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Wednesday, December 28, 2016

‘Voters wanted to MAGA!’: Trump Slams Obama’s Third Term Remarks

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President Obama campaigned hard (and personally) in the very important swing states, and lost’

Adan Salazar
December 27, 2016

President-elect Donald Trump continued assailing President Barack Obama on Twitter Tuesday after the Commander-in-chief claimed he probably could have sealed a third term.


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President Obama campaigned hard (and personally) in the very important swing states, and lost.The voters wanted to MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!

1:52 PM - 27 Dec 2016

“President Obama campaigned hard (and personally) in the very important swing states, and lost,” Trump tweeted. “The voters wanted to MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!”

Obama claimed in a recently aired interview he could have beat Trump in the 2016 presidential election if he had been able to run.

“I am confident in this vision because I’m confident that if I had run again and articulated it, I think I could’ve mobilized a majority of the American people to rally behind it,” Obama said on former chief strategist David Axelrod’s “The Axe Files” podcast [2].

“I know that in conversations that I’ve had with people around the country, even some people who disagreed with me, they would say the vision, the direction that you point towards is the right one,” Obama asserted.

In typical fashion, Trump promptly took to Twitter to tell the American people exactly what he thought about Obama’s comments and legacy.


Donald J. Trump


President Obama said that he thinks he would have won against me. He should say that but I say NO WAY! - jobs leaving, ISIS, OCare, etc.

1:36 PM - 26 Dec 2016

“President Obama said that he thinks he would have won against me. He should say that but I say NO WAY! – jobs leaving, ISIS, OCare, etc,” the president-elect tweeted Monday.

As pointed out by Trump, key swing states where Obama campaigned for former opponent Hillary Clinton such as Wisconsin, North Carolina and Florida ultimately went Republican.

Last month, as Democrats struggled to come to grips with the election loss, Trump also claimed he would have also beat Clinton if the US president was picked by popular vote instead of by the electoral college.


Donald J. Trump


It would have been much easier for me to win the so-called popular vote than the Electoral College in that I would only campaign in 3 or 4--

12:34 PM - 27 Nov 2016


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states instead of the 15 states that I visited. I would have won even more easily and convincingly (but smaller states are forgotten)!

12:41 PM - 27 Nov 2016

He also stated he would have won the popular vote if “millions hadn’t voted illegally.”


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In addition to winning the Electoral College in a landslide, I won the popular vote if you deduct the millions of people who voted illegally

12:30 PM - 27 Nov 2016

The Obama administration will hand over the reins to Trump on Inauguration Day, January 20, 2017.

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Thursday, December 8, 2016

VIDEO: Mark Dice Guts New York Times After They Smear Him as “Fake News”

VIDEO: MARK DICE GUTS NEW YORK TIMES AFTER THEY SMEAR HIM AS “FAKE NEWS” Self-admitted 'dishonest' outlet struggles to maintain relevancy

Dan Lyman | - DECEMBER 8, 2016 74 Comments

VIDEO: Mark Dice Guts New York Times After They Smear Him as "Fake News"


The failing New York Times made the mistake of attacking independent journalist Mark Dice in a new article, labeling his reporting as “fake news.”


Scott Pruitt threatens future of global warming agenda

Dan Lyman | - DECEMBER 8, 2016 203 Comments

Climate Changists Throwing Fits Over Trump's EPA Pick


The latest globalist witch hunt is on as the New York Times declared incoming EPA head, Scott Pruitt, a “climate change denialist.”

President-elect Donald Trump has selected the Oklahoma attorney general to lead the Environmental Protection Agency when his administration takes control in January.

“For too long, the Environmental Protection Agency has spent taxpayer dollars on an out-of-control anti-energy agenda that has destroyed millions of jobs, while also undermining our incredible farmers and many other businesses and industries at every turn,” reads Trump’s official statement on the nomination.

Pruitt is a well-established skeptic of anthropogenic climate change theory, having co-authored an op-ed at National Review earlier this year in which he wrote, “Healthy debate is the lifeblood of American democracy, and global warming has inspired one of the major policy debates of our time. That debate is far from settled.”

“Scientists continue to disagree about the degree and extent of global warming and its connection to the actions of mankind,” he added. “That debate should be encouraged — in classrooms, public forums, and the halls of Congress. It should not be silenced with threats of prosecution. Dissent is not a crime.”

Pruitt’s LinkedIn bio states that he is a “a leading advocate against the EPA’s activist agenda.”

Leftists and global warmists are upset at the prospect of Pruitt’s appointment and what it could mean for the future of their agenda, and all mainstream media hands are on deck to smear him, with CNN contributor and vice president of, Dan Pfeiffer, going so far as to declare, “At the risk of being dramatic, Scott Pruitt at EPA is an existential threat to the planet.”


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At the risk of being dramatic. Scott Pruitt at EPA is an existential threat to the planet

11:14 AM - 7 Dec 2016

“President-elect Donald Trump picked Scott Pruitt, who opposes major clean air rules and doubts climate science, to lead the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency,” wrote the Environmental Defense Fund. “He claims, falsely, that the climate ‘debate is far from settled’ and that ‘scientists continue to disagree about the degree and extent of global warming and its connection to the actions of mankind.'”

“A vast majority of scientists, of course, agree that climate change is happening, and that it’s due to human activities.”

Multiple top United Nations officials are on record admitting that policies driven by the global warming agenda are designed with specific intent to effect economic change and redistribute wealth.

“One has to free oneself from the illusion that international climate policy is environmental policy. This has almost nothing to do with the environmental policy anymore, with problems such as deforestation or the ozone hole,” stated Ottmar Edenhofer, former co-chair of the U.N.’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. “We redistribute de facto the world’s wealth by climate policy.”

Christiana Figueres, the current Executive Secretary of the U.N. Framework Convention on Climate Change, publicly admitted that environmental activists are openly waging war on capitalism itself.

“This is the first time in the history of mankind that we are setting ourselves the task of intentionally, within a defined period of time, to change the economic development model that has been reigning for at least 150 years, since the Industrial Revolution,” she said at a press conference in 2015. “This is probably the most difficult task we have ever given ourselves, which is to intentionally transform the economic development model for the first time in human history.”

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Stone: Anti-Competitive Libs Want to Shut Down Independent Media

The discredited mainstream media wants censorship of alternative media which is more influential, says insider Roger Stone.

“What they realize is in this most recent election the tipping point has been reached,” Stone said on The Alex Jones Show Wednesday. “Independent net-based media now has more power than the networks and cable TV and the mainstream media who were in the tank for Hillary Clinton from day one.”

“Therefore, they’re hysterical trying to discredit us.”

“These people lie, they go on air and they say these things that they know are falsehoods again and again,” he added.

Ironically, the media’s accusations of Infowars, Breitbart, and The Drudge Report being “fake news” have only backfired and accelerated their irrelevancy because the attacks themselves have been debunked.

“All these attacks have done is make us stronger,” Stone pointed out. “Their ratings are falling. No one’s watching because no one believes them now. And ultimately they’ll go out of business because they will no longer be profitable.”

When leftists lose elections, as they did with Reagan and Nixon, their next move is to try to co-opt the winner, Stone said.

“The glad-handers and the self-promoters are marching onto Trump Tower en masse,” he warned. “These people are submitting their résumés to this transition who never shared Trump’s philosophy and in fact are probably responsible for a number of the bad policy decisions that brought the country to where it is today.”

The establishment is so determined to shut down real news sites that the European Union recently demanded that social media companies like Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube to begin censoring so-called “fake news” under the guise of combating “illegal hate speech” and “online radicalization”.

Infowars is responding by spearheading a petition calling for President-elect Trump to defend legitimate independent media.

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Sunday, December 4, 2016

SR 1377 – African Migrants Rushing the Southern Border Ahead of Trump

Virgil: The Trump Deal — Five Early Clues as to How He Will Govern


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by VIRGIL2 Dec 20161,033

Donald Trump won’t be president for another two months, and yet already he is scoring successes for American workers, as the deal to keep a thousand or more jobs at the Carrier Corporation reminds us. 

On November 30, a jubilant Sean Hannity, the Fox News host, tweeted out, “1000 Families will have a better Christmas & future because @realDonaldTrump cared enough to fight for them.” And then he added this apt jibe: “Where was @BarackObama—Useless.” 

The following day, December 1, the President-elect visited the Carrier plant in Indianapolis.  In his visit, thronged by grateful workers, Trump took time to highlight the good news: that is, not only the jobs saved, but also the $16 million in new investment that Carrier will make—which will, of course, ultimately create more jobs.  As Vice President-elect Mike Pence said on Thursday, “Today America won and we have Donald Trump to thank.”

Of course, any success for Trump is a defeat for the MSM.  And so The New York Timesstruck back, packing such loaded phrases as “frenetic activity,” “impulsive gestures,” “compulsively theatrical,” and “headline grabbing” into one of its myriad of anti-Trump stories. 

For its part, The Washington Post was equally eager to undercut Trump’s triumph, suggesting that it was somehow un-presidential for Trump to roll up his sleeves and actually fight for American jobs; evidently, the Post prefers President Barack Obama’s “what me worry?” attitude of aloof indifference.  Indeed, in June of this year, Obama, asked about the jobs that have gone overseas during his presidency, pronounced to an audience that “Those jobs of the past are just not going to come back.” 

Oh, but wait, there was one time when Obama personally tried to get something done for the American people: That was his 2009 trip to Copenhagen, Denmark, to pitch Chicago as the site of the 2016 Olympics.  As we all remember, he failed; in fact, Chicago was eliminated in the first round. As Hannity said of him, useless.

Returning to the present day, the Post insinuated this nitpicking commentary on Trump’s job-keeping success into the fourth paragraph of its “news” story: 

Experts said no modern president has intervened on behalf of an individual company, a move that amounts to the nation’s highest office choosing winners and losers in the economy. Conservatives have long decried such incentive packages as distorting free markets, while liberals have characterized them as corporate subsidies.

For his part, Trump took time not only to rebut the quibbling, but also double down on his activism. That is, he promised to do it again if need be: 

I think it’s very presidential . . . We’re going to have a lot of phone calls made to companies when they say they’re leaving this country because they’re not going to leave this country.

To be sure, a few media outlets recognized Trump’s achievement: The New York Postheadlined, “Donald Trump is already helping the working class,” adding: 

Sure, it’s unusual for a president-elect to interject himself in the economic mechanizations of a specific company—let alone the economy writ large—but everything about Trump being the next president is unusual.

Yes, that’s a fair statement: Trump is unusual.  But he just won a presidential election, carrying 30 states and more than 300 electoral votes—and in recent decades, that’s been decidedly unusual for a Republican.  

Indeed, Trump can now be thought of as the opposite of a “lame duck”—that being a politician, still in office, who has lost his mojo.  Instead, Trump has demonstrable clout even before taking the oath office.  

In the meantime, it’s a safe bet that the average American is thinking to himself or herself: If it takes “unusual” to save my job and other Americans’ jobs, too, then please, let’s have more unusual!

So, even though his inauguration is nearly eight weeks away, we are learning more about how Trump will lead and govern as our 45th president.  Specifically, we can identify a quintet of key characteristics: 

  1. He will keep his promises and keep in close touch with his supporters, as well as all Americans.  And if that means bypassing the MainStream Media, well, the MSM will have to deal with it. 
  2. As befits the author of the classic book, The Art of the Deal, he will be a hands-on, deal-making activist on behalf of jobs and growth.
  3. He will adopt an inclusive, even magnanimous, approach to governing, befitting a leader who has pledged to be president for all Americans.  And that means making room, at least a little, for even “Never Trump” Republicans.
  4. He will govern in a common-sense spirit, however politically incorrect.
  5. He will uphold center-right American nationalism, even if the liberal elite hates it.

It’s all starting to add up to something big—something that might soon be known as the Trump Deal.   

Let’s look at each in turn: 

1) Keeping promises, keeping in touch.  Immediately after the election, the much-reviled TransPacific Partnership, which Trump had vociferously denounced, was tossed out the window.  This defeat for “America Last” globalism came as a painful shock to Obama and also to his establishment Republican allies, such as Ohio Governor John Kasich, who visited the White House in September, as part of an obvious attempt to undercut Trump’s candidacy.  Indeed, Kasich has been doubly pained;  in November, Trump carried the Buckeye State by more than eight points over Hillary Clinton.  

Meanwhile, the President-elect is on his post-election “Donald J. Trump USA Thank You Tour 2016,” emphasizing, yet again, that he is serious about keeping his campaign promises.   For example, as he said in Indiana, “Trust me, we are going to build that wall.”

At the same time, his social-media machine continues to churn, leaving the MSM to spin its wheels.  In a revealing November 29 Breitbart piece headlined, “Under the Hood: How Donald Trump Has Cut Around Corporate Media to Reach Millions Directly Online,” reporter Matthew Boyle summed up the efforts of Trump social media director Dan Scavino: During the campaign, Scavino oversaw an operation that generated 21 billion Facebook impressions, 1.3 billion video views, and nearly 50 million “likes.” Meanwhile, on Twitter, Trump’s posts, beaming out to 16.2 million followers, enjoyed nearly nine billion impressions.  All in all, 36 million people were within his personal social media reach.

Yet the heart of this social-media cornucopia was Trump himself.  As Scavino put it, 

The success to our social media platforms comes directly from then-candidate, and now President-elect of the United States of America, Donald J. Trump.  It is all Mr. Trump and his messaging. Whether Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram platforms, Mr. Trump is directly involved with our social media messaging.  He loves communicating with the American people, and he loves seeing what is going out.

Which is to say, any curious American, fan or foe, can click on “All Trump, all the time.”  Of course, Trump’s instant accessibility is bothersome to the MSM, which has enjoyed its “gatekeeper” function for so long.  To which millions of Americans might say, “Too bad!” 

Indeed, some are even willing to take this new-media reality to the next level.  As Sean Hannity, a leading Trump ally, has boldly suggested, perhaps Trump doesn’t need the MSM at all anymore.  Hannity says of the press: 

They lie.  They’re corrupt.  They’re dishonest. They collude.  They’re all in this hyperventilating mode about “fake news” now, but they are fake news.  That’s them.  It’s now on display for the world to see.

Then the Fox man added this bombshell of a recommendation: 

I suggested the other day that if any of these organizations were involved in collusion with the Clinton campaign, why do they get a seat in the White House press office?  Why does Donald Trump need a White House press office?

These are, indeed, provocative questions.  The rest of us can observe: If the MSM is relentlessly hostile, and if Trump can reach the American people without the MSM, then the logic of Hannity’s argument starts to come into focus. 

2) Deal-making activist.  Already, since the election, the stock market is up, hiring is up, consumer confidence is up to the highest level in nearly a decade, surveys of Wall Street analysts show widespread optimism, and the Organization of Economic Cooperation and Development has raised its growth forecast for the US economy.  

Still, it’s worth recalling that Trump isn’t even president; he hasn’t had a chance, yet, to implement the promises he made at Gettysburg, PA on October 22, including, “lift the restrictions on the production of $50 trillion worth of job-producing American energy reserves.” That is, energy resources currently strangled by government red tape.  Yet even now, investors are factoring Trump’s pro-growth policies into their bullish projections. 

We might note that Trump will not be the only big-thinking deal-maker in his administration.  As Politico reported on November 30, Trump’s choice of Steven Mnuchin as the next treasury secretary comes with Mnuchin’s declaration that new investments in infrastructure will be a “high priority.”  

In addition, Mnuchin strongly praised Trump’s work to keep Carrier in Indiana, labeling it “terrific,” recalling, 

The president-elect and the vice president-elect picked up the phone and called the CEO of the United Technologies and told them we want to keep jobs here.  Can’t remember the last time a president did that and this is going to be a terrific opportunity.

Moreover, Mnuchin suggested that more such deals would be in the making.  To be sure, the Carrier deal is “only” 1000 jobs, in an economy that employs 124.7 million.  So yes, of course, America not only needs better deal-making, it also needs better policy-making.  And the Trump-Pence administration pledges just that: tax reduction and reform, deregulation, and more energy production, just for starters.

As Trump said on December 1, his mission is to “reverse the stagnation and usher in a period of prosperity and growth.”  Then he added:

We’ll compete in the world, we want to compete in the world, but we’re going to compete in the world where it’s a two-way road, not a one-way road.  The advantages are going to come back to our country, and they haven’t for many, many years.

And once again, political hope is on its way to becoming an administration-wide policy reality.  Here’s the front-page headline in The Washington Post: “Trump nominees map out plans for tax cuts, trade and Carrier-style negotiations.”  As Mnuchin also noted:

It starts with an attitude of this administration.  This president, this vice president-elect is going to have open communications with business leaders.

Needless to say, Trump’s deal-making for jobs and profits horrifies ivory-tower ideologues and Trump haters.  Here, for example, is a tweet in response to the Carrier deal from Rep. Justin Amash (R-MI), a hardcore libertarian: 

Not the president-elect’s job.  We live in a constitutional republic, not an autocracy.  Business-specific meddling shouldn’t be normalized.

And The Wall Street Journal editorial page—long a hotbed of Never Trump globalism—also chimed in with a critique.  Reading their words, an ordinary American might fairly conclude: These libertarian ideologues care more about their intellectual abstractions than flesh-and-blood workers. And we might further note that such intellectual abstractions have a funny way of always serving the interests of Wall Street globalists. 

Meanwhile, many on the left also criticized the deal, including Binyamin Applebaum of The New York Times:

It is impossible to assess the merits of the Carrier deal until we know why the company changed its mind–and at what cost to taxpayers.

And Ralph Nader, too, tut-tutted.  

In addition, bitter-ender Never Trumpers, such as Amanda Carpenter —now happily ensconced at CNN—will never miss a chance to trash Trump, even when he saves US jobs.

Yet even so, some practical-minded Democrats are climbing on board the Trump Express.  Here are the words of Virginia’s Democratic governor Terry McAuliffe, a longtime supporter of Bill and Hillary Clinton: 

Defense spending, infrastructure—if we can work together on those things, we’re gonna have a good, healthy relationship.  The elections are over.  Politics is done.  Let’s get to work.

One needn’t be fond of McAuliffe nonetheless to recognize this reality: When leaders work together on behalf of job-creating projects, well, it’s more likely that jobs indeed will be created. 

Indeed, one can see an emerging political model of, yes, Putting America First.  As Trump said on his trip, “Companies are not going to leave the United States anymore without consequences.”  And that means that the breezy assumption—so dominant during the Clinton, Bush 43, and Obama administrations—that outsourcing and offshoring are inevitable, even desirable, is over. 

In fact, across the country, it’s likely that vulnerable American workers are delighted: Finally, a president who remembers the Forgotten Man, and the Forgotten Woman.

3) Inclusive approach to governing.  Here we can start by recalling Trump’s selection of Mike Pence as his running mate; Pence, of course, is not only from the heartland, but also straight from the heart of the GOP.  And there was the choice also of another insider, Republican National Committee chairman Reince Priebus, to be White House chief of staff. 

Most recently, we can note Trump’s selection of Elaine Chao—a presidential appointee in the last three Republican administrations—as his secretary of transportation. (Chao, of course, is also the wife of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell.) 

And then there’s the case of Mitt “Never Trump” Romney.  If Trump can forgive him, and even share a cozy meal, then obviously he has the capacity to forgive, and perhaps include, anyone.   

Once again, not everyone will appreciate every last one of Trump’s personal, or personnel, choices.  But our purpose here is not to praise what Trump does but, rather, to inventory the early clues we are seeing about his governing style.  And mixing in GOP insiders is definitely a part of that style. 

4) New spirit of common sense. As George Orwell once put it, “The heresy of heresies is common sense.”  As for Trump, his entire campaign has been about common sense, starting with such obvious goals as closing the border to terrorists, standing up for law and order, and rebuilding America’s infrastructure.   

Indeed, the post-election evidence indicates that Trump’s approach is winning people over, despite the polarization and hard feelings of the last year.  And that seems to be a testament to the gut appeal of his commonsensical approach.   

Of course, with Trump, a lot of it starts with Twitter.  And that’s wise, because as we know, the MSM hasn’t gotten any friendlier.  

And so, operating outside of the MSM’s onetime monopoly, Trump has gotten to work.  On November 21, for example, he placed a condolence call to the family of slain San Antonio police officer Benjamin Marconi.  (Not only did Obama not call, but it’s a safe bet that nobody in the White House even thought to suggest it.) 

More recently, Trump has taken up the issue of burning the American flag: He’s against it, and he thinks flag-burners should be punished.  Of course, the President-elect’s stance on basic patriotism has evoked much pearl-clutching among establishmentarians; they declare that even the most odious anti-American behavior is “protected free speech.”  

Yet what these pearl-clutchers don’t say is that burning Old Glory has only been “protected speech” since a 1989 Supreme Court decision.  And as we all know, the Court can reverse itself at any time—and perhaps a Trumpified SCOTUS will do just that.  

In addition, Trump undoubtedly spoke for the vast majority of Americans when he tweeted out, in the wake of the latest incident of domestic terrorism, at Ohio State University on November 28, that the Somali refugee who committed the attack “should not have been in our country.”  We can add: There aren’t enough NPR reporters in the country to talk the average American out of agreeing with Trump on that one. 

As Trump said in Cincinnati  on December 1, our current immigration and asylum policies have been “stupidly created by our very stupid politicians.”  And he further pledged, “We will suspend immigration from regions where it cannot be safely processed.”  We can add that this paradigm-shift is especially urgent since the Obama administration is in the process of admitting thousands of potentially dangerous refugees that have been rejected by Australia.  That’s right: Under current policy, we are now taking an allied country’s rejects. 

Now let’s look at another f’rinstance that illuminates how Trump thinks, on the one hand, and how the MSM thinks, on the other.  Here’s a  headline from the left-wing magazine, The New Republic, on November 30: “What Will Happen to Chelsea Manning Under President Trump? Trump has threatened to review the military’s transgender policies, putting the whistleblower’s future at risk.”  

We all recall the case of Chelsea Manning, aka Bradley Manning, the Army soldier who leaked hundreds of thousands of classified documents in 2010.  Manning was prosecuted under the Espionage Act and sentenced to 35 years in prison.  

And once in prison, Manning declared that he was a she.   And so, bolstered by a slew of ACLU lawyers, Manning demanded a sex-change operation, as well as associated hormone treatments.  That’s right, a criminal demanded such a remarkable medical dispensation, with, of course, the insistence that Uncle Sam pay it.  Not surprisingly, the Obama administration quickly agreed.  

Thus we can step back and see: The left has slipped into the dialogue the silly notion that gender-reassignment surgery—which costs $30-50 thousand, not including hormone treatments, etc.—is just another worthy  form of “healthcare.”   And so, of course, as with Obamacare, the government should pay for it. 

Now we can pause for a moment to recall that Trump himself has zero anti-gay animus.  Indeed, in his Cleveland acceptance speech, Trump carefully articulated the words, “LGBTQ” as he recalled the terrorist attack in Orlando, FL.  And he also invited Peter Thiel, the gay Silicon Valley mogul, to speak for him to the conventioneers. 

Yet still, Trump has kept his perspective, distinguishing between basic human rights and foolish liberal boondoggles.  And so during the fall campaign, Trump challenged the “politically correct” Obama policy of “social engineering,” adding that  instances such as the Manning case were “ridiculous.”

Yet as The New Republic sobbed:

It took Army officials nearly 18 months after she sought treatment for gender dysphoria to approve her for hormone treatments, but she is still required to conform to male military dress standards.

And the magazine further worries that under a Trump administration, “She would probably be the first person to lose care”—care being defined, of course, as including costly gender-reassignment surgery.  Meanwhile, the rest of us can say: Manning is a criminal, and maybe this is what a true punishment looks like.

5) Uphold center-right American nationalism.  It wasn’t so long ago, 2008, to be exact, that Obama traveled to Berlin to address his worldwide audience as “citizens of the world.”  To which the proper response, of course, is that to be a “citizen of the world” is to be a citizen of nowhere. 

Trump, of course, has always seen things differently from Obama: As he also said in Cleveland, “Americanism, not globalism, will be our credo.” 

In the meantime, we are starting to see, more and more, that pro-American philosophy translated into personnel.  It’s been obvious for a long time that Trump admires generals; indeed, on December 1, he picked another one, Marine Gen. James Mattis, to be his secretary of defense.

So what might the rest of us conclude from Trump’s choices so far?  This much is obvious: Trump respects the military uniform, and those who made the conscious choice, decades ago, to don that uniform on behalf of the nation, thereby assuming the greatest possible personal risk. 

Indeed, we can go further, and make a larger point about American nationalism: It’s hard to think of any category of American that more epitomizes the patriotic, nationalist spirit than the man or woman who volunteers to shoulder the burden of our national defense. 

Of course, not everyone agrees: According to the MSM and most professors, nationalist sentiments are to be deemed only as “racist,” or “xenophobic.”  

Yet here’s a dissenting view from a self-declared gay liberal, Jonathan Haidt of New York University, writing in The American Interest.  Haidt maintains that nationalism is, ultimately, an expression of affection, even love, for one’s own fellow citizens—nothing more, and nothing less:

Nationalists see patriotism as a virtue; they think their country and its culture are unique and worth preserving.  This is a real moral commitment, not a pose to cover up racist bigotry.  Some nationalists do believe that their country is better than all others, and some nationalisms are plainly illiberal and overtly racist.  But as many defenders of patriotism have pointed out, you love your spouse because she or he is yours, not because you think your spouse is superior to all others.

Thanks to the hard work and heroism of Gen. Mattis, Gen. Mike Flynn, and all the other military officers in Trump’s orbit—along with, of course, the efforts of all other active-duty personnel and veterans—those who don’t agree with Haidt are free to express their contrary opinion.  

Yet in the meantime, those who agree with Trump, Mattis, Flynn, et al. are equally free to express their opinion. (Except, of course, on PC college campuses.) 

As Trump said on December 1:

We are going to bring our country together, all of our country. We’re going to find common ground, and we will get the job done properly.

God bless Donald Trump for seeking to bring the country together.  And yet here we can say, with all due respect, that perhaps the President-elect was being a bit, shall we say, aspirational.  That is, do we really think that George Soros, Al Sharpton, and their legions of paid and unpaid protestors are ever going to clasp hands with Trump? 

Yet as we have seen, Trump is ready, if need be, to do battle—and he has the tools he needs, including a social-media army, a pro-growth action agenda, a basic common sense, and an instinctive pro-American patriotism.  And so the battle of is to continue, and it probably will, Trump is well-equipped.  In other words, this tweeting and deal-making commander-in-chief will be governing in his inclusive, commonsensical, center-right style.

Yes, the Trump Deal is emerging—and the MSM and the Democrats will just have to deal with it.  

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Wednesday, November 30, 2016

REPORT: Andrew Wakefield Met With Donald Trump Over Vaccines

  • REPORT: Andrew Wakefield Met With Donald Trump Over Vaccines


November 30, 2016

by Gary Barnes



Andrew Wakefield is the single most polarizing anti-vaccination activist on earth. His new documentary, Vaxxed, has toured the country drawing both rave reviews as well as expected deep criticisms. Vaxxed, initially accepted by Robert De Niro’s Tribeca Film Festival before promptly being rejected, claims that the CDC lied about studies showing autism and vaccine links. Wakefield maintains a position that his documentary is not anti-vaccine, rather, anti-(unsafe)-vaccines. De Niro expressed that he and his wife have a child with autism and are open to Wakefield’s documentary. He also claimed he was disappointed that Vaxxed was eventually rejected from the film festival.

But the powers which be now go much higher than a Hollywood actor.

According to a report on, Wakefield, Trump and a number of anti-vaccine activists met with Trump over the summer. They described Trump as “sympathetic to the cause.”

“For the first time in a long time, I feel very positive about this, because Donald Trump is not beholden to the pharmaceutical industry,” movement leader Andrew Wakefield told STAT in a phone interview.

“He didn’t rely upon [drug makers] to get him elected. And he’s a man who seems to speak his mind and act accordingly. So we shall see,” said Wakefield. A former doctor whose medical license was revoked, Wakefield launched the movement to question the safety of vaccines nearly two decades ago with a fraudulent study (which has since been retracted) suggesting that a widely administered vaccine against measles, mumps, and rubella can cause autism.

Wakefield and a small group of like-minded activists spent nearly an hour with Trump in the closing months of the presidential campaign. “I found him to be extremely interested, genuinely interested, and open-minded on this issue, so that was enormously refreshing,” Wakefield said.

Trump has long sympathized with the anti-vaccine movement over the years.

A Trump presidency could potentially change the winds that are now blowing favorably for mandatory vaccine proponents.

Monday, November 28, 2016

Khazarians being flushed out of underground hideouts as US revolution continues

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November 28, 2016

There can be no doubt the United States is in the throes of a revolution. As a part of this, US military sources say “44 wildfires in the Southern states of Georgia, Tennessee, Kentucky and North Carolina smoked out underground cabalists,” making it clear a real purge is ongoing.

The Pentagon sources are also saying “another cabal spacecraft escaping earth was shot down over Florida on November 21st.” Yet a further cabal spacecraft was shot down off the coast of Fukushima, on November 22nd after it attacked Japan with an earthquake weapon, White Dragon Society sources in Asia say. A video of the craft going down can be seen at this link.

For those of you who think this is too far-fetched, please bear in mind that stealth jets were flying for close to 30 years before they were revealed to the public. That means the F-35 flying turkey is just a diversion and the US military has stuff that is at least 30 years ahead of what we are being shown.

Speaking about the military, Pentagon sources say they are pushing to have generals appointed as Secretary of State and as Secretary of Defense. In particular, they are pushing to have Marine General John Kelly as Secretary of State.

The Pentagon sources are also saying Trump will have a “private army of 2 million veterans, bikers and gun owners to confront Hillary thugs in DC for the inauguration.”
Newly appointed Education Secretary Betsy Devos will be “another general in the Trump cabinet” since she has her own army run by her brother Erik Prince who founded Blackwater with her money, the sources add. This means the mercenaries will no longer be sub-contracting for the Khazarian mob. If so, then it really is game over for the Khazarians.

Also, four separate sources, two Pentagon, one CIA and one ruling bloodline family say some major financial announcements are coming soon, possibly on December 1st. One announcement which will have a big impact on the gold market is that

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Sunday, November 27, 2016


Why the Electoral College is necessary

Kit Daniels - NOVEMBER 27, 2016 12 Comments

Trump: I Won Popular Vote If Illegal Voters Excluded


President-elect Donald Trump had this to say in response to the ongoing Democrat push for an election recount limited to only states Trump won:


Donald J. Trump


In addition to winning the Electoral College in a landslide, I won the popular vote if you deduct the millions of people who voted illegally

12:30 PM - 27 Nov 2016

It’s been well-documented that illegals have voted in elections, and it’s also quite possible the establishment attempted to rig the election for Hillary Clinton, but they couldn’t overcome a landslide for Trump.

The #NotMyPresident movement keeps pushing the “Hillary won the popular vote” line, but it’s meaningless; if the president was selected by popular vote, then both Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton would have campaigned in completely different states than they did.

In short, Hillary saying she won the popular vote is like saying she won a footrace by driving a Dodge Demon.

There’s a legitimate reason for having an Electoral College: if the president was selected by popular vote, then only densely population regions of the U.S. would decide who would become president. The United States of America would be reduced to the United States of New York and California, with 48 other vassal states.

And why is the presidential election the only race that’s decided by the Electoral College? Simple: it’s the only race that shows up with the same major candidates in all 50 states. Other races, such as the U.S. House and Senate, involve candidates who are chosen only by voters of that state.

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Why the Electoral College is necessary

Kit Daniels - NOVEMBER 27, 2016 12 Comments

Trump: I Won Popular Vote If Illegal Voters Excluded


President-elect Donald Trump had this to say in response to the ongoing Democrat push for an election recount limited to only states Trump won:


Donald J. Trump


In addition to winning the Electoral College in a landslide, I won the popular vote if you deduct the millions of people who voted illegally

12:30 PM - 27 Nov 2016

It’s been well-documented that illegals have voted in elections, and it’s also quite possible the establishment attempted to rig the election for Hillary Clinton, but they couldn’t overcome a landslide for Trump.

The #NotMyPresident movement keeps pushing the “Hillary won the popular vote” line, but it’s meaningless; if the president was selected by popular vote, then both Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton would have campaigned in completely different states than they did.

In short, Hillary saying she won the popular vote is like saying she won a footrace by driving a Dodge Demon.

There’s a legitimate reason for having an Electoral College: if the president was selected by popular vote, then only densely population regions of the U.S. would decide who would become president. The United States of America would be reduced to the United States of New York and California, with 48 other vassal states.

And why is the presidential election the only race that’s decided by the Electoral College? Simple: it’s the only race that shows up with the same major candidates in all 50 states. Other races, such as the U.S. House and Senate, involve candidates who are chosen only by voters of that state.

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Codes are being used, but for what?

Jon Bowne | - NOVEMBER 27, 2016 353 Comments

Pizzagate Is Real: Something Is Going On, But What?


Reddit users are speculating that weird codes are being used for something sinister, but for what exactly?

Wednesday, November 23, 2016

Obama Declares War on Infowars, Breitbart

Globalists want to regain control over public opinion

Dan Lyman & Kit Daniels
Nov. 22, 2016

With the intention to censor independent media, President Obama is now spearheading the fervent assault on so-called “fake news.”

Credit: Guillermo Gutierrez/Bloomberg via Getty Images


Credit: Guillermo Gutierrez/Bloomberg via Getty Images

This war on “fake news” began after anti-Trump world leaders, heads of social media platforms and the mainstream press realized they lost the presidential election because they no longer had credibility and influence over the US population.

Obama made clear his desire to limit news reports by populist media at a press conference in Lima, Peru, on Sunday where he also defended the Trans-Pacific Partnership.

“If, generally, we’ve got elections that aren’t focused on issues and are full of fake news and false information and distractions, then the issue is not going to be what’s happening from the outside; the issue is going to be what are we doing for ourselves from the inside,” he claimed. “The good news is that’s something that we have control over.”

These assertions come in conjunction with statements he made last week at a press conference in Germany alongside Chancellor Angela Merkel.

“Part of ways changed in politics is social media and how people are receiving information,” he said.

In a recent interview in the The New Yorker, Obama targeted some of what he likely considers his enemies in the media by name.

“People didn’t see me coming. In southern Illinois, in those counties I won, I was at VFWs and fish fries hearing people’s stories and talking to folks, so that they knew me,” he said. “They weren’t getting me through Fox or Rush Limbaugh or Breitbart or Red State.”

But as former congressman Dr. Ron Paul points out, the origin of fake news isn’t independent media sites like Infowars and Breitbart, but rather the establishment media which has hit all-time lows in public trust and ratings.

“These are the news sources that told us ‘if you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor,’” Dr. Paul revealed. “They told us that Hillary Clinton had a 98% chance of winning the election.”

“They tell us in a never-ending loop that ‘The economy is in great shape!’”

President-elect Donald Trump’s campaign was famous for powerful, simple slogans, such as “Make America Great Again” and “Drain the Swamp,” and was bolstered by a massive wave of social media support fueled by stories originating from alternative media outlets which are now being falsely smeared as “fake news” by the corporate press.

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Tuesday, November 22, 2016

Exclusive Interview: How Jared Kushner Won Trump The White House

NOV 22, 2016 @ 06:00 AM


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It’s been one week since Donald Trump pulled off the biggest upset in modern political history, and his headquarters at Trump Tower in New York City is a 58-story, onyx-glassed lightning rod. Barricades, TV trucks and protesters frame a fortified Fifth Avenue. Armies of journalists and selfie-seeking tourists stalk Trump Tower’s pink marble lobby, hoping to snap the next political power player who steps into view. Twenty-six floors up, in the same building where washed-up celebrities once battled for Trump’s blessing on The Apprentice, the president-elect is choosing his Cabinet, and this contest contains all the twists and turns of his old reality show.

Winners will emerge shortly. But today’s focus is on the biggest loser: New Jersey governor Chris Christie, who has just been fired from his role leading the transition, along with most of the people associated with him. The episode is being characterized as a “knife fight” that ends in a “Stalinesque purge.”

The most compelling figure in this intrigue, however, wasn’t in Trump Tower. Jared Kushner was three blocks south, high up in his own skyscraper, at 666 Fifth Avenue, where he oversees his family’s Kushner Companies real estate empire. Trump’s son-in-law, dressed in an impeccably tailored gray suit, sitting on a brown leather couch in his impeccably neat office, displays the impeccably polite manners that won the 35-year-old a dizzying number of influential friends even before he had gained the ear, and trust, of the new leader of the free world.

“Six months ago Governor Christie and I decided this election was much bigger than any differences we may have had in the past, and we worked very well together,” he says with a shrug. “The media has speculated on a lot of different things, and since I don’t talk to the press, they go as they go, but I was not behind pushing out him or his people.”

The speculation was well-founded, given the story’s Shakespearean twist: As a U.S. attorney in 2005, Christie jailed Kushner’s father on tax evasion, election fraud and witness tampering charges. Revenge theories aside, the buzz around Kushner was directional and indicative. A year ago he had zero experience in politics and about as much interest in it. Suddenly he sits at its global center. Whether he plunged the dagger into Christie–Trump insiders insist the Bridgegate scandal did him in–is less important than the fact that he easily could have. And that power comes well-earned.

Kushner almost never speaks publicly–his chats with FORBES mark the first time he has talked about the Trump campaign or his role in it–but interviews with him and a dozen people around him and the Trump camp lead to an inescapable fact: The quiet, enigmatic young mogul delivered the presidency to the most fame-hungry, bombastic candidate in American history.

“It’s hard to overstate and hard to summarize Jared’s role in the campaign,” says billionaire Peter Thiel, the only significant Silicon Valley figure to publicly back Trump. “If Trump was the CEO, Jared was effectively the chief operating officer.”

“Jared Kushner is the biggest surprise of the 2016 election,” adds Eric Schmidt, the former CEO of Google, who helped design the Clinton campaign’s technology system. “Best I can tell, he actually ran the campaign and did it with essentially no resources.”

No resources at the beginning, perhaps. Underfunded throughout, for sure. But by running the Trump campaign–notably, its secret data operation–like a Silicon Valley startup, Kushner eventually tipped the states that swung the election. And he did so in manner that will change the way future elections will be won and lost. President Obama had unprecedented success in targeting, organizing and motivating voters. But a lot has changed in eight years. Specifically social media. Clinton did borrow from Obama’s playbook but also leaned on traditional media. The Trump campaign, meanwhile, delved into message tailoring, sentiment manipulation and machine learning. The traditional campaign is dead, another victim of the unfiltered democracy of the Web–and Kushner, more than anyone not named Donald Trump, killed it.

That achievement, coupled with the personal trust Trump has in him, uniquely positions Kushner to be a power broker of the highest order for at least four years. “Every president I’ve ever known has one or two people he intuitively and structurally trusts,” says former secretary of state Henry Kissinger, who has known Trump socially for decades and is currently advising the president-elect on foreign policy issues. “I think Jared might be that person.”

JARED KUSHNER’S ASCENT from Ivanka Trump’s little-known husband to Donald Trump’s campaign savior happened gradually. In the early days of the scrappy campaign, it was all hands on deck, with Kushner helping research policy positions on tax and trade. But as the campaign gained steam, other players began using him as a trusted conduit to an erratic candidate. “I helped facilitate a lot of relationships that wouldn’t have happened otherwise,” Kushner says, adding that people felt safe speaking with him, without risk of leaks. “People were being told in Washington that if they did any work for the Trump campaign, they would never be able to work in Republican politics again. I hired a great tax-policy expert who joined under two conditions: We couldn’t tell anybody he worked for the campaign, and he was going to charge us double.”

Kushner’s role expanded as the Trump ticket gained traction–so did his enthusiasm. Kushner went all-in with Trump last November after seeing his father-in-law pack a raucous arena in Springfield, Illinois, on a Monday night. “People really saw hope in his message,” he says. “They wanted the things that wouldn’t have been obvious to a lot of people I would meet in the New York media world, the Upper East Side or at Robin Hood [Foundation] dinners.” And so this Harvard-educated child of privilege put on a bright-red Make American Great Again hat and rolled up his sleeves.

A power vacuum awaited him at Trump Tower. When FORBES visited the Trump campaign floor in the skyscraper a few weeks before Kushner’s Springfield epiphany, there was literally nothing there. No people–and no desks or chairs or computers awaiting the arrival of staffers. Just campaign manager Corey Lewandowski, spokesperson Hope Hicks and a strategy that centered on Trump making headline-grabbing statements, often by calling in to television shows, supplemented by a rally once or twice a week to provide the appearance of a traditional campaign. It was the epitome of the super-light startup: to see how little they could spend and still get the results they wanted.

Kushner stepped up to turn it into an actual campaign operation. Soon he was assembling a speech and policy team, handling Trump’s schedule and managing the finances. “Donald kept saying, ‘I don’t want people getting rich off the campaign, and I want to make sure we are watching every dollar just like we would do in business.’ ”

That structure provided a baseline, though still a blip compared with Hillary Clinton’s state-by-state machine. The decision that won Trump the presidency started on the return trip from that Springfield rally last November aboard his private 757, dubbed Trump Force One. Chatting over McDonald’s Filet-O-Fish sandwiches, Trump and Kushner talked about how the campaign was underutilizing social media. The candidate, in turn, asked his son-in-law to take over his Facebook initiatives.

Despite his itchy Twitter finger, Trump is a Luddite. He reportedly gets his news from print and television, and his version of e-mail is to handwrite a note that his assistant will scan and attach. Among those in his close circle, Kushner was the natural pick to create a modern campaign. Yes, like Trump he’s primarily a real estate guy, but he had invested more broadly, including in media (in 2006 he bought the New York Observer) and digital commerce (he helped launch Cadre, an online marketplace for big real estate deals). More important, he knew the right crowd: co-investors in Cadre include Thiel and Alibaba’s Jack Ma–and Kushner’s younger brother, Josh, a formidable venture capitalist who also cofounded the $2.7 billion insurance unicorn Oscar Health.

I called some of my friends from Silicon Valley, some of the best digital marketers in the world, and asked how you scale this stuff,” Kushner says. “They gave me their subcontractors.”

At first Kushner dabbled, engaging in what amounted to a beta test using Trump merchandise. “I called somebody who works for one of the technology companies that I work with, and I had them give me a tutorial on how to use Facebook micro-targeting,” Kushner says. Synched with Trump’s blunt, simple messaging, it worked. The Trump campaign went from selling $8,000 worth of hats and other items a day to $80,000, generating revenue, expanding the number of human billboards–and proving a concept. In another test, Kushner spent $160,000 to promote a series of low-tech policy videos of Trump talking straight into the camera that collectively generated more than 74 million views.

Sunday, November 20, 2016

Director Of The NSA Goes ROGUE, Travels To Meet Trump Amid Calls For His Ousting


1:41 PM 11/20/2016

U.S. Navy Vice Admiral Michael Rogers testifies at the Senate Armed Services Committee confirmation hearing on Capitol Hill in Washington March 11, 2014. REUTERS/Gary Cameron U.S. Navy Vice Admiral Michael Rogers testifies at the Senate Armed Services Committee confirmation hearing on Capitol Hill in Washington March 11, 2014. REUTERS/Gary Cameron

A top U.S. intelligence official is being considered to take over for the very man who recommended his removal from office for administrative failures.

Admiral Michael S. Rogers, director of the National Security Agency and head of U.S. Cyber Command, is expected to become the Director of National Intelligence under the next administration, the Wall Street Journal revealed. In an unprecedented move, Rogers met with President-elect Donald Trump Thursday at Trump Tower without first notifying his superiors, reports the Washington Post. Rogers’ actions reportedly agitated senior administration officials already displeased with his performance and leadership.

Current Director of National Intelligence James Clapper and Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter recommended last month that the White House relieve Rogers of his duties as head of the NSA and Cyber Command, the Washington Post reported Saturday. Clapper and Carter have criticized Rogers’ performance in the past, citing serious security breaches as well as a failure to react to the online activities of the Islamic State (ISIS).

Rogers took control of the NSA and Cyber Command in 2014 in the wake of the Edward Snowden leaks, a glaring embarrassment to the agency that cost hundreds of millions of dollars and required major operational adjustments. Rogers was tasked with preventing follow-up incidents but was unsuccessful.

Two security breaches have occurred on his watch. A Tailored Access Operations (TAO) employee, who has since been arrested, was caught stealing classified agency materials last summer. Booz Allen Hamilton contractor and TAO employee Harold T.  Martin III was arrested in August 2016 for stealing sensitive materials from the agency in one of the largest thefts of classified government documents and agency tools in U.S. history. The two cases have raised a number of questions about the NSA’s handling of America’s most sensitive national security secrets.

“[Rogers] has been at the helm of the NSA at the time of some of the most egregious security breaches,” a senior administration official told the Washington Post. “I think there’s a compelling case that can be made that some of the safeguards that should have been put in place were either not fully put in place or not implemented properly.”

In engaging ISIS, Cyber Command has reportedly had limited success against the terrorist organization. Only recently was this division able to disrupt ISIS networks. The division’s inability to adequately address this threat have exacerbated dissatisfaction with Rogers’ leadership.

Rogers was expected to be removed as the head of the NSA and Cyber Command before the elections, and the two divisions were to be split and put under separate leadership. Agency restructuring has, however, faced opposition, leading to delays.

In the meantime, Rogers appears to be attempting to secure a new position. If he becomes the director of National Intelligence, Rogers will oversee all 17 U.S. intelligence agencies.

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Trump’s Chief Of Staff Confirms There Will Be No Registry Based On Religion – USSA News | The Tea Party’s Front Page

November 20, 2016

One of the big reasons that Donald Trump was elected as that he promised immigration reform that would secure our border and make America safe again!

Part of this was looking into our immigration policies from countries that harbor or sponsor radical Islamic terrorism. Countries such as Syria, Saudi Arabia, Libya, Egypt, Yemen, and Turkey are all countries that harbor ISIS, Al Qaeda and other groups bent on destroying the west and installing their radical Islamic Sharia regimes.

Because of these very real threats, President-elect Trump has vowed to put temporary halts on immigration from this countries as well as other measures designed to make sure that terrorists are not infiltrating our country.

This has lead to many liberals overreacting fearing that there will be a “registry” of American Muslims. This of course is non-sense and would be unconstitutional, but this hasn’t stopped the left form spreading these lies.

Discussing this issue on Meet The Press, incoming White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus discussed what President-elect Trump plans to do about the problem of Radical Islam and immigration:
via Breitbart:

“Look, I’m not going to rule out anything. I wouldn’t — we’re not going to have a registry based on a religion. What I think what we’re trying to do is say there are some people — certainly not all people, Chuck — here are some people that are radicalized. And there are some people that have to be prevented from coming into this country.”

There you have it. We will not have a Muslim registry. But we are going to work hard to secure our border and make sure radical people and terrorists are prevented from gaining entry into our country.

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Friday, November 18, 2016

President-Elect Donald J. Trump Selects U.S. Senator Jeff Sessions for Attorney General, Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn as Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs and U.S. Rep. Mike Pompeo as Director of the Central Intelligence Agency



For Immediate Release

November 18, 2016

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(New York, NY) – President-elect Donald J. Trump today announced that he intends to nominate U.S. Senator Jeff Sessions to serve as Attorney General and U.S. Rep. Mike Pompeo as Director of the Central Intelligence Agency.  Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn has been selected to be the Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs.
U.S. Senator Jeff Sessions has dedicated his life to public service. He has a distinguished legal career and has served as both the U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of Alabama and Alabama Attorney General prior to his service in the U.S. Senate. He has been one of President-elect Trump’s trusted advisors on the campaign and will now continue his service as our nation’s chief law enforcement officer.
“It is an honor to nominate U.S. Senator Jeff Sessions to serve as Attorney General of the United States,” said President-elect Trump. “Jeff has been a highly respected member of the U.S. Senate for 20 years. He is a world-class legal mind and considered a truly great Attorney General and U.S. Attorney in the state of Alabama. Jeff is greatly admired by legal scholars and virtually everyone who knows him.”
"I am humbled to have been asked by President-elect Trump to serve as Attorney General of the United States,” said U.S. Senator Sessions. “My previous 15 years working in the Department of Justice were extraordinarily fulfilling. I love the Department, its people and its mission. I can think of no greater honor than to lead them. With the support of my Senate colleagues, I will give all my strength to advance the Department's highest ideals. I enthusiastically embrace President-elect Trump's vision for ‘one America,’ and his commitment to equal justice under law. I look forward to fulfilling my duties with an unwavering dedication to fairness and impartiality."
Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn, a retired United States Army Lieutenant General and former director of the Defense Intelligence Agency, assumes the position of National Security Advisor with a decorated career of more than 35 years in service to our nation. He served as President-elect Trump’s top military advisor during the campaign and will now continue providing expert advice and support to the President-elect as his National Security Advisor.
“I am pleased that Lieutenant General Michael Flynn will be by my side as we work to defeat radical Islamic terrorism, navigate geopolitical challenges and keep Americans safe at home and abroad,” said President-elect Trump. “General Flynn is one of the country’s foremost experts on military and intelligence matters and he will be an invaluable asset to me and my administration.”
"I am deeply humbled and honored to accept the position as National Security Advisor to serve both our country and our nation's next President, Donald J. Trump,” said Lieutenant General Flynn.
Congressman Mike Pompeo, representing Kansas’ Fourth Congressional District, is a former active duty cavalry officer in the U.S. Army, graduated first in his class from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, received his J.D. from Harvard Law School and was an editor of the Harvard Law Review. He currently serves on the House Intelligence Committee, which oversees America’s intelligence-gathering efforts.
“I am proud to nominate Congressman Mike Pompeo as Director of the Central Intelligence Agency,” said President-elect Trump. “He has served our country with honor and spent his life fighting for the security of our citizens. Mike graduated number one in his class at West Point and is a graduate of Harvard Law School where he served as an editor of the Harvard Law Review. He will be a brilliant and unrelenting leader for our intelligence community to ensure the safety of Americans and our allies.”
“I am honored to have been given this opportunity to serve and to work alongside President-elect Donald J. Trump to keep America safe. I also look forward to working with America’s intelligence warriors, who do so much to protect Americans each and every day,” said Congressman Pompeo.

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