President Trump Holds A Press Briefing – 1:30pm ET Livestream…

The White House has added a press briefing by the President to the schedule today.  President Trump is expected to give remarks between 1:30pm and 2:00pm ET.

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291 Responses to President Trump Holds A Press Briefing – 1:30pm ET Livestream…

  1. Henry says:

    Watch, one of them will sue because the press gatherings are for them to ask questions and not be asked questions of.

    Believe it was John Carl screaming at the end, “ Oh come on”.

    Liked by 4 people

  2. trnathens says:

    Man is NOT SUBJECT to man’s law, but to GOD’S LAW.

    Liked by 9 people

  3. labrat says:

    Trump is unleashing the Wolverines!!!

    Liked by 14 people

  4. Charlotte Willson says:

    Have to love OAN questions. Will Trump pardon Obama for Obamagate! Boom!

    Liked by 29 people

  5. Ken Maritch says:

    Kayleigh and Stephen Miller 2024

    Liked by 8 people

    • woohoowee says:

      Kellyanne and Grenell 🙂

      Liked by 2 people

      • Landslide says:

        That’s alot of Type As in one room, right there!!! All 3 are major fighters, highly intelligent, articulate, and lovers of America First. 👍🏻🇺🇸👍🏻🇺🇸

        Liked by 5 people

      • cdnintx says:

        Grenell and Miller 🙂

        Liked by 4 people

      • Trumpelstiltsken says:

        Kellyanne’s husband is an enemy combatant. That should instantly disqualify her from any consideration for such an office.

        Liked by 13 people

        • dawg says:

          Agree 100%, I don’t even know how she’s still in the administration.

          Liked by 3 people

          • rvsueandcrew says:

            Because a married woman is an individual in her own right, not an appendage of her husband.

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            • mimbler says:

              If she didn’t have children, I also wouldn’t want her in the administration, because I would not understand how she could stay married to a man with views like his, and truly believe in MAGA.

              Just like I don’t believe neither Carville nor Matalin really believe what they profess, or they couldn’t be married.

              But in Kelleyanne’s case, children are involved And good parents make sacrifices for the good of the children.

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              • 4EDouglas says:

                My parents were Polar opposites. Pop was a Republican (Main street) Mom was a lefty lib until the day she died. Pop was active in politics. Mom not so much but she gave hundreds to the Dems. She thought that the sun rose and set in any Dem politician.
                she was the racist. Pop was1/2 American Indian. they fought tooth and nail over politics.
                Stayed together over family..

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                • mimbler says:

                  I’ll bet you learned a lot about debating growing up! Thanks for the insight, and I truly understand and appreciate staying together for family.

                  Liked by 1 person

            • dawg says:

              Of course she is, but when a woman is an advisor to the POTUS, is privy to sensitive information, is as physically close to POTUS as she is, and her husband is an active enemy of the POTUS, is plotting against him, doing whatever he can to get him impeached and prosecuted, then it would seem to me that married woman has become a liability to the POTUS and his administration.

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              • rvsueandcrew says:

                I get your point, dawg, and it would apply if the husband and wife are living together and communicating. We don’t know their relationship behavior nor their living arrangement, but I’m sure POTUS does.

                If they don’t speak to each, other than to work visitation for the children, I don’t see the risk. Kellyanne is a strong woman and extremely loyal to the President, besides being very intelligent and savvy. Her vile husband doesn’t worry me. Kellyanne has probably developed a deaf ear toward her husband and doesn’t share anything with him. BTDT.

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        • dufrst says:

          Unfortunately, as much as I love Kellyanne Conway, she cannot be trusted. It makes me think of Trump’s comment about the spouses of terrorists. Remember how he would talk about them? Well the political equivalent is sitting right there in his Oval Office. I will leave it there.

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          • strateshooter says:

            dufrst..
            I think that is a pretty outrageous comment to make about Kelly Anne Conway.
            I think she has been a staunch and resilient person in the face of a very corrupt and hostile media.
            If she reads this blog…from me…thank you Kelly Anne. I think you have been awesome.

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            • dufrst says:

              Have you seen what her husband has put out? And now he’s putting out paid attack ads out on the president to hurt his reelection?

              Again, I love Kellyanne, but it rather an odd and tough situation. In this election season, every vote counts and one of your principal advisor’s husband is doing that? Idk.

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            • rvsueandcrew says:

              I agree with you strateshooter. I try to evaluate people based on their actions, not based on the actions of their spouse.

              Kellyanne has been loyal to Pres. Trump and MAGA. She helped him get elected and deserves our appreciation.

              To publicly spread doubt about her seems like something a Democrat would do. For what little we know, she may despise her husband. Not our business.

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              • jello333 says:

                Don’t know if it’s true, but I’ve heard that the main reason KellyAnne hasn’t dumped the guy is because he’s got some real mental issues. I don’t just mean what we can all see on the surface… but rather real, diagnosed, needing-meds type condition. Again this is just “rumors”, but it would make some sense. A lot of really bad stuff can be forgiven if you know the person is not really able to control their terrible actions. An illness, in other words.

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                • buzzybee says:

                  Thank you, jello. This makes sense. We do not know what truly goes on behind closed doors. I love Kellyanne and think she’s doing a wonderful job.

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        • oldumb says:

          Would it be fair if your wife was denied a job because of your comment? You kid and/or grandchildren be belittled because of what you said? Of course not, that is why your comment is so lame. Kellyanne should not be held accountable for her husband.

          What a slippery slope people like you would create, if we gave you the space. Hate is destructive and evil no matter the form.

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      • TreeClimber says:

        I would vote for Grenell…

        Liked by 3 people

      • fireflamestoves says:

        No way; George has no business anywhere near the White House!

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  6. woohoowee says:

    PT45 knows a warrior when he finds one 🙂 Go, Kaleigh! Never let up.

    Liked by 10 people

    • old deplorable owl says:

      I keep thinking I would happily buy Kayleigh one of those 12 ga. double-barrel coach guns if she would pull it out from under the lectern and lay it in front of her when the jackals start their snarling and sniping!
      As the commercial said: “Priceless”!

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  7. Publius2016 says:

    excellent questions! ask Obama spokesperson?

    Liked by 4 people

  8. Kerry Gimbel says:

    Kayleigh knows how to put the press in a very awkward position. Love it

    Liked by 7 people

  9. avocadodipp says:

    OUTSTANDING! What a Leader!

    Loved the planned question by OAN – Kayleigh knocked it out of the ballpark! Just outstanding.

    Liked by 12 people

  10. swampfox999 says:

    Gave off a Nurse Ratched vibe today.

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  11. TwoLaine says:

    Note to self:

    Neither the PBS or the Fox link were showing the graphs. They have purposely set the camera so it will not show them.

    ONLY the White House link showed the graphs.

    Liked by 8 people

  12. 335blues says:

    You are awesome Kayleigh. You asked the hard questions that real journalists would be asking.
    But it is brutally apparent there was NO journalists in that room. There are a precious few real
    journalists left in this country, but none of them were in that room.
    I look forward to shiny new DNI Ratcliffe declassifying more damning evidence of how the criminal obama administration surveilled the Trump administration and thousands of innocent citizens.
    And for the fake journalists to sit there glassy eyed while you dress them down for being the
    fake news that they are.

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    • Jim in TN says:

      Those are performance artists. Their job is to get their face in the news. Worse than a plague of mimes. Wouldn’t be that surprised if they started working with scat, piss or covering their bodies in chocolate.

      I wonder how long ago the press decided to stop reporting news and started crafting stories to control and entertain us.? Long ago that was called yellow journalism. Then it was called propaganda. Now it is called media. As in news media.

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      • Tornarosa says:

        Jim, if they were in Bengal or Kenya they would be called “Brush Beaters.” Their job being to go in advance of the hunting party, the Editors, to use tricks and make noise to create a newsworthy quote for their masters. Dangerous job. Sometime get eaten.

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      • buzzybee says:

        @Jim in TN… Your question about how long ago the press decided to stop reporting news and began crafting stories…etc.? I’ve been pondering this for some years now. I think it began when CPUSA assigned some of their members to infiltrate the press.

        I can’t prove it; it’s just a theory of mine. But it seems to me that with so many Marxist professors in universities, the schools of ‘journalism’ (so called) have been teaching Marxist ideaology along with the attendant kool aid refreshments. Thus the mainstream post modern universities have churched out graduates of yellow journalism who have red philosophies.

        They also know how to make coffee and weave baskets.

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  13. oldersoul says:

    The tyranny governors may ignore and disregard the President’s directive. And they may do it conspicuously and notoriously for maximum impact upon the Executive and the federal government.

    This is the acid test for William Barr, Attorney General of the United States.

    So far, this Department of Justice has done virtually nothing to address the wholesale violation of Constitutional rights going on in these rogue states. That is precisely the job of the Department of Justice. And the entire Civil Rights era is its guidebook.

    In fact, Barr only issued a statement that he would even contemplate these wholesale violations concerning religious freedoms starting the week AFTER Holy Week, the most important week of worship for Christianity in this Nation. As I mentioned at that time, it was if the fire department promised to arrive after the house had already burned down. They never showed up anyway.

    And he has so far remained silent over the encroachment by a rogue federal district judge into the primacy of the Executive in criminal matters. That is also the exclusive domain of the Department of Justice. An adverse result would create a dangerous precedent that would potentially reverberate for decades. In fact, the Court of Appeals in the Flynn matter have directly invited the DOJ to protect its threatened interest. He had better well damn do so. That issue is far bigger than the Flynn case. It is not the province of the Judiciary to unilaterally undertake criminal prosecutions.

    The DOJ’s palpable inaction under William Barr during this critical time has been conspicuous and deleterious. CBS interviews are no substitute for substantive actions.

    If the DOJ fails to file immediate federal enforcement actions against states that refuse to comply with the President’s directive today concerning the right to assemble and involving religious freedoms — both Constitutionally-protected rights — Barr should be fired immediately. If he fails to do so, he has miserably failed the key test and purpose of an effective Attorney General — to protect and defend the Constitution.

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    • 335blues says:

      AG Barr has accomplished so little of actually doing his job,
      he should give back most of his salary because he hasn’t earned it.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Dutchman says:

        Barr has done a pretty good job, considering the circumstances, of doing the job he was hired to do.

        His job is to be like a hockey goalie; to stand in front of the goal, and block any scoring shots by the opposition team.

        The opposition team would be everyone who WANTS disclosure AND CONSEQUENCES, for the ongoing coup.

        He has only moved when absolutely FORCED to. He ended Mueller when it became clear it WASN’T going to achieve its primary goal, of getting PDJT to fire them (leading to Obstruction of Justice impeachment charge) , or commit perjury (perjury trap) and for it to continue any longer was worse for the coup, than ‘wrapping it up’.

        He and Durham went to Europe, and sealed off all evidence of CIA involvement, or involvement of western Intelligence agencies.

        He ordered the prosecutor to review the Flynn case, because Sidneys plain language filings, along with Boasbergs decisions, FORCED him to similarly ‘wind it down’, ….

        Beyond that, like mueller team, he is acting in a way that emulates Mueller team; the “Costanza gambit”; make PDJT fire him, and take over running DOJ personally, so they can impeach for,…Obstruction of Justice and Abuse of Power.

        No doubt Barr was also looking to get some inquiries from PDJT, which he could spin as political pressure, which is why PDJT has stayed stricktly “hands off” with Barr.

        Sullivan, Barr are trying to manipulate PDJT, but it ain’t gonna happen, not before Nov.4, anyway.

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    • Tornarosa says:

      Oldersoul, as I read your note II had a vision of our Champion, PDJT, carrying the weight of the entire federal government on his shoulders, like Atlas carrying the World

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  14. MicD says:

    He’s dying to go back to Church :/

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  15. Barnestormer says:

    Kayleigh ended with a bang, but she could have handled the earlier barage by acknowledging that yes, PDJT did say open the houses of worship now, for this weekend, that they were essential, that he would override governors who would insist otherwise.

    But she got seduced by the false representation of what Birx actually said, which true recommendation was directed at individuals who could be at risk, suggesting they use their best judgment–maybe wait a week or so, before attending a re-opened place of worship. Birx did not contradict the president about the immediate re-opening.

    Another case of media’s deceptive misreporting of language to create a manufactured dispute.

    Liked by 4 people

    • PatriotKate says:

      Despite this, a lot of churches aren’t going to open soon. I know two local Baptist churches that could be open this weekend (NC – judge overruled the Governor). One of the churches is doing only outdoor services, weather permitting. Won’t do indoor services until August! The other one is doing outside services and unclear when they will open. My little non-denominational church will have services this Sunday.

      They have managed to terrify most everyone.

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      • buzzybee says:

        @Barnestormer and @PatriotKate….. Good points. I think that the main idea in this instance is the FREEDOM of religion. POTUS gets this very well. It shouldn’t be up to government entities to tell churches whether to open or stay closed or WHEN to open at this point in time. It should be up to the people; the churches and their congregants.

        Per our constitution, people can decide to go or not go to church. That’s the whole purpose of our constitutional rights. Freedom of decision to practice one’s faith. Or not. This may vary between states and communities, depending on how flat the curve is, etc. But the point POTUS made is about freedom.

        Otherwise maybe we have to go to underground churches, like in China.

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    • Dutchman says:

      And she could have pointed out that if we can safely shop in a grocery store, or have a press briefing like this, Americans can safely attend worship.

      If abortions can be ‘performed’ safely (at least in terms of transmitting Who-flu, even if not ‘safe’for the unborn) than beauty parlor procedures can surely be ‘performed’ with ‘safety’.

      She does her homework, have yet to see her unprepared. Being able to think quick on your feet, while the press are,all throwing spitballs at you,…not easy. She does it with grace, poise, charm and intelligence, and even humor.

      She did all right. Its really hard to remember to reject the premise of the question.

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  16. 335blues says:

    THE FAKE NEWS YELLS ‘ By what authority would president Trump override governors
    who refuse to allow citizens to practice their faith’?
    BY THE FIRST AMENDMENT YOU MORONS!

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    • buzzybee says:

      @335blues….. Yes, absolutely!! I’m just wondering what mechanism he would use to do an override. An EO? Just curious.

      I think Kayleigh was caught between a rock and a hard place because PDJT’s remark about override was off the cuff, although she always handles herself well. I love her!

      I believe cornering her is like cornering a bobcat.

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      • Ninja7 says:

        buzzybee, But that is such a lovely bobcat.🤗😁

        Love watching, listening to the Grace and poise of Kayleigh.As she destroys the presstitutes 🤗😁 It’s like therapy.

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        • buzzybee says:

          Agree wholeheartedly, Ninja7. Watching Kayleigh these days is now one of my favorite forms of entertainment. It’s cathartic. Indeed like therapy.

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      • trialbytruth says:

        doesnt need a EO he is the chief law enforcement officer in the country, He simply directs his Attorney General to enforce the law….. What other tools can he use to enforce the law well lets see Eisenhower send troops to segregate schools so Civil Rights can be very uncivilly enforced.

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  17. WeThePeople2016 says:

    I can’t stand listening to her.

    Liked by 3 people

    • Landslide says:

      I acted like a 3 year old and put my fingers in my ears as she yapped in the other room!!😱🤣 (She doesn’t bother my hubby and I needed to be in this room during her yapping) Note to self: buy a headset for Father’s Day!! 🤪

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    • donnajeanz says:

      Is it me or her voice…I cannot stand to listen to her grainy voice acting so important. As her and her buddy destroyed lives, especially our precious children. They have been upended and will suffer. They need to be in school, learning, laughing and loving to be with their friends. And most important playing, running and jumping around like God wants His fun loving children to be in fresh air and Sunshine… Keep God in America, Keep your Soul…

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    • Magabear says:

      Newsflash to Dr. Gloom, if this virus is so contagious, you’re gonna get it eventually anyway, so everyone who is healthy and doesn’t have a compromised immune system, have fun this weekend!!!! 🎉🍔🍟🍕🇺🇸

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    • numbersixdance says:

      She’s had her 15 minutes…she’s only providing cover for the blue states. Adios.

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    • buzzybee says:

      I can’t stand listening to her either. Glad to know I’m not alone. Her remarks with using marked balls, and individual utensils, etc. reminds me of a kindergarten teacher. She treats adult citizens like children. Patronizing.

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    • Mr. Morris says:

      I actually think Dr.Birx is doing a good job. She showed many charts that explained the progress the country is making. It is time to reopen most of the country with precautions. There are some nervous Nellies that are scared and harrangue everybody to wear gloves, masks, and stay home. Dr. Birx alleyed those fears.
      Kayleigh is a firecracker. She is prepared, cool and collected. I anticipate with great joy the press fulfilling their homework assignment. What grade will we give them? Tune in on Tuesday.

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  18. TJ says:

    Reports: Dr. Fauci tied to Deep State, Soros, Gates & Clintons
    (OAN)

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  19. Landslide says:

    As Sundance says……Jumpin’ ju-ju bones!!!! I just watched Kaleigh!!!! Thank you, God, for giving this young woman the perfect disposition, the strong backbone, and the keen mind that she needed for such a time as this. I can just see Stephen Miller sitting in the next room cracking up laughing and high-fiving someone while Kayleigh speaks.🤣😂👍🏻🇺🇸

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  20. TJ says:

    Fauci Approved Chloroquine 15 Years Ago to Cure Coronaviruses

    “Chloroquine is effective in preventing the spread of SARS CoV in cell culture. Favorable inhibition of virus spread was observed when the cells were either treated with chloroquine prior to or after SARS CoV infection.”

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  21. therearesomewhocallme says:

    I couldn’t see the Dr. Birx slides, pretty sad camera work Fox.

    Phone it in Friday?

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  22. donnajeanz says:

    Keep God in America, Keep your Soul…Amen

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  23. Doppler says:

    Absolutely superb!

    The press secretary, she is a killer!

    Fun to watch, but, more importantly, challenging to them on the fundamental role of journalism. She even linked the freedom to worship to the freedom of the press to be here asking questions to the same First Amendment, all the right the President needs to order the reopening. And challenging in the way a brighter better more positive boss demands improvement from her wayward and demoralized team.

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    • Tornarosa says:

      I caught that too. Brilliant. Like the way she characterized them as a bunch of people who were so eager to shut down churches = offense. Press boy: “I want to go to church too! But I want to know it’s safe.” = defense

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  24. tax2much says:

    I love her. Best hire to date.

    Liked by 1 person

  25. oldersoul hit it out of the park with:

    “If the DOJ fails to file immediate federal enforcement actions against states that refuse to comply with the President’s directive today concerning the right to assemble and involving religious freedoms — both Constitutionally-protected rights — Barr should be fired immediately. If he fails to do so, he has miserably failed the key test and purpose of an effective Attorney General — to protect and defend the Constitution.”

    PDJT sure can lay down a marker when one is needed. That is a polite way of saying he has nudged the AG. I really wanted to say he jabbed him in the ass with a red hot poker.

    MAGA

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  26. A century ago, churches were also shut during the Spanish Flu Pandemic. They were reopened and no one thought about it.

    The difference is that today we have Democrats who want to shutter churches, pandemic or no pandemic, just as they already wanted to empty the jails before the first sneeze.

    Neither of those were true a century ago.

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  27. allhail2 says:

    I like this new boss lady.

    Treated them like school children. Here’s your homework, see you on Tuesday, mic drop, exit change left.

    Liked by 4 people

  28. TJ says:

    2003: Deadzone – Plague (Coronavirus Episode)

    China, SARS, Masks, Chloroquine…3 min.

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  29. TeaForAll says:

    Kaleigh YOU ARE A ROCK STAR

    Liked by 2 people

  30. JenMG says:

    This woman is a legit superstar. Love to watch how they play right into her hand and make themselves look like the fools every.single.time.

    Liked by 2 people

    • JC says:

      Every time I hear her say, “I’m glad you asked that question” or “that’s a very good question,” I scoot up to the edge of my seat and rub my hands together in sheer delight cuz this is going to be GOOD.

      As for today: have a nice weekend, ya’ big dumb chumps. Hahaha.

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  31. old sneakers says:

    This hits the progressives doubly hard as it rubs religion in their narcissistic conceited faces, and it will also take the wind out of cheat by mail. What a disastrous week they have had……hehe

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  32. vikingmom says:

    And including synagogues and mosques means that no one can claim the President is singling out any specific type of faith system so they can’t even use the oft-misunderstood “separation of church and state” phrase (which of course is not actually in any official legal documents written by the Founders).

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  33. MfM says:

    I’m betting this was a zinger at DeBlasio in NYC. Trump likely has seen the targeting of mainly the orthodox community in NY and this was a push back.

    I’m sure other groups have also been wanting it, but I’m betting on this being really targeted against NY.

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  34. numbersixdance says:

    Love an attractive, intelligent, articulate, conservative female!

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  35. MaineCoon says:

    The beatings will continue until morale improves!!

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  36. Right Mover says:

    So, Monday Trump revealed that he has been taking hydroxychloroquine.

    Today, they held an impromptu WH presser about the virus and the reopening of the country (and churches), and although Dr. Birx was there, Fauci was nowhere to be found.

    But EARLIER in the day, Fauci went on record on CNBC as saying it would be dangerous to keep the nation and the economy shut down for any longer than necessary.

    I believe–and hope–there is some correlation between all three of the above incidents. The governors, colleges, school superintendents and sports commissioners are all using Fauci as their go-to authority, and if HE’S now saying what he said today (in other words, if he has FLIPPED), I consider these three things taken together to be a very big deal.

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    • Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

      Maybe someone showed Fauci an estimate of the number of deaths from suicide, drinking and drugging, and untreated medical conditions.

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    • CountryDoc says:

      Maybe Fauci was in the phrase, “we caught them all” and he has given Fauci enough rope to hang himself or humiliate himself by flipping in order to save his bacon.

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    • hawkins6 says:

      I hope the President stops taking hydroxychloroquine.

      It’s probably worth taking early with an antibiotic and maybe zinc if Covid is detected but IMO, it is not worth taking (or any other non-essential prescribed medication) for weeks or months (esp. when a person is over seventy) just as a preventative treatment–no matter how low a risk it might be. Was the hydroxy or any of its ingredients made in China?

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  37. Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

    I look forward to watching Kayleigh McEnany’s press conferences! Wow! I love how she asks the fake news fake journalists to follow up on certain questions. lol I don’t know if this style is McEnany’s idea or someone else’s, but it’s brilliant. 🙂

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  38. Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

    The WH Press Secretary abruptly ended the presser by giving the wannabe journ0lists some homework. Guess how many will flunk that assignment? Thinking 100% failure rate.

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  39. fred5678 says:

    Sundance, please check your spell-checker.

    “Press Beatdown” and “Press Humiliation” keep getting misspelled as “Press Briefing”.

    PS – I LOVE the homework assignments Kayleigh gives out on a Friday afternoon!!!

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  40. hawkins6 says:

    Kayleigh is not afraid to rile the corrupt Dem press and neither is OAN’s intrepid reporter Chanel Rion who has been labeled a “reporter from the pro Trump channel.” An honorable role IMO.

    The jackals have no doubt been planning ways to counteract Kayleigh’s brilliant tactics but she was ready and shut them down sharply and effectively before they could dominate the situation. She also has the advantage of the last comment and question period which is a clever and effective tactic and must greatly frustrate the anti Trump press that is accustomed to bullying and badgering their prey or claiming poor me victim status like the CBS actress and serial race-baiter Weijia Jiang.

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  41. Robert Holmes says:

    John C Dvorak, one of the hosts of the No Agenda Show Podcast think this kid is a rare talent. They play clips of her and just giggle about what damage she does. John refers to her as a mean girl. He thinks she’s fabulous. They’re not too generous with praise and will be strait when dealing with gaffs on either side of the aisle.

    I think it’s remarkable the poise, and intelligence that a 32 year old can have..

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  42. jenncarp2013 says:

    Look at the Bait and Switch by Dr. Birx. It was not stop the spread on March 14th. It was Flatten the Curve.

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  43. Baby Hurley says:

    That was an epic end to a press conference, wow!!!

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    • gabytango says:

      “Epic” doesn’t even begin! Her exit was SPECTACULAR! There were SLIDES for the “visual learners” with the questions on them! She treated them as the petulant, misbehaving, virulent children they are! Wow!

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      • JC says:

        That was my favorite part today, gaby. Had to hold my laughter to the end so I could hear every word.

        She’s like the elegant southern debutante at the ball. She approaches the elite and most eligible young man and says, “I’m going to cut your head off and roll it down the stairs, then feed it to the gators in the swamp.” She flutters her fan and utters in her most honeyed voice, “do have a lovely evening… y’all.”

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  44. CountryDoc says:

    Awesome. I agree, I want to see the faces of those “journalists”.

    That’s it, call out the frickin’ elephant in the room. Highlight the game. Highlight their bias. Highlight the process by which they craft lies to the American Public.

    Love Kayleigh’s “here are some questions any good, inquisitive journalist would be asking.

    Take control of the narrative and put it where it should be.

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  45. Patience says:

    Honey badger
    >will not be badgered

    Civics and Journalism classes are in session. MAGA !

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  46. rah says:

    The woman takes no prisoners. She ruthlessly guts the liars and deceivers right in front of everyone then walks off smiling as they scream in pain. These press briefings are becoming more like public executions of the “press”.

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  47. Troublemaker10 says:

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