Trump Tweets So many people are angry at them

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It’s Monday.

The highly anticipated appearance of Special Counsel Robert Mueller before two House committees has been postponed until July 24th.

As Politico notes the delay gives the House Judiciary Committee three hours to question Mueller regarding the Mueller Report, versus the two hours, that would have excluded “half of the Judiciary Committee’s 41 members,” from asking Mueller questions.

On Monday Jeffrey Epstein, who was arrested and charged with sex trafficking minors, appears at a bail hearing in New York.

For Monday the President has tweeted 9 times so far.

CNBC News reported late Sunday that according to China’s Statistics Bureau, the countries economy for the second-quarter “slowed to 6.2% — the weakest rate in at least 27 years, as the country’s trade war with the U.S. took its toll.”

The Washington Post notes that the “trade war is also affecting the United States. Customs data from Beijing published Friday showed that Chinese imports of American goods fell 31.4 percent in May compared with a year earlier, widening China’s trade surplus with the United States.”

We are receiving Billions of Dollars in Tariffs from China

According to the Monthly Treasury Department Statement of Receipts and Outlays for June, the Government took in $6 billion custom duties aka tariffs, overall for the 2019 fiscal year, the Government has received $50 billion in custom duties.

Tariff still equals a tax on the consumer.

The next series of tweets, follow Sunday tweets in which the President told sitting Congresswomen, “to go back” to where they came from, “then to come back,” and tell the U.S. how to behave.

Monday’s Tweets.

Senator Lindsey Graham went on Fox and Friends to defend President Trump against renewed calls that he is a racist.

Those renewed calls followed tweets from Sunday that sparked outrage from all Democrat lawmakers, while only one U.S. Republican Rep, Chip Roy (TX), late Sunday offered a mild rebuke of those same tweets.

Sunday’s Tweets.

After the President tweeted the series of tweets that sparked outrage he re-tweeted 22 times, one of which he said Thank you above the tweet.

In the Twitter world, this is what is called an attempt to bury the offensive or stupid thing someone has tweeted and gotten push back for.

Matt Wolking, Trump 2020 Deputy Communications Director attempted to downplay the tweet via Twitter.

So interesting to see “Progressive” Democrat Congresswomen, who originally came from countries whose governments are a complete and total catastrophe…

Why don’t they go back and help fix the totally broken and crime infested places from which they came. Then come back and show us how…

These places need your help badly, you can’t leave fast enough. I’m sure that Nancy Pelosi would be very happy to quickly work out free travel arrangements!

On Monday Chief of Staff for Vice President Mike Pence, Marc Short defended the President’s tweets, saying, via The Hill, that “I don’t think that our President’s intent in any way is racist.”

The L.A. Times reported on Monday, that on Tuesday The Department of Justice and the Department of Homeland Security are adopting a “new rule,” in how they govern “asylum claims.”

According to the Federal Register the rule would make so, with limited exceptions, that if an asylum seeker attempts enters or attempts to enter the U.S. Southern Border, after they have failed to apply for “protection in a third country outside the alien’s country of citizenship, nationality, or last lawful habitual residence through which the alien transited en route to the United States is ineligible for asylum.”

As the L.A. Times article, notes, this new rule, is expected to face legal challenges.

The new rule, is all part of the Administrations efforts to stop the flow of migrants from crossing the Southern Border.

For What It’s Worth

Just Security published on Monday a detailed look at what “Safe Third World” agreements might mean to international and U.S. Laws.

According to the report, any attempt on the Trump Administration’s part to enter into as early as today [Monday] that would “bar asylum applications in the United States from thousands fleeing El Salvador and Honduras, as well as claimants from other world regions who transit Central America and Mexico to reach our border,” would “be contrary to both U.S. and international law on the protection of asylum seekers.”

They did not on purpose get polling wrong in 2016, in fact White House Counselor to the President, Kellyanne Conway, told the media, that the reason the poll numbers were wrong was because of the “undercover Trump voter.”

On June 16th, 2019, CNN reported that Trump’s 2020 campaign for re-election fired pollsters after internal polling numbers that showed President Trump struggling were leaked.

CNN and other outlets first reported the numbers — which showed Trump trailing Joe Biden in states like Michigan and Wisconsin — weeks ago, but a purge of the polling team was proposed after Trump grew angry about coverage of the numbers in recent days. Campaign officials were frustrated after the detailed numbers of four of the 17 states polled leaked to outlets like ABC last week.


One of the reportedly fired polling companies was The Polling Company the former firm of Conway.

For What It’s Worth.

The President is currently speaking, asked if he’s tweets were racist he said, “not at all.”

President Trump unhappy with the push back his tweets from Sunday have received, is back on Twitter, making it worse.

I have to ask how come it’s okay that President Trump have an opinion but it’s not okay for other’s to share their’s?

Yeah, that’s a rhetorical question.

President’s Obama and Bush, did in fact detain children at the border, the issue isn’t about Obama or Bush, the issue is, President Trump is the current sitting President, if what Obama or Bush did do, is wrong, how come his administration is doubling down on that bad policy?

The “progressive” Congresswomen that President Trump “did not name,” have fired back.

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