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Posted by: thepinetree on 02/18/2020 09:52 PM Updated by: thepinetree on 02/18/2020 09:52 PM
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Remarks by President Trump Before Air Force One Departure To California

Joint Base Andrews, MD...Hello, everybody. It’s a little windy out here, so I’ll button up my coat. You have a couple of more people who want to join you. Q So we’re hearing you’re going to commute the sentence of Blagojevich? THE PRESIDENT: Yes, we have commuted the sentence of Rod Blagojevich. He served eight years in jail. That’s a long time. And I watched his wife on television. I don’t know him very well. I’ve met him a couple of times. He was on, for a short while, on “The Apprentice,” years ago. Seemed like a very nice person. Don’t know him.

But he served eight years in jail. He has a long time to go. Many people disagree with the sentence. He’s a Democrat; he’s not a Republican. It was a prosecution by the same people — Comey, Fitzpatrick — the same group.

Very far from his children. They’re growing older. They’re going to high school now, and they rarely get to see their father outside of an orange uniform. I saw that and I did commute his sentence. So he’ll be able to go back home with his family after serving eight years in jail. That was a tremendously powerful, ridiculous sentence, in my opinion —

Q Mr. President —

THE PRESIDENT: — and in the opinion of many others.


Q Do you have confidence in your Attorney General? First —

THE PRESIDENT: Yeah, I have total confidence in my Attorney General.

Q And do you agree with his statement that he — that you should stop tweeting about Justice Department issues?

THE PRESIDENT: Well, people like that. But, you know, everybody has the right to speak their mind. And I use social media. I guess I use it well, because here I am. I’m here. And I probably wouldn’t have gotten here without social media because I certainly don’t get fair press.

So I wouldn’t have gotten here without social media and, perhaps, with all of the hoaxes. You had the impeachment hoax, you had the Mueller hoax, you had the “Russia, Russia, Russia” nonsense. All scams. And if I didn’t have social media, I probably wouldn’t be here. So I’m very happy with social media.

But I think he’s doing an excellent job. He’s a strong guy. I never spoke to him about the Roger Stone situation. Roger Stone, just so you know, never worked — he didn’t work for my campaign. There might’ve been a time — way early, long before I announced — where he was somehow involved a little bit. But he was not involved in our campaign at all. And I think it was a very, very rough thing that happened to Roger Stone.

Because when you look what happened with Comey after a 78-page, horrific report, when you look at what happened to McCabe with a recommendation of prosecution, and you look at all of these other people, and then you look at what happened to General Flynn, a highly respected man — look at — I mean, his life has been destroyed. If you’re looking at Roger Stone for a tweet and some other things — you take a look at what’s happening to these people. Somebody has to stick up for the people.

So, my social media is very powerful. I guess, Mark Zuckerberg just recently said, “Trump is number one in the world” on social media, which is a very nice statement, I guess. Certainly it’s something you can be at least a little bit proud of. But it means I have a voice so I’m able to fight the fake news.

Q Has the Attorney General threatened to resign over your tweets? And then, also, he said that your comments on Twitter are making it “impossible” to do his job. Are you making his job impossible?

THE PRESIDENT: Well, but it allows me — yeah, I do make his job harder. I do agree with that. I think that’s true. He’s a very straight shooter. We have a great Attorney General, and he’s working very hard. And he’s working against a lot of people that don’t want to see good things happen, in my opinion. That’s my opinion, not his opinion. That’s my opinion. You’ll have to ask what his opinion is.

But I will say this: Social media, for me, has been very important because it gives me a voice, because I don’t get that voice in the press. In the media, I don’t get that voice. So I’m allowed to have a voice.

Q Do you think he could still do his job with integrity, though?


Q He says it’s making it hard for him to do his job with integrity.

THE PRESIDENT: He’s a very — he’s a man with great integrity. The Attorney General is a man with incredible integrity.

Now, just so you understand, I chose not to be involved. I’m allowed to be totally involved. I’m actually, I guess, the chief law enforcement officer of the country, but I’ve chosen not to be involved.

But he is a man of great integrity. But I would be — I could be involved if I wanted to be.

Q Are you also pardoning Bernie Kerik?

THE PRESIDENT: Yes. I just pardoned Bernie Kerik —

Q Okay.

THE PRESIDENT: — a man who had many recommendations from a lot of good people.

You know, oftentimes — pretty much all the time — I really rely on the recommendations of people that know them. We have Bernie Kerik. We have Mike Milken, who’s gone around and done an incredible job for the world, with all of his research on cancer, and he’s done this and he suffered greatly. He paid a big price; paid a very tough price. But he’s done an incredible job.

And — yeah. These are all people that you have to see the recommendations. I rely on recommendations, very importantly.

Q Are you planning to pardon Roger Stone?

THE PRESIDENT: I haven’t given it any thought. In the meantime, he’s going through a process. But I think he’s been treated very unfairly.


Q You tweeted this morning about China and wanting U.S. companies to be able to —


Q — sell jet parts.


Q Are you — are you not concerned about national security on that?

THE PRESIDENT: I’m very concerned about national security. Number one, I’m concerned about national security. Nobody has done a better job with national security than me. You take a look at what’s going on: We’ve done a great job on national security. A lot of countries are a lot different now than they were when I started.

But I will say that we’re not going to be sacrificing our companies, for all of the growth and everything else — they’re ready, they’re exploding; they’re doing so well — by using a fake term of national security. It’s got to be real national security. And I think people were getting carried away with it.

So I want our companies to be treated — I want our companies to be allowed to do business. I mean, things are put on my desk that have nothing to do with national security, including with chipmakers and various others. So we’re going to give it up. And what will happen: They’ll make those chips in a different country or they’ll make them in China or someplace else.

So, national security is very important. I’ve been very tough on Huawei, but that doesn’t mean we have to be tough on everybody that does something. We want to be able to sell all of this incredible technology. We’re number one in the world. We want to be able to sell to other countries.

Q Mr. President, do you trust the Taliban in this ceasefire? And are you confident that a peace deal can be reached in Afghanistan?

THE PRESIDENT: We are doing something — we’ve been in the war in Afghanistan now for 19 years. We’ve substantially reduced the force, as you know. We’re really acting more as a law enforcement agency than we are as a military, because we could win that very quickly and easily if I was willing to kill millions of people. I’m not willing to do that. I’m not willing to do that. We’d win that so quickly your head would spin. And I’m not talking about nuclear; I’m talking about very conventional. But I’m not willing to kill millions of people.

So we are negotiating with the Taliban. We’ve been negotiating with them for a while. We will see what happens. There’s a chance of making a deal. There’s a chance.

I can’t believe — so quiet, all of a sudden.

Q Senator Graham is traveling with —

THE PRESIDENT: I saw that Senator Murphy met with the Iranians. Is that a fact? I just saw that on the way over. Is there anything that I should know? Because that sounds like, to me, a violation of the Logan Act.

Q Can I ask about Venezuela, sir?

THE PRESIDENT: Yeah, what happened with that? Did you read about Senator — or hear about Senator Murphy met with the Iranians?

Q No. Tell us about it.

THE PRESIDENT: Well, they ought to find out about it if it’s true. I don’t know. It just came out as I was leaving the car.

Q Can I ask about Venezuela, sir? Do you think Guaidó is still the guy to get Maduro out of office?

THE PRESIDENT: Well, he’s the person that the country, right now, prefers, and that’s what I go with. We’ll see what happens. We put additional sanctions on — very strong sanctions — this morning on Venezuela. We’ll see what happens. We’re watching Venezuela very closely.

Q You were asked specifically about Roger Stone, but are you ruling out pardons for Stone, for your former campaign Chairman Paul Manafort, and for Michael Flynn, for example?

THE PRESIDENT: I’m not even thinking about that. There’s a process that people are going through. These are unrelated situations where people have done a great job with very, very strong recommendations. But we haven’t thought about that yet. Right now there’s a process.

I think Roger Stone has been treated unfairly. I think General Flynn has been treated very unfairly. I think a lot of people have been treated very unfairly. I think the Mueller scam is just exactly what it’s — what a lot of people are calling, because it was started illegally. It was started by abuse. It was phony. It was a fake dossier. And they went in, and they went into the FISA courts and they forged papers, and they did a lot of bad things. So the whole Mueller thing, to me, is a scam.

Q Do you think Roger Stone deserves any prison time?

THE PRESIDENT: You’re going to see what happens. Let’s see what happens.

Q You spoke to President Erdoğan the other day —

THE PRESIDENT: I think he’s treated very unfairly.

Q You spoke to President Erdoğan of Turkey the other day —


Q Are you concerned about all-out war breaking out between Turkey and Syria?

THE PRESIDENT: I did. I had a very good conversation with President Erdoğan. I respect him. We have a very good relationship. Yes, I agree, he’s a tough guy. But we have a very good relationship. I seem to do better with tough people.

But the fact is that he’s fighting on Idlib. He doesn’t want people to be killed by the thousands and hundreds of thousands, and he called me about that and other reasons. But we spoke about Idlib, and we’re working together on seeing what can be done.

Q What’s the solution?

THE PRESIDENT: Well, it’s a very tough solution. You have a lot of warring going on right now. A lot of warring going on. But I’m dealing with President Erdoğan.

Q On this swing, can you talk a little bit about these coming three days, and also why you wanted to —


Q Wait. Also why you wanted to fly back to Las Vegas every night to spend the night there?

THE PRESIDENT: Well, I don’t know exactly the schedule because I don’t set the schedule.

Q (Inaudible) flying to Vegas every night to stay there.

THE PRESIDENT: Yeah. Largely, the schedule is set by the Secret Service. We do what they want us to.

But we’re going to California. We’re going to Nevada. We’re going to Arizona. We’re going to different places. And I guess we’re coming back here. But I don’t set the schedule. I have nothing to do with it.

Q Mr. President, you saw Michael Bloomberg made the Democratic debate stage tomorrow night. Do you have any advice for him as he makes his first debate appearance?

THE PRESIDENT: No, he doesn’t need that kind of advice. He’s been doing it for a long time. It just seems unfair what’s happening to Bernie Sanders, to be honest with you. I watched it happen four years ago. And always be careful what you wish for, and I’m not wishing for anything. Whoever it is, I’ll be very happy.

But it seems that Bernie Sanders and that whole big section of the Democratic Party — or, as I call it, the “Democrat Party,” which is really the correct name — it seems they’re being taken advantage of like they were four years ago, to me.

Q But what’s your campaign strategy for being in Nevada while the Democrats are focusing on the caucuses there?

THE PRESIDENT: Well, I’ll be making a speech in Nevada, and that will be probably the day before, I guess, as they have it arranged. That seems to be pretty effective. We got more votes than any incumbent President in history, in Iowa and in New Hampshire, as you saw.

And, in that case, I went just before — the day before and I went the day before, in both cases: Iowa and New Hampshire. So it seems to be effective.

I’ll be going to South Carolina — they’re working that out now — probably the day before. But, you know, look, we have a big voice and we might as well use it.

Q Mr. President, are you still satisfied with how President Xi is handling the coronavirus?

THE PRESIDENT: I think President Xi is working very hard. As you know, I spoke with him recently. He’s working really hard. It’s a tough problem. I think he’s going to do — look, I’ve seen them build hospitals in a short period of time. I really believe he wants to get that done, and he wants to get it done fast. Yes, I think he’s doing it very professionally.

We’re also working with him and helping him, as of the last few days, as you know.

Q Some people don’t seem to trust the data coming out of China. Are you worried about that?

THE PRESIDENT: Look, I know this: President Xi loves the people of China, he loves his country, and he’s doing a very good job with a very, very tough situation.

Q Mr. President, Senator Graham is traveling with you. Do you want to talk to him about the Judiciary Committee doing any investigations into the Bidens or others?

THE PRESIDENT: You know, if it comes up, yes. But we’ll see what happens on that. That’s really up to Senator Graham. And he is traveling with me.

Q Do you think you’ll get a trade deal with India before your visit?

THE PRESIDENT: Well, we can have a trade deal with India, but I’m really saving the big deal for later on. We’re doing a very big trade deal with India. We’ll have it. I don’t know if it’ll be done before the election, but we’ll have a very big deal with India.

We’re not treated very well by India, but I happen to like Prime Minister Modi a lot. And he told me we’ll have 7 million people between the airport and the event. And the stadium, I understand, is sort of semi under construction, but it’s going to be the largest stadium in the world. So it’s going to be very exciting. But he says between the stadium and the airport, we’ll have about 7 million people. So it’s going to be very exciting. I hope you all enjoy it.

Are you going?

Q Yes, sir.

THE PRESIDENT: Are you going, Steve? I hope so. Are you going, Jeff?

Q No, sir. (Inaudible) is going.

THE PRESIDENT: I hope you’re going too. All right? Okay? So I’ll see you maybe on the plane.

How are you?

Q I’m good. How are you?

THE PRESIDENT: Marriage is good? Huh?

Q Yes, thank you.

Q One other thing: Is there a search underway for “Anonymous”? Remember “Anonymous” is —

THE PRESIDENT: Yeah, there is. It’s not so much a search.

Q Who do you think it is?

THE PRESIDENT: I — I know who it is. Yeah.

Q Who is it?

THE PRESIDENT: I can’t tell you that.

Q Why not?

Q Why not?

THE PRESIDENT: But I know who it is.

Q Why not?

THE PRESIDENT: But we won’t — we won’t get into it. People know it’s — people know it’s a fraud. I know who it is and I know who some of the leakers are. But some of the leakers don’t exist. It’s made up by the press. So, you know, they say, “Nine people have said” or “two people have said,” and those people don’t exist.

But, no, I know all about “Anonymous.” I know a lot about the leakers too.

Q Do you believe it’s a person who still works at the White House?

THE PRESIDENT: We know a lot. In fact, when I want to get something out to the press, I tell certain people. And it’s amazing, it gets out there. But, so far, I’m leaving it that way.

I’ll see you later. Thank you. See you on the plane.


1:55 P.M. EST

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Re: Kudos to our POTUS
Posted on: 2020-02-19 05:13:27   By: Anonymous
I'm sure Mr. Blagojevich deserved that pardon/commuted sentence from our POTUS from what I have read.

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    Re: Kudos to our POTUS
    Posted on: 2020-02-19 09:09:33   By: Anonymous
    He's been pardoning all the white crime guys like crazy this week. Letting the home boys out so they can vote and donate more campaign money. Absolutely disgraceful and the American public stays quiet.

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    Re: Kudos to our POTUS
    Posted on: 2020-02-19 09:14:18   By: Anonymous
    It's all good - today Trump has declared he is the chief law official. Apparently, he doesn't yet understand the branches of government which any fifth grader learns in a quality school system. Surely, there must be some Republicans who are starting to question what they have unleashed.

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No Subject
Posted on: 2020-02-19 08:02:51   By: Anonymous
In the latest episode of "Chopper Talk" Trump praises dictators, and brags about how good he is at social media.

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    Re: Bernie! Sanders!! 2020!!!
    Posted on: 2020-02-19 08:25:08   By: Anonymous
    Don't worry about it, vote for Bernie Sanders in our ballots that were mailed to you. If you don't vote, you have no right to even talk politics.
    I'm voting for Bernie, Socialism is the way to go. It's a new world, this isn't 1776 anymore. Take money from the rich, take big businesses away from individuals and let the state take over. The poor need the money, I'm young and can't work, they want to take my benefits away. I have back issues, x-rays can't tell the pain. I was born in pain, I need my benefits, and pain medicine.
    The young want change, vote for Bernie, socialism makes us all equals. Look at China, they're Communist and their country is doing great, the biggest producer of goods in the world and they even give workers rooms to live in for free where they work.
    Maybe one day we'll all be equals under Bernie is our chance.
    Bernie Sanders 2020
    He's on tonight.
    Listen and learn.
    Free Medicare for all
    Free education.
    Not like California does for illegals.
    This is free for ALL American Citizens
    Listen to Bernie Tonight!!!
    Bernie! Sanders!! 2020!!!

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      Re: Bernie! Sanders!! 2020!!!
      Posted on: 2020-02-19 09:35:29   By: Anonymous
      K Russian troll

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    Posted on: 2020-02-19 09:21:42   By: Anonymous
    Along with flying Air Force One over the Daytona 500. Here's what we can say for him - he does know his crowd.

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No Subject
Posted on: 2020-02-19 08:50:24   By: Anonymous
What a big fat piece of _ _ _ _!

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    Posted on: 2020-02-19 11:07:47   By: Anonymous
    MAGA stands for “ Make A..hole Go Away” Dump Trump 2020!!

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Trump's accomplishments
Posted on: 2020-02-19 09:05:31   By: Anonymous
With our Ballots that have come out I'm trying to pick a candidate.
I looked at Joe Biden, ever since the Impeachment of Trump he's really been in the spot light and so has his son. What a terrible son he's raised, and this was who the DNC wanted us to vote for?
So I decided if the DNC wanted my vote for Bernie, I was better off with Bernie. Now I'll investigate Bernie and very closely.
I finished my investigation with our egotistical, loud mouth, bully we have for a President. He's right, the media is biased and against him but he's deserved it with how he treats people.
I'm not biased, I'm not a bigot, I just see it as it is, and he's the rudest President I myself have ever heard.
If he's the rudest ever that would be impossible to ever know. President Jackson was a great President unless he didn't like you and look how he committed genocide against our natives Americans. Ever hear of the Trail of Years? So I'm thinking Trump is not as cruel as Jackson was
Anyway, though I'm not happy with such a ride man as Trump, looking at his accomplishments is impressive.
What I have found is below, Bernie will be next.

1) He got conservative judge Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh on the Supreme Court.
2) The stock market is at an all-time high.
3) Consumer confidence is at an all-time high.
4) He created millions of jobs by undoing Obama’s regulations.
5) Mortgage applications for new homes is at a 7 year high.
6) Unemployment rate is at a 50 year low.
7) Signed the promoting women in entrepreneurship act.
8) Gutted over 800 Obama era regulations thus freeing up companies to hire again and get the economy moving once again.
9) Ended the war on coal and caused a new mine for coal mining to open that will mine clean coal. He also put the miners back to work.
10) Weakened Dodd-Frank regulations.
11) Promotes buying and hiring American.
12) Investments from major businesses such as Foxconn, Ford ,Toyota, Intel and others will build here now.
13) Building the border wall as promised.
14) Fighting against sanctuary cities.
15) Changed the rules of engagement against ISIS.
16) Drafted a plan to defeat ISIS.
17) Worked to reduce the cost of the F-35 fighter jets.
18) Imposed a five year lobbying plan.
19) Sanctioned Iran over its’ missile program.
20) Responded to Syria’s use of chemical weapons.
21) Reduced tax reform plan.
22) Renegotiated NAFTA and replaced with the USMCA.
23) He withdrew from the Trans Pacific Partnership thus keeping jobs here.
24) He pulled us out of the Paris Climate Accords thus saving us millions of dollars every year.
25) Created a task force to reduce crime.
26) The DOJ is targeting dangerous gangs like MS-13.
27) Signed independence and economic growth law.
28) Signed an executive order to protect police officers and target drug cartels.
29) Signed an executive order for religious freedom.
30) His administration is working on sending education back to the states.
31) He’s fixing the dept. of Veterans affairs so now vets can choose their own doctors and be covered. This also protects whistle blowers and allows VA to terminate bad employees.
32) Authorized construction of the Keystone and Dakota pipelines. The Dakota pipeline is up and running without harming the environment.
33) Created commissions on election fraud and opioid addiction.
34) Food stamp use is the lowest level in decades along with government dependency.
35) Reduced the White House payroll saving taxpayers millions of dollars.
36) Has donated his Presidential salary to various causes.
37) Signed over 52 pieces of legislation.
38) Cut 600 billion from UN peacekeeping mission.
39) Gas prices lowest in more than 12 years.
40) Making NATO allies pay billions of their fair share of dues owed.
41) Signed Criminal Justice Reform, “First Step Act"."
42) Negotiated the USMCA trade deal with Mexico and Canada and eliminated the disastrous NAFTA.
43) Brokered the biggest trade deal in history between the United States and China
Not too bad considering the Democrats like Nadler, Schiff, Pelosi and our Governor Newsom who tried to keep Trump off the Ballot, have done nothing what so ever to help, to help our Country, to help US Citizens. The Democrats like our Governor have tried to help illegal immigrants more than us. They give illegals healthcare FOR FREE and fine me if I don't have any.
All I know, the DNC wanted Biden, he's out. Now I guess they'll back Mr Bloomberg since he gave them millions of his money. But they won't back Bernie.
So here we are, Bernie or four more years of rudeness And a proven record?

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    Re: Trump's accomplishments
    Posted on: 2020-02-19 12:27:02   By: Anonymous
    So you got a Democratic primary ballot?

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No Subject
Posted on: 2020-02-19 09:06:58   By: Anonymous
Theater for the masses. You just know he had Barr make those comments to create the illusion of a disagreement. If it had been real, Barr would have been gone in a New York minute like so many other Trump appointees prior. Nothing to see here, folks - the DOJ is still an independent agency and all is fine lol.

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    Posted on: 2020-02-19 12:23:29   By: Anonymous
    Trump has accomplished nothing. He trashed America

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      Posted on: 2020-02-19 12:26:29   By: Anonymous
      He said he is a stable genius. More like a compulsive lying moron .

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No Subject
Posted on: 2020-02-19 15:55:22   By: Anonymous
I’m at a lost on just how clueless this guy is. He is literally the ultimate con artist.

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    Re: trump the complete disaster
    Posted on: 2020-02-19 16:12:59   By: Anonymous
    If trump said it. It’s a total lie.

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      Re: trump the complete disaster
      Posted on: 2020-02-19 16:16:36   By: Anonymous
      Ok, ok already. He may have lied once our twice. But Susan Collins thinks he learned his lesson.

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