President Trump Remarks on Rebuilding Infrastructure – 3:10pm ET Livestream

Today, President Trump travels to Atlanta, Georgia, to deliver remarks on rebuilding of America’s infrastructure “Faster, Better, Stronger.” Anticipated start time 3:10pm ET

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66 Responses to President Trump Remarks on Rebuilding Infrastructure – 3:10pm ET Livestream

  1. helmhood says:

    Another state President Trump is going to hold in November. He sure did win a lot of states. That’s called an Electoral College landslide, and the media still won’t be able to figure out what hit them.

    Liked by 7 people

    • Bill Durham says:

      The big fella up to 48% in Rasmussen. Those are pre covid numbers. I don’t have a great feeling but i think he is on the upswing. The media keeps jumping the shark and their outrage porn is tiresome.

      Liked by 5 people

    • bertdilbert says:

      PBS title of the video: Trump looks to scale back environmental reviews for infrastructure projects.

      WH title of the video: President Trump Delivers Remarks on the Rebuilding of America’s Infrastructure.

      PBS had to get their 2 cent talking point in. Caution, PBS will be counting mail in ballots….

      Liked by 5 people

      • Beau Geste says:

        DEFUND PBS !! instead of the police.
        I think this propaganda mill PBS and affiliates get $500million from taxpayers to take the country down.
        It is a political propaganda machine paid by taxpayers to destroy the taxpayers’ country. It must be defunded.

        Liked by 8 people

  2. fangdog says:

    You begin to really realize the media people are not very smart. They further handicaps themselves by being able to only see what they believe. To further exasperate themselves; they have no humor, are arrogant, rude and obnoxious. They constantly remind me how much I would love to smash their faces.

    Liked by 8 people

    • Bill Durham says:

      Biden did 2 events. He took a knee in Scranton and nobody was there. He went to a plant and only reporters showed. Then he goes back in the basement to recover for 5 days. Wtf

      Liked by 8 people

    • FrankieZee says:

      You nailed it when you said they have no HUMOR. Like Rush always says they are never happy. They wake up everyday and look in the mirror and are pissed off. Now wonder they are NUTS>

      Liked by 5 people

    • go head there is plenty subjects in…PORTLAND ..for practice….

      Liked by 1 person

    • northwoodswatcher says:

      I work daily with the press, as I call them, and have done so since 1976. I know we’re not supposed to generalize, but my experience is that a vast majority are lazy and often not that well-informed. For many years we couldn’t talk about bias, but it was always there, in spades.

      Many members of the press are imperious and snobbish — elitists — and I think we know which press outlets we’re talking about: top of the list is The New York Slimes.

      Common sense tends not to be very common among those in the press. Nowadays those who come out of college to work in the press seem to have made it all the way through four years of classes without learning anything about how the world actually works.

      I wanted to work on a newspaper when I got out of college. A city editor dissuaded me, and instead, as he advised, I went into PR. The city editor explained that there wasn’t much money working on a paper. He said the main reason that people went to work on newspapers was that they came out of college wanting to change the world.

      I always remembered that. And it is true. “Journalistic objectivity” is a nonsense concept. It doesn’t exist now, and I doubt that it ever did.

      Liked by 7 people

  3. rayvandune says:

    But what new plot is the Deep State cooking up? They will already know what many of us here suspect, that Trump is building to a strong victory, and their survival depends on stopping him!

    Liked by 3 people

    • Allano says:

      Grab em by the p……… did not work
      Stormy Daniels did not work
      Manafort did not work
      Cohen did not work
      Stone did not work
      Ukraine did not work
      Impeachment did not work
      The virus is not going to work
      Prediction: Next ‘hoax” will be detonation of a thermonuclear device in _________ that will be blamed on President DJT.


      • Orygun says:

        That is a scary thought! Then again these people only value their lives.


        • I believe they would “sacrifice” their own lives if they thought it would mean they left the world totally in their world view for the rest of time…

          They are already about as tolerant, peaceful, and diverse as the moslem jihadi!

          And they are a cult as well.

          Liked by 1 person

          • dd_sc says:

            Burn civilization to the ground with the hope of ruling the ash heap.

            Liked by 1 person

            • Dutchman says:

              Actually, for a time I posted here that China couldn’t really do anything to counter PDJT’s trade moves, BECAUSE they were dependant on selling their crap into the U.S. market, in order to sustain their own economy and keep their people happy.

              So, I naively thought they wouldn’t get in a ‘shooting war ‘ with us, because that would be killing the “golden goose”.

              Well, several here, including A2 took me to the woodshed, and adjusted my thinking.

              If CCP detirmines that as a result of PDJT’s trade policies, they are going to lose the U.S. market anyway, then they have no reason not to, and very good reasons TO kill the goose laying golden eggs.

              Firstly, its stopped laying golden eggs. Secondly, it stands as an impediment to their goal of World domination.

              And, I read the paper by the two cornels (damn, s?) now Generals in the Chinese Army, on assymetrical warfare.

              Point is, either an EMP attack or an attavk on U.S. soil hitting 20 or so key electric substations, could/would take down the U.S. power grid.

              If it was me, I’d do it around Nov. 4-5th.
              Create maximum chaos, ……

              Just sayin, me I’ma prepping!

              Liked by 1 person

              • 🍺Gunny66 says:

                China has too many people and “Cannot” feed them all.

                They trimmed the older population with the virus.

                They will trim the younger population by “War”

                Yes, they can create havoc, EMP’s etc.

                But their primary method is “Money”

                They could never survive Global War with the US.

                Just sayin


                • I keep thinking what Kerri Kupek said in the posted interview above with Bill Hemmer on Fox Gunny.

                  She pointed out that China thinks ” In decades and centuries” while American businesses think in quarterly reports and yearly profit margins.

                  I am honestly not sure what China will do to take out the obstacle that America is now.

                  Any country that thinks in centuries and makes their countries plans by hundreds of years just might do anything.


                • Dutchman says:

                  No, they could not ‘win’ a conventional, bullets and bombs “hot” war with us.

                  Their doctrine STARTING point, is that NO ONE could win such a war. It then goes on to describe a group of strategies and tactics, including EMP, Economic, Cyber, bio, etc. that it could employ to defeat us.

                  It seems to me PDJT having ‘called them out’ on their stealth 30 year war against us, using their most powerful weopon (Corruption) and attacking us on the economic front, they are now clearing their shelves, using infiltration/subversion to create discord, and Bio with the Whu-flu.

                  Why would we think they wouldn’t use attacks on our infrastructure,…specifically the Power Grid?
                  They can set it up to blame Norks, or domestic terrorists.

                  “But their primary methos is “Money”.
                  If you mean CORRUPTION, I fully agree. Their most powerful and effective method,…stealing it from us, and then using it to corrupt our institutions, in order to undermine us.

                  And very hard to fight against, which I suspect is why PDJT has worked so hard to cut off the $ supply, thru trade.

                  Anyway, working every day to finish my system, so I won’t be dependant on the grid, and almost there!
                  Just sayin,..


          • Rhoda R says:

            No. The movement leaders won’t sacrifice their own lives but would be more than willing to sacrifice the lives of the young idiots who are their followers – particularly those white, guilt ridden fools who think that a protest or two is a major accomplishment in life.


      • Robert Smith says:

        Nuclear/EMP bomb goes off, martial law and election is cancelled. Then Trump holds every card. Seems counterproductive.


        • northwoodswatcher says:

          Turns out we already went to war with Red China once. It was called the Korean War.

          Say what you will about General Douglas MacArthur — and I certainly think he ought to have been retired for his failures in defending The Philippines — but his plan to use multiple atom bombs against the Chinese human wave attacks, their airfields, etc., would have ended the war immediately, with far fewer U.S. casualties, and with victory.

          The main problem with MacArthur’s plan was that the prevailing winds might have carried radioactive debris into Allied-occupied Japan.

          Of course, Truman fired MacArthur and stuck to conventional war. Going nuclear in those days certainly would have entirely reshaped history, starting with the Cold War, which, instead, continued to the start of the 1990s. The USSR almost certainly would not have come into the war on the Chinese side — logistically, it would have been impossible as they had only the rickety Siberian RR to rely on — and otherwise it wasn’t to their benefit.

          Liked by 1 person

          • Rhoda R says:

            My Dad – no Truman fan at all – stated that he thought Truman was right mostly because people were tired of war at that point. Hind sight is always 2020, but you can’t forget the social and economic situation at the time the actual decision was made.


      • Disgusted says:

        well done Alano! Great recap!


      • gildie says:

        If it’s a dry August, I think they’ll be burning down our National Forests.
        Got this ugly hunch that won’t go away.
        Hope I’m wrong.

        Liked by 1 person

      • Ordinaryman says:

        No it does not need to be Thermonuclear only nuclear in Space EMP producer on an Iranian or North Korean rocket and a bomb made in China. They already have seen how we were helpless to the virus. Imagine no electricity or cell phone for months since most large Sub-stations transformers are now made in China.


      • LafnH20 says:

        That won’t work either…


  4. MicD says:

    PBS NEWS HOUR overlay: Trump looks to scale back environmental reviews for infrastructure projects.

    Trump looks to bring common sense back to environmental reviews for infrastructure projects.

    There I fixed it.

    Liked by 7 people

  5. goddessoftheclassroom says:

    President Trump looks as good today has he did when he came down the escalator. The clearly relishes the challenge God has given him.

    Liked by 15 people

  6. FL_GUY says:

    The best way to rebuild the infrastructure is to start with the indictments, prosecution and jailing of every D-rat that has stolen government money meant for infrastructure.

    Since that is practically every on of them in state government, there would be a LOT less D-rats. JMHO

    Liked by 6 people

    • Orygun says:

      The big Zero laughed about the jobs not really being shovel ready while he doled out billions to his friends. The Dem states are just money laundering machines and should be audited with a fine tooth comb.

      It would be nice to see some of these arrogant Governors perp walked out of the State mansions and put into another kind of state big house.

      Liked by 10 people

  7. Tornorosa says:

    Some Good! economic numbers out today. I didn’t hear anything about them in the news. wonder why… So here they are.
    Last Month Predicted Actual
    Empire State Mfg (Bell weather for overall Mfg) -0.2% 10.0% 17.2%
    Industrial Production 1.4% 4.5% 5.4%
    Capacity Utilization (Higher means expansion) 65.1% 67.9% 68.5%

    In other words, The Trump Train Economy is Picking Up Speed!

    Liked by 7 people

  8. delighteddeplorable says:

    President Trump always comes across as sincerely appreciative and gracious. And completely in love with America! How lucky are we?

    Liked by 6 people

  9. I’m a proud Georgian today!! Love my President!!

    Liked by 4 people

  10. sync says:

    Quinipiac says Trump now down by 15% vs Biden

    Deja vu?
    Dukakis Lead Widens, According to New Poll…. 55 to 38

    Fifty-five percent of the 948 registered voters interviewed in the poll said they preferred to see Mr. Dukakis win the 1988 Presidential election, while 38 percent said they preferred to see Mr. Bush win. The poll had a margin of sampling error of plus or minus four percentage points


    • Ausonius says:

      Quinnipiac is the worst of the worst. Who pays them for anything? How do they stay in business? Grants from Leftists to keep the false narrative going?

      Liked by 6 people

    • Beau Geste says:

      55% of 948 registered democrat voters, which has a sampling error of 95% ????

      All PDJT voters refused to answer, or hung up the phone, rather than be threatened by antifa or ‘activists’ who the police are ordered to let them assault, burn, steal and kill whoever they want.

      Liked by 3 people

    • Justin Green says:

      Hillary has a 76.245% chance of winning!
      Hillary will take Texas!

      Blah blah blah…. they won’t give up. The only poll that matters is November 8th.

      Liked by 3 people

  11. Norma Jean says:

    Victor Davis Hanson came out with a great piece on American Greatness about scaling the wall of 2020. He’s laid out a blueprint…perhaps our great President is already outlining a renaissance effort to reconfigure infrastructure.

    Liked by 3 people

    • Yes, my impression since VDH wrote this is that the president is adapting his message along these lines & is formulating a more defined plan for the future or, rather, spelling it out better so anyone without terminal TDS can figure it out .. . Noticed it both yesterday & today.

      Liked by 1 person

    • SharonKinDC says:

      I really like VDH, and appreciate his efforts on this piece. The thing is… he and most people do NOT have POTUS’ exquisite sense of timing. IMO, it’s too early for the ‘future’ plans. Heck, Sleepy Joe isn’t even the official nominee, yet. So, Trump is using the here and now to CONTINUE to make progress on his agenda items. Ignoring them and looking to the future is what usual do-nothing Presidents do, b/c they don’t have that much to brag about, nor are they getting so much done, in such little time as our VSG Trump.

      Liked by 2 people

      • gda53 says:

        Is is still true that people don’t pay attention until after Labour Day?

        And by “people” I mean normal people who are not on Twitter or consumed by social media 24/7.


  12. Justin Green says:

    If you want to “do infrastructure” then you need to audit the agencies responsible for it, not just dump money into it. I came to Baylor in Waco, Texas, in 1994 and I-35 has been under construction every single year since then. That’s 26 YEARS of construction on a road that has 1) not gotten additional lanes added, 2) not gotten any smoother, and 3) has had little to no periods of time where it wasn’t under construction.

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  13. northwoodswatcher says:

    I remember reading somewhere — probably in one of Stephen Ambrose’s histories — that when WWII ended Eisenhower, like a lot of old soldiers, was dang tired of destroying and wanted instead to build, build, build.

    Practically every species builds things. Anthills aren’t pyramids, but their process of building has been going on for a lot longer.

    It is always harder to build than to destroy, of course — a LOT harder! (Which is one reason why the blm/antifa scum have chosen to dwell as our planet’s lowest forms of life.) It also harder to build well. And even more difficult to build beautiful.

    The hardest of all is to build for the ages.

    The private companies who, for NASA, built the moonships, the structures in which they were housed, over which they moved, and from which they were launched into outer space, certainly were the most wondrous builders of our time — and perhaps of all time.

    President Trump is, at his core, a builder.

    He appears to be answering the same impulse that made Ike, as father of the Interstate highway system, easily the most ambitious and perhaps the Greatest Builder of All Time.

    We already knew how well Trump could build in the private sector with his hotels.

    We now know that he can move mountains in getting the federal government out of the way long enough to let private enterprise do what the Army Corps of Engineers could not do in building a border wall.

    I would dearly love to see what incredibly stupendous projects Trump could build in a 2nd term once freed of the anchor of the demonRAT lunatic asylum we call the House of Representatives.

    JFK was one of our poorest presidents, but the one good thing he did was that moon program. I grew up with Projects Mercury, Gemini, and Apollo, and cannot stress too strongly how the race to the lunar surface unleashed the best of America’s testoterone-driven Can-Do culture.

    Those of us born in the Fifties grew up in an era in which we could not believe our eyes.

    If Trump can somehow conjure up the Sixties’ “go fever” while sweeping away the estrogen-doused Cancel Culture of risk-averse snowflakes, I feel sure that we Baby Boomers will have a chance to ride out of this life the way we can in —

    — on a rocket ride to the stars.

    Liked by 5 people

  14. northwoodswatcher says:

    THAT Saturn V launch! Wow! Unbelievable. Sensational. Awe-inspiring.

    Man, it has been years since I’ve seen one of these Saturn launch videos.

    It was a true crime that Nixon cancelled Apollo 18, 19, and 20 to the moon.

    They had ALREADY CONSTRUCTED the Saturn V rockets along with the lunar landers…

    They had mapped out the missions…

    They had picked the astronauts…

    All they had to do was let them fly…

    Nixon wouldn’t do it:

    “NASA built 5 Apollo lunar landers that never launched into space. Here’s what happened to the historic moon ships”:

    Liked by 1 person

  15. Jackie Coleman says:

    More money for unions with infrastructure. They will turn around give most of the money to demonrats. Why do you think the infrastructure is bad to begin with?


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