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Report: Trump Firing 70 Obama Deep Staters After Firing Vindman

After firing Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman last Friday, President Trump has now moved to eliminate 70 Obama deep staters.

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After firing Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman last Friday, President Trump has now moved to eliminate 70 Obama deep staters from the National Security Council.

At long last, Trump is moving to dump Obama holdovers at the NSC. It’s only sad it took him this long to start cleaning house. If he had done it sooner, the nation would have been spared the Democrat coup attempt over the Ukraine call.

The Trump administration confirmed that 70 deep staters are being reassigned or fired from the NSC, according to the Washington Examiner.

Trump slammed Vindman, the anti-Trump NSC low-ling who served as a key part of the failed Democrat attempt to remove the president on false charges.

After the Democrat coup attempt fell far short of removing Trump, the president finally moved to boot Vindman out of the White House.

Lt. Col. Vindman was seen being escorted out of the White House by security last Friday.

Vindman was a member of the National Security Council (NSC) but became a clear enemy to the people when he became part of the fake impeachment star chamber the Democrats whipped up against President Trump last year.

Vindman was not the only deep state head to roll on Friday.

The administration also recalled U.S. Ambassador to the European Union Gordon Sondland, another deep stater who tried to help the traitorous Democrats eliminate the president.

“I was advised today that the president intends to recall me effective immediately as United States ambassador to the European Union,” Sondland said, according to Fox News.

“With Sondland and Vindman out, eight of 12 officials who testified publicly during the impeachment hearings have left their roles, been fired, or reassigned,” Fox noted.

Let’s hope it will soon be 12 of 12.

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President Trump’s Approval Rating Hits Post-Impeachment High

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President Trump’s approval rating hits record high as he mocks ‘fake media’ polls predicting he’ll lose the election.

This in spite of the constant mainstream media attacking President Trump. He is setting records with his rallies that the Democrats cannot even hope to match or come close to.

NYP:

President Trump’s polling numbers have reached their all-time high.

The RealClearPolitics average shows Trump’s approval hitting 46 percent.

The last time the public opinion of Trump’s performance as commander in chief was at that level was in February 2017.

The new mark is derived from a RealClearPolitics average of nine recent Trump job-approval polls.

A Rasmussen Reports poll, conducted from Sunday to Tuesday, earned the president the highest job-approval rating of all — 50 percent.

Trump took advantage of the favorable numbers, tweeting the results of the Rasmussen poll on Tuesday with the caption, “THANK YOU! #MAGA #KAG2020,” acronyms for his campaign slogans Make American Great Again and Keep America Great. More

President Trump has achieved more in the first 3 years of his presidency than anyone ever; doing so while being subjected to the most ferocious opposition attack against any president has had. He is the greatest president of all time.
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Trump Goes After Pelosi, Romney: “I Don’t Like People Who Use Their Faith As Justification For Doing What They Know Is Wrong”

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President Trump today took a swipe at Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) and Sen. Mitt Romney (R-Utah) for invoking religion during the impeachment proceedings while speaking at the National Prayer Breakfast.

“Weeks ago, and again yesterday, courageous Republican politicians and leaders had the wisdom, fortitude, and strength to do what everyone knows was right. I don’t like people who use their faith as justification for doing what they know is wrong. Nor do I like people who say ‘I pray for you’ when they know that’s not so.”

The Hill:

Trump opened his remarks at the event by railing against the recently concluded impeachment process, taking an unmistakable jab at Romney, who voted to convict Trump one impeachment charge, and Pelosi, who was seated just a few feet away. When he entered the room, Trump held up newspapers emblazoned with headlines announcing his acquittal.

Romney voted on Wednesday convict Trump for abuse of power, and Pelosi, one of the president’s chief foils, launched the impeachment inquiry in September.

Romney, a devout Mormon, frequently spoke about his religion and prayer when explaining his reasoning for voting to convict Trump on one article of impeachment.

“Does anyone seriously believe that I would consent to these consequences other than from an inescapable conviction that my oath before God demanded it of me?” Romney asked before the vote, growing emotional as he spoke.

The Utah Republican was the only senator to cross party lines in Wednesday’s vote. Trump was acquitted on both abuse of power and obstruction of Congress in the GOP-controlled Senate.

Pelosi has regularly said she prays for the president and his family. In December, she pushed back at a question in December about whether she hates Trump, insisting she does not hate anybody because of her Catholic faith.  More

President Donald Trump shows his fortitude, growing stronger in the face of increasingly desperate assaults; he has not wilted, nor shrunk from his agenda, but continued on restoring and growing America’s future, ensuring the inclusion of those socially disadvantaged.

In stark difference, Nancy Pelosi, Chuck Schumer and their latest ally Mitt Romney are being exposed as the fanatics they are; disinterested in anything, except their own pursuit of power.

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President Donald Trump is Acquitted on Both Impeachment Articles

The U.S. Senate has acquitted president Donald John Trump on both impeachment charges today.

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The U.S. Senate has acquitted president Donald John Trump on both impeachment charges today.

As expected, the Republican Senators voted as a block with every Senator but one voting to acquit on both charges.

The only GOP defector was traitor Mitt Romney (Utah) who voted to remove Trump from office on only one of the charges (Article One: Abuse of Power).

Per USA Today:

The Republican-led Senate voted to acquit Trump on two articles of impeachment – abuse of power and obstruction of Congress. Sen. Mitt Romney, R-Utah, was the only senator to cross party lines by voting to convict for abuse of power. Conviction was always unlikely in the GOP-led Senate, where Republicans hold a 53-47 majority because it required the support of at least two-thirds of the Senate or 67 senators.

The only surprising thing is that all the Democrat Senators stood firm with the far left, anti-Trumpers — even West Virginia Sen. Joe Mansion who seemed to be signaling that he would vote to acquit.

However, it is likely that once the Democrats all fully understood that there would be no substantive Republican defections, the more moderate Democrat senators felt safe enough to vote with the party line knowing that they would not be able to remove Trump, anyway.

Republicans, though celebrated the vote as a vote of “not guilty.”

Republican House Minority Leader took a jab at Nancy Pelosi on two levels with his celebratory tweet:

Both the ripping of the paper and the “acquitted for life” phrase were jabs at Pelosi who infamously just ripped up her printed copy of the president’s State of the Union speech last night and several weeks ago told reporters that Trump was “impeached for life.”

Going forward Trump will be able to say he was found innocent of the charges because he was not removed, but Democrats will counter saying that he was still impeached and will use that to try and make him illegitimate.

It won’t work. trump looks to be cruising to re-election in November despite the media’s and the Democrat’s best efforts.

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Dems Don’t Applaud for God, America’s Greatness, Death of Terrorists a State of the Union Speech

President Donald Trump delivered his State of the Union Speech last night relaying the good news that America is back.

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President Donald Trump delivered his State of the Union Speech last night relaying the good news that America is back. But Democrats were so filled with hate they could not stand and applaud when Trump talked about the low unemployment rates, even for minorities. They also could not applaud for mentions of God, Trump’s segment about America’s great history, or the death of Muslim terrorists, or even the segment where Trump said that America’s greatness will rise even more in the future.

One of the highlights of the speech was Trump’s outline of how he has brought our economy back from the depths of despair under Obama.

“The years of economic decay are over. The days of our country being used, taken advantage of, and even scorned by other nations are long behind us. Gone too are the broken promises, jobless recoveries, tired platitudes, and constant excuses for the depletion of American wealth, power, and prestige,” the president said at the outset.

Trump went on to note that his promise to revive the American economy is a promise kept. And the statistics he relayed were important touchstones to remember when we vote for president in November.

These are important points:

Since my election, we have created 7 million new jobs—5 million more than Government experts projected during the previous administration.

The unemployment rate is the lowest in over half a century.

Incredibly, the average unemployment rate under my administration is lower than any administration in the history of our country. If we had not reversed the failed economic policies of the previous administration, the world would not now be witness to America’s great economic success.

The unemployment rates for African Americans, Hispanic Americans, and Asian Americans have reached the lowest levels in history. African American youth unemployment has reached an all-time low.

African American poverty has declined to the lowest rate ever recorded.

The unemployment rate for women reached the lowest level in almost 70 years—and last year, women filled 72% of all new jobs added.

The veterans’ unemployment rate dropped to a record low.

The unemployment rate for disabled Americans has reached an all-time low.

Workers without a high school diploma have achieved the lowest unemployment rate recorded in United States history.

A record number of young Americans are now employed.

Under the last administration, more than 10 million people were added to the food stamp rolls. Under my administration, 7 million Americans have come off of food stamps, and 10 million people have been lifted off of welfare.

In eight years under the last administration, over 300,000 working-age people dropped out of the workforce. In just three years of my administration, 3.5 million working-age people have joined the workforce.

Since my election, the net worth of the bottom half of wage-earners has increased by 47%—three times faster than the increase for the top 1%. After decades of flat and falling incomes, wages are rising fast—and, wonderfully, they are rising fastest for low-income workers, who have seen a 16% pay increase since my election. This is a blue-collar boom.

Naturally, the Democrats could not stand and applaud all this great news. They sat stone-faced and ignored the fact that America is stronger than it has been in decades.

Indeed, the Democrats sat on their hands every time Trump noted that America, or Americans are great.

Democrats hate America. They always have.

If you want to read the full speech, CLICK HERE.

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Video of Bolton Unconcerned Over Ukraine Emerges, Trump Gleefully Tweets ‘Game Over’

After video re-emerged showing John Bolton acting unconcerned over Trump’s behavior with Ukraine, the President tweeted “game over”

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After video re-emerged showing John Bolton acting unconcerned over Trump’s behavior with Ukraine, President Trump gleefully tweeted “game over” and gloated that the video proves Bolton’s latest proclamations are lies.

Trump re-tweeted an interview from last August where Bolton was seen acting completely unworried about President Donald Trump’s phone call with Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky.

Contrary to the warnings he has issued lately, in the video Bolton is seen saying that the two presidents were “warm and cordial,” and he made no mentions at all about any misconduct on Trump’s part.

Trump added, “Why didn’t John Bolton complain about this ‘nonsense’ a long time ago, when he was very publicly terminated. He said, not that it matters, NOTHING!”

Bolton’s detractors also started shopping around a video clip of Bolton saying that he would lie if he thought it would serve the country.

“If I had to say something I knew was false to protect American national security, I would do it,” Bolton said in an interview with Fox Business in 2010.

The video has left attackers wondering if he is lying now or was lying before!

Then there are the accusations that Bolton sexually harassed a government contractor back in 2005.

The contractor, Melody Townsel, accused Bolton of assault in 2005. In her description of the attack (which she says happened in 1994), Townsel wrote:

‘Mr. Bolton proceeded to chase me through the halls of a Russian hotel — throwing things at me, shoving threatening letters under my door and, generally, behaving like a madman,’ she wrote.

‘John Bolton hounded me in such an appalling way that I eventually retreated to my hotel room and stayed there. Mr. Bolton, of course, then routinely visited me there to pound on the door and shout threats,’ she added.

‘He made unconscionable comments about my weight, my wardrobe and, with a couple of team leaders, my sexuality, hinting that I was a lesbian (for the record, I’m not),’ she noted.

So, whatever else, it is clear that the long knives are out for John Bolton.

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President Trump Predicts “The Beginning Of The End” For Fox News

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President Donald Trump predicted “the beginning of the end” for Fox News blasting the network for its alleged attempt “to be so politically correct.”

Twitter chimes in:
Has Fox News sold out conservatives?
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Trump Legal Team’s Six-Point Case DESTROYS Democrat Impeachment Claims

With its first appearances before the U.S. Senate, Trump legal team destroyed the Democrat’s case for impeachment.

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With its first appearances before the U.S. Senate, President Trump’s legal team destroyed the Democrat’s case for impeachment. The case went so well, it may have brought Dem. Sen. Joe Manchin to Trump’s side.

After the first segment of the Trump legal team rebuttal, West Virginia Sen. and Democrat Joe Manchin praised the Trump team’s performance.

“A good job. I thought they did a good job. They gave us a lot to think about, and I think it gives us more reasons why the one thing that stuck in my mind is they said that there wasn’t a witness that they’ve had so far that had direct contact with the president,” Manchin said Saturday. “So, I think that it reaffirms why I would love to hear from [Mick] Mulvaney and [John] Bolton.”

That “good job” was made up of a six-point defense, according to the Daily Wire.

Those six points include:

1). “The transcript shows that the president did not condition either security assistance or a meeting on anything. The paused security assistance funds aren’t even mentioned on the call.”

2). “President Zelensky and other Ukrainian officials have repeatedly said that there was no quid pro quo and no pressure on them to review anything.”

3). “President Zelensky and high-ranking Ukrainian officials did not even know, did not even know, the security assistance was paused until the end of August, over a month after the July 25 call.”

4). “Not a single witness testified that the President himself said that there was any connection between any investigations and security assistance, a presidential meeting, or anything else.”

5). “The security assistance flowed on September 11 and a presidential meeting took place on September 25 without the Ukrainian government announcing any investigations.”

6). “The Democrats blind drive to impeach the president does not and cannot change the fact, as attested to by the Democrats own witnesses, that President Trump has been a better friend and stronger supporter of Ukraine than his predecessor.”

“Those are the facts,” White House Deputy Counsel Michael Purpura said before the U.S. Senate. “Each one of these six facts standing alone is enough to sink the Democrats’ case. Combined they establish what we’ve known since the beginning, the president did absolutely nothing wrong.”

GOP Sen. Lindsey Graham also noted that the GOP attorneys laid waste to the Democrat case for impeachment.

On Sunday Morning Futures with Maria Bartiromo, Graham excoriated the Democrats.

“What happened yesterday,” Graham said. “Was in two hours in the Senate the president’s defense team destroyed the narrative created in 21 hours regarding process and substance.”

He added: “I am stunned to hear from the House managers that they want the Senate to call witnesses now [that] they could have called before.”

SEN. LINDSEY GRAHAM: I said early on I thought the first day the House managers were articulate, they were prepared. They created a compelling narrative, a tapestry regarding process and substance.

And I asked then, publicly, will it withstand scrutiny? When it came to removing the president, their arguments became very political, very shrill, and while Adam Schiff did a good job of presenting the facts, and at times with the law, when it came to removing the president he has to go right now, more audition of a future Senate run than it was compelling. What happened yesterday, in two hours in the Senate the president’s defense team destroyed the narrative created in 21 hours regarding process and substance.

MARIA BARTIROMO: Let’s talk about process and substance. Why the process? Tell me that.

LINDSEY GRAHAM: Well, the House managers told us on the floor of the United States Senate President Trump got a better deal from the House than Nixon or Clinton, and here’s what the response was. Not so. They impeached the president in 78 days, President Trump.

Imagine, 78 days to remove the president of the United States from office, nullify the 2016 election, take him off the ballot in 2020. Do you think 78 days is proper consideration of something this grave? 71 of the 78 days the president was denied the ability to call witnesses on his behalf, cross-examine witnesses, present evidence.

So the Nixon impeachment lasted for years. He went to the Supreme Court. The Clinton investigation lasted for four 1/2 years, so the defense was able to tell the Senate that all the due process given Nixon and Clinton did not exist with Trump. Then they made the most stunning of all arguments, they impeached the president of the united states in 78 days, why? Because they wanted to get it over by Christmas. Why didn’t they pursue witness in the House? That would require court action, that would delay their goal of impeaching him before the election. I think that is devastating to the House managers.

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