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It was another week ending with beauties and beast-mode from the White House.
President Trump took a road trip beyond a military port, going to a Ford plant where they converted to ventilator production. The President had a great visit, no thanks to the incompetent fascist Democrat governor of Michigan. He did his usual best with a string of forgotten men and women proudly talking about their part in keeping Ford tough:
Scanning YouTube yielded three starkly contrasting videos:
- The First Lady extended Mother’s Day greetings and best wishes.
- The Donald J. Trump official campaign rolled out a 30-second ad with over 30,000 views already, that the leftists controlling the metrics will admit.
- Finally, my new favorite classical guitarist offered up another lovely garden session.
President Trump brought The Beast and Air Force One to Daytona Motor Speedway Sunday. Notice that NASCAR knows its customers and is not going to alienate them. So, NASCAR invited the president to be their grand marshal for the opening race of the 2020 season, the Daytona 500.
President Trump did a fly-by with Air Force One as the crowd waited for the beginning of the big race on Sunday, then rolled into the race track with his motorcade, stepping out of The Beast to greet the crowd and start the race, He and First Lady Melania Trump led the first warm-up lap in the presidential vehicle. The race was soon shut down, as a rainstorm came in, and will end up being run on Monday, Presidents Day.
After meeting people at the speedway and delivering brief remarks, Trump kicked off the race by announcing to the drivers: “Gentlemen, start your engines!”
President Trump, alongside First Lady Melania Trump, offered Americans Christmas greetings on Christmas Day. Their message was largely the same as last year’s, a reassuring bit of continuity in a tumultuous time. While different in style and some substance from Prime Minister Johnson’s Christmas message, the Trumps hit several of the same themes: a Christian […]
On Thursday, July 18, President Trump welcomed America’s team of world-class athletes to the White House, celebrating their accomplishments. No, it wasn’t the pack of subsidized spoiled soccer brats who showed their contempt for our flag, our Constitution, and all Americans who dared disagree with their Lexus Leftism.
It was the true winners in life of our Special Olympics team, who were being honored, showcased in the most powerful office in the world, the Oval Office.
First Lady Melania Trump has championed cyber-bullying as a cause, but Hoover visiting fellow Markos Kounalakis thinks she should broaden her horizons – to include a little diplomacy in her native Central Europe. It’s a portion of the world that’s drifted into angry nationalism, economic uncertainty and civil unrest, with one country (Poland) displaying troubling anti-Semitic tendencies. Kounalakis talks about all of that, plus he discusses Vladimir Putin’s Russia playing a meddling role around the world.
Reading the New York Post this morning, I enjoyed this article about Mrs. Trump making a stop on her way home from Asia in Alaska, where she visited with children and families at a pre-school and community center at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson in Anchorage. She’s so stylish and lovely. I’m so glad she is the person married […]
Hillary Rodham Clinton, former First Lady of the United States of America, now seeks to become the forty-fifth President of the United States of America – and the first woman to hold that office. Surely this must be a historic moment in the world. Ah, but no: Hillary Clinton is far from the first First […]
What’s almost as bad as unelected activist judges? How about unelected First Ladies? Have a look: http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2016/03/29/feds-to-fine-schools-for-not-following-michelle-obamas-lunch-rules.html?intcmp=hpbt3 Preview Open