Making America Great Again

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Re: Making America Great Again

Post by learning » Wed Oct 25, 2017 4:43 pm

I’ve Photographed Donald Trump More Than Anyone Else

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Re: Making America Great Again

Post by the-cripple » Tue Nov 07, 2017 3:41 pm

This stupid bitch is one of the reasons we need a full ban on democrats. ... oke-loose/

Trump put her in her place although he probably should send someone to kill her and any children that may also be infected with Satanism.

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Recognizing Jerusalem as capital of Israel

Post by learning » Fri Dec 01, 2017 11:10 am ... ws_id=1818

But Donald Trump promised that he would recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel during the campaign, and it looks like he intends to keep his word...

A senior U.S. administration official said on Thursday that President Donald Trump is considering recognizing Jerusalem as the capital of the State of Israel without moving the embassy to the Israeli capital, at least for the time being.

Trump wants the recognition of Jerusalem to be a gift to Israel on the occasion of its 70th Independence Day, and he may even announce this recognition by means of a statement to be made by Vice President Mike Pence, who will visit Israel in December.

Pence will be visiting Israel next month, and he is scheduled to deliver an address to the Knesset. If the Trump administration is going to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, it is believed that it may happen at that time.

Israel became a nation in 1948, and so 2018 will be Israel's 70th anniversary. There will be independence celebrations throughout the year, and recognizing Jerusalem as Israel's capital as we approach this highly significant time would be considered a great gift to the Jewish people.

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Jerusalem is capital of Israel

Post by Floyd » Wed Dec 06, 2017 1:33 pm ... s-capital/

Donald Trump on Wednesday became the first American president to recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital, calling his decision "nothing more or less than a recognition of reality" and that the move should not be interpreted as a departure from the U.S. stance of working toward a peace process and a "two-state solution" to the age-old Arab-Israeli conflict.

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America First

Post by Floyd » Mon Dec 18, 2017 9:59 am ... y-strategy

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump is outlining a new national security strategy that refocuses the United States' relationship with the rest of the world, essentially implementing his "America First" mantra on a global scale.

It envisions nations in constant competition, reverses Obama-era warnings on climate change, and affirms that the United States will unilaterally defend its sovereignty, even if that means risking existing agreements with other countries that have dominated the United States' foreign policy since the Cold War.

The Republican president, who ran on a platform of "America First," will detail his plan Monday, one that if fully implemented could sharply alter U.S. international relationships. The plan, according to senior administration officials who offered a preview Sunday, is to focus on four main themes: protecting the homeland; promoting American prosperity; demonstrating peace through strength; and advancing American influence in an ever-competitive world.

Trump's doctrine holds that nation states are in perpetual competition and that the U.S. must fight on all fronts to protect and defend its sovereignty from friend and foe alike. While the administration often says that "America First" does not mean "America Alone," the national security strategy to be presented by Trump will make clear that the United States will stand up for itself even if that means acting unilaterally or alienating others on issues like trade, climate change and immigration, according to people familiar with the strategy.

The last such strategy document, prepared by then-President Barack Obama in 2015, declared climate change an "urgent and growing threat to our national security." A senior official said the Trump plan removes that determination — following the administration's threat to pull out of the Paris climate accord — but will mention the importance of environmental stewardship.

Despite the risk of potential isolation presented by Trump's strategy, its fundamentals are not a surprise. The Associated Press last week reviewed excerpts of a late draft of the roughly 70-page document and spoke to two people familiar with it. The draft emphasizes that U.S. economic security is national security and that economic security must be ensured with military might. And they said it would stress the U.S. is interested only in relationships with other countries, including alliances like NATO, that are fair and reciprocal.

Trump, according to the senior officials, is also expected to discuss threats he'll deem as "rogue regimes," like North Korea. Others, like Russia and China, are deemed "revisionist powers," who aim to change the status quo — Moscow and its actions with Ukraine and Georgia, and Beijing in the South China Sea. Trump is also planning to renew his call for the member states in the United Nations and NATO to spend more on defense, saying that the United States will insist on its alliances being fair and reciprocal.

The senior officials said the document refers to China as a "strategic competitor," rather than the stronger accusation of "economic aggression" previewed last week by National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster.

Despite international challenges, the document cites emerging opportunities to advance American interests in the Middle East. "Some of our partners are working together to reject radical ideologies and key leaders are calling for a rejection of Islamist extremism and violence," it says. "Encouraging political stability and sustainable prosperity would contribute to dampening the conditions that fuel sectarian grievances."

The strategy document asserts that "for generations the conflict between Israel and the Palestinians has been understood as the prime irritant preventing peace and prosperity in the region. Today, the threats from radical jihadist terrorist organizations and the threat from Iran are creating the realization that Israel is not the cause of the region's problems. States have increasingly found common interests with Israel in confronting common threats."

The criticism of Russia will come as a break from recent warm words between Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin. The leaders have spoken twice in four days, with Trump calling Putin to thank him for kind words about the U.S. stock market and Putin reaching out to Trump to thank the CIA for help in stopping a terror plot in St. Petersburg.

The strategy document will not make explicit reference to Russian attempts to meddle in the U.S. political system, but an official said it would highlight the importance of ensuring the resilience of U.S. democratic institutions.

The early draft of the strategy reviewed by the AP lamented that America had put itself at a disadvantage by entering into multinational agreements, such as those aimed at combating climate change, and introducing domestic policies to implement them.

The senior officials spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss the plan before the president's remarks.


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Trump does it Again

Post by learning » Mon Jan 22, 2018 1:53 pm ... elieve-it/

President Trump has just gone and done something no president in living memory has ever even though of doing. And for good reason.

Time and again, Trump has proved he’s one of a kind. In so many ways, there’s never before been a president of the United States quite like the 45th.

This week, Trump was at it again, totally breaking the mold of what we all came to think a president was supposed to be.

But we need to remember, Trump’s no career politician. He’s a businessman, someone who understands the kind of true leadership that politicians have long since forgotten.

Trump’s the kind of guy who knows that to truly lead, you gotta do so from the front. So, rather than sit back and urge everyone else to help Texas recover from Hurricane Harvey, Trump’s gone and thrown his own money into the collection plate first.

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Utah one step closer to becoming home of Trump National Highway

Post by learning » Tue Mar 06, 2018 11:19 am

The measure by Rep. Mike Noel, R-Kanab, would rename the National Parks Highway the Donald J. Trump Utah National Parks Highway in recognition of Trump's impact on rural Utah and public lands.

HB481, advanced on a 9-2 vote, would replace the Utah National Parks Highway, which includes sections of U.S. 89, I-15, U.S. 191 as well as parts of southern Utah roads that trace the edges of some of Utah's national parks.

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Home Depot to train 20,000 vets instead of illegals

Post by Floyd » Thu Mar 15, 2018 1:26 pm ... -shortage/

Businesses contending with tightened immigration policies by the Trump administration are turning to young Americans and veterans for construction jobs over illegal aliens.

USA Today reported Home Depot alone aims to invest $50 million to train 20,000 veterans, disadvantaged youth, and young Americans for construction work. This new course marks companies adjusting for Trump-era nationalistic economics.

Home Depot now is investing to train a new generation of Americans to work with their hands, as cheap, illegal foreign labor is becoming more scarce. This also indicates an upswing in wages for construction jobs may be on the way.

Pew Research data indicates that illegal workers by in large work in the construction industry. Although solid data on the number of illegals who’ve left the labor force is not yet available, the assumption is illegal laborers in construction have dropped significantly due to new immigration enforcement policies in the last year.

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