Trump Tweets Sorry, We’re not going to be doing that anymore

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It’s Monday.

Happened so far this Monday Morning.

Former lawyer to President Trump, Michael Cohen spoke to reporters before reporting to prison to serve his 3 year prison term.

President Trump has so far tweeted 7 times.

1. Dems can’t win the election fairly.


No Collusion (he’s added the No Conspiracy, which was what was actually investigated) is not a crime nor did Robert Mueller investigate “collusion,” as there was “collusion,” between team Trump and Russia.

For Example.

“ALL THE CRIMES ARE ON THE OTHER SIDE,” says the man that has a foreign adviser that served jail time, a campaign chairman currently serving prison time, and a personal attorney that is currently being processed to serve jail time, while his second chair of the campaign, and his former national security adviser await sentencing for their own crimes.

3. Sorry, we’re not going to be doing that anymore!

As the News Blender reported on Sunday, President Trump via tweets, announced an tariff increase on Chinese imports to the U.S.. Currently the tariff is 10 percent, Friday, it’s set to increase to 25 percent.

Chinese and U.S., Reps are scheduled to meet in D.C., on Wednesday, but it’s being reported that the Chinese Officials are looking to cancel the latest round of trade talks.

4. Democrats State by State power grab.

In December 2018, after Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker was defeated by Democrat Tony Evers the Republican held Legislature approved “new limits,” the incoming Governor Evers power.

NPR reported at the time, “Following overnight debate, lawmakers voted Wednesday to restrict Evers from following through on a campaign promise to remove Wisconsin from a multistate lawsuit challenging the Affordable Care Act. Lawmakers also voted to limit early voting in Wisconsin and make it more difficult for Evers to alter Wisconsin’s voter ID law. Another element would give lawmakers more power over the state’s economic development agency, which Evers has said he would like to eliminate.”

The plan narrowly passed the Senate, before it headed to Walker’s desk.


Me reading the above tweet.

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5. Puerto Rico has been given more money by Congress for Hurricane Disaster Relief, 91 Billion Dollars…

6. Dems should stop blocking much needed Disaster Relief! reported in early April 2019, that “According to the Federal Emergency Management Agency, as of the end of last year, Puerto Rico had actually received about $11.2 billion in disaster relief payments since 2017.”

A Senior Administration told Fact Check the break down of aid, “$14 billion in FEMA allocations to date, plus $26 billion in non-FEMA allocations — for a total of $41 billion allocated for Puerto Rico disaster relief.”

another Senior Official told Fact Check to reach President Trump’s $91 billion figure, you have to include an “estimated $50 billion in future FEMA costs “over the life of the disaster,” which can stretch decades.”

7. Very good conversation!

Saturday CNN reported that according to South Korean Officials, “North Korea test fired several short-range projectiles Saturday morning from the country’s eastern coast.”

According to a statement to CNN, South Korea’s Joint Chiefs of Staff said Saturday, “At present, our military has intensified surveillance and vigilance to prepare for North Korea’s additional launches,” the Officials added that the U.S., and Seoul were, “working closely together and maintaining their full preparedness.”

Press Secretary Sarah Sanders said Saturday, “We are aware of North Korea’s actions tonight. We will continue to monitor as necessary.”

President Trump on Saturday morning tweeted a statement regarding North Korea.

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