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Post  Admin on Fri 09 Nov 2018, 10:50 pm

‘I think I have the solution’: President Trump to work on bipartisan compromise on abortion
November 8, 2018 by Jerry McCormick
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Abortion has been and remains to be a polarizing issue in this country — but Trump believes he may have a compromise both Republicans and Democrats can get behind.

“There is a solution,” the president said. “I think I have that solution, and nobody else does. We are going to be working on that.”

Polarizing Issue
There is a firm line in the sand between conservatives and liberals when it comes to abortion.

Conservatives believe every life is worth saving, even the life of an unborn fetus — regardless of the circumstances.

Liberals, however, fight tooth and nail for the right to kill unborn children under any circumstance.

They say no court, no man, no judge, nobody — period — should be able to tell a woman what she can or cannot do with her body.

This issue is such a hot potato, in fact, that it was central to the fight against Brett Kavanaugh during his Supreme Court confirmation process.

There are even some conspiracy theorists that believe the allegations made against him were backed by pro-abortion groups and big money liberals.

The theory goes that these people came out against Kavanaugh because they believe he will try to overturn Roe v. Wade, even though Kavanaugh repeatedly said he would respect precedent and leave it be.

Trump’s Record on Abortion
Trump has been openly pro-life for years.

According to Bob Woodward’s book Fear, Trump proclaimed he was pro-life in 2010, and always has been while discussing a potential run for president.

Anti-abortion groups have even applauded Trump for his efforts against legalized abortion, including asking Congress to cut funding for abortion groups such as Planned Parenthood.

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Trump has also called for the suspension of funding from worldwide organizations if they support abortion.

It will be very interesting to see how Trump balances the polarizing views of conservatives and liberals to come up with a compromise on this one.
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Hollywood producer Jason Blum booed off stage after attacking President Trump
November 7, 2018 by Jerry McCormick
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Knowing the support President Donald Trump has provided to the Jewish community — what was Jason Blum thinking?

While accepting an award during the 32nd Israel Film Festival, the Hollywood producer went on an anti-Trump rant that caused him to be not only booed, but actually pulled off the stage by event organizers.

False Narrative
After being awarded the IFF Achievement in Film and Television Award, Blum immediately started to lash out at Trump.

“The good thing about this country is that you get to like Trump but I don’t have to and I don’t like him,” Blum stated.

The words had no sooner started to come out of his mouth when crowd members started to lay into him with chants like “we like Donald,” and “get off the stage.”

But when Blum blamed Trump for an alleged increase in anti-Semitism in our country, organizers had heard enough.

As Blum continued to speak, an organizer rushed on stage to pull him off, and even called for further security.

Since he was taken off the stage early, Blum decided to publish his entire speech on Twitter.

He claimed things that are happening here in the states are not happening elsewhere (never mind that many other parts of the world have it way worse than we do in America).

He also said that it is up to people in his industry to inform citizens.

Stoking Hatred
At the end of the day, Blum is guilty of the same things the media and Democrat politicians are guilty of.

He is spreading a narrative that is simply not true.

The elected leader of Israel considers Trump a close friend and ally, yet Blum says Trump is anti-Semitic.

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Trump has done everything in his power to rebuild the relationship with the Jewish community that was so strained under Barack Obama.

Thankfully, attendees at the IFF recognized this and gave Blum the exact reception he deserved during his ridiculous rant.
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Ken Starr claims Trump is not even ‘close’ to having committed an impeachable offense
November 5, 2018 by Jerry McCormick
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Democrats have said that if they are able to gain a majority, they will impeach President Donald Trump.

But Ken Starr, the independent counsel who investigated Bill Clinton, says the president has not even come close to doing anything that would warrant an impeachment.

Fantasy Land
The Democrats have run their nationwide campaigns on the premise that they have a tangible agenda set for average Americans — which has apparently become somewhat of a threefold plan.

First, they want to impeach Trump.

Second, they want to open America’s borders.

Third, they want to repeal the GOP’s recently passed tax reform.

But just how do any of those platform points help the average American?

(Hint: they don’t.)

No Real Offenses
At the top of the Dems’ list is the impeachment of Trump.

But the fact they are still using this as a talking point proves how delusional the party really is.

If anyone, Ken Starr would know if Trump was impeachable — and he says it is not even close.

“You can hate the way he tweets,” Starr said, “you can disagree with his policies…but be very careful before you move the country toward impeachment.”

Dems should tread lightly — but they haven’t shown any signs of slowing down their campaign to get Trump out of the White House.

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The fact that a true outsider was able to come onto their turf, run an out-of-the-box campaign, spend far less than anyone else, and then have such a convincing win was a slap right in Democrats’ faces — and they’re not happy about it.

But, as Starr stated, that is simply not enough of a reason to impeach him.

Sorry, Dems.
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Opinion The Only One Who Dared Stand Up to Trump
The great Trump is sitting in Washington exploding because little Abu Mazen doesn’t give a damn
https://www.haaretz.com/opinion/the-only-one-who-dared-stand-up-to-trump-1.6618663
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President Donald Trump shakes hands with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas after making statements to the press, May 23, 2017.Evan Vucci,AP
Abbas: There will be no Palestinian state in – or without – Gaza
Jordan's king nixes peace treaty annexes as payback against Trump, Netanyahu
Donald Trump, President of the United States of Hate?
He may not be charismatic, he may have failed to bring about the establishment of a Palestinian state, he may be neck deep in internal intrigue instead of dealing with the big picture. But in the last two years Mahmoud Abbas has earned his place in the front line of leaders whose names will be engraved in history. A leader of a small, battered entity, with no borders, no money, no economy, no army, no connections, no oil, no high tech, no exotic Persian-Gulf aura did what none of the great powers’ leaders dared do: stand up to Donald Trump’s bullying without blinking.

Since Trump was elected president of the United States, various countries’ leaders have been drafting strategies to deal with the White House’s changing whims. Emmanuel Macron chose flattery, which did him no good, and went on to ignoring Trump. Justin Trudeau flexed his muscles for a moment, but ultimately signed a trade deal. Mexico’s Enrique Peña Nieto simply gave in and left the cleaning up work to his successor. Angela Merkel and Theresa May are waiting for the storm to blow over. Kim Jong Un gave Trump the photo-ops he wanted plus love letters, and is apparently continuing to develop nuclear weapons.

Perhaps because of Abbas’ background in the PLO, and his various wanderings in the world, he realized what leaders of other, polite, civilized states didn’t. As one who hasn’t lived for 50 years in grand palaces, but wandered from country to country, he knows the rules of the street: When extorted, don’t cooperate. Because complying with extortion isn’t the end – it’s only the beginning. When you’re facing a bully, don’t fold. Maybe you’ll get hit, but you may also be standing at the end of the fight.


The Trump administration has stopped at nothing in the last six months to bend Abbas. The administration closed down the Palestinian Authority’s offices in Washington, deported the Palestinian representative to the U.S. and his family, cutback aid to the PA, including funds for hospitals serving Palestinians in East Jerusalem, slashed UNRWA’s budget, and threatened to close a deal with Israel behind the Palestinians’ back.

The great Trump is sitting in Washington exploding because little Abu Mazen doesn’t give a damn. The administration is applying pressure via Saudi Arabia, Egypt and the Gulf states. All the perks and treats our leaders wait for their whole lives have been taken from Abbas – the trips to Washington, the glittering visits, the receptions, the press conferences. If only he says “yes” to the Trump administration’s demands, he will receive royal treatment like the Saudi royal family: He will get arms deals and be forgiven for murdering journalists.
But Abbas isn’t giving in. I don’t know if in the long term his strategy is right. Sometimes it’s better to do as Kim Jong Un did with Trump, or as Netanyahu did with Obama – play the game and pass the time without giving up anything until circumstances change. But Abbas did the most moral thing: He showed the limp, feeble, weak world leaders an alternative leadership.


If Theresa May had learned from Abbas, the world would have been in a better place. Today we don’t appreciate it. But history will remember who sucked up and who stood up, who bowed and scraped and who remained upright, who was photographed and who turned his back, and who had the courage to stand up to the tyrannical megalomaniac, the 45th president of the United States.
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Donald Trump says he would be ‘very happy’ if Hillary ran against him
October 31, 2018 by Jerry McCormick
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Hillary Clinton set the political world on its ear earlier this month when she hinted that she may have one presidential run left in her.


When word of that got back to President Donald Trump, the sitting president offered a wide smile, saying: “I like her too. I’d be very happy with Hillary.”


No Real Challenge
As far as Trump is concerned, the Democrats are offering nothing special to the American people in 2020.


The fact of the matter is: their agenda has not changed since the 2016 presidential election.


If anything, Democrats have doubled down on their “issues” while only adding one additional platform item: the impeachment of President Trump.


If they keep sending the same message up through the next presidential election, there is little reason for anyone to expect a different result.


Top Contenders
There have been a lot of names thrown around as possible candidates, but there are really only a select few that can be taken seriously. One is Michael Bloomberg.


The former mayor of New York City and businessman has made no secret he wants Trump out of office.


While he does have some political experience, he possesses a very similar background to Trump, which makes it unlikely the party as a whole will be able to get behind him — especially considering how much they attacked Trump over that exact background during the last election.


Alternatively, former Vice President Joe Biden’s name has been thrown around.


But some say Biden would have been the better choice in 2016 — not so much in 2020. “Creepy” Joe has some considerable skeletons in his closet and having him as the preferred candidate would limit what Democrats could attack Trump on.


And of course, Hillary Clinton herself has thrown her name back into the game.


The two-time presidential loser is once again on the pundits’ shortlists for future presidential candidates, but it is tough to imagine Hillary actually running again.


As bad as she was demoralized after the last loss, one more might put her over the edge.


Some of the other possibilities include Sen. Cory Booker, Sen. Elizabeth Warren, and Stormy Daniels’ lawyer Michael Avenatti.


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Still, Trump seems very confident that regardless of whom the Democrats throw at him, he will make mincemeat out of them.


“I don’t see anybody I wouldn’t enjoy running against,” Trump said.
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US deploys 5,200 troops to border in response to migrant caravans
October 30, 2018

US deploys 5,200 troops to border in response to migrant caravans
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More than 5,200 troops are headed to the southern border to stop three caravans of Central American migrants which are traveling north toward the U.S., the Pentagon said Monday.
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The deployment comes after President Donald Trump repeatedly threatened to send the military down to seal the border as the first caravan made its way through Central America and into Mexico over the last couple weeks.

The 5,200 troops will join more than 2,000 National Guard forces already sent to the border in April to block a similar caravan.

Trump sends troops to border
The deployment of more than 5,000 is larger than an initial estimate of 800 troops approved by the Pentagon last week. General Terrence O’Shaughnessy, head of U.S. Northern Command said at a news conference in Washington Monday that 800 troops were on their way to Texas to “harden the border” and that the full deployment would reach the border by the end of the week. Most troops are on active-duty and will carry weapons, but the military is prohibited by the Posse Comitatus Act from enforcing the law in a domestic police role.

“We’ll reinforce along priority points of entry so as to enhance [Border Patrol]’s ability to harden and secure the border,” O’Shaughnessy said.

The mission, called Operation Faithful Patriot, will stiffen border security in Texas, California, and Arizona with support troops, not combat troops, that will include engineering teams with “heavy equipment,” helicopters, and medical personnel. Troops will assist Customs and Border Protection (CBP) with building barbed-wire barriers, transporting CBP personnel along the border in helicopters, and other support roles.

Trump has continued to bring attention to the caravan heading into the midterm elections despite the violent events dominating the news cycle this week, including a pipe bomb threat that targeted Democrats and a mass shooting that killed 11 at a synagogue in Pittsburgh. Trump again targeted the caravan in a tweet on Monday, the same day the Wall Street Journal reported the deployment of more than 5,000.

“To those in the Caravan, turnaround, we are not letting people into the United States illegally. Go back to your Country and if you want, apply for citizenship like millions of others are doing!” he tweeted Monday.

Critics slam “unnecessary” move
The president’s critics have said that he is over-reacting to a harmless group of migrants to stir up his base in the days before the midterms. The caravan’s defenders refuse to call it an invasion, arguing that the deployment is unnecessary because the migrants are peaceful refugees seeking legal asylum and still have about 1,000 miles to go, a distance that could take weeks to cover.

The claim that the migrants are seeking only legal asylum is belied by the fact that thousands have already rejected offers of asylum from Mexico. This makes sense given what migrants have told reporters — that their actual destination is the United States — and their clear determination to reach America, legally or otherwise, as they have forced their way across national borders in Central America and Mexico, sometimes clashing violently with police.

A migrant belonging to a second caravan of about 600 migrants was killed Sunday amidst a violent stand-off with Guatemalan authorities along the Guatemala-Mexico border. A third caravan of roughly 300 left El Salvador on Sunday as the first caravan, estimated to be about 4,000 strong, continued on its northward march through Mexico.
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Trump doubled down on his hard-line rhetoric in an interview Monday with Fox’s Laura Ingraham, saying that the migrants in the caravans are “wasting their time” and that asylum seekers would be housed in tents while being processed, rather than being released. “We’re going to have tents, they’re going to be very nice and they’re going to wait and if they don’t get asylum, they get out,” he said.
Trump has often complained about “catch and release” policy that facilitates illegal immigration by letting migrants go while their cases are pending in immigration court. “When they are captured, we don’t let them out,” Trump told Ingraham. “We’re not letting them out … We’re not catching, we’re not releasing … We’re not letting them into this country.”
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President Donald Trump and wife Melania host Halloween at White House
October 29, 2018 by Jerry McCormick
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President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump love hosting events for children at the White House — and Halloween is no different.

The Trumps created a Halloween oasis for children to meet the president, first lady, and most importantly, grab a handful of candy on Sunday. 

Take a look at some photos of the fun event:

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The Big Event
Both the president and first lady stood on the South Lawn at the White House for about three hours on Sunday to meet and greet the children.

The display, designed no doubt by the first lady herself, was incredible.

In the background, the U.S. Air Force Band played Halloween-themed tunes as the children made their way to the front of the line to collect their Halloween bounty.

The children were treated to official White House Hershey bars and Twizzlers.

In addition to the president and first lady, several governmental departments are getting involved in the festivities, including NASA with a moon carpet and the Department of Education with a Lego robotics display.

A Reminder
The events at the White House were a nice reminder of what this country can be when everyone remembers we are all united Americans.

It was a nice break from recent deadly tragedies that have swept the nation.

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It was also nice to see a mix of first responder costumes mixed in with the usual Halloween costumes.

All in all, it’s great to see the president and first lady interacting so positively with the nation’s children.
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Trump’s approval ratings continue to climb ahead of midterms
October 28, 2018 by Jerry McCormick
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Democrats and liberals have been doing everything they can to turn recent headlines against the president.

All the while, though, President Donald Trump’s poll numbers are going up, putting a damper on Democrat hopes of sweeping the midterm elections.

Obama Vs. Trump
Pundits cannot help but compare the sitting president to his predecessor — nor can they help compare periods of one presidency to history.

Based on history, everyone assumed Republicans would get wiped out in November’s midterm elections.

Previous presidencies have suffered some of their worst approval ratings in the first country-wide election after taking office.

It makes sense, considering that most of them make promises they don’t keep, making voters fed up after two years.

That is exactly what happened to President Barack Obama, as his approval ratings were barely over 40 percent when his first mid-presidency midterm elections came calling.

Trump, however, has delivered on his promises — so much so, in fact, that his approval rating is flirting with 50 percent, an unheard of number for the first two years of a presidency.

Elections Looming
With the elections less than two weeks away, the media has been hoping to turn recent events against the president to taint the elections and tilt them in the favor of Democrats.

That is not happening, though.

Instead, Americans are getting sick and tired of the twisting of the facts to suit a specific narrative — and they are rallying behind Trump.

The media has continued to raise the interests of disenfranchised voters who normally would have sat on the sidelines during a midterm election.

And those voters are going to be coming out for Trump.

Why is all of this so important?
With Obama’s approval numbers being so low in 2010, Democrats got crushed in his first midterm election — which wasn’t a huge surprise, considering that the same pattern has happened historically for decades.

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Based not only on Trump’s current polling numbers, but also on the fact that they are steadily climbing, it appears that Republicans have a very good chance of fighting off a Democrat wave in November.

If they are successful, it would mean two more productive years for the Trump administration and in all likelihood, a second term for President Trump.
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New York Times Published Trump Assassination Fantasy Before Mail Bomb Scare
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The New York Times published a fictional story Tuesday that fantasized about President Trump’s assassination at the hands of the Secret Service and a Russian operative — one day before the nation was gripped by news of apparent mail bombs sent to prominent Democratic figures.
In an article published in the New York Times‘ Book Review, five writers conjured up fantasy scenarios about President Trump’s future with the Russia investigation.
One writer, Zoe Sharp (pictured), took liberal fantasizing to the next level and wrote a story that ends with President Trump being assassinated by a Russian agent. The Times’ editors illustrate the piece, titled “How It Ends,” with a Russian flag sticking out of a pistol barrel.
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Flake: Trump Must Denounce ‘Lock Her Up’ Chants at His Rallies
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Wednesday on MSNBC’s “Live,” Sen. Jeff Flake (R-AZ) said President Donald Trump must tone down his anti-press rhetoric after explosive devices were sent to several political and media offices.
Flake said, “His words just a few moments ago were great He said what he should have said that we’ve got to tone it down and be more civil. We’ll see in the next rally. If there are ‘Lock her up’ chants that he doesn’t say, ‘Hey that’s inappropriate. Don’t do that,’ or if he talks about a journalist that’s been beat up and that’s okay, that’s wrong. 
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Donald Trump Denounces ‘Abhorrent’ Mail Bombs to Prominent Democrats
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President Donald Trump reacted Wednesday to the news that multiple explosive devices were mailed to prominent Democrats across the country as well as CNN studios in New York City.
“In these times, we have to unify, we have to come together, and send one very clear strong unmistakable message that acts and threats of political violence of any kind have no place in the United States of America,” Trump said.
The president commented on the attempted bombings during a bill signing event highlighting the administration’s efforts to curtail the opioid epidemic in the United States.
Trump’s statement earned hearty applause from lawmakers from both parties present at the White House for the ceremony.
“This egregious conduct is abhorrent to everything we hold dear as Americans,” Trump continued.
He vowed a full government response to the attacks and vowed to bring those responsible to justice.
“We are extremely angry, upset, unhappy about what we witnessed this morning and we will get to the bottom of it,” he added.
First Lady Melania Trump first took the podium at the White House event to condemn the attacks.
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NYT Publishes Short Story About Trump Assassination
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The author said her goal was to make people laugh.
The New York Times published a short story Tuesday which envisioned the assassination of President Trump.
The story was submitted to the paper after the publication asked novelists to imagine an end to Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Trump-Russia investigation.
English writer Zoë Sharp imagined a scenario where a Russian assassin was tasked with killing Trump in a short story titled, “How it Ends.”
A twist occurs in the story when the Russian assassin’s gun misfires. A Secret Service agent near the president “heard the click” of the gun, and instead of apprehending the shooter, hands him his own weapon. “’Here,’” the agent said politely. ‘Use mine. …'”
The Daily Caller notes that the story also contains what appears to be an “allusion” to Fox News, with Sharp writing, “The channel once snidely referred to as ‘state TV’ now delighted in showing long shots through the White House railings of men in uniforms removing boxes of incriminating paperwork.”
Sharp said Wednesday on Twitter that her “aim” in writing the story was to make people laugh.
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Joe Biden does not want Democrats to impeach Trump if they retake the House
October 18, 2018 by Jerry McCormick
Joe Biden does not want Democrats to impeach Trump if they retake the House
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Joe Biden made a statement this week that absolutely rocked the Democrat party.
Asked if Democrats should introduce articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump should they gain control of the House this fall, Biden stated, “I hope they don’t.”
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Impeachment Movement
From virtually the first day Trump took office, Democrats have been trying to impeach him.

On several occasions, Democrats have tried to push through impeachment articles, but they have never made it through.

Reason being, there is not a shred of evidence or wrongdoing on Trump’s part that would warrant such a drastic measure.

Even so, this continues to be a major part of the campaign agenda for Democrats running for office.

They are not interested in actually doing anything of real value for Americans. They have proven that time and again.

The only thing Democrats seem to be interested in these days is impeaching Trump and helping out undocumented immigrants.

Common Sense
Since Biden has been very outspoken against Trump in the past, it was rather shocking to hear him actually make a statement that made sense.

The former VP stated there is simply no basis for impeaching Trump right now.

And, rather than jump to a false conclusion, he would prefer if Democrats in office waited until the full Mueller report is released to make a decision regarding Trump’s impeachment.

Biden no doubt realizes that while Mueller’s investigation has netted some big fish, and while those individuals had relationships with Trump, none of the indictments thus far have had anything to do with Trump actually colluding with the Russians during the election.

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Democrats would do well to heed Biden’s words — they are likely to end up with a significant amount of egg on their face if they prematurely move forward with impeachment.

It will only end up making Democrat politicians look foolish and hurt the public perception of the party as a whole.
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‘Guilty until proven innocent’? Trump defends Saudi Arabia from rush to judgment in Khashoggi case
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‘Guilty until proven innocent’? Trump defends Saudi Arabia from rush to judgment in Khashoggi case
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US President Donald Trump is pushing back on accusations that Saudi Arabia killed a journalist inside a consulate in Turkey, calling them a case of holding Riyadh “guilty until proven innocent.”
“Here we go again with you're guilty until proven innocent,” the president told AP in an interview on Tuesday evening, when asked about the widespread condemnation of Saudi Arabia over the disappearance of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

He compared the outcry against the Saudis to the allegations of sexual assault against Judge Brett Kavanaugh during his confirmation to the US Supreme Court. Kavanaugh was eventually confirmed after the FBI investigation found no corroborating evidence for the charges.

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Khashoggi, an outspoken critic of the current royals in Riyadh, disappeared two weeks ago after he entered a Saudi consulate in Istanbul, Turkey. The Washington Post columnist was not observed leaving the building, and the US media have cited anonymous Turkish sources to report that he was murdered and dismembered inside.

A team of Turkish and Saudi investigators visited the consulate on Monday, but no official results of the visit have been made public.

Saudi King Salman and Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman  have both denied any knowledge about what might have happened to Khashoggi. Following Trump’s comments about the possibility that “rogue killers” might have been involved, several US media outlets reported that a Saudi probe was expected to paint Khashoggi’s death as a result of a botched rendition and interrogation. They once again cited anonymous sources, however.

Trump told AP his comment about “rogue killers” was informed by his “feeling” of the conversation with King Salman.

A number of high-profile business, media and finance executives have bowed out of a major investment conference in Saudi Arabia over the Khashoggi affair. Last week, the US Senate asked Trump to open a Global Magnitsky Act investigation into the journalist’s disappearance, which would result in sanctions against persons or governments found responsible. One senator even asked for suspending the sale of US military equipment to the Saudis, which Trump has so far been reluctant to do.

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Donald Trump says big rally crowds forecast GOP wins: ‘Something big is happening’
October 16, 2018 by Jerry McCormick
Donald Trump says big rally crowds forecast GOP wins: ‘Something big is happening’
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President Trump believes the future of the GOP is VERY bright.
After appearing at several rallies over the last couple of weeks, Trump is predicting “something big is happening” in our country.
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Groundswell Support
The true measure of how people feel and will be voting this November is how they actually show up for a candidate or cause.

The protests of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh provided proof of this over the last month or so.

While the mainstream media portrayed these protests with a significant presence, the real pictures told the true story.

The media was zooming in to protestors in order to avoid giving the full picture, meaning a very limited showing and severe lack of interest in their case.

On the other hand, we have President Donald Trump’s rallies, which are held in arenas, usually to a full house.

In many of these cases, support is so significant, the venues have to put up viewing screens outside to support the overflow.

Something Big
While the publicity was a horrible ordeal for Justice Kavanaugh and his family, the allegations against him may have been the best thing for the GOP as a whole.

What happened to Kavanaugh woke up a lot of conservative Americans and made it quite clear this fight is not even close to being over.

Many Trump supporters thought that once the election was over, people would let bygones be bygones and support the administration, as long as it was making things better for Americans as a whole.

While there is no question the everyday American is far better off today than they were only a couple of years ago, the divide in the country has only increased, largely in part because Democrats refuse to move forward.

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All of that has combined to once again awaken disenfranchised Americans to support a candidate both the establishment and Democrats despise.

Trump is right… something amazing is happening and come November, we will see exactly how big that something is.
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Report: Trump considering five people to replace Jeff Sessions
October 13, 2018 by Jerry McCormick
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Rumors are flying, and it looks like Jeff Sessions’ days as Attorney General could be numbered.

The Wall Street Journal is now reporting President Donald Trump has five names on his shortlist as replacements for Jeff Sessions.

Frustrations
President Trump has been frustrated with Jeff Sessions almost from day one.

The ink was not even dry on his new appointment when Sessions stated that he was going to recuse himself from the Russian investigation.

For some reason, this was never discussed during the interviewing stage and Trump naturally assumed Sessions would be manning the helm.

When Sessions did announce he was recusing himself, Trump lost it and it has been all downhill since.

Justice Problems
While the Russia investigation has been a constant nuisance for the president, numerous other decisions Sessions has made have aggravated Trump.

For one, his inability to get law enforcement in all states on board with the immigration program.

That and more has caused Trump to call out Sessions publicly on more than one occasion.

It almost seemed as though Trump was trying to pressure Sessions into resigning.

Even though he has been under immense pressure, Sessions has given no signs of even thinking about resigning.

Rumors Flying
With Sessions staying on, it now seems as though the relationship has come to a head for Trump and he is no longer willing to wait for Sessions to resign.

According to White House officials and outside advisers, five names are being floated as possible replacements for Sessions, the Journal reported. The potential candidates are:

Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar
Deputy Secretary of State John Sullivan
Transportation Department general counsel Steven Bradbury
Retired D.C. circuit appeals court judge Janice Rogers Brown
Former Attorney General Bill Barr
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These names were reported by sources after it was leaked President Trump discussed the Attorney General position with Jeff Sessions’ Chief of Staff, Matthew Whitaker.

The Trump administration has generally been very quick to quash bogus rumors, but nothing has been said thus far to deny this one. However, White House officials say it’s unlikely that Sessions would be replaced until after the midterm elections, at the soonest.
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Journalist: President Trump ‘doesn’t get credit for being so accessible’ to the press
October 11, 2018
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With just weeks to go before Election Day, President Donald Trump is sharing impromptu comments with the press at a dizzying pace to promote his achievements. But while President Trump’s critics often compare him to a dictator who hates the free press, some journalists say there’s never been a more accessible president in the country’s 242-year history.

Trump, the most media-accessible president
The president’s critics often note that he has held relatively few press conferences, but what the Trump administration lacks in typical press access it more than makes up for with nearly constant, spur-of-the-moment Q&A sessions.

“In my experience covering White Houses, from Reagan to George W. Bush, we’ve never had that kind of access from a president before,” Richard Benedetto, a retired White House correspondent who teaches at American University, told the Washington Times. “He doesn’t get credit for being so accessible. He answers questions all over the place.”

Take Tuesday, for example, when Trump talked to reporters throughout the day in his free-wheeling, devil-may-care fashion. Trump opened the White House up to the press in the morning to discuss the resignation of U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley almost immediately after it was announced, an unprecedented move for such an important topic.

After that 20-minute session ended, Trump made his way to Marine One in the afternoon to fly to a campaign rally in Iowa, but not before stopping on the South Lawn for another 15-minute session with reporters. Aboard Air Force One later that day, Trump invited the press for another session lasting half-an-hour in his cabin, another break from presidential precedent.

The Trump show continued throughout the week with a session at the Oval Office on Wednesday, where Trump took questions about Hurricane Michael.

Departure from Obama
Trump’s casual approach marks a stark contrast with his predecessors. Eschewing more traditional channels of communication, Trump prefers to speak directly to the people through impromptu press sessions, Twitter, and campaign-style rallies, were he frequently mocks the journalists assembled there to cover him. The result is unfiltered coverage of an unfiltered president – a president who, to his supporters, isn’t afraid to “tell it like it is.”

“It’s just the antithesis of Barack Obama,” Benedetto said. “Obama was very careful in expressing his views on anything that came along that was slightly controversial. He tested the waters by having his secretary of state do it, or having his press secretary do it, or having his vice president do it. He used them as kind of a shield before he actually came out,” he added, recalling a time when Biden came out in support of gay marriage before Obama did.

For all his acrimony towards the “Fake News,” which he calls the “enemy of the people,” Trump loves the attention. Lifted by glowing reports of economic recovery, a successful trade deal with Canada and Mexico, and a successful Supreme Court nomination that many thought was doomed, Trump is eager to brag.

To promote his record of achievement, Trump is holding rallies every week in the run-up to the midterms, and he doesn’t spare a rally or a session with reporters to tout his record of achievement. Journalists were also back at the Oval Office on Thursday as Trump met with rap star Kanye West for lunch and a bizarre, spontaneous conference, another opportunity for Trump to boost his image with an endorsement from one of pop culture’s most influential people.

Master of the media
But it’s not merely that Trump loves to talk. The Queens-born businessman whose romantic affairs have adorned the covers of New York City tabloids for decades hasn’t lost his touch with the press, and he is using his gift for gab to control the news cycle.

“The White House knows that all of his comments drive news cycles, so the more you can step up the metabolism of the news cycle, the better it is for him,” an anonymous reporter told the Times. “Also, I think he loves the attention. He has strongly held opinions, and he needs to tell people about them.”

Trump and hostile reporters both know that news cycles begin and end with his often outrageous comments. Add in Trump’s unconventional approach to press access, and reporters are left hanging on his every word.

Meanwhile, sharing news-breaking comments on the South Lawn has become a hallmark of Trump’s cavalier relationship with the media; many of his consequential remarks appearing in news videos are even muffled by the sound of helicopter engines. A side-effect of this approach is a dynamic where Trump has the power to ignore an often-hostile press when he wants: he can walk past the press pool and be whisked away to a rally, where he can speak right to his supporters — and give the press a routine drubbing.

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“It’s all him,” the anonymous reporter said. “The format is the ultimate home-court advantage. All the network reporters are lined up behind a chain begging for his attention, and he can pick and choose who he favors and who he doesn’t favor. He loves it, and it works for him.”

Still, Trump’s love-hate relationship with the press is underlined by a stark reality: a recent report from the Media Research Center found that coverage of the president was 90 percent hostile. Trump may have a point about the media being the “enemy” of the people — but for an enemy, he sure knows how to work them.
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Kanye West Brings ‘4D Chess’ to the White House: ‘We Have to Release the Love’
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President Donald Trump met with hip-hop superstar and fashion mogul Kanye West at the on Thursday and spoke to the media in the Oval Office.
“Trump is on his hero’s journey right now,” West said. “He might not have thought he’d have a crazy mother-fucker like Kanye West run up and support, but best believe — we are going to make America great.”
West wore Trump’s campaign MAGA hat, urging Americans to rally around the president. He said that the hat was his “superman cape” allowing him to do whatever he wanted.
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Kanye West Stands by the Second Amendment: ‘We Have the Right to Bear Arms’
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Hip-hop superstar Kanye West defended the Second Amendment on Thursday, in a visit at the White House with President Donald Trump.
West was asked reporters about gun violence in Chicago.
“The problem is illegal guns,” West replied. “Illegal is the problem, not legal guns. We have the right to bear arms.”
He said that there was a lot of hate building between police officers and the black community, but that the country also had to discuss black-on-black violence.
“As black people, we have to take a responsibility for what we’re doing. We kill each other more than police officers,” he said.
West spoke with the president for over 20 minutes about issues of race, culture, jobs, and unity.
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Media Lambast Kanye West After Meeting with President Trump in Oval Office
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Liberal talking heads, comedians, and left-wing activists lambasted West across social media.
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President Trump has accepted Nikki Haley's resignation - reports
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President Trump has accepted Nikki Haley’s resignation as UN ambassador, according to sources cited by various US media. Haley had reportedly discussed her resignation with Trump last week at the White House.
Haley had held her post since Trump’s inauguration in January 2017. Since then, she echoed Trump’s tough line towards the United Nations, and oversaw the US’ withdrawal from the UN Human Rights Council, which she called the UN’s “greatest failure.”
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After the publication of an anonymous op-ed in the New York Times in September, which described a concerted effort by officials to thwart the president’s plans, Haley denied involvement, and said that she openly disagrees with Trump when necessary.

"I don’t agree with the president on everything. When there is disagreement, there is a right way and a wrong way to address it. I pick up the phone and call him or meet with him in person," she said. She later called rumors that officials were planning on trying to remove Trump from office for unfitness via the 25th Amendment “absurd.”
Prior to joining the Trump administration, Haley was South Carolina’s first female governor, elected in 2010, and again in 2014.


REPORT: Nikki Haley Resigns as US Ambassador to United Nations
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US Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley stepped down from her position Tuesday morning, with Axios reporting President Trump has officially accepted her letter of resignation.
According to Axios, “President Trump has accepted Nikki Haley’s resignation as UN Ambassador, according to two sources briefed on their conversation. The timing of her departure is still unclear.”
Haley -the former Governor of South Carolina- was instrumental in advancing President Trump’s agenda at the United Nations; emphasizing North Korea, Iranian sanctions, the US withdrawal from the Human Rights Council, and more.
“Like my colleagues in the Cabinet and on the National Security Council, I have very open access to the president. He does not shut out his advisers, and he does not demand that everyone agree with him. I can talk to him most any time, and I frequently do,” said Haley just months ago.
“President Trump‘s ambassador to the United Nations, Nikki R. Haley, has resigned, leaving the White House with one less moderate Republican voice on his cabinet’s foreign policy team,” writes the New York Times.

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President Trump has accepted Nikki Haley’s resignation as UN ambassador, according to sources cited by various US media. Haley had reportedly discussed her resignation with Trump last week at the White House.
Haley had held her post since Trump’s inauguration in January 2017. Since then, she echoed Trump’s tough line towards the United Nations, and oversaw the US’ withdrawal from the UN Human Rights Council, which she called the UN’s “greatest failure.”
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After the publication of an anonymous op-ed in the New York Times in September, which described a concerted effort by officials to thwart the president’s plans, Haley denied involvement, and said that she openly disagrees with Trump when necessary.
"I don’t agree with the president on everything. When there is disagreement, there is a right way and a wrong way to address it. I pick up the phone and call him or meet with him in person," she said. She later called rumors that officials were planning on trying to remove Trump from office for unfitness via the 25th Amendment “absurd.”
Prior to joining the Trump administration, Haley was South Carolina’s first female governor, elected in 2010, and again in 2014.
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Former Top FBI Lawyer Testified that Rosenstein “Seriously” Considered Secretly Recording Trump
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Former FBI General Counsel told Congress last week that Rosenstein was serious when he discussed recording the President and invoking the 25th Amendment
Baker also told Congress that Mother Jones journalist David Corn also provided the FBI with a version of an anti-Trump dossier

Former FBI General Counsel James Baker told lawmakers last week that based on conversations with senior FBI officials, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein was “seriously” considering secretly recording President Trump’s conversations. Rosenstein also discussed the possibility of invoking the 25th Amendment on the president in an effort to remove him from office for being unfit. This, according to sources with direct knowledge of Baker’s deposition.

Baker said he met with former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe and former FBI attorney Lisa Page shortly after their meeting with Rosenstein in May, 2017. He told lawmakers that McCabe, Page and Rosenstein had discussed the possibility of secretly recording President Trump. Baker, who was the top lawyer for the FBI and a close confidant of Comey, noted that he was not in the meeting with Rosenstein. A source with direct knowledge of the testimony claims Baker testified that “Andy McCabe, Lisa Page took seriously what Rosenstein had said, and when they returned to the office, the three of them discussed the possibility of secretly recording Trump.”
Baker told lawmakers during his deposition last Wednesday, that he told Page and McCabe that “he didn’t think it was unethical’ to secretly record the president.

“He interpreted what McCabe and Page had said as serious,” another source with direct knowledge of Baker’s deposition said. “Baker also added that he ‘didn’t do a legal analysis on…the issue of ‘ bugging the president.'”
Baker’s testimony to lawmakers coincides with a New York Times story published in September that suggested Rosenstein was behind a move in May, 2017 to remove the president after he ordered the firing of former FBI Director James Comey. The irony, however, was that on May 9, 2017, Rosenstein had written the letter outlining the reasons Comey was unfit to serve as FBI director stating, “The director was wrong to usurp the Attorney General’s authority on July 5, 2016, and announce his conclusion that the case should be closed without prosecution. It is not the function of the Director to make such an announcement.” The letter continues, “The Director ignored another longstanding principle: we do not hold press conferences to release derogatory information about the subject of a declined criminal investigation.”
Baker told lawmakers that “he didn’t think it was unethical’ to secretly record the president…”

On Monday, President Trump flew to Florida with Rosenstein in their first sit-down meeting since the New York Times story was published. According to the White House, Trump and Rosenstein met for a half-hour as they headed to the International Association of Chiefs of Police Annual Convention in Orlando, Fla.

Trump said at the event in Florida, “Thank you as well to our Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein for being here, flew down together. The press wants to know, ‘What did you talk about?’ ‘We had a very good talk,’ I will say. That became a very big story, actually. We had a good talk.”

It is unsure if the situation will remain the same in light of Baker’s testimony. However, Rosenstein is set to give his deposition to lawmakers on Oct. 11 regarding the information published in the New York Times story, along with the information recently provided by Baker, several congressional lawmakers confirmed to SaraACarter.com.
White House officials did not comment on the deposition by Baker but instead referred comment to the DOJ.

DOJ spokeswoman Sarah Isgur Flores declined to comment on Baker’s testimony.
But Baker’s testimony revealed even more than the circumstances surrounding the Rosenstein meeting with Page and McCabe.

James Baker

He also noted that David Corn, a politics journalist with Mother’s Jones magazine also delivered a version of Steele’s dossier to him sometime after the election. Baker, who apparently has known Corn for a long time, said that he turned over the dossier version given to him by Corn to the FBI’s counterintelligence division. Corn had been communicating in the summer of 2016 with former British spy Christopher Steele, who during that time was hired by now embattled research firm Fusion GPS. Fusion GPS’s was paid over $9 million to conduct the research on alleged Russia Trump connections by both the Democratic National Committee and the Hillary Clinton campaign, according to reports.

Around the same time period Corn published one of the first big exposes in October, 2016 on the alleged Trump Russia connection A Veteran Spy Has Given the FBI Information Alleging a Russian Operation to Cultivate Donald Trump. Corn’s dossier appears to have been different than the dossier that now deceased Sen. John McCain gave to the FBI but similar enough in its unsubstantiated substance.
In August, John Solomon published Did FBI get bamboozled by multiple versions of the Trump dossier ?

Solomon noted that the dossiers arrived to the FBI by different messengers to include “McCain, Mother Jones reporter David Corn, Fusion GPS founder (and Steele boss) Glenn Simpson.” The information was exposed in an email that Peter Strzok sent to FBI executives around the time BuzzFeed published a version of the dossier on Jan. 10, 2017.

Strzok wrote in the email, “our internal system is blocking the site. I have the PDF via iPhone but it’s 25.6MB. Comparing now. The set is only identical to what McCain had. (it has differences from what was given to us by Corn and Simpson.)” Strzok was referring to the BuzzFeed version of the dossier posted online, according to The Hill. And the revelation is significant according to lawmakers that noted the FBI should be working diligently to ensure that there is no manipulation of evidence or stacked circular reporting in investigations.

Last week, SaraACarter.com revealed that Baker also met with the Democratic party’s top lawyer, Michael Sussmann, to discuss the ongoing investigation by the bureau into the Trump campaign’s alleged ties with Russia.

According to Baker’s deposition, the meeting happened prior to the FBI’s initial warrant to spy on short-term campaign volunteer Carter Page, sources close to the investigation have told SaraACarter.com. Moreover, information provided by Baker coincides with the House Intelligence Committee’s final Russia report that suggests Sussmann was also leaking unverified information on the Trump campaign to journalists around the same time he met with Baker, according to the report and sources close the investigation.

The information exposes the bureau’s failure to inform the secretive Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC) that the evidence used to spy on Page was partisan and unverified, lawmakers told this news outlet. It further reveals the extensive role and close connection Sussmann, a cybersecurity and national security lawyer with Perkins Coie, had with the now-embattled research firm, Fusion GPS.
The Democratic National Committee and Hillary Clinton Campaign retained Fusion GPS through Perkins Coie law firm during the 2016 election.
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https://worldisraelnews.com/bolton-palestine-is-not-a-state/?Bolton: ‘Palestine’ is not a state
 October 4, 2018
Bolton: ‘Palestine’ is not a stateUS National Security Adviser John Bolton speaks during a briefing at the White House in Washington, Oct. 3, 2018. (AP/Susan Walsh)
“It’s not a state now. It does not meet the customary international law test of statehood,” US National Security Adviser John Bolton stated.

By Batya Jerenberg, World Israel News

US National Security Adviser John Bolton put the Palestinian Authority’s (PA) official status into perspective at a Wednesday press briefing when he announced that the United States would no longer be a signatory party to the United Nations’ International Court of Justice (ICJ).

“The president has decided that the United States will withdraw from the optional protocol and dispute resolution to the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations. This is in connection with a case brought by the so-called state of Palestine naming the United States as a defendant [in the ICJ], challenging our move of our embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem,” Bolton said.

White House reporters immediately jumped on the adjective, asking whether calling the Palestinian Authority (PA) a “so-called state” was “productive,” considering that President Donald Trump had said he was working towards a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

Bolton’s answer was unequivocal.

“It’s not a state now. It does not meet the customary international law test of statehood,” he said. “It doesn’t control defined boundaries. It doesn’t fulfill the normal functions of government. There are a whole host of reasons why it’s not a state.”

“It could become a state, as the president said, but that requires diplomatic negotiations with Israel and others,” he added. “So calling it the ‘so-called state of Palestine’ defines exactly what it has been. [That’s] the position that the United States government has pursued uniformly since 1988, when the Palestinian Authority declared itself to be the State of Palestine.”

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Bolton might have been referring to the fact that 137 countries have recognized the PA as a state since that date. He reiterated the US rejection of this position on a bipartisan level.

“We don’t recognize it as a state… We have consistently, across Democratic and Republican administrations, opposed the admission of ‘Palestine’ to the UN as a state because it’s not a state.”

Although the PA is only a “non-member observer state” at the UN, it was allowed to formally join the International Criminal Court in 2015. Since the court’s decisions are binding, the US, by leaving the protocol, blocked the Palestinian case.

Bolton added that the withdrawal was part of a general effort by the Trump administration to protect US sovereignty from the reach of the international court.

“We will commence a review of all international agreements that may still expose the United States to purported binding jurisdiction dispute resolution in the International Court of Justice,” he said. “The United States will not sit idly by as baseless politicized claims are brought against us.”
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Donald Trump: Kavanaugh Hearings ‘A Very Scary Time for Young Men in America’
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President Donald Trump boards Air Force One at Andrews Air Force Base, Tuesday, Oct. 2, 2018, in Andrews Air Force Base, Md.AP Photo/Evan Vucci
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President Donald Trump said Tuesday that the confirmation process for his nominee to the Supreme Court was a “scary time” for men in America.

“It’s a very scary time for young men in America when you can be guilty of something that you may not be guilty of,” Trump said. “This is a very difficult time.”

The president said that the confirmation process for his Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh was held to a different standard than the traditional idea of justice in America — innocent until proven guilty.

“In this realm, you are truly guilty until proven innocent, that’s one of the very very bad things that is taking place right now,” he said.

Trump commented on the delayed process as he left the White House for a trip to Pennsylvania.

He said that the Kavanaugh hearings where more than just a Supreme Court nominee, but rather a huge cultural moment in the United States.

“You could be somebody that was perfect your entire life, and somebody could accuse you of something, doesn’t necessarily have to be a woman,” Trump said.

When asked by reporters if he had a message for women, Trump replied, “Women are doing great.”
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UN court orders Washington to lift Iran sanctions linked to humanitarian goods, civil aviation
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The International Court of Justice (ICJ) has ordered the US to lift sanctions on Iran which are linked to humanitarian goods and civil aviation.
Tehran filed a complaint against Washington in July this year, saying that by pulling out of the Iranian nuclear deal, the US had breached the Treaty of Amity, Economic Relations, and Consular Rights signed in 1955. 

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Back then, more than 60 years ago, the sides agreed to encourage “mutually beneficial trade and investments,” and maintain “closer economic intercourse generally between their peoples.” 
It has been almost five months since Donald Trump, a long-time critic of Iran and the nuclear agreement, pulled the US out of the deal. The decision was met with resistance from key US allies, including France and Germany. The US withdrawal from the deal came despite the fact that the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) confirmed Tehran’s compliance with the accord on numerous occasions.
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Re: PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP

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Trump Declares USMCA $1.2T Deal Biggest in U.S. History
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President Donald Trump valued the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Trade Agreement (USMCA) at $1.2 trillion on Monday, thereby replacing NAFTA as the biggest trade deal in U.S. history.
Trump spoke from the White House Rose Garden surrounded by those who have worked on the new USMCA trade deal.

The president called the USMCA “the most important trade deal we’ve done so far.” He called it “truly historic news for our nation.” He affirmed that the new deal will “terminate and replace NAFTA and the NAFTA trade agreements.”

He said he has long contended that NAFTA was perhaps the worst trade deal ever made, contributing to massive trade deficits. He said under NAFTA the U.S. lost vast amount of money, manufacturing jobs, and one in four auto jobs. On the campaign trail, Trump promised to replace NAFTA. On Monday he remarked the day marked the keeping of that promise.

“The factories were leaving, the jobs were leaving, we just can’t have that,” said Trump to emphasize the importance of reciprocity. “We’ve been treated so unfairly by so many nations around the world….we’re changing that.”

He commented on the updated KORUS agreement with South Korea. He said it added 250,000 jobs to South Korea.

President Trump said the new deal will govern $1.2 trillion in trade which makes it the biggest in U.S. history.

“Nobody understands how hard he’s worked,” Trump said of the U.S. Trade Representative, “Bob Lighthizer’s great.” The president said he wanted Lighthizer working on trade in his administration early on, “He felt the way I did.”

He thanked the entire team from the U.S. Trade Representative’s office, many of whom stood on the podium with him. He also thanked Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto, calling him a wonderful person who has “really done a great job.” He added that he is also “developing a really good relationship” with the incoming Mexican president. He emphasized this is very important.

He gave his highest regards to Candian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. “It’s turned out to be a very good deal for both,” said Trump of the new deal.

“This is a terrific deal for all of us,” said Trump. He said once finalized, it will be the most modern, up-to-date, and balanced trade agreement in history of America. He said it will be the most advanced in the world with regard to patents. Mexico and Canada have agreed to strong new labor, environmental, and intellectual property standards.

He said the deal will be good for America’s farmers. “Mexico and Canada will be opened up a lot more than they are now,” said Trump who said it includes provisions opening up markets for U.S. wheat, poultry, eggs and dairy.

Trump said this will support hundreds of thousands of American jobs.

He said this also supports auto workers. The new deal is taking care of problems with parts produced overseas and imported to Canada before then being imported to the United States and have avoided tax by doing so. Trump said these loopholes are closed under the new deal. The deal requires production of parts by high wage workers. “We will be manufacturing many more cars,” said Trump who added that companies will not have the same incentive to produce automobiles overseas.

He said it will also strengthen rules of origin requirements. Trump added this will return the U.S. to a “manufacturing power house and allow us to reclaim a supply chain that has been offshore to the world.”

President Trump then said this will benefit U.S. pharmaceutical production.

“Anything you submit to congress is trouble,” said Trump as the text of the deal is sent to Congress for approval. 

The president broke in to defense of his approach to trade that includes tariffs and efforts to break down trade barriers from other countries. 

Trump told reporters last week at the United Nations General Assembly that he refused a meeting with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau over a failure on Canada’s part of make certain concessions. “His tariffs are too high, and he doesn’t seem to want to move, and I’ve told him forget about it, and frankly, we’re thinking about just taxing cars coming in from Canada,” said Trump. He added that the U.S. was “very unhappy with the negotiations and the negotiating style of Canada” and that they didn’t like Canada’s representative Chrystia Freeland.

Joining President Trump on the Rose Garden podium were many individuals including U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer, Treasury Sec. Steve Mnuchin, Commerce Sec. Wilbur Ross, Economic Council Director Larry Kudlow, DHS Sec. Kirstjen Nielsen, and Senior Advisor to the President Jared Kushner.



Nine Things to Know About the New U.S. Mexico Canada Agreement
https://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2018/10/01/nine-things-to-know-about-the-new-u-s-mexico-canada-agreement/?
Trudeau and Trump, seen here in a visit by the Canadian leader to the White House in 2017, have expressed optimism a deal is closeAFP
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Donald Trump came closer to fulfilling one of his signature campaign promises Sunday night when the U.S. and Canada agreed to replace the North American Free Trade Agreement with the United States Mexico Canada Agreement, or USMCA.
Canada gave in on several fronts it had been resisting, although it won a crucial fight over how disputes between the trading partners are resolved. Mexico had agreed to the trade pact back in August. Sunday night’s agreement means that Canada will join that trade pact.

The deal still must be ratified by Congress. The agreement is complex and details are still be analyzed by trade experts, including lawyers for labor unions. Most of the key provisions do not kick in until 2020, giving legislatures in all three countries time to adopt their provisions into law.

In broad strokes, here are the important features of the new agreement.

The importance of the name change.  The new name of the agreement simply aggregates the three countries that are a party to it. That highlights the basic national sovereignty framework of the agreement. Instead of transnational North America being the operative entity, it is three independent nations. What’s more, the new name puts the U.S. first–as in “America first.”

Also gone from the name: free trade. The agreement’s centerpiece is no longer an economic theory called free trade. Instead, it is an agreement over the circumstances in which trade between the three parties will face lower or no trade barriers.

New rules for auto manufacturing.  The new agreement includes a major goal of the Trump administration: tightening the rules of origin for autos to qualify for zero tariffs.

A car or truck imported into the U.S. from Canada or Mexico will only qualify for zero tariffs if 75 percent of its components are manufactured in North America. The threshold under Nafta had been 62.5 percent, low enough that a lot of manufacturing work on autos was being done outside of North America. This is one of the win-win-win provisions of the agreement since it could result in more manufacturing being done in Canada and Mexico rather than Asia.

Another all around win is the implementation of a minimum wage for zero tariffs autos. Initially, at least 30 percent of the work manufacturing cars and trucks will have to be done by workers earning $16 an hour. That threshold moves up to 40 percent for cars by 2023.

That could push wages up for Mexican workers in the longer term. It is also likely to act as a cap on the amount of work on cars that will be done in the lowest wage areas of Mexico. As a result, more of the manufacturing work that moves into North America because of the 75 percent rules of origin threshold will likely be done in the U.S. and Canada. Politically, the higher rules of origin threshold and wage requirement could help the Trump administration win support for the plan from labor unions and Democrat lawmakers.

Higher auto tariffs could play an important role.  Although the 75 percent rules of origin requirement is a major accomplishment, there may be less than meets the eye unless the the Trump administration follows through on plans to raise auto tariffs.

The current U.S. tariff on cars is just 2.5 percent. As a result, many automakers may choose to accept the penalty for not meeting the North American content requirement rather than pay the higher wages repatriating manufacturing jobs would require. They’ll just pay the 2.5 percent duty and keep making car parts in Asia.

The Trump administration’s trade team is aware of this weakness, according to people familiar with the thinking inside the White House. Fortunately, the administration is currently considering raising tariffs on cars. That would make the rules of origin changes far more effective.

One person involved in the negotiations with Canada told Breitbart News that the decision to replace Nafta before imposing new auto tariffs was important strategically. If the administration had announced the higher tariffs first, importers would have been alerted to the higher costs and fought harder against the rules of origin, the thinking went. Now that the rules of origin are in place, the higher tariffs can be pitched as a way of simply making them effective.

Labor, safety, and environmental standards.  A key goal of U.S. labor advocates and environmentalists was higher labor standards in Mexico, ensuring the right of Mexican workers to organize and join unions. The new agreement accomplishes this and should lead to more powerful unions and better protections for workers rights in Mexico. This helps U.S. workers by decreasing the incentives to move jobs south of the border to take advantage of weaker labor rights. U.S. workers will be able to compete on a more level playing field.

The new agreement also requires that trucks coming across the border from Mexico meet U.S. safety regulations. It also includes stipulations aimed at making Mexican manufacturers meet higher environmental protection standards.

The sunset clause.  One of the crucial flaws of Nafta was that it was built around the idea that it would remain in place forever. As time went on, certain part of the agreement became seriously outdated while others were revealed to be deeply flawed. Changes in the economies of all three countries, including the development of technologies unheard of back in the nineteen nineties, meant that the agreement was a bad fit for the realities of trade.

The new agreement faces a sunset after 16 years unless it is renewed. Every six years, the three countries will meet to renegotiate the agreements, extending the 16-year sunset out into the future. This is a compromise meant to assure the agreement is kept up to date while still providing the certainty business leaders claim they need to invest based on the agreement.

Milk, cheese, and ice-cream. Canada agreed to open up its dairy market to U.S. farmers. This was one of the last sticking points in the negotiations, thanks largely to the outsized political influence of Quebec’s dairy farmers. In the end, the agreement allows Canada to keep its complex system of quotas on milk and dairy products in place while expanding the market share available to U.S. farmers.

Steel and aluminum tariffs survive.  Both Canada and Mexico initially sought to win exemptions from the Trump administration’s steel and aluminum tariffs in the new agreement. That didn’t happen. The new agreement allows for those to stay in place.
Canada and Mexico could still win exemptions but those negotiations will take place separately.

Tariff dispute resolution. Trump administration officials sought to pare back the trade policy resolution mechanism in Nafta that gave Canada and Mexico outsized power in complaints when one or more of the three countries complained that a tariff violated the trade agreement. In the end, however, the U.S. agreed to keep the old rules largely intact.

Big business shakedowns ended. One of the most controversial aspects of Nafta is that it allowed companies and investors to sue the governments of Canada and Mexico if they believed a new policy–such as a higher environmental standard–threatened their investment. Critics said this allowed businesses to shakedown the governments for payoffs or subsidies to resolve the disputes.  The new agreement largely does away with this, although it keeps it in place for telecommunications and energy–where investors say they fear the Mexican government may try to nationalize the sectors and want a way of fighting against this.
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Trump breaks silence on Kavanaugh accusations
September 22, 2018
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The sexual misconduct allegations made by Christine Blasey Ford against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh have left Congress, and many Americans, divided on how to proceed. As time has passed, the voice of one man — President Donald Trump — has been uncharacteristically absent, gaining the praise of his usual adversaries.

But Trump’s neutrality came to an end just before the weekend, when, in a television appearance and a series of tweets, the president made his position known, urging Ford to come forward and reminding senators to move ahead with the confirmation process. 

Time to “get on with it”
Trump joined the Ford-Kavanaugh conversation on Thursday, making an appearance on Fox News right before he was about to participate in a political rally to be held in Las Vegas.

Thursday was supposed to be the day that the committee voted on whether to confirm Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court. But, that vote was delayed in order to allow time for Ford to come forward and testify before Congress. And, this was among the discussion points Thursday evening.

“They have to get on with it,” Trump said, referring to the members of the Senate.

The president continued to voice his frustration on Friday in a series of messages that he posted to Twitter, beginning with a defense of Kavanaugh’s character.

Twitter storm
“Judge Brett Kavanaugh is a fine man, with an impeccable reputation, who is under assault by radical left-wing politicians who don’t want to know the answers, they just want to destroy and delay,” Trump wrote. “Facts don’t matter. I go through this with them every single day in D.C.”


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 Judge Brett Kavanaugh is a fine man, with an impeccable reputation, who is under assault by radical left wing politicians who don’t want to know the answers, they just want to destroy and delay. Facts don’t matter. I go through this with them every single day in D.C.

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Not long after, the president turned his attention to Ford, asking her to produce a police report of the alleged incident.

“I have no doubt that, if the attack on Dr. Ford was as bad as she says, charges would have been immediately filed with local Law Enforcement Authorities by either her or her loving parents,” he wrote.

He went on:


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 I have no doubt that, if the attack on Dr. Ford was as bad as she says, charges would have been immediately filed with local Law Enforcement Authorities by either her or her loving parents. I ask that she bring those filings forward so that we can learn  date, time, and place!

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 The radical left lawyers want the FBI to get involved NOW. Why didn’t someone call the FBI 36 years ago?

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President Trump capped this string of tweets off by questioning the motives of Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA), echoing what many have been saying — that the timing of the allegation appears to be all too convenient for Democrats, who want to delay proceedings until after the midterm elections.

“Senator Feinstein and the Democrats held the letter for months, only to release it with a bang after the hearings were OVER – done very purposefully to Obstruct & Resist & Delay,” he wrote.
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 Senator Feinstein and the Democrats held the letter for months, only to release it with a bang after the hearings were OVER - done very purposefully to Obstruct & Resist & Delay. Let her testify, or not, and TAKE THE VOTE!

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Looking forward
With these remarks, President Trump’s critics returned to their normal role of condemning everything that the president does. This includes members of his own party, such as Senator Susan Collins (R-ME), who called the tweets “inappropriate” and said that she was “appalled” by them.

Nonetheless, the president, as well as other Republicans who take his view, have a valid point, given the circumstances and that the Senate Judiciary Committee is practically begging Ford to testify — and yet she remains silent.

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It is a delicate situation and how it will play out remains unclear. But as the delay continues, more and more people are growing frustrated, and even those who at first supported Ford are beginning switch over to Trump’s perspective.
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