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Trump Points His Finger In Media’s Face, Shows No Mercy – Room Erupts In Cheers From American Workers

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This is why I love President Trump so much. He calls them like he sees them.

On Thursday night The Daily Caller reported that President Donald Trump poked fun at mainstream news media and his predecessors at a rally celebrating tariffs meant to bolster the U.S. steel industry. At one point he took he said, “Look at all those cameras. All of those cameras. Every stop, I got all of these cameras. This never happened to Obama. This never happened to Bush. This didn’t happen, They’re dying to see us make a little mistake. They analyze every word. They say did he say that? Could it have been? Did he say something positive about Russia? I think he loves Russia. And I see getting along are Russia. That’s okay.”

The president has never had an issue calling out the fake news media and as you can clearly see last night was no exception.

“Not one person in this room has sat down since I got up and started speaking. And I know that the press will say that he didn’t any standing ovations. That’s because they never had to sit. They were already standing,” he continued.

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President Trump is right to poke fun at the media and the naysayers. Today we have peace in the Koreas, our economy is booming and we once again have our standing in the world. The standing we as America deserves and have earned.

Here is more on today’s GDP numbers via Fortune:

“Consumer spending propelled U.S. economic growth to a 4.1 percent pace in the second quarter, the fastest since 2014, letting President Donald Trump claim a win for his policies even though most analysts see the high as temporary.

The annualized rate of gains in gross domestic product was just shy of the 4.2 percent median forecast in a Bloomberg survey. It followed first-quarter growth of 2.2 percent that was revised from 2 percent, the Commerce Department reported Friday. Consumer spending grew 4 percent, more than estimated, while nonresidential business investment climbed at a 7.3 percent clip.

Illustrating the volatility of some elements of GDP, net exports contributed 1.06 percentage point to the pace of growth, the most since 2013, partly on a surge in soybean shipments ahead of retaliatory tariffs. Inventories subtracted 1 point, the most since 2014, also on a decline in soybean stocks as well as those of drugs and sundries and petroleum and related products.

Nevertheless, the scorecard gives Trump a chance to highlight the success of his policies, including the biggest tax overhaul since the Reagan era, which probably boosted consumer spending and business investment. Yet the risks from tariff wars and a fading effect from tax cuts are among reasons analysts see difficulty keeping the economy growing at such a robust pace.

Even so, Federal Reserve policy makers are expected to continue their gradual pace of interest-rate hikes aimed at keeping the economy from overheating, without moving so fast that they could choke off growth.

“I wouldn’t want to overstate the underlying strength in GDP growth based on Friday’s numbers,” Omair Sharif, senior U.S. economist at Societe Generale, said before the report. “There was a big boost from trade, but that’ll go away.” Going forward, “it’s highly unlikely we’ll get 4 percent growth, or even 3 percent on a sustained basis.”

‘Terrific’ Numbers
Trump on Thursday was managing expectations for the release, saying the figures would be “terrific” even if growth might not be as high as 5.3 percent. “If it has a 4 in front of it, we’re happy,” while 3.7 percent or above would be OK, he said in Granite City, Illinois.

Economists’ forecasts for second-quarter GDP, the value of all goods and services produced in the nation, ranged from 3 percent to 5 percent. The GDP estimate is the first of three for the quarter, with the other releases scheduled for August and September when more information becomes available.

With the Friday data, the Commerce Department also released comprehensive GDP revisions going back decades. They showed a higher household-saving rate than previously reported, as well as faster growth in the first quarter of recent years, though the overall narrative of the economy’s performance over the last decade wasn’t much different.

The revisions also showed the economy surpassed $20 trillion in nominal dollars in the first quarter.

Even with the relatively strong pace of growth last quarter, most economists expect expansion to settle back to near its long-run rate, and some have flagged the risk of a recession in two years. While polls and historical trends suggest Democrats are primed for significant gains in November’s midterm elections, voters give Trump high marks for the economy.

GDP Goal
Compared with a year earlier, second-quarter GDP rose 2.8 percent, just shy of the 3 percent mark, which was last reached in 2015. The Trump administration’s official goal is for sustained GDP growth of 3 percent, which would well exceed the average 2.2 percent pace during this expansion and the Fed’s longer-run expectation of 1.8 percent.

One measure that economists look at for a better sense of underlying demand showed strength. Final sales to private domestic purchasers — which exclude trade, inventories and government outlays — grew at a 4.3 percent pace, the second- fastest since 2014.

The pace of expansion in consumer spending, which accounts for about 70 percent of the economy, exceeded projections for 3 percent and contributed 2.69 percentage points to growth. Purchases of new autos were a major factor, along with spending on health care, housing and utilities and food services and accommodations. That followed a downwardly revised 0.5 percent pace of consumption growth in the prior three months.

In addition to lower taxes, consumers’ purchasing power is benefiting from steady hiring, an unemployment rate that’s near the lowest since 1969, improving finances, relatively low borrowing costs and contained inflation.”

Although most of the experts were laughing just 6 short months ago that a GDP over 3% was impossible when President Trump said he was shooting for 3.5% today we are at 4.1%. This is a GDP rate we haven’t seen in over a decade. And the president is now saying we will be going a lot higher in the future.

But what’s perhaps even better is how the Democrats are trying to convince us that they will take over everything in this massive “blue wave” in November. Dream on, with these numbers the GOP might even win a few more seats in both the house and senate. And in 2020 President Trump will have no issue whatsoever in winning reelection in a landslide, especially if the Democrats do what many are saying they might do and run a flat-out Socialist against him.

 

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CNN Reporter Tries To Get ‘Cute’ With Melania – Proved She Packs A Perfect Punch

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First lady Melania Trump’s spokeswoman Stephanie Grisham posted a sharp response to a CNN reporter who asked if Melania likes to watch CNN on Twitter Wednesday.

CNN reporter Kate Bennett tweeted:

Grisham said, “Did you know that every 15 minutes a baby is born with NAS? Maybe you’d like to talk about the 160,000 kids who skip school every day for fear of being bullied, or that 280,000 students are physically attacked in schools every month. Seems kind of silly to worry about what channel she watches on TV (any channel she wants btw) or if she heard some recording on the news.”

This comment came in response to a New York Times article that reported that Melania Trump was watching CNN on Air Force One, causing President Trump to get annoyed and demand that Fox News is played instead.

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Trump Canceled Backstabbing Congress’ Fancy Picnic – Has Priceless Plan For All The Food

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There was supposed to be an annual congressional picknick but since President Trump rightly so felt like Congress didn’t deserve to have one he canceled it on the spot. “We are going to cancel and postpone tomorrow’s congressional picnic,” Trump said. “It doesn’t feel right to have a picnic for Congress when we are doing something very important.” He added, “It didn’t feel exactly right to me.”

This is what some have all been waiting to see for decades now.  Since the backstabbers in Congress have been avoiding doing their job for decades, it’s now being reported that President Trump hypothetically took them out behind the woodshed today. No, he didn’t beat them although the Liberal mainstream media may paint it as he did even worse to them.

But there was only one problem with the cancellation. The preparations had already begun.

The menu is awesome. It included ribeye Steaks, coleslaw, quinoa, spinach, black beans and a huge assortment of pies.

Since all this food was already being prepared President Trump decided to do what’s right. Instead of throwing it out he decided to feed all of the food to Walter Reed hospital patients, caregivers and employees at the Warrior and Family Center in Bethesda.

This was later confirmed by a USO spokeswoman.

What a beautiful gesture, to give all that top notch food to American heroes instead of the jokers in Congress.

Update America covered more on the canceled party and presentation of a good meal to those who seemed to deserve it a lot more! “President Donald Trump surprised members of Congress earlier this week when he abruptly canceled the annual Congressional Picnic.

Basically, the president felt like they didn’t deserve it.

The menu included “ribeye steaks, spinach, coleslaw, quinoa, black beans and pies.”

Rather than let Congress throw a fancy picnic, President Trump’s administration decided to feed all of the food to “Walter Reed hospital patients, caregivers and employees at the Warrior and Family Center in Bethesda,” Bloomberg’s Jennifer Jacobs reported.

That means America’s military heroes are going to be eating very good.

President Trump has called on Democrats to stop “obstructing” and work with Republicans to pass comprehensive immigration reform. Earlier this week, the president signed an executive order to keep immigrant families together. Now it’s lawmakers’ turn to do their job.

“We must maintain a Strong Southern Border. We cannot allow our Country to be overrun by illegal immigrants as the Democrats tell their phony stories of sadness and grief, hoping it will help them in the elections,” Trump tweeted on Friday. “Obama and others had the same pictures, and did nothing about it!”

Trump isn’t the only one who doesn’t seem happy with Congress. Their approval ratings aren’t doing so well among voters either.

“It’s no secret that Congress isn’t exactly the most popular institution in American government. But now it’s reaching new lows.

Congress sank to a 10% approval rating in a new Quinnipiac University poll released on Thursday, with roughly five in six Americans saying they disapprove of the country’s legislative body. This compares to an 18% approval rating in March. And if you’re searching for the main reason behind the drop, look no further than Republican voters.

Back in January and March, more than one in three Republicans said they had positive views of Congress, which is controlled by the GOP in both chambers.

But now, that’s plummeted to just 14% of Republican voters who give Congress a thumbs up. The new numbers come after a high-profile effort to repeal and replace Obamacare barely squeaked through the House and failed in a dramatic late-night vote in the Senate. Congress’s overall 10% approval is the lowest for Congress in Quinnipiac’s history of data back to 2003. Using Gallup data beyond that, it’s the lowest for Congress in data back to 1974. (Congress did reach a 9% approval rating in Gallup polling in November 2013 in the wake of a two-week government shutdown.) And to make matters worse, Republicans were Congress’s most supportive group. The low numbers stretch across every demographic division — only 12% of nonwhites, 12% of people under 35 years old, 11% of men, 10% of people over 65 years old, 9% of women and 9% of whites approve.

Support for Congress among independents has also bottomed out, falling from 18% in January to just 8% now. Democrats have remained essentially stable in the single digits.”

With all the issues we are facing today it’s no time for our so-called Representatives to be taking time to enjoy a BBQ. Especially when we have a party like the Democrats who seem intent on ruining our nation by forcing us into open borders along with the help of their mainstream media and celebrities who spread lies and misinformation.

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