President Trump finished Friday on Twitter by announcing that the U.S. Ambassador to Canada, Kelly Knight Craft, would be his nominee to become the next U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations.
Saturday President Trump Tweeted 6 times and re-tweeted 8 times.
1. “The Case For Trump”
Goodreads has the publication date for Hanson’s book “The Case for Trump” as March 5th, 2019, according to Goodreads Hanson is a regular Fox News contributor and historian.
The blurb via Goodreads: In The Case for Trump, award-winning historian and political commentator Victor Davis Hanson explains how a celebrity businessman with no political or military experience triumphed over sixteen well-qualified Republican rivals, a Democrat with a quarter-billion-dollar war chest, and a hostile media and Washington establishment to become president of the United States — and an extremely successful president.
2. God Bless the people of Venezuela!
BBC News reports that on Saturday two people died in “clashes between civilians and troops loyal to Mr Maduro, who blocked aid deliveries.”
On Sunday Secretary of State Mike Pompeo told CNN’s State of the Union host Jake Tapper that he believes the President of Venezuela Maduro’s days are numbered.
3. That’s why we just won the Senate…
New York Times Election results for the 2018 midterm elections has the Republican’s gaining 2 seats in the Senate, while they lost 40 seats in the House handing control of the House over to the Democrats.
According to Real Clear Politics the 2020 Generic Congressional vote as of February 16th, has the Democrats at 53 percent and Republican’s at 47 percent.
Opinion: Retaining control of one branch of Government while losing another is nothing to brag about.
As a reminder: According to 270 to win, there are 34 seats up in 2020, including the special election in Arizona to replace Senator John McCain. Of those 34 seats, Republicans hold 22 of them.
4. The people of Venezuela stand at the threshold of history, ready to reclaim their country…
The video that is 1:01 long was taken on February 18th, during an event held in Miami, Florida. President Trump’s full remarks can be found at the White House.
According to Graham Ledgers Twitter bio he is a “Emmy winner,” that host’s The Daily Leger, which he calls, “the only daily, national, Constitutionally conservative cable TV show that analyzes political news of the day.”
6. So great being with you both in the Oval Office!
Saturday’s re-tweets: U.S. Marines honoring the 74th anniversary of the American flag being raised atop Mount Suribachi. RNC Chairwoman Ronna McDainel, twice. Fox News Lou Dobbs. Press Secretary Sarah Sanders. Judicial Watch founder Tom Fitton. Steve Cortes and Fox News’ Sean Hannity.
1. HOLD THE DATE!…Major fireworks display, entertainment and an address by your favorite President, me!
Dear Donald,— Cathleen Burke (@ItsMeCathi) February 24, 2019
We hate to break this to you BUT, this happens every year in D.C. sans your ridiculous, divisive, racist rhetoric.
The citizens of America
PS. F*** you!
Can’t wait to hear what big event you’ve got planned for say December 25? Maybe colorful lights on a big tree? Don’t know. Just an idea for you to run with.— Betty F*ckin' White (@BettyFckinWhite) February 24, 2019
2. I will be leaving for Hanoi, Vietnam…
3. Great relationship with Chairman Kim!
4. Chairman Kim…
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Sunday with CNN’s Jake Tapper regarding North Korea.
5. Suburban women are coming back into the Republican Party in droves…
For what it’s worth: I have no idea what poll he is referring in this tweet. It is not mentioned at the Independent Women’s Forum website.
6. Witch Hunt!
Trump Twitter Archive has this as the 3rd tweet in 2019 that mentions the 93 percent approval ratings among Republican’s.
Trump Twitter Archive has this as the 11th time in 2019 where he calls the Special Counsel Robert Mueller investigation a Witch Hunt.
7. We want them now!
As the News Blender reported in December of 2018, the Inspector General released a report that detailed the “recovery of text messages from certain mobile devices,” including those of Former DOJ lawyer Lisa Page and Former FBI Special Agent Peter Strzok.
Mentioned in the report where the non-recoverable texts between Page and Strzok, that were sent between iPhones, both having been deleted and reset to factory settings in order for other agents to use the iPhones in the future.
According to the report The Special Counsel’s Records Officer, “told the OIG that as part of the office’s records retention procedure, the officer reviewed Strzok’s DOJ issued iPhone after he returned it to the SCO and determined it contained no substantive text messages.” Page’s iPhone was not reviewed according to the Inspector General.
8. But thanks anyway!
President Trump and North Korean Leader Kim Jong un, are scheduled to hold another summit on February 27th, and 28th, from Hanoi, Vietnam.
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