Saturday, Sunday, Monday, & Tuesday Trump Tweets

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Saturday 

On Saturday President Trump tweeted @10:01 a.m., second, @10:56 a.m., his third and final tweet came @ 3:39 p.m., the first two tweets can be found @ The News Blender. In his last tweet of the day on Saturday, he sent another video, this time speaking about the United Nations and the “tremendous potential,” the organization has. The video is 33 seconds long.

Trump: Next week I’m going to be at the United Nations in New York and I’ve always said the United Nations has tremendous potential, but it has not lived up to that potential. It’s always been surprising to me that more things aren’t resolved. Because you have all of these countries getting together in one location, but it doesn’t seem to get there. I think it will. Again, I look forward to being at the United Nations next week. We’re going to make a speech. We’re going to have many meetings. A lot of good things could happen. Thank you.        


Sunday 

President Trump’s first tweet on Sunday came @4:43 p.m. where he shared his excitement over watching Tiger Woods “playing great.” 

On Sunday the final round of the Tour Championship ended with a victory for Tiger Woods. ESPN reports this is Woods first victory in five years, after having several back surgeries in previous years. It is Woods 80th PGA tour win.  


@ 4:52 p.m. President Trump announced that he would “be with Prime Minster Abe of Japan.” adding “We have done much to help Japan.” He followed his meeting announcement with a tweet @ 6:48 p.m. that shared his dinner plans @ Trump Tower with the Prime Minster of Japan. 


Monday 

@ 10:17 a.m. Monday, President Trump tweeted a link to his remarks from the UN event called “Global Call to Action on the World Drug Problem.” He followed the link highlight tweet, with issuing a highlight video of those remarks @ 12:55 p.m.. The video is 1:57 seconds long. 

President Trump’s full remarks available @ The White House.gov.  

Trump: Thank you all for being here this morning. It is a great honor to address you on an issue that affects every nation across the globe: the world drug problem.  And a big problem it is. The scourge of drug addiction continues to claim too many lives in the United States and in nations around the world. Today, we commit to fighting the drug epidemic together.

Trump: As we know, illicit drugs are linked to organized crime, illegal financial flows, corruption, and terrorism.  It’s vital for public health and national security that we fight drug addiction and stop all forms of trafficking and smuggling that provide the financial lifeblood for vicious transnational cartels. In the United States, we’re taking aggressive action, securing our border, supporting law enforcement, devoting record funding to the opioid crisis, and promoting treatment and recovery.

Trump: All of us must work together to dismantle drug production and defeat drug addiction. For this reason, last month, the United States announced a “Global Call to Action on the World Drug Problem.”  The call is simple: reduce drug demand; cut off the supply of illicit drugs; expand treatment; and strengthen international cooperation.  If we take these steps together, we can save the lives of countless people in all corners of the world.  And when I say countless, I’m talking about millions and millions of people. I’m thrilled that every country in the room today has agreed to answer our call, and I want to thank each and every one of you for your commitment to this important initiative. The United States looks forward to working with you to strengthen our communities, protect our families, and deliver a drug-free future for all of our children. Thank you very much.  And thank you for being here.  We appreciate it.


4:42 p.m. found President Trump tweeting out images of himself and President Moon of South Korea included with the images was a link to President Trump and President Moon’s joint remarks. 

Their full remarks can be found @ The White House.gov


Three minutes later he tweeted @ 4:44 p.m. the joint presser between himself and President Moon in which the pair signed the “US-Korea Free Trade Agreement,” for more on the Trade Agreement @ The News Blender. The video is 13 minutes and 22 seconds long. 


President Trump announced at 5:33 p.m. that Judge Brett Kavanaugh along with his wife Ashley would be interviewed on Monday evening by Fox News show host Martha MacCallum. He writes, “this is an outstanding family who must be treated fairly!” 

Supreme court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh has been accused of sexual misconduct by two women.

The first accuser, Christine Blasey Ford from California, claims that while in high school Kavanaugh while the pair were at a party, climbed on top of her, groped, and covered her mouth to keep her from screaming. She spoke with the Washington Post, September 16th, telling the paper, “I thought he might inadvertently kill me,” she added, “He was trying to attack me and remove my clothing.” Ford is scheduled to testify on Thursday before the Senate Judiciary Committee.

The second accuser, Deborah Ramirez, spoke with The New Yorker for an article that was published on Sunday, and claimed that during a party at Yale University, the pair both drinking, Kavanaugh pulled down his pants and exposed his penis to Ramirez’s face.   

Judge Kavanaugh has denied both claims. Telling Fox News, “What I know is the truth, and the truth is I’ve never sexually assaulted anyone.” 

The full interview is 13 minutes and 41 seconds long. 


President Trump shifted away from his supreme court nominee back to his trade deal with South Korea tweeting a link to his and President Moon’s remarks from the trade deal signing @ 5:46 p.m.. Their full remarks can be found @ The White House.gov 


@ 6:33 p.m. & 7:41 p.m. President Trump tweeted what an honor it was for him to meet with first, the President of Egypt, Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, followed by the President of France, Emmaunel Macron. 


At 8:22 p.m. President Trump tweeted out a video montage from the first day @ the UN General Assembly. There is no voice over provided just music. The video is 29 seconds long. 


President Trump @ 10:38 p.m. tweeted in all caps, “REMEMBER THE MIDTERMS!” 


His last tweet for Monday came @ 10:50 p.m. in which he accused the Democrats of “working hard to destroy a wonderful man,” who the President feels has “the potential to be one of our greatest Supreme Court Justices ever.” 


Tuesday 

President Trump started Tuesday morning on Twitter @ 6:41 a.m. praising a newly released Gallup poll. 

The Gallup poll was based on a telephone interview conducted between Sept. 4th, and Sept 12th, 2018. Gallup interviewed 1,035 people the margin of error is +/- 4 percentage points. The results of the survey show that Republican favorability is at 45 percent while the Democrats are @ a 44 percent. The Republicans according to the survey haven’t been above 40 percentage favorability since 2011.  


President Trump tweeted @ 6:53 a.m. that “despite requests,” he has no plans to meet with the leader of Iran. 

In July of 2018 President Trump told reporters he would meet with Iran leaders without preconditions. Video via ABC news it is 1 minute and 30 seconds long. 

 

NBC News’ Lester Holt spoke with the President of Iran the full interview can be found at NBC News the clip that is 2 minutes and 18 seconds focuses on a meeting with President Trump. The President, Hassan Rouhani explains that due to President Trump’s actions no conditions have been met for the leaders to have a meeting. 


9:14 a.m. President Trump announced he was preparing to address the UN. @ 11:27 a.m. President Trump tweeted a video of his address to the UN. He followed-up with tweeting @ 12:36 p.m. his thanks to radio show host Mark Levin and Dr. Richard Jeffress who both approved of President Trump’s remarks at the UN. 


President Trump @ 12:45 p.m. quoted Rush Limbaugh, who according to President Trump said, “You can kiss the MIDTERMS goodbye if you don’t get highly qualified Kavanaugh approved.”


President Trump @ 1:19 tweeted a link to his remarks from the UN General Assembly. Full remarks can be found @ The White House.gov 


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