit…damn them.

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    • theoldgoat says:

      Ideologues blind themselves to the truth. Il Duce Pelosi cannot accept that Obama was no different than Jimmy Carter with the economy. Fortunately more people are seeing that this economy isn’t a delayed reaction to Obama’s dreadful terms in office. Had Obama helped the economy it would have shown up at some point in the second term if it was delayed. Obama even stated the malaise was something we should get used to, as it was the new norm.
      POTUS certainly put lie to that along with most things Obama did.

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      • suicdeclutch63 says:

        I was 12 when Carter was elected and didn’t pay much attention to politics but as a teenager you could feel the difference in the country after Regan was elected. It was everywhere, the economy, that was a change in people’s attitudes, I thought I noticed a difference in popular culture but maybe it was just the people around me. I have thought for a while that the last four years of the Obama presidency reminded me of how things felt during the years of Carter and I have been waiting for the country to move back towards the right from the years of craziness. That hasn’t happened, mostly because we are more divided now but I also believe that we are less divided than we are being led to believe. The media and a very vocal minority on the two coasts are skewing what I think is a large migration away from the left and towards Trump and the face of the Republican party. Maybe it isn’t even the Republican party anymore, maybe we are becomming something else, which I am fine with.

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      • cjzak says:

        Yep. The economy was trying to move after the recession but Obama’s policies were a roadblock and businesses held their money close to the vest because of it. Investment and production were slowed. Once PT was elected the financial binds came off and things took off. So easy to see if one bothers to look.

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    • Jederman says:

      So glad she filled us in on how successful tax increases, out of control regulations and crony capitalism were. How could we possibly forget those good old days. Umm hmm.

      Yes, he was a great original thinker, a great athlete and a real deal workaholic with tons of gravitas (who can forget the obama pimp strut and limp wrist) who just loved this country to pieces.

      Most of all, you could always count on him to tell the truth. That’s just the kind of huckster he was/is.

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  7. paper doll says:

    PT is amazing! 😍

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  8. MVW says:

    I wanted Trump to run to fix the mess our country was in, but I did not expect, had no idea the demons he would have to deal with. Our debt to him and his family is unfathomable for taking on this hell.
    It could easily be added to the great tasks of Hercules, perhaps a combination of the hydra and cleaning the stables….
    Thank you President Trump and family.

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  9. Reserved55 says:

    Pickled Pelosi

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    • delighteddeplorable says:

      Psssst Pelousi – acquittals have consequences.

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    • Publius2016 says:

      delusional! The man spoke abput all the WONDERFUL THINGS and you Speaker LIE!

      We saw the tears of the SoTu…You were caught red handed…Guests included 100 year old General and Great Grandson who aspires to be an Astronaut and a little baby girl born too soon but LOVED BY HER MOTHER!

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    • Tl Howard says:

      She hasn’t learned that she lost the other night and she should shut up if she wishes to cut her losses.

      I love that she’s doubling down. The American people see her for what she is, bat shyt crazy, incensed that her power is slipping away

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      • Issy says:

        I think she handled Trump pretty well for a while. She bore a bemused contempt for his actions and kept her composure pretty well. She mostly kept the talking points to his wrong policies and how hers were better.

        Then something changed suddenly in the Fall. It may have been a combination of his successes, a weak democrat field running for President, but I think there was something pivotal that tipped her over to this ridiculous impeachment coup.

        Nevertheless, she has gone bonkers, and Trump has, as he has done to many others, exposed her for what she really is. That’s being not really very smart and more than a little deranged.

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        • Tl Howard says:

          I think she became increasingly nervous about her left flank.

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        • LouisianaTeaRose says:

          Rudy in Ukraine.

          She may be worried about her colleagues and allies.

          BUT SHE IS TERRIFIED OVER HER SON, PAUL.

          Paul and Burisma. Bad juju.

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          • John Bosley says:

            Yep.
            It is very interesting how she earns only a couple of hundred thousand dollars a year as a politician but has managed to parlay that into a worth of $ 236 MILLION DOLLARS.
            That’s roughly 1/4 of a BILLION DOLLARS, think about that.
            Something smells and it ain’t San Frans sidewalks.

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            • LouisianaTeaRose says:

              Hubster Paul is rich, global finance/business/family vineyard, all the ingredients a poor lil’ speaker needs to get by….

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        • StanH says:

          The investigations into the coup turned into a criminal investigation. Many of these investigations will lead right back to Nancy’s doorstep. She panics realizing what’s coming and now with her Fauxpeachment any move by Barr/Durham will be painted as political retribution, gleefully echoed by the MSM as they are culpable as well. It’s the only play they have as they are all guilty as sin.

          My two cents worth.

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        • margarite1 says:

          Read an article that said when POTUS mentioned “Crowdstrike” when referencing what needs to be investigated by Ukraine – that’s when she went ballistic – within hours of learning that.

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          • Issy says:

            I think I remember some mention of this being a real problem for the democrats. I haven’t heard anything since the very beginning of all this carrying on about the phone the phone call. I’m pretty sure no one has mentioned it since.

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        • theoldgoat says:

          Crowdstrike put the fear of the Moon God into the Democrats and Pelosi.
          I wouldn’t discount being ordered to cover for Duh One either.
          Nor would I discount dementia setting in with her.

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    • FPCHmom says:

      What Nancy really said (watch with sound on for maximum LOL)

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    • jimboct says:

      I know our VSGPDJT carries a few extra pounds around the midsection but does Nancy “Ahab” Pelosi really see a White Whale? Maybe Starbuck should take away the rum and lock up Captain Ahab in her cabin until the next congress is seated….

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    • I do hope that Mitt Romney was watching and realized that THIS is the side he voted with.

      The crackpot, crazylady side.

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  10. Nick the Deplorable says:

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  11. warrprin1 says:

    Bob Casey is one of my two U.S. Senators. Like the 🌠 of our annual Groundhog Day event, Casey pops out of his hidey-hole about once a year to make some blithering pronouncement. He is lazy in both thought and deed. The only reason he’s a U.S. Senator is because his father was PA Gov and the Casey name is easily recognized. Our other Senator is an insufferable RINO, but at least Mitch didn’t allow him to cross-over on the Vote yesterday.

    Turn PA RED again.

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    • I Can’t stand that little weasel Casey. I was very active in the Catholic pro-life movement in law school and met and heard his father ably defend the pro life cause. His son has totally betrayed that legacy.

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    • rozelave says:

      empty suit bobby casey?

      this guy has been a senator for years yet has no accomplishments. He claimed to be pro-life but when the Terry Schiavo controversy was happening, empty suit bobby had his spokesperson tell the press bobby was on vacation and would not be able to be reached for a month.

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  12. Rich Gorman says:

    I heard this ( memory ) …. ” they ( small group plotters ) tried to overthrow the government of the United States ” …..
    And. ( pointing at AG Barr ) – ” I have some good people looking at it ” …
    ” WE SHALL SEE WHAT HAPPENS “.

    VERY ENCOURAGING WORDS.

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    • StanH says:

      I agree. The president knows what we know and then some. He is awesome at keeping his cards close to the vest. Like you say we’ll see.

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    • FrankieZee says:

      Tried to overthrow the government of the United States. Those are some very powerful words he just said for the world to hear on national TV. A lot of people staining their underwear in DC after hearing that.

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  13. rustybritches says:

    Polosi presser this morning was plain disgusting and she should really not go into all the things she says that Obama did right He did nothing right, This country was going down hill very quickly when he took over and yes, he saved the car companies but guess what He gave Chrisler away and GM said they were not paying back the last 10 billion and he did nothing to get that money returned He gave so much money to the solar companies and they failed 5 min later of course he got a big kick back and when she talks about President Trump taking the Insurance away from people she is lying again. He did away with the MANDATE THAT KEPT PEOPLE TIED TO THAT DAM INSURENCE WHICH by the way is still around and she can lie all she wants but when she says that Obama created 14 million jobs that a lie too He created nothing and told business owners if they had a business they didn’t create that..
    Obama made sure that business that was small never could hire any more than 50 people because most of them couldn’t afford to pay for insurance
    She also forgets that this country had a wonderful insurance and care before they pushed threw the Obama care… He couldn’t talk with out the teleprompter and all he did was talk in riddles and say nothing by the time he got finished you had to wonder what the heck he was talking about
    Obama is and was the biggest Traitor this country ever had the misfortune of having as President I hated him then and hate him more now and I am thankful today for the Trump family and all he says and does is ok with me, I feel sorry for anyone who does not like what he says
    He says things from his heart and why should he not be angary at all the injustice of what has been done to him and his family…
    God bless Our wonderful President and his family..

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    • Tl Howard says:

      He printed money how many, 3, times????

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    • Mr e-man says:

      Well, it’s easy when you just double the deficit from $10 trillion to $20 trillion. Just spend away our future to prop up your economy under false circumstances. But you can’t spend money you don’t have forever. Obama handed Trump a huge credit card bill to overcome.

      All those new jobs, and things Obama claims are so good were all bought on credit and the next President would be stuck with the bill.

      Tax revenues are up with the tax cuts. The deficit is still bad because the Dems and R’s still want to buy more on the credit card to pay back their cronies. Spending got worse, albeit a lot for the military.

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    • Retired USMC says:

      He didn’t “give” Chrysler away….the krauts robbed it and sold it to Fiat, who has done the company very well. I’m no Obozo fan, but I do stay to the facts.

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  14. Reserved55 says:

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  15. 17CatsInTN says:

    I can’t believe I just sat through and listened to, basically, a presser where the President mostly introduced and thanked his entire team, a few politicos, his family and told a few jokes. That’s it. And I loved EVERY minute of it. I mean, really. Who DOES that and you ENJOY it–nay, LOVE it? Do we REALLY understand how incredibly blessed we are in this man?

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    • Raffaella says:

      Exactly the same here. I devoured every second of it and could not blink an eye. I loved it.

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    • LULU says:

      It wasn’t a presser. The press were apparently invited to cover it, but it was a warm, friendly, congratulatory thank you party for those who aided the President. We enjoyed it enormously. The President made his remarks very personal to each person he recognized. He was brilliant… And they loved it.

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    • strateshooter says:

      the thing that struck me …
      POTUS is not alone There was a lotta love in that room.
      People that care about him, know what he been put thru and know it is wrong.
      Love is always more powerful than hate.

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    • Skimo69 says:

      I feel the same way, which is why I can watch his rallies and never be bored even though topics are repeated from previous rallies. The man’s entertaining, speaks from the heart, speaks directly to the subject at hand and he can be damn funny. And, best of all, he informs. PDJT’s tweets are more informative than 99.9% of the media. I can’t watch other politicians without thinking of them as weasels compared to PDJT.

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      • X XYZ says:

        We watch him on the edge of our seats, spellbound, because we never know what he might say next. And we LOVE it!

        Charisma. Showmanship. Leadership. Simply IRRESISTIBLE!

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  16. sunnyflower5 says:

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    • Publius2016 says:

      x1000

      45 built a world of gold for his family and for many years now theyve been under siege…

      Thank you 45, Melania and family we pray for you and our Country

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  18. getfitnow says:

    Our president is totally fearless and so funny. I so enjoyed this celebratory conversation. I also got the impression that a couple times he wanted to say more about what’s going on re: investigations into this sham.

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  19. law4lifeblog says:

    How long until the Dems impeach PT – again!- for something he just said in his speech?

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  20. cboldt says:

    The speech is even better the second time you watch it.
    Give thanks to God for his blessings on all of us.

    Liked by 8 people

    • railer says:

      Thanks for the reminder. I was just thinking to myself that was one of the funnest hours I’ve spent recently, watching that event. I’m going to do it again.

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  21. sunnyflower5 says:

    He meant to say Pelosi and her press conference……

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    • MitchRyderDetroitWheels says:

      I would love to take a 2×4 upside the head of Harwood. He is one pathetic person. I am surprised he can speak since his lips were attached to Obama’s azz for 8 years.

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      • webgirlpdx says:

        He’s the guy that insinuated the other day that the senators that vote to acquit were mostly from Southern states. And you know what that means.

        Then he was called out for his bogus math and had to delete the tweet.

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    • RobInPA says:

      Harwood’s family ought to hide all of his ties, belts and shoelaces because I sense his immense sadness because PDJT is MAGA, and he may be close to the edge of taking drastic measures to put himself out of misery over the country’s success.

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  22. hokkoda says:

    Just catching up on the President’s talk today. He did a fantastic job. Super mellow. Said what he needed to. I loved the standing-O for Devin Nunes by the assembled team.

    His rundown of Coup Part 1 and Coup Part 2 was epic. I hope a lot of Americans take the time to watch this. Most won’t, but those that do will see a President ripping the coup in two, and treating his team and his people with extreme gratitude and grace.

    “…is a guy who ran one of the worst campaigns in the history of the Presidency…” – talking about Romney, of course.

    Man he just killed it today.

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  23. FPCHmom says:

    Julie Kelly asking the logical and important next question –

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  24. webgirlpdx says:

    Most of the people in that room have been at battle along side the President and all of us. What a great tribute to them — and I know for certain they will remain with him and us in these continued fights with evil.

    My gratitude to the President, his family and all these Patriots is beyond measure.

    Liked by 14 people

  25. jx says:

    Fox News radio reports “the president expressed no contrition”

    What is wrong with these people. Not just Fox, the large majority of media.

    Liked by 4 people

    • hillariousclinton says:

      Expressing contrition would imply you had done something wrong. Pelousy & Co. are the ones that should be expressing contrition and apologizing to the nation.

      Liked by 6 people

      • Bogeyfree says:

        All the more reason to go on the offensive. It is never going to stop until transparency, truth and justice prevails.

        AG Barr and Durham can see every document, can depose any person, can review every text, email and phone call. Have access to every call and travel record of these perpetrators. There is mountains of evidence that IMO shows this was a planned coup from the start.

        So, PT’s continued abuse and pain that he AND his family incur daily IMO continues to rest squarely at the feet of AG Barr.

        So the question is, how long must PT and his family suffer?

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    • sunnyflower5 says:

      The President apologized to his family for the hell they were put through by very evil people.

      There’s your contrition, Paul Ryan’s Fox News.

      Liked by 3 people

    • webgirlpdx says:

      Let me get this straight. A guy gets charged with Murder. Jury finds overwhelmingly not guilty. Yet he’s supposed to show ‘contrition” as in…….”Gee……I’m sorry I didn’t murder that guy”.

      Is Schumer still beating his wife?

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    • X XYZ says:

      Guilt mongering.

      Why do they do it? Because it often works. So they do it relentlessly, out of habit.

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  26. littleanniefannie says:

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  27. Bogeyfree says:

    The best part of this speech was him thanking his family for all they have endured. They didn’t sign up for this evil, this corruption, this coup but they have been by his side taking the hits just the same.

    I sometimes wonder if Barr and his family were taking the same evil and fraudulent shots that PT and his family are taking would he respond differently??

    I so hope this doesn’t turn out to be a sweeper case.

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  28. Summer says:

    I would like to take the opportunity to thank Leader Mitch McConnell for the great job he has done. He is hated by the left and he is hated by the right and he never gets a break. Say what you want but he…

    1) confirmed 191 judges (more to come); ⬅️ his legacy
    2) confirmed 2 Justices; ⬅️ his legacy
    3) stayed firmly with Trump during the Kavanaugh fight;
    4) forced Pelosi to deliver her articles and by doing so perhaps undermined the whole Lawfare scheme;
    5) stayed firmly with Trump during the impeachment trial.

    Without the Iron Turtle squeezing the squishy RINO behind the scenes we would’ve still be watching the Schiff show with “witnesses” and “more witnesses” and “even more witnesses”.

    So, let us say together with the President:

    THANK YOU MITCH.

    Liked by 16 people

    • Bogeyfree says:

      I do think Mitch did a good job holding the RINOS in check as best he could.

      I think the key was when the Democrat House Managers disparaged the Senate and SC Justice Roberts, that that is what brought back Collins, Murkowski and maybe a couple more.

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    • Jim says:

      I agree. You fight with the army you have and Mitch and the rest of the R Senators are what we have at the moment. So I am grateful for him getting almost everyone in line and grateful for all the acquittal votes. Regardless of some of the things that were said by some. As I always say in sports, “they don’t ask how, they ask how many”.

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    • Bill says:

      Yeah… But now President Trump owes Mitch. We’ll see how that plays out…

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      • starfcker says:

        It’ll play out fine. They’ve been working together for three years. Everyone knows what everyone else’s interests are. Success breeds success. Mitch knows he’s backing a winner. He may not like it all, but Trump knows how to cut a deal, and so does Mitch. Politics and business are transactional things. Consistency is more important than being in love with everything and everyone you have to deal with.

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      • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

        Dear lord……

        Even with victories.
        always a “BUT” with Republicans.

        I’ll chalk it up to
        Stockholm Syndrome after years of abuse.

        Like Trump said when he “complimented” the Democrats
        1) They always stick together
        and
        2) They are vicious

        Perhaps it’s time we learn from them.
        Thankfully POTUS has.

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        • X XYZ says:

          That was one of the best ‘takeaways’ of the event.
          I wish we could post that on a billboard just outside the entrance to congress, and especially the senate, too.

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    • Mr e-man says:

      Under # 2, I would add that he also vetoed a liberal Judge in Obamas final year.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Robert Smith says:

      I’m not a fan of Mitch, but it is very clear it is his Senate. Trump made that decision a while ago and decided to work with him as he can.

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  29. Zippy says:

    The DIM’s constituency:

    INSANE ASU Student Calls For The Murder Of All Republicans After Trump Acquitted

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    • Zippy says:

      Below that video:

      Police at Arizona State University said on Wednesday night that they are investigating a video involving threats, hours after a video went viral on Twitter that appears to show a man on ASU’s Tempe campus yelling, “Slash Republican throats!”

      “We are aware of a video circulating on social media where an individual appears to be making threats. We are working with the University to address the matter,” the department posted at 8:33 p.m.

      Just before 5:30 p.m., a Twitter account named “Students for Trump at ASU” posted a video of a man who appears to be on ASU’s Tempe campus screaming, “Slash his throat!” and “Slash Republican throats, slash fascist throats!”

      The account posted that the interaction happened on Wednesday while students from the group were interacting with the public at a table outside. The Senate on Wednesday acquitted President Donald Trump of two articles of impeachment over his dealings with Ukraine.

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      • Mr e-man says:

        “slash fascist throats!”

        That fascist is going to slit his own throat?

        I don’t think he understands what he’s saying.

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    • Chiefco says:

      Homicidal Idealization full throttle. She needs to be picked up and Baker Acted for 72 hours. Wow just Wow..Triggered

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    • Troublemaker10 says:

      Sounds like that student is demon possessed. I kept waiting for the head to turn around on the torso and green stuff to spew from the mouth.

      Liked by 2 people

      • jrapdx says:

        Possibly demon-possessed, or in all probability just plain nuts. (Sorry for the highly technical diagnostic terminology…:) ) Sure looks like the dude needs a few days in the banana farm to settle down—no doubt the right meds would help a lot.

        Anyway just an offhand opinion from the sidelines.

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    • Tl Howard says:

      He has daddy issues.

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    • scrap1ron says:

      Dude, are you mad?

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    • StanH says:

      Save the savable!

      This little idiot is useless and is a fine argument for the lefts late term abortions. Just like Antifa, to which he’s probably a member, they better hope that our differences can be resolved peacefully.

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  30. Reserved55 says:

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    • Bogeyfree says:

      And he thinks the Democratic controlled House is going to vote for this?

      A waste of paper until at least Nov.

      His better approach is via the Convention of States where they propose…….

      1) 3/5 majority for articles of impeachment

      2) Congressional Term Limits

      Liked by 4 people

      • PatriotKate says:

        A Convention of States is the WORST thing that could ever happen to this country.

        We already have a process for Constitutional Amendments and we already have a great Constitution. We just have politicians who violate it.

        Let them introduce it now and foster it through to the next Congress after we win control.

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        • cdquarles says:

          Article V provides the mechanisms for amendments. “The Congress, whenever two thirds of both Houses shall deem it necessary, shall propose Amendments to this Constitution, or, on the Application of the Legislatures of two thirds of the several States, shall call a Convention for proposing Amendments, which, in either Case, shall be valid to all Intents and Purposes, as part of this Constitution, when ratified by the Legislatures of three fourths of the several States, or by Conventions in three fourths thereof, as the one or the other Mode of Ratification may be proposed by the Congress; Provided that no Amendment which may be made prior to the Year One thousand eight hundred and eight shall in any Manner affect the first and fourth Clauses in the Ninth Section of the first Article; and that no State, without its Consent, shall be deprived of its equal Suffrage in the Senate.” and one of them is a convention of the states.

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    • TwoLaine says:

      It should not have been any other way in the 1st place.

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    • Mary Van Deusen says:

      So if we get the House in 2020, we can vote to protect Trump in 2022, if we lose the House again then and he’s again endangered by the Dems. Or we can use it to emasculate ourselves so that no Democratic president can be politically impeached in the future. Not sure how I feel about this.

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      • jrapdx says:

        Yup, always a downside to any “reform”. But I guess the idea of a 3/5 requirement for impeachment is assuring it has “bipartisan” (or conceivably “multi-partisan”) support.

        In the case of Pres Trump, a 3/5 rule would have prevented passage of articles of impeachment. It wouldn’t stop the evil “inquiry” instigated by Pelosi’s dictatorial changing of House rules.

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      • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

        This is a proposed Amendment to the Constitution.
        High bar.

        Not a rule (that can be changed) or a law (which would never pass and probably be unconstitutional).

        Those words “SOLE POWER” are a tough nut to crack.
        Especially when you want to take it away from the very people that have it.

        The words “THE HOUSE” are tough as well….
        like Trump’s lawyer Philbin demonstrated.

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    • Robert Smith says:

      In these crazy times please leave the Constitution alone.

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      • X XYZ says:

        Congress will leave it alone, guaranteed. They alone get to define what “high misdemeanors” means.

        What the hell does that mean, anyway? It means whatever they want it to mean. They like having that power – the power of having decision over the vagueness of terms.

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  31. Hans says:

    I don’t know is someone commented on this but PDT made a really good statement. IIRC..the people behind this fake coup are really brilliant…they nearly impeach the President of the United States over a perfect good phone call…just think what we could accomplish if we worked together….on infrastructure….
    That has to resonate with democrats and independents….. the democrats have nine months to save some of their party…I don’t believe they are going to cling onto the life preserver…

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    • jx says:

      Trump asked Ukraine to investigate why their investigation of Burisma was stopped. Who is he supposed to ask, Mongolians? Egyptians? Argentinians? Biden said he did it. Did he or didn’t he? Only the Ukrainians know.

      The Democrats bought the nonsensical drivel spouted by the mentally disturbed Adam Schiff, and Pelosi whipped them into a lather over it.

      They deserve nothing but enduring contempt for the garbage they’ve put this country through.

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  32. sarasotosfan says:

    The Democrats have tried to run all his appointments through the wringer. They have sought to destroy people who stand anywhere near the president. What they have done would have been unthinkable to any other administration.

    It is payback time.

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    • P says:

      Deuteronomy 32:35: “Vengeance and recompense are Mine: their foot shall slide in due time: for the day of their destruction is at hand, and the things that shall come upon them, make haste.”

      Romans 12:19: “Dearly beloved, avenge not yourselves, but give place unto wrath: for it is written, Vengeance is Mine: I will repay, saith the Lord.”

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      • NC Mom says:

        P: This is a very tough Biblical doctrine for we frail believers to accept. At least it was for me. The Lord is good and has demonstrated throughout my 6+ decades that when I leave revenge/recompense to HIM, it is far worse than any I could have done! Every single time!
        My struggle was great standing aside however. Sigh.

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        • P says:

          NC Mom: “My struggle was great standing aside however.”

          I think the struggle is great for all of us; and maybe during those times of “standing aside”, we are being called to do what our Lord did and intercede for our adversaries. Luke 23:34: “Then said Jesus, Father, forgive them: for they know not what they do….”

          Matthew 5:43-45 “Ye have heard that it hath been said, Thou shalt love thy neighbor, and hate thine enemy. 44 But I say unto you, Love your enemies: bless them that curse you: do good to them that hate you, and pray for them which hurt you, and persecute you, 45 That ye may be the children of your Father that is in heaven: for He maketh His sun to arise on the evil and the good, and sendeth rain on the just and unjust.”

          Thank you for your comment and provoking me to deeper contemplation.

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      • John Bosley says:

        Love it.
        My take on it.
        God basically saying don’t waste precious time, resources and your health on a unproductive quest.
        Let it roll like water off a ducks back.
        HE will do it for you in due time, you can take that to the bank.

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      • gabytango says:

        And God can do it soooo much BETTER than we could!

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      • Moms for Trump says:

        There is a big difference between vengeance and justice. We must seek justice. I am confident God will take care of the vengeance.

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  33. rebelchick says:

    Left another voicemail for Madame Shredder
    Letting her know how much I appreciate her display of hate towards American and we the people. I ended it with
    You go girl keep up the good work ensuring POTUS will be re-elected
    Trump 2020
    Yeehaw

    202-225-4965

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    • Hans says:

      My voice mail would go like this…..hello I’m glad I don’t have to say anything rude or disgusting about you and Adam Schiff..after the impeachment testimony..you can read my mind. …

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  34. stats_guy says:

    Harris Faulker just nails Bret B. in a stupid comparison between Trump and Clinton..

    so sweet, your comparison fails Bret because Clinton lied.

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  35. Reserved55 says:

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  36. LouisianaTeaRose says:

    I sent this to Pelosi yesterday. On her Speakerships’ Congressional website. I signed it with my name. I was pissed.

    I’m still pissed.

    Here it is:

    Speaker Pelosi,

    I have been thinking about that State of the Union speech and your ripping it into pieces last night. It is hanging in the front of my mind as I drink my coffee this morning, so I am sending this on behalf of all who voted for President Trump, and those who didn’t who are appalled by your symbolic act.

    That wasn’t your speech to destroy. It belonged to us, the American people. The paper it was printed on was purchased with our tax dollars. The words printed on it were written by the man we voted into office and we hold accountable for intermittent reports of our progress as a nation and his specific plans for the future our country. The district you represent may appreciate what you did, but that is only a tiny fraction of the citizens in this country, made up in large part of many who were horrified by your actions. Those of us who didn’t elect you to destroy that report are going to take that image with us for the rest of the election season that remains. Every time you step in front of a microphone, or stand in front of a podium, or stroll through the halls of that beautiful Capital that We The People built, in front of the cameras and Press…every time, we will recall that image of a Speaker who didn’t have the decency or moral courage to put the interests of The People before her own petty, selfish, decadent desires.

    You, Madame Speaker, will be remembered, first and foremost, as a little woman, small, spiteful, and full of the hate you vociferously claim you can’t possibly contain in that heart full of love.

    Sincerely,

    The People

    Liked by 32 people

    • Old Lady says:

      I love this. Why can’t we get petitions signed at all the Trump rallies demanding Pelosi be removed as speaker of our house?

      Liked by 3 people

      • LouisianaTeaRose says:

        Lady,

        Fear not. That petition will be going around in the first week of November 2020. I am not worried about the months before then. It gives our President enough time to reveal the ugliness that exists in that place she claims contains that heart full of love she spends so much time talking about as she panders to those fawning mental midgets who sit breathlessly waiting for her to emerge at their pressers.

        We will take advantage of those opportunities to exploit the increasing number of slips and reveals that will undoubtedly occur in Trump-Time, a phenomenon she will be unable to control with that thinly veiled temper of hers. The madder she gets, the worse she sounds.

        I am so looking forward to every. single. moment. of the coming events as our President takes this bitch out.

        Good times, people.

        Lord, thank you for our President, and forgive me for enjoying the storms as it rolls in.

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    • TheTorch says:

      Well done 🙂

      Liked by 2 people

    • PatriotKate says:

      Love, Love, Love 🙂

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    • MNGal says:

      Wonderful! I couldn’t have written anything that conveyed my feelings more aptly. Thank you for taking the time to send this on our behalf!

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  37. Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

    Summary of Speech
    1) This was a COUP
    2) These are the people that helped thwart it.
    3) The COUP will not stand

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  38. Chiefco says:

    One America News Network:

    An attorney has uncovered heavily redacted emails from the FBI, which indicated the agency has been providing false testimony on former DNC staffer Seth Rich who was murdered in 2016. One America’s Caitlin Sinclair has more from New York.

    Liked by 7 people

    • vikingmom says:

      Do you have a link? I looked on their website and don’t see anything but I have always thought that Seth Rich’s murder was ground zero for a whole lot of stories. The fact that his family is begging people to NOT investigate it is one of the strangest things that I have ever seen. Who exactly has threatened them? Must be someone VERY powerful if they are willing to allow their son’s murderer to get off scot-free!!

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  39. JohnCasper says:

    Nancy needs a nanny.

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  40. bullnuke says:

    CNN talking heads a losing it over PDJT’s speeches. He broke them all.

    Liked by 1 person

    • vikingmom says:

      Frankly, I am surprised they are even talking about it! I would have expected them to have completely ignored his press conference just because of all the things he brought into the open that they have been trying to hide for the last three years!

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  41. screwauger says:

    The Leftie snowflakes are out in full force. MY leftist older sister just spoke up on FB for the first time in a year and frankly, I let her have it with both barrels. She’s arguing that Trump violated this or that by not shaking Peelousy’s hand at SOTU so of course I stated she violated decades of decorum and tradition by altering his intro. She comes back with some BS about him trying to take away pre-existing conditions and that he breaks decorum in every way possible….then I had to blow her out of the water. Guess she and I will be moving into one of our spans of years where we don’t talk…it’s ok by me. Today was not that day after I laughed, cried, fumed and cried again watching this man’s “celebration.” Done.

    Liked by 10 people

    • Zorro says:

      You were true to yourself and the facts. It’s going to get get tougher and tougher for relationships the closer we get to Election Day. Just remember the absence of conflict does not equal peace.

      Liked by 4 people

      • screwauger says:

        I stumped her I guess when she claimed the President was trying to take away preexisting conditions for everyone. I asked for a link or proof and she disappeared. She’s retired and it’s not golf league time. I did my own research and that topic is circulating in a recent Little Mike Doomberg ad spot. I signed off with the following to her: “Only the willfully blind fail to see it [corrupt fbi,cia,nsc,doj] now because NBC, ABC, CBS, MSNBC and CNN were all in on it and continue to Gaslight any willing victims.

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        • WRB says:

          I guess she did not listen to the State of the Union:

          A good life for American families also requires the most affordable, innovative, and high-quality healthcare system on Earth. Before I took office, health insurance premiums had more than doubled in just 5 years. I moved quickly to provide affordable alternatives. Our new plans are up to 60 percent less expensive. I have also made an ironclad pledge to American families: We will always protect patients with pre-existing conditions — that is a guarantee. And we will always protect your Medicare and your Social Security.

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    • riverelf says:

      Good for you. Tolerance and heartfelt forgiveness is lovely when it is EARNED but I am absolutely fed up with willfully blind virtue-signalling raging leftist liars spewing their acrimonious toxic bile as if the world was waiting with bated breath to listen to their oh-so-cuttingly-accurate genius opinions—which tend to be nothing but unamusing snark—and that goes for media elites and fakebook nobodies alike. I’m sick to death of it and I’m. Not. Listening. Anymore!!
      Red-pill who you can and forget the rest.

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    • “A house divided against itself …” I really think that all of us should push back against “divisiveness as a political strategy.” The politics of the country ought not put you at odds with your own sister. And, a handshake or lack thereof should be nothing more than “yet one more example of Nancy Pelosi demonstrating that she is, indeed, an insufferable b*tch.” 🤡 We’re supposed to be United States here . . .

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      • screwauger says:

        She’s caustic and thinks she is fully armed to defend the Speakers actions (tearing up speech). Unfortunately, she thinks her laptop is for playing spades and the 6 oclock news is where you get information. It’s been ongoing for years and we rarely let it get too heated, and often we laugh and say something benign to change the topic and agree to disagree. That said, she picked the wrong day and I unloaded on her and given the tools SD and this site provide, not a fair “fight.” I do agree with your premise very much but like I said to her, we didn’t put your corrupt president under three years of bogus investigations then try to run him out of office when we had disagreements. Thanks.

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        • vikingmom says:

          “…we didn’t put your corrupt president under three years of bogus investigations then try to run him out of office when we had disagreements.”

          SO true!! I have repeatedly tried to get people to see how one-sided this entire thing has been. I tell people that while I did not vote for Obama, and I disagreed with many of his policies and positions, especially later on when he was blatantly attempting to exacerbate racial divisions by demonizing law enforcement officers. I was not out there telling lies, screaming profanities, wishing ill upon his family, and generally becoming unhinged…which are, sadly, all behaviors that I am seeing from people that I know on the Left

          I contacted my members of Congress, expressed my concerns about Obamacare, taxes, the economy, etc. I read a variety of news articles and contacted various media sources asking why they weren’t covering Fast & Furious and the IRS/Tea Party targeting stories, I campaigned for Republicans, both at the local and national level. In other words, I did all the things that a NORMAL citizen would do!

          What I try to do now is to ask people if they can really say, with a straight face, that what has been done to Donald Trump is “politics as usual”? And if not, I ask them to think about WHY he has been attacked the way that he has? Why is it that SO many people in positions of power are so desperate to shut him up? What kind of existential threat does he represent to them? If he is SUCH a lousy President, then why don’t the Democrats highlight all of his “failures” and offer their own “better” solutions? The fact of the matter is that he is following through on the promises that he made in 2016 and he is restoring the country’s wealth, sovereignty, influence, and pride and they have no way to counter that, so they have been reduced to increasingly crazy measures to stop him before he completely ruins their illegal, immoral gravy trains!

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    • jumpinjarhead says:

      The media are also ignoring the first violation of tradition and decorum was her introduction. Of course the media focus instead on the handshake with no mention of her lackluster introduction.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Brutalus says:

      You should tell her what I tell my liberal friends…”Look, if you are worried that people on our side of the aisle are absolutely ecstatic about your misery….rest assured….we are.”

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  42. Janie says:

    Watching this now. Our PDJT is truly something else. One thing- I haven’t been through all the comments yet but I was wondering what people thought about his accolades and comments re: McConnell, and doing such a great job. I was under the impression Mitch could have done more to shut this down earlier and could have been/be doing more to support our leader. Thoughts?

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    • MAGADJT says:

      I think at the end of the day, Mitch did what he could to bring this to the fastest conclusion. POTUS isn’t a fool, and he wouldn’t be praising Mitch so enthusiastically if he didn’t believe Mitch did all he could.

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    • SHV says:

      “Mitch could have done more to shut this down earlier and could have been/be doing more to support our leader.”
      *****
      IMO, Mitch, even if he wanted to, didn’t have the votes to deviate from the “Clinton Trial” procedures. No way Romney, Murkowsky, Collins and Alexander(?) would have voted to “short circuit” the process.

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  43. kittytrump84 says:

    President Trump is everyman, and I love him for it.

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  44. Brutalus says:

    I have really only one rule I live by…”Never believe your own B.S.”….we have a whole crop of people in this country who buried in their minds what they knew to be B.S. when it came to the phony Russian collusion and Ukrainian quid pro quo….and now they are forced to unearth what they always knew was a lie….and their B.S. smells 10 times worse….and so they’ll grab their shovels and toss anything, anything on top of it…anything to avoid getting to the root of their deceit…anything to avoid admitting they knew it was B.S. all along….and I cant stop them…I cant tell them anything that will force to admit the truth….but I can step back and at a safe distance….and enjoy every last second of their futile attempt

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  45. mike says:

    Candidate for President 2024: Tom Fitton Judicial Watch.

    I found him.

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  46. ALLAN CRAIN says:

    Mark Steyn yesterday: Paraphrasing, “The Democrats and the MSM are JOYLESS.” I agree, they are very unhappy people and they only see the tails side of every coin.
    Let us rejoice that at last (I’m 80) we have a President who is not afraid to say what he thinks and is totally comfortable being himself. He is teaching the Republicans in the House, Senate and State houses not to fear the MSM. DO WHAT IS RIGHT!

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    • WRB says:

      we have a President who is not afraid to say what he thinks

      A successful politician learns early on how to dissemble, how to be two-faced, in order to not offend others. That is because they are dependent on others for their money and votes.

      A self-made billionaire in the real-estate business never learns that behavior. On the contrary, billionaires are used to saying what they think because nobody has the gumption to contradict them. Live like that for 30 years, and you have a person who speaks candidly.

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      • X XYZ says:

        You don’t have to be a billionaire to think that way and to speak candidly. However most fledgling politicians like Obama who were not billionaires had to kiss up to billionaires and become owned by them to become president. There are millions of us here who abhor politics, are not billionaires, and would never aspire to being a politician. Maybe your observation about living “like that for 30 years” is the relevant factor.

        As I describe myself – I’m not apolitical. I’m ANTI political.

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  47. topavalley says:

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  48. bessie2003 says:

    Watched it live, but am watching it again – can’t get enough Winning in this house!

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