My goodness – did Jeff Flake step in it, or what?
President Trump Reacts to Jeff Flake’s Call For a Delay on Kavanaugh
Townhall.com ^ | September 28, 2018 | Katie Pavlich
Posted on 9/28/2018, 4:59:07 PM by Kaslin
Speaking from the Oval Office Thursday afternoon, President Trump responded to new calls by Senator Jeff Flake (R-AZ) to delay a full confirmation vote for Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh until the FBI investigates sexual assault claims from nearly 40 years ago.
“I’m going to let the Senate handle that. They’ll make their decisions. They’ve been doing a good job and very professional. I’m just hearing a little bit about it because I’ve been with the president of Chile and were talking about some very important subjects. I’m sure it will all be very good. I guess the vote was a positive vote but there seems to be a delay. I’ll learn more about it as the day goes on. I just heard about it because we were together,” Trump said. “I’m going to rely on all the people, including Sen. Grassley who is doing a very good job. That is going to be a decision they are going to make and I suspect they’ll be making some decision soon whether to take a vote or do whatever else they want to do. I will be totally reliant on what Sen. Grassley and the group decides to do.
To: KaslinIt any way to lead or even communicate any support for your nominee. Rather, it says it’s ok to trash him and toss him under the bus
To: max americana
Tony Schwartz, who spent a year and a half with him as the ghostwriter for his best-selling The Art of the Deal in 1987, said the fact that Trump “has no attention span” should be an “explicit” issue in the current election. O’Donnell, who put out a tell-all book in 1991 but had kept quiet since then up until recently, wrote last month in his local paper that he’s “horrified” by the possibility of a President Trump partly because Trump’s “attention span was so small it was almost impossible to have a strategic conversation with him.”
Trump himself hasn’t exactly put these fears to rest with recent remarks. He told reporters from the Washington Post he doesn’t like to read long reports (“I want it short”), and he said on MSNBC he’s not overly worried about readying for the upcoming debates against assiduous policy wonk Hillary Clinton (“I’ve seen people do so much prep work when they get out there, they can’t speak”).
Trump boasts of America’s might, draws headshakes at UN
Idaho Statesman ^ | September 25, 2018 | By JONATHAN LEMIRE and ZEKE MILLER
Posted on 9/25/2018, 1:22:40 PM by Jed Eckert
President Donald Trump delivered a sharp rebuke of global governing at the United Nations on Tuesday, drawing headshakes and even mocking laughter from fellow world leaders as he promoted his aggressive “America First” agenda and boasted of America’s economic and military might.
Trump arrived late, forcing a last-minute scheduling switch, then received polite applause but also blank stares as he took his blustery brand of policies to the annual General Assembly.
Speaking in triumphal terms, Trump approached the address as an annual report to the world on his country’s progress since his inauguration. He touted economic figures, declared that the U.S. military is “more powerful than it has ever been before,” and crowed that in “less than two years, my administration has accomplished more than almost any administration in the history of our country.”
Five sentences into the president’s remarks, the audience began to chuckle and some leaders broke into outright laughter, suggesting the one-time reality television star’s puffery is as familiar abroad as it is at home. Appearing briefly flustered, Trump smiled and joked that it was not the reaction he expected “but that’s all right.”
****************************The Globalist Elite have once again shown their true feelings about America.They can all go f#@* themselves and move their corrupt UN to Geneva.
“We’re going to unmask you”: James O’Keefe set to Expose Deep State with New InvestigationPosted on 9/16/2018, 7:37:58 AM by PFWInvestigative Journalist James O’Keefe is set to make public a new investigation that will “unmask” and “put a face to the individuals who seek to disturb the fabric of our Republic.”The investigation was teased in a 30-second trailer released on Friday under O’Keefe’s non-profit organization, Project Veritas.According to O’Keefe, the investigation will be viewable for the public sometime next week.“What we’re releasing next week… we must expose them in their own words. We’re going to make the hidden deep state individuals internet famous,” he said Saturday.
To: Beave Meister
To: Beave Meister
I do love me some James O’Keefe!
To: Beave Meister
To: Beave Meister
O’Keefe is becoming incredibly tiresome.
I’m convinced he means well, but his announcements of “Incredible things coming! Stay tuned!” have lately been unclear videos with bad sound of some liberal lackey making some comment that’s insulting or indecorous, but matters little.
Just release the video and let the public decide if it’s a “bombshell” or not.
To: Beave MeisterAnother “Announcement.”He is hyping and flogging his bait for monetary reasons. If he has something, just release it. Don’t talk about it.
He has done some good work in the past (ACORN), but he has also fallen flat on his face numerous times where his hype was not even worth the ink. I am once bitten, twice shy with all the promises and hyperactive hot air.