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Trump In China

President Donald J. Trump is in China, discussing serious issues like trade and North Korea. If you follow the Fake News Media today, much of what they are talking about is a statement he made during a meeting. That President Trump doesn′t blame China for the trade imbalance with the United States. Had the Fake News Media been actually paying attention, they would know that President Donald Trump has been saying this all through his 2016 election campaign. He has always blamed Barack Obama, and other presidents and U.S. officials for being foolish patsies.



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One Year After Trump Election Victory

Here it is! November 8, 2017, one year after Donald J. Trump was elected President of the United States of America! Will you celebrate today by rejoicing? That we will now Make America Great Again? Or, will you join those Liberals still agitated after a year who plan to scream at the sky and clouds? Funny how many Liberals are now saying we need to put the election behind us now that Donna Brazile is telling her side of the inside story behind the Hillary Clinton defeat. But, after one year, America is already moving forward as The Age of Trump reshapes the world.



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Trump Visits Japan, Heads For South Korea

President Donald J. Trump began his 12-day Asia trip arriving in Japan Sunday morning, local time. He first landed at Yokota Air Base where he spoke to a hanger full of U.S. military personnel. The President and First Lady were warmly greeted by our troops, who supplied our Commander in Chief with a cool flight jacket. President Trump then went to Tokyo and met with Japan′s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. They played a round of golf together and discussed North Korea and other issues, such as trade.



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Jimmy Carter Defends Trump, Bashes Obama

Former President Jimmy Carter is defending President Donald Trump, observing that The Media has been extremely harsh against him. During an interview by the New York Times, Carter even accuses Trump′s critics of exaggerating how bad Trump is. Carter says that nobody can be as bad as the Trump haters paint our current President. Jimmy Carter does have some harsh words about Barack Obama, calling Obama′s presidency ″a failure″. Carter also provided an example of how Michelle Obama dissed Rosalynn Carter, excluding her from an event of former First Ladies gathered to raise awareness on mental illness. Mrs. Carter has worked for many years on this cause, and was quite miffed at being left out.



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Trump, McConnell Say Tax Reform Top Priority

President Donald Trump hosted a meeting at the White House yesterday, which included Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY). Whatever tensions between these two men appear to have been set aside as they discussed future legislative agenda. Both told reporters during a Rose Garden press conference that tax reform was a ″top priority″. President Trump wants it completed before the end of the year while McConnell only offered to have it done during the current Congress, which ends at the start of 2019. On the optimistic side, Wall Street reacted positively to the meeting with the Dow Jones Industrial Average nearing the 23,000 mark.



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Trump Signs Obamacare Changes

Yesterday, President Donald J. Trump signed an executive order literally ending Obamacare. He lifted major restrictions caused by the so-called, Affordable Care Act. The new executive order will allow business and labor organizations to create their own health insurance exchanges. Individuals will also be allowed to acquire short-term insurance policies more suited to their own needs. President Trump also lifted restrictions which prevented insurance companies from offering policies across state lines. Naturally, Democratic Party hacks and Liberal lackey pundits cried foul, saying that President Trump is abusing the power of executive orders. However, we must keep in mind that when Barack Obama used executive orders, they were designed to add restrictions and reduce choices and options for citizens. President Trump is using his power to give citizens more freedoms, choices and options.



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Trump Tweets On NBC Fake News

The Media is all up in arms again with backlash over the recent Trump tweets on the NBC fake news stories about nuclear weapons. NBC News has been putting out a steady stream of fake news this week. First, claiming that Secretary of State Rex Tillerson was considering resigning and called President Trump a ″moron″. After Tillerson set the record straight, denying the report, NBC News next claimed that President Trump told the Pentagon he wanted a ″ten-fold″ increase in nuclear weapons. Secretary of Defense James Mattis refuted that story. Not only would such a build up violate treaties but the cost would be astronomical. Still, NBC News and their lackeys at MSNBC are fueling the flames of discord. So, President Donald Trump suggested in a tweet that perhaps the FCC should pull the licenses on NBC.



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Putting A Cork In Bob Corker

Senator Bob Corker has decided not to run for reelection. Good! I′m happy! One less bozo to muck up the works. Corker recently attacked President Donald Trump, claiming that Trump′s rhetoric could start World War 3. Really, Bob? Is that what you truly think? Last time I heard, President Donald J. Trump was not shooting missiles over Japan. Nor was he practicing attacking U.S. aircraft carriers in the Straits of Hormuz. No, President Donald J. Trump has been consistently working and talking about how to Make America Great Again. He is a man of peace, but is rational enough to understand that sometimes, when pushed, you have to fight back. Not roll over and hand billions of dollars to international bullies and warmongers.



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Trump Visits Puerto Rico

President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania visited Puerto Rico yesterday. They saw first-hand the devastation left by Hurricanes Irma and Maria. Both were briefed by federal officials, as well as by mayors and the governor of the island territory. While the relief effort has been slow to roll out due to logistical issues, progress is being made as supplies shipped in are starting to reach those in need. As usual, some are trying to politicize the tragedy, such as the Mayor of San Juan. But some of her statements, such as an outbreak of cholera, have been proven false. Still, even Sen. Chuck Schumer tried to make a joke told by President Trump a major gaffe.



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Paul Manafort Wiretapped, Trump Was Right Again

CNN reported the other day that Paul Manafort was being wiretapped by the FBI and Department of Justice both before and after his stint was a campaign manager for Donald Trump. Two FISA Court warrants were used to conduct surveillance on Manafort, possibly including his apartment/office at Trump Tower in New York. So, once again, we may have more proof that President Donald Trump was right when he tweeted on Twitter about Barack Obama spying on him. The President originally tweeted after stories were published by both the New York Times back in January and another story from in March. The immediate reaction by most of the news media, as well as by many members of Congress, including Paul Ryan, was to dismiss this allegation. Many in The Media, including Shep Smith at Fox News, called the President a liar.



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Trump Lectures UN On Principled Realism

President Donald J. Trump addressed the United Nations General Assembly for the first time this morning. His speech slammed rogue states like North Korea, Iran, Syria and Venezuela. He even fired a shot at Russia for meddling with Ukraine and China for its aggressive actions in the Western Pacific. President Trump also was critical of the UN and its failings towards making the world a better place. He then lectured the UN on the concept of ′principled realism′, where decisions are made not based on ideology but on outcome. The President assured the audience that America will always be a great friend to the world, but that they should not expect to get away with unfair advantages any longer.



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Mitch McConnell Dino-Sour On Tax Reform

While President Donald Trump wants tax reform this year, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is in no hurry. The reigning ′Dino-Sour′ in the Senate is talking about holding off on any tax cuts or reform until next year. Many wish that McConnell would take an early retirement and go home. Meanwhile, President Trump will begin a 7-week blitz of 13 states to push for his agenda. He has been holding meetings and even dinners with members of both political parties to get the ball rolling on tax cuts and reform. Can America′s deal maker get the job done?



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Trump Cuts Deal With Democrats

President Donald Trump cut a deal with Democrats on raising the Debt Ceiling. The measure was tacked on to the legislation to provide some $15 Billion dollars for disaster relief for Hurricane Harvey victims. FEMA will also spend some of this cash on the ongoing preparations for Hurricane Irma. The bill will raise the Debt Ceiling through till December to keep the country solvent. By doing this, President Trump has cleared the deck, allowing Congress to focus on the Federal Budget, due by October 1st, and on tax cuts with reforms. September is going to be a short month for Congress, with just a few working days available to do something.



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Trump On DACA, Gives Congress 6 Months

President Donald Trump has made a decision on DACA, the so-called immigration ′Dream Act′. Attorney General Jeff Sessions made the announcement yesterday that the DACA program will be wound down over the next 6 months. Those illegal immigrants whose permits expire before the end of October will still be renewed, but by March, no new permits will be granted. The decision gives Congress 6 months to act on DACA.



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Trump In Texas, Louisiana

On Saturday, President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump visited both Texas and Louisiana. They made multiple stops in Houston, Lake Charles and other locations ravaged by Hurricane Harvey. The President and First Lady met with First Responders and volunteer rescue teams, like the Cajun Navy, and with victims of the devastating storm. They toured relief centers and even lent a hand in helping pass out food and supplies to refugees still forced out of their homes by floods.



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Trump Slams Comey For Phony Hillary Email Probe

Was the FBI probe into Hillary Clinton′s use of a private email server rigged from the start? New information appears to point towards it being rigged. President Donald Trump slammed James Comey on Twitter yesterday over the new reports. According to sources within the offices of Senators Charles Grassley and Lindsey Graham, it would seem so. Investigators from the Senate Intelligence Committee have been questioning current and former FBI officials. Some say that in mid-May of 2016, FBI Director James Comey was circulating an email with a draft memo exonerating Hillary Clinton from any criminal charges. Some officials told investigators that a draft was being circulated even earlier in April of 2016. Months before some 17 key witnesses and staff members, including Hillary Clinton, herself, were questioned by the FBI.



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Trump Tax Reform Speech

″I don′t want to be disappointed by Congress, do you understand me?″ That was one of the great lines from the President Donald Trump tax reform speech yesterday. He spoke to a crowd in Springfield. Missouri about tax cuts and simplifying the tax code. The President began by praising all of those in Texas responding to the natural disaster caused bu once Hurricane Harvey. He then expressed his ′empathy′ with the victims of the storm, promising them that his administration stands with them for the long haul in recovery. But, most of the speech dealt with tax relief for the Middle Class, boosting the economy and making America great again for business.



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Trump Texas Visit, Harvey Update

President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump went to Texas yesterday to visit with those managing the response to Hurricane Harvey. Now a tropical storm, Harvey has set records for most rainfall in Texas with about 52 inches in some locations. The President and his wife arrived first in Corpus Christi, about 30 miles south from where Harvey came ashore last Friday. They then went to Austin, the state capitol. At both stops, POTUS and FLOTUS were briefed by federal, state and local officials as to how the relief effort is going and what more is needed. Before leaving for Austin, the President gave a quick speech at a fire station in Corpus Christi, waving a state flag of Texas and providing words of encouragement.



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President Donald Trump Pardons Joe Arpaio

President Donald Trump has issued a pardon for former Arizona sheriff Joe Arpaio. The President had been promising to do so earlier this week. Sheriff Joe was the target a of witch hunt by the Barack Obama Justice Department for the past few years. He was later convicted of criminal contempt when Arpaio disobeyed a court order to stop arresting illegal immigrants who had not committed any additional crimes. But Sheriff Joe considered such immigrants as criminals due to their crossing the border and entering our country illegally. So he arrested them anyway. The Liberal-Democrat mayor of Phoenix said of the pardon that President Trump has slapped the faces of citizens of Maricopa County.



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Media Reaction To Trump Phoenix Rally

What can I say? The reaction to the President Donald Trump Phoenix rally by the Fake News Media was as expected. Most panned the speech, upset that he spent much his the time bashing them for their coverage of the Charlottesville response. President Trump felt he had to address it, as it is what most of The Media has been talking about for over a week now. Forget that the economy is doing great or that North Korea blinked and backed down from threatening us. The Fake News Media continues to lie about how President Trump responded to Charlottesville.



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