President Trump @ 3:28 p.m. tweeted a video clip from a luncheon hosted by UN Secretary-General, Antònio Guterres. The clip is 2 minutes long.
Remarks via The White House.gov
Trump: Well, thank you very much everyone. This is a great honor. And, Mr. Secretary-General, I’d like to commend you on the job you’re doing at the United Nations.
I’ve long said the United Nations has such tremendous potential. Everybody gathered together, all of these great leaders, world leaders — people that we all know and read about on a weekly basis, sometimes a daily basis. But the United Nations has this incredible potential to bring people together.
I think we’re an example — certain things we’re doing now toward world peace. We’re truly a direct — has a direct relationship to the time I spent at the United Nations, meeting some of you. Many of you are now friends.
When I first came here, even though I lived in New York, it was a little bit of a foreign territory to me, the United Nations. But now it’s like home. But so many great people, so many great leaders in this room. And a lot of terrific things are happening.
We covered, as you know, during my speech, North Korea. Last year, my tone was somewhat different on North Korea than it is right now. Tremendous progress has been made. And I think you’re going to see an outcome. As the expression goes, “Who knows?” But I think you’re going to see a very, very great outcome.
I hope that, eventually, some of the other countries that we have conflict with — if not war-like conflict, trade conflict, other types of conflict — a lot of those problems will disappear, I think, by next year.
I want to just thank you on behalf of myself, Secretary Pompeo, Secretary Nikki Haley. So many people have such respect for the job you’re doing, Mr. Secretary-General. And on behalf of the United States, I’d like to toast to you, and I’d like to toast the United Nations. Thank you very much. (Applause.) Thank you.
His next tweet came @ 4:27 p.m. where he talks about “consumer confidence,” quoting a CNBC article.
The quote from CNBC comes from the first two paragraphs: Consumer confidence rose in September, notching its highest level in about 18 years. The Consumer Board’s index rose to 138.4 this month from 134.7 in August.
The data provided is based on a survey that “measures Americans’ sentiment on current economic conditions and prospects over the next six months.”
6:06 p.m. President Trump tweeted out another video clip from the UN General Assembly. The clip with voice over provided by President Trump is 1 minute and 1 second long.
Trump: Today I stand before the United Nations General Assembly to share the extraordinary progress we’ve made. We are standing up for America and for the American people and we are also standing up for the world. From Warsaw to Brussels to Tokyo to Singapore it has been my highest honor to represent The United States aboard. Sovereign and independent nations are the only vehicle where freedom has ever survived and so we must protect our sovereignty and our cherished independence above all. Only when each of us does our part and contributes our share can we realize the U.N.’s highest aspirations. So together, let us choose a future of patriotism, prosperity, and pride. And let us come here to this place to stand for our people and their nations.
President Trump @ 10:38 p.m. tweets a quote from Senator Lindsey Graham.
From Google & Twitter search the closet thing that matches President Trump’s tweet comes from Graham’s appearance on Fox News on Sunday, “There’s a bureaucratic coup against President Trump being undiscovered here,” Graham said. “Before the election, the people in question tried to taint the election to tip it in Clintons’ favor — and after the election they are trying to undermine the president. I don’t know what Rosenstein did, but I know what [Andy] McCabe, [Bruce] Ohr, [Lisa] Page and [Peter]Strzok did. They tried to destroy this president.”
10:55 p.m. found President Trump tweeting about Democrats. Stating they are playing a “high level CON GAME” regarding Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. President Trump then asks for us to “Pray for Brett Kavanuagh and his family!” This tweet was President Trump’s last tweet for Tuesday.
On Wednesday President Trump started his morning on Twitter @ 6:54 a.m. boosting the “Consumer Confidence” data. Followed by a tweet @ 6:57 a.m. that praised the “Jobless Claims,” stating the “fell to their lowest level in 49 years!”
Shortly after a 3rd woman accused Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct President Trump weighed-in on the issue @ 12:47 p.m. via Twitter.
Avenatti replied via tweet @ 1:02 p.m.
For more on the latest accuser @ The News Blender.
For a look at how President Trump is helping Kavanaugh @ The News Blender.
1:26 p.m. found President Trump accusing China of placing “propaganda ads in the Des Moines Register and other papers.”
Monday the Des Moines Register reported that, “a Chinese government-run media company,” placed a four page supplement in Sunday’s Des Moines Register paper. They explained this supplement, “was intended to undermine farm-country support for President Donald Trump’s escalating trade war,” according to experts. The article goes on to say that other papers known to have been used by China ads, were the Washington Post and the New York Times.
President Trump offered a Congressional endorsement @ 1:34 p.m.. He explained that Congressman Lee Zeldin, “is doing a fantastic job in D.C.” adding that Zeldin is “tough and smart.” He offered his “Complete and Total Endorsement.”