President Trump Impromptu Remarks Departing The White House…

Chopper pressers are the best pressers.  President Trump delivers remarks to the press pool as he departs the White House for a working weekend in Camp David.

[Video Below – Transcript will Follow]

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150 Responses to President Trump Impromptu Remarks Departing The White House…

  1. Jenevive says:

    What is the big secret about Kim Jung Un that he knows?

    Liked by 1 person

    • he is alive and well…

      Liked by 1 person

      • Publius2016 says:

        maybe that’s one reason 45 is going to Camp David?

        Nothing says success like formal Peace Agreement!

        Liked by 6 people

        • trnathens says:

          This will be the last time I say this, because the implications, if I’m right, are SO huge and vast, that there will be a paradigm shift of tectonic proportions. If I’m wrong, then I look foolish.

          It’s almost too hard to explain in a way that makes sense.

          I don’t think PDJT is going to sign a peace agreement. That presupposes that Kim is in a position to actually MAKE any kind of meaningful agreement. No. On here, we know from Sundance that China controls Kim. Has probably controlled the whole family, the whole time. Probably helped kill off dad to get son in the right position. These things take time.

          But no. A peace agreement is meaningless.

          But what if…

          What if PDJT flips Kim against China. What if… The curtain is REALLY thrown back.

          What if… Julian Assange comes out and implicates the DNC.

          What if… Edward Snowden is fully pardoned, and testifies about what HE discovered.

          What if…Jeffrey Epstein, even?

          What if, what if, what if.

          Pretty sure that would BLOW UP THE SYSTEM.

          Wrap your heads around THAT.

          How upset did anyone on PDJT’s team really SEEM after Epstein “died”?

          Did anyone see the movie FX?

          GREAT MOVIE.

          Is our PDJT a Producer, or what?

          So that’s what I think is coming.

          If we want REAL change, it’s going to require a paradigm shift of epic proportions, because it can’t just convince WE, but ALL must be.

          The rest of the WORLD needs to know they’ll now be free of this.

          I feel insane for even thinking this.

          But what if?

          Liked by 9 people

          • wondering999 says:

            Hey we have imaginations, why not use them
            I don’t believe it anymore than you do, but I enjoyed thinking about it
            I really really want for Assange to be safe, also

            Liked by 1 person

            • trnathens says:

              The thing is…

              I DO believe it.

              But think out the implications. Think out the consequences of what it means that the Russians didn’t hack the DNC. Think out the consequences of what it means if ANYONE of consequence is tied to Seth Rich. Think of the consequences of what it means if the medical device tax in Obamacare was intentional. Think of the consequences of what it means if the last 25 years has been a long, slow march towards the implementation of socialism in this country. Think of the consequences if there really was a plan to cause a paradigm shift large enough that we would be scared enough to finally accept socialism willingly.

              Think of what that means.

              Think of how “fake” that makes everything, right now.

              Do we think what we think because we think it, or because we’ve slowly been programmed to think what we think by others who want us to think a certain way?

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          • The Boss says:

            I think you’re going in the right direction. My sense is that something epic is in the cards for the not too distant future.
            Camp David is a nice, out-of-the-way place for people to come and go without being seen. The press will be camped out nearby, jotting down license plates of SUVs with blacked out windows and counting helicopters, trying to figure out who’s there besides POTUS for a working weekend.

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  2. mallardcove says:

    My twitter notifications are currently blowing up right now because I got the first reply to a TDS affected individual who was the first to reply to a Trump tweet. All I asked was, if this virus was such a huge looming threat in February and Trump is 100% responsible for all the deaths, why didn’t democrats lead by example and try to warn us about what should have been done at the time? Why didnt state and city democrats prepare? Surely if it was such a can’t miss threat that Trump has no excuses for it would have made sense for democrats to have been making the proper preparations in February…

    I’ve gotten over 200 replies in the last 30 minutes on Twitter… apparently its all Trump’s fault since he was golfing and having rallies in February.

    Liked by 15 people

    • rickinhouston says:

      Yet, no Democrat spoke up. SF Chinatown was too busy partying with spokesperson Pelosi.

      Liked by 12 people

      • Rhoda R says:

        And the Chinese New Year parades with Cuomo and DeBlasio.

        Liked by 11 people

      • sunnyflower5 says:

        Nancy was busy early Feb. tearing up the SOTU speech addressing Coronavirus.

        Liked by 8 people

      • Ausonius says:

        There you go again! Thinking and using Facts and Logic, instead of using your FEELINGS about the Truth, and Unproven Assertions and Propaganda Slogans! 🙂

        Liked by 3 people

      • chuckyschmucky says:

        They were too busy handing out impeachment pens. Not only did Democrats NOT speak up, or act in any way to deal with the emerging COVID problem, they claimed Trump’s travel ban was “premature,” “racist,” “xenophobic,” “un-American” and “irrational.” And even tried to pass a law (the “No Ban Act”) to PREVENT him from doing it.

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    • Eric says:

      I would simply reply, “Boy are you stupid Charlie Brown!”

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    • jeans2nd says:

      And this is relevant to the post topic of Pres Trump’s impromptu remarks how, exactly?

      Liked by 2 people

    • evergreen says:

      You’d get more intelligent responses if you asked the question to your dog or cat.

      You’d have a better grasp of the rank futility of asking such a question to them if you instead asked a pet rock. That would cure you of even low expectations.

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    • GH says:

      Bots can reply on Twitter. Don’t know if bots did your 200 replies

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    • YeahYouRight says:

      In Chinatown? No, that was Nanzi. On the subway and in movie theaters? No, that was De Blah-zio. Nope, Trump was acting on the virus AND getting impeached by Schiff for Brains, who should have been paying attention to the Intel briefing about WuFlu.

      Liked by 5 people

    • sunnyflower5 says:

      Didn’t Biden have six rallies after President Trump‘s last one?

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    • Ausonius says:

      “Goofing off in February” is the parrot’s reply from all the DEMS right now.

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      • X XYZ says:

        Today is May Day. Get out the old Red Communist Flags. It’s Spring! The hormones are rising.

        Every day is a new National holiday now. Maybe it’s National Love Yourself Day – or something like that. Nothin’ beats Love. Love, Love, Love. The Beatles had a song – remember it? Just ask lonely Bill Clinton, or lonely Joe Biden, or even very lonely Jeffrey Epstein (no, it’s to late now… he’s dead) or Harvey Weinstein what they know about that. Ask the women who were in their lives about it, too. They are still here.

        Despite my being interminably moderated, I’m still here too.

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    • Little Berkeley Conservative says:

      Bless you for braving that cesspool! How dare you question their unfounded assertions!

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    • Jan says:

      Since when did becoming President stop you from having a little off-time? You lose all of your rights to privacy when you become President.

      Sick & F**king tired of this hypocrisy. Go FOAD yourself, Dems.

      Liked by 3 people

    • TMonroe says:

      The talking point was that the president had info no one else did. But if the usual suspects listen in to everything like the Ukraine call, they shoulda known, right?

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    • Marilyn Shealy says:

      I have wondered, what was the trip to India all about at the end of February? Was this to get knowledge about the Gates Foundations screw up in that country? They had a large celebration there For our President. Gates was thrown out of that country, because of one of there wonder vaccines, that damaged like 450,000 people. Seemed odd to me, where the virus had already taken off, before that trip. It was on like February 24th ruffly.

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  3. petszmom says:

    What? He bashed gov Kemp by saying he didn’t approve of his opening the state according to what he felt was right for HIS STATE.

    Liked by 2 people

    • TradeBait says:

      And yet, so far, Kemp has been proven right in doing so.

      Liked by 9 people

    • sunnyflower5 says:

      No. He was just concerned over the decision to open tattoo parlors and spas.

      Liked by 4 people

      • petszmom says:

        He says it about four times, I was not happy with Kemp. Included is the deferrment to the fraud doctors but he clearly is unhappy with the governor. Just an FYI, u am from Texas. https://www.fox5atlanta.com/news/trump-i-wasnt-happy-with-brian-kemp

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        • sunnyflower5 says:

          Yep, we hear it different. IMO he was concerned about opening too much too fast. He is responsible for the entire nation.

          Liked by 2 people

          • Judith says:

            Correct. VSG President Trump obviously favors “safely” reopening individual states in “phases.” I must have missed that “running- with-scissors-it’s-all-a-big-hoax” phase, that many are promoting now. Is this a Bannon thing?

            I assume that it’s an overreaction to the national emergency shutdowns. I would hate to see it all blow up in our faces when we are thisclose to getting it just right.

            Those who always seem to know better than our VSGPDJT are reminded that the President does NOT condone this “running-with-scissors-it’s-all-a-big-hoax” phase. FOCUS.

            (Ducks from 🍅 🍅).

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    • YeahYouRight says:

      That ticked me off. Trump should have at least remained silent. Maybe they played off each other, but I’m in GA, I stood by Kemp, he’s leading by example. We’re still here if anybody wants to stop in for a haircut and a tat.

      Liked by 12 people

      • petszmom says:

        Lucky you. Our Gov Abbott is playing footsies with the Democrats here in Texas, not listening to the majority.

        Liked by 4 people

        • jnr2d2 says:

          Agree. Lt Gov Patrick needs to take him out in 2022. 68% of Tx counties have ZERO deaths, they could open up tomorrow. 18% 1-2 deaths, and 6% 3-5 deaths. These are ALL RED counties!!! The six big counties (centered on BLUE cities) are the problem . Let them do their thing. The rest of us will go back to business (and maybe take some business from the smarty pants)!!!

          Liked by 4 people

        • HillCountryTexan says:

          petzmom,

          Abbott MUST be afraid of something or someone(s) ….Can he really be this tone deaf?
          There have been 5 cases in my county and ZERO deaths and ZERO patients in ICU.

          Liked by 3 people

      • Somebody says:

        I’m totally border hopping to get a pedicure this weekend, but I border hop all the time I’m only 6 miles or so into FL from GA.

        Liked by 4 people

        • madeline says:

          I hear you Somebody, I make my way to Indiana from Michigan only 16 miles. I am so angry at our governor I am ONLY shopping in Indiana.

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          • Rileytrips says:

            My sister, who lives in SE Vermont (probably the only Trump supporter there) drives a few miles into New Hampshire to get her hair done – that’s where she went before the Wuhan virus, too.

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    • MustangBlues says:

      President Trump did not ”bash” Governor Kemp. He disagreed politely, expressed his opinion that he thought it was too early based on the guidelines, BUT he said the governor was on the ground in the situation and his judgement of his state took priority.

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      • Marilyn Shealy says:

        I honestly do not think, this is the last of this virus, especially if it was released on purpose. Trump needs things to open up, to try to build up the system before the election and so he can do his rallies. They will so blame him if he tries to open up everything to fast as they are trying to stop it. I can hear the media now.

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        • Judith says:

          There is a disconnect between those who want it done yesterday and those, like President Trump, who favor a more conservative approach to reopening the states. Each state is different.

          NY was clobbered and I have had very personal experiences with this pandemic. I agree with the President that stages are an important component to reopening safely. Even NY is preparing to reopen imminently based on the stages.

          The bar isn’t set all that high. Every state is trending down. Good grief.

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    • Ellis says:

      I work in Georgia and we reopened the office today. Everyone is ready to get back to work. Lunch was crowded and jovial. I even got a haircut this afternoon.

      Liked by 6 people

  4. gonzotx says:

    Trump will need to find a way to make amends with Kemp.
    He did the right thing and he knows it. We all know he’s mad about the Senator pick, and rightly so, but this was bad IMHO

    Liked by 10 people

    • petszmom says:

      Yes, agree. Bad move. Still remember the Massie bash, too. Not a good look for our POTUS to knock outliers. He has to remember why HE got elected.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Right Mover says:

      Meanwhile, President Trump cannot say enough good things about Stalinist NJ Gov. Phil Murphy.

      Liked by 6 people

      • petszmom says:

        He is a great man, dontchaknow.

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      • Deplorable_Infidel says:

        “President Trump cannot say enough good things about Stalinist NJ Gov. Phil Murphy”

        IMO that is just for show, in case action has to be taken against Murphy for violating his constituents Constitutional rights.

        The MSM will not have footage against PDJT to try and mount a defense for Murphy.

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        • guidvce4 says:

          Once again, the media is being played by PDJT. Think of how he talks about various other folks who he might be railing against, or has in the past. Get the enemy to relax before taking action to take them out.
          Kemp? Distraction. And Kemp is in on it. There is a plan.
          Just sayin’.

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    • Snellvillebob says:

      President Trump needs someone to whisper in his ear that we flatened the curve as asked.

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  5. jonhabart says:

    Nice to see that things are getting back to normal. Chopper pressers, Presidential travel, Press Secretary briefings.

    Good times with greater ones on the horizon.

    Liked by 8 people

    • ProLL says:

      My thought – PDJT needed a favor and asked Kemp to take one for the team so he could get the process and news cycle back on the opening. Take the heat and let me disapprove and then show that all of this fear p-rn is overblown. Traffic was almost completely back to normal today.

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      • Father of 3 GenXers says:

        President Trump is taking the cautious position so the Democrats cannot claim he is reckless. The plan is reopen states and areas of states without issue. Competition between companies and the public perception and desire will drive the Democrat and Never-Trump states to open. Momentum.

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      • plumnelly1 says:

        I agree except Kemp needed a bailout because of Loeffner blunder. He owed Trump and this was the way to repay. Reciprocal altruism maybe.

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      • MaineCoon says:

        Here’s a poll that AJC did in GA. We aren’t happy with Loeffer, we won’t Collins and I’m still mad at Kemp for picking Loeffler over P45’s desire for Collins to be Senator.

        FINDINGS

        Georgia Jungle Primary Senate race
        Collins – 29%
        Warnock – 11 %
        Loeffler – 11%
        Lieberman – 11%
        Undecided – 31%

        Georgia Republican Voters
        Collins – 62%
        Loeffler – 18%

        Georgia Senate Race

        David Perdue – 45%
        Jon Ossoff – 39%

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    • YeahYouRight says:

      Not if Trump’s thinking of signing a state bailout package for anything beyond WuFlu assistance.

      Between shoveling our money into leftist blue states and weenieing out on the supposed immigration Executive Order, he’s losing his luster.

      Liked by 4 people

  6. Alex50 says:

    I would have liked to hear President Trump criticize the dictator Herr Newsom rather than Governor Kemp. Orange County is Trump country and is under siege by Newsom’s vindictive closing of its beaches. Orange County has a mortality rate of 14 per million and Newsom is treating it as though it’s New York City.

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    • delighteddeplorable says:

      Exactly, Alex. CHP officers are posted at Crystal Cove State Beach and if they’re there, most likely at other beaches. Herr Nuisance is being sued from every direction, including by Judicial Watch.

      Liked by 10 people

    • sunnyflower5 says:

      Funny— the press didn’t ask President Trump about California or Newsome.

      President Trump did correct the media member’s statement about Georgia/ Kemp by saying he was just concerned over tattoo and spas.

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    • swissik says:

      Orange county, at one time, was relatively conservative. This is no longer true. Yes there are Trump supporters there but not in huge numbers. Even San Diego and county is no longer a strong hold for conservative voters. The demographic change has taken its toll on the entire state and Newsom relishes it.

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      • Alex50 says:

        The beaches that were targeted are in Newport Beach and Huntington Beach. Those towns are still conservative.

        Liked by 2 people

      • Lady in Red says:

        Cities like Santa Ana ruined Orange County. I have some family in OC and they are very conservative, as are their neighborhoods at large. They are depressed about what has happened there politically. Those outside of the larger cities in OC feel they have lost their voice. Of course, it is all by design.

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        • Mello says:

          I’m not convinced the voter demographics have changed as much as the vote results show. The flip from Repub to Dem in OC also reflects huge voter fraud that the Dems have mastered. Motor-voter registration has allowed Illegal aliens vote, ballot harvesting, top two vote recipients move on from primary regardless of party, dead people vote. not to mention brain washing by the propaganda media. I bet that election outcomes would look different without all of that. How much different is anyone’s guess. We need voter ID in this state AND country!

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    • vikingmom says:

      If fair elections are held, Orange county will tu red again very quickly!!

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    • guidvce4 says:

      Herr Newsom is being relaxed and lulled to sleep. No apparent threat from PDJT, not openly.
      Herr Newsom is doing exactly what is expected of the nephew of Nanzi Piglousy. Leftists can’t help themselves when presented with the opportunity to get into their full totalitarian. The only thing missing is a little mustache and the jackbooted uniform, sorta the same for Warren Wilhelm the Turd(aka NYC DeBlasio). And others in blue states.
      Let ’em sink themselves and their little fiefdoms before corrective actions are demanded by the citizens.
      There is a plan.

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  7. MfM says:

    Trump is going for a win/win with Georgia. He couldn’t say he approved of all the openings. He would have been skewered if it went bad. This way it’s almost like he’s thrown down a challenge to Kemp and the State to prove him wrong.

    Trump will be thrilled (at least inside) if it goes well.

    Liked by 3 people

    • Michelle says:

      I think the main issue was that Kemp didn’t follow the WH guidelines. I don’t think Trump could have said he disagreed with not following the guidelines.

      Liked by 2 people

    • chuckyschmucky says:

      I agree Trump should’ve stood behind Kemp. Seemed to me he was hedging his bets. Gave himself some wiggle room in case things took a turn for the worse. Which is uncharacteristic of him.

      Liked by 1 person

  8. nckhawk says:

    Wow – KT McFarland just said on FBN that McCabe had it out for Flynn because of Flynn’s support of an FBI colleague who accused McCabe of sexual assault in a claim that got buried. This seems like new information.

    Liked by 4 people

    • YeahYouRight says:

      Robin Gritz. Not new info. Harrowing experience for Gritz, Flynn backed her up. Years ago.

      Liked by 10 people

      • nckhawk says:

        Thank you and yikes! – found this in a 2015 NPR article:

        “Retired Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn, who led the Defense Intelligence Agency, worked closely with Gritz to find terrorists overseas. He says it’s a shame the FBI let go of someone with years of top national security experience.

        “She was one of the really, to me, bright lights and shining stars early on that just kinda got it when it came to the kind of enemy that we were facing and the relationship that was necessary between law enforcement and the military … and I just thought she was really a real pro,” Flynn says.

        Gritz, now 46 years old, had to sell her home and move in with her parents. The FBI yanked her security clearance, and she thinks they’ve been black balling her for jobs in the field. That’s how she ended up selling makeup. She recently moved to a better paying position answering phones at a call center.”

        Maybe she can get her clearance and job back with Flynn.

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    • cheering4america says:

      No, that has been discussed for several years. Although the Intelligence Community has definitely down-played that there was personal animus as a motive for targeting General Flynn.

      Liked by 2 people

      • TarsTarkas says:

        Vindictive? Mr. “First we f**k Flynn then we F**k Trump?” Naw.

        If POTUS decides to go Tasmanian devil on the Deep State, McCabe is the first he should go after. Because McCabe threatened to burn the house down over his pension. Also because when you look up the word a**hole his picture pops up.

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    • TwoLaine says:

      Nope. This is old info.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      “Flynn’s support of an FBI colleague who accused McCabe of sexual assault in a claim that got buried. This seems like new information”

      Robin Gritz has done a number of videos with various people over the years. I am not sure how many might have been taken down for not being “Politically Correct”.

      Most that I saw were about 30 to 45 minutes. She gives a lot of long detailed examples about the situation.

      Liked by 3 people

  9. Niagara Frontier says:

    I’d love to see a count of the number of questions he’s taken directly from the press and answered extemporaneously compared to his predecessor.

    Liked by 8 people

  10. hokkoda says:

    Glad to see the helicopters back. The media had a chance to resume normal press briefings after the crisis, but they behaved badly and showboated, so it’s Back to whup-whup-whup…

    Liked by 5 people

  11. History Teaches says:

    No appeasing of blue states will change anti-Trump opinion or voter preference. No matter what he does it will be spun as wrong or not enough.

    Liked by 3 people

    • Right Mover says:

      Yeah. Even if he bails out New Jersey and gives Murphy the $20B-$30B he’s asking Trump for, NJ will never vote for Trump in November.
      BUT, if Trump bails out NJ and a few other desperate Democrat states, he’s likely to lose some of the more financially stable swing states that he did win in 2016.

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  12. old sneakers says:

    Glad to hear the president is getting out of town for the weekend

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  13. MicD says:

    John Roberts will have to wait a little while longer for his
    forehead tattoo.

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  14. Trump2020 says:

    Camp David that’s where Trump goes when he doesn’t those punks in the laimstream media listening in. Going to be some top level meetings sounds like.

    Liked by 1 person

  15. bullnuke says:

    Camp David…Pretty cool if he servers cheeseburgers to Kim Jong Un during their working lunch.

    Liked by 4 people

  16. Right Mover says:

    1) No Task Force briefings after Monday this week.
    2) Kayleigh McEnany does her first regular press briefing today (did a great job, BTW).
    3) Trump travels to Camp David this weekend. Reasons for trip remain very vague.
    4) Kim Jong-un. Alive? Dead? Sick? Trump knows, won’t say.
    5) Trump seemingly institutes his OWN moratorium on any mention of hydroxychoroquine, while champion the Fauci-favored and very expensive Remdesivir this week.
    6) Trump has a glowing meeting with tyrant NJ Gov. Phil Murphy, upon whom the President heaps effusive praise.

    That’s a lot of head-scratching developments this week. What the hell is really going on?

    And we have plenty of time to ponder all these developments, because we’re still under house arrest, with no real end in sight.

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    • paper doll says:

      I think he’s being nice to Murphy to needle Andrew. The deep state agreeing to a 1,000 dollar pill , instead of insisting on a Hell vaccine only , is a blink on their part, a compromise. They have to have a pay day to let anything go forward….a genetic drug won’t cut it. Besides they want all the hydroxychoroquine for themselves. There’s only so much.
      Art of the deal

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    • NC Patriot says:

      I trust my President.He is surrounded by Jackals. He is carefully threading needles. But, as he left today—I thought he looked relaxed—and younger than his age.

      He will TELL us what is going on when the time is right. He is the most open President of the 13 presidents I have seen in my lifetime.

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  17. Tiffthis says:

    Why are Med spas and tattoo parlors such a problem? Tattoo artist wear masks and gloves already when they work. And Med spas wear gloves already- I’m sure they can easily put on a mask as well 🤷🏼‍♀️

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    • FofBW says:

      There may be more to this than meets the eye, we just do not know.

      Has Kemp said anything derogatory about PT?

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      • paper doll says:

        I don’t think it’s a spat between them. I don’t think either of them would allow their moves to be dictated by something like that when the stakes are so high. If cases start up again, PT has to be able to say I warned him. We’ll see, I pray all is well in GA and everywhere that open! Bless them!

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    • Right Mover says:

      It depends on what kind of “spa” they’re talking about. A lot of the spas are Chinese-run enterprises, if you get my drift.

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    • Miya says:

      I have heard from several in the immunology field that there’s a concern about the virus being able to enter the body through fresh wounds. Piercings/Tattoos would potentially fall into that category. Dermatologists would too, since they often burn skin away for cancer treatments, etc.

      Still, doesn’t make sense to close these businesses but also not let people by clothing or craft materials.

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  18. hudsonthedog says:

    “Reporter”: Mr. President, will you be social distancing at Camp David?
    President Trump: Yes!
    What kind of nitwits are in the WH press corps? Is the reporter going to write a 10,000 word article on that exchange?

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  19. msdollie says:

    Thank goodness he has broad shoulders … the burdens he is carrying.

    God bless and keep safe President Trump.

    Liked by 10 people

  20. Steele81 says:

    He looks younger these days. He was created for such a time as this.

    Liked by 4 people

  21. leavemygunsalone says:

    I am glad POTUS is getting out the WH. Camp David will be a nice change, it is beautiful there. Getting away from the nasty media hopefully will charge his batteries, heck I am not going, but the thought is refreshing.

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  22. I Hope Melania went with him!

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  23. anyone heard this?

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      • Judith says:

        Am I the only one who is sick to death of #metoo? I really don’t give a rats arse about accusations conveniently brought forth from decades ago. Get a life, people.

        This can go on ..and on.. and on.. ad nauseum. You don’t think they intend to ramp up the very same garbage against our President again?

        Old news. Hearsay. Move on.

        As if that senile “Quid pro Joe” moron doesn’t have enough rope to hang himself with already..

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  24. GranmaBarb says:

    A man with the weight of the free world on his shoulders. God bless President Donald J Trump 🙏😊🇦🇺🌎☮️

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  25. GranmaBarb says:

    A man with the weight of the free world on his shoulders. God bless President Donald J Trump 🙏😊🇦🇺🌎☮️

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  26. dufrst says:

    The best political ad I’ve seen in a long time. I almost choked laughing so hard near the end! Bravo team Trump!

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  27. Troublemaker10 says:

    Trump not wanting to comment on Kim Jong Un still makes me wonder if there was an assassination attempt against Kim. Very odd.

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  28. TheWanderingStar says:

    It appears that Marine 1 is also practicing physical distancing.

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