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  • July 4, 2017 Celebrate US Veterans with Trump

    I am an American Citizen, a  God Fearing, bible clutching, gun toting, plain speaking, allegiance pledging, hard working, taxpaying, liberty loving, fighter for freedom

    I watched President Trump’s  July 1, 2017. And, I absolutely loved Our Presidents “Celebrate Freedom” rally,  a Tribute to our American War Heroes, the U.S. VETERANS that have fought and died protecting our freedom.

    President Trump Tribute Veterans Kennedy Center, Jul 1 2017 | C …

    https://www.c-span.org/video/?430774-2/president-trump-tribute-veterans-kennedy…

    13 hours ago – MyC-SPAN LOGIN · Created by Cable … July 1, 2017. President Trump Tribute to Veterans at Kennedy Center … President Trump spoke at the “Celebrate Freedom” rally honoring U.S. veterans. The program ….. People in this video … Step 2: Select Your Provider. Select Your Provider. Step 3: Find CSPAN.

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    Indeed, President Trump used his first Fourth of July speech to honor veterans, our American War Heroes

    When in the course of human events it becomes necessary… USA Protection Acts, Executive Orders and the (VA) SES

    Apr 27, 2017 President Trump on Thursday signed an EXECUTIVE ORDER to create the Office of Accountability and Whistleblower Protection, a new office within the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA).

    Presidential Executive Order on Improving Accountability and …

    https://www.whitehouse.gov/…press…/presidential-executive-order-improving-accoun…

    Apr 27, 2017 – Presidential Executive Order on Improving Accountability and Whistleblower Protection at the Department of Veterans Affairs … By the authority vested in me as President by the Constitution and the laws … DONALD J. TRUMP.

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    When in the course of human events it was necessary in 2000? The VHA began collecting patients wait time data in 2000 for which the then-General Accounting Office (GAO) REPORTED INACCURACIES.[20]

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    When in the course of human events it was necessary  By July 2002, The VA reported to Congress that over 300,000 veterans nationwide were either forced onto waiting lists or forced to wait over six months for a medical appointment.[21][22]

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    MAY 2014 WHEN THE VA SCANDLE WAS FINALLY EXPOSED TO THE PUBLIC

     June 20, 2014 Congressional investigation Senior Executive Service (SES)

    On June 20, 2014, the U.S. House Veterans Affairs Committee learned that every one of the 470 SENIOR EXECUTIVES in the VA received performance evaluations that indicated they were at least “fully successful” in each of the past four years.. SENIOR EXECUTIVES were paid a total of $2.4 million in bonus compensation in the most recent year. Gina S. Farrisee, VA assistant secretary for human resources and administration, admitted in her written comments that the department needed to do better at holding executives accountable.

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    JUNE 23, 2017 THANKS TO PRESIDENT TRUMP AFTER TEN YEARS

    Congress passed the Veteran’s Accountability and Whistleblower Protection Act of 2017  and President Trump signed it into law. This bill gives senior officials in the Department of Veterans Affairs THE POWER TO FIRE FAILING EMPLOYEES and establishes safeguards to protect those who reveal wrongdoing in the agency.

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    I watched President Trump’s  July 1, 2017. And, I absolutely loved Our Presidents “Celebrate Freedom” rally,  a Tribute to our American War Heroes, the U.S. VETERANS that have fought and died protecting our freedom.

    The introduction was by  First Baptist Paster Robert Jeffress.

    If you are an American Citizen , a  God Fearing, bible clutching, gun toting, plain speaking, allegiance pledging, hard working, taxpaying, liberty loving, fighter for freedom

    I guarantee that you will love it too.


  • FCC: Substantive Evil to Public Safety

    FCC: Substantive Evil to Public Safety

    CNN KATHY GRIFFITH USED  A PUBLIC TELEVISION NETWORK, (REGULATED BY THE FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION (FCC)  TO COMMUNICATE AND VISUALLY DISPLAY, HER PROFANE “GROSSLY OFFENSIVE” DISTURBING, STOMACH TURNING, GORY, DECAPITATED BLOODY HEAD OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.

    Kathy Griffin Beheads Donald Trump in Shocking Photo Shoot | TMZ …

    www.tmz.com/2017/05/30/kathy-griffin-beheads-donald-trump-photo-tyler-shields/

    May 30, 2017 – Kathy Griffin wants Donald Trump’s head … but she wants it bloody and … The comedian posed for the gory shot during a photo session with …

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    MAY 30, 2017  CNN KATHY GRIFFITH HOLDING UP THE SEVERED BLOODY, HEAD  OF PRESIDENT TRUMP,  ON PUBLIC TELEVISION, DID DESTROY THE TRANQUILITY, DID  DISTURB THE PEACE, DID TROUBLE, DID FRIGHTEN, DID STIR UP, DID AGITATE, DID EMOTIONALLY OR MENTALLY; UPSET…   USING PUBLIC FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.

    IF YOU SEE SOMETHING THAT INVOLVES  A “CLEAR AND PRESENT DANGER OF SERIOUS, SUBSTANTIVE EVIL” TO THE PUBLIC SAFETY et al  AMERICAN CONGRESSMEN AND CITIZENS

    SAY SOMETHING…

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    FCC Broadcasting obscene content is prohibited by law at all times of the day. Indecent and PROFANE CONTENT ARE PROHIBITED ON BROADCAST TV AND RADIO BETWEEN 6 A.M. AND 10 P.M., WHEN THERE IS A REASONABLE RISK THAT CHILDREN MAY BE IN THE AUDIENCE. 

    PRESIDENT TRUMP’S  11 YEAR OLD SON, BARRON TRUMP, WAS WATCHING TELEVISION TUESDAY, MAY 30, 2017

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    WHAT IS THE FCC’S RESPONSIBILITY?

    EXPRESSIONS OF VIEWS THAT “DO NOT” INVOLVE A “CLEAR AND PRESENT DANGER OF SERIOUS, SUBSTANTIVE EVIL” COME UNDER THE PROTECTION OF THE CONSTITUTION, WHICH GUARANTEES FREEDOM OF SPEECH AND FREEDOM OF THE PRESS AND PREVENTS SUPPRESSION OF THESE EXPRESSIONS BY THE FCC.

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    WHAT “CLEAR AND PRESENT DANGER OF SERIOUS, SUBSTANTIVE EVIL” DID KATHY GRIFFITH VIEWS ON CNN INCITE?

    Kathy Griffin recently promoted a video showing a bloody, decapitated head of President Trump, demonstrating ISIS-style tactics for murdering your political opponents. The message? It’s okay to kill Republicans, and especially Trump.

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    Seething hatred of left-wing media drives shooter to target …

    www.naturalnews.com/2017-06-14-seething-hatred-of-left-wing-media-drives-shoote…

    2 days ago – TARGETING REPUBLICANS FOR THE KIND OF MASS MURDER PROMOTED BY KATHY …. TO TARGET CONGRESSIONAL REPUBLICANS IN ATTEMPTED MASS SHOOTING.

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    Federal law prohibits obscene, indecent and PROFANE, content from being broadcast on the radio or T.V.

    IN THE SUPREME COURT’S 1964 LANDMARK CASE ON OBSCENITY AND PORNOGRAPHY, JUSTICE STEWART POTTER FAMOUSLY WROTE: “I KNOW IT WHEN I SEE IT.”  THAT CASE STILL INFLUENCES FCC RULES TODAY, AND COMPLAINTS FROM THE PUBLIC ABOUT BROADCASTING OBJECTIONABLE CONTENT DRIVE THE ENFORCEMENT OF THOSE RULES.

    IN OTHER WORDS, IF YOU “KNOW IT, WHEN YOU SEE IT” AND FIND IT OBJECTIONABLE, YOU CAN TELL THE FCC AND ASK US TO CHECK INTO IT.

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    THE MEDIA BUREAU PHONE: (202) 418-7200 oversees broadcast radio and television, as well as cable and satellite services on behalf of consumers. It also administers licensing and policy matters for broadcast services and cable, and handles post-licensing matters for satellite services.

    Full unedited text….

    Obscene, Indecent and Profane Broadcasts Guide.

    Federal law prohibits obscene, indecent and profane content from being broadcast on the radio or TV.  That may seem clear enough, but determining what obscene, indecent and profane mean can be difficult, depending on who you talk to.

    In the Supreme Court’s 1964 landmark case on obscenity and pornography, Justice Stewart Potter famously wrote: “I know it when I see it.”  That case still influences FCC rules today, and complaints from the public about broadcasting objectionable content drive the enforcement of those rules.

    In other words, if you “know it when you see it” and find it objectionable, you can tell the FCC and ask us to check into it.

    Deciding what’s obscene, indecent or profane

    Each type of content has a distinct definition:

    Obscene content does not have protection by the First Amendment.  For content to be ruled obscene, it must meet a three-pronged test established by the Supreme Court: It must appeal to an average person’s prurient interest; depict or describe sexual conduct in a “patently offensive” way; and, taken as a whole, lack serious literary, artistic, political or scientific value.

    Indecent content portrays sexual or excretory organs or activities in a way that does not meet the three-prong test for obscenity.

    PROFANE, content includes “grossly offensive” language that is considered a public nuisance.

    Factors in determining how FCC rules apply include the specific nature of the content, the time of day it was broadcast and the context in which the broadcast took place.

    Broadcasting obscene content is prohibited by law at all times of the day. Indecent and PROFANE, content are prohibited on broadcast TV and radio between 6 a.m. and 10 p.m., when there is a reasonable risk that children may be in the audience.

    What about cable, satellite TV and satellite radio?

    Because obscenity is not protected by the First Amendment, it is prohibited on cable, satellite and broadcast TV and radio.  However, the same rules for indecency and profanity do not apply to cable, satellite TV and satellite radio because they are subscription services.

    ENFORCING THE RULES

    Enforcement of the obscenity, indecency and profanity rules usually begins with complaints from the public that FCC staff review for possible violations. If an investigation is warranted and the FCC finds a station in violation of its rules, it has the authority to revoke a station license, impose a fine or issue a warning.

    What information should I include in an obscenity, indecency or profanity complaint with the FCC?

    When filing a complaint, please include the following information:

    • Date and time of the broadcast.
    • The call sign, channel and/or frequency of the station.
    • Details of what was actually said or depicted during the broadcast.

    Detailed complaints are helpful for analyzing the context of offensive language, images or scenes and determining possible rule violations. It is also helpful (but not a requirement) to include a recording or transcript of a broadcast when possible, though any documentation you provide becomes part of the FCC’s records and may not be returned.

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    THE FCC AND FREEDOM OF SPEECH

    Full unedited text….

    FCC and Freedom of Speech Guide (pdf)

    The Federal Communications Commission receives numerous complaints that television and/or radio networks, stations or their employees or guests have broadcast extreme, incorrect or somehow improper political, economic or social statements.

    In some cases, the complaints allege that certain broadcast statements may endanger the United States or its people, or threaten our form of government, our economic system or established institutions like family or marriage. They say these statements are “un-American” and an abuse of freedom of speech. The FCC also receives complaints that some broadcast statements criticize, ridicule, “stereotype” or demean individuals or groups because of the religion, race, nationality, gender or other characteristics of the group or individual.

    FINALLY, MANY CONSUMERS COMPLAIN THAT TELEVISION OR RADIO BROADCASTS ARE OBSCENE, INDECENT, PROFANE OR OTHERWISE OFFENSIVE.

    WHAT IS THE FCC’S RESPONSIBILITY?

    The FCC is barred by law from trying to prevent the broadcast of any point of view. The Communications Act prohibits the FCC from censoring broadcast material, in most cases, and from making any regulation that would interfere with freedom of speech.

    EXPRESSIONS OF VIEWS THAT “DO NOT” INVOLVE A “CLEAR AND PRESENT DANGER OF SERIOUS, SUBSTANTIVE EVIL” COME UNDER THE PROTECTION OF THE CONSTITUTION, WHICH GUARANTEES FREEDOM OF SPEECH AND FREEDOM OF THE PRESS AND PREVENTS SUPPRESSION OF THESE EXPRESSIONS BY THE FCC.

    According to an FCC opinion on this subject, “the public interest is best served by permitting free expression of views.” This principle ensures that the most diverse and opposing opinions will be expressed, even though some may be highly offensive.

    THE FCC, HOWEVER, DOES HAVE ENFORCEMENT RESPONSIBILITIES IN CERTAIN LIMITED INSTANCES. For example, the Courts have said that indecent material is protected by the First Amendment to the Constitution AND CANNOT BE BANNED ENTIRELY.

    IT MAY BE RESTRICTED, HOWEVER, IN ORDER TO AVOID ITS BROADCAST WHEN THERE IS A REASONABLE RISK THAT CHILDREN MAY BE IN THE AUDIENCE. BETWEEN 6 A.M. AND 10 P.M. (when there is the greatest likelihood that children may be watching,) airing indecent material is prohibited by FCC rules.

    Broadcasters are required to schedule their programming accordingly or face enforcement action. Similarly, the Commission has stated that profane material is prohibited between 6 A.M. and 10 P.M.

    Finally, the courts have ruled that obscene material is not protected by the First Amendment and cannot be broadcast at any time. For more information about these rules, see our consumer guide.

    WHAT ARE THE BROADCASTERS’ RESPONSIBILITIES?

    Individual radio and television station licensees are responsible for selecting all broadcast matter and for determining how their stations can best serve their communities. Broadcast licensees are responsible for choosing both the entertainment programming and the programming concerning local issues, news, public affairs, religion, sports and other subjects to be aired by the station. They also decide how their programs, including call-in shows, will be conducted and whether or not to edit or reschedule programs or material (for example, moving a program to a time slot during which children may not be listening or watching).

    WHAT IF I HAVE A COMMENT AND/OR CONCERN ABOUT A SPECIFIC BROADCAST OR STATEMENT?

    If you consider a broadcast obscene, indecent, or PROFANE, you can file a complaint with the FCC. Factors in determining how FCC rules apply include the specific nature of the content, the time of day it was broadcast and the context in which the broadcast took place.

    PRESIDENT TRUMP’S  11 YEAR OLD SON, BARRON TRUMP, WAS WATCHING TELEVISION THAT DAY, TUESDAY, MAY 30, 2017

    HOW MANY OTHER CHILDREN WERE WATCHING?

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    It’s also clear that the shooter specifically targeted a Republican softball game, obviously driven to hatred and rage by the venomous narratives of the left-wing media and its Trump-hating propagandists.

    Leftist Violence Reaches Nadir in Assassination Attempt on GOP …

    www.newsmax.com/DeroyMurdock/james-t-hodgkinson-kathy-griffin…/796331/

    18 hours ago – PRETTY SOON, ALL OF THIS ASSASSINATION TALK WILL GET SOMEONE SHOT, I told my Fox News colleague Tucker Carlson on Tuesday afternoon. And on …

    INDEED, A CLEAR AND PRESENT DANGER OF SERIOUS, SUBSTANTIVE EVIL” INCITING VIOLENCE.

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    THE FCC AND FREEDOM OF SPEECH

    EXPRESSIONS OF VIEWS THAT “DO NOT” INVOLVE  A CLEAR AND PRESENT DANGER OF SERIOUS, SUBSTANTIVE EVIL” COME UNDER THE PROTECTION OF THE CONSTITUTION,

     WHICH GUARANTEES FREEDOM OF SPEECH AND FREEDOM OF THE PRESS AND PREVENTS SUPPRESSION OF THESE EXPRESSIONS BY THE FCC.

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    In the Supreme Court’s 1964 landmark case on obscenity and pornography, Justice Stewart Potter famously wrote: “I KNOW IT WHEN I SEE IT.”

     THAT CASE STILL INFLUENCES FCC RULES TODAY, AND COMPLAINTS FROM THE PUBLIC ABOUT BROADCASTING OBJECTIONABLE CONTENT DRIVE THE ENFORCEMENT OF THOSE RULES.

    IN OTHER WORDS, IF YOU “KNOW IT WHEN YOU SEE IT” AND FIND IT OBJECTIONABLE, you can tell the FCC and ask us to check into it.

    AND, YOU CAN FILE A COMPLAINT WITH THE FCC.

    IF YOU SEE SOMETHING THAT INVOLVES  A “CLEAR AND PRESENT DANGER OF SERIOUS, SUBSTANTIVE EVIL” TO THE PUBLIC SAFETY et al AMERICAN CONGRESSMEN AND CITIZENS

    SAY SOMETHING…

    THE FCC’S PUBLIC SAFETY & HOMELAND SECURITY BUREAU (PSHSB) ADVISES, MAKES RECOMMENDATIONS TO, OR ACTS FOR THE COMMISSION UNDER DELEGATED AUTHORITY, IN ALL MATTERS PERTAINING TO PUBLIC SAFETY, HOMELAND SECURITY, NATIONAL SECURITY, EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AND PREPAREDNESS, DISASTER MANAGEMENT, AND ANCILLARY OPERATIONS. 

    FILE A COMPLAINT WITH THE FCC MEDIA BUREAU AND  SEND IT TO YOUR ELECTED MEMBERS IN THE U.S. CONGRESS.

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    foot note…

    The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is an independent agency of the United States government created by statute (47 U.S.C. § 151 and 47 U.S.C. § 154) TO REGULATE interstate communications by radio, television, wire, satellite, and cable.

    Contact Phone: (202) 418-1300 24/7 Operations Center: (202) 418-1122


  • Trump’s Domino Effect in WA DC

    Trump’s Domino Effect in WA DC

    How President Trumps  Domino Effect worked on JOBS

    That crucial start rested on one finger.

     275,000  EPA domino’s toppled in a spiral visual (video below)

    Enjoy Your Life

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    Domino day is an annual team event where groups from around the world come together to achieve the simple goal of knocking over the most Dominos,

    in ways that are entertaining and incredibly well choreographed.

    As, was President Trump’s incredibly well choreographed executive order on the EPA

    Watch  these spectacular visuals…..  including rockets, helicopters and air planes..

    Spectacular Domino Rally Stunt Screen Link – YouTube

    ▶ 6:05

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7BVr6LaC_HQ

    Jun 6, 2014 – Uploaded by FlippyCat

    Subscribe http://flippycat.com/subscribe See more at http://youtube.com/flippycat I set out … EXTRAS: https

    In 1988 Donald  J. Trump started lining up his presidential domino’s

     Oprah Winfrey Interviews Donald Trump in 1988 – YouTube

    ▶ 3:11

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GZpMJeynBeg

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     President Trump’s Global Domino Effect

    Domino Effect: 270,000 dominoes fall as world record is broken …

    ▶ 2:11

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vDjcJlDg_ig

    Jul 18, 2013 – Uploaded by ODN

    More than 270000 dominoes have fallen in a feat set up in a week by a …

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    President Trump’s Globe Domino Effect on Terrorism

    Behind My Back | President Trump’s Amazing Grace

    www.behindmyback.org/2017/05/21/president-trumps-amazing-grace/

    May 21, 2017 – President Trump’s Amazing Grace TODAY, MAY 21, 2017 PRESIDENT TRUMP’S SPOKE TO THE LEADERS OF 50 MUSLIM COUNTRIES AT …

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    President Trump’s Globe Domino Effect on NATO

    Trump Shames NATO Leaders on Defense Spending as Unity Tested

    www.newsmax.com/Politics/trump-nato-terror/2017/05/25/id/792326/

    May 25, 2017 – U.S. President Donald Trump hectored NATO leaders to pay their fair share … Yet of the 28 member nations, 23 “are still not paying what they …

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    275000 Dominoes – Enjoy Your Life (Guinness World … – YouTube

    ▶ 10:01

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1QtdPfz_faM

    Jul 16, 2013 – Uploaded by Sinners Domino Entertainment

    http://www.sinnersdominoentertainment.com Edited by … i just watched dominoes falling over for 10 straight …

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    The WA DC Democrat’s and fake news media et al  have colluded on A LEAKING hugely complicated, connected, delusional  Russian Connection

    COMEY’S  A LEAKER AND THE DOMINO EFFECT ON UNMASKING  IN WA DC

     OOPS…One wrong move and they all fall down……

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    Dominoes Competitions: Knocking Over A Line of World Records …

    weburbanist.com/…/dominoes-competitions-knocking-over-a-line-of-world-records/

    Mar 8, 2011 – Dominoes were designed as a game to be played on a flat surface, but most children simply line them up and knock them down.a hugely complicated dominoes setup: One wrong move and they all fall down…

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    The crucial start for making America Great Again rested on one finger

    A hugely complicated dominoes setup

    President Trump’s Domino Effect

    Simply line up them  and knock them down.


  • WA DC Swamp Fake News Wildfires and Arson

    WA  DC Swamp Fake News Wildfires and Arson

    Weather. com question “HOW CAN A SWAMP CATCH ON FIRE?”

    If you support  President Trump you understand these analogies

    HOW DID THE WA DC SWAMP CATCH ON FIRE?

     “This is the worst I’ve seen it and I’ve never seen so many red flags”

    An estimated 320 Florida wildfires were intentionally set.

    www.mypalmbeachpost.com/…320-florida-wildfires…/wgtTopAd79CcdWpGdKzr2L/

    May 8, 2017 – FLORIDA’S WILDFIRES CONTINUE TO BLAZE WITH ARSON SUSPECTED in an … from the West Mims Fire burning in the Okefenokee SWAMP National Wildlife Refuge …

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    AN ESTIMATED 320 WILD FAKE NEWS STORIES WERE INTENTIONALLY STARTED BY ARSONISTS, LEAKED TO THE PRESS AND THEY CONTINUE BURNING IN WA DC SWAMP.

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    Swamps complicating Treasure Coast firefighting | Video – TC Palm

    www.tcpalm.com/story/news/local/2017/04/12/swamps…firefighting/100365056/

    Apr 12, 2017 – Swamps are drying out and catching fire. … State of emergency declared as more than 100 wildfires burn | Video, photos. It is one of nine …

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    THE WA DC DEMOCRATS ARE FIDDLING WHILE THEIR SWAMP  BURNS

    DRAINING THE WA DC SWAMP HAS BEEN COMPLICATED BY THE WA DC DEMOCRATS IN/ BY MEMBERS OF CONGRESS  AND  OBAMA’S LEFTOVERS  TO AVOID DEALING WITH THE REAL ISSUE CREATED BY THE FALSE NEWS, NATIONAL SECURITY AND PRIVACY.

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    MAY 17, 2017 PRESIDENT TRUMP AND HIS ADMINISTRATION ARE BUSY DEALING WITH REAL  U.S. GOVERNMENT AND GLOBAL ISSUES.

    MEANWHILE, OUR PRESIDENT IS UP TO HIS ARMPITS IN ALLIGATORS TRYING TO DRAIN THE WA DC SWAMP, NO WORRIES, HE WAS FOREWARNED BY PRESIDENT RONALD REAGAN

    FEB 10, 1982 “I KNOW IT’S HARD  WHEN YOU ARE UP TO YOUR ARMPITS IN ALLIGATORS TO REMEMBER YOU ARE HERE TO DRAIN THE SWAMP”

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    HERE ARE SOME “LOL” ANALOGICAL FACTS ABOUT ALLIGATORS

    ALLIGATORS FORM SO-CALLED “BELLOWING CHORUSES”. LARGE GROUPS OF ANIMALS BELLOW TOGETHER FOR A FEW MINUTES A FEW TIMES A DAY, USUALLY ONE TO THREE HOURS AFTER SUNRISE.

    THE BELLOWS OF MALE AMERICAN ALLIGATORS ARE ACCOMPANIED BY POWERFUL BLASTS OF INFRA SOUND ANOTHER FORM OF MALE DISPLAY IS A LOUD HEAD-SLAP.

    RECENTLY, ON SPRING NIGHTS ALLIGATORS WERE FOUND TO GATHER IN LARGE NUMBERS FOR GROUP COURTSHIP, THE SO-CALLED “ALLIGATOR DANCES”.

    ALTHOUGH ALLIGATORS HAVE NO VOCAL CORDS, MALES BELLOW LOUDLY TO ATTRACT MATES AND WARN OFF OTHER MALES BY SUCKING AIR INTO THEIR LUNGS AND BLOWING IT OUT IN …

    MOST OF THE MUSCLE IN AN ALLIGATOR’S JAW EVOLVED TO BITE AND GRIP PREY. THE MUSCLES THAT CLOSE THE JAWS ARE EXCEPTIONALLY POWERFUL, BUT THE MUSCLES FOR OPENING THEIR JAWS ARE COMPARATIVELY WEAK.

    AS A RESULT, AN ADULT HUMAN CAN HOLD AN ALLIGATOR’S JAWS SHUT BARE-HANDED.

    IT IS COMMON TODAY TO USE SEVERAL WRAPS OF DUCT TAPE TO PREVENT AN ADULT ALLIGATOR FROM OPENING ITS JAWS WHEN BEING HANDLED OR TRANSPORTED.

    If you support  President Trump you understand these analogies, you will LOL  and no explanation is necessary.

    Simply put….

    IF YOU DON’T UNDERSTAND YOU ARE A  DEMOCRAT.


  • Recorded Vote American Health Care Act

    FINAL VOTE RESULTS FOR ROLL CALL 256

    Twenty Elected Republicans voted against America’s health care on Thursday.

    More than half of the members who voted “no” are part of the Tuesday Group

    (Republicans in roman; Democrats in italic; Independents underlined)
    H R 1628      RECORDED VOTE      4-May-2017      2:18 PM
    QUESTION:  On Passage
    BILL TITLE: American Health Care Act

    Ayes Noes PRES NV

    Republican

    217

    20

    1

    Democratic

    193

    Independent

    TOTALS

    217

    213

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    —- AYES    217 —

     

    Abraham
    Aderholt
    Allen
    Amash
    Amodei
    Arrington
    Babin
    Bacon
    Banks (IN)
    Barletta
    Barr
    Barton
    Bergman
    Bilirakis
    Bishop (MI)
    Bishop (UT)
    Black
    Blackburn
    Blum
    Bost
    Brady (TX)
    Brat
    Bridenstine
    Brooks (AL)
    Brooks (IN)
    Buchanan
    Buck
    Bucshon
    Budd
    Burgess
    Byrne
    Calvert
    Carter (GA)
    Carter (TX)
    Chabot
    Chaffetz
    Cheney
    Cole
    Collins (GA)
    Collins (NY)
    Comer
    Conaway
    Cook
    Cramer
    Crawford
    Culberson
    Curbelo (FL)
    Davidson
    Davis, Rodney
    Denham
    DeSantis
    DesJarlais
    Diaz-Balart
    Duffy
    Duncan (SC)
    Duncan (TN)
    Dunn
    Emmer
    Estes (KS)
    Farenthold
    Faso
    Ferguson
    Fleischmann
    Flores
    Fortenberry
    Foxx
    Franks (AZ)
    Frelinghuysen
    Gaetz
    Gallagher
    Garrett
    Gibbs
    Gohmert

    Goodlatte
    Gosar
    Gowdy
    Granger
    Graves (GA)
    Graves (LA)
    Graves (MO)
    Griffith
    Grothman
    Guthrie
    Harper
    Harris
    Hartzler
    Hensarling
    Hice, Jody B.
    Higgins (LA)
    Hill
    Holding
    Hollingsworth
    Hudson
    Huizenga
    Hultgren
    Hunter
    Issa
    Jenkins (KS)
    Jenkins (WV)
    Johnson (LA)
    Johnson (OH)
    Johnson, Sam
    Jordan
    Kelly (MS)
    Kelly (PA)
    King (IA)
    King (NY)
    Kinzinger
    Knight
    Kustoff (TN)
    Labrador
    LaHood
    LaMalfa
    Lamborn
    Latta
    Lewis (MN)
    Long
    Loudermilk
    Love
    Lucas
    Luetkemeyer
    MacArthur
    Marchant
    Marino
    Marshall
    Mast
    McCarthy
    McCaul
    McClintock
    McHenry
    McKinley
    McMorris Rodgers
    McSally
    Meadows
    Messer
    Mitchell
    Moolenaar
    Mooney (WV)
    Mullin
    Murphy (PA)
    Noem
    Nunes
    Olson
    Palazzo
    Palmer
    Paulsen

    Pearce
    Perry
    Pittenger
    Poe (TX)
    Poliquin
    Posey
    Ratcliffe
    Reed
    Renacci
    Rice (SC)
    Roby
    Roe (TN)
    Rogers (AL)
    Rogers (KY)
    Rohrabacher
    Rokita
    Rooney, Francis
    Rooney, Thomas J.
    Roskam
    Ross
    Rothfus
    Rouzer
    Royce (CA)
    Russell
    Rutherford
    Ryan (WI)
    Sanford
    Scalise
    Schweikert
    Scott, Austin
    Sensenbrenner
    Sessions
    Shimkus
    Shuster
    Simpson
    Smith (MO)
    Smith (NE)
    Smith (TX)
    Smucker
    Stefanik
    Stewart
    Stivers
    Taylor
    Tenney
    Thompson (PA)
    Thornberry
    Tiberi
    Tipton
    Trott
    Upton
    Valadao
    Wagner
    Walberg
    Walden
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    Aguilar
    Barragán
    Bass
    Beatty
    Bera
    Beyer
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    Bishop (GA)
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    Doyle, Michael F.
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    Huffman
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    Jayapal
    Jeffries
    Johnson (GA)
    Johnson, E. B.
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    Joyce (OH)
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    Ryan (OH)
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    Walz
    Wasserman Schultz
    Waters, Maxine
    Watson Coleman
    Welch
    Wilson (FL)
    Yarmuth

    —- NOT VOTING    1 —

     

    Newhouse

  • U.S. GPO Keeping America Informed?

    U.S. GPO Keeping America Informed?

    U.S. Government Publishing Office (GPO)  Keeping America Informed?

    OOPS… Today is April 27, 2017 the last entry posted was April 14, 2017

    GPO Keeping America Informed? Is 13 days behind the times.

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    The 100th day of Trump’s presidency will be April 29, 2017.

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    April 26, 2017

    Press Briefing by Secretary of Veterans Affairs David Shulkin on Executive Order Improving Accountability and Whistleblower Protections

    April 26, 2017

    Background Briefing on the First 100 Days

    April 26, 2017

    Briefing by Secretary of the Treasury Steven Mnuchin and Director of the National Economic Council Gary Cohn

    April 26, 2017

    On-the-Record Press Call on the Education Federalism Executive Order

    April 25, 2017

    Press Briefing by Secretary of Interior Ryan Zinke on the Executive Order to Review the Designations Under the Antiquities Act

    April 25, 2017

    Daily Press Briefing by Press Secretary Sean Spicer and Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross

    April 24, 2017

    On-the-Record Press Briefing on the President’s Executive Order Promoting Agriculture and Rural Prosperity

    April 24, 2017

    Press Briefing by Press Secretary Sean Spicer, 4/24/2017, #40

    April 21, 2017

    Press Gaggle by Press Secretary Sean Spicer

    April 21, 2017

    Press Briefing by Secretary of Treasury Steve Mnuchin on Financial Services Executive Order and Memoranda

    April 20, 2017

    Press Briefing by Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross on the Memorandum Regarding the Investigation Pursuant to Section 232 (B) of the Trade Expansion Act

    April 19, 2017

    Press Briefing by Press Secretary Sean Spicer, 4/19/2017

    April 18, 2017

    Gaggle on Background on Buy American, Hire American Executive Order

    April 18, 2017

    Press Gaggle by Principal Deputy Press Secretary Sarah Sanders en route Kenosha, WI, 4/18/2017

    April 17, 2017

    Press Briefing by Press Secretary Sean Spicer, 4/17/2017, #38

    April 17, 2017

    Background Briefing on Buy American, Hire American Executive Order

    April 14, 2017

    Background Press Call on the Vice President’s Travel to South Korea, Japan, Indonesia, and Australia

     

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    April 14, 2017

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    January 20

    Text of a memorandum from White House Chief of Staff Reinhold R. “Reince” Priebus to the heads of executive departments and agencies on the regulatory freeze pending review

    January 21

    Transcript of remarks to reporters by Press Secretary Sean M. Spicer

    January 23

    Statement by the Press Secretary: President Trump Takes Action: Signs Series of Presidential Memoranda Dealing With Trade and Other Issues

    January 24

    Statement by the Press Secretary: President Trump Takes Action To Expedite Priority Energy and Infrastructure Projects

    Statement by the Press Secretary on media coverage of the children of Presidents

    January 25

    Statement by the Press Secretary: Praise for President Trump’s Bold Action

    January 26

    Statement by Office of Management and Budget Acting Director Mark S. Sandy: Budgetary Impact Analysis for Executive Order Entitled “Minimizing the Economic Burden of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act Pending Repeal”

    Statement by Office of Management and Budget Acting Director Mark S. Sandy: Budgetary Impact Analysis for Executive Order Entitled “Enhancing Public Safety in the Interior of the United States”

    Statement by Office of Management and Budget Acting Director Mark S. Sandy: Budgetary Impact Analysis for Executive Order Entitled “Border Security and Immigration Enforcement Improvements”

    Statement by Office of Management and Budget Acting Director Mark S. Sandy: Budgetary Impact Analysis for Executive Order Entitled “Expediting Environmental Reviews and Approvals for High Priority Infrastructure Projects”

    January 27

    Statement by the Press Secretary: President Trump Announces Manufacturing Jobs Initiative

    Statement by the Press Secretary: President Trump’s First Week of Action

    Statement by the Press Secretary: Evening Communications Briefing

    January 29

    Statement by the Press Secretary: Top Highlights From the Sunday Shows

    January 30

    Statement by the Press Secretary: Senate Democrats Obstruct President Trump’s Nominees To Lead Major Departments, Agencies

    Statement by the Press Secretary on the appointment of Dana J. Boente as Acting Attorney General

    January 31

    Transcript of a press briefing by Press Secretary Sean M. Spicer

    Statement by the Press Secretary: President Donald J. Trump Will Continue To Enforce Executive Order Protecting the Rights of the LGBTQ Community in the Workplace

    Statement by the Press Secretary: President Trump Works To Make Drugs More Affordable, Create Jobs

    Statement by the Press Secretary: Doing What He Said He Would: President Trump’s Transparent, Principled, and Consistent Process for Choosing a Supreme Court Nominee

    Statement by the Press Secretary: President Donald J. Trump Nominates Judge Neil Gorsuch to the United States Supreme Court

    Text of a background paper on Supreme Court Nominee Neil M. Gorsuch

    Text of a brief curriculum vitae of Supreme Court Nominee Neil M. Gorsuch

    Statement by the Press Secretary: Bipartisan Praise for the “Impossible To Oppose” Judge Neil Gorsuch

    February 1

    Transcript of a press briefing by Press Secretary Sean M. Spicer

    Statement by the Press Secretary: Editorial Boards Across the Country Praise Judge Gorsuch

    Statement by the Press Secretary: First Lady Melania Trump Announces Chief of Staff

    Statement by National Security Adviser Michael T. Flynn on Iran’s ballistic missile launch

    February 2

    Transcript of a press briefing by Press Secretary Sean M. Spicer

    Statement by the Press Secretary: More Editorial Praise for Judge Gorsuch

    Statement by the Press Secretary: White House National Security Adviser Announces NSC Senior Staff Appointments

    Statement by the Press Secretary on Israel’s settlement activity

    February 3

    Transcript of a press briefing by Press Secretary Sean M. Spicer

    Statement by the Press Secretary on judicial action against the President’s Executive Order 13769 titled “Protecting the Nation From Foreign Terrorist Entry Into the United States”

    Statement by National Security Adviser Michael T. Flynn announcing U.S. sanctions against Iran

    February 4

    Statement by the Press Secretary: President Trump’s Second Week of Action

    Statement by the Press Secretary: Making America Safe Again: In Only Two Weeks, President Trump Delivers on His Promise To Make America Safe Again

    Statement by the Press Secretary: Getting Americans Back to Work: Sticking to His Word: President Trump’s First Two Weeks Prioritized Putting Americans Back to Work

    February 5

    Statement by the Press Secretary: Top Highlights From Sunday’s Shows

    February 6

    Transcript of a press gaggle by Press Secretary Sean M. Spicer

    February 7

    Transcript of a press briefing by Press Secretary Sean M. Spicer

    Statement by the Press Secretary: In Case You Missed It: McClatchy on Historical Precedent for President’s National Security Executive Order

    Statement by the Press Secretary: White House Director of Legislative Affairs Announces Legislative Affairs House Staff Appointments

    February 8

    Transcript of a press briefing by Press Secretary Sean M. Spicer

    Statement by the Press Secretary: President Donald J. Trump Announces His Cabinet

    Statement by the Press Secretary: First Lady Melania Trump Announces the Appointment of Anna Christina Niceta Lloyd as White House Social Secretary

    Statement by the Press Secretary on the President’s letter to President Xi Jinping of China

    Text of a CNBC.com op-ed by U.S. Global Investors Chief Executive Officer and Chief Investment Officer Frank Holmes: “CEO Confidence at Near-Record High. Why? Trump’s War on Regulation” (published February 7)

    February 9

    Transcript of a press briefing by Press Secretary Sean M. Spicer

    Transcript of a background press call by senior administration officials on Prime Minister Shinzo Abe of Japan’s visit to the White House

    February 11

    Statement by the Press Secretary: President Trump Acts To Restore Public Safety and Protect Law Enforcement

    February 12

    Statement by the Press Secretary: Top Highlights From Sunday’s Shows

    February 13

    Statement by the Press Secretary: President Donald J. Trump Names Lt. General Joseph Keith Kellogg, Jr., as Acting National Security Advisor; Accepts Resignation of Lt. General Michael Flynn

    Text of National Security Adviser Michael T. Flynn’s letter of resignation submitted to the President

    February 14

    Transcript of a press briefing by Press Secretary Sean M. Spicer

    Statement by the Press Secretary: First Lady Melania Trump Announces the Reopening of the White House Visitors Office

    Statement by the Press Secretary: President Trump: Cutting Red Tape for American Businesses

    February 15

    Text of an article by Richard Wolf of USA Today: Former Law Clerks Herald Supreme Court Nominee Neil Gorsuch’s Independence (published February 14)

    Text of a joint readout of the President’s meeting with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel

    February 16

    Statement by the Press Secretary: President Trump: Putting Coal Country Back To Work

    Text of an op-ed by Sen. Charles E. Grassley for USA Today: Democrats’ Supreme Court Double Standard

    February 17

    Transcript of a press gaggle by Principal Deputy Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders

    February 19

    Transcript of a press gaggle by Principal Deputy Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders

    February 20

    Statement by the Press Secretary: President Donald J. Trump’s First Month: Achieving Results for the American People

    February 21

    Transcript of a press briefing by Press Secretary Sean M. Spicer

    February 22

    Transcript of a press briefing by Press Secretary Sean M. Spicer

    February 23

    Transcript of a press briefing by Press Secretary Sean M. Spicer

    February 24

    Transcript of a press gaggle by Press Secretary Sean M. Spicer

    Statement by the Press Secretary: President Trump Cuts Through More Red Tape

    Text of an article by Jay Timmons of the Washington Examiner: Trump’s Focus Brings Renewed Optimism to America’s Manufacturers

    February 26

    Statement by the Press Secretary: Top Highlights From Sunday’s Shows

    February 27

    Transcript of a press briefing by Press Secretary Sean M. Spicer

    Statement by the Press Secretary: White House National Economic Council Director Announces Senior Staff Appointments

    Statement by the Press Secretary: President Donald J. Trump and First Lady Melania Trump Announce Special Guests for the Joint Address to Congress

    Text of an article by Anita Kumar and William Douglas of McClatchy: Trump Seeks To Outdo Obama in Backing Black Colleges

    Text of a readout of a White House listening session with leaders of Historically Black Colleges and Universities

    February 28

    Transcript of a press gaggle by Principle Deputy Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders

    Statement by the Press Secretary: President Trump Delivers on Jobs for the American People

    Statement by the Press Secretary: President Trump’s First 40 Days of Action: Achieving Results for the American People

    Statement by the Press Secretary: President Trump Is Delivering on Immigration Enforcement for the American People

    Statement by the Press Secretary: President Trump Inherited Many Challenges

    Statement by the Press Secretary: President Trump Is Working To Rebuild Our Nation’s Infrastructure

    Statement by the Press Secretary: President Trump Is Confronting Our Nation’s Broken Healthcare System

    Statement by the Press Secretary: President Donald J. Trump Is Restoring Public Safety for All Americans

    Statement by the Press Secretary: President Trump Is Rebuilding Americas National Security

    Statement by the Press Secretary announcing that the President signed H.R. 255, H.R. 321, and H.J. Res. 40

    Excerpts of the President’s address before a joint session of the Congress

    March 1

    Transcript of a press gaggle by Press Secretary Sean M. Spicer

    Text of a readout of the President’s meeting with Republican congressional leaders

    March 2

    Transcript of a press gaggle by Press Secretary Sean M. Spicer

    Statement by the Press Secretary: Editorials Praise President Trump’s Joint Address

    March 3

    Transcript of a press gaggle by Principle Deputy Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders

    Text of an op-ed by Alan Tonelson for the New York Times: What Trump Gets Right on Trade (published March 2)

    March 5

    Statement by the Press Secretary: Top Highlights From Sunday’s Shows

    Statement by the Press Secretary on reports concerning potentially politically motivated investigations immediately ahead of the 2016 election

    March 6

    Transcript of a press gaggle by Press Secretary Sean M. Spicer

    Statement by the Press Secretary: President Trump Congratulates Exxon Mobil for Job-Creating Investment Program

    March 7

    Transcript of a press briefing by Press Secretary Sean M. Spicer

    Statement by the Press Secretary: President Donald J. Trump and First Lady Melania Trump Announce Reopening of White House Public Tours

    Text of a readout of the President’s meeting with the House Republican Deputy Whip team

    March 8

    Transcript of a press briefing by Press Secretary Sean M. Spicer

    Statement by the Press Secretary: President Donald J. Trump and First Lady Melania Trump Announce 2017 White House Easter Egg Roll

    Statement by the Press Secretary on the observance of International Women’s Day

    March 9

    Transcript of a press briefing by Press Secretary Sean M. Spicer

    Statement by the Press Secretary on the 10-year anniversary of the disappearance of Robert A. Levinson in Iran

    Text of a readout of the President’s National Economic Council listening session

    March 10

    Transcript of a press briefing by Press Secretary Sean M. Spicer

    Transcript of a background press briefing by senior administration officials on the upcoming visit of Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany

    Statement by the Press Secretary: President Trump’s First 50 Days of Action: Achieving Results for the American People

    Text of an op-ed by Douglas Holtz-Eakin for the Washington Post: The American Health Care Act Is a Good Start (published March 9)

    March 12

    Statement by the Press Secretary: Top Highlights From Sunday’s Shows

    March 13

    Transcript of a press briefing by Press Secretary Sean M. Spicer

    Statement by the Press Secretary: President Donald J. Trump: Protecting Taxpayer Money

    Statement by the Press Secretary announcing that the President signed H.R. 609

    Text of a readout of the President’s listening session on health care reform

    March 14

    Transcript of a press briefing by Press Secretary Sean M. Spicer

    Text of an article by Damian Paletta of the Washington Post: Trump Budget Expected To Seek Historic Contraction of Federal Workforce (published March 12)

    March 15

    Transcript of a press gaggle by Press Secretary Sean M. Spicer

    Transcript of a press briefing by Office of Management and Budget Director John M. “Mick” Mulvaney previewing the President’s fiscal year 2018 budget

    Statement by the Press Secretary: President Donald J. Trump and First Lady Melania Trump Announce Additional Details for 2017 White House Easter Egg Roll

    Statement by the Press Secretary: President Donald J. Trump: Buy American and Hire American for the United States Automobile Industry

    Statement by the Press Secretary on Senate confirmation of National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster to continue service at the rank of Lieutenant General

    Text of a Wall Street Journal editorial: The Health Bill’s Fiscal Bonus (published March 14)

    March 16

    Transcript of a press briefing by Press Secretary Sean M. Spicer

    Text of a letter to the editor by Secretary of Health and Human Services Thomas E. Price in the New York Times: The Health Secretary, on the Republican Bill (published March 15)

    Statement by the Press Secretary: Happy Birthday to Mr. Ray Chavez

    March 20

    Transcript of a press briefing by Press Secretary Sean M. Spicer

    March 21

    Transcript of a press briefing by Press Secretary Sean M. Spicer

    Statement by the Press Secretary: President Donald J. Trump Signs NASA Transition Authorization Act of 2017

    Statement by the Press Secretary announcing that the President signed S. 442

    March 22

    Transcript of a press briefing by Press Secretary Sean M. Spicer

    Statement by the Press Secretary: White House Director of Legislative Affairs Announces Legislative Affairs Staff Appointments

    Statement by the Press Secretary: White House To Make Financial Disclosures Public

    Text of a readout of the President’s meeting with the Congressional Black Caucus

    Text of a Detroit News editorial: Gorsuch Turns Back Democratic Attacks

    March 23

    Transcript of a press briefing by Press Secretary Sean M. Spicer

    Text of an op-ed by Thomas Donohue for The Hill: Why Business Supports the House Republican Healthcare Plan

    Text of a joint readout of the March 20–23 consultations by senior-level U.S. and Israeli delegations

    March 24

    Transcript of a press briefing by Press Secretary Sean M. Spicer

    Statement by the Press Secretary: President Trump Delivers on Jobs for the American People

    Statement by the Press Secretary on the 60th anniversary of the Treaties of Rome

    March 27

    Transcript of a press briefing by Press Secretary Sean M. Spicer

    Transcript of a background press briefing by senior administration officials on the President’s Executive Order titled “Promoting Energy Independence and Economic Growth”

    Statement by the Press Secretary: First Lady Melania Trump Announces Director of Communications

    Statement by the Press Secretary: President Trump Takes Action To Get Washington Out of the Way

    Statement by the Press Secretary: President Donald J. Trump Announces the White House Office of American Innovation (OAI)

    Statement by the Press Secretary announcing that the President signed H.J. Res. 37, H.J. Res. 44, H.J. Res. 57, and H.J. Res. 58

    March 28

    Transcript of a press briefing by Press Secretary Sean M. Spicer

    Statement by the Press Secretary: President Trump’s Energy Independence Policy

    Statement by the Press Secretary: President and First Lady Host Bipartisan Reception for Senators at the White House

    Statement by the Press Secretary announcing that the President signed S. 305

    March 29

    Transcript of a press briefing by Press Secretary Sean M. Spicer

    Statement by the Press Secretary: President Donald J. Trump Signs an Executive Order Establishing the President’s Commission on Combating Drug Addiction and the Opioid Crisis

    Text of a Wall Street Journal editorial: Trump’s Energy Progress (published March 28)

    March 30

    Transcript of a press briefing by Press Secretary Sean M. Spicer

    Joint readout of a meeting between the President and Prime Minister Lars Lokke Rasmussen of Denmark

    March 31

    Transcript of a press briefing by Press Secretary Sean M. Spicer

    Transcript of a background press briefing by senior administration officials on the release of financial disclosure forms for White House staff members

    Transcript of a background press briefing by senior administration officials on the upcoming visits of President Abdelfattah Said Elsisi of Egypt and King Abdullah II of Jordan

    Statement by the Press Secretary: The Gorsuch Process: Unprecedented Access and Transparency

    Statement by the Press Secretary: President Trump Restores Confidence in the American Economy

    Statement by the Press Secretary announcing that the President signed H.J. Res. 42, H.R. 1362, and S.J. Res. 1

    April 3

    Transcript of a press briefing by Press Secretary Sean M. Spicer

    Statement by the Press Secretary announcing that the President signed H.J. Res. 69, H.J. Res. 83, H.R. 1228, and S.J. Res. 34

    Text of a readout of the President’s meeting with President Abdelfattah Said Elsisi of Egypt

    Text of an article by Darlene Superville for the Associated Press: Bit by Bit, Trump Methodically Undoing Obama Policies

    April 4

    Transcript of a press gaggle by Press Secretary Sean M. Spicer

    Transcript of a background briefing by senior administration officials on the visit of President Xi Jinping of China

    April 5

    Transcript of a press briefing by Press Secretary Sean M. Spicer and Director of Legislative Affairs Marc Short on the Congressional Review Act

    Statement from the Press Secretary on the decline in Southwest border apprehensions

    Statement from the Press Secretary on the observance of Gold Star Wives Day

    April 6

    Transcript of a press gaggle by Press Secretary Sean M. Spicer

    Transcript of a press briefing by Secretary of State Rex W. Tillerson and National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster

    April 7

    Transcript of a press gaggle by Press Secretary Sean M. Spicer

    Transcript of a press briefing by Secretary of State Rex W. Tillerson, Secretary of the Treasury Steven T. Mnuchin, and Secretary of Commerce Wilbur L. Ross, Jr., on the President’s meetings with President Xi Jinping of China

    Statement by the Press Secretary: President Donald J. Trump Congratulates Judge Neil M. Gorsuch on His Historic Confirmation

    Statement by the Press Secretary on the President’s meetings with President Xi Jinping of China

    April 10

    Transcript of a press briefing by Press Secretary Sean M. Spicer

    April 11

    Transcript of a press briefing by Press Secretary Sean M. Spicer

    Transcript of a background press briefing by senior administration officials on Syria

    Transcript of an on-the-record press briefing by Office of Management and Budget Director John M. “Mick” Mulvaney on a comprehensive plan for reforming the Federal Government and reducing the Federal civilian workforce

    Statement by the Press Secretary on Montenegro’s NATO accession protocol

    April 12

    Transcript of a background briefing by senior administration officials on the visit of NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg

    Transcript of a background briefing by a senior administration official on the U.N. vote on Syria and China-U.S. relations

    Statement by the Press Secretary: President Trump: Creating an Efficient, Effective and Accountable Federal Government

    April 13

    Transcript of a press briefing by Press Secretary Sean M. Spicer

    Statement by the Press Secretary announcing that the President signed H.J. Res. 43

    Statement by the Press Secretary announcing that the President signed H.J. Res. 67

    April 14

    Transcript of a background press call by senior administration officials on the Vice President’s travel to South Korea, Japan, Indonesia, and Australia

    Statement by the Press Secretary: White House Commends Atlanta First Responders for Response to Interstate 85 Bridge Fire