So far the President has not tweeted this morning.
As the News Blender reported on Monday, the President, Speaker of the House, and the Senate Minority Leader are meeting to begin “Infrastructure Week.”
In light of the fact that President Trump has not tweeted, yet, so far, we all know he will, I’m going to explain what’s being worked on for today’s posts.
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein has submitted his resignation date and a letter that makes the reader go, “wait, what?”
Trump ally Roger Stone has/is appearing in court Tuesday for a conference hearing. The hearing has concluded it was uneventful.
And that’s a wrap. A short, uneventful hearing for Roger Stone today. There are a number of motions pending, and hearings on those are already scheduled for May 30 and June 21 (and his trial is still set for Nov. 5)— Zoe Tillman (@ZoeTillman) April 30, 2019
Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff is expected to make a criminal referral to the DOJ for Erik Prince. Schiff says there is strong evidence that Prince, a Trump Campaign ally, lied to Congress.
The Trump family is also suing Deutsche Bank and Capital One to block Congressional subpoenas regarding Trump Family Finances.
In other news in Venezuela an attempted coup seems to be in progress.
While I’d like to say I will in fact manage to cover these stories, that’s not reality, but I will give it the old college try.
President Trump has tweeted two times so far.
1. Decisions are now being made as to what to do with these dangerous prisoners….
2. Not good!
….European countries are not helping at all, even though this was very much done for their benefit. They are refusing to take back prisoners from their specific countries. Not good!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) April 30, 2019
In February President Trump tweeted there were 800 prisoners that needed to be tired.
On Monday ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi released a video, if the video is authentic it will be the first time the Islamic State Leader as been seen since 2014.
3. We have the potential to go…
4. like one point [borrow], and some quantitative easing [print].
As mentioned in the above post Democrat Leaders Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer met with President Trump to start another “infrastructure week,” according to Senator Schumer the President and Democrats have agreed to on a $2 trillion plan. They are planning on meeting again in a few weeks to go over President Trump’s plan.
Apparently Trump’s economy isn’t all that great considering how much he attempts to sway the Federal Reserve to lower interest rates and to print more money.
Is a strategy used by a central bank — like the Federal Reserve — to add more money to that which is in circulation. =’s Quantitative Easing. Also known as printing more money.
I’m so old I remember when Republicans were against QE…
Joey Logano NASCAR driver of the no. 22 Team Penske Ford is currently ranked number 2 in the 2019 NASCAR season. 2018 was Logano’s first NASCAR Cup Series Championship.
7. Hopefully, all Cuban soldiers will promptly and peacefully return to their island!
….embargo, together with highest-level sanctions, will be placed on the island of Cuba. Hopefully, all Cuban soldiers will promptly and peacefully return to their island!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) April 30, 2019
Foreign Policy via tweet. #Winning.
This post will be updated within reason.