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TLW's Trumpscope™ (Donald Trump Historyscope)

By T.L. Winslow (TLW), the Historyscoper™

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Original Pub. Date: July 19, 2015. Last Update: Dec. 3, 2023.

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"To know how to say what others only know how to think is what makes men poets or sages; and to dare to say what others only dare to think makes men martyrs or reformers - or both." - Elizabeth Charles (1828-96)

Westerners are not only known as history ignoramuses, but double dumbass history ignoramuses when it comes to the history of Donald Trump. Since I'm the one-and-only Historyscoper (tm), let me quickly bring you up to speed before you dive into my Master Historyscope.

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Self-made billionaire real estate mogul and TV celeb (Presbyterian) ("comb-over bunny" - Rosie O'Donnell) ("The Donald" - Ivana Trump) Donald John Trump Sr. (1946-) ("trump" is British slang for fart) is a towering figure on the world stage, the most well-known American after Barack Obama, a symbol of all that the Great American Dream stands for and a hero to millions. At the same time he is an enigma, wanting to conquer Washington D.C. all by himself and rule like Solon the Wise, knowing full well that the entire U.S. political establishment of career politicians and bureaucrats will unite against him in utter terror and grim determination. So even if he takes the White House in 2016, he will likely face a gridlocked Congress that won't pass any of his legislation; on the other hand, if he is reelected in 2020, he might bring a new generation to Washington that can do mucho pronto. Meanwhile his total lack of political experience causes him to continually put his foot in his mouth, attracting critics like manure attracts flies. Yes, he's learning, and so far the public laughs off the criticism to support The Donald even more, taking it as proof that he's the real deal, the real Mr. Smith Goes to Washington who owes the bums in office nada and will do exactly as he said he will. One thing for sure. If he becomes the U.S. president his family will become the new Camelot, the next great American dynasty, with enough soap opera material for 50 years, make that 100. Stay tuned to see how the The Donald for President Campaign ends up.

Friedrich Drumpf (1869-1918)

The Donald was born on June 14, 1946 (Flag Day) [Gemini] in Queens, N.Y. to New York City self-made millionaire real estate developer Frederick Christ (pr. "Krist") "Fred" Trump Jr. (1905-99), owner of Elisabeth Trump & Son; yes, The Donald has a birth certificate. Trump's father Fred Trump Jr. was born in Woodhaven, N.Y. to German immigrant Friedrich Drumpf (1869-1918), who emigrated to New York City in 1885 and worked as a barber for six years, then moved to Seattle, Wash. and became a U.S. citizen in 1892 under the Anglicized name Frederick "Fred" Trump Sr., running a seedy restaurant in the red light district before hearing about the Klondike Gold Rush and establishing the decadent but fancy Arctic Restaurant and Hotel in Bennett, B.C., Canada in Mar. 1898 amid a sea of tents, after which the completion of the White Pass and Yukon Railroad in 1900 allowed him to establish the White Horse Restaurant and Inn at the far end in White Horse, Alaska, all of which he sold in 1901, giving him enough money to return to Germany, where he married Elisabeth Christ (1880-1966) in 1902 in Kallstadt, Rheinland-Pfalz, then returned and settled down in Woodhaven, Queens, N.Y., dying of pneumonia in 1918 during the 1918 Flu Pandemic and leaving his son Fred Trump Jr. $30K.

Not that Trump needed to be Anglicized; it was the original name of the family from S and C Germany, starting in the early 1500s with Hans Trump, leading down to Johann Paul Trump (1727-92) and wife Maria Elisabetha Setzer of Boenheim-Roxheim, Rhineland-Palatinate, whose son Johannes Trump (1788-1835) and wife Maria Susanna Bechtloff (1804-61) had son Christian Johannes Trump (1829-77) of Pfalz, Germany, who with his wife Katherina Kober (1836-1922) were the parents of Freidrich Drumpf. The word Drumpf allegedly means inner dream or soul urge - sounds like a prophecy?

Marble Collegiate Church

Donald Trump's parents attended Calvinist Protestant Dutch Reformed Marble Collegiate Church in Manhattan, N.Y., founded in 1628; in 1851-4 a new Romanesque Revival bldg. with Gothic trim and covered with Tuckahoe marble was built at 272 Fifth Ave. at the corner of W 29th St., designed by Samuel A. Warner and called the Fifth Avenue Church until 1906; Donald Trump's parents were members; in 1932-84 Donald Trump's hero Norman Vincent Peale was the pastor; on Nov. 19, 1961 Hollywood actress Lucille Ball married 2nd hubby Gary Morton there; in 1967 it became a New York City landmark. On Aug. 27, 2015 Trump claimed that he attends the church as often as he can, causing them to release a statement: "Donald Trump has had a longstanding history with Marble Collegiate Church, where his parents were for years active members and one of his children was baptized. However, as he indicated, he is a Presbyterian, and is not an active member of Marble."

Timothy Sullivan of the U.S. (1862-1913)

Donald Trump loves New York values. In 1911 The Sullivan Act was passed in N.Y. state, backed by corrupt Tammany Hall boss Timothy Daniel "Dry Dollar" "Big Feller" "Big Tim" Sullivan (1862-1913), making it a felony to carry concealed weapons small enough to be concealed incl. a "dangerous knife", while allowing police the discretion to issue concealed carry licenses, turning N.Y. into a police state; the law was sponsored by Sullivan to make sure that his mobsters wouldn't be stopped by armed law-abiding citizens, and the first person arrested was mobster Giuseppe Costabile; license holders later incl. actors Robert DeNiro, Harvey Keitel, and Joan Rivers, shock jock Howard Stern, real estate mogul Donald Trump, and conservative thinker William F. Buckley Jr., with only 8K licenses in the hands of non-police by 2010 out of 8M citizens.

Fred Trump Jr. (1905-99) Mary Anne MacLeod Trump (1912-2000) Mary Anne MacLeod Trump (1912-2000)

As a child, Trump attended Kew-Forest School (founded 1918) in Forest Hills, N.Y., an intimate early childhood through 12th grade learning community that is small by design, inclusive, and globally representative". In 1920 at age 15 Fred Trump Jr. went into the construction business with his sharp mother Elisabeth, forming Elisabeth Trump & Son, with the mother writing the checks, building single-family houses in Queens in the late 1920s for $3,990 each. On Memorial Day, 1927 Fred Trump Jr. was arrested at a Ku Klux Klan Rally in Jamaica, N.Y. In 1934 as he struggled to avoid bankruptcy during the Great Depression, he received financing from the FHA allowing him to sell homes in Brooklyn for $6K each. In the mid-1930s he opened Trump Market in Woodhaven, Queens, pioneering the concept of a supermarket with the slogan "Serve Yourself and Save!", selling out for a profit in only one year to the King Kullen supermarket chain. During WWII he obtained more FHA financing to build housing for U.S. naval personnel near major East Coast shipyards incl. Virgina Beach, Va. and Newport News, Va., and Chester, Penn. After the war he built 27K low-income multifamily apts. and row houses for the families of returning veterans in Coney Island, Bensonhurst, Sheepshead Bay, Flatbush, Brighton Beach in Brooklyn, and Jamaica Estates in Queens. In 1936 he married Stornoway-born Lewis Island Scottish immigrant (Gaelic-speaking?) Mary Anne MacLeod (1912-2000), who had five children incl. Maryanne Trump Barry (1937-) (a federal appeals court judge), Frederick Christ "Fred" Trump Jr. (1938-81), Elizabeth Trump (Mrs. Grau) (1942-) (an exec with Chase Manhattan Bank), The Donald (1946-), and Robert S. Trump (1948-).

Robert Jemison Van de Graaff (1901-67) John George Trump (1907-85) Van de Graaff Accelerator Nikola Tesla (1856-1943)

After being put through engineering school all the way to his Ph.D. by his elder brother Fred Trump Jr., nerdy New York City-born John George Trump (1907-85) (The Donald's uncle) (an MIT engineering prof. in 1936-73) went on to work with Tuscaloosa, Ala.-born Robert Jemison Van de Graaff (1901-67) of Princeton U., builder of the first electrostatic Van de Graaff Accelerator (Generator) (1929), co-founding the High Voltage Engineering Corp. (HVEC) in 1946 and going on to produce one of the first 1M volt X-ray generators. On Jan. 8, 1943 famed Croatian-born electrical wizard Nikola Tesla (b. 1856) died, and his property was seized by the U.S. govt. Office of Alien Property, then examined by John G. Trump, who concluded: "[Tesla's] thoughts and efforts during at least the past 15 years were primarily of a speculative, philosophical, and somewhat promotional character", but "did not include new, sound, workable principles or methods for realizing such results."

Raised in a 23-room mansion in Queens, N.Y., The Donald was educated at Kew-Forest School, New York Military Academy (where in his senior year he made captain), Fordham U., and Wharton School at the U. of Penn., where he mastered economics and finance for real estate, never receiving an MBA; too bad, he didn't study much science, math, philosophy, history, political science, or law. In 2016 military academy classmate Peter David "Doe" Ticktin of Mount Vernon, N.Y. wrote a glowing testimonial, with the soundbyte: "Of the 99 guys (no girls in those days) in our class, there is not one who I know who has a bad word to say about Donald Trump." After seeing what alcohol did to his brother Fred, Donald became a teetotaller (dry drunk?), which helped stoke his controlling personality?

Napoleon Hill (1883-1970)

One book Trump definitely read and mastered was the self-help bestseller (70M copies) Think and Grow Rich (1937) by Pound, Va.-born Napoleon Hill (1883-1970), about how Andrew Carnegie bankrolled him to interview self-made millionaires to learn their secrets, boiling them down to 13 Steps in his Philosophy of Personal Achievement and Science of Success, incl. 1. Desire 2. Faith 3. Autosuggestion 4. Specialized Knowledge 5. Imagination 6. Organized Planning 7. Decision 8. Persistence 9. Power of the Master Mind 10. The Mystery of Sex Transmutation (Sublimation) 11. The Subconscious Mind 12. The Brain 13. The Sixth Sense; "What the mind of man can conceive and believe, it can achieve"; sells 20M copies by his death in 1970, becoming a favorite with all types of salesmen incl. Amway.

Woody Guthrie (1912-67)

In Dec. 1950 "This Land Is Your Land" folk singer Woodrow Wilson "Woody" Guthrie (1912-67) signs a 2-year lease to live in one of Fred Trump's Brooklyn apt. bldgs. called Beach Haven, bitterly lamenting the segregation in lyrics that are never published (until 2016), incl.: "I suppose Old Man Trump knows/ Just how much Racial Hate he stirred up/ In the bloodspot of human hearts/ When he draws that color line here at this/ Eighteen hundred family project."

On July 8, 1963 the U.S. Cuban Assets Control Regulations are issued by the U.S. govt. under the 1917 U.S. Trading with the Enemy Act, requiring Americans trading with Cuba to main records and provide them to the U.S. Treasury Dept. on request, providing criminal penalties of up to 10 years in prison, $1M in corporate fines, and $250K in individual fines, with up to $55K per violation civil penalties; on Sept. 29, 2016 Newsweek accuses Repub. U.S. pres. candidate Donald Trump of spending $68K in 1968 to explore business opportunities in Cuba in violation of the regs.

In 1968 Trump joins daddy's co. the Trump Mgt. Corp., gaining control in 1974 and renaming it The Trump Org., based in Manhattan, N.Y. in 1980.

On Dec. 1, 1969 the U.S. Selective Service System draws Trump's draft number 356, helping him luck out of the Vietnam War, helped by four student deferments and a medical deferment for bad feet (bone spurs in his heels) in 1968 by New York City podiatrist Larry Braunstein, whose daughters later claim that it was done as a favor.

'Paris Is Out!', 1970

On Feb. 2, 1970 the comedy Paris Is Out!, by Richard Seff (1927-) debuts on Broadway at Brooks Atkinson Theatre, starring Molly Picon and Sam Levene, lasting only 96 performances; it is co-produced by recent college grad Donald J. Trump, who moves on to er, real estate.

In 1973 the U.S. Dept. of Justice sues Trump Mgt. Corp. for violating the U.S. Fair Housing Act by discriminating against blacks in rentals, causing Donald Trump to hire famous atty. Roy Cohn (former aide to Joseph McCarthy) and countersue for $100M for defamation; in 1975 the case is settled out of court without admission of guilt.

In the mid-1970s Fred Trump Jr. gives his son The Donald money ($1M?) to go into the real estate biz on his own, allowing him to concentrate on Manhattan while he sticks with Brooklyn and Queens; he later claims that he did the rest on his own, not mentioning the $3.35M he gave him on Dec. 17, 1990 and many other life savers; he actually gave him $413M - he saw "I'll Take Manhattan"?

Ivana Trump (1949-)

On Apr. 7, 1977 Trump marries divorced Gottwaldov, Czech.-born model Ivana Marie Zelnickova (1949-) in a lavish society wedding, going on to become leading New York City high society figures in the 1980s, and having children Donald John Trump Jr. (1977-), Ivanka Marie Trump (1981-), and Eric Fredric Trump (1984-).

Studio 54 Donald Trump (1946-)

On Apr. 26, 1977 Studio 54 in New York City at 254 W. 54th St., Manhattan (old CBS-TV Studio 52, next door to the Ed Sullivan Theater) opens, soon becoming the #1 disco nightclub where anything goes and everybody wants to be seen; regulars incl. Andy Warhol, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Bianca Jagger, Rick James, Michael Jackson, Donald Trump, Ivana Trump, John Travolta, Woody Allen, Cher, and O.J. Simpson; it closes in Mar. 1986 and briefly reopens in 1994.

Grand Hyatt New York, 1980- Norma Foerderer

On May 11, 1977 the old landmark Commodore Hotel at 109 E. 42nd St. in New York City (opened Jan. 28, 1919) announces that it lost $1.5M in 1976 and might have to be closed, causing the Trump Org. to purchase it, rebuilding and reopening it in 1980 as the Grand Hyatt New York, making Trump into a celeb.; the first big deal for his personal secy. Norma Foerderer, who claims he will shake hands.

In Sept. 1982 Forbes mag. pub. its first Forbes 400, a list of the wealthiest people in the U.S.; #1 is supertanker magnate Daniel Keith Ludwig ($2B); others incl. Gordon Getty ($1.4b), Sam Walton ($690M), Bob Hope ($280M), Warren Buffett ($250M0, Steve Jobs ($100M), and Donald Trump with a net worth "estimated at over $200 million", while he claims it's $500M; by 2012 36 of the 400 are still in the list; at the end of 2014 Trump claims to be worth $10B, but if he had simply invested his money in an unmanaged stock index fund he'd be worth $20B?

Trump Tower, 1983 Barbara Res

On Nov. 30, 1983 58-story Trump Tower in Midtown Manhattan, N.Y. at 721 Fifth Ave. opens, becoming the HQ of the Trump Org. and penthouse condominium of Donald Trump; becomes the first female hard-hat boss to oversee construction of a U.S. skyscraper from start to finish, going on July 10, 2013 to pub. the All Alone on the 68th Floor: How One Woman Changed the Face of Construction, praising The Daonald as "the least sexist boss I ever had" in a 2013 memoir; too bad, after he fires her for incompetence, but writes a recommendation letter for law school, and when her legal career tanks, on May 21, 2012 she starts whining to him to give her a job, which he refuses, after which she turns on him during his 2016 pres. campaign, bashing him in a front page NYT article on May 14, 2016 - this magic moment?

Trump Plaza, 1984-

On May 26, 1984 614-room Harrah's at Trump Plaza at 2500 Boardwalk in Atlantic City, N.J. next to Caesars Atlantic City opens as a joint venture between Harrah's Atlantic City and Donald Trump; in Oct. it becomes known as Trump Plaza to attract high-rollers; in 1989 the East Tower opens, giving a total of 906 rooms; in 1988 and 1989 it hosts Wrestlemania IV and Wrestlemania V; it closes on Sept. 16, 2014.

Mar-a-Lago, 1924-7 Marjorie Merriweather Post (1887-1973) Edward Francis Hutton (1875-1962)

In 1985 Trump buys the 126-room 58-bedroom 62.5K-sq.-ft. Mar-a-Lago (Sp. "Sea to Lake") estate at 1100 S. Ocean Blvd. in in Palm Beach, Fla. (known for hosting the Internat. Red Cross Ball), built in 1924-7 for $30M by wealthy heiress Marjorie Merriweather Post (1887-1973) and her 2nd hubby (1920-35) Edward Francis Hutton (1875-1962) for $10M, going on to extensively renovate it, getting into a war with the city of Palm Beach over a 50-ft. flagpole; on Sept. 12, 1973 Post died, leaving it in her will to the U.S. govt. to be the Southern White House, who gave it back in 1981 when they couldn't afford upkeep; in 1994 Michael Jackson and Lisa Marie Presley honeymoon there; in 1997 Trump files a lawsuit challenging Palm Beach's unwritten policy of excluding Jews and blacks from golf and country club facilities.

On Oct. 27, 1986 "80 Americans from 42 ethnic groups" incl. Donald Trump, Muhammad Ali, Rosa Parks, Joe DiMaggio, Anita Bryant, and Victor Borge receive the Ellis Island Medal of Honor from the Statue of Liberty-Ellis Island foundation; “The winners, a mixture of prominent and relatively unknown citizens, were screened by the National Ethnic Coalition of Organizations, which was selected for the work by the foundation"; the list of recipients describes Trump as “German, developer,” Parks as “African-American, activist” and Ali as “African-American, boxer”; Trumpers later crop the photo to show Trump, Ali, and Parks isolated, with the caption that Trump is being honored for championing African-Ams.

Marvin Davis (1925-2004)

In 1986 Denver, Colo.-based billionaire Marvin H. Davis (1925-2004) beats Trump to buy the posh Beverly Hills Hotel (where the Davises had stayed on their honeymoon) for $135M; he sells it next year to the Sultan of Brunei for $200M; the Davises move from Denver to Beverly Hills, Calif.

In 1986 Trump saves the dirt-poor Hill Family of Burke County, Ga. from losing their family farm, and tries to keep his involvement secret, but when it leaks, uses his publicity to arrange for the family to go on talk shows to raise more money.

In 1986 Donald Trump tries to build the first casino in Darling Harbour in Sydney, N.S.W., Australia, but is rejected next May 5 after police warn of his links to the Mafia.

On Sept. 2, 1987 Donald Trump gives an interview to Larry King on CNN, saying that he has no interest in being U.S. pres, explaining why he took out an ad dissing the admin. of George H.W. Bush, with his usual mantra that other countries are taking advantage of the U.S.

Donald Trump (1946-) in Portsmouth, N.H., Oct. 22, 1987

On Oct. 22, 1987 after N.H. activist Mike Dunbar (1947-) launches a Draft Trump Campaign and visits him in Trump Tower, real estate mogul Donald Trump gives a speech at the Rotary Club in Portsmouth, N.H.

'The Art of the Deal' by Donald Trump (1946-), 1987

On Nov. 1, 1987 Trump and ghostwriter Tony Schwartz pub. the NYT bestseller (1M copies) Trump: The Art of the Deal, which tells Trump's Horatio Alger story with a lucky Wall Street film "Greed is Good" shine, and preaches an 11-step formula for business success based on Norman Vincent Peale's bestseller "The Power of Positive Thinking", incl. #1 (Think Big), #7 (Get the Word Out), and #10 (Contain the Costs). incl. #1 (Think Big), #7 (Get the Word Out), and #10 (Contain the Costs); in 2016 ghostwriter Tony Schwartz expresses remorse, saying "I put lipstick on a pig", and that the true title should be "The Sociopath".

'Wall Street', 1987

On Dec. 11, 1987 Oliver Stone's Wall Street (20th Cent. Fox) debuts, starring Charlie Sheen as young stockbroker Bud Fox, who hooks up with "Greed is Good" advocate Gordon Gekko (Michael Douglas), and goes down the tubes; hot Daryl Hannah plays Fox's trophy bed partner Darien Taylor; Richard Gere later kicks himself for turning down the part, like John Travolta did for passing up his parts in "An Officer and a Gentleman" and "American Gigolo"; does $43.8M box office on a $15M budget.

On Dec. 21, 1987 Richard Nixon writes a letter to Donald Trump, referring to his recent appearance on Donahue, with the soundbyte: "I did not see the program, but Mrs. Nixon told me that you were great on the Donahue Show. As you can imagine, she is an expert on politics and she predicts that whenever you decide to run for office you will be a winner!"

Trump Taj Mahal, 1990

In 1988 Trump acquires the $1B Taj Mahal Casino at 1000 Boardwalk in Atlantic City, N.J. from Merv Griffin and Resorts Internat., officially opening it on Apr. 2, 1990 as the Trump Taj Mahal with Michael Jackson as the performer, saddling him with too much debt as the economy tanks, causing him to stiff contractors of $60M; in 2008 the Chairman Tower opens, bringing it to 2K rooms.

On July 19, 1988 Trump saves sick Orthodox Jewish child Andrew (Avraham Moshe) Ten (1985-) by sending his private jet to take him from LAX to LaGuardia Airport after commercial airplanes refuse to transport him with his life-support system.

In 1988 Donald Trump founds the Donald J. Trump Foundation to give away proceeds from his book "Trump: The Art of the Deal"; too bad, it turns into his personal piggy bank, and after he runs for U.S. pres. in 2016, all kinds of dirt is dug up on it.

On Oct. 10, 1989 (1:40 p.m.) a heli crashes near Forked River, N.J., killing three of Trump's top casino execs, causing Trumpt to have to personally take over day-to-day operations in Atlantic City as he slowly sunk toward bankruptcy, once personally monitoring a baccarat table at Trump Plazq where a Japanese real estate tycoon had once big to make sure he didn't drag the casino down; in June 1990 after he can't pay a $43M interest payment, he meets with his bankers, who agree to lend him tens of millions more in return for temporarily ceding control; in Aug. 1990 regulators report his total debt at $3.4B, with the soundbyte: "A complete financial collapse of the Trump Organization was not out of question."

On Oct. 10, 1989 a heli with a defective rotor crashes near Forked River, N.J., killing three of Donald Trump's top casino execs, forcing him to assume day-to-day operational responsibility as it slowly sinks into bankruptcy, once personally mother-henning a Japanese high-roller who once won big to make sure he doesn't repeat and drag the casino down; in June 1990 after he can't pay a $43M interest payment on his Taj Mahal junk bonds, he meets with his bankers and forces them to lend him tens of millions more in return for temporarily ceding control of his empire; in Aug. 1990 N.J. regulators claim his total debt at $3.4B, with the soundbyte: "A complete financial collapse of the Trump Organization was not out of the question."

On Oct. 13, 1989 (Black Fri.) the Friday the 13th, 1989 Mini-Crash is caused by the reaction to the failed $6.75B leveraged buyout of United Airlines, causing the junk bond market to collapses; the Dow Jones Industrial Avg. drops 190.58 points (6.91%).

On June 15, 1990 real estate mogul Donald Trump (1946-) misses an $18M interest payment due on junk bonds used to finance his Trump Castle Atlantic City resort, forcing the former paper billionaire into bankruptcy.

In July 1990 the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait causes oil prices to increase, triggering the 1990-1 U.S. Recession that lasts for 8 mo.

'Surviving at the Top' by Donald Trump (1946-), 1990

On Aug. 14, 1990 Donald Trump and ghostwriter Charles Leerhsen pub. Trump: Surviving at the Top, which claims that the U.S. govt. has covered-up the presence of U.S. POWs in Vietnam left after the war ends; full of factual errors?

Mike Godwin (1956-)

In 1990 Am. atty. Michael Wayne "Mike" Godwin (1956-) proposes Godwin's Law of Nazi Analogies: "As an online discussion grows longer, the probability of a comparison involving Nazis or Hitler approaches 1"; in 2006 Quinn's Law is posted on Slashdot, changing it to Microsoft bashing; as soon as Trump goes political, he becomes a victim.

In 1991 Trump Plaza Hotel files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, after which Trump rebounds, eliminating most of his $900M personal debt by 1994 and significantly reducing his $3.5B business debt after giving up his Trump Princess yacht and Trump Shuttle airplane, but retaining Trump Tower and three Atlantic City casinos, which in 1995 he combines into the publicly-held Trump Hotels and Casino Resorts.

'Trumped' by John R. O'Donnell, 1991

In May 1991 John R. O'Donnell (a protege of casino magnate Steve Wynn, who worked for Trump in 1987-90 as CEO of Trump Plaza, running his only profitable casino) and ghostwriter James Rutherford pub. Trumped!: The Inside Story of the Real Donald Trump - His Cunning Rise and Spectacular Fall, a tell-all portraying him as a cocksure boor and narcissist who like to blame his mistakes on subordinates, and isn't good at weighing the downside of investment risks, revealing his chirophobia (fear of shaking hands because of germs), love of gossip, abstemiousness, and penchant for extramarital affairs, airing his dirty laundry incl. reporting an alleged personal comment that "Laziness is a trait in blacks", referring to a black accountant, along with "Black guys counting my money - I hate it. The only kind of people I want counting my money are short guys that wear yarmulkes every day"; Trump responds in an interview with Playboy mag. in 1999, containing the soundbyte: "Nobody has had worse things written about them than me. And here I am. The stuff O'Donnell wrote about me is probably true. The guy's a fucking loser. A fucking loser. I brought the guy in to work for me; it turns out he didn't know that much about what he was doing. I think I met the guy two or three times total. And this guy goes off and writes a book about me, like he knows me!"

'The Art of Survival' by Donald Trump (1946-), 1991

In July 1991 Trump and ghostwriter Charles Leerhsen pub. Trump: The Art of Survival, talking about his shifting fortunes from the construction of the Taj Mahal in Atlantic City to his pending divorce with Ivana Trump.

On Nov. 18, 1991 Trump spots "a big guy with a big bat" bashing another person in Manhattan, N.Y., and jumps out of his limo unarmed to confront him, chasing him away.

Marla Maples (1963-)

On Dec. 11, 1991 Ivana Trump (1949-) divorces real estate mogul Donald Trump after 14 years of marriage after the latter is romantically linked with Ga.-born model Marla Maples (1963-), and she encounters her on the ski slopes at Aspen, Colo. during a 1990 Christmas holiday trip; next Mar. 24 she receives a $20M cash settlement, plus a $14M mansion, $5M housing allowance, and $350K/year alimony plus plus plus, going on to marry Riccardo Mazzuchelli than divorcing him before the 2nd anniv. On Dec. 19, 1993 after she appears on WWF Wrestlemania VII in 1991 and her publicist Chuck Jones is caught on July 15, 1992 stealing her high-heeled shoes then is found with a copy of Spike mag. for shoe fetishists, Trump marries Maples, and they have one child, Tiffany Trump (1993-); after hosting the Miss U.S.A. and Miss Universe pageants for two straight years, they divorce on June 9, 1999, after which she goes on to date Norman Mailer's son Michael Mailer and turn spirtualist.

Randy White (1958-) and Paula White (1966-) Pres. Trump praying with evangelicals in White House

In 1991 Frederick, Md.-born Randy Alan White (1958-) and his Elvishtown Tupelo, Miss.-born wife (since 1990) Paula Michelle White (nee Furr) (1966-) found Without Walls Internat. Church (originally South Tampa Christian Center) in Tampa, Fla., preaching Bible-thumping prosperity theology, growing to 5K attendees/week by 1999, and 20K in 2004, becoming the 7th largest church in the U.S.; on July 12, 2009 Randy resigns as pastor in favor of his wife Paula; too bad, in 2011 after a 3-year U.S. Senate investigation clears them, it shuts down and declares bankrupcy, and their prophecy of without walls is fulfilled?; in 2017 Paula becomes chmn. of Pres. Trump's evangelical advisory board, becoming the first female clergy member to deliver a U.S. pres. inauguration invocation on Jan. 20, 2017; in 2019 Trump appoints her as special advisor to the Faith and Opportunity Initiative at the Office of Public Liaison (until ?); she is a money-making fake Christian that's living proof of the New Testament prophecies about mass apostasy in the End Times?; watch video; watch video; watch video; watch video; watch video; watch video; watch video.

'Princess Diana (1961-97)

In 1992 after her July 29, 1981 marriage to Prince Charles falls apart, wannabe king Trump begins courting, you guessed it, Princess Diana (1961-97), showering her with orchids and roses from afar, causing her to comment "He gives me the creeps; after her Aug. 28, 1996 divorce and Aug. 31, 1997 fatal car crash Trump laments never getting to date her.

In 1993 Hary Hurt III pub. The Lost Tycoon: The Many Lives of Donald J. Trump, which claims that Ivana Trump stated in her divorce deposition that Donald Trump raped her.

In 1993 Ivana files for trademark rights to the phrase "The Donald", but they stall until the application expires, causing her to file again in 1998; on Jan. 14, 1999 she opens the Culture Club nightclub on Varick St. in New York City, which serves "The Donald" and "Ivana" drinks, causing Trump's atty. to sue to stop her.

In 1995 Trump takes Trump Hotels & Casino Resorts public, selling 10M shares at $14 a share, followed in 1996 by 13.25M shares at $32.50 a share; his 1995 tax return reports a $916M loss, allowing him to legally avoid paying federal income tax for up to 18 years.

In 1995 Ivana marries 3rd hubby, Italian businessman Riccardo Mazzucchelli, divorcing in 1997 after 22 mo., after which she hooks up with Ferrari dealer Roffredo Gaetani di Laurenzana dell'Aquila d'Aragona Lovatelli after meeting him at a Red Cross Ball in Monaco.

Donald Trump (1946-) at Miss Universe Pageant Alicia Machado (1976-)

In early 1996 Donald Trump acquires the rights to the May Miss Universe pageant for $10M; his wife Marla Maples hosts it in 1996 and 1997; too bad, its ratings are already in a slide, going from 35M in 1974 to 8M in 2002. On May 17, 1996 the Miss Universe 1996 Pageant in Las Vegas, Nev. is won by 5'7" Miss Venezuela Yoseph Alicia Machado Furjado (1976-); too bad, during her reign she gains 55 lbs., causing sponsors to drop support and pageant owner Donald Trump to stage a media event showing her working out and giving her a second chance, going on to call her "an eating machine", "Ms. Piggy", and "Ms. Housekeeping", pissing-off the PC press; she goes on to pose for the Feb. 2006 issue of Playboy, and be used by Hillary Clinton as ammo in her first debate with Trump on Sept. 26, 2016, causing dirt to be dug up on her incl. how she was the babe of a major narcotics trafficker and had his baby, how she threatened to kill a Venezuelan judge, and how a govt. witness who testified about their affair was shot to death.

'The First Wives Club', 1996

On Sept. 20, 1996 Hugh Wilson's The First Wives Club" (Paramount Pictures) debuts, based on the 1992 novel by Olivia Goldsmith, narrated by Diane Keaton and starring Keaton, Goldie Hawn, and Bette Midler as divorced women Annie MacDuggan Paradis, Elise Eliot Atchison, and Brenda Morelli Cushman, who are seeking revenge on their ex-hubbies who left them for younger women; features cameos by Gloria Steinem, Kathie Lee Gifford, and Ivana Trump, who utters the immortal soundbyte: "Don't get mad, get everything!"; does $181.5M box office on a $30M budget.

'The Art of the Comeback' by Donald Trump (1946-), 1997

On Oct. 27, 1997 Trump and ghostwriter Kate Bohner pub. Trump: The Art of the Comeback, which brags about surviving the Great Depression of 1990 and making it big in the Atlantic City casino biz, then outsmarting one of South America's richest men for right to the Miss Universe pageant.

On ?, 1998 People Magazine ran an article about Donald Trump, where he is quoted as saying: "If I were to run, I'd run as a Republican. They're the dumbest group of voters in the country. They believe anything on Fox News. I could lie and they'd still eat it up. I bet my numbers would be terrific" - NOT, it's a bogus story :) Here's a true story: In 1998 Trump gave an interview with Chris Matthews, where he speculates about how hard it would be for him to run for U.S. pres., with the soundbyte: "You think about [[Bill Clinton]] with the women. How about me with the women? Can you imagine?"

On June 25, 1999 The Donald's daddy Fred Trump Jr. (b. 1905), a miser who kept unused nails, mixed his own disinfectants and floor cleaners, but always bought a new Navy blue Caddy every three years with the license plate "FCT" dies of pneumonia and Alzheimer's, leaving a fortune of $250M-$300M to The Donald, Maryanne, and Robert Trump, of which The Donald gets $40M-$200M after a bitter will dispute, during which they cut off support for the infant (The Donald's nephew) William Trump (1999-), son of Fred Trump IV (b. 1962), son of Fred Trump III (-1984), who suffers from a rare neurological disorder - son, it's not your fault, it's not your fault, it's not your fault?

On Oct. 8, 1999 balding "pompad-over"-coiffed (poofy squirrel-do) Trump gives an interview to Larry King, announcing plans to run for the nomination of the Reform Party for U.S. president, going on to lose in 2000 to Pat Buchanan, who loses the gen. election to George W. Bush.

In Jan. 2000 in answer to critics who accuse him of running only for publicity, Trump issues the political manifesto The America That We Deserve, coming out as a moderate populist and outlining his dream of a country sans "racism, discrimination against women, or discrimination against people based on sexual orientation"; "The greatest threat to the American Dream is the idea that dreamers need close government scrutiny and control. Job one for us is to make sure the public sector does a limited job, and no more"; he predicts 9/11 and theorizes that it will be Osama bin Laden, with the soundbytes: "I am really convinced we're in danger of the sort of terrorist attacks that will make the bombing of the Trade Center look like kids playing with firecrackers. No sensible analyst rejects this possibility, and plenty of them, like me, are not wondering if but when it will happen"; “It's time to get down to the hard business of preparing for what I believe is the real possibility that somewhere, sometime, a weapon of mass destruction will be carried into a major American city and detonated"; "One day we're told that a shadowy figure with no fixed address named Osama bin-Laden is public enemy number one, and U.S. jetfighters lay waste to this camp in Afghanistan. He escapes back under some rock, and a few news cycles later it's on to a new enemy and new crisis."

In early Oct. 2000 Trump is fined $250K and forced to publicly apologize fo failing to disclose that he secretly financed newspaper ads opposing a proposed gambling casino at the Monticello Race Track in Monticello, N.Y. in the Catskills (90 mi. NW of New York City), using a front group called Inst. for Law and Society, whose ads whipped-up anti-Indian racism to protect Trump's casino business.

On June 16, 2001 a U.S.-Russian summit is held in Ljubljana, Slovenia, becoming the first meeting between U.S. pres. George W. Bush and Russian pres. Vladimir Putin, after which Bush utters the soundbyte: "I looked the man in the eye. I found him to be very straight forward and trustworthy and we had a very good dialogue. I was able to get a sense of his soul. He's a man deeply committed to his country and the best interests of his country and I appreciate very much the frank dialogue and that's the beginning of a very constructive relationship"; Putin warns Pres. Bush and Condi Rice of a coming attack on their homeland, which they pooh-pooh; in her 2011 memoir "No Higher Honour", Rice writes the soundbyte about the meeting: "Putin suddenly raised the problem of Pakistan. He excoriated the Pervez Musharraf regime for its support of extremists and for the connections of the Pakistani army and intelligence services to the Taliban and al Qaeda. Those extremists were all being funded by Saudi Arabia, he said, and it was only a matter of time until it resulted in a major catastrophe... Putin, though, was right. The Taliban and al-Qaida were time bombs that would explode on September 11, 2001... I was taken aback by Putin's alarm and vehemence." Trump later uses this to blast Jeb Bush for his brother's stupidity.

In 2002 Trump stars in a McDonald's Ad promoting the new $1 "Big N'Tasty" (discontinued in 2011), talking with Grimace the giant purple blob, with the soundbyte: "I put together some really impressive deals, but this thing you've pulled off, it's really amazing... Together, Grimace, we could own this town."

On Jan. 28, 2003 Donald Trump gives an interview to Neil Cavuto, in which he shows his undecidedness about the Iraq War, with the soundbyte: "Well, he's [Pres. George W. Bush] either got to do something or not do something perhaps. Because perhaps he shouldn't be doing it yet. Perhaps we should be waiting for the United Nations"; in his Sept. 26, 2016 debate with Hillary Clinton, moderator Lester Holt tries to frame him on being for the war back then.

On Jan. 8, 2004 The Apprentice, created by Mark Burnett debuts on NBC-TV for 185 episodes (until 2015), featuring Trump lording it over 16-18 job applicants in Trump Tower in Manhattan while making $14M a year; becoming known for the catchphrase "You're fired!"; the theme song is "For the Love of Money" by The O'Jays (1973).

On Apr. 16, 2004 Trump gives an interview to Wolf Blitzer of CNN, uttering the soundbyte: "Well, you'd be shocked if I said that in many cases I probably identify more as Democrat."

On July 14, 2004 Donald Trump gives an interview to Esquire mag., dissing the Bush admin. for its handling of the Iraq War, with the soundbytes: "Does anybody really believe that Iraq is going to be a wonderful democracy where people are going to run down to the voting box and gently put in their ballot and the winner is happily going to step up to lead the country?” C'mon. Two minutes after we leave, there's going to be a revolution, and the meanest, toughest, smartest, most vicious guy will take over. And he'll have weapons of mass destruction, which Saddam didn't have", also dissing Bush for failing to find Osama bin Laden, with the soundbyte: "Tell me, how is it possible that we can't find a guy who's six-foot-six and supposedly needs a dialysis machine? Can you explain that one to me? We have all our energies focused on one place, where they shouldn't be focused"; in Nov. he gives an interview to Larry King, saying: "I don't believe we made the right decision going in to Iraq, but hopefully we're getting out."

On Oct. 21, 2004 Trump files his 3rd corporate bankruptcy, reorganizing Trump Hotels and Casino Resorts as Trump Entertainment Resorts Holdings.

Melania Knauss-Trump (1970-)

On Jan. 22, 2005 after meeting her in 1998, Trump marries Sevnica, Yugoslavia-born Slovenian model (since age 5) Melania Knauss (Melanija Knavs) (1970-) at Bethesda by the Sea Episcopal Church in Palm Beach, Fla.; they go on to have son Barron William Trump (2006-); she studied architecture, speaks five languages, worked in Milan, Paris, and New York City, and earned her own wealth before meeting The Donald; yes, she is a legal immigrant.

Pam Bondi of the U.S. (1965-)

On May 23, 2005 Donald Trump founds Trump U.to coach dupes, er, students in real estate investing for fees ranging from $1.5K-$35K depending on how much room they have left in their credit cards, with high-pressure salesmen working out of a phone boilerroom coached to get suckers to max out their credit cards in a mad rush to get rich quick, like many other real estate investment courses which only make money for those who run them, although there are isolated cases of lucky pluckers buying some property low and flipping it for a good profit, making it borderline legal; it ceases operations in May 2011; on Aug. 24, 2013 the state of New York files a $40M civil suit against it, followed by lawsuits from disgruntled students; it is later revealed that Trump made a $25K campaign donation to Fla. Repub. atty.-gen. #37 (2011-) Pamela Jo "Pam" Bondi (1965-), which was investigating Trump U., after which he pays a fine and she denies any wrongdoing.

On June 23, 2005 the U.S. Supreme Court by 6-3 rules in Kelo v. City of New London, Conn. that it is "permissible use" for the govt. to take property from one private owner under the law of eminent domain and give it to another in furtherance of economic development; Donald Trump utters the soundbyte "I happen to agree with it 100 percent."

Melissa Ann Young

In 2005 Melissa Young wins the Miss Wisc. USA beauty pageant; on Mar. 30, 2016 she tells Donald Trump that she is suffering from a terminal illness, causing Trump to set up a crowdfunding site through Fundanything.com for her Mexican-Am. son to go to college.

Tara Conner (1985-) Rosie O'Donnell (1962-)

On Apr. 21, 2006 Dallas, Tex.-born Tara Elizabeth Conner (1985-) wins the Miss USA 2006 pageant (#55) in 1st Mariner Arena in Baltimore, Md. in front of 7.8M viewers (2nd lowest ever); hosts are Nancy O'Dell and Drew Lachey; "Queer Eye for the Straight Guy" star Carson Kressley provides commentary for the first time; too bad, after reports that she had been engaging in underage drinking and taking cocaine, heroin, and crystal meth, and has kissed Miss Teen USA Katie Blair, the PC press calls for her to be decrowned, but Donald Trump announces that he's giving her a second chance because "I believe in second chances, and sometimes it works when you give somebody a second chance" in an appearance on The Oprah Winfrey Show, causing celeb and lesbian rights activist Roseann "Rosie" O'Donnell (1962-) to criticize him on The View, with the soundbyte: "[Trump] left the first wife, had an affair, left the second wife, had an affair. Had kids both times, but he's the moral compass for 20-year-olds in America. Donald, sit and spin, my friend", mocking his comb-over, then calling him a "snake oil salesman" and bringing up his bankruptcies, pissing Trump off and causing him to appear on several TV shows, with the soundbytes: "Rosie is a bully. I hit her between the eyes, she's worried about being sued, and her response today was nothing. She's not a very smart person, if you look at her IQ I guarantee you it's not up there", and "I guarantee I'll have a lot of Rosie's money right out of her big fat pocket. I'll have a lot of Rosie's money coming into my pocket. That's my prediction""; in an interview with People mag., he utters the soundbyte: "You can't make false statements. Rosie will rue the words she said. I'll most likely sue her for making those false statements... and it'l be fun. Rosie's a loser, a real loser. I look forward to taking lots of money from my nice fat little Rosie"; in an interview with Anderson Cooper of CNN, he utters the soundbyte: "If you looked like Rosie you'd be critical of beauty pageants, believe me. Rosie is a very unattractive woman, both inside and out. And as hard as it is to believe, inside is probably uglier than outside, and that's really saying something. But you have to understand, I know Rosie. Rosie's a loser. Rosie's been pulling the wool over people's eyes for a long time. She is a stone cold loser. What she is is a bully. Rosie says a lot of negative things about a lot of people. Nobody.. they don't do anything about it. I did something about it."

On Oct. 9, 2006 Donald Trump gives an interview to Larry King, in which he disses the Bush admin. for its handling of the Iraq War, saying that Iraq is turning into a breeding ground for terrorists, and that anyone who votes for this war should be booted from office in the upcoming nat. election.

In Mar. 2007 Donald Trump gives an interview to Wolf Blitzer, uttering the soundbyte: "Well, I think Bush is probably the worst president in the history of the United States", calling the Iraq War a "total disaster", adding: "Look, everything in Washington has been a lie. Weapons of mass destruction. It was a total lie. It was a way of attacking Iraq", saying he's unaligned: "I'm very much independent in that way. I go for the person, not necessarily the party. I mean, I vote for Republicans and I vote for Democrats."

On ?, 2007 Trump gives an interview to Wolf Blitzer on CNN, uttering the soundbyte: "I think Hillary would do a good job"; too bad, after he saw what a lousy job she did as U.S. secy. of state, he reverses himself.

'Think BIG and Kick Ass in Business and Life' by Donald Trump (1946-), 2007

On Oct. 23, 2007 Trump and Bill Zanker pub. Trump: Think BIG and Kick Ass in Business and Life.

'Never Give Up' by Donald Trump (1946-), 2008

On Jan. 18, 2008 Trump and ghostwriter Meredith McIver pub. Trump: Never Give Up: How I Turned My Biggest Challenges into Success.

Rossano Rubicondi (1972-)

In Apr. 2008 after dating for six years, cougar Ivana marries 4th hubby, Italian model Rossano Rubicondi (1972-) in a $3M wedding with 400 guests in Donald's Mar-A-Lago Estate in Fla.; her daughter Ivanka is maid of honor; too bad, she files for separation in Aug.

In 2008 Donald Trump Jr. utters the soundbyte: "Russians make up a pretty disproportionate cross-section of a lot of our assets... We see a lot of money pouring in from Russia. "This should be seen as a compliment, as a testament to the Trump organization's skill at making money, at making great outcomes, at making investors money. Russian oligarchs are not going to throw away money on a Trump deal. Why would they? It was simply an investment which the investor thought would be successful."

On Feb. 13, 2009 Trump files his 4th corporate bankruptcy over Trump Entertainment Resorts; in Aug. 2014 he files a lawsuit to have his name removed from its facilities; it files for bankruptcy again in 2014.

Ivanka Trump (1981-) and Jared Kushner (1981-)

On Oct. 25, 2009 after converting to Judaism under the name Yael, Ivanka "Ivankala" Trump marries New York Observer owner (orthodox Jew) Jared Corey Kushner (1981-), son of Jew York real estate magnate Charles Kushner (until ?), joining Kehilath Jeshurun Synagogue in Manhattan and joining her daddy in strong support for the Jewish state of Israel; "I want to thank my Jewish daughter - I have a Jewish daughter."

On Feb. 10-12, 2011 the first regional Conservative Political Action Conference is held in Orlando, Fla., attended by 11K; surprise guest Donald Trump (his first appearance since its 1973 founding) comes out as a conservative in a speech, hinting at a White House Run (decision by June), with the soundbyte: "America is becoming a whipping post for the rest of the world... America today is missing quality leadership, and foreign countries have quickly realized this. It's for this reason that the United States is becoming the laughing stock of the world... And I can tell you this, if I run and if I win, this country will be respected again... If I decided to run, I will not be raising taxes. We'll be taking back hundreds of billions of dollars from other countries that are screwing us, we'll be creating vast numbers of productive jobs, and we'll rebuild our country so that we can be proud. Our country will be great again"; of course he can't help talking about himself, with the soundbyte: "Over the years I've participated in many battles and have really almost come out very, very victorious every single time. I've beaten many people and companies, and I've won many wars. I have fairly but intelligently earned many billions of dollars, which in a sense was both a scorecard and acknowledgment of my abilities", adding "I may be willing to put that to work", although "Frankly I wish there was a candidate that I saw that would be fantastic, because I love what I'm doing."

U.S. Pres. Barack Hussein Obama (1961-) Donald Trump Asks 'Where is the Birth Certificate?'

In Mar. 2011 billionaire real estate celeb Donald Trump (1946-) begins making moves to announce his Repub. candidacy for president, saying that "I have some real doubts" that Obama was born in the U.S., and dissing him for not releasing his birth certificate, saying there might be something on it he doesn't want people to see, such as that it lists him as Muslim, or worse, maybe Obama originally had a different surname and father; Trump reportedly sent investigators to Hawaii on the trail of it, stay tuned; he also claims that Obama spent $2M+ trying to keep his birth certificate, college transcripts, etc., sealed, when actually that number is little more than speculation; Orly Taitz claims that it was more than $5M, paid to nat. law firm Perkins Cole, but then, signing Executive Order 13489 (Jan. 21, 2009) sealing all his records didn't cost him a cent, did it? On Apr. 7 the Hawaiian Appeals Court rejects a request by Robert V. Justice to "inspect and copy" Obama's birth certificate, saying he must be a close family member. Duh, so why doesn't a close member request it to satisfy everybody? Because Obama told them he's got nothing to hide, or the reverse? The burden of proof is on Obama if he wants the issue to go away, else it shouldn't, it could be a major scandal in U.S. history, if anybody still cares about the Constitution that is, because his entire presidency could become like the Lost Season of Dallas, when Pam wakes up and finds Bobby in the shower. On Apr. 14 Obama interviews fan George Stephanopoulos of ABC-TV, and utters the soundbyte: "I think that over the last two and a half years there's been an effort to go at me in a way that is politically expedient in the short term for Republicans, but creates, I think, a problem for them when they want to actually run in a general election where most people feel pretty confident the president was born where he says he was, in Hawaii. He doesn't have horns... We're not really worrying about conspiracy theories or birth certificates." That settles it - the president says he was born in Hawaii - which president, Clinton? On Apr. 27 after the pressure by Trump mounted, the White House finally releases a certified copy of the long form birth certificate, saying that the nation was being "distracted by sideshows and carnival barkers", causing Trump to claim "I won", and say that he's "proud" of forcing the release, dropping out of the race in May; no surprise, the birth certificate lists the place of birth as Kapiolani Maternity and Gynecological Hospital in Honolulu, the father as Barack Obama Sr., and the delivering physician as Dr. Richard Kimball, er, David A. Sinclair, who conveniently died in 2003 without telling anybody; too bad, it's only a copy, dated Apr. 25, 2011 and signed by the state registrar, not the real birth certificate made in 1961, which has never been forensically tested, and the serial number is out of sequence with the Nordyke Twins, born in you know what hospital a day after Obama, leading to more doubts, although the ball is now in the Birthers' court?; for starters, it's got plenty of evidence of being PhotoShopped, actually, created with Adobe Illustrator, with multiple typefaces, and shows evidence that the original birth certificate was scanned while still in its binder, complete with curved surfaces, while the information on the form doesn't curve with the printed text, and worse, the certificate purports to be a color scan of an actual piece of paper, but it has no chromatic artifacts. It also goofs and lists Obama's daddy's race as African instead of Negro, a modern PC terminology; nationally recognized Adobe and Microsoft computer expert Mara Zebest has stated that "The PDF file released by the White House contains evidence of manipulation suggesting that one or more forgers utilized existing Hawaiian birth certificates to assemble fraudulently for Barack Obama a document the president presented to the world as authentic." And why did mommy wait to sign it until Aug. 7, and Sinclair until Aug. 8? Who is the registrar, it looks a lot like "Ukelele"?; why did a purported Kenyan birth certificate have the exact same time of birth if it was a fake and the authors didn't have access to the real one, aha, it's starting to make sense?; did mommy have a premature delivery in the British colony of Kenya, then fly back to Honolulu, walk into the hospital with the infant Messiah, and ask for them to help make him a legal alien quick, maybe telling them she had it at home in Honolulu, meanwhile telling her mother to place an ad in the local paper as a cover story, and now the hospital has to go along with the fraud to avoid criminal charges?; how convenient that all key witnesses are now dead, incl. mommy, daddy, grandparents, and Sinclair; bada bing, bada boom, the name of the hospital was Kauikeolani Children's Hospital until 1978, when it merged with Kapi'olani Maternity Home?; wrong, it was called that by the Hawaii legislature in 1954; funny how Obama jumped and released the certificate right before the immigration file of his daddy Barack Sr. was released, showing how he was suspected of never divorcing his first wife in Kenya, which would make his marriage to Ann a sham for the purpose of securing immigration status, and make Obama the illegitimate child of a foreign bigamist, somebody take my pulse. Too bad, the time to question Obama's eligibility was before he was sworn in. Now he's the friggin' President of the United States, and if you try telling him he's not eligible he might get mad and push a button. Even if he openly admitted he was born in Timbuktu, it would take impeachment proceedings by the Congress, but he could raise the defense that they, the Supreme Court, and the American People granted him an EXEMPTION - he's the Messiah, and they'd permit Christ to be president, right? :) On Apr. 30 the 2011 White House Correspondents' Dinner sees Pres. Obama roast Donald Trump, chiding him for questioning his birth certificate and comparing that with being a UFO nut etc., dissing his credentials and experience; the real reason Trump later runs for U.S. pres.? - 30 months later he has Obama's job?

By the way, the first rumors that Obama was not a U.S. citizen were not spread by the right but by supporters of Hillary Clinton, in Apr. 2008, and on Oct. 31, 2008 Philip J. Berg becomes the first to try to get the federal courts to order pres.-elect Obama to produce his birth certificate by Dec. 1 before the electoral college met on Dec. 13; assuming rightly that the U.S. Supreme Court will refuse to hear the case, Obama ignored them, later releasing the infamous computer-generated certification (not certificate) of live birth (and not birth certificate - three different things) that was "filed" (not necessarily accepted) by registrar (or the state) to end the standoff, keeping the real certificate of live birth under lock and key and leaving the issue at the current impasse. Right, a brave and hearty soul could break the impasse by breaking into the Hawaiian govt. offices and stealing the blasted document and releasing it on the Internet before getting arrested, ask Trump if he has thought of that. Trump, er, Trumpet flare please.

Donald Trump's Boeing 757

In Aug. 2011 The Donald purchases a Boeing 757 from Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen for $100M, covering it in Trump logos and gold and filling it with luxuries and electronic gizmos; perfect for campaigning; too bad, it's used?

'Time to Get Tough' by Donald Trump (1946-), 2011

On Dec. 5, 2011 Trump pub. the NYT bestseller Time to Get Tough: Making America #1 Again, which blasts Pres. Obama, Obamacare et al., with the soundbyte: "President Obama has been a disaster for America. In four short years, he's wrecked our economy, saddled our children with more debt than America managed to rack up in 225 years, and gone around the world apologizing for our country - as if the greatest nation in the world needs to apologize for being a land of opportunity and freedom, which we were before Obama became president. Now, America looks like a broken country - stripped of jobs, stripped of wealth, stripped of respect. And what does President Obama do about it? He plays nice with a China that is doing everything it can to destroy our economy, while refusing to stand up for America with Middle Eastern oil mobsters who think they can hold us hostage through higher prices at the pump, and chucking billions in 'stimulus' money to his friends and supporters while letting the rest of us foot the bill. This can't go on. And if Donald J. Trump has anything to say about it, it won't"; reveals that he has become more conservative, moving from "tax the wealthy" to "reduce taxes".

On Nov. 6, 2012 (Obama's reelection day) billionaire real estate playboy Donald John Trump (1946-) tweets the soundbyte: "The concept of global warming was created by and for the Chinese in order to make U.S. manufacturing non-competitive"; on Sept. 26, 2016 Trump denies he said that in a debate with Hillary Clinton; this is Trump's first of 20 strong climate skeptic statements before becoming Repub. U.S. pres. #45 on Jan. 20, 2017.

On Nov. 5, 2013 Donald Trump is presented with the T. Boone Pickens Award by The American Spectator at the annual Robert L. Bartley Dinner, giving a speech in which he brags about his ability as a negotiator, along with his "love of this country", which is "going in the wrong direction", dissing foreign countries for "laughing at us", and blasting Obamacare, speaking of what could happen "if you let this great country go", predicting that the Repubs. will have many opportunities in the 2016 U.S. pres. election but worrying about them not sticking together.

On June 16, 2014 regular caller Donald Trump gives an interview on The Howard Stern Show, uttering the soundbyte "The president is letting this country go to Hell", adding "I don't dislike Barack Obama... You have to be confident, you have to be capable", and "I just think he is a very bad president. I think he doesn't know what he's doing. He has very little experience"; Stern comments "I'm always curious about who he hates the most" and "He's never going to run for president; if he wanted to he would have done it years ago.... it's good for publicity, but I don't think he actually wants to be the president."

Charlie Hebdo attack, Jan. 7, 2015 Stephane 'Charb' Charbonnier (1967-2015) Charlie Hebdo cartoonists Charlie Hebdo sample

On Jan. 7, 2015 (10:30 a.m.) the Charlie Hebdo Massacre sees a terrorist attack by black-hooded vest-wearing Allah Akbar-shouting Kalashnikov-carrying Muslim al-Qaida members Said Kouachi, Cherif Kouachi, and Hamyd Mourad at the Charlie Hebdo newspaper HQ N of Notre Dame Cathedral and E of the Arc de Triomphe, known for satirizing Muhammad kills 10 staffers incl. ed.-in-chief Stephane "Charb" Charbonnier (b. 1967), and cartoonists Cabu, Wolinski, and Tignous, along with two police officers, incl. married Muslim officer Ahmed Merabet (b. 1965), injuring 11, becoming the worst terrorist attack in France since 1995; they were in an editorial meeting before the attack; Amedy's armed dangerous Muslim convert wife Hayat Boumeddiene remains on the loose; the lights on the Eiffel Tower are extinguished in memorial; one of the terrorists shouts "The Prophet has been avenged"; the offices were firebombed in 2011; Pres. Obama calls the attack "cowardly" and "evil"; French PM Francois Hollande calls it "an exceptional act of barbarism committed against a newspaper", and notes that France is in "shock", adding "We need to show we are a united country", but ostriching with the statement that the attacks "have nothing to do with Islam"; Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu utters the soundbyte: "The main goal of Islamic terrorism is to destroy societies, and countries, to stamp out human civilizations based on freedom and the culture of choice, and to impose in its place a fanatical dictatorship which returns humanity to another era"; 100K demonstrate across France to protest the killings; at 10:40 p.m. police raid the last known addresses of the terrorist brothers and arrest relatives; on Jan. 8 Donald Trump issues the tweets: "If the people so violently shot down in Paris had guns, at least they would have had a fighting chance... Isn't it interesting that the tragedy in Paris took place in one of the toughest gun control countries in the world?... Remember, when guns are outlawed, only outlaws will have guns!"; on Jan. 9 the Kouachi brothers hole-up in a printing complex in Dammartin-en-Goele before being killed by police, while 3rd suspect Amedy Coulibaly takes five hostages at the Hyper Cacher Jewish kosher supermarket in Porte de Vincennes, killing four before the police kill him, justifying the massacre as revenge for attacks on ISIS, while 30 others hide in the freezer for five hours, causing French pres. Francois Hollande to call it "an appalling anti-Semitic act"; al-Qaida (AQAP) in Yemen announces that it planned the attacks, and claims that more are coming in Europe and the U.S., causing the FBI to issue new terror warnings for Americans; maps of Jewish schools in Paris are found in Amedy's car, causing 5K police to be deployed to protect them; on Jan. 11 1.5M (biggest since Victor Hugo's 1885 funeral) attend a rally in Paris, incl. 50 world leaders (except Pres. Obama and Vladimir Putin) (incl. some known for suppressing free speech); Francois Hollande asks Benjamin Netanyahu and Mahmoud Abbas not to attend; on Jan. 11 French PM Manuel Valls declares war "against terrorism, against jihadism, against radical Islam, against everything that is aimed at breaking fraternity, freedom, solidarity", bemoaning the ever-growing exodus of Jews from France with the soundbyte that if the Jews all leave France in the wake of anti-Semitic terror, "The French Republic will be judged a failure"; too bad, he blames France's "apartheid regime" for terrorism, while the French govt. rushes to pass tough new laws against freedom of speech; meanwhile ex-French PM Dominique de Villepin claims that the West created Islamic terrorism, with the soundbyte that ISIS is "the monstrous child of inconstancy and arrogance of Western policy", and that "In 2001 there was only one central terrorist group, today there is a dozen" because "we have multiplied them... The war against terrorism is just like adding fuel to the fire"; on Jan. 11 the Hamburger Morgenpost in Germany is firebombed after it reprints the Muhammad cartoons; on Jan. 12 White House press secy. Josh Earnest utters the soundbyte that Pres. Obama (who was against Charlie Hebdo's cartoons in 2012) will try to stop anti-jihadist articles from being pub. when it might cause a jihadist attack against U.S. forces; too bad, French Muslims celebrate the massacre, and Muslim schoolchildren treat a moment of silence in the classroom with contempt; the survivors crank out the next issue on its regular date of Jan. 15, with a circ. of 3M in 16 languages instead of the usual 60K, with another 6M printed after the first ed. sells out, with French pres. Francois Hollande declaring the mag. "reborn", with the soundbyte "You can murder men and women, but you can never kill their ideas"; it contains another caricature of Muhammad, causing Pope Francis on Jan. 15 to put his foot in his mouth with the soundbyte: "You cannot provoke, you cannot insult the faith of others... "If my good friend says a curse word against my mother, he can expect a punch. It's normal"; on Jan. 16 Mali immigrant Muslim kosher grocery employee Malian Lassana Bathily, who helped a dozen Jewish shoppers hide in a cold storage room is granted French citizenship; on Jan. 17 19K French Web sites are targeted by an unprecedented denial of service attack, incl. the French defense ministry; in May Charlie Hebdo suspends journalist Zineb El Rhazoui after she receives death threats for writing articles critical of radical Islam, causing a firestorm of criticism, which doesn't sway them, showing that Islamic intimidation as a preparation for full Sharia is working?; speaking of intimidation working, on July 17 Charlie Hebdo ed. Laurent Sourisseau announces that the mag won't pub. any more Muhammad cartoons, with the dhimmibyte: "We've done our job. We have defended the right to caricature."

Donald Trump (1946-) and U.S. Pres. Ronald Reagan

On May 12, 2015 the Daily Mail pub. an article about Donald Trump, in which he claims that he "actually trademarked" his planned campaign slogan "Make America Great Again" as an homage to U.S. Pres. Ronald Reagan, whom he and his father supported.

Donald Trump (1946-) with red cap, 2015 Corey Lewandowski (1973-)

On June 16, 2015 after ending his Celebrity Apprentice reality TV show to run, billionaire Repub. real estate mogul Donald Trump (1946-) announces his candidacy for U.S. pres., promising to become "the greatest jobs president that God ever created" and bring back the American Dream after dissing the current political leaders because they will "never make America great again"; he hires Corey Lewandowski (1973-) as his campaign mgr.; his speeches average-out at a 4th grader level; after accusing Mexico of "not sending their best... They're sending people that have lots of problems, and they're bringing those problems to us. They're bringing drugs, they're bringing crime, they're rapists. And some, I assume, are good people", to solve the leaky border he promises to build a Great Wall along it, and make Mexico pay for it, causing Univision TV network on June 26 to ban Trump's Miss Universe contest, causing him on June 27 to ban their employees from his Trump Nat. Doral Resort and Golf Club near their HQ in Miami, Fla.; on June 29 NBC-TV cuts all business ties for ditto, followed on July 1 by Macy's, which he counters are soft on immigration, adding that he's not beholden to anybody, and that he doesn't like stores that sell apparel manufactured in China anyway; Trump announces his net worth at $8.7B, then on July 16 ups it to $10B, despite Forbes mag. claiming it's only $4B; on July 23 a report by the Tex. Dept. of Public Safety is leaked that reports that illegal aliens committed 611,234 crimes in Tex. in 2008-14 incl. nearly 3K homicides.

Donald Trump Campaign Poster with Waffen-SS soldiers, July 14, 2015

On July 1, 2015 Francisco Sanchez, an illegal alien with seven felony convictions and five deportations back to Mexico who was allowed to run free by the Obama admin. murders a 32-y.-o. Kathryn Steinle in San Francisco, Calif. while walking at the waterfront for no apparent reason, causing an outcry about San Francisco's self-declared status as a "sanctuary city" that make it ignore an ICE detainer while he was in jail; on July 23 House Repubs. pass a bill, dubbed the Donald Trump Act by Dems. to strip federal grants from jurisdictions that shield illegal immigrants from arrest by federal immigration authorities. On July 2 the Trump Campaign releases the soundbyte: "Fox News poll just put us at the top nationally. Yesterday, CNN confirmed our national lead and verified our momentum in New Hampshire. And now Quinnipiac shows us at the top in Iowa. Numbers don't lie. We are a top-tier campaign and we can win. We will bring common sense to Washington!"; "I am the leading candidate on promoting smart trade deals, border security, rebuilding our military, and taking care of our veterans"; "I cannot be bought. Neither my allegiance nor discretion can be traded in exchange for high dollar donations from private interest groups. I am the only candidate who can say this. I will not shy away from my promise to work with Americans to rebuild America." On July 11 Trump speaks at the FreedomFest in Las Vegas, Nev., after which he holds a news conference to discuss immigration et al., saying "You can't be great if you don't have a border, no matter what you do... And you can't be great if China is taking all your jobs." On July 12 after Mexican drug lord El Chapo escapes from his Mexican prison, Donald Trump begins sending tweets about it, incl. "Can you envision Jeb Bush or Hillary Clinton negotiating with 'El Chapo', the Mexican drug lord who escaped from prison"; "The joke around town is that I freed El Chapo from the Mexican prison because the timing was so good w/ my statements on border security", and "El Chapo and the Mexican drug cartels use the border unimpeded like it was a vacuum cleaner, sucking drugs and death right into the US." On July 15 (night) after escaped Mexican drug kingpin El Chapo threatens to make him "swallow" his words about Mexico dumping its worst citizens on the U.S., Donald Trump gives an interview to Sean Hannity, uttering the soundbyte: "You know, what I'm bringing up is much more important than Donald Trump. My life, you know, frankly, what I'm doing is so important for the country", adding "First of all, I appreciate your question, the way you worded it, because the truth is, we wouldn't be talking about illegal immigration if it weren't for me. I brought it up. They hammered me, and then they found out they were wrong. And so many people have apologized to me over the last week because, you know, when I made my statement, they didn't read my statement. They read little pieces of my statement and tried to make me look bad." Speaking of looking bad? On July 14 a tweet from the Trump campaign features Donald Trump's face on a U.S. flag, with a small insert showing some Waffen-SS soldiers that were put in by mistake; it is quickly deleted. On July 16 a Fox News Poll gives Donald Trump the lead among Repub. pres. candidates with 18%, up from 7% in June and 15% in Mar.; Wisc. Gov. Scott Walker is #2 at 15%, and former Fla. gov. Jeb Bush is #3 at 14%; Dem. candidate Hillary Clinton leads Bernie Sanders by 59% to 19%. On July 18 after McCain calls Trump's Ariz. followers "crazies", causing him to call McCain a "dummy", Donald Trump tees off on Ariz. Repub. Sen. John McCain, with the soundbytes "He's not a war hero. He's a war hero because he was captured. I like people who weren't captured", mocking him for graduating at the bottom of his class at the U.S. Naval Academy and calling him a "loser" for failing in the 2008 U.S. pres. race, pissing-off Repubs., with former Tex. Gov. Rick Perry calling Trump "unfit to be commander-in-chief", and 2012 Repub. pres. nominee Mitt Romney tweeting: "The difference between @SenJohnMcCain and @realDonaldTrump: Trump shot himself down""; on July 20 after Trump refuses to apologize to him, McCain replies that Trump doesn't owe an apology to him, but "to the families of those who have sacrificed in conflict and those who've undergone the prison experience in certain countries". On July 20 a Washington Post-ABC New Poll shows Trump favored by 24% of Repubs. and Repub.-leaning independents, leading the Repub. nomination race, with Wisc. Gov. Scott Walker at 13% and former Fla. Gov. Jeb Bush at 12%, while if he runs as an independent he will lose with 20% vs. 46% for Hillary Clinton and 30% for Jeb Bush, taking more support from Bush, who would only be behind by 50% to 44% in a head-to-head with Hillary; on July 22 Trump gives an interview to The Hill, saying that he "absolutely" would launch a third-party run for the White House if treated unfairly by the Repub. Nat. Committee, saying "They were always supportive when I was a contributor. I was their fair-haired boy." On July 23 Donald Trump visits the U.S.-Mexico border at Laredo, Tex., refusing requests to apologize for claiming that many who have crossed the border illegally are rapists, saying "They weren't insulted because the press misinterprets my words", reiterating his call for a border wall, throwing hints out about "merit system", adding "The first thing we do is take the bad ones of which there are unfortunately quite a few, we take the bad ones and get 'em the hell out"; MSNBC-Telemundo anchor Jose Diaz Balart tells him: "Many feel that what you said, when you said that people that cross the border are rapists and murderers...", which Trump cuts off, responding: "No, no, we're talking about illegal immigration and everybody understands it. And you know what? That's a typical case of the press with misinterpretation. They take half a sentence, then they take a quarter of a sentence. They put it all together. It's a typical thing. You're with Telemundo and Telemundo should be ashamed", at which the crowd cheers approval; the Nat. Border Patrol Council Local 2455 Executive Board pulls out of a planned meeting with him at the airport; Trump answers more questions about a possible third party run, saying "I am a Republican. I'm a conservative. I want to run as a Republican. The best way to win is for me to get the nomination"; meanwhile former Tex. gov. Rick Perry (2% in the polls) calls a Trump "small-minded... a divisive figure... propelled by anger... appealing to the worse instincts in the human condition, a barking carnival act that can best be described as Trumpism, a toxic mix of demagoguery and mean-spiritedness and nonsense that will lead the Republican Party to perdition if pursued. Let no one be mistaken. Donald Trump's candidacy is a cancer on conservatism that must be diagnosed, excised, and discarded." On July 24 conservative pundit Ann Coulter announces her support for Trump, saying that he can win the White House by continuing to tap into the electorate's anger over the broken U.S. immigration system, either as a Repub. or a third party candidate, pointing to H. Ross Perot, whom she calls "really funny looking", and whose entry into the pres. race she claims came when Repub. Pres. George H.W. Bush lied to the people about not raising taxes, saying "It has been another 20 years of lies from the Republicans, so Trump is a way more attractive candidate." On July 28 acting deputy DEA admin. Jack Riley testifies before Congress, backing up Donald Trump's comments about Mexico sending criminals over the border, saying that the Mexican drug cartels are doing "tremendous harm to our communities". On July 28 Trump issues a Tweet: "While I'm beating my opponents in the polls, I'm also beating lobbyists, special interests & donors that are supporting them with billions", referring especially to ex-Fla. gov. Jeb Bush. On July 28 billionaire Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban praises Donald Trump, with the soundbytes: "I have to honestly say he is probably the best thing to happen to politics in a long, long time. I don't care what his actual positions are. I don't care if he says the wrong thing. He says what's on his mind. He gives honest answers rather than prepared answers"; "Smart people who didn't live perfect lives could never run. Smart people who didn't want their families put under the media spotlight wouldn't run. The Donald is changing all that. He has changed the game and for that he deserves a lot of credit. Now maybe we will accept candidates warts and all and look at what they do rather than what headlines they create. Congrats Donald." On July 31 U.S. Roman Catholic Cardinal Timothy Dolan pub. an op-ed in the New York Daily News, blasting Donald Trump as a "nativist", with the soundbyte that he's reviving "an organized, white, Protestant antagonism towards the Catholic immigrant", asking himself rhetorically, "Who could ever believe now that immigrants are dirty, drunken, irresponsible, dangerous threats to clean, white, Protestant, Anglo-Saxon America?... I wish I were in the college classroom again, so I could roll out my 'Trump card' to show the students that I was right. Nativism is alive, well - and apparently popular!"

Fox News GOP Candidate Debate, Aug. 6, 2015 Fox News GOP Candidate Debate, Aug. 6, 2015

On Aug. 6, 2015 (night) Fox News holds a 2-hour GOP Pres. Candidate Debate in Cleveland, Ohio (viewed by 24M households, a 16.0 rating, biggest cable TV audience ever) with the top 10 contenders, led by Donald Trump, of whom Ohio Gov. John Kasich says: "People are frustrated, they're fed up, they don't think the government's working for them. People who want to tune him out are making a mistake"; Trump refuses to rule out running as an independent, scaring Repubs.; moderator Megyn Kelly grills him with her toughest question: "You've called women you don't like fat pigs, dogs, slobs and disgusting animals. Does that sound to you like the temperament of a man we should elect as president?", to which he replies: "Only Rosie O'Donnell", drawing cheers, adding: "The big problem this country has is being politically correct. I've been challenged by so many people and I don't frankly have time for total political correctness and to be honest with you this country doesn't have time either", causing the adoring crowd to go wild; after fielding questions about his bankruptcies (he used the laws to his own maximum advantage like any smart businessman), the Mexican border and how the Mexican gov. is sending criminals over the border (because U.S. leaders are "stupid"), his past support of single-payer health care (which he claims works well in Canada and Scotland), abortion (he now is against it), and past campaign donations to Hillary Clinton (who paid him back by attending his wedding, along with other politicians he donated to, showing how they can be bought but he can't), he utters the soundbyte: "The questions to me were not nice. They were inappropriate. But you know what? The answers were good, obviously, because everyone thinks I won"; too bad, Trump on Aug. 7 he gives an interview to CNN, with the soundbyte about Megyn Kelly: "You could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever", pissing-off the PC police, who have dirty minds, causing er, RedState leader Erick Erickson (1975-) to disinvite him and invite her, calling it "a bridge too far", causing Trump on Aug. 8 to comment "I think only a degenerate would think that I would have meant that"; the incident causes his adviser Roger Stone to leave; her past appearance on Howard Stern where she discusses her hubby's penis size proves that she's the degenerate?; speaking of degenerate, Erickson told Tex. women to "go get some coat hangers", and called a Supreme Court justice a "goat-fucking child molester"; on Aug. 10 Hillary Clinton utters the soundbyte: "What Donald Trump said about Megyn Kelly is outrageous", saying his contributions didn't make her attend his wedding, but the fact that "it is always entertaining" - duh, he said you could SEE blood coming out of wherever, excluding her you know what, and didn't even hint at you know what, hence her critics have stamped the word DUMBASS on their foreheads by putting words in his mouth that only show their filthy minds, and trying to use it for their own personal advancement, disqualifying themselves from public office? On Aug. 16 Donald Trump releases a Position Paper on Immigration, proposing a 3-pronged plan to combat illegal immigration and reform the system, incl. making Mexico pay for a border wall, ending birthright citizenship, implementing a nationwide e-verify system, defunding sanctuary cities, criminalizing visa overstays, and making use of tariffs and foreign aid cuts, with the soundbyte: "In short, the Mexican government has taken the United States to the cleaners. They are responsible for this problem, and they must help pay to clean it up"; on Aug. 16 Ann Coulter calls it "the greatest political document since the Magna Carta", adding that she doesn't care if Trump "wants to perform abortions in the White House after this immigration policy paper." On Aug. 18 Glenn Beck issues a Facebook post dissing Donald Trump for only going to church on Christmas and Easter, adding that "the First Lady would be the first to have posed nude in lesbian porno shots." On Aug. 19 (eve.) Donald Trump hosts a town hall meeting in N.H., where he promises to build his Trump Wall "first thing" and make Mexico pay for it, with the soundbyte: "I'm talking about a wall. See that ceiling up there? A little higher. You do a beautiful, nice, pre-cast plank with beautiful everything, just perfect... I want it to be so beautiful, because maybe some day they're going to call it the Trump Wall, maybe. So I have to make sure it's beautiful, right? I' ll be very proud of that wall. If they call it the Trump Wall, it has to be beautiful"; "Here's what is happening. A woman is going to have a baby. They wait on the border. Just before the baby, they come over to the border. They have the baby in the United States. We now take care of that baby. Social Security, Medicare, education. Give me a break. It doesn't work that way. The parents have to come in legally"; he then exhorts Pres. Obama and secy. of state John Kerry to read his book "The Art of the Deal", urging them "Quickly, quickly, quickly." On Aug. 21 (eve.) Donald Trump speaks before 40K att he Ladd Peebles Stadium in "Redneck Riviera" (Chris Matthews) Mobile, Ala., wowing the crowd sans TelePrompter and notes. On Aug. 24 radio shock jock Howard Stern predicts that Donald Trump will win the Repub. pres. nomination, because voters "like the idea of a successful businessman running the country who might actually be able to get shit done"; "I'll tell you why I think he's going to be the nominee. He's proven that no matter what he says, people dig him"; "But the problem with it is, and Donald Trump will find this, being the president isn't like being the president of a corporation. You still got to go through Congress for everything you want to do. And that's the tough part. You've got to be one who can consolidate on both sides of the aisle, some sort of coalition. And it's very difficult." On Aug. 25 Donald Trump holds a rally in Dubuque, Iowa, saying that TelePrompters should be banned for Obama, er, U.S. pres. candidates; in the press conference he orders Univision-Fusion anchor Jorge Ramos expelled after he tries to speak out of order; he is later readmitted and allowed to ask questions. On Aug. 27 a Quinnipiac Poll finds that U.S. voters classify Trump with the top words "arrogant, blowhard, idiot, businessman, clown, honest, ego, money", Hillary Clinton with the words "liar, dishonest, untrustworthy, experience, strong, Bill, woman, smart, crook", and Jeb Bush with "family, honest, weak, brother, dynasty, experience". On Aug. 29 Trump gives an I Love the Tea Party Speech in Nashville, Tenn.

On Sept. 2, 2015 Donald Trump disses Jeb Bush (who has a Mexican wife) for speaking Spanish in an address, with the soundbyte: "He should really set the example by speaking English while in the United States", pissing-off La Raza spokesperson Lisa Navarrette, who utters the soundbyte: "Every time Donald Trump opens his mouth he widens the gulf between the Republican Party and Latino voters. Today is no exception." - why did she say this in English? On Sept. 3 Donald Trump patches things up with Repub. Nat. Committee chmn. Reince Priebus by signing a loyalty pledge to the GOP, ruling-out a third party run; too bad, he later grants an interview with conservative radio host Hugh Hewitt, exposing his ignorance of basic foreign policy facts incl. the difference between Hamas and Hezbollah, Quds and Kurds, Hassan Nasrallah (Hezbollah), Ayman al-Zawahiri (al-Qaida), Abu Mohammed al-Juliani (al-Nusra Front), and Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi (ISIS), answering the direct question "Do you know the players without a scorecard yet, Donald Trump?" with the smug reply: "No, you know, I'll tell you honestly, I think by the time we get to office, they'll all be changed... You know, those are like history questions. Do you know this one, do you know that one" - the difference between a man who spent his life making money, and one who spent his life gaining knowledge, like TLW? On Sept. 4 a ABC/Washington Post Poll reveals that less than 50% of Americans have a favorable opinion of Hillary Clinton, and 41% have a favorable rating, lowest in two decades; meanwhile a Survey USA Poll reveals that Donald Trump would defeat Hillary Clinton in a head-to-head matchup by 45% to 40%, which incl. 35% of the black vote. On Sept. 9 Donald Trump gives an interview to Rolling Stone mag., in which he utters the soundbyte about opponent Carly Fiorina: "Look at that face! Would anyone vote for that? Can you imagine that, the face of our next president? I Mean, she's a woman, and I'm not supposed to say bad things, but realy folks, come on, are we serious?", causing the PC police to come out and go at him again, to which he responds that he was only talking about her "persona" - he meant imagine that face over his gold-plated zipper giving him a beejay? On Sept. 10 La. Repub. Gov. Bobby Jindal gives a speech at the Nat. Press Club in Washington, D.C., uttering the soundbyte about Donald Trump: "He is shallow. There is no substance. He doesn't know anything about policy. He has no idea what he is talking about. He makes it up on on the fly", adding: "Donald Trump's never read the Bible... [because] he's not in the Bible", causing Trump to reply: "I only respond to people that register more than 1% in the polls. I never thought he had a chance and I've been proven right." On Sept. 16 the 2nd GOP Candidate Debate between 11 candidates at the Ronald Reagan Library in Simi Valley, Calif. gives them all a chance to look good, esp. Carly Fiorina, who tasks Donald Trump for his remarks about her face, with her soundbyte "I think women all over this country heard very clearly what Mr. Trump said", causing him to blushingly reply: "I think she's got a beautiful face, and I think she's a beautiful woman." On Sept. 17 Donald Trump gives a speech at a town hall meeting in Rochester, N.H., after which the first question is what he will do about Muslims amd their jihadist training camps in the U.S., calling Pres. Obama a Muslim, to which Trump responds "We need this question", and "A lot of people are saying that bad things are happening. We're going to be looking that and many other things", pissing-off the PC media, which disses him for "Islamophobia", with Bernie Sanders tweeting that he must apologize, and Hillary Clinton tweeting: "Donald Trump not denouncing false statements about POTUS & hateful rhetoric about Muslims is disturbing, & just plain wrong. Cut it out"; on Sept. 19 Trump responds that it's not his obligation to defend Imam, er, Pres. Obama. On Sept. 20 (Sun.) Repub. pres. candidate Ben Carson gives an interview to Chuck Todd on Meet the Press, uttering the soundbyte that no Muslim should be U.S. pres. because Islam is an ideology that's incompatible with the U.S. Constitution, bringing out the PC press prodded by insidious Muslim Brotherhood front CAIR, then granting an interview to The Hill, with the soundbyte that whoever takes the White House should be "sworn in on a stack of Bibles, not a Quran", making him more popular with non-Muslims?; meanwhile on Sept. 19 Donald Trump says "I love the Muslims. I think they're great people.", clarifying "We do have a problem with radical Muslims, there's no question about that." On Sept. 24 after things aren't going well for him, Fla. Repub. Sen. Marco Rubio utters the soundbyte about opponent Donald Trump that he is "insecure", lashes out at opponents when things aren't going well for him, and "can't have more than a 10-second soundbyte on any key issue."

On Sept. 25, 2015 Chinese pres. Xi Jinping visits the White House for the first time just as Pope Francis leaves town for New York City; he and Pres. Obama announce a global climate change agreement approved by the pope, and a pact to stop state-sponsored cyberattacks; on Sept. 26 Xi Jinping meets in Seattle, Wash. with tech corp. CEOs incl. Tim Cook of Apple, Jeff Bezos of Amazon.com, and Satya Nadella of Microsoft to discuss Chinese cyber espionage and rook them into pressuring Washington, D.C. into not imposing sanctions; on Sept. 28 Jingping hosts a meeting on women's rights at the U.N., causing Hillary Clinton to call him "shameless" when he is persecuting women's activists at home, causing China to respond that she's a "demagogue" like "big mouth" Donald Trump; on Sept. 25-27 the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development is approved by the U.N. Gen. Assembly to bring the internat. community "to the cusp of decisions that can help realize the... dream of a world of peace and dignity for all" (U.N. secy.-gen. Ban Ki-moon), containing 17 sustainable development goals incl. an end to world poverty and hunger, gender and wealth equality, action against climate change et al.; it's really an insidious Satanic plan for a New World Order (NWO)?

On Oct. 3, 2015 (Sat.) as she sags in the polls, Hillary Clinton appears in a comedy skit on Saturday Night Live in an attempt to prove she's not a robot; meanwhile a fake Donald and Melania Trump appear in another comedy skit. On Oct. 18 Donald Trump gives an interview to Fox News Sunday, explaining why he dissed Pres. George W. Bush for 9/11, saying that if he had been president back then his tough immigration policies wouldn't have allowed raghead foreign Muslims to run around loose planning jihadist attacks in the first place, causing brother Jeb Bush to attack him and lamely defend his brudder as if it's personal not politics; too bad, Jeb had earlier admitted that "leaky" immigration led to 9/11; after the interview Chris Wallace utters the soundbyte: “All of us dismissed Trump early on. A summer fling, momentary amusement. As I watch that interview and I heard what he had to say about the country and about trade and about losing and just the sheer force of his personality, I am beginning to believe he could be elected president of the United States." On Oct. 20 "All in the Family" producer Norman Lear gives an interview to Jeanne Wolf's Hollywood Blog, saying that Donald Trump's popularity represents Americans giving the establishment political class a "middle finger".

On Nov. 22, 2015 (Sun.) (Who Killed Kennedy Day) Donald Trump gives an interview to George Stephanopoulos of ABC News, refusing to rule out a Muslim database, with the soundbyte: “When the Syrian refugees are going to star pouring into this country, we don't' know if they're ISIS, we don't know if they're a Trojan Horse. “I want to see a database and other checks and balances. We want to go with watch lists, we want to go with databases, and we have no choice", doubling down on his call for monitoring mosques, saying that critics Jeb Bush and Hillary Clinton are "weak persons"; too bad, Trump sticks his foot in his mouth with the claim that "thousands and thousands" of Muslim cheered the 9/11 attacks in Jersey City, N.J., causing the Washington Post to call him on it; later some N.J. residents back Trump up with personal anecdotes; he confused Palestinians celebrating on the streets in West Bank, Israel with New Joisey Arabs? On Nov. 23 (night) Donald Trump speaks at a rally at the Greater Columbus Convention Center in Columbus, Ohio, with the soundbyte that he supports waterboarding of terrorists "even if it doesn't work, they deserve it anyway for what they're doing to us."

On Dec. 6, 2015 (eve.) Pres. Obama delivers an Address on Terrorism from the Oval Office, his 3rd from the Oval Office, finally calling the San Bernardino Massacre terrorism, with the clueless soundbyte: "The one thing we do know is that we have a pattern now of mass shootings in this country that has no parallel anywhere else in the world", claiming that the Islamic jihadists adopted a form of violence that is "all too common" in the U.S., while hedging as usual by cluelessly calling it a "perversion of Islam", with the soundbyte: "The threat from terrorism is real, but we will overcome it", ending with his usual moose hockey that Muslim-Ams. are just as good as non-Muslim Ams., and that it will play into ISIS' hands to blame Islam itself for jihad, not forgetting to make a play for more gun control laws; "Here's what else we cannot do. We cannot turn against one another by letting this fight be defined as a war between America and Islam. That, too, is what groups like ISIL want. ISIL does not speak for Islam. They are thugs and killers, part of a cult of death, and they account for a tiny fraction of more than a billion Muslims around the world, including millions of patriotic Muslim Americans who reject their hateful ideology"; "But just as it is the responsibility of Muslims around the world to root out misguided ideas that lead to radicalization, it is the responsibility of all Americans of every faith to reject discrimination. It is our responsibility to reject religious tests on who we admit into this country. It's our responsibility to reject proposals that Muslim Americans should somehow be treated differently. Because when we travel down that road, we lose. That kind of divisiveness, that betrayal of our values plays into the hands of groups like ISIL. Muslim Americans are our friends and our neighbors, our co-workers, our sports heroes - and, yes, they are our men and women in uniform who are willing to die in defense of our country. We have to remember that"; "If we are to succeed in defeating terrorism, we must enlist Muslim communities as our strongest allies in rooting out misguided ideas that lead to radicalization."

On Dec. 7, 2015 (Pearl Harbor Day) Repub. pres. candidate Donald Trump calls for a "total and complete shutdown of Muslims entering the United States until our country's representatives can figure out what the hell is going on", with the soundbyte: "Our country cannot be the victims of horrendous attacks by people that believe only in Jihad, and have no sense of reason or respect for human life", pissing-off the PC police (who can't stand to hear the truth?), causing White House press secy. Josh Ernest on Dec. 8 to ridicule Trump for his "fake hair" and compare him to a "carnival barker", saying "What Donald Trump said yesterday disqualifies him from serving as president.", adding "The Trump campaign for months now has had a dustbin-of-history quality to it", claiming that his proposal would violate his oath of office to defend the U.S. Constitution; the Muslim World begins pulling every string they have to start a war to defeat Trump and open the gates wide to mass Muslim immigration, with Pres. Obama and Hillary Clinton leading the charge along with their Deep State backed by evil globalist puppetmaster George Soros, a war that takes no prisoners and seizes on any subterfuge to lie to the American people and trample the Constitution to get what they want, and doesn't end until ?: meanwhile on Dec. 7 U.S. Homeland Security secy. Jeh Johnson gets busy kissing Muslim butt at the All Dulles Area Muslim Society Center in Sterling, Va., asking Muslims to betray Allah and report fellow Muslims suspected of going jihadist, while a massive petition drive in Britain to ban him from entering gains 360K signatures in 24 hours before being killed by the govt.; meanwhile another petition drive to close the borders of the U.K. until ISIS is defeated gains 450+ signatures since Nov. 28; too bad, it's a basic absolute power of the U.S. Congress to bar entry of persons they deem a threat to nat. security, with the Bill of Rights being irrelevant for foreign nationals outside U.S. borders, so the blizzard of so-called scholars in the PC media sanctimoniously pronouncing Trump's plan as unconstitutional are full of moose hockey?; CIA dir. John O. Brennan is a key player in the anti-Trump war that tries to make it about him rather than about Muslims, but is about Muslims all along, revealing the irony in the anti-Trump shaming slogan "It's not who we are".

On Dec. 10, 2015 Donald Trump announces his intention of signing an executive order mandating the death penalty for cop killers. On Dec. 15 (eve.) after Repubs. begin accepting Trump's proposed ban on Muslim entry to the U.S., the Fifth 2015 Repub. Debate on CNN is a V for frontrunner Donald Trump after his opponents barely lay a glove on him; Trump surprises by claiming that he's made-up with the Repub. Party and isn't planning a third party run, and will avoid a brokered convention by a clear majority of delegates from the primaries. On Dec. 17 Russian pres. Vladimir Putin praises Donald Trump, calling him "a bright and talented person without any doubt", and an "outstanding and talented personality", calling him "the absolute leader of the presidential race"; Trump replies: "It is always a great honor to be so nicely complimented by a man so highly respected within his own country and beyond. I have always felt that Russia and the United States should be able to work well with each other towards defeating terrorism and restoring world peace, not to mention trade and all of the other benefits derived from mutual respect." On Dec. 19 (night) the 3rd 2015 Dem. Pres. Debate at St. Anselm College in N.H., hosted by ABC News is a big bore, with Bernie Sanders uttering the soundbyte: "I'm running because we need to address the planetary crisis of climate change", and Hillary Clinton claiming that Donald Trump's insulting of Muslims helps ISIS recruit radical jihadists, which he later calls for her to apologize for, and she refuses. On Dec. 21 leaders of Am. Muslim orgs. incl. CAIR, the Am. Muslim Alliance et al. threaten Donald Trump et al. at the Nat. Press Club, with the impotent soundbyte: "Let it be heard, and clear, to all political candidates, be it Donald Trump or whoever else, that indeed, if you engage in Islamophobia, if you engage in demagoguery and bigotry, you will pay a political price because we're going to register our people and we're going to use our ballot and we/re going to 'take our souls to the polls' and make sure you are out of there." On Dec. 21 Donald Trump makes a campaign stop in Mich., where he pisses-off the PC police by using the word "schlonged" with reference to Hillary Clinton's defeat by Pres. Obama.

Rose Hamid (1959-) Edward Archer (1985-) shooting Philly officer Jesse Hartnett (1982-), Jan. 8, 2016

On Jan. 2, 2016 Saudi Arabia executes 47 alleged terrorists, incl. Shiite cleric Sheikh Nimr al-Nimr, drawing condemnation from the U.S. and EU, pissing-off Iran and causing protesters to set ransack and set fire to the Saudi embassy in Tehran, after which on Jan. 3 Shoddy, er, Saudi Arabia cuts diplomatic ties with Iran, followed on Jan. 4 by Bahrain, UAE, and Sudan; Donald Trump utters the soundbyte: "One thing I see out there just happened today in Tehran. They're burning down the Saudi embassy, you see that? Now what that is, is Iran wants to take over Saudi Arabia. They already have. They want the oil, okay? They've always wanted that"; Trump also accuses Pres. Obama and Hillary Clinton of creating ISIS. On Jan. 8 Am. Muslim flight attendant Rose Hamid (1959-) (wearing a t-shirt saying "Salam, I come in peace") is ejected from a Donald Trump rally in Rock Hill, S.C. after standing up to protest Trump's views that Syrian refugees might be ISIS recruits, with the soundbyte: "There is hatred against us that is unbelievable. It's their hatred, it's not our hatred", to which she responds: "I figured that most Trump supporters probably never met a Muslim so I figured that I'd give them the opportunity to meet one... The ugliness really came out fast and that's really scary". Meanwhile the same day Philly police officer Jesse Hartnett (1982-) is shot 11x in his car on the street with a stolen police revolver by Am. Muslim Edward Archer (1985-), who tells police that "he pledges his allegiance to Islamic State, follows Allah, and that is the reason he was called upon to do that", namely, "He believed that the police defend laws that are contrary to the teachings of the Quran", which doesn't stop Philly mayor Jim Kenney from uttering the clueless soundbyte about the shooting: "It's terrible and it does not represent the religion [of Islam] in any way shape or form or any of its teachings". On Jan. 14 CNN reveals that Ted Cuz failed to disclose hundreds of thousands of dollars in Wall St. bank loans during his 2012 Senate campaign, incl. $1.43M from Goldman Sachs and $500K from Citibank, causing Donald Trump to claim that this proves that they own him; too bad, his own disclosure form shows him indebted to several Wall St. banks for way bigger bucks. On Jan. 14 (eve.) the 6th Repub. Pres. Debate in Charleston, N.C., aired by Fox Business Channel is a V for Donald Trump, who edges Ted Cruz by invoking 9/11 to defend Cruz's slamming of Trump's "New York values"; Cruz tries a little too hard to defend his elibility to run for U.S. pres. despite being born in Canada by reminding Trump that his mother was born in Scotland, even though Trump was born in er, New York. On Jan. 18 the British Parliament debates a petition signed by 500K to ban Donald Trump from entering the country, but doesn't go through with it for fear of turning him into a martyr (losing Trump's planned $1B investment there?); meanwhile Moral Majority leader Jerry Falwell Jr. endorses Trump at a campaign speech at Liberty U. in Lynchburg, Va., where he vows to "protect Christianity", giving him a boost with evangelicals. On Jan. 19 Sarah Palin endorses Donald Trump for pres. in a speech at Iowa State U. in Ames, with the soundbyte: "Are you ready to make America great again?"; "No more pussyfooting around. Our troops deserve the best, you deserve the best"; "You ready for a commander in chief who will let our warriors do their job and kick ISIS' ass?" On Jan. 21 (night) conservative journal Nat. Review pub. a Special Issue on Donald Trump, with essays by 22 conservative thinkers incl. Glenn Beck, Brent Bozell, Thomas Sowell, Cal Thomas, Edwin Meese, Michael Mukasey, Andrew c. McCarthy et al., who call him "a menace to American conservatism who would take the work of generations and trample it underfoot in behalf of a populism as heedless and crude as The Donald himself"; Trump responds that the Nat. Review is a "dying paper". On Jan. 23 Donald Trump is endorsed by the Nat. Black Repub. Assoc., and utters the soundbyte that he's so impervious to his rivals that he could stand on New York City's Fifth Ave. "and shoot somebody" and still not lose voters. On Jan. 26 (eve.) after they refuse to dump host Megyn Kelly and hire anti-Trump Muslim spokesman Nabela Noor, Donald Trump announces that he won't participate in the Fox News debate set for Jan. 27, with the soundbytes: "What's wrong over there, something's wrong", and "They can't toy with me like they toy with everybody else. Now let's see how many people watch", causing Fox News to respond that Trump'a campaign mgr. Corey Lewandoski made "threats" and "terrorizations", but then turns around and says that Trump is still welcome; meanwhile Ted Cruz offers to debate him one-on-one; meanwhile on Jan. 26 Megyn Kelly hosts leftist filmmaker Michael Moore, who utters the soundbyte; "You asked a great question, by the way. The war on women. God bless you, Megyn Kelly"; Kelly utters the soundbyte: that she "made him run, shut him down." On Jan. 28 (eve.) the 8th 2016 Repub. Pres. Debate on Fox News, snubbed by Donald Trump gets 12.5M viewers; meanwhile Trump holds a rally for veterans across town 2 mi. away, claiming to raise $6M; opponsnets Rick Santorum and Mike Huckabee attend. In Jan. Hollyweird celebs Jane Fonda, Rosie O'Donnell et al. found Dump Trump, dissing Trump for "inciting hatred against Muslims, immigrants, women, the disabled", "unleasing a lynch mob mentality", and "bullying and fear-mongerng", with the soundbyte: "We pledge ourselves to speak out in every way possible against the politics of hate and exclusion he represents" - the Muslims already beat Trump to it?

On Feb. 1, 2016 (Mon.) after Donald Trump disses Canadian-born Ted Cruz as an "anchor baby" who's ineligible to be pres., then steps on his own trunk by saying that as president he'll work with Dems., the 2016 Iowa Primary is a push for Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders, with Hillary edging him out by a fraction of 1 point; Ted Cruz (28%) wins the Repub. race (first Latino to win a primary), with Donald Trump (24%) coming in er, #2, and Marco Rubio (23%) 3rd; Hillary claims a V before the vote is counted, relieving a meltdown as the primary approached?; Chris Christie comes in 10th, and says that Rubio is "the boy in the bubble"; Martin O'Malley, Mike Huckabee, and Rand Paul soon drop out of the pres. race; on Feb. Trump accuses Cruz of voter fraud by misleading voters that Ben Carson is dropping out, calling for a new election. On Feb. 3 former Dem. pres. Jimmy Carter visits the British Parliament, uttering the soundbyte that he's rather have Donald Trump win the White House than Ted Cruz, because "Trump has proven already that he's completely malleable. I don't think he has any fixed opinions that he would really go to the White House and fight for", giving Cruz some campaign fodder to use against Trump, while giving the Repub. Party cannon fodder against Cruz to portray him as an inflexible doctrinaire Dr. Strangelove. On Feb. 7 (Sun.) Donald Trump gives an interview to George Stephanopoulos on ABC-TV's "This Week", repeating his call for the waterboarding of terrorists, with the soundbyte: "I would approve waterboarding, and if you go beyond it, I'm okay with that." On Feb. 8 a supporter at a Donald Trump rally calls Ted Cruz a "pussy", giving Trump a green light to repeat the word over and over in mock disapproval, pissing-off low energy opponent Jeb Bush, who utters the soundbyte: "I think how you lead your life as a president is as important as the five-point plan you have to deal with whatever subject it is, and restoring decency back to the public life." On Feb. 9 the 2016 N.H. Pres. Primary sees a record Repub. voter turnout with 263K, vs. 231K Dems, with 15% first-timers, most voting for Trump or Sanders; Donald Trump wins the Repub. vote with 35%, vs. 16% for John Kasich, 12% for Ted Cruz, 11% for Jeb Bush, 11% for Marco Rubio, and 7% for Chris Christie; Bernie Sanders wins the Dem. vote with 60%, vs. 38% for Hillary Clinton. On Feb. 9 Donald Trump gives an interview to MSNBC, uttering the soundbyte that the U.S.-Mexico Border Wall will cost "probably $8 billion, which is a tiny fraction of the money that we lose with Mexico"; adding: "So it's $8 billion, and what we're doing is we have 2,000 miles, right? 2,000 miles. It's long, but it's not 13,000 miles like they have in China. And of the 2,000, we don't need 2,000, we need a thousand because of natural barriers, etcetera, etcetera, and I'm taking a price per square foot and a price per square mile, and it's a very simple calculation", adding it will have "big, beautiful doors to allow people to come into the country"; after Trump keeps emphasizing that Mexico will pay for it, former Mexican pres. Vicente Fox tells CNBC that the Mexican people won't pay a single cent for Trump's "fucking wall"", calling him "ignorant... crazy... egocentric... nasty... false prophet", causing Trump to utter the soundbyte: "I heard he said that we will not pay. Guess what? The wall just got higher"; on May 5 after Trump clears the road to the Repub. nomation, Vicente Fox apologizes, inviting Trump to come to Mexico to see the border from their side. On Feb. 13 (eve.) the 9th Repub. Pres. Debate in Greenville, S.C., aired by CBS News and hosted by John Dickerson sees Donald Trump task Jeb Bush for his brother's mistakes with al-Qaida, with Jeb uttering the soundbyte: "My brother helped keep America safe", and Trump countering with the soundbyte: "The World Trade Center came down during your brother's reign." On Feb. 16 Pres. Obama disses the entire GOP pres. candidate field, singling out Donald Trump and public hoping that he won't become pres., with the soundbyte: "He may up the ante in anti-Muslim sentiment, buf if you look at what the other Republicans have said, that's pretty troubling too", going after Marco Rubio for abandoning his immigration bill, and blasting them all for denying climate change; Trump responds "He's done such a lousy job as president." On Feb. 17 Pope Francis visits the U.S.-Mexico border town of Juarez, Mexico, dissing U.S. immigration policy, capitalism, etc., walking up a ramp covered with flowers towards a cross "erected... in memory of migrants who have perished trying to reach the United States just a stone's throw away", uttering the soundbyte: "The flow of capital cannot decide the flow of people"; on Feb. 18 Pope Francis disses Donald Trump, uttering the soundbyte "A person who thinks only about building walls, whatever they may be, and not of building bridges is not Christian", causing Trump to respond that it's "disgraceful" to question a person's religion (except when he does it?), and that when ISIS comes for him he will wish that he was U.S. pres.; meanwhile since 846 the Vatican has been surrounded by high walls to keep out Muslims. On Feb. 19 Donald Trump calls for a boycott of Apple Inc. until it unlocks the cellphone of one of the San Bernardino jihadists, Syed Rizwan; Apple stands its ground on privacy principles; Libertarian Party pres. candidate John McAfee pub. an op-ed. supporting Apple, and offers to decrypt the phone for free so they don't have to put a back door into their products. On Feb. 20 the 2016 Nev. Dem. Caucus is a V for Hillary Clinton over Bernie Sanders by 52%-47%; the 2016 S.C. Repub. Primary is a V for Donald Trump over Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz. On Feb. 23 the 2016 Nevada Repub. Caucus is a big V for Donald Trump with 45.9%, vs. 23.9% for Marco Rubio, and 21.4% for Ted Cruz; Ben Carson gets only 4.8% despite his soundbyte that Pres. Obama was raised by whites like a white, and he'd be the real first African-Am. U.S. pres. On Feb. 26 Repub. N.J. gov. Chris Christie endorses Donald Trump for U.S. pres., dissing Marco Rubio as a junior senator that Hillary could "run around the block", and praising Trump as the best person to defeat her. On Feb. 28 U.S. Sen. Jeff Sessions endorses Donald Trump, with the soundbyte: "We need to make America great again", becoming a big blow to Ted Cruz; meanwhile Trump comes under fire for declining to disavow ex-KKK leader David Duke, who called him "by far the best candidate".

On Mar. 1, 2016 2016 Super Tuesday is a big V for Hillary Clinton, who wins Ala., Ark., Ga., Mass., Tenn., Tex, and Va., and Donald Trump, who wins Ala., Ark., Ga., Mass., Tenn., and Vt.; Ted Cruz wins Tex., Okla., and Alaska (despite Sarah Palin endorsing Trump), keeping his campaign alive; Bernie Sanders wins Colo., Minn., Okla., and Vt.; Marco Rubio wins only Minn.; John Kasich stays alive with 2nd place finishes in several states; Cruz calls on the other candidates to drop out and join him to take on Trump; Ben Carson drops out of the next debate, and out of the race by Mar. 5; Trump-hating Hillary-loving CIA dir. John O. Brennan freaks and launches an anti-Trump spying operation, going on to involve other intel agencies incl. the FBI. On Mar. 3 Repub. pres. loser Mitt Romney attacks Donald Trump in a speech in Mormonland Utah, calling him "a phony, a fraud", warning that a Trump presidency could lead the U.S. into a dark abyss, urging Repubs. to rally around another candidate; meanwhile Trump beats him to the punch with an anti-Romney ad, followed by speech at a rally in Maine, where he calls Romney "a choke artist" and a "disaster" who "was begging" for his endorsement in 2012, and is too chicken to run against him now; in 2012 Romney uttered the soundbyte: "Donald Trump has shown an extraordinary ability to understand how our economy works, to create jobs for the American people. He's done it here in Nevada. He's done it across the country"; in the evening the 11th 2016 Repub. Pres. Debate sees Trump's opponents come out er, swinging, with Marco Rubio previously uttering the soundbyte: "You know what they say about men with small hands - you can't trust 'em", to which Trump replies: "He referred to my hands. If they are small, something else must be small. I guarantee you, there's no problem"; at the end they grudgingly admit that they'd support him if nominated because he's at least better than Hillary; meanwhile Repub. nat. security leaders release an open letter blasting Trump, claiming that "as president, he would use the authority of his office to act in ways that make America less safe, and which would diminish our standing in the world." On Mar. 6 (Sun.) Donald Trump grants an interview to CBS-TV's "Face the Nation", responding to a question on his postiion on torture of Islamic savages with the soundbyte: "We have to beat the savages. You have to play the game the way they're playing the game", adding that ISIS savages are chopping off heads and drowning prisoners in cages; "We have an enemy that doesn't play by the laws. You could say laws, and they're laughing, they're laughing at us right now." On Mar. 7 after polls show Roman Catholic support, a group of Roman Catholic leaders pub. an article in Nat. Review urging "our fellow Catholics and all our fellow citizens to reject" Donald Trump's candidacy. On Mar. 8 Donald Trump gives a speech in Jupiter, Fla., then takes questions, after which reporter Michelle Fields ignores orders from Secret Service agents not to get too close to Trump, and his bodyguard Corey Lewandowski pulls her away, after which the police dept. charges him with battery because she has a bruise on her arm - meanwhile if a pig guns an innocent man down in broad daylight, he's not charged with a speck of dust? On Mar. 9 Donald Trump gives an interview to Anderson Cooper of CNN, uttering the non-PC soundbyte: "Islam hates us... there's a tremendous amount of hatred there", replying to Cooper's question if he thinks the hatred comes from Islam itself with the soundbyte: "You're gonna have to figure that out, okay? We have to be very vigilant. We have to be very careful, and we can't allow people coming into this county who have this hatred of the United States"; he adds that Pres. Bush's invasion of Iraq was the "worst decision in the history of the United States"; on Apr. 8 Trump hires veteran political lobbyist Paul J. Manafort (1949-) as his convention mgr. On Mar. 10 after 78-y.-o. Trump supporter John McGraw (1936-) is arrested for sucker-punching black protester Rakeem Jones earlier in the day, and Trump's mgr. Corey Lewandowski manhandles young female Breitbart News reporter Michelle Fields (who later resigns after her site backs Trump), the 12th Repub. pres. debate in Miami, Fla., hosted by the Washington Times sees Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz get nice with Trump, who uses the photo opp to woo the remaining Repub. voters. On Mar. 10 after 78-y.-o. Trump supporter John McGraw (1936-) is arrested for sucker-punching black protester Rakeem Jones earlier in the day, and Trump's mgr. Corey Lewandowski manhandles young female Breitbart News reporter Michelle Fields (who later resigns after her site backs Trump), the 12th Repub. pres. debate in Miami, Fla., hosted by the Washington Times and CNN sees Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz get nice with Trump, who uses the photo opp to woo the remaining Repub. voters; earlier in the day Trump's traitorous lawyer Michael Cohen makes a phone call to Trump-hating CNN pres. Jeff Zucker, who utters the soundbyte: "You cannot be elected President of the United States without CNN - FOX and MSNBC are irrelevant, irrelevant ", going on to tell him that he wants Trump to host a weekly show on CNN. On Mar. 11 violence by protesters pro and con causes a Donald Trump rally at the U. of Ill. in Chicago, Ill. to be cancelled; on Mar. 12 at a Trump rally in Dayton, Ohio protester Tommy DiMassimo rushes the stage; he previously staged protests where he stood on the U.S. flag; the mobs are the work of insidious billionaire George Soros?; meanwhile Charles Evers, brothers of civil rights legend Medgar Evans endorses Trump, with the soundbytes that he's "the best candidate", those obsessed with the KKK past have to "stop living in the past", and "I believe in him first of all because he's a businessman. I think jobs are badly needed in Mississippi"; on Mar. 13 Trump blames Bernie Sanders' supporters for inciting protests at his rallies, vowing to send his own supporters to his events, defending his rallies by saying there have been "zero" injuries so far. On Mar. 15 the Second Super Tuesday sees Donald Trump trounce Marco Rubio in his home state of Fla., causing him to drop out of the race; Trump also wins Ill. and N.C., and ties with Cruz in Mo.; too bad, favorite son John Kasich wins Ohio; Hillary Clinton wins Fla., Ohio, and N.C.; after his big win, on Mar. 16 Trump announces that he won't engage in any more debates; about this time the Clinton campaign hooks up with Fusion GPS via its law firm Perkins Cole to do opposition research on Trump, and in Apr. it hires Fusion GPS, with Perkins Coie partner Marc Elias as bagman; in June Fusion GPS hires former British intel officer Christopher Steele to investigate Trump's Russian ties, writing his first memo on June 20, alleging that Trump used hos during a 2013 visit to Moscow, allowing the Kremlin to blackmail him and collude with him, which turns out to be moose hockey, along with the entire Russiagate fake scandal; it later turns out that Fusion GPS co-founder Glenn Simpson and his wife Mary Jacoby really wrote the Steele Dossier, based on articles they wrote for the Wall Street Journal. On Mar. 19 protesters against Donald Trump block streets outside his rally site in Fountain Hills, Ariz.. On Mar. 20-22 the Am. Israeli Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) Policy Conference at the Verizon Center in Washington, D.C. sees Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton, Ted Cruz et al. (not Bernie Sanders) give speeches, with Hillary uttering the soundbyte that "Tehran's fingerprings are on nearly every conflict across the Middle East", and "Iran remains an extremist regime that threatens to annhilate Israel", while supporting Obama's nuclear deal with Iran, and Cruz uttering the soundbyte that if he becomes pres. he will rip up Obama's nuclear deal with Iran "one day one", and not tolerate any Iranian ballistic missile tests: "Hear my words, Ayatollah Khomeini. If I am president and Iran launches a missile test, we will shoot that missile down." On Mar. 21 Mass. Dem. Sen. Elizabeth Warren begins tweeting against Donald Trump, calling him a "loser" whose "insecurities are on parade", comparing him to "many of history's worst authoritarians", criticizing him for racism, narcissism, and denigrating comments about women, calling him a "serious threat"; meanwhile Judge Jeanine Pirro utters the soundbyte: "Why would Republicans try to sabotage their own frontrunner and risk a Democrat winning the White House? I keep coming up with the same answer. The Republican establishment, elected officials and party leaders are in bed with the Democrats! If Hillary wins, nothing is lost for them, it's business as usual." On Mar. 22 (8:00 a.m.) coordinated ISIS suicide terror attacks at the Zaventem Nat. Airport and the key Maalbeek metro subway station near the European Commission in Brussels, Belgium killing 34 incl. 14 at the airport and injuring 187 in three explosions, causing heightened security throughout Europe while authorities shut Brussels down; Donald Trump supporters brag about his Jan. 27 interview with Maria Bartiromo of Fox Network, where he uttered the soundbyte: "There is something going on, Maria. Go to Brussels. Go to Paris. Go to different places. There is something going on and it's not good, where they want Sharia law, where they want this, where they want things that, you know, there has to be some assimilation. There is no assimilation. There is something bad going on"; Ted Cruz calls for an immediate halt of "refugees from countries with a significant al-Qaida or ISIS presence", and utters the soundbyte: "We need to empower law enforcement to patrol and secure Muslim neighborhoods before they become radicalized"; Hillary Clinton utters the soundbyte: "The last thing we need my friends are leaders who incite more fear." On Mar. 22 Donald Trump wins the Repub. primary in Ariz., while thanks mainly to Mitt Romney plus an endorsement by Jeb Bush, Ted Cruz wins in Utah; Hillary Clinton wins the Dem. primary in Ariz., while Bernie Sanders wins Utah and Idaho. On Mar. 22 Donald Trump and Ted Cruz begin a wife war, dumping on each other's wives then blaming the other for it; too bad, Cruz steals a line from Michael Douglas in the 1995 film "The American President"; after more mutual hate rhetoric, on Mar. 29 Cruz and Trump revoke their vows to support the eventual nominee of the Repub. Party. On Mar. 27 Donald Trump gives an interview to Jon Karl of ABC-TV, who asks him "You call yourself a counterpuncher. Would you be doing late night Twitter wars with world leaders who insulted you?", to which Trump replies: "Frankly, it's a great way of communicating... but I'm not going to be doing it it very much as president." On Mar. 29 U.S. Homeland security secy. Jeh Johnson gives an interview to MSNBC's "Morning Joe", claiming that Repub. campaign rhetoric about Obama's sacred cow Muslims has been "counterproductive"; meanwhile ex-CIA dir. Michael Hayden utters the soundbyte that Donald Trump's rhetoric has "already made Americans less safe" - which as good as admits that all Muslims are ticking time bombs liable to go jihadist when not bowed to enough? On Mar. 30 Donald Trump puts his foot in his mouth during an interview with Chris Matthews of MSNBC, who says "There has to be some form of punishment" for women who have abortions; after an outcry, he rephrases that the doctor should be punished, not the woman, then on Apr. 1 utters the soundbyte: "The laws are set now on abortion and that's the way they're going to remain until they're changed." In the spring Trump-hating Hillary Clinton lover John O. Brennan begins pushing the FBI to open an investigation of Trump campaign collusion with Russia, shaking down foreign intel officials for dirt on Trump and coming up with nothing, with FBI agent Peter Strzok telling his lover Lisa Page "There's no there there", which doesn't stop him from accepting fake intel from British spy Christopher Steele (a 35-page dossier of salacious allegations about Trump and Russia) and using a Yahoo News article by Michael Isikoff based on Steele's story to approach U.S. Sen. Harry Reid, causing the latter to write an open letter to FBI dir. James Comey on Aug. 27, 2016 calling for an FBI investigation into Trump's campaign, containing the soundbyte: "The evidence of a direct connection between the Russian government and Donald Trump's presidential campaign continues to mount and has led Michael Morrell, the former Acting Central Intelligence Director, to call Trump an'unwitting agent' of Russia and the Kremlin. The prospect of a hostile government actively seeking to undermine our free and fair elections represents one of the gravest threats to our democracy since the Cold War and it is critical for the Federal Bureau of Investigation to use every resource available to investigate this matter thoroughly and in a timely fashion"; Brennan personally intervenes then overrules two CIA officers who disagree with his assessment that there is a high level of confidence that Russian pres. Vladimir Putin interfered in the 2016 U.S. pres. election with the specific goal of helping elect Donald Trump, changing the assessment to keep the investigation going; Brennan is aided by Hillary supporter Andrea Kendall-Taylor, close colleague of Eric Ciaramella,the Dem. whistleblower whose complaint leads to Trump's impeachment in 2017.

On Apr. 18, 2016 Hillary Clinton gives an interview to The Breakfast Club hip-hop radio show in New York City, uttering the soundbyte that Donald Trump is the "donkey of the decade". On Apr. 19 the New York Pres. Primary sees Donald Trump score a big V, with 60.5% of the vote, vs. 25.1% for John Kasich and 14.5% for Ted Cruz; Hillary Clinton defeats Bernie Sanders by 58%-42%. On Apr. 26 the Apr. 2016 Super Tues. Primary is a big V for Donald Trump, who wins Conn., Del., Md., Penn. and R.I.; Hillary Clinton wins Conn., Del., Md., and Penn., and Bernie Sanders wins R.I.; on Apr. 27 instead of dropping out, "Lyin'" Ted Cruz announces Carly Fiorina as his running mate; Trump utters the soundbyte: "Frankly, if Hillary Clinton were a man, I don't think she'd get 5 percent of the vote. The only thing she's got going is the women's card. And the beautiful thing is, women don't like her." On Apr. 26 Trump campaign foreign policy adviser George Papadopoulos meets with Maltese prof. Joseph Mifsued, who introduces him to claimed Vladimir Putin relative Olga and offers to arrange a summit, later offering "dirt" on Hillary Clinton in the form of "thousands of emails"; in May Papadopoulos drunkenly admits to Australian diplomat Alexander Downer in the Kensington Wine Rooms in London, England that the Russians have damaging info. on Hillary Cinton, causing the FBI to open an investigation into the Trump campaign. On Apr. 27 Donald Trump delivers his Foreign Policy Speech at the Mayflower Hotel in Washington, D.C., spelling out an America First approach, staying fuzzy but explaining "We must as a nation be more unpredictable"; meanwhile former House Speaker John Boehner gives an interview to David M. Kennedy of Stanford U., calling Ted Cruz "Lucifer in the flesh", saying "I have never worked with a more miserable son of a bitch in my life", while claiming to be friends with Donald Trump, calling him a "texting buddy".

On May 3, 2016 (Tues.) after Trump begins crowing that he's his party's presumptive nominee, the 2016 Ind. Pres. Primary is a crushing V for Donald Trump by 53.2% to 36.7%, causing Ted Cruz to drop out of the race, and Trump to try and mend his fences with a glowing tribute; Bernie Sanders defeats Hillary Clinton 53.1% to 46.9%, allowing his campaign to keep flying on a wing and a prayer; on May 6 Bernie hints at being open to being Hillary's running mate. On May 6 1996 U.S. Repub. pres. nominee Bob Dole endorses Donald Trump for U.S. pres., calling him the party's best chance to win back the White House; meanwhile Pres. Obama disses Trump, with the soundbyte: "We are in serious times, and this is a really serious job. This is not entertainment. This is not a reality show. This is a contest for the presidency of the United States", claiming that his views will wither under "exacting standards and genuine scrutiny". On May 10 the W. Va. Pres. Primary is a V for Donald Trump (77% vs. 9% for Ted Cruz), and Bernie Sanders (51.4% vs. 35.8% for Hillary Clinton), keeping him in the race. On May 10 Donald Trump sends an email to Fla. gov. Rick Scott recommending Cuban-born Jose Izquierdo for a judgeship in Broward County, which is done on May 23: too bad, he has a record of supporting criminal immigrants, embarrassing Trump when it is exposed on Aug. 24. On May 16 Donald Trump gives an interview to Piers Morgan of ITV's "Good Morning Britain" about new London mayor Sadiq Khan, responding to the latter's comments that Trump is "stupid" with "Let's take an IQ test", then responding to PM David Cameron's remarks against him with: "I don't care. It looks like we're not going to have a very good relatinship.... Just keep in mind I do not forget." On May 17 the 2016 Ore. Repub. Primary is a V for Donald Trump with 63% vs 19% for John Kasic and 16% for Ted Cruz; meanwhile the PC blasts him for his old trick of pretending to be his own publicist, as if it matters whether he's personally on the other end of the phone blowing his own horn or paying somebody to do it for him; the 2016 Ore. Dem. Primary is a V for Bernie Sanders, with 53% vs. 47% for Hillary Clinton; the Ky. primary is a push, with 46.8% for Clinton and 46.3% for Sanders, a difference of 2K out of 400K votes. On May 19 Hillary Clinton slams future pres. Donald Trump as "divisive and dangerous", "unmoored", and not qualified to be U.S. pres. like she is :)

On June 2, 2016 Hillary Clinton gives a speech in San Diego, Calif. slamming rival Donald Trump, calling him "dangerously incoherent" and "unfit for office", accusing him of peddling "outright lies", with the soundbyte: "He is temperamentally unfit to hold an office that requires knowledge, stability and immense responsibility"; Trump fires back, with the soundbyte: "It was pathetic. It was so sad to watch. She was up there, supposed to be a foreign policy speech, it was a political speech, had nothing to do with foreign policy"; meanhile House Speaker Paul Ryan breaks and endorses Trump. On June 7 the 2016 Super Tues. Primary is a V for Donald Trump, who wins N.J., S.D., Mont., N.M., and Calif., breaking the Repub. primary vote record by 1.4M votes and reaching 1,536 delegates; Hillary Clinton splits the primaries with Bernie Sanders, winning Calif., N.J., N.M., and S.D., while Sanders wins N.D and Mont., giving her 2,184 pledged delegates vs. 1,804 for him, along with 571 superdelegates for Hillary and only 48 for Sanders. On June 12 (2:00 a.m.) Muslim shooter Omar Seddique Mateen (b. 1986) attacks the hot gay Pulse Orlando Nightclub in Orlando, Fla., killing 50 and injuring 53 of 300 before being killed by police, becoming the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history (until ?); ISIS claims credit, er, responsibility; Pres. Obama calls the mass shooting (#24 since he took office) "an act of terror and an act of hate", blaming the "assault rifle" (e.g., the NRA), and never mentioning radical Islam, causing Donald Trump to call him a "weak" leader who should be impeached, with the soundbyte: "If we do not get tough and smart real fast, we are not going to have a country anymore"- how long can Obama be pro-gay and pro-Muslim at the same time? On June 18 Donald Trump speaks at a rally at Mystere Theater on Treasure Island in Las Vegas, Nev.; British man Michael Steven Sandford attempts to grab a police officer's gun and shoot him, and on Sept. 13 is given two years in prison and deportation.

Dumb Donald Beer, 2016

In summer 2016 in honor of the U.S. pres. campaign, Budweiser puts the label "America" in place of "Budweiser" on its beer, causing Donald Trump to take credit; meanwhile Spiteful Brewing Co. of Chicago, Ill. introduces Dumb Donald brand beer, Dock Street Brewing of Philly introduces a series of anti-Trump brands incl. Don't Let Your Friends Vote Drumpf, Short-Fingered Stout, and Drumple IPA, and 5 Rabbit Cerveceria of Chicago renames their leftover beer Chinga Tu Pelo (Sp. "Fuck your hair").

Hillary Rodham Clinton of the U.S. (1947-)

On July 2, 2016 Donald Trump retweets an anti-Hillary Clinton cartoon displaying the words "Most corrupt candidate ever" on a sheriff's badge, which Hillary supporters immediately claim is a Star of David to deflect attention, snookering even House Speaker Paul Ryan, who calls on Trump to "clean this up"; of course, Hillary isn't even Jewish. On July 5 Pres. Obama and Hillary Clinton campaign together for the first time in Charlotte, N.C., calling Hillary's bid a 3rd term for Obama; meanwhile FBI dir. James Comey announces that the FBI recommends no charges against Hillary in their airmail, er, email probe, despite her team being "extremely careless about how it handled her emails", pissing-off Repubs., with House Speaker Paul Ryan uttering the soundbyte that it "defies explanation", calling for the FBI to release the details of its investigations if they want voters to swallow the conclusions, and Donald Trump uttering the soundbyte that this proves that the "system is rigged"; Comey adds the revealing soundbyte: "To be clear, this is not to suggest that in similar circumstances, a person who engaged in this activity would face no consequences. To the contrary, those individuals are often subject to security or administrative sanctions. But that is not what we are deciding now"; meanwhile Romanian hacker Marcel Lazar Lehel AKA Guccifer, who is being held in jail in Va. for admitting to hacking Hillary's personal email server is found dead in his jail cell; no surprise, on July 6 U.S. atty. gen. Loretta Lynch announces that Hillary and her aides won't be charged with a speck of dust; on July 7 a group of Repub. senators led by Marco Rubio of Fla. petition the U.S. State Dept. to suspend the security clearances of Hillary and her top aides. On July 7 after gagging on "Tarmacgate" (coined by Donald Trump), the full U.S. House GOP Conference of 200+ meets with Donald Trump at Repub. Nat. Committee HQ, giving him a chance to push their buttons. On July 11 U.S. Supreme Court justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg gives an interview to the New York Times, dissing Donald Trump and saying that if he were elected "it's time for us to move to New Zealand", causing Trump to demand her resignation for getting involved in politics, after which on July 14 she backs down and apologizes. On July 18-21 the 2016 Repub. Nat. Convention at the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, Ohio starts out with anti-Trump delegates losing a vote to changing the nominating rules, then yelling and storming out; on July 18 Melana Trump gives a speech to 35M viewers, attempting to humanize her hubby; too bad, it apparently plagiarizes Michelle Obama's speech at the 2008 Dem. Convention, although she is speaking in a foreign language and might be given a pass, and the Trump Campaign denies it, with chmn. Paul Manafort uttering the soundbyte: "These were common words and values - that she cares about her family"; on July 19 Trump is officially nominated by 1700+ delegates, while Hillary Clinton compares the GOP convention to the "surreal" 1939 film "The Wizard of Oz"; on July 19 Muslim imam Muslims for Trump founder Sajid Tarar of Baltimore, Md. delivers the concluding prayer, causing Christian attendee Kim Coley to shout "No Islam"; on July 20 Trump speechwriter Meredith McIver takes blame for the plagiarism, but her offer to resign is rejected; on July 19 Donald Trump Jr. gives a speech praising his dad; too bad, it contains more plagiarism; on July 20 history expert Newt Gingich gives a speech warning that the U.S. is "at war with radical Islamists", with the soundbyte "We are sleepwalking through history"; on July 20 conservative commentator Laura Ingraham gives a speech, challenging former Trump rivals to get over their "wounded feelings and bruised egos" and "honor your pledge to support Donald Trump now, tonight"; Ted Cruz follows with his speech, and is booed when he refuses to endorse Trump and instead urges people to "vote your conscience up and down the ticket who you trust to defend our freedom and to be faithful to the Constitution", reneging on his pledge to support the Repub. nominee, causing the audience to begin chanting "We want Trump!"; Cruz is followed by Mike Pence, who calls himself "a Christian, a Conservative, and a Republican, in that order", and praises Trump as a fellow Conservative; on July 21 Cruz says that it "was not a blanket commitment that if you go and slander and attack Heidi that I'm going to nonetheless come like a servile puppy dog and say thank you very much for maligning my wife and maligning my father", after which on July 22 Trump announces that he will never accept Cruz's endorsement; on July 21 Trump accepts his nomination, giving a record 73-min. speech filled with a long string of promises incl. safety on the street, nat. security, jobs for all, an end to illegal immigration incl. from "compromised" (Muslim) countries et al., coopting Pres. Obama's 2008 change slogan with the soundbyte: "My message is that things have to change, and they have to change right now", along with the soundbytes: "A number of these reforms that I will outline tonight will be opposed by some of our nation's most powerful special interests. That's because these interests have rigged our political and economic system for their exclusive benefit. Believe me — it's for their benefit"; "We cannot afford to be so politically correct anymore", "I am your voice. I have embraced crying mothers who have lost their children because our politicians put their personal agendas before the national good. I have no patience for injustice, no tolerance for government incompetence, no sympathy for leaders who fail their citizens", and "Make America great again." On July 25 a CNN Poll shows Donald Trump leading Hillary Clinton by 44% to 39%, with 68% of Americans saying that Hillary is dishonest and untrustworthy. On July 25-28 the 2016 Dem. Nat. Convention at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, Penn. starts out with Bernie Sanders supporters echoing the Repub. Convention with shouts of "Lock her up!", followed on July 25 by Debbie Wasserman Schultz being booed off the stage at a breakfast for the Fla. delegation; on July 25 (eve.) after his supporters disrupt the convention with stubborn determination to nominate him despite all, Bernie Sanders gives a speech, totally selling out to Queen Hillary, telling them to support her, and warning them against supporting Trump, saying that the choice is "not even close"; Michelle Obama gives a speech dissing Trump, with the soundbyte: "Don't let anyone ever tell you that this country isn't great, that somehow we need to make it great again, because this right now is the greatest country on Earth"; Elizabeth Warren gives a speech that tears into Trump, while Bernie supporters heckle and boo her, shouting "We trusted you"; Sanders supporters later complain that their signs were ripped out of their hands and they were threatened with losing their credentials; there are no red-white-blue U.S. flags visible at the convention, but there are Soviet flags?; on July 26 (eve.) after Bernie Sanders officially names her, Hillary is officially nominated as his uncontrollable supporters walk out and storm the media tent, becoming the first woman nominated as U.S. pres. by a major political party, bringing out the female sexists bigtime as she utters the soundbyte "We just put the biggest crack in that glass ceiling yet"; ex-U.S. pres. Bill Clinton gives a glowing speech pushing his wife as a "change-maker"; on July 27 Donald Trump utters the soundbyte that he hopes the Russians "have the 33,000 emails that she lost and deleted", expressing hope that they will release them so that she can be exposed and prosecuted; the Dems. attempt to turn it around by claiming he's calling on the Russians to hack her, with Hillary's senior policy advisor Jake Sullivan uttering the soundbyte: "This has to be the first time that a major presidential candidate has actively encouraged a foreign power to conduct espionage against his political opponent", when if they did it it was long ago, and he's just asking them to give us the booty so she can be prosecuted, not necessarily to interfere in an election; too bad, in June the Internat. Strategic Studies Assoc.'s Defense and Foreign Affairs mag. already pub. a warning that according to "reliable" sources, warnings to that effect had been received fom Moscow; on July 28 Trump flops and claims he was just being satirical; on July 27 (eve.) the Dems. pull out all the stops in their frantic effort to turn the polls around; billionaire Michael Bloomberg gives a speech claiming to be an independent who hates Trump because he's a "dangerous demagogue", with the soundbytes: "The richest thing about Donald Trump is his hypocrisy", "The bottom line is, Trump is a risky, reckless, and radical choice, and we can't afford to make that choice", and "Throughout his career, Trump has left behind a well-documented record of bankruptcies, thousands of lawsuits, angry shareholders and contractors who feel cheated, and disillusioned customers who feel ripped off. Trump says he wants to run the nation like he's run his business. God help us"; Joe Biden gives a speech blasting Trump for his trademark phrase "You're fired!", with the soundbyte: "How can there be pleasure in saying you're fired? He's trying to tell us he cares about the middle class? Give me a break. That's a bunch of malarkey"; Tim Kaine gives a speech, mocking Trump for his phrase "Trust me" while glowingly portraying Hillary as someone he'd trust to protect his son's life, with the soundbyte: "Hillary Clinton is lista (Sp. "ready"); after staying up until 3:00 a.m. to finish polishing it, Pres. Obama gives the final speech, starting with calling the upcoming election "a more fundamental choice of who we are as a people", knocking it out of the park by portraying Trump as a combo P.T. Barnum and Mussolini while portraying Hillary as the most qualified person in history to carry on his legacy, with the soundbytes: "Anyone who threatens our values, whether fascists or communists or jihadis or home-grown demagogues will always fail in the end"; "Our power doesn't come from some self-declared savior promising that he alone can restore order as long as we do things his way. We don't look to be ruled"; "Tonight I ask you to do for Hillary Clinton what you did for me. I ask you to carry her the same way you carried me", "America is already great. America is already strong. And I promise you, our strength, our greatness, does not depend on Donald Trump", "I can say with confidence there has never been a man or a woman - not me, not Bill, nobody - more qualified than Hillary Clinton to serve as president of the United States of America", and "My time in this office hasn't fixed everything; as much as we've done, there's still so much I want to do", giving a glowing lecture on how great the U.S. and its Constitution is and how great its future is but messing it up with his love of Muslims, the very people who can ruin it?; as he leaves, Stevie Wonder's "Signed, Sealed and Delivered" plays, beginning: "Like a fool I went and stayed too long"; on July 28 (eve.) after the convention mentions Donald Trump's name 332x in the first three nights, "God" actor Morgan Freeman narrates a highly selective video about her, filled with gushing praise from Bill Clinton and Pres. Obama, and Gen. John Allen blasts Trump for her, neutral white pants suit-wearing Hillary Clinton gives her big speech, which turns out to be a rehash of old speeches, calling the upcoming election "a moment of reckoning", blasting Trump as usual as a "little man" who is "moved by fear and pride", adding "A man you can bait with a Tweet is not a man we can trust with nuclear weapons"; no surprise, she wants to open the U.S. to mass Muslim immigration, with the soundbyte: "We will not ban a religion", and dismisses Trump's wall with "We will not build a wall" and "We'll build a path to citizenship for millions of immigrants who are already contributing to our economy"; before she speaks a bunch of Bernie Sanders supporters walk out, while others (who had their Bernie signs taken away) stay and display signs made up by changing the Hillary signs to "Liar", "Walk the Walk", "Keep your promises", "Yes we can REVOLT", and "Fighting for HERSELF"; Khizr Khan, father of fallen Muslim-Am. soldier U.S. Army Capt. Humayun Khan (KIA in Iraq in 2004) utters the soundbyte: "Donald Trump consistently smears the character of Muslims. He disrespects minorities and women, judges, even his own party leadership. He vows to build walls and ban us from this country. Donald Trump, you're asking us to trust you with our future. Let me ask you, have you even read the United States Constitution?" (he meant the Quran, since he probably can't reach much English and knows that the Quran is the Constitution's archenemy?); the Dems. won't tell people that Khizr Khan has connections with Saudia Rabies, er, Arabia, which has given over $25M to the Hillary campaign, and is a suspected Muslim Brotherhood agent who wants to destroy the U.S. via mass Muslim immigration and replace it with an Islamic republic based on Sharia; later conservative pundit Ann Coulter tweets the soundbyte: "You know what this convention really needed? An angry Muslim with a thick accent like Fareed Zakaria"; Donald Trump immediately slams Hillary, with the soundbytes: "Hillary's refusal to mention radical Islam, as she pushes a 550% increase in refugees, is more proof that she is unfit to lead the country", "[America's] way of life is under threat by Radical Islam and Hillary Clinton cannot even bring herself to say the words", "Hillary's wars have unleashed destruction, terrorism and ISIS across the world", and "[Under her administration there will be] no borders, no jobs, no safety"; Trump senior policy adviser Stephen Miller utters the soundbytes that her speech was "an insulting collection of cliches and recycled rhetoric", +"She spent the evening talking down to the American people she's looked down on her whole life", and "Hillary Clinton says America is stronger together. But in Hillary Clinton's America, millions of people are left out in the cold"; on July 31 Trump starts a feud with Khizr Khan, starting with implying that his wife Ghazala Khan didn't speak at the convention because she's a Muslim, to which she replies that it was because she couldn't handle the grief, and Khizr Khan to utter the soundbyte: "He is a black soul, and this is totally unfit for the leadership of this country", causing Repbs. Paul Ryan, Mitch McConnell, Kelly Ayotte, Jeb Bush et al. to jump on Trump, who responds that Khizr's speech was probably scripted by the Hillary campaign, and it's not about him anyway, it's about radical Islam, adding: "If I were president Khizr Khan's son wouldn't have died" because Hillary voted for the Iraq War and he was against it; on Aug. 3 Trump meets with six Gold Star families in Jacksonville, Fla. before speaking at a rally of 15K; meanwhile Hillary receives big bucks from billionaire Nigerian Muslim jihadist Kase Lukman Lawal; Humayun Khan was really a Muslim jihadist trying to commit suicide while taking as many U.S. soldiers with him as possible, and they covered it up by making him a hero? On July 29 Hillary Clinton tours the U.S. Rust Belt, while Donald Trump visits Colo., uttering the soundbyte: "Remember this. Trump is going to be no more Mr. Nice Guy", calling Hillary "the Devil", and for the first time encouraging supporters' chants of "Lock her up", with the soundbyte "You know what? I'm starting to agree with you"; meanwhile the Clinton campaign acknowledges that the DNC hackers also hacked their servers, while the FBI announces an investigation into their "accuracy, nature and scope". On July 31 the pro-Trump Rupert Murdoch-owned New York Post pub. a nude photo of Donald Trump's wife Melania, doing ditto on Aug. 1, causing The Donald to say there is "nothing to be embarrassed about with the pictures - she's a beautiful woman"; too bad, the Daily Mail Online pub. an article suggesting that she once worked as an escort in the sex trade, causing her to sue them on Sept. 2 despite retracting the story. On July 31 Donald Trump gives an interview to George Stephanopoulos of ABC-TV's This Week, stepping on his own schlong by revealing that he doesn't know that Russia is already in Ukraine because of its absorption of Crimea, with the soundbyte: "Just so you understand, he's not going into Ukraine, all right? You can mark it down and you can put it down, you can take it anywhere you want"; the hue and cry raised by the Dems. is picky because both Russia and Ukraine claim Crimea, but the people voted to join Russia?

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On Aug. 1, 2016 Donald Trump attends a rally in Columbus, Ohio, uttering the soundbyte: "I'm afraid the election's going to be rigged, I have to be honest." On Aug. 2 Pres. Obama slams Donald Trump, with the soundbyte: "I think the Republican nominee is unfit to serve as president. I said so last week, and he keeps on proving it. The notion that he would attack a Gold Star family that had made such extraordinary sacrifices on behalf of our country, the fact that he doesn't appear to have basic knowledge around critical issues in Europe, in the Middle East, in Asia means that he's woefully unprepared to do this job"; Trump replies that Obama is the worst pres. in U.S. history, a "diasaster" who is himself "unfit to serve"; meanwhile retiring U.S. Rep. (R-N.Y.) Richard Hanna announces that he plans on crossing party lines and voting for Hillary Clinton in Nov., becoming the first; on Aug. 3 Hewlett-Packard CEO Meg Whitman announces that despite being a Repub. she's supporting Hillary Clinton. On Aug. 3 the Wall Street Journal pub. an article exposing the $400M unmarked bills cash payment made by the Obama admin. to Iran in Jan., causing a firestorm of controversy and calls for a congressional investigation, causing Pres. Obama on Aug. 4 (his 55th birthday) to call the story "manufactured", saying "This wasn't some nefarious deal", to which Mike Pence replies on Aug. 5 that the whole world knows that it was a "ransom"; on Aug. 4 Saeed Abedini, one of the four hostages released in Jan. gives an interview to Trish Regan of Fox Business Network, saying that his captors held his plane for hours waiting for another plane to arrive first; meanwhile on Aug. 4 Donald Trump stinks himself up with a claim that he saw a top-secret video of an airplane delivering the cash to Iran, which on Aug. 5 he backtracks on, admitting that it was the hostage plane in Geneva, Switzerland. On Aug. 5 former CIA acting dir. Michael Morell endorses Hillary Clinton, calling Donald Trump a "threat to our national security", with the explanation that he is an "unwitting agent of the Russian Federation" because Vladimir Putin has been complimenting him, leading him to become friendly with Russia, and hence their dupe? On Aug. 5 after punishing them for a week by stalling, Donald Trump finally endorses Paul Ryan and John McCain, who already endorsed him but slammed him on several occasions esp. over Khizr Khan and his family. On Aug. 8 Donald Trump delivers his Speech on the Economy in Detroit, Mich., calling for an end to the death tax and unfair trade deals, a moratorium on new financial regulations, and a 15% cap on business income taxes to combat globalization and restore blue collar and manufacturing jobs, with the soundbytes: "Americanization, not globalization, will be our new credo", and "In short, the city of Detroit is the living, breathing example of my opponent's failed economic agenda. Every policy that has failed this city, and so many others, is a policy supported by Hillary Clinton." On Aug. 8 50 Repub. nat. security officials incl. Michael V. Hayden, Robert Zoellick, Michael Chertoff, and Tom Ridge pub. an open letter disowning Donald Trump, with the soundbyte that he "would be the most reckless President in American history"; Trump replies that they "are nothing more than the failed Washington elite looking to hold onto their power, and it's time they are held accountable for their actions", adding: "These insiders, along with Hillary Clinton are the owners of the disastrous decisions to invade Iraq, allow Americans to die in Benghazi, and they are the ones who allowed the rise of ISIS. Yet despite these failures, they think they are entitled to use their favor trading to land taxpayer-funded government contracts and speaking fees"; meanwhile U.S. Sen. (R-Maine) Susan Collins announces that she no longer supports him, with the soundbyte: "With the passage of time, I have become increasingly dismayed by his constant stream of cruel comments and his inability to admit error or apologize." On Aug. 9 Donald Trump speaks at a rally in Wilmington, N.C., uttering the soundbyte about Hillary: "Hillary wants to abolish, esentially abolish the Second Amendment. By the way, and if she gets to pick her judges, nothing you can do folks, although, the Second Amendment people, maybe, there is, I don't know, but, but I'll tell you what. That will be a horrible day. If Hillary gets to put her judges, right now, we're tied", causing the desperate outrageously biased PC media to attempt to frame him on calling for Hillary to be assassinated, incl. a false report by CNN that the Secret Service warned him that he is threatening Hillary's safety; meanwhile the PC press whips-up the fearmongering, with actor-dir. Rob Reiner uttering the soundbyte that Trump's comments are dangerous because his followers have a "violent nature", CBS discredited journalist Dan Rather uttering the soundbyte that PC media must publicly shame Trump's supporters, and Ronald Reagan's daughter Patti Davis uttering the soundbyte: "Your glib and horrifying comment about 'Second Amendment people'... was heard by the person sitting alone in a room, locked in his own dark fantasies, who sees unbridled violence as a way to make his mark in the world, and is just looking for ideas. Yes, Mr. Trump, words matter." On Aug. 10 Donald Trump gives a speech at a rally in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., claiming that Pres. Obama was the founder of ISIS, and Hillary Clinton a co-founder; on Aug. 11 he doubles down, with the soundbyte: "He [Obama] gets the Most Valuable Player Award. Him and Hillary. She gets it too"; the Dems. respond that the Iraq War created ISIS, even though Hillary voted for it; after the usual PC firestorm, he tweets the soundbyte: "They don't get sarcasm?" On Aug. 10 (p.m.) 19-y.-o. Stephen Rogata from Va. scales Trump Tower in Manhattan, N.Y. using suction cups before police arrest him; the purpose he did it was to get Trump's attention for a "private audience" to "discuss an important matter". On Aug. 11 reports surface claiming that the Obama admin. stopped the FBI 3x from investigating the Clinton Foundation and Hillary Clinton for corruption, causing Trump spokesman Jason Miller to utter the soundbyte: "This latest refusal to allow even a cursory investigation into the Clinton Foundation's pay-for-play dealings smacks of political favoritism. This is exactly why the American public has lost trust in the U.S. government and is ready to elect an outsider like Donald Trump." On Aug. 15 Donald Trump outlines his Muslim Vetting Plan, which incl. "extreme vetting" of anybody from terrorist hotbeds trying to enter the U.S., rooting out those who don't share and respect American values, incl. those who support Sharia. On Aug. 13-14 (night) racial riots in Milwaukee, Wisc. are sparked by a police shooting in Sherman Park of 23-y.-o. black male Sylville Smith with a "lengthy arrest record", who ran from police and refused to drop his gun; the riots end after a 10 p.m. curfew is imposed after eight police officers and one citizen are injured, and a dozen arrested; on Aug. 16 Donald Trump gives a speech in nearby West Bend, Wisc., blaming Hillary Clinton for holding back black neighborhoods as part of her "rigged system", with the soundbytes: "We reject bigotry of Hillary Clinton which panders to and talks down to communities of color and sees them only as votes... not as individual human beings worthy of a better future... The African-American community has been taken for granted for decades by the Democratic Party and look how they're doing"; "The problem in our minority communities is not that there is too much police but that there is not enough police", and "The political class that Mrs. Clinton has been a part of for 30 years has abandoned the people of this county. They only care about themselves. I am going to give the people their voice back." On Aug. 15 Donald Trump gives a speech in Youngstown, Ohio, calling for an ideological war against radical Islam a la Communism, and outlining his Muslim Vetting Plan, which incl. "extreme vetting" of anybody from terrorist hotbeds trying to enter the U.S., rooting out those who don't share and respect American values, incl. those who support Sharia. On Aug. 15 U.S. vice-pres. Joe Biden campaigns with Hillary Clinton in his hometown of Scranton, Penn., blasting Trump as intellectually and temperamentally unfit to be U.S. pres., with the soundbyte: "And I can say without hesitation, my word as a Biden, no major party nominee in the history of the United States of America, has... known less or been less prepared to deal with our national security than Donald Trump", adding "Look, Trump's ideas are not only profoundly wrong, they're very dangerous and they're very un-American. You know, they reveal a profound ignorance of our Constitution. It's a recipe for playing into the hands of terrorists and their propaganda", dissing him for claiming that Pres. Obama is the true founder of ISIS, attempted to turn it inside out and backwards with the soundbyte; "If my son were still in Iraq, and I say to all those who are there, the threat to their life has gone up a couple clicks." On Aug. 17 Donald Trump apppoints Kellyanne Elizabeth Conway (nee Fitzpatrick) (1967-) as his pres. campaign mgr., and Breitbart News chmn. Stephen K. Bannon (1953-) as exec. campaign chmn., outranking campaign chmn. Paul Manafort, who has been accused of hanky-panky with Ukraine, and resigns on Aug. 19; meanwhile Trump receives his first official U.S. govt. intel briefing, even though Trump disses them, saying "Very easy to use them, but I won't use them, because they've made such bad decisions." On Aug. 18 after news that it may have been hacked, plus the expose in Peter Schweizer's NYT bestseller "Clinton Cash", the Clinton Foundation announces that it will no longer accept foreign and corporate donations, but only after winning the election, followed on Aug. 22 by Bill Clinton announcing that if Hillary wins the election he will resign from the board and stop raising funds, causing Donald Trump on Aug. 22 to call for the foundation to be shut down, for the money to be returned, and for a special prosecutor to be appointed, with the soundbyte: "It is now clear that the Clinton Foundation is the most corrupt enterprise in political history"; on Aug. 21 the leftist "Huffington Post" also calls for it to be shut down - she won't give any back? On Aug. 18 after Pres. Obama refuses to cut short his 2-week vacation in Martha's Vineyard to visit the scene of the La. flood, Homeland Security sec. Jeh Johnson utters the soundbyte: "The president can't be everywhere"; on Aug. 16 Obama's Justice Dept. issued a guidance memo telling La. officials receiving federal disaster assistance not to engage in "unlawful discrimination on the basis of race, color, or national origin (including limited English proficiency)", pissing them off; meanwhile on Aug. 19 Donald Trump and Mike Pence visit Baton Rouge, La., while Hillary rests. On Aug. 18 Donald Trump gives a speech in Charlotte, N.C., uttering the soundbyte: "Hillary Clinton's mistakes destroy innocent lives, sacrifice national security, and betray the working families of this country. Please remember this: I will never put personal profit before national security. I will never leave our border open to appease donors and special interests. I will never support a trade deal that kills American jobs. I will never put the special interests before the national interest. I will never put a donor before a voter, or a lobbyist before a citizen. Instead, I will be a champion for the people"; meanwhile to counter Trump's accusation that she's "against the police", Hillary Clinton meets with U.S. police chiefs in a closed meeting in John Jay College in New York City. On Aug. 19 after Hillary has spent $100M+ in TV ads attempting to scaremonger him, Donald Trump his campaign releases his first TV ad, dissing Hillary Clinton as as an open borders establishment disaster, with the soundbyte: "In Hillary Clinton's America the system stays rigged against America"; meanwhile Trump apologizes for everything without being specific, with the soundbyte: "Sometimes, in the heat of debate, and speaking on a multitude of issues, you don't choose the right words or you say the wrong thing. I have done that, and believe it or not I regret it, and I do regret it, particularly where it may have caused personal pain." On Aug. 19 (night) Donald Trump speaks at a rally in lily-white Dimondale, Mich., uttering the soundbyte: "Tonight I'm asking for the vote of every single African-American citizen in this country who wants to see a better future", adding: "What do you have to lose by trying something new, like Trump? You're living in your poverty, your schools are no good, you have no jobs, 58 percent of your youth is unemployed - what the hell do you have to lose?", claiming that in cities like Detroit, blacks "have become refugees in their own country", predicting: "At the end of four years, I guarantee you that I will get over 95 percent of the African-American vote"; the Clinton campaign replies: "This is so ignorant it's staggering". On Aug. 23 Donald Trump announces that he's open to "softening" his stance on deportation of illegal immigrants, but still plans to build a border wall "almost immediately" after inauguration. On Aug. 23 U.S. vice-pres. Joe Biden visits Riga, Latvia, telling leaders of three Baltic states that the U.S. is committed to NATO and its allies, and that Donald Trump doesn't know what he's talking about. On Aug. 23 Hillary Clinton gives a speech, slamming Donald Trump's campaign as a haven for racism and bigotry, with the soundbytes: "A man with a long history of racial discrimination who traffics in dark conspiracy theories from the pages of supermarket tabloids and the far, dark reaches of the internet should never run our government or command our military", and "There's always been a paranoid fringe in our politics, a lot of it arising from racial resentment. But it's never had the nominee of a major party stoking it, encouraging it and giving it a national megaphone until now"; meanwhile on Aug. 23 after telling Sean Hannity of Fox News that he is open to "softening" his immigration stance, Donald Trump gives a speech in Austin, Tex., doubling down instead, with the soundbyte: "No citizenship. Let me go a step further. They'll pay back taxes, they have to pay taxes, there's no amnesty, as such, there's no amnesty, but we work with them. Now, everybody agrees we get the bad ones out," Trump said. "But when I go through and I meet thousands and thousands of people on this subject, and I've had very strong people come up to me, really great, great people come up to me, and they've said, 'Mr. Trump, I love you, but to take a person who's been here for 15 or 20 years and throw them and their family out, it's so tough, Mr. Trump,' I have it all the time! It's a very, very hard thing"; on Aug. 24 he speaks in Tampa, Fla., uttering the soundbyte: "I've been watching so carefully over the past month. Hillary Clinton doesn't do speeches, she doesn't do press conferences. It's been almost 300 days. She doesn't do rallies of any consequence. She doesn't do this kind of stuff"; he goes on to label Hillary Clinton a "bigot", with the soundbyte: "Hillary Clinton is a bigot who sees people of color only as votes, not as human beings worthy of a better future", pissing-off the PC media. On Aug. 25 Trump speaks in Manchester, N.H., calling Hillary's attempts to "play the race card" and paint him and his supporters as racists smacks of desperation in an attempt to distract vobers from her policies that have devastated minority communities and inner cities, with the soundbyte: "It's the oldest play in the Democratic playbook. When Democratic policies fail, they are left with only this one tired argument: 'You're racists, you're racist, you're racists.' It's a tired, disgusting argument, and it is so totally predictable... You know what? The people are becoming very smart. They have heard it too many times before. The well is dry"; he goes on to diss leftists for calling people concerned about radical Islam "Islamophobes", with the soundbyte: "They are decent Americans citizens who want to uphold our value as a tolerant society and who want to keep the terrorists the hell out of our country. If the choice is between saving lives or appeasing politically correct censors in Washington, D.C., that is the easiest choice you or I will ever have to make. We will always choose saving American lives." On Aug. 25 Hillary Clinton speaks in Reno, Nev., giving a "tin foil hat" speech accusing the "Alt-Right", Alex Jones, Brexit, and Vladimir Putin of a grand global conspiracy against her, while trying to frame Donald Trump on being the conspiracy theorist and of being linked with the KKK; meanwhile so far this mo. she has held only 11 campaign events attended by 10K total (incl. paid staffers) (avg. 900), vs. 29 events and 168K (avg. 5.8K) for Trump. On Aug. 28 (Sun.) Pres. Obama's 2008 pres. campaign architect David Plouffe gives an interview to Chuck Todd of NBC-TV's "Meet the Press", uttering the soundbyte about Donald Trump: "We have a psychopath running for president"; when asked if he's a prof. pshrink he replies: "Listen, the grandiose notion of self-worth, pathological lying, lack of empathy and remorse... I don't have a degree in psychology, but here it is, Chuck, basically, the race ends today. I think Hillary Clinton is guaranteed at least 269 electoral votes, think about that. Because Virginia and Colorado, both campaigns I think believe are put away." On Aug. 31 Donald Trump meets with Mexican pres. Enrique Pena Nieto in Mexico City, using the photo opp to look presidential while arguing that NAFTA has benefitted Mexico more than the U.S., with the soundbytes: "There will be no amnesty. For those here today illeglly who are seeking legal status, they will have one route and only one route: to return home and apply for reentry under the rules of the new legal immigration system that I have outlined... Those who have left to seek entry under this new system will not be awarded surplus visas, but will have to enter under the immigration caps or limits that will be established"; "Having a secure border is a sovereign right and mutually beneficial. We recognize and respect the right of either country to build a physical barrier or wall on any of its borders to stop the illegal movement of people, drugs and weapons"; Nieto acknowledges the "fundamental right that each of the countries has to defend its border", with the soundbyte: “There is still a joint challenge including the increasing number of non-Mexicans who cross through our country in order to reach the United States, therein creating serious human crises"; this show upstages Hillary Clinton, who calls it "an embarrassing international incident", then admidst mucho empty seats gives a Speech on American Exceptionalism at the Am. Legion Nat. Convention in Cincinnati, Ohio, unsuccesfully trying to steal the thunder from Donald Trump, who leads the poll among military families 51%-41% according to NBC News, with the soundbyte: "The United States is an exceptional nation. I believe we are still Lincoln's last, best hope of Earth. My opponent in this race has said very clearly he thinks American exceptionalism is insulting to the rest of the world. My opponent misses something important. When we say America is exceptional, it doesn't mean that people from other places don't feel deep national pride just like we do. It means we recognize America's unique and unparalleled ability to be a force for peace and progress, a champion for freedom and opportunity"; in the eve. Trump gives a Speech on Immigration in Phoenix, Ariz., praising the majority of the Mexican people but sticking with his border wall using the "best technology" and the promise to make Mexico pay for it "100 percent - they don't know it yet but they're going to pay for the wall", along with "zero tolerance for criminal aliens... My first hour in office, those people are gone"; "Anyone who tells you that the core issue is the needs of those living here illegally has simply spent too much time living in Washington. There is only one core issue in the immigration debate, and that issue is the well-being of the American people."

On Sept. 3, 2016 Donald Trump speaks at the mostly black Great Faith Ministries Internat. church in Detroit, Mich., promising to unite the country as U.S. pres., uttering the soundbyte: "Becoming the nominee of the party of Abraham Lincoln... has been the greatest honor of my life. It is on his legacy that I hope to build the future of the party, but more importantly, the future of the country." On Sept. 5 the planes of U.S. pres. candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump end up parked within 100 yards of each other on the tarmac at the aiport in Cleveland, Ohio, with Trump getting there first. On Sept. 6 88 former U.S. military leaders pub. an open letter endorsing Donald Trump for U.S. pres., with the soundbyte: "The 2016 election affords the American people an urgently needed opportunity to make a long-overdue course correction in our national security posture and policy." On Sept. 6 Traitor, er, Pres. Obama nominates Abid Qureshi to the U.S. District Court for D.C., becoming the first Muslim nominated to the federal judiciary. On Sept. 6 Hillary Clinton holds a rally at the U. of South Fla. that draws 1.5K; on Sept. 9 Donald Trump holds a rally in Pensacola, Fla. that draws 12K; on Sept. 20 Trump holds a rally in Estero, Fla. that draws 8K, while Hillary speaks at Temple U. in Philly before a crowd of 200; in Estero, Trump utters the soundbyte that Hillary "talks tougher about my supporters than she does about radical Islamic terrorists." On Sept. 7 (eve.) after Trump ends his media blacklist incl. the Washington Post, Politico, and Buzzfeed, the Commander in Chief Forum in New York City, hosted by MSNBC, NBC News, and the Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of Am., moderated by Matt Lauer sees Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump take turns accusing each other of being unfit to be pres.; Trump calls for a massive military buildup to fight ISIS, incl. 50K more Army troops (540K total), 70 new warships (total 350), 13 new USMC batttallions, and 100 USAF planes (1.2K total), canceling budget caps to boost spending by $500B over the next 10 years, uttering the soundbyte: "History shows that when America is not prepared is when the danger is by far the greatest. We want to deter, avoid, and prevent conflict through our unquestioned military strength"; Trump opens the door to Dreamers who want to join the military; when asked to respond to Trump's numerous slams about how he "reduced American generals to rubble" et al., Pres. Obama laughs, with the soundbyte: "Somehow behavior that in normal times we'd consider completely unacceptable is normalized and people start thinking we should be grading on a curve." On Sept. 9 Hillary Clinton gives a speech at the LGBT for Hillary gala in New York City, uttering the soundbyte: "You could put half of Trump's supporters into what I call the basket of deplorables, right? The racist, sexist, homophobic, xenophbic, Islamophobic, you name it", causing Donald Trump to tweet: "Wow, Hillary Clinton was SO INSULTING to my supporters, millions of amazing, hard working people. I think it will cost her at the Polls!"; Sept. 10 she partially flops, with the soundbyte: "Last night I was grossly generalistic, and that's never a good idea. I regret saying 'half', that was wrong. But let's be clear, what's really deplorable is that Donald Trump hired a major advocate for the so-called alt-right movement to run his campaign and that David Duke and other white supremacists see him as a champion of their values. It's deplorable that Trump has built his campaign largely on prejudice and paranoia and given a national platform to hateful views and voices, including by retweeting fringe bigots with a few dozen followers and spreading their message to 11 million people." On Sept. 9 (night) Donald Trump speaks at a rally in Pensacola, Fla., uttering the soundbytes: "The only thing she's done well - and she'll go down in history for it, I have to admit - is getting out of trouble with the emails; that's the single greatest achievement of Hillary Clinton"; "She could walk into this arena right now and shoot somebody with 20,000 people watching, right smack in the middle of the heart, and she wouldn't be prosecuted, OK? T hat is what's happened to our country." On Sept. 13 Buzzfeed and Daily Caller pub. hacked emails from DCLeaks.com by former U.S. secy. of state gen. Colin Powell in which he calls Donald Trump a "national disgrace" and a racist "international pariah" for mainstreaming the Obama birther movement, while dissing Hillary Clinton for trying to connect him to her emails despite repeated warnings, claiming that she "does not look good", is "working herself to death", and "nobody likes her", and "I would rather not have to vote for her, although she is a friend I respect", adding that her hubby Bill is still "dicking bimbos"; several emails to Powell from Jeffrey Leeds of Leeds Equity Partners reveal that Hillary hates and envies Pres. Obama, and that Obama wouldn't mind seeing her lose. On Sept. 13 Ford Motor Co. CEO Mark Fields announces plans to move all small-car production in North Am. to Mexico, vindicating the gloom and doom warnings of Donald Trump, who speaks at the Bethel United Methodist Church in Flint, Mich. on Sept. 14, uttering the soundbyte: "It used to be that cars were made in Flint and you couldn't drink the water in Mexico. And now the cars are made in Mexico and you can't drink the water in Flint"; too bad, pastor Faith Green Timmons stops Trump from criticizing sacred cow Hillary; on Sept. 15 the U.S. Senate by 95-3 passes the $9B U.S. Water Resources Development Act of 2016 to fund U.S. Army Corps of Engineers projects at Flint, Mich. et al. On Sept. 14 the U.S. signs its biggest military deal in history with Israel, promising them $38B over 10 years to buy weapons. On Sept. 14 Donald Trump appears on the Doctor Oz show, handing him some medical records, the report on a recent physical; meanwhile Hillary Clinton's physician Lisa Bardack of Mount Kisco, N.Y. announces that she is "healthy and fit" to serve as U.S. pres., and has non-existent? "non-contagious bacterial pneumonia", after which on Sept. 14 Trump's physician Harold Bernstein releases a letter claiming that he is in "excellent physical health", although he takes rosuvastatin and low dose aspirin and is clinically obese. On Sept. 15 U.S. Sen. minority leader (D-Utah) Harry Reid slams Donald Trump, with the soundbyte: "He is a spoiled brat raised in plenty who inherited a fortune and used his money to make more money, and he did a lot by swindling working men and women... Trump is a human leech who will bleed the country and sit at his golf resort laughing at the money he has made." On Sept. 16 after Hillary Clinton calls the Birther Movement an "outrageous lie", with the soundbyte: "We know who Donald is. For five years he has led the birther movement to delegitimize our first black president", and he responds that she started the Obama birther controversy during her 2008 primary campaign, but can't pin it on her personally, Donald Trump folds and announces that "President Barack Obama was born in the United States, period. Now we all want to get back to making America strong and great again"; the whole birther controversy is a decoy to coverup that Obama's real father is Am. Communist Frank Marshall Davis (1905-87)? On Sept. 16 Donald Trump tweets that if she's really against guns, Hillary Clinton's bodyguards should disarm themselves and "see what happens", causing U.S. Sen. (Dem.-Conn.) Chris Murphy to accuse him of suggesting her assassination. On Sept. 19 after Newsweek pub. an article detailing his foreign business entanglements, 55 former U.S. govt. officials incl. former acting CIA dir. Michael Morell and former undersecy. of defense for intel Michael Vickers pub. an open letter calling for him "to disclose, in full, the nature of his business relationships overseas." On Sept. 21 Donald Trump gives a speech at the African-Am. New Spirit Revival Center in Cleveland Heights, Ohio, pushing stop-and-risk as the "proactive" solution to stop black-on-black street crime; African-Am. boxing promoter Don King gives a speech praising Donald Trump as the only candidate that makes the case that "the system is the enemy", with the soundbytes: "He's the only man in hundreds of years that has the consensus of public opinion of rejection to the form of governmen. The system is corrupt; the system is rigged; the system is sexist; the system is racist"; "He's the only gladiator to take out the system... and create a new system”; "We need Donald Trump, especially black people"; "When the system was created... the white woman did not have the rights, and she still don't have the rights. And people of color don't have their rights... Donald Trump says no, we're going back to inclusiveness. Everybody counts. Every white woman should cast their vote for Donald Trump." On Sept. 22 Pres. Obama gives an interview to historian Doris Kearns Goodwin in Vanity Fair mag., with the soundbyte about Donald Trump: "I don't think it's a surprise for me to say that I don't think his temperament is suited for this office. But it's not something that I have to emphasize because I think the majority of the American people have figured that out", adding that he views Trump's candidacy as "an expression of certain fears, certain resentments, that have been a running thread in American history" - he didn't say deplorables? On Sept. 23 Tex. Sen. Ted Cruz swallows, er, announces that he's going to vote for archrival Donald Trump for U.S. pres. On Sept. 25 Donald Trump meets with Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu, discussing Israel's security fence and confirming that as U.S. pres. he will recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital. On Sept. 26 Time mag. pub. a cover story The New Politics of Late Night, about "The seriously partisan politics of late-night comedy", cheering "comics [who] are ditching balance and taking sides" against Donald Trump, incl. Samantha Bee, Stephen Colbert, Trevor Noah, Seth Myers, Jimmy Kimmel, and John Oliver. On Sept. 26 (eve.) the First Clinton-Trump Debate at Hofstra U. in Hempstead, N.Y., moderated by Lester Holt of NBC News and watched by a record 80M is a push, with ever-sniffling (50X+) Trump coming on strong early bragging about how Supply Side Economics will rescue the economy, and how she was a big supporter of the TPP, and Hillary coming on strong at the end by bringing up his refusal to release his taxes and trying to pin the Birther Movement on him and bringing up his non-PC language about women and blacks, reversing his criticism of her stamina by pointing to her past stamina while skipping over her recent problems; Trump uses the word "braggadocious"; Trump scores a late V with the soundbyte: "Hillary has experience, but it's bad experience"; Hillary used aide Philippe Reines to play Trump during debate preparations; on Sept. 27 Hillary holds a rally at Wake Technical Community College in Raleigh, N.C. before a capacity crowd of 1.4K, uttering the soundbyte: "Did anybody see that debate last night? Oh yes! One down, two to go", adding "He made very clear that he didn't prepare for that debate", explaining why she dropped out of the campaign as getting ready for it, with the soundbyte: "Just trying to keep track of everything he says took a lot of time", calling him "dangerously incoherent"; meanwhile on Sept. 27 Trump holds a rally before a capacity crowd of tens of thousands in a hangar in Melbourne, Fla., claiming to win the debate based on unscientific Internet polls, but backing it up by raising $13M in 24 hours. On Sept. 30 after Hillary Clinton tries to zing Donald Trump in their first debate by bringing up 1996 Miss Universe Yoseph Alicia Machado Fajardo (1976-), which seems to catch him off-guard, and he won't drop the issue but keeps researching, thinking, and tweeting about it, Hillary utters the soundbyte: "Who gets up at 3 in the morning to engage in a Twitter attack?" - she couldn't get up at 3 a.m. to respond to a national emergency?

On Oct. 2, 2016 former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani gives an interview to George Stephanopoulos of ABC-News, uttering the soundbyte that if Donald Trump legally avoided taxes for years, that proves "he's a genius, absolute genius... This was a perfectly legal application of the tax code, and he would have been a fool not to take advantage of it", adding that Hillary Clinton had "obviously been programmed" to bring up Miss Universe Alicia Machado in their first debate; meanwhile leftist filmmaker Michael Moore gives an interview to NBC-TV's "Meet the Press", admitting that Trump can win the election because "I think they love the idea of blowing up the system", adding: "Across the Midwest, across the Rustbelt, I understand why a lot of people are angry, and they see Donald Trump as their human Molotov cocktail that they get to go into the voting booth on Nov 8. and throw him into our political system"; meanwhile Bernie Sanders gives an interview to CNN's "State of the Union", defending Hillary Clinton as the "superior" candidate for U.S. pres. despite an audio recording released on Sept. 30 showing her mocking his supporters as "children of the Great Recession" who "live in their parents' basements", admitting that it bothers him, and dissing Trump for a New York Times report that claims he might have been legally avoiding paying federal income tax for 18 years, saying: "This is an example of why so many millions of Americans are frustrated. They're angry. They're disgusted at what they see as a corrupt political system in this country"; meanwhile U.S. Sen. (D-Mo.) Claire McCaskill slams Trump on "Fox News Sunday" for the NYT report, with the soundbyte: "If you look at the way Donald Trump has conducted business, he crashes businesses into bankruptcy, leaving stores of businesses unpaid, people really hurting with the losses his companies have suffered. But he walks away unscathed, and it appears he walks away with a golden ticket that allows him, under the tax code, to avoid taxes for decades", adding that Trump's tax plan only benefits himself; meanwhile U.S. Senate minority leader (D-Nev.) Harry Reid calls Trump a "billion-dollar loser", calling for passage of the U.S. Presidential Tax Transparency Act that requires all U.S. pres. candidates to release their federal tax returns for the prior three years to the Federal Election Commission within 30 days, or have the U.S. Treasury Dept. do it. On Oct. 3 N.Y. atty.-gen. Eric Schneiderman sends a notice of violation to the Donald J. Trump Foundation, ordering it to cease all fundraising activity until it properly registers; done for political reasons? On Oct. 4 the Pence-Kaine Debate at Longwood U. in Farmville, Va. is a push, with Kaine stinking himself up by repeatedly interrupting, with Pence uttering his biggest soundbyte: "I mean, to be honest with you, if Donald Trump had said all of the things that you've said he said in the way you said he said them, he still wouldn't have a fraction of the insults that Hillary Clinton leveled when she said that half of our supporters were a basket of deplorables." On Oct. 7 a recording of private comments made by Donald Trump in 2005 to Billy Bush of Access Hollywood (cousin of Jeb Bush) is leaked by the anti-Trump Washington Post, in which he brags about his benefits of being a star, incl. an attempted seduction of Bush's married colleague Nancy O'Dell, with the soundbyte: "You know, I'm automatically attracted to beautiful. I just start kissing them. It's like a magnet. Just kiss. And when you're a star, they let you do it. You can do anything. Grab 'em by the pussy", to which Bush replies "Whatever you want", pissing-off the PC police and causing House Oversight Committee chmn. (R-Utah) Jason Chaffetz to withdraw his endorsement, and fence-sitting House Speaker Paul Ryan to cancel an appearance with him on Oct. 8 in Elkhorn, Wisc., with the soundbyte: "I am sickened by what I heard here today. Women are to be championed and revered, not objectified"; Trump responds that "Bill Clinton has said far worse", apologizing if his remarks offend anyone, with the soundbyte: "I never said I was perfect", responding to predictable calls to quit the race with "Zero chance I'll quit... the support I'm getting is unbelievable", adding: "Go behind closed doors of the holier-than-thou politicians and pundits and see what they're saying. I look like a baby"; on Oct. 8 Mike Pence pulls out of the Wisc. event with Ryan, adding that he's offended too but is "grateful that he has expressed remorse and apologized to the American people"; on Oct. 9 before the debate former New York City mayor defends Trump, with the soundbyte: "The fact is that men at times talk like that. Not all men, but men do. He was wrong for doing it. I am not justifying it. I believe it's wrong. I know he believes it's wrong. I believe that this is not the man that we're talking about today... Gosh almighty, he who is without sin here throw the first stone"; on Oct. 9 before the debate Pres. Obama weighs in with the soundbyte: "One of the most disturbing things about this election is just the unbelievable rhetoric coming at the top of the Republican ticket. I don't need to repeat it. There are children in the room, but demeaning women, degrading women, but also minorities, immigrants, people of other faiths, mocking the disabled, insulting our troops, insulting our veterans, that tells you a couple things. It tells you he is insecure enough that he pumps himself up by putting other people down. Not a character trait that I would advise for somebody in the Oval Office"; meanwhile WikiLeaks releases excerpts from Hillary Clinton's Wall Street speeches that were sent to her top aid John Podesta in Jan., calling Bernie Sanders supporters a "bucket of losers" and admitting that she tells the public one thing and believes another, with the soundbyte: "My dream is a hemispheric common market with open trade and open borders", causing political analyst David Wol to utter the soundbyte: "This will hit Hillary Clinton's campaign like a 9.0 earthquake when this is absorbed... This exposes her, literally, as a complete fraud" - and touchy-feely holier-than-thou male politicians are as big liars as Hillary? On Oct. 9 after they refuse to shake hands at the start, the Second Clinton-Trump Debate at Washington U. in St. Louis, Mo., moderated by Anderson Cooper of CNN and Martha Raddatz of ABC News sees Donald Trump deflect his p---y scandal by dismissing it as "locker room talk", and take it to Hillary Clinton, staring out by saying that she'd "be in jail" if he was president, and accusing her of rigging her nomination race against Bernie Sanders, saying he "never had a chance", calling her every name in the book incl. "devil", with the soundbyte: "There's never been anybody in the history of politics in this nation that's been so abusive to women" while she reciprocates, with "It's just awfully good that someone with the temperament of Donald Trump is not in charge of the law in this country, to which he replies "Because you'd be in jail"; during the debate a fly lands on Hillary's nose, and she doesn't flinch; she wears Angel perfume by French fashion designer Thierry Mugler (1948-), which smells like shit?, or it is her? :); Trump scores round 0 points by holding a press conference one hour before the debate with sexual misconduct accusers of Bill Clinton incl. Kathleen Willey, Juanita Broddrick, Paula Jones, and Kathy Shelton, whom he sits in the front row; Trump scores a round by calling her out on her attempt to explain away a WikiLeaks revelation that she admits to having separate public and private positions by comparing herself to Honest Abe Lincoln, with the soundbyte: "Look, she got caught in a total lie... Now she's blaming the lie on the late great Abraham Lincoln... Honest Abe never lied... That's the big difference between Abraham Lincoln and you" - Madame Secretary, you're no Abraham Lincoln? On Oct. 10 after the Clinton campaign continues harping on tapes showing him saying playboyish things, Donald Trump speaks at a rally in Ambridge, Penn., slamming her for her "hypocrisy", saying that he is "disqualified from office" for her email crimes, and uttering the soundbytes: "There's nothing Hillary Clinton won't do or say to obtain power, and it's about time people started to understand that" and "I'll tell you what, the only thing she's got going is the media. Without the media, she would not have a chance." On Oct. 11 after keeping his silence during the weekend, Repub. Nat. Committee chmn. Reince Priebus announces that the Repub. Party is still standing with Donald Trump. On Oct. 12 with abundant help from the liberal PC media, five women accuse Donald Trump of sexual assault, but not very much, claiming only that he kissed, hugged, or leered at them, incl. Rachel Crooks (b. 1983), People mag. ed. Natashya Strokonoff, er, Stoynoff, who claims he forced "his tongue down my throat" (and she didn't bite it off?), Mindy McGillvray (b. 1980), who claims he grapped her butt backstage at a Ray Charles concert (wanted to wipe it?), former Miss Washington Cassandra Searles, who claimed he "continually grabbed my ass and invited me to his hotel room"; only 74-y.-o. ugly Jessica Leeds claims that he inappropriately touched her on a first-class flight 35 years earlier, with the soundbyte: "He was like an octopus. His hands were everywhere"; four more women tell BuzzFeed that Trump walked in on them in their dressing room during the 1997 Miss Teen USA pageant; Trump responds by threatening to sew the NYT and telling a reporter "You are a disgusting human being... None of this ever took place" - so why bring it up now if they didn't bring it up then, call the police, sue, anything? On Oct. 13 after new sexual assault accusers appear on the liberal media, Donald Trump speaks at a rally in West Palm Beach, Fla., where he utters the soundbyte: "These vicious claims about me of inappropriate conduct with women are totally and absolutely false, and the Clintons know it, and they know it very well. These claims are all fabricated. They're pure fiction, and they're outright lies. These events never, ever happened and the people that said them meekly fully understand"; meanwhile First Lady Michelle Obama gives a speech at a Hillary Clinton rally in N.H. blasting Trump for his "demeaning attitude" toward women, with the soundbyte: "The fact is in this election we have a candidate for president of the United States who over the course of his lifetime and the course of this campaign has said things about women that are so shocking, so demeaning, I simply will not repeat anything here today. And last week we saw this candidate actually bragging about sexual assaulting women. I can't believe I'm saying that a candidate for president of the United States has bragged about sexually assaulting women", saying the lewd locker room comments "have shaken me to my core"; too bad, she adds that Trump's locker room talk "wasn't just locker room banter. This was a powerful individual speaking freely and openly about sexually predatory behavior", causing Mike Pence on Oct. 14 to utter the soundbyte: "I don't understand the basis of her claim. Wht he's made clear is that was talk, regrettable talk on his part, but that there were no actions and he's categorically denied these latest unsubstantiated allegations", responding to the question if he personally believes Trump with the soundbyte: "I do believe him. The Donald Trump that I've come to know... is someone who has a long record of not only loving his family, lifting his family up, but employing and promoting women in positions of authority in his company"; meanwhile her hubby Pres. Obama invites the campus anti-gun Cocks Not Glocks group to the White House, bringing their locker room talk with them along with rulers, which is PC because women are doing it along with men? On Oct. 17 pro-Hillary activist Zulema Rodriguez takes credit for organizing violent protests in Chicago, Ill. that forced Donald Trump to cancel a Mar. rally. On Oct. 17 after WikiLeaks releases another batch of emails about Hillary Clinton, revealing that U.S. undersecy. of state Patrick Kennedy requests that the FBI unclassify one of her emails in a quid pro quo deal with the U.S. State Dept. so that she could go on TV claiming she sent no classified emails, Donald Trump releases a video calling it "proof of corruption at the highest level" and "worse than Watergate",. describing the relationship as "a criminal enterprise" in a rally in Green Bay, Wisc., where he unveils his 5-point Drain the Swamp Plan, incl. a 5-year ban on all executive branch officials lobbying the govt. after leaving service, and closing loopholes for lobbyists. On Oct. 18 Ecuador announces that it's temporarily cutting WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange's Internet access at their embassy in London to stop him from "impacting on the U.S. election campaign"; a result of pressure by Obama's stooge John Kerry? On Oct. 19 the Third (last) Clinton-Trump Debate at the U. of Nev. in Las Vegas, Nev. sees Trump blast Hillary for unpunished crimes incl. her email business and the Clinton Foundation, and Hillary sweetly smiling back in lieu of a substantial answer, accusing Trump of using Chinese steel in his hotels and being Vladimir Putin's puppet while waiting for an obviously pre-planned late debate stunt where moderator Chris Wallace asks him if he would accept the results of Hillary were declared the winner, but never asking her that same question, after which the pro-Hillary liberal media jumps on him for not kissing her royal hiney and only saying that he'll wait until the election to decide, and gives her the stage for a pre-planned harangue about him trying to destroy our 240-y.-o. democracy, while forgetting about Al Gore in 2000, with the soundbyte: "Our country has been around for 240 years, and we're a country based on laws, and we have hot, contested elections going back to the very beginning, but one of our hallmarks has always been that we accept the outcomes of our election; Trump utters the soundbyte: "In an email sent to John Podesta on August 17, 2014, Hillary wrote that the governments of Qatar and Saudi Arabia are providing clandestine and financial and logistical support to ISIL. Yet, in that same year, Bill and Hillary accepted a check from Saudi Arabia... So Hillary thinks they are funding ISIS, but still takes their money. And you know their views on gays... and on women... I think she should give back the $25 to $35 million she's taken back from Saudi Arabia, and she should give it back fast", which makes the audience forget its orders to keep silent, booing her and chanting "Lock her up"; Trump accuses Pres. Obama of orchestrating the new military offensive on Mosul only to help Hillary win, even though it's Iran that's the real enemy in Iraq not ISIS, and he gave advance warning to ISIS leaders, allowing them to clear out beforehand; when confronted with the WikiLeaks info. that she dreams of open borders and trade, she lies that she was only talking about energy; all in all few minds were changed? On Oct. 20 (eve.) the 2016 Al Smith Dinner at the Chinese-owned Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York City sees Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton roast each other, with Hillary saying that she "took a break from my rigorous nap schedule" to attend, saying that since Trump threw away his TelePrompTers he has to translate his speeches from the "original Russian"; too bad, the lighthearted jokes soon turn serious, with Trump uttering the soundbyte: "Hillary is so corrupt, she got kicked off the Watergate Commission. How corrupt do you have to be to get kicked off the Watergate Commission? Pretty corrupt", drawing boos from the audience. On Oct. 22 AT&T agrees to buy Time Warner for $85.4B, causing Donald Trump on Oct. 24 to utter the soundbyte: "Donald Trump will break up the new media conglomerate oligopolies that have gained enormous control over our information, intrude into our personal lives, and in this election, are attempting to unduly influence America's political process." On Oct. 23 the Wall Street Journal pub. an article claiming that Hillary Clintn's close ally Terry McAuliffe authorized a $675K payment to Jill McCabe, wife of Andrew McCabe, a top official of the FBI, is who later promoted to deputy dir. and oversees the investigation into her secret server, causing RNC chmn. Reince Priebus to utter the soundbyte: "Given all we know about how the corrupt Clinton machine operates, it's hard not to see this as anything other than a down payment to influence the FBI's criminal investigation into Hillary Clinton's private email server." On Oct. 24 leftist filmmaker Michael Moore delivers a speech predicting a Donald Trump win, with the soudnbyte: "Trump's election will be the biggest fuck you in human history."

Time mag. cover, Nov. 9, 2016

On Nov. 1, 2016 Hillary Clinton speaks at a rally in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., going nonlinear at a heckler yelling "Bill Clinton is a rapist", with the fearmongering soundbyte: "I am sick and tired of the negative, dark, divisive, dangerous vision and the anger of people who support Donald Trump"; meanwhile her campaign spends big bucks to saturate the TV with dirty negative ads about Trump? On Nov. 2 Pres. Obama gives an interview to The Tom Moyner Morning Show, begging black voters to turn out for the U.S. pres. election, with the soundbyte: "If you really care about my presidency and what we've accomplished, you are going to go and vote. If we let this thing slip and I've got a situation where my last two months in office are preparing for a transition to Donald Trump, whose staff people have said that their primary agenda is to have him, in the first couple weeks, sit in the Oval Office and reverse every single thing that we've done ... even going on the Tom Joyner cruise won't help me then. If I'm on the cruise, I might jump off." On Nov. 3 Donald Trump speaks at a rally in Selma, N.C., blasting Pres. Obama for campaigning for Hillary Clinton, with the soundbytes: "We are led by stupid people, and one of them is campaigning too much... Why isn't he back in the White House bringing our jobs back?"; meanwhile on Nov. 4 Obama commutes the sentences of 72 more mainly nonviolent drug offenders, bringing the total to 944, incl. 760 this year. On Nov. 5 Donald Trump speaks at a rally in Reno, Nev., where somebody shouts "gun" and he is rushed off the stage by the Secret Service, after which it proves to be a false alarm. On Nov. 5 ISIS releases a video warning Am. Muslims not to vote in the Nov. 8 U.S. pres. election, calling those who do apostates, and calling instead for them to kill all voters. On Nov. 6 FBI dir. James Comey announces that the FBI has not changed its July conclusion to not recommend prosecution of Hillary Clinton for her email habits, pissing-off Donald Trump, who calls this proof that the system is rigged, uttering the soundbyte: "Hillary Clinton is guilty. She knows it, the FBI knows it, the people know it, and now it's up to the American people to deliver justice at the ballot box on November 8th." On Nov. 7 Dem. gov. Terry McAuliffe uses an autopen to pardon 60K felons just in time to vote for fellow Dem. Hillary Clinton. On Nov. 8 (Tues.) the 2016 U.S. pres. election makes a monkey out of the shamelessly pro-Hillary pollsters, with maverick Repub. billionaire Donald John Trump (1946-) and running mate Michael Richard "Mike" Pence (1959-) defeating Dem. establishment candidate Hillary Clinton and running mate Tim Kaine by 306-232 electoral votes (59,131,310 votes to 59,293,071), winning every battleground state (Fla., Iowa, Mich., N.C., Ohio, Penn., Wisc.) despite Hillary Hillary raising $521M and spending $237M on TV ads and $42M on hundreds of staffers, vs. $270M spent by Trump; Trump becomes the oldest person to be elected to a first term as U.S. pres. (vs. 69-y.-o. Ronald Reagan in 1980); the first time that three U.S. presidents are born the same year (Bill Clinton, George W. Bush); the 5th U.S. pres. born in New York (Martin Van Buren, Millard Fillmore, Theodore Roosevelt, Franklin D. Roosevelt), and 2nd born in New York City (Theodore Roosevelt); 4th U.S. pres. to win despite losing his home state (James K. Polk, Woodrow Wilson, Richard Nixon); during the night of Nov. 8/9 the Canadian govt. immigration Web site crashes; the Repubs. gain control of the U.S. Senate and U.S. House along with the White House for the first time since 1929; no surprise, after the newly-exposed biased liberal media kept asking Trump if he would accept a win by Hillary, there are massive anti-Trump protests around the U.S. by diehard leftists, along with secession movements in Calif. and Tex., and petitions asking the Electoral College to pick Clinton anyway. On Nov. 10 pres.-elect Donald Trump meets with Pres. Obama for 1-1/2 hours in the White House, after which Obama calls the meeting "excellent", with the soundbyte: "As I said last night my number one priority in the coming two months is trying to facilitate a transition that ensures our president-elect is successful. I have been very encouraged by the, I think, interest in President-elect Trump's wanting to work with my team around many of the issues that this great country faces, and I believe that it is important for all of us, regardless of party and regardless of political preferences to now come together, to work together... I want to emphasize to you as president-elect that we are now going to want to do everything to help you succeed because if you succeed the country succeeds"; too bad, after influence by Trump-hating Michelle Obama, the traditional photo-op with the two first couples outside the White House S entrance is cancelled. On Nov. 14 Pres. Obama gives his first press conference since the election, flopping about Donald Trump being unfit for office but never admitting that he has the right temperament to be trusted with the nuclear codes, with the soundbytes: "There are going to be certain aspects of his temperament that will not serve him well unless he recognizes them"; "Reality has a way of asserting itself"; "I don't think he is ideological. I think ultimately he's pragmatic, in that way. And that can serve him well", "It will be up to him to set up a team that he thinks will serve him well and reflect his policies", and he should "try to send some signals of unity and reach out to minority groups or women or others that were concerned about the tenor of the campaign." On Nov. 17 Donald Trump appoints U.S. lt. gen. Michael Flynn, former head of the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) (a registered Dem.) as his nat. security advisor. On Nov. 18 Donald Trump settles the lawsuits against over defunct Trump U. for $25M, without admitting guilt. On Nov. 18 (eve.) Mike Pence attends a performance of the Broadway musical Hamilton at the Richard Rodgers Theatre on Broadway, getting booed by the audience; at the end Brandon Victor Dixon, who plays Aaron Burr addresses him from the stage, with the soundbyte: "We, sir, we are the diverse America who are alarmed and anxious that your new administration will not protect us, our planet, our children, our parents or defend us and uphold our inalienable rights, sir." On Nov. 22 (Who Killed Kennedy Day) Donald Trump meets with reps of the liberal biased mainstream media, incl. CNN head Jeff Zucker, Meet the Press host Chuck Todd, Hillary lover George Stephanopoulos, Wolf Bltzer, Martha Raddatz, Gayle King, and Lester Holt, dressing them down for attempting to throw the election to Hillarious Clownton, telling Zucker: "I hate your network. Everyone at CNN is a liar, and you should be ashamed." Castro couldn't bear facing The Donald so he checked out? On Nov. 25 Cuban dictator (since Jan. 1, 1959) Fidel Castro (b. 1926) croaks in Havana, sparking massive celebrations in Little Havana, Miami, Fla.; Pres. Obama utters the soundbyte: "Fidel Castro was a larger than life leader who served his people for almost half a century... Both Mr. Castro's supporters and detractors recognized his tremendous dedication and love for the Cuban people, who had a deep and lasting affection for 'El Commandante'. I know my father was very proud to call him a friend, and I had the opportunity to meet Fidel when my father passed away", which Fla. Repub. Sen. Marco Rubo blasts as "a pathetic statement on the death of a dictator... with no mention of thousands he killed and imprisoned"; U.S. pres.-elect Donald Trump utters the soundbyte: "Today, the world marks the passing of a brutal dictator who oppressed his own people for nearly six decades. Fidel Castro's legacy is one of firing squads, theft, unimaginable suffering, poverty and the denial of fundamental human rights."

On Dec. 1, 2016 U.S. pres.-elect Donald T. Rump, er, Donald J. Trump holds his first thank-you rally in Cincinnati, Ohio, announcing his appointment of James "Mad Dog" Mathis as U.S. defense secy., uttering the soundbyte "We shattered that blue wall". On Dec. 2 Donald Trump speaks on the telephone with Taiwan pres. Tsai Ing-wen, pissing-off the Chinese, who lodge a protest with the U.S. On Dec. 7 Time mag. names Donald Trump their 2016 Person of the Year; in 2015 he was runner-up to German chancellor Angela Merkel. On Dec. 11 a bipartisan group of U.S. senators incl. Repubs. John McCain and Lindsey Graham, and Dems. Chuck Schumer and Jack Reed call for a congressional probe into whether Russia influences the U.S. pres. election for Trump, whose team replies: "These are the same people that said Saddam Hussein had weapons of mass destruction. The election ended a long time ago in one of the biggest Electoral College victories in history. It's now time to move on and Make America Great Again." On Dec. 15 sore loser Hillary Clinton makes her first public comments that she won't dispute the election results NOT, with the soundbyte that Russian pres. Vladimir attempted to "undermine our democracy" because he had a "personal beef" with her, claiming "It's part of a long-term strategy to cause us to doubt ourselves" - your endless lies don't? On Dec. 16 First Lady Michelle Obama gives her final White House interview to Oprah Winfrey, putting a bookend on her 2008 remarks that "For the first time in my adult life I am proud of my country because it feels like hope is finally making a comeback", with the soundbyte: "Now we're feeling what not having hope feels like. Hope is necessary", adding that she wishes that a "grownup" should be in charge of the country instead of you know who. On Dec. 16 Pres. Obama gives his last press conference of 2016, accusing Russian pres. Vladimir Putin of cyberattacks attempting to interfere with the U.S. election, claiming that when he told him in Sept. to "cut it out" they stopped, hampering Dem. efforts to sway Repub. electors against Trump. On Dec. 18 Ariz. Repub. RINO Sen. John McCain gives an interview to CNN's "State of the Union", claiming that Russian hacking of the 2016 election threatens to "destroy democracy" - duh, how many votes did Putin get? Is he calling for war? On Dec. 19 after calls by the Dems. to ignore the vote counts and blame the Russians for rigging the election to vote for Hillary instead of Trump, the U.S. Electoral College votes for ?. On Dec. 19 after calls by the Dems. to ignore the vote counts and blame the Russians for rigging the election to vote for Hillary instead of Trump, the U.S. Electoral College votes for Trump anyway by 304 vs. 227 for Clinton; four electors in Wash. flop on Clinton, voting for Colin Powell, and one votes for environmental activist Faith Spotted Eagle of S.D.; two Repub. electors in Tex. flop on Trump; one Dem. elector in Hawaii flops on Clinton, voting for Bernie Sanders; one elector in Colo. tries to vote for John Kasich, but it fired.

Trump Rooster in China, 2017 U.S. Pres. Donald John Trump (1946-) U.S. First Lady Melania Trump (1970-) U.S. Vice-Pres. Mike Pence (1959-) Karen Pence of the U.S. (1958-) Ivanka Trump (1981-) Gen. James N. Mattis of the U.S. (1950-) Gen. John Francis Kelly of the U.S. (1950-) Gary David Cohn of the U.S. (1960-) Sean Michael Spicer of the U.S. (1971-) Ajit Varadaraj Pai of the U.S. (1973-) Mike Pompeo of the U.S. (1963-) Madonna (1958-) in Pussyhat, Jan. 21, 2017

2017 Chinese Year: Rooster (Jan. 28); late last Dec. Taiyuan, Shanxi, China erects a giant Trump Rooster Statue outside a shopping mall. On Jan. 2 after North Korean dictator Kim Jong-il pledges to step-up efforts to test-fire an ICBM this year, Donald Trump tweets the soundbyte: "It won't happen!" On Jan. 3 Pres. Obama expands the power of the Nat. Security Agency (NSA) to share raw sigint (globally intercepted personal communications) with 16 other intel agencies, making it easier for anti-Trump moles to leak info. after he takes office. On Jan. 5 lame duck Pres. Obama holds a meeting with vice-pres. Joe Biden, FBI dir. Jim Comey, Atty. Gen. Sally Yates, and nat. security advisor Susan Rice, telling them to consider withholding nat. intel from the incoming Trump admin. in case they were compromised by Russia. On Jan. 8 (eve.) the 2017 (74th) Golden Globes Awards, presented at the Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills, Calif by Jimmy Fallon is a coup for "La La Land", which wins seven; the awards show is full of liberal Hollyweird stars giving speeches dissing Donald Trump, esp. Cecil B. Demille lifetime achievement award winner Meryl Streep, causing Trump to Tweet that "she's one of the most over-rated actresses in Hollywood". On Jan. 10 (eve.) Pres. Obama delivers his farewell address at McCormick Place in Chicago, Ill., responding to cries of "four more years" with "I can't do that", and issuing a parting shot at Donald Trump with the soundbyte: "For every two steps forward, it often feels we take one step back." On Jan. 11 pres.-elect Donald Trump gives a news conference (first in 162 days), continuing his trademark style of never backing down on anything, refusing to put his assets in a blind trust or release his tax returns, and brushing off all attempts to frame him on being Putin's puppet, and telling Jim Acosta that his CNN is "fake news". On Jan. 15 (eve.) Donald Trump gives an interview to The Washington Post, in which he utters the soundbyte that he is planning on replacing Obamacare with a plan that will provide "insurance for everybody". On Jan. 19 (eve.) after Donald Trump and his family land ceremoniously in Washington, D.C., the Deploraball in Washington, D.C. for Trump supporters is crashed by hundreds of black mask-wearing anarchist protesters; performers incl. country star Toby Keith; fake news outlet CNN is disinvited. On Jan. 19 Route 1 to Jerusalem opens to traffic. On Jan. 19 the Obama admin. scrambles to generate the Trump-Russia collusion scandal within 24 hours of Pres. Trump's inaguration. The don of a new era? On Jan. 20 (12:00 a.m.) (7th min. of the 7th hour on the eve of the Hebrew sabbath) (during a sudden light shower) the 2017 (66th) U.S. Pres. Inauguration in Washington, D.C. sees New York City-born, Queens, N.Y.-raised Wharton School-educated real estate billionaire and TV personality (Presbyterian?) Donald John Trump (1946-) (Hebrew numerical value 424, same as Messiah Ben David AKA King David, who died at age 7, vs. Hillary Rodham Clinton = 255 = Amalek) (Secret Service codename: Mogul) (known for using 8th grade language filled with repetition) become Repub. U.S. pres. #45 (until ? (70 years, 70 mo. and 7 days old - oldest elected U.S. pres.) (married 3x) (five children and eight grandchildren); former gov. #50 of Ind. (2013-17) Michael Richard "Mike" Pence (1959-) (Secret Service codename: Hoosier) becomes U.S. vice-pres. #48 (until ?); the end of a globalized U.S.? the inauguration is watched by 30.6M TV viewers on 12 TV networks, becoming the 2nd highest Nielsen rating since 1981; before the ceremony Trump attends a private religious service at St. John's Episcopal Church, led by Southern Baptist Rev. Robert Jeffries; First Lady is Slovenian-born Melania Trump (Melanija Knavs or Knauss) (1970-) (Secret Service codename: Muse), insisting that the White House be exorcised before moving in; at the inauguration she wears a baby-blue dress and jacket from Ralph Lauren, stirring comparisons with Jackie Kennedy; Second Lady is Kan.-born wears a baby-blue dress and jacket from Ralph Lauren, stirring comparisons with Jackie Kennedy; Second Lady is Kan.-born Karen Sue Pence (nee Batten) (1958-) (Secret Service codename: Hummingbird); Trump's hotshot daughter (2nd First Lady?) is New York City-born Ivanka Marie Trump (1981-) (Secret Service codename: Marvel), who wears a white Oscar de la Renta dress at the inauguration; the inauguration is boycotted by 67 Dem. congresspersons (most since Abraham Lincoln), but not Hillary and Bill Clinton, who are thanked by Trump at the luncheon in the Capitol; Trump's cabinet picks incl. no Hispanics (first time since 1981); a screaming woman in a lime jacket stinks the inauguration speech up; Trump's 2017 Inauguration Speech punches the Washington, D.C. establishment in the mouth while telling the American People that they run it now, repeating the phrase "America First"; on Jan. 20 retired USMC gen. James N. "Mad Dog" Mattis (1950-) becomes U.S. secy. of defense #26 (until ?); on Jan. 20 retired USMC gen. John Francis Kelly (1950-) becomes U.S. homeland secy. #5 (until ?); Sean Michael Spicer (1971-) becomes White House press secy. #30 (until July 21); within a few hours of taking the oath of office, Trump signs a sweeping executive order to federal agencies to "ease the burden" of Obamacare in preparation for its total abolition. On Jan. 20 after receiving a $285M severance package from Goldman Sachs, where he was pres. since 2006, Cleveland, Ohio-born Jewish-Am. investment banker Gary David Cohn (1960-) becomes dir. #11 of the Nat. Economic Council, making him Pres. Trump's chief economic advisor (until Mar. 6, 2018). On Jan. 20 (eve.) Zeke Miller of Time mag. reports that the bust of Martin Luther King Jr. in the Oval Office of the White House has been removed; he quickly issues a correction and apology; actually, a bust of Winston Churchill that was removed by Pres. Obama was returned and placed in a new spot. On Jan. 21 (day after his inauguration) the anti-Trump 2017 Disrupt J20 Women's March (1st Annual Women's March), funded by leftist puppetmaster George Soros sweeps the globe from Australia to the U.S. and U.K., attended by 3.2M-5.2M; 200K protest in downtown Washington, D.C.; pop star Madonna wears a pussy hat, designed by Jayna Zweiman (1978-), and mentions dreams of "blowing up the White House"; protesters carry signs reading "Pussy trumps tyranny", "Keep your politics off my pussy", "Stay cunty", and "My neck, my back, my pussy will grab back"; no arrests are made. On Jan. 21 Pres. Trump meets with the CIA, declaring that the U.S. must totally eradicate "radical Islamic terrorism" from the "face of the Earth". On Jan. 23 Pres. Trump signs an executive order withdrawing the U.S. from the 12-nation Trans-Pacific Partnership, which he called "a rape of our country"; he is backed by progressive Dems. and labor groups, and opposed by establishment Repubs. and economists; he also signs an executive order to defund Internat. Planned Parenthood, leaving the U.S.-based corporation for Congress; he also signs an executive order freezing federal hiring, except for the military. On Jan. 23 U.S. Rep. (R-Kan.) (2011-17) Michael Richard "Mike" Pompeo (1963-) becomes U.S. CIA dir. (until ?). On Jan. 23 Indian-Am. Repub. atty. Ajit Varadaraj Pai (1973-), known as a big critic of regulation incl. Net Neutrality becomes U.S. FCC chmn. (until ?) On Jan. 24 Pres. Trump signs executive orders reopening the Keystone XL and Dakota Access pipline projects, guaranteeing all U.S.-made steel. On Jan. 25 Pres. Trump signs an executive order to beg planning for a border wall with Mexico, vowing to begin construction within months, and make the Mexican govt. pay for it. On Jan. 25 the Dow Jones Industrial Avg. hits 20K for the first time. On Jan. 25 artist Christo cancels his 25-y.-o. project "Over the River" to hang a silvery fabric along a 42-mi. stretch of the Arkansas River in SC Colo., ostensibly in protest against Pres. Trump. On Jan. 26 after denouncing his new border security measures, Mexican pres. Enrique Pena Nieto cancels his planned visit to the U.S. to meet with Pres Trump.; the Trump Wall would reduce cash flow to the cartels that financed Nieto's pres. campaign? On Jan. 26 (1:30 p.m.) Pres. Dump Truck, er, Trump visits the U.S. Dept. of Homeland Security HQ, and utters the soundbyte: "A nation without borders is not a nation. Beginning today, the United States of America gets back control of its borders", then signs the executive order "Protecting the Nation From Foreign Terrorist Entry Into the United States", tightening U.S. immigration policies, indefinitely banning refugees from Syria, and banning refugees from other countries for 120 days, plus 30 days more for Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, and Yemen; refugees to be admitted this year will be cut from 110K to 50K; on Jan. 27 after answering critics with "We can't take chances", Trump tells Christian Broadcasting Network that he will help persecuted Christians; Iraq retaliates by banning U.S. travelers, as does Iran; on Jan. 29 Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz announces that they will hire 10K refugees over the next five years, while U.S. Senate minority leader (D-N.Y.) Chuck Schumer calls Trump's order "mean-spirited and un-American... bad for America, bad for our national security", claiming it goes against "what America has always been about", breaking into tears, which Trump calls "fake tears"; too bad, Trump omits dangerous Muslim nations Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Turkey, UAE et al., maybe because some are where he has business ties? On Jan. 27 former U.S. Repub. gov. #116 (2011-17) Nimrata "Nikki" Haley (nee Randhawa) (1972-) becomes U.S. ambassador to the U.N. (until ?). On Jan. 27 the anti-abortion 2017 March for Life is heartily supported by Pres. Trump; Mike Pence becomes the first U.S. vice-pres. to give a speech at one, containing the soundbytes: "Life is winning again in America", "We will not rest until we restore a culture of life in America for ourselves and our posterity", and "Next week President Donald Trump will announce a Supreme Court nominee who will uphold the God-given liberty enshrined in our Constitution in the tradition of the late and great Justice Antonin Scalia", calling for ending taxpayer-funded abortions. On Jan. 28 Pres. Trump signs an executive order banning former admin. officials from lobbying for five years, along with an order to his generals to give him a plan to defeat ISIS in 30 days, restructuring the Nat. Security Council and Homeland Security Council; meanwhile at 9:00 p.m. U.S. federal judge Ann Donnelly of New York stays Trump's executive orders, preventing the govt. from deporting the 200 citizens from banned countries who already arrived in the U.S. from being deported, but leaving his orders intact. On Jan. 30 Pres. Trump signs an executive order requiring federal agencies to cut two existing regulations for every new one they introduce. On Jan. 30 after the White House deliberately omits mention of the Jewish Shoah or Nazi anti-Semitism in its recognition of Internat. Holocaust Remembrance Day, the pissed-off Holocaust Museum issues a statement telling them what's what. On Jan. 30 Pres. Trump fires acting U.S. atty.-gen. Sally Caroline Quillian Yates (1960-) after she refuses to enforce his travel restrictions on Muslim countries; she is replaced by Obama appointee Dana James Boente (1954-) of the Eastern District of Va. On Jan. 30 Pres. Trump issues a tweet calling the media "the opposition party". On Jan. 30-31 a Reuter/Ipsos Poll finds that 49% of Am. adults agree with Trump's executive order on immigration, vs. 41% who disagree, and 15% who are undecided. On Jan. 31 former labor secy. #24 (2001-9) Elaine Lan Chao (1953-) becomes U.S. transportation secy. #18 (until ?). On Jan. 31 Pres. Trump nominates Denver, Colo.-born federal judge Neil McGill Gorsuch (1967-) (son of former EPA head Anne Gorsuch) for the U.S. Supreme Court, causing Dems. to run half-scared at the likelihood of his approval? In Jan. former U.S. secy. of state John Kerry meets with top PLO negotiator Hussein Agha in London, telling him to "be strong", "play for time", and "not yield to President Trump's demands", urging him to attack Trump personally, like he did a year earlier when he cursed Trump with the soundbyte "May your house be destroyed".

Rex Wayne Tillerson of the U.S. (1952-) Rick Perry of the U.S. (1950-) Betsy DeVos of the U.S. (1958-) Jeff Sessions of the U.S. (1946-)) Wilbur Ross of the U.S. (1937-) Steve Mnuchin of the U.S. (1962-) Tom Price of the U.S. (1954-) Andy Puzder of the U.S. (1950-) Mick Mulvaney of the U.S. (1967-) U.S. Adm. Robert Harward Jr. of the U.S. U.S. Gen. Herbert Raymond 'H.R.' McMaster (1962-) Scott Pruitt of the U.S. (1968-) R. Alexander Acosta of the U.S. (1968-) Devin Nunes of the U.S. (1973-)

On Feb. 1, 2017 ExxonMobil CEO (2006-16) Rex Wayne Tillerson (1952-) becomes U.S. secy. of state #69 (until Mar. 31, 2018). On Feb. 1 new U.S. nat. security adviser Michael Flynn makes his first public statement, and announces that it is "officially putting Iran on notice" after its ballistic missile tests and an Iranian-backed Houthi rebel attack on a Saudi warship. On Feb. 2 (a.m.) Pres. Trump addresses the Nat. Prayer Breakfast in Washington, D.C., opening with the soundbyte about Trump critic Arnold Schwarzenegger and his poor ratings hosting "The Apprentice": "I want to just pray for Arnold, if we can, for those ratings"; he also utters the soundbytes that "religious freedom is under threat", and vowing to "get rid of an totally destroy the Johnson Amendment" that bars pastors from endorsing candidates from the pulpit - unless they're black? On Feb. 3 federal judge James Robart in Seattle, Wash. orders a nat. halt to enforcement of Pres. Trump's 7-nation travel ban, causing Trump to tweet the soundbyte: "The opinion of this so-called judge, which essentially takes law-enforcement away from our country, is ridiculous and will be overturned!" On Feb. 6 British House of Commons speaker (since June 22, 2009) John Simon Bercow (1963-) stinks himself up by calling for Pres. Trump to be banned from speaking in the House - don't have a cow? On Feb. 7 after a 50-50 tie is broken by U.S. vice-pres. Mike Pence (first time ever for a cabinet apointee), billionaire Repub. Reformed Christian Elisabeth "Betsy" DeVos (nee Prince) (1958-) (proponent of de-federalization of schools and archenemy of featherbedded teachers unions) becomes U.S. education secy. #11 (until ?); on Feb. 7 U.S. Rep. Thomas Massie (R-Ky.) introduces a bill to abolish the U.S. Dept. of Education on Dec. 31, 2018, with the soundbyte: "Neither Congress nor the President, through his appointees, has the constitutional authority to dictate how and what our children must learn"; during her confirmation hearings DeVos gave the example of how a rural school in grizzly country in Wyo. might need to keep a gun to deal with grizzlies as an example of why central planning from Washington, D.C. won't work, which the lying PC media twists into a statement that all schools need guns to fight grizzlies to prove she's unqualified. On Feb. 8 Pres. meets with U.S. big city police chiefs and sheriffs, and blasts the so-called judges pretending to deliberate on his suspended travel ban apparently solely on the basis that they are Islamophiles and don't like Trump's campaign statement that he wanted to ban all Muslims, not just ones from terrorist countries like in his executive order, which was a backing down, uttering the soundbyte: "Anyone would understand this. This is for the security of the country.. Because you could be a lawyer, or you don't have to be a lawyer. If you were a good student in high school or a bad student in high school, you could understand this", blasting the oral arguments presented to the super-leftist U.S. 9th Circuit "Circus" Court of Appeals in San Francisco (most overturned in the U.S.) the night before, with the soundbyte: "We're talking about things that had just nothing to do with it"; the real reason a cabal of liberal justices iintervened is to appease the Muslim World, even at the cost of destroying the U.S. Constitution in an attempted power grab and coup; the 3-judge panel incl. Michelle T. Friedland, William C. Canby Jr., and Richard R. Clifton; too bad, they intervened too quickly, before any pres. order banning all Muslims, much less a congressional order, and shot their bolt and gave themselves away so that they can be removed before they get another chance? On Feb. 8 after a desperate attack on him by Dems., who claim he is a white supremacist in disguise, U.S. Sen. (R-Ala.) (since Jan. 3, 1997) Jefferson Beauregard "Jeff" Sessions (1946-) becomes U.S. atty. gen. #84 (until Nov. 7, 2018). On Feb. 9 the super-liberal U.S. 9th Court of Appeals in San Francisco upholds Seattle Judge James Robert's restraining order on Pres. Trump's travel ban from seven Muslim nations in a purely political decision designed to let as many illegals rush in as possible, failing to even state the law involved, 8 U.S. Code 1182, and spitting in Trump's face for his assertion that the court doesn't have any constitutional authority to second-guess his order because the defense of nat. borders is solely the responsibility of Congress and the president, with the soundbyte: "There is no precedent to support this claimed unreviewability, which runs contrary to the fundamental structure of our constitutional democracy", causing Trump to tweet: "See you in court, the security of our nation is at stake!" On Feb. 9 senior Trump adviser Kellyanne Conway issues a free add for Ivanka Trump's clothing line in her official capacity on TV, violating ethics rules and causing the PC police to come out, after which she is given counseling and the matter dropped by the Trump admin., if not the Dems. On Feb. 10 U.S. Rep. (R-Ga.) (2005-) and physician Thomas Edmund "Tom" Price (1954-) becomes U.S. secy. of health and human services #23 (until ?). On Feb. 13 Pres. Trump meets in the White House with Islamonymphomaniac Canadian PM Justin Trudeau, who announces that "We continue to pursue our policies of openness towards immigration and refugees without compromising security", while Trump continues his hard line on refugees and illegal immigrants. On Feb. 13 Goldman Sachs banker Steven Terner "Steve" Mnuchin (1962-) becomes U.S. treasury secy. #77 (until ?). On Feb. 13 after admitting that he lied to U.S. vice-pres. Mike Pence about discussions with Russia over sanctions (a possible violation of the 1799 U.S. Logan Act), U.S. nat. security adviser Gen. Michael Flynn resigns; he already was convicted in 2015 for mishandling classified info; on Feb. 13 Pres. Trump offers the position to retired vice-adm. Robert S. "Bob" Harward Jr., who passes, after which on Feb. 20 Trump nominates U.S. Army lt. gen. Herbert Raymond "H.R." "the Iconoclast" McMaster (1962-), who on ? becomes U.S. nat. security advisor #26 (until ?). On Feb. 16 U.S. Rep. (R-S.C.) (2011-) John Michael "Mick" Mulvaney (1967-) becomes OMB dir. #? (until ?). On Feb. 16 A Day Without Immigrants is a gen. strike around the U.S. - Trump supporters wish they'd never quit striking? On Feb. 16 after a sudden urge, Pres. Trump gives a long (75 min.) press conference, his first solo press conference, redefining the concept, calling his admin. a "fine-tuned machine" and lambasting the press for bias and hate, claiming that he inherited a "mess" and denying all stories about his campaign being in constant contact with Russia as "fake news", blaming the resignation of Michael T. Flynn on leaks, and uttering the soundbyte: "Tomorrow they will say Donald Trump rants and raves at the press. I'm not ranting and raving, I'm just telling you. You know, you're dishonest people. but, but I'm not ranting and raving. I love this. I'm having a good time doing it." On Feb. 16 Hardee's and Carl's Jr. CEO (since Sept. 2000) Andrew Franklin "Andy" Puzder (1950-) resigns, and on Feb. 16 Pres. Trump nominates R. Alexander Acosta (1968-), who on Apr. 28 becomes U.S. labor secy. #27 (until ?). On Feb. 17 Okla. Repub. atty. gen. #17 (since Jan. 10, 2011) Edward Scott Pruitt (1968-) (activist against the EPA's activist agenda, as well as gay marriage, the Affordable Care Act, and abortion) becomes EPA admin. #14 (until ?). On Feb. 17 Pres. Trump tweets the soundbyte: "The FAKE NEWS media (failing @nytimes, @NBCNews, @ABC, @CBS, @CNN) is not my enemy, it is the enemy of the American People!" On Feb. 23 U.S. secy. of state Rex Tillerson and homeland security secy. John Kelly meet with Mexican foreign affairs secy. Luis Videgaray in Mexico City, who complains that Mexico "does not have to accept provisions that one government wants unilaterally to impose on another", threating to go to the U.N. to defend human rights of Mexicans, while they respond: "In our meetings, we jointly acknowledged that, in a relationship filled with vibrant colors, two strong sovereign countries from time to time will have differences. We listened closely and carefully to each other as we respectfully and patiently raised our respective concerns." On Feb. 24 the Pentagon announces that it's ditching Pres. Obama's names for it and calling it ISIS. On Feb. 27 "King of Bankruptcy" billionaire investor ($2.9B) Wilbur Louis Ross Jr. (1937-) becomes U.S. commerce secy. #39 (until ?). On Feb. 28 ((eve.) Pres. Trump addresses a joint session of Congress, giving a speech that finally makes him look presidential, starting with the soundbyte: "Tonight, as we mark the conclusion of our celebration of Black History Month, we are reminded of our nation's path toward civil rights and the work that still remains. Recent threats targeting Jewish Community Centers and vandalism of Jewish cemeteries, as well as last week's shooting in Kansas City, remind us that while we may be a nation divided on policies, we are a country that stands united in condemning hate and evil in all its forms", going on to use the term radical Islamic terrorism" so much hated by Pres. Obama, and announcing a new VOICE (Victims of Immigration Crime Engagement office in the Dept. of Homeland Security, drawing groans from the usually icily quiet Dems., who do stand and clap for veterans, paid family leave, a tribute to U.S. Navy SEAL Senior Chief William "Ryan" Owens et al., and ending with a very presidential call for unity, silencing many critics, with the soundbyte: "Everything that is broken in our country can be fixed. Every problem can be solved. And every hurting family can find healing, and hope. "Our citizens deserve this, and so much more — so why not join forces to finally get it done? On this and so many other things, Democrats and Republicans should get together and unite for the good of our country, and for the good of the American people." In Feb. the exasperated loser Dems. begin making allegations of sinister connections between Pres. Trump and Vladimir Putin, calling for an investigation by the House select committee on intelligence, which chmn. U.S. Rep. (R-Calif.) (2015-) Devin Gerald Nunes (1973-) rejects, saying that it isn't necessary because "there's nothing there", and it would amount to a "witch hunt"; on Mar. 1 after stating under oath on Jan. 17 that he has never been in contact with the Russian govt. about the 2016, election U.S. atty.-gen. Jeff Sessions is accused by the Wall Street Journal of being investigated for ilegal contact with the Russians, which he denies, but adds that he talked with Russian ambassador Sergey Kislyak about Ukraine and terrorism, causing Trump-hating U.S. Sen. (D-S.C.) Lindsey Graham to call for him to recuse himself from any investigations, and Trump-hating U.S. Rep. (D-Calif.) Nancy Pelosi to accuse him of lying under oath and call for his resignation, which is seconded by Trump-hating Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer, causing Sessions to recuse himself on Mar. 2; on Mar. 3 Pres. Trump tweets that he has full confidence in Sessions, that Schumer and Pelosi had meetings with the same ambassador, and should be investigated instead; on Mar. 4 (early a.m.) Trump issues more tweets that "sick" Pres. Obama had his "phones tapped in Trump Tower" before the election; on Mar. 13 White House press secy. Sean Spicer explains that "The President used the word wiretapes in quotes to mean, broadly, surveillance and other activities"; on Apr. 6 despite Speaker Paul Ryan expressing full confidence in him, Nunes temporarily steps down from the U.S. House investigation on Russia's meddling in the U.S. pres. election, calling ethics charges by the Office of Congressional Ethics claiming he made unauthorized disclosures of classified info. "entirely false and politically motivated".

Dan Coats of the U.S. (1943-)

On Mar. 3, 2017 Pres. Trump visits the new nuclear-powered USS Gerald R. Ford, which he calls "a monument of American might", vowing to pump billions of dollars into new military hardware. On Mar. 6 (Mon.) Pres. Trump signs a revised executive order barring citizens from six Muslim-majority nations from the U.S. for 90 days starting Mar. 16, with Iraq removed; on Mar. 15 his order is blocked by Honolulu, Hawaii federal judge Derrick Kahala Watson, an appointee and Harvard Law School classmate of Pres. Obama, who visited his town 48 hours earlier, and decides to elect himself to the White House in an arrogant abuse of judicial power. On Mar. 8 A Day Without a Woman sees protests by anti-Trump women across the U.S. On Mar. 8 U.S. homeland security secy. John F. Kelly announces that illegal immigration across the SW U.S. border plummeted since Pres. Trump took office, with coyotes hiking their rates from $3.5K to $8K. On Mar. 15 Donald Trump's tax returns for 2005 are leaked, with Trump-hater Rachel MadCow, er, Maddow of MSNBC stinking herself up by crowing that they prove that Trump is a tax cheat, liar, and parasite, but instead showing that he paid $38M in taxes on a profit of $150M, and not zero like Hillary's people were claiming, at a 35% rate that is higher than Obama's or Bernie Sanders'. On Mar. 16 U.S. Sen. (R-Ind.) (2011-17) Daniel Ray "Dan" Coats (1943-) becomes U.S. nat. intel dir. #5 (until ?). On Mar. 19 popular TV judge Andrew Napolitano claims that Pres. Obama asked British intel officials to wiretap Trump Tower, causing Fox News to fire him. On Mar. 24 after mo. of wrangling between themselves over Pres. Trump's new Am. Health Care Act (AHCA) health care bill to replace Obamacare, which some call Ryancare or Obamacare 2.0, causing Trump to issue various ultimatums and call for a floor vote, speaker Paul Ryan pulls it before the scheduled vote after failing to convince enough Repubs. to vote for it and at Trump's request; no Dems. will vote for it either way; Obamacare remains the law of the land. On Mar. 27 after it is revealed that he met on the White House grounds with a source claiiming that communications involving Pres. Trump and/or his associates were caught up in "incidental" surveillance, U.S. Rep. (D-Calif.) Adam Schiff, top Dem. on the House Intel Committee calls on U.S. Rep. (R-Calif.) Devin Nunes to recuse himself from the witch hunt investigation into possible ties between Pres. Trump's campaign and Russia. On Mar. 28 after slithering out of her rock, Hillary Clinton gives a speech to businesswomen in San Francisco, Calif. dissing Pres. Trump, with the soundbyte: "These are bad policies that will hurt people and take our country in the wrong direction. It's the kinds of things you think about when you take long walks in the woods... Resist, insist, persist, enlist"; she gives the speech dressed up like the Joker? On Mar. 29 Donald Trump's daughter Ivanka Trump is given the special job of asst. to the U.S. pres., with no salary.

On Apr. 3, 2017 (2:40 p.m.) an explosion of a shrapnel-filled bomb at the Sennaya Ploshchad Metro Station in St. Petersburg, Russia kills 14 and injures 49 while pres. Vladimir Putin is visiting the city (his hometown); another bomb is found and dismantled; Pres. Trump talks on the phone with Vladimir Putin about it; the suspect is Islamist 23-y.-o. ?. On Apr. 3 Pres. Trump meets in the White House with Egyptian pres. Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, promising a U.S. military buildup "probably more than ever before", and praising him as doing a "fantastic job", promising "strong support" for battling terrorism. On Apr. 6 (8:40 p.m. ET) in response to the gassing attack of children et al., as he sat down to dinner with Chinese leader Xi Jinping in Palm Beach, Pres. Trump orders a 59-missile Tomahawk cruise missile ($1.5M apiece) strike by USS Ross and USS Porter on the Shayrat Airfield in Homs Province, where the attack originated "to prevent and deter the spread and use of deadly chemical weapons"; Dems. Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi endorse the action, while most other Dems. condemn it because he didn't ask Congress for permission first, which isn't required by law. On Apr. 12, 2017 U.S. secy. of state Rex Tillerson meets in Moscow with Russian pres. Vladimir Putin; meanwhile in the White House Pres. Trump utters the soundbytes: "We may be at an all-time low in terms of relationship with Russia", and "I said it [NATO] was obsolete. It's no longer obsolete", dropping his characterization of China as a currency manipulator to get them to help him spank Kim Jong-un's hiney et al., and announcing "We are sending an armada" to deal with pesky North Korea, incl. aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson. The Trump admin. fires the first 21st cent. shot heard around the world, but not quite on Friday the 13th? On Apr. 13 (7:00 p.m. local time) (Thur.) the U.S. drops its 21.6K-lb. GBU-43/B MOAB (Massive Ordinance Air Bomb) (Mother of All Bombs) (largest non-nuclear bomb in its arsenal) in Nangarhar Province, Achin District, E Afghanistan on an ISIS tunnel and cave complex, becoming the first use in combat, killing 94 ISIS fighters incl. four cmdrs.; the U.S. had already decimated ISIS forces in Afghanistan by 80% to about 600; U.S. Gen. John Nicholson made the decision to drop the big bomb, not Pres. Trump. On Apr. 19 Fox News kicks cable's top news anchor Bill O'Reilly off The O'Reilly Factor amid sexual harassment allegations, changing the name to The Factor - score one for the anti-Trump crowd? On Apr. 24 Pres. Trump meets with U.N. Security Council ambassadors at the White House, describing the U.N. as an "underperformer", complaining about costs going "out of control", and how unfair it is that the U.S. has to pay 22% of the operating budget and 28.6% of the peacekeeping budget; with the soundbyte: "It hasn't lived up to the potential. I see a day when there's a conflict where the United Nations, you get together, and you solve the conflict. You just don't see the United Nations, like, solving conflicts. I think that's going to start happening now." On Apr. 25 U.S. federal judge William Orrick III in San Francisco blocks Pres. Trump's order to withhold federal funds from sanctuary cities, claiming that the city of San Francisco and county of Santa Clara are likely to succeed in proving it unconstitutional, foiling plans by the U.S. Dept. of Justice to cut-off funding to eight sanctuary cities if they don't provide proof that they are deliberaly sheltering illegal aliens; Orrick previously raised $200K for Obama. On Apr. 25 Pres. Trump speaks at the U.S. Holocaust Museum's Days of Remembrance in the Capitol Rotunda in Washington, D.C., uttering the soundbytes: "This is my pledge to you: we will confront anti-Semitism,. We will stamp out prejudice, we will condemn hatred, we will bear witness and we will act", "Those who deny the Holocaust are an accomplice to this horrible evil. We'll never be silent, we just won't. We will never, ever be silent in the face of evil again", and "The state of Israel is an eternal monument to the undying strength of the Jewish people." On Apr. 27 Pres. gives an interview to Reuters, uttering the soundbyte: "I loved my previous life. I had so many things going. This is more work than in my previous life. I thought it would be easier." On Apr. 29 Pres. Trump's Day 100 comes after signing 24 executive orders (most since WWII), 22 pres. memoranda, 20 pres. proclamations, and 28 bills, none major. On Apr. 29 protesters in 600 U.S. cities stage an anti-Trump March for Science. d my previous life. I had so many things going. This is more work than in my previous life. I thought it would be easier."

On May 2, 2017 Hillary Clinton gives an interview to Christiane Amanpour of CNN, claiming that if the election had been held on Oct. 27, "I would be your president", and uttering the soundbyte: "I was on the way to winning, until the combination of Jim Comey's letter on October 28th, and Russian WikiLeaks raised doubts in the minds of people who were inclined to vote for me, but got scared off", causing Pres. Trump to Tweet: "FBI Director Comey was the best thing that ever happened to Hillary Clinton in that the gave her a free pass for many bad deeds!", and "Trump/Russia story was an excuse used by the Democrats as justification for losing the election. Perhaps Trump just ran a great campaign?" On May 3 Pres. Trump meets with Palestinian Authority pres. Mahmud Abbas at the White House, calling for an end to hisprogram of paying terrorists and their families, saying that Palestinians cannot expect to see a lasting peace until their "leaders speak in a unified voice against incitement to... violence and hate"; Abbas lies to Trump to play him, with the soundbyte: "Mr. President, I affirm to you that we are raising our youth, our children, our grandchildren on a culture of peace." On May 4 (Nat. Day of Prayer) the U.S. Senate passes as $1.2T spending bill to keep the govt. open through Sept.; it incl. an additional $1.5B for border security; meanwhile the the U.S. House of Reps by 217-213 passes legislation beginning the process of repealing and replacing Obamacare; meanwhile Pres. Trump signs an executive order weakening the 1954 Johnson Amendment, instructing the IRS to back off and allow religious leaders to endorse political candidates; too bad, only Congress can absolish their amendment, and Trump's protection will end when he leaves office; also too bad, it chucks the free exercise of religion clause in the First Amendment, relying only on the free speech clause; the ACLU declines to file a lawsuit over it, calling it "a sham because what it actually does is instruct the IRS to enforce the law as written". On May 9 Pres. Trump says "You're fired!" to FBI dir. #7 (since Sept. 4, 2013) James Comey (1960-), citing his mishandling of the Hillary Clinton email scandal along with a memo by deputy U.S. atty. gen. Rod Rosenstein, with the soundbyte: "While I greatly appreciate you informing me, on three separate occasions, that I am not under investigation, I nevertheless concur with the judgment of the Department of Justice that you are not able to effectively lead the bureau"; on May 10 Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell refuses calls to appoint a special prosecutor or commission for the Trump-Russia probe, calling them "partisan". On May 10 Pres. Trump meets in the White House with Russian foreign minister Sergey Lavrov and ambassador Sergey Kislyak; later after a leak from his own admin., Trump is accused of giving them sensitive foreign intel, with some claiming it came from Israel; on May 22 Trump tells reporters that he never mentioned the word Israel, proving that it was Israel, or merely denying it was Israel without saying what the source really was? On May 15 the anti-Trump Washington Post claims that Pres. Trump gave Russian officials top secret intel info. at a meeting in the White House; too bad, the murky sources can't be pinned down. On May 16 the New York Times pub. a report claiming that fired FBI dir. James Comey wrote a memory claiming that Pres. Trump asked him to quash the investigation of Gen. Michael Flynn, causing calls for impeachment; all he did was ask him real nicely, not order him? On May 17 deputy U.S. atty. gen. Rod Rosenstein appoints former FBI dir. Robert Muller as special prosecutor for the Trump-Russia investigation, causing Pres. Trump on May 18 to tweet the soundbyte that it is the "single greatest witch hunt of a politician in American history", telling reporters: "As I have stated many times, a thorough investigation will confirm what we already know, there was no collusion between my campaign and any foreign entity." On May 19 Harvard U. releases a study reporting that in Pres. Trump's first 100 days in office, the tone of his news coverage was 80% negative and only 20% positive, with CNN and NBC being 93% negative, CBS 91% negative, and pro-Trump Fox News 52% negative. On May 20 Pres. Trump begins a 9-day trip, starting with a visit to Saudi Arabia to discuss a $110B-$350B 10-year arms deal to counter Iran, receiving a royal welcome; his speech goes mainstream, backing down from his anti-Muslim campaign rhetoric while urging Arab leaders to "fight Islamic extremism" (not "radical Islamic terrorism"); he gives the Saudi king a handshake instead of bowing like Pres. Obama; First Lady Melania Trump and daughter Ivanka are given a pass on wearing a headscarf; on after ending the Saudi prohibition on flying directly there from Meccaland, May 22 Trump visits Israel, meeting with PM Benjamin Netanyahu, his wife Sara, pres. Reuven Rivlin, and members of the cabinet, praying at the Western Wall (first U.S. pres.) and visiting the Church of the Holy Sepulchre; on May 23 he visits Bethlehem in the West Bank; on May 23 (8:00 a.m.) he visits Pope Francis in the Vatican, who doesn't talk or smile at first, during which visit First Lady Melania reveals that she's a devout Roman Catholic, with the pope giving Trump a copy of his May 24, 2015 encyclical "Laudato Si" preaching climate change theory, and Trump giving the pope a set of books by MLK Jr., a piece of granite from his memorial, and a sculpture representing "hope for a peaceful tomorrow"; on May 25 Trump visits Brussels, where the Marxist leftist overlords give him an icy reception. On May 22 (10:30 p.m. local time) at the end of an Ariana Grande Dangerous Woman Tour concert in the Manchester Arena in Manchester, England, British-born Islamic suicide bomber Salman Ramadan Abedi (b. 1995) (son of Libyan immigrant) goes off in the exit area where parents are waiting for their children, killing 22 and injuring 120+, mainly children and teenies, becoming the deeadliest attack in the U.K. since July 7, 2005, and the first in Manchester since the Provisional IRA bombing of June 15, 1996; Pres. Trump calls the Islamists "losers"; ISIS claims responsibility; on May 23 British PM Theresa May calls it an act of "sickening cowardice", and raises the threat level to critical (martial law); on May 23 (eve.) a vigil is held in Albert Square, attended by Britain's multicultural pop. incl. Muslims, all claiming that the attack had nothing to do with Islam :); on May 23 after learning that Abedi recently returned from Libya and Syria, police make three arrests; he was linked to ISIS but trained by al-Qaida? On May 23 the Washington Post pub. an article claiming that Pres. Trump asked NSA dir. Mike Rogers and DNI Dan Coats to push back on the Trump-Russia story after James Comey's congressional testimony; and that White House officials had tried to get them to lobby the FBI to drop the Gen. Michael Flynn probe. On May 25 Pres. Trump attends a NATO meeting in Brussels, scolding members for not paying their fair share, then attends a G7 summit in Sicily on May 26. On May 31 Pres. Trump tweets about his campaign foreign policy adviser Carter Ppage that the Dems. in the House Intel Committee "don't wnt him to testify... [because he] blows away their case against him"; at 12:06 a.m. he tweets the word "covfefe", which is taken up by the PC press as a subject of speculation. On May 31 after a huge backlash, comedian Kathy Griffin apologizes for a photo showing her holding Pres. Trump's bloody head, which he calls "sick", after which CNN fires her. On May 31 Hillary Clinton speaks at the Codecon Conference in Rancho Palos Verde, giving a diatribe blaming everybody but herself for losing the 2016 U.S. pres. election, starting with the snaky soundbyte "I take responsibility for every decision I made, but that is not why I lost", blaming Russian hackers, weaponized data, content farms in Macedonia, corrupted algorithms, fingering Pres. Trump for orchestrating it, esp. the "fake news" on Facebook incl. Pizzagate.

On June 1-3, 2017 the 21st St. Petersburg Internat. Economic Forum (SPIEF) is attended by Russian pres. Vladimir Putin, who is interviewed by U.S. journalist Megyn Kelly, who pooh-poohs suggestions that Russia influenced the 2016 U.S. pres. election, saying: "It reminds me of anti-Semitism: the Jews are to blame for everything." On June 5 Pres. Trump announces his proposal to privatize the air traffic control (ATC) system, saying it was designed to handle 100K people/year, not the 1B people/year needed today; meanwhile after the U.S. Supeme Court takes his case, he tweets that his proposed travel ban should be called just that, pissing-off the PC police, along with another tweet criticizing Muslim London mayor Sadiq Kahn, whose comments on the 2017 London Massacre that the pop. should still feel they're safe a "pathetic disgrace", adding: "The FAKE MSM is working so hard trying get me not to use Social Media. They hate that I can get the honest and unfiltered message out"; meanwhile Muslim CNN host Reza Aslan dumps on Pres. Trump, calling him "a piece of shit" et al., causing conservatives L. Brent Bozell III et al. to call for his firing. On June 8 former FBI dir. James Comey testifies before an eager Congress and press about alleged misconduct of Pres. Trump, calling him a liar yet ending up clearing him of anything criminal, because he failed to understand that as Da President Trump has the authority to order an investigation and prosecution to stop, and can even pardon the target to stop it; he claims that he made memos because "I was honestly concerned that he might lie", coming across as a disgruntled employee; Comey reveals that U.S. atty. gen. Loretta Lynch asked him to describe the FBI investigation into Hillary Clinton's email server "a matter", which "gave me a queasy feeling"; CNN "Hardball" host Chris Matthews utters the soundbyte that the Trump-Russia collusion theory "came apart"; after it ends, Trump's atty. Marc Kasowitz issues a statement accusing him of being another illegal leaker who should be the one criminally investigated; on June 9 Pres. Trump tweets: "Despite so many false sttements and lies, total and complete vindication... and WOW, Comey is a leaker!"; on June 13 Trump accuses Loretta Lynch of "illegal behavior", claiming that she provided Hillary with "protection". On June 8 German authorities announce the arrest of On June 12 Delta Air Lines announces that it's terminating its 4-y.-o. sponsorship of New York City's Public Theater for producing a version of Shakespeare's "Julius Caesar" in Central Park that portrays Caesar as Donald Trump, showing him being stabbed to death onstage; Bank of America does ditto. On June 26 the U.S. Supreme (Roberts) Court rules 9-0 to agree< to review Pres. Trump's travel ban on six Muslim-majority nations, allowing it to be partially implemented while they consider it by Oct., excepting only foreign nationals who have a "bona fide relationship with a person or entity in the United States", which Trump calls a clear victory. On June 29 after the U.S. Senate keeps stalling, Pres. Trump utters the soundbyte that Senate Repubs. should kill Obamacare now and worry about replacing it later, which doesn't stop moderate Repubs. from blocking all bills.

Anthony Scaramucci of the U.S. (1964-)

On July 5, 2017 Pres. Trump and First Lady Melania Trump visit Warsaw, Poland before attending the G20 Summit in Hamburg, Germany on July 6-8, where they are met by 12K protesters, who clash with police, while on July 7 Trump meets with Russian prev. Vladimir Putin for over 2 hours despite Melania being sent in at the 1 hour mark in vain; Trump presses Putin twice about meddling in the 2016 pres. election, but he denies everything, and Trump lets it slide, drawing howls from the Hillary, er, supposedly netrual mainstream media; in Warsaw Trump gives a speech, with the soundbyte: "Just as Poland could not be broken, I declare today for the world to hear that the West will never, ever be broken. Our values will prevail. Our people will thrive. And our civilization will triumph"; on July 7 Pres. Trump meets at the G20 Summit with Mexican pres. Enrique Nieto Pena, repeating his insistence that Mexico pay for his wall. On July 8 Pres. Trump announces that the U.S. is pledging $50M to a World Bank program dedicated to women's entrepreneurship in developing countries; Trump also promises $639M in aid to the U.N. World Food Program for starving people in Somalia, South Sudan, Nigeria, and Yemen. On July 9 Trump-hating fake news New York Times pub. an article revealing a meeting between Russian atty. Natalia Veselnitskaya and Donald Trump Jr. during the 2016 pres. campaign, after which he admits it and adds that she promised to give some dope on Hillary, which amounted to nada, which is twisted by the Trump-hating PC media into yet another fake reason to dump Trump. On July 19 the Trump admin. announces that it will halt CIA's program of arming and training of Syrian rebels, as Russia has been recommending. On July 19 Pres. Trump gives an interview to the New York Times, grumbling about his atty. gen. Jeff Sessions and how he recused himself from the Russia probe, saying: "Sessions should have never recused himself. And if he would, if he was going to recuse himself, he should have told me before he took the job, and I would have picked somebody else." On July 21 White House press secy. Sean Spicer resigns, and Long Island, N.Y.-born financier (founder of SkyBridge Capital) Anthony "Scar" "the Mooch" Scaramucci (1964-) becomes the new White House communications dir., stinking himself up by a profanity-laced critique of White House staff, causing him to receive the boot on July 31, the same day that Gen. John F. Kelly becomes White House chief of staff. On July 21 after a May memo by Nat. Security Council (NSC) strategist Rich Higgins claiming a conspiracy by Repubs. and Dems. in league with globalists like George Soros, along with bankers, Islamists and the media to subvert Pres. Trump via "political warfare agendas that reflect cultural Marxist outcomes" is circulated, he is fired by nat. security advisor (Soros puppet?) H.R. McMaster. On July 24 Pres. Trump addresses the 2017 Boy Scout Jamboree; too bad, on July 27 its pres. Michael Surbaugh apologizes for his insertion of political rhetoric. On July 26 Pres. Trump announces a ban on transgender people in the U.S. armed forces, citing costs and disruption, pissing-off the PC police; on July 27 House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi claims that there are 14K-15K transgenders in the military. On July 27 the White House announces the arrest of 1K+ MS-13 gang members in the last three days; on July 28 Pres. Trump gives a speech to a convention of cops in Long Island, N.Y., praising them to the skies and calling for the "liberation" of whole towns and cities from gangs' grip, incl. his native Long Island. On July 28 the U.S. Senate overwhelmingly votes 98-2 to impose new sanctions on Russia; on Aug. 2 Pres. Trump reluctantly signs the legislation, despite Moscow's threats to retaliate by seizing two U.S. diplomatic properties and ordering the U.S. to cut hundreds of diplomatic staff, uttering the soundbyte that the bill is "seriously flawed, particularly because it encroaches on the executive branch's authority to negotiate."

Christopher Asher Wray of the U.S. (1966-) Kay Bailey Hutchison of the U.S. (1943-)

On Aug. 2, 2017 after Pres. Trump announces his nomination on June 7 to replace James Comey, telling the Senate that he didn't believe the Trump-Russia investigation is a witch hunt and being confirmed by 92-5, Repub. Yale U. grad Christopher Asher Wray (III) (1966-) becomes FBI dir. #8 (until ?). On Aug. 2 Pres. Trump announces plans to introduce the U.S. RAISE (Reforming American Immigration for Strong Employment) Act, sponsored by U.S. Sens. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) and David Perdue (R-Ga.) to slash legal immigratin by prioritizing those with education, English language proficiency, and earning power. On Aug. 3 a grand jury convened by U.S. Special Counsel Robert Mueller to investigate Trump campaign ties with Russia issues its first subpoenas. On Aug. 5 after Pres. Trump announced his intentions in June, the U.S. formally notifies the U.N. of its intent to withdraw from the 2015 Paris Climate Agreement. On Aug. 12 after marching on the U. of Va. campus the night before, the white nationalist Unite the Right Rally in Charlottesville, Va. to protest the removal of a statue of Confed. Gen. Robert E. Lee ends in violent clashes with counter-protesters, after which a car driven by white supremacist James Alex Fields Jr. rams the crowd, killing 32-y.-o. Heather Heyer and injuring 19; on Aug. 12 Pres. Trump speaks, saying that he and his admin. "condemn in the strongest possible terms this egregious display of hatred, bigotry, and violence on many sides, many sides", adding: "It's been going on for a long time in our country. Not Donald Trump, not Barack Obama. I t's been going on for a long, long time. It has no place in America", which only pisses-off the PC police, who accuse him of supporting white supremacists, with Repub. Colo. Sen. Cory Gardner tweeting: “Mr. President - we must call evil by its name. These were white supremacists and this was domestic terrorism"; on Aug. 15 black protesters pull down a statue of a Confed. soldier in Durham, N.C., after which Pres. Trump utters the soundbytes: "Excuse me, they didn't put themselves down as neo-Nazis, and you had some very bad people in that group. But you also had people that were very fine people on both sides.... I'm not talking about the neo-Nazis and the white nationalists, because they should be condemned totally - but you had many people in that group other than neo-Nazis and white nationalists, okay? And the press has treated them absolutely unfairly. Now, in the other group also, you had some fine people, but you also had troublemakers and you see them come with the black outfits and with the helmets and with the baseball bats. You had a lot of bad people in the other group too", to which a reporter asks: "I just didn't understand what you were saying. You were saying the press has treated white nationalists unfairly?", to which Trump responds: "No, no. There were people in that rally, and I looked the night before. If you look, they were people protesting very quietly the taking down the statue of Robert E. Lee", which doesn't stop Joseph Biden from misquoting him in an op-ed. in Atlantic mag. on Aug. 27, 2017, with the soundbyte: "Today we have an American president who has publicly proclaimed a moral equivalency between neo-Nazis and Klansmen and those who would oppose their venom and hate. We have an American president who has emboldened white supremacists with messages of comfort and support. This is a moment for this nation to declare what the president can't with any clarity, consistency, or conviction: There is no place for these hate groups in America"; on Aug. 15/16 (night) Baltimore, Md. mayor Catherine Pugh orders four Confed. monuments taken down. On Aug. 14 after the fake news media blasts him for not explicitly calling out white supremacists in his criticism of the Charlottesville protest, as if he supports them, Pres. Trump meets in the White House with atty. gen. Jeff Sessions and FBI dir. Chris Wray, then delivers a gives a Speech on Racism, with the soundbyte: "Racism is evil, and those who cause violence in its name are criminals and thugs, including the KKK, Neo-Nazis, White Supremacists, and other hate groups that are repugnant to everything we hold dear as Americans", confirming that the FBI and Dept. of Justice are investigating the car attack; too bad, on Aug. 15 Trump doubles down with observations that "both sides" were to blame for violence in Charlottesville, mentioning "the alt-left that came charging at them", that "Not all of those people were neo-Nazis... [or] white supremacists... Those people were also there because they wanted to protest the taking down of a statue", and that the movement to strip the U.S. of its 850+ Confed. monuments is an effort to "change history" and "change culture", mentioning George Washington and Thomas Jefferson, which only makes the PC police madder; on Aug. 16 after some CEOs quit to protest his remarks, Trump disbands two high-profile business advisory councils. On Aug. 18 Pres. Trump fires his chief strategist Steve Bannon. On Aug. 21 (eve.) Pres. Trump gives a Speech on Afghanistan, starting out saying that it his gut instinct to pull out now, but that his generals talked him into staying, but that they don't have a blank check; in accordance with his criticism of Pres. Obama for announcing moves in advance, he keeps his plans close to the vest; U.S. secy. of state Rex Tillerson utters the soundbyte: "I think the president was clear, this entire effort is intended to put pressure on the Taliban to have the Taliban understand you will not win a battlefield victory. We may not win one, but neither will you, so, at some point, we have to come to the negotiating table and find a way bring this to an end." On Aug. 22 (eve.) after visiting the border near Yuma, Ariz., Pres. Trump gives a speech in Phoenix, Ariz., uttering the soundbyte: "We are building a wall on the southern border, which is absolutely necessary. The obstructionist Democrats would like us not to do it, believe me, [but] if we have to close down our government, we are building that wall"; protesters draw tear gas from the police. On Aug. 25 controversial former Maricopa County, Ariz. sheriff Joe Arpaio is pardoned by Pres. Trump. On Aug. 28 after being appointed by Pres. Trump, former U.S. Tex. Repub. Sen. (1993-2013) Kay Bailey Hutchison (Kathryn Ann Bailey) (1943-) becomes U.S. NATO rep #22 (until ?).

Jim Bridenstine of the U.S. (1975-)

On Sept. 1, 2017 Pres. Trump nominates former Navy pilot U.S. Rep. (R-Okla.) (2013-) James Frederick "Jim" Bridenstine (1975-) as the new dir. of NASA, who vows to compete with China in space and wants a new Moon visit. On Sept. 3 North Korea explodes a nuke that causes a 6.3 earthquake, claiming it's an H-bomb, becoming their 6th nuke test, causing U.S. defense secy. James "Mad Dog" Mattis to warn them that any more major threats will be met with a "massive military response" that will be "both effective and overwhelming"; on Sept. 4 U.N. ambassador Nikki Haley gives a speech on Iran in the U.N., saying that they are inviting war; on Sept. 5 she gives a speech on Iran, saying that Pres. Trump has reason to find that it has violated the terms of the JCPOA. On Sept. 6 Pres. Trump shocks Repubs. by reaching a spending and debt ceiling agreement with Dems., incl. a 3-mo. increase in the debt ceiling. On Sept. 8 Pres. Trump holds a joint press conference with Qatari emir Tamim ibn Hamad Al-Thani, expressing williness to help resolve the Gulf crisis; on Sept. 9 Saudi Arabia announces that it's cutting off dialog with Qatar over the Gulf crisis. On Sept. 19 (a.m.) Pres. Trump gives a speech to the U.N. Gen. Assembly, touting his America First policy and advising other nations to put their countries first too, adding: "We will stop radical Islamic terrorism, because we cannot allow it to tear up our nation and, indeed, to tear up the entire world", warning "Rocket Man" Kim Jong-un of the "depraved regime" in North Korea: "No nation on Earth has an interest in seeing this band of criminals arm itself with nuclear weapons and missiles... The United States has great strength and patience, but if it is forced to defend itself or its allies, we will have no choice but to totally destroy North Korea. Rocket Man is on a suicide mission for himself and for his regime", warning that if he attacks the U.S. his country will be totally destroyed, and demanding that Iran "stop supporting terrorists" and "begin serving its own people", saying that the world will see "very soon" his position on the Iranian nuclear deal, which has an Oct. 15 decision date to cancel or remain in the deal another 90 days; he goes on to describe Assad's rule in Syria as a "criminal regime", and diss the Maduro regime in Venezuela, with the soundbyte: "The problem in Venezuela is not that socialism has been poorly implemented, but that socialism has been faithfully implemented", saying that the U.S. will not stand by while "the government of Venezuela persists on its path to impose authoritarian rule on the Venezuelan people." On Sept. 22 Pres. Trump utters the soundbyte: "Wouldn't you love to see one of these NFL owners, when somebody disrespects our flag, to say 'Get that son of a bitch off the field right now, out, he's fired!'"; on Sept. 24 200+ NFL players show their disagreement by kneeling during the playing of the nat. anthem, incl. almost the entire Pittsburgh Steelers team and Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, vs. less than 10 the week before; the brouhaha causes U.S. Sen. Cory Booker (D-N.J.) and U.S. Sen. James Lankford (R-Okla.) to co-sponsor a bill to end taxpayer funding for NFL stadiums. On Sept. 25 Pres. Trump signs new travel restriction for people in eight Muslim-majority countries plus North Korea and Venezuela, effective Oct. 18. On Sept. 27 the Trump admin. announces a refugee resettlement limit of 45K for FY 2018, lowest since the passage of the U.S. Refugee Act in 1980; Obama's FY 2017 ceiling was 110K. On Sept. 29 after being caught taking private flights, pissing-off Pres. Trump, U.S. HHS secy. Tom Price resigns.

Stephen Paddock (1953-2017)

On Oct. 1, 2017 (10:00 p.m.) after renting two rooms on the 23rd floor of the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino on the Strip in Las Vegas, Nev. under the name of his out-of-state girlfriend Marilou Danley, and bringing in 10 suitcases full of guns, accountant, serious gambler, and real estate millionaire Stephen Paddock (b. 1953) of Mesquite, Nev. shoots into a crowd of 22K attending the Route 91 Harvest Music Festival featuring country music star Jason Aldean, killing 58 and injuring 527 then killing himself before police break into his room, becoming the deadliest gun massacre in U.S. history (until ?); police find 19 military rifles, some fitted with bump stocks to make them into automatics, plus 23 more at his home; Pres. Trump calls it "an act of pure evil", saying "We pray for the day when evil has vanished"; ISIS claims that he converted to Islam and was doing Allah's work, later calling him Abu Abd Abdulbar al-Ameriki, which the FBI is all-too quick to deny?; CBS-TV vice-pres. Hayley Geftman-Gold stinks herself up on Facebook by saying that she has no sympathy for the victims because country music fans "often are Republican", getting her fired; he is later found to have research other attack sites in Boston and Chicago; the motive eludes investigators until ? On Oct. 10 the U.S. Supreme Court unanimously throws out an appeal court ruling that struck down Pres. Trump's temporary travel ban targeting eight Muslim-majority nations, becoming a moral V for the Trump admin. On Oct. 12 Pres. Trump signs an executive order making it easier for people to buy cheaper bare-bones health insurance; meanwhile the Trump admin. On Oct. 13 (Fri.) Pres. Trump announces that he won't certify the Iran nuclear deal, and might ultimately terminate it. On Oct. 24 (a.m.) U.S. Sen. (R-Tenn.) (2007-) Robert Phillips "Bob" Corker Jr. (1952-) speaks out against Pres. Trump, with the soundbyte that he will be remembered most for "the debasement of our nation", causing Trump to fire back, Tweeting that Corker is the "incompetent" head of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, and "doesn't have a clue". On Oct. 26 on Pres. Trump's order, the Nat. Archives releases the long-secret JFK files; too bad, he bows to the CIA and withholds some files for a 6-mo. review. On Oct. 26 Pres. Trump declares a nat. public health emergency in the fight against opioid abuse, saying "I will be pushing... non-addictive painkillers very, very hard." On Oct. 31 (Halloween) (1:30 p.m. local time) the 2017 New York City Halloween Massacre sees Uzbek Muslim Sayfullo ("sword of Allah") Habibullaevich Saipov (1988-) of Tampa, Fla. plow a rented Home Depot truck down a bike path in Lower Manhattan, N.Y. near the World Trade Center, killing eight and injuring 11 before getting out of his truck wielding a BB gun and a paintball gun and running at police shouting Allah Akbar until they shoot him in the stomach, becoming the biggest jihadist attack in New York City since 9/11; he leaves a note claiming that he did it for ISIS, after which Pres. Trump tweets that he has "just ordered Homeland Security to step up our already Extreme Vetting Program. Being politically correct is fine, but not for this"; on Nov. 1 Trump calls the suspect an "animal" and threatens to send him to Guantanamo Bay, and says that he wants Congress to do away with the Diversity Lottery Program and limit immigration to a merit-based system.

On Nov. 9, 2017 Pres. Trump visits China, becoming the first foreign leader allowed to tour the Forbidden City. talking Chinese pres. Xi Jinping into releasing three black UCLA basketball players being held for shoplifting and facing 10-year sentences; on Nov. 10 he visits Vietnam for bilateral talks with Pres. Tran Dai Quang; on Nov. 12 he tweets: "Why would Kim Jong-un insult me by calling me 'old,' when I would NEVER call him 'short and fat?' Oh well, I try so hard to be his friend - and maybe someday that will happen!" On Nov. 9 a Greek judicial council allows convicted Marxist terrorist Dimitris Koufodinas, serving 11 life sentences for killing U.S. and British diplomats to go on a 2-day furlough, pissing-off the U.S. and U.K.

On Dec. 6, 2017 after signing the semi-annual waiver of the 1995 U.S. Jerusalem Embassy Act on Dec. 4, despite dire warnings from Muslim and Euro leaders incl. the EU, U.K., Egypt, Abdullah II of Jordan, Saudi King Salman, who calls it "a flagrant provocation of Muslims all over the world", Hamas, which threatens to "open the gates of Hell", and Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey, who calls it a "grave mistake", and warns "Jerusalem is our red line", Pres. Trump announces that the U.S. is recognizing Jerusalem as Israel's capital and that he ordering the U.S. embassy in Tel Aviv to move there, keeping a campaign promise no matter how much flak results; wasting no time, on Dec. 6 Hamas issues a call for a Day of Rage on Dec. 8, which incl. protests in Indonesia and Malaysia. On Dec. 9 the $20M Miss. Civil Rights Museum in Jackson, Miss. opens, becoming the first state-sponsored civil rights museum in the U.S.; the opening is attended by Pres. Trump amid protesters, while U.S. Rep. (D-Miss.) Bennie Thompson, U.S. Rep. (D-Ga.) John Lewis, and Jackson mayor Chokwe Antar Lumumba refuse to attend. On Dec. 11 (7:20 a.m. local time) after posing the message "#Trump You Failed to Protect Your Nation" on Facebook, 27-y.-o. ISIS-inspired Bangladeshi citizen Akayed Ullah (1990-) detonates a homemade IED pipe bomb strapped to his body near Times Square in New York City, but it misfires, badly injuring him but only causing minor injuries to three bystanders; he arrived via chain migration, causing Pres. Trump on Dec. 12 to call for an end to the diversity lottery program and chain migration.

Nikki Haley of the U.S. (1972-)

On Dec. 20, 2017 after a speech by U.S. U.N. ambassador #29 (since Jan. 27) Nimrata "Nikki" Haley (nee Randhawa) (1973-) bemoaning the U.N.'s longtime hostility to Israel and threatening the it with defunding, saying that the U.S. will be "taking names" of nations that vote for it, the U.N. Gen. Assembly votes 128-9-35 (U.S., Israel, Guatemala, Honduras, Marshall Islands, Micronesia, Nauru, Palau, Togo vote against, 22 of 28 EU countries incl. U.K., France, and Germany vote for, five EU states, Australia, Canada, Colombia, and Mexico abstain, 21 delegations are absent) to adopt U.N. Gen. Assembly Resolution ES-10/L.22, titled "Status of Jerusalem", submitted by Yemen and Turkey, declaring "null and void" all actions intended to alter Jerusalem's character, status, or demographic composition, asking nations not to follow Pres. Trump and establish diplomatic missions in Jerusalem, claiming his decision risks igniting a religious war in the Middle East "that has no boundaries" (Palestinian foreign affairs minister Riad al-Malki), whining about the "negative tends" imperiling the Two-State Solution; on Dec. 21 after creating an account on Twitter, John O. Brennan tweets the soundbyte (his 2nd): "Trump Admin threat to retaliate against nations that exercise sovereign right in UN to oppose US position on Jerusalem is beyond outrageous. Shows @realDonaldTrump expects blind loyalty and subservience from everyone - qualities usually found in narcissistic, vengeful autocrats." On Dec. 28, 2017 amid a record cold spell in winter 2017, Pres. Trump tweets the soundbyte; "In the East, it could be the COLDEST New Year's Eve on record. Perhaps we could use a little bit of that good old Global Warming that our Country, but not other countries, was going to pay TRILLIONS OF DOLLARS to protect against. Bundle up!"

In Trump's first year in office refugee admissions drop 70%, from 98,898 to 29,620 (decline of 69,278).

On Jan. 1, 2018 Pres. Trump tweets the soundbyte: "The United States has foolishly given Pakistan more than 33 billion dollars in aid over the last 15 years, and they have given us nothing but lies & deceit, thinking of our leaders as fools. They give safe haven to the terrorists we hunt in Afghanistan, with little help. No more!", promising to withhold $255M in aid.

Michael Wolff (1953-)

On Jan. 5, 2018 N.J.-born Am. journalist Michael Wolff (1953-) pub. the bestseller Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House, which disses Pres. Trump as a candidate unprepared to win the White House, whose aids question his fitness for office; he really didn't want to win, only emerge with new branding opportunities?; Pres. Trump calls it a "phony book... Full of lies, misrepresentations and sources that don't exist"; in an interview, former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon calls a 2016 Trump Tower meeting between Donald Trump Jr. et al. and Russian operative "treasonous", causing Pres. Trump to reply: "Steve Bannon has nothing to do with me or my Presidency. When he was fired, he not only lost his job, he lost his mind".

On Jan. 7, 2018 Pres. Trump tweets the soundbytes: "I've had to put up with the Fake News from the first day I announced that I would be running for President. Now I have to put up with a Fake Book, written by a totally discredited author. Ronald Reagan had the same problem and handled it well. So will I!", and "Now that Russian collusion, after one year of intense study, has proven to be a total hoax on the American public, the Democrats and their lapdogs, the Fake News Mainstream Media, are taking out the old Ronald Reagan playbook and screaming mental stability and intelligence. "Actually, throughout my life, my two greatest assets have been mental stability and being, like, really smart. Crooked Hillary Clinton also played these cards very hard and, as everyone knows, went down in flames. I went from VERY successful businessman, to top T.V. Star to President of the United States (on my first try). I think that would qualify as not smart, but genius.... and a very stable genius at that!"

On Jan. 7, 2018 (Sun.) (night) the 2018 (75th) Golden Globe Awards, held at the Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills, Calif., hosted by Seth Meyers award Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri the best motion picture - drama award, snubbing "Dunkirk", "The Post", and "The Shape of Water"; Lady Bird wins for best musical or comedy; Gary Oldman wins for best actor perf. in a drama for Darkest Hour, and Frances McDormand for best actress perf. in a drama for Three Billboards; James Franco wins for best actor perf. in a musical or comedy for The Disaster Artist, and Saoirse Ronan for Lady Bird; Sam Rockwell wins for best supporting actor for Three Billboards, and Allison Jannet for I, Tonya; after she is presented with a Cecil B. DeMille Lifetime Achievement Award, uttering the soundbyte "I want all of the girls watching here now to know that a new day is on the horizon", the crowd clamors for Oprah Winfrey to run for U.S. pres., causing Pres. Trump to reply that he is not afraid to take anybody on; in an Oct. 1999 interview with Larry King, Trump uttered the soundbyte that "Oprah would always be my first choice", adding "She's a really great woman... She is a terrific woman. She is somebody that is very special."

On Jan. 9, 2018 Pres. Trump holds an hour-long Conference on Immigration with Repub. and Dem. lawmakers, opening it to the press, calling for "a bill of life" that addresses DACA while ending chain migration, secures the border by building a wall, and cancels the visa lottery program; at the private meeting he allegedly utters the soundbyte: "Why are we having all these people from shithole countries come here?", referring to Haiti and Africa, adding that he prefers people from countries like Norway, pissing-off the PC police, who call him a racist and ignore the fact that he's right because that's what they are?; on Jan. 11 Trump enemy John O. Brennan tweets the soundbyte: "Lady Liberty, our founding fathers, and generations of right-thinking Americans are all weeping tonight over the atrocious comments attributed to Donald Trump, who continues to demonstrate daily that he is a deeply flawed person"; Trump really said shithouse?; several meeting attendees later deny hearing the s-word; speaking of shithole, Dirty Denver, Colo., known for being run by leftist Dems. makes the city a sanctuary city for illegal immigrants, and makes them feel welcome by reducing punishment for public shitting.

On Jan. 18, 2018 U.S. secy. of state Rex Tillerson utters the soundbyte that the U.S. will maintain an open-ended military presence in Syria to ensure defeat of ISIS because Pres. Trump doesn't want to "make the same mistake" Pres. Obama made in 2001; there are currently 2K U.S. troops in Syria.

On Jan. 20, 2018 the 1st anniv. of the inauguration of Pres. Trump sees Women's March demonstrations across the U.S. in protest of his rhetoric and policies, which doesn't phase him, causing him to tweet about "the historic milestones and unprecedented economic success and wealth creation that has taken place over the last 12 months" and "Lowest female unemployment in 18 years".

On Jan. 24, 2018 Pres. Trump meets with reporters and utters the soundbyte that he's flopping and supporting eventual citizenship for the Dreamers, with the soundbyte: "We're going to morph into it."

On Jan. 25-6, 2018 the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland is attended by Pres. Trump, who gives a speech on Jan. 26, saying "America is open for business", with the soundbytes: "Now is the perfect time to bring your business, your jobs, and your investments to the U.S.", "America is open for business and we are competitive once again", "As president of the United States, I will always put American first just as the leaders of other countries should put their countries first", causing misnamed U.N. human rights chief Zeid Raad al-Hussein to utter the soundbyte: "It's the script of the 20th century. He urged all countries to pursue their own interest, almost without reference to the fact that if you do all of that, if each country is narrowly pursuing its agenda, it will clash with the agendas of others and we will take the world back to 1913 once again."

On Jan. 26, 2018 the Trump-hating New York Times claims that Pres. Trump ordered special counsel Robert Mueller fired last June, but backed down when his atty. Daniel McGahn threatened to quit; Trump calls it fake news - Trump back down?

On Jan. 26, 2018 House minority leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) addresses the Conference on Mayors, letting the cat out of the bag with the soundbyte that the real goal of Pres. Trump's proposed immigration plan is "to make America white again"; new non-white immigrants however, "make America more American".

On Jan. 30, 2018 (9:00 p.m. EDT) Pres. Trump delivers his 80-min. 2018 State of the Union Speech, ignoring the hype that he would present a softer milder version of himself, calling his first year in office an "extraordinary success", calling for a "new American moment", and castigating Dems. repeatedly esp. on immigration, backing a pathway to citizenship for Dreamers as long as chain migration is prevented, with the soundbyte: "Americans are dreamers too", using the word "America" 80+ times and getting 111 standing ovations; he calls for $1.5T in federal funds to revamp the U.S. infrastructure, with states providing support, says that U.S. foreign aid should "only go to friends of America", calls for the removal of "federal employees who undermine the public trust or fail the American people", and says "One of my greatest priorities is to reduce the price of prescription drugs"; when he notes that black 6.8%) and Hispanic unemployment is now the lowest in history, Dem. blacks and Hispanics refuse to clap; he unexpectedly announces that he has revoked Pres. Obama's 2009 order to close Gitmo, saying that the may send more POWs there when necessary; too bad, Jan. employment statistics reveal that black unemployment has shot back up to 7.7%, highest since Trump took office in Jan. 2017.

On Jan. 30, 2018 Pres. Trump signs the U.S. Thomasina E. Jordan Indian Tribes of Va. Federal Recognition Act of 2017, granting federal recognition to six Native Am. tribes recognized by Va.

On Jan. 31, 2018 Judicial Watch releases 42 pages of documents showing that the Obama admin. tried to undermine Pres. Trump's new admin. by releasing classified Russian intel. just before his inauguration to U.S. Sen. (D-Md.) Ben Cardin of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.

On Feb. 2, 2018 after tweeting the soundbyte "The top Leadership and Investigators of the FBI and the Justice Department have politicized the sacred investigative process in favor of Democrats and against Republicans - something which would have been unthinkable just a short time ago. Rank & File are great people!", Pres. Trump orders the release of a 4-page classified memo by Repub. House Intel Committee chmn. Devin Nunes revealing that FBI Dir. James Comey used a discredited 35-page anti-Trump dossier to obtain a FISA court warrant to engage in surveillance on volunteer Trump foreign policy adviser Carter Page, pissing-off the Dems., who claim that Trump is using it to discredit the Robert Mueller Trump-Russia witchhunt, er, investigation.

On Feb. 5, 2018 anti-Trump U.S. Rep. (D-Calif.) (2013-) Eric Michael Swalwell Jr. (1980-) introduces the U.S. Journalist Protection Act, making it a federal crime for Pres. Trump, er, to intimidate journalists to protect them from the "toxic environment created by Trump.

On Feb. 8, 2018 a Rasmussen poll gives Pres. Trump's job approval rating as 48%, vs. 44 for Pres Obama at the same point in his presidency.

On Feb. 9, 2018 (a.m.) after the federal govt. shuts down overnight and 73 Dems. switch to offset 67 Repubs., giving a 71-28 Senate vote at 2:00 a.m., followed by a 240-186 House vote at 5:30 a.m., Pres. Trump signs budget law boosting spending by hundreds of billions of dollars incl. $300B for military programs, pissing-off Ky. Sen. Rand Paul, who held the vote up until the last minute, with the soundbyte: "How come you were against President Obama's deficits and then how come you're for Republican deficits?"

On Feb. 10, 2018 after House Dem. Adam Schiff sends him a spin memo, Pres. Trump tweets the soundbyte: "The Democrats sent a very political and long response memo which they knew, because of sources and methods (and more), would have to be heavily redacted, whereupon they would blame the White House for lack of transparency. Told them to re-do and send back in proper form!"

On Feb 14, 2018 a New York federal judge blocks Pres. Trump's Sept. 2017 executive order overturning Pres. Obama's order creating the DACA program.

On Feb. 16, 2018 U.S. special counsel Robert Mueller indicts 13 Russians and 3 Russian cos. for unsuccessfully attempting to disrupt the 2016 U.S. pres. election by assuming false U.S. identities, being careful to state that any Trump campaign people they contacted were unaware of their true identities, causing Pres. Trump to tweet "The results of the election were not impacted. The Trump campaign did nothing wrong - no collusion!"

On Feb. 20, 2018 after Pres. Trump tweets that he has been tougher on Russia then Pres. Obama, ex-CIA dir. John O. Brennan tweets the soundbyte: "It never ceases to amaze me how successful you have been making yourself so small, petty, and banal with your tweets. Your insecurity is well deserved, as is your concern over Russia investigation."

On Feb. 27, 2018 after a proposal by white-hating Marxist radical Julius Malema of the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF), the parliament of South Africa by 241-83 votes to confiscate land owned by white farmers without paying compensation; on Aug. 23 Pres. Trump issues a tweet asking U.S. secy. of state Mike Pompeo to study land confiscation and "large scale killing of farmers" in South Africa, causing the rand to fall 1.3% and the African Nat. Congress to criticize Trump for "this narrow perception which only seeks to divide our nation and reminds us of our colonial past."

On Feb. 28, 2018 after a Congressional committee trips her up into admitting that she told "white lies" on Pres. Trump's behalf on Feb. 27, Hope Charlotte Hicks (1988-) announces her intention to resign as White House communications dir., becoming Trump's longest-serving political aide.

On Feb. 28, 2018 Pres. Trump stuns Repubs. by embracing gun control on live TV at the White House, urging lawmakers to ressurect gun safety legislation they opposed for years; too bad, Congress does nothing as usual.

On Mar. 2, 2018 former CIA dir. John Brennan utters the soundbyte that Pres. Trump is "unstable, inept, inexperienced, and also unethical".

On Mar. 6, 2018 the U.S. Justice Dept. sues the state of Calif. for passing laws hindering enforcement of federal immigration law and endangering federal agents, with U.S. atty. gen. Jeff Sessions uttering the soundbyte: "The Department of Justice and the Trump administration are going to fight these unjust, unfair, and unconstitutional policies that have been imposed on you."

On Mar. 6, 2018 Gary Cohn, Pres. Trump's chief economic advisor (since Jan. 20, 2017) announces his resignation over disagreement about tariffs. On Mar. 12 the Repub.-dominated House Intel Committee releases its verdict that there was no collusion between Russia and the 2016 Trump pres. campaign. On Mar. 13 (a.m.) after he returns from a trip to Africa, going beyond the White House in blaming Russia for poisoning ex-spy Sergei Skripal, and declining to say whether his son-in-law Jared Kushner has spoiled U.S. diplomatic interests, Pres. Trump fires Rex Tillerson on Twitter, replacing him as U.S. secy. of state with CIA dir. (since Jan. 23, 2017) Michael Richard "Mike" Pompeo (1963-), and appointing Gina Cheri Haspel (nee Walker) (1956-) as acting CIA dir. (first woman), taking office on Apr. 26; Pompeo is confirmed by the U.S. Senate by 57-42, taking office on Apr. 26 (until ?). On Mar. 13 Pres. Trump gives a speech at Miramar Marine Corps Air Station near San Diego, Calif., uttering the soundbyte: "My new national strategy for space recognizes that space is a war-fighting domain, just like the land, air, and sea. We may even have a space force, develop another one: Space Force." On Mar. 16 (night) despite announcing his resignation on Jan. 29, two days before qualifying for his early pension, deputy FBI dir. Andrew George McCabe (1968-) is fired by U.S. atty. gen. Jeff Sessions for "lack of candor" (misleading investigators about his decision to allow FBI officials to give info. to the media about the Clinton Foundation,) claiming a political frameup; Pres. Trump tweets "A great day for the hard working men and women of the FBI - A great day for Democracy." On Mar. 19 Pres. Trump gives a speech in N.H., uttering the soundbyte: "If we don't get tough on the drug dealers, we are wasting our time. That toughness includes the death penalty. Unless you have really really powerful penalties, led by the death penalty, for the really bad pushers and abusers, we are going to get nowhere", adding: "Ninety percent of the heroin in America comes from our southern border, where eventually the Democrats will agree with us, and we'll build the wall to keep the damn drugs out." On Mar. 22 Pres. Trump orders trade restrictions against China to help reduce the large trade deficit and curb intellectual property rights violations in hopes of leveling the playing field. On Mar. 22 after a leak from his aides about ignoring warnings not to congratulate Vladimir Putin on his election V, Pres. Trump replaces nat. security adviser H.R. McMaster by former U.S. U.N. ambassador John Bolton (until ?). On Mar. 22 Pres. Trump responds to physical taunts by ex-vice. pres. Joe Biden, saying that he would "go down fast and hard, crying all the way" and calling him "crazy Joe Biden". On Mar. 23 despite tweeting that he might not do it because of lack of funding of his border wall, Pres. Trump signs a $1.3T compromise spending bill because it provides for "the largest pay increase" for U.S. troops in over a decade despite attempting to pull support for his border wall, continue funding of Planned Parenthood et al., bemoaning its unreadable length and saying "I will never sign a bill like this again", which doesn't satisfy Trump supporter Alex Jones, who utters the pissed-off soundbyte: "I'm off the Trump train"; actually, he signed an omnibus bill, not a budget, leaving him free to redirect funding in the interest of nat. security, allowing him to announce that border wall construction will begin on Mar. 26. On Mar. 25 (Sun.) (eve.) Baton Rouge, La.-born porn star Stormy Daniels (Stephanie Gregory Clifford) (1979-) gives an interview to CBS-TV's "Sixty Minutes", violating her $130K hush money contract with Pres. Trump's atty. Michael Cohen with impunity and telling all, but disappointing with the claim that she only slept with him once after spanking him, after which White House deputy press secy. Raj Shah says that Trump has consistently denied everything, and that it is she who "has been inconsistent" in flopping about her claims over the years, causing her atty. Michael Avenatti to reply "When do we hear from the President?", after which on Mar. 26 she utters the soundbyte that the reason Trump never tweets about her is "Because it's true, 100 percent true." On Mar. 27 (Tues.) the revised #1 sitcom (1988-97) Roseanne debuts on ABC-TV for ? episodes (until ?), never mentioning Pres. Trump but treating his views and white middle class supporters with respect, drawing 18M viewers, pleasing Pres. Trump, who personally calls Roseanne Barr to congratulate her. On Mar. 29 Pres. Trump tweets his criticism of Amazon.com for hurting retail businesses, with the soundbyte: "Unlike others, they pay little or no taxes to state and local governments, use our Postal System as their Delivery Boy (causing tremendous loss to the U.S.), and are putting many thousands of retailers out of business!", causing Amazon stock to close down 4.4%. On Mar. 30 Pres. Trump addresses a crowd in Ohio, uttering the soundbyte: "We'll be coming out of Syria, like, very soon." On Mar. 31 Pres. Trump tweets the soundbyte: "Governor Jerry 'Moonbeam' Brown pardoned 5 criminal illegal aliens whose crimes include (1) Kidnapping and Robbery (2) Badly beating wife and threatening a crime with intent to terrorize (3) Dealing drugs. Is this really what the great people of California want?", to which Brown replies that he makes "no apologies"; on Apr. 17 Brown agrees to provide Nat.

U.S. Rear Adm. Ronny Jackson (1967-) U.S. Rep. Devin Nunes (1973-) U.S. Sen. Richard Burr (1955-)

On Apr. 1, 2018 (a.m.) Pres. Trump issues tweets on the U.S.-Mexico border problem, saying "NO MORE DACA DEAL!" and threatening to dismantle NAFA (Mexico's "cash cow") if it doesn't reduce its flow of immigrants over the U.S. border. On Apr. 2 a Rasmussen Poll gives Pres. Trump a 50% approval rating for the first time. On Apr. 2 the U.S. Supreme (Roberts) Court refuse to consider reinstating a 2006 $655.5M jury award against the Palestinian Authority and PLO won by 11 Am. families over militant attacks in Israel under the U.S. Anti-Terrorism Act; the Trump admin. had sided with the Palestinians because the attacks occurred outside U.S. territory and there was no evidence that Americans were targeted. On Apr. 5 Pres. Trump orders U.S. trade rep Robert Lighthizer to consider placing an additional $100B in tariffs on Chinese goods; on Apr. 10 Chinese pres. Xi Jinping announces that China will "significantly lower"import tariffs for automobiles. On Apr. 6 Pres. Trump signs a memo ending the "catch and release" immigration policy of ex-Pres. Obama. On Apr. 8 after learning that "Animal" Assad has ordered a chemical attack near Damascus that killed dozens incl. children, Pres. Trump tweets the soundbyte: "Many dead, including women and children, in mindless CHEMICAL attack in Syria. Area of atrocity is in lockdown and encircled by Syrian Army, making it completely inaccessible to outside world. President Putin, Russia and Iran are responsible for backing Animal Assad. Big price to pay. Open area immediately for medical help and verification. Another humanitarian disaster for no reason whatsoever. SICK!"; on Apr. 9 (early a.m.) Israeli launches an air strike against a Syrian miitary base; Assad did it because Trump announced that he was pulling U.S. troops out of Syria?; on Apr. 10 the U.N. Security holds an emergency meeting over the child-killing chemical attack in Syria; U.S. U.N. ambassador Nikki Haley utters the soundbyte that it must vote on Apr. 11 for a Mar. 1 draft resolution to establish an inquiry into who is to blame; "History will record this as the moment when the Security Council either discharged its duty or demonstrated its utter and complete failure to protect the people of Syria. Either way, the United States will respond", causing Russian envoy Vassily Nebenzia to reply that the repercussions will be "grave"; too bad, on Apr. 11 the U.N. Security Council fails to pass a resolution. On Apr. 11 Pres. Trump lifts his 6-mo.-o. travel ban on Chad after it improves sharing of info. about suspected terrorists and takes steps to make passports more secure. On Apr. 13 Pres. Trump pardons I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby, former chief of staff to U.S. vice-pres. Richard Cheney for his 2007 conviction, pissing-off the PC press who studiously ignore Pres. Clinton's shady pardons. On Apr. 13 after excerpts from fired FBI dir. James Comey's new book leak, Pres. Trump tweets the soundbyte: "James Comey is a proven LEAKER & LIAR. Virtually everyone in Washington thought he should be fired for the terrible job he did-until he was, in fact, fired. He leaked CLASSIFIED information, for which he should be prosecuted. He lied to Congress under OATH. He is a weak and untruthful slime ball who was, as time has proven, a terrible Director of the FBI. His handling of the Crooked Hillary Clinton case, and the events surrounding it, will go down as one of the worst “botch jobs” of history. It was my great honor to fire James Comey!" On Apr. 13 (Fri.) (9:00 p.m. EST) the Apr. Friday the 13th Syria Attack sees Pres. Trump order a missile strike on Syria over the chemical attack on Douma, calling it "a significant escalation in a pattern of chemical weapons use by that very terrible regime", sending 106 missiles to three sites, adding: "The purpose of our actions tonight is to establish a strong deterrent against the production, spread, and use of chemical weapons. I also have a message tonight for the two governments most responsible for supporting, equipping, and financing the criminal Assad regime. To Iran, and to Russia, I ask: What kind of a nation wants to be associated with the mass murder of innocent men, women, and children?", tweeting "Mission Accomplished"; the U.K. and France assist the U.S. with air strikes; U.S. defense secy. Jim Matis calls it "a one-time shot". On Apr. 15 U.S. U.N. ambassador Nikki Haley claims that the Trump admin. is preparing new sanctions for Russia over its support of Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad, causing an admin. official on Apr. 16 to clarify that it's delaying additional sanctions unless/until Russia engages in some new provocation inc. a new cyber attack so that Trump can work with them to combat Islamic extremism, etc. On Apr. 17 the U.S. (Roberts) Supreme Court rules 5-4 in Sessions v. Dimaya that the U.S. Immigration and Nationality Act's "crime of violence" provision is unconstitutionally vague; new justice Neil Gorsuch sides with the majority (Kagan, Ginsburg, Sotomayor, and Breyer, mostly women, with all men in the minority, Roberts, Kennedy, Alito, and Thomas), pissing-off Pres. Trump and causing him to call on Congress to close the loopholes. On Apr. 20 the Dem. Nat. Committee (DNC) sues Russia, the Trump campaign, WikiLeaks and Julian Assange for revealing how it rigged the Dem. primaries callit an "attack on our democracy", causing WikiLeaks to countersue, saying: "We've never lost a publishing case and discovery is going to be amazing fun"; on Apr. 23 Pres. Trump utters the soundbyte that the DNC is suing "Republicans for winning". On Apr. 23 French pres. Emmanuel Macron visits Pres. Trump in the White House, becoming the first state visit of Trump's presidency, attempting to persuade him to preserve Obama's Iran nuke deal. On Apr. 25 District of Columbia federal judge John Bates rules that Pres. Trump's decision to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program of Pres. Obama is "arbitrary" and "capricious" because his Justice Dept. didn't explain to him why the program is unlawful, causing White House press secy. Sarah Huckabee Sanders to utter the soundbyte that this is "good news for smugglers" and "creates an incentive for more illegal immigrant youth to come here". On Apr. 25, Red China sends a threatening letter to dozens of internat. airlines warning them to identify Taiwan as part of China or face severe consequences, causing the Trump admin. to announce that it "will stand up for Americans resisting efforts by the Chinese Communist Party to impose Chinese political correctness on American companies and citizens", calling the threats "Orwellian nonsense". On Apr. 26 after being bombarded with scurrilous allegations of misconduct and mismanagement, Pres. Trump's Levelland, Tex.-born personal physician Rear Adm. Ronny Lynn Jackson (1967-) withdraws his nomination as secy. of the Veterans Admin., and soon resigns as Trump's official physician. On Apr. 27 peace is finally declared between North and South Korea after 65 years in a summit in Goyang, South Korea, with South Korean pres. Moon Jae-in and North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un (who steps over the Demarcation Line in the DMZ, becoming the first North Korean leader since the end of the war in 1953) agreeing to denuclearize the peninsula, with Moon uttering the soundbyte: "We will totally end the war on the Korean peninsula and will establish a sound and solid peace on the Korean peninsula", causing U.S. Sen. (R-S.C.) Lindsey Graham to utter the soundbyte: What happened? Donald Trump convinced North Korea and China he was serious about bringing about change. We're not there yet, but if this happens, President Trump deserves the Nobel Peace Prize", after which 18 Repub. House members nominate him. On Apr. 27 German chancellor Angela Merkel visits Pres. Trump in the White House, joining Emmanuel Macron of France in working him over on the Iran deal. On Apr. 27 the House Selective Committee on Intelligence, chaired since Jan. 3, 2015 by U.S. Rep. (R-Calif.) (since Jan. 3, 2003) Devin Gerald Nunes (1973-) pub. its Final Report on Russian Election Meddling, finding no collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia in 2016, causing Trump foe John O. Brennan to tweet: "A highly partisan, incomplete, and deeply flawed report by a broken House Committee means nothing. The Special Counsel's work is being carried out by professional investigators - not political staffers. SC's findings will be comprehensive & authoritative. Stay tuned, Mr. Trump...."; the report also claims that nat. intel dir. James Clapper leaked the Christopher Steele dossier to CNN after Pres. Obama made him present the material to Donald Trump in Trump Tower on Jan. 6, 2017, after which CNN ran a story on Jan. 10 about the briefing, incl. the allegation of hos in Trump's Moscow hotel room; Clapper denies it; on Apr. 27 John O. Brennan issues a tweet with the soundbyte: "Mr. Trump: Your hypocrisy knows no bounds. Jim Clapper is a man of integrity, honesty, ethics, & morality. You are not. Jim Clapper served his country for over a half century, including in Vietnam. You did not. By your words & behavior, you diminish the Office of the Presidency"; on Aug. 17 Senate Intelligence Committee chmn. (since Jan. 3, 2015) (R-N.C.) Sen. (since Jan. 3, 2005) Richard Mauze Burr (1955-) publicly rebukes Brennan for his sour grapes statement that "there is no doubt" that Pres. Trump colluded with the Kremlin and that he is being blackmailed by Vladimir Putin, despite his nonpartisan committee spending over a year investigating the issue, asking why he didn't present any evidence in his hours of testimony before both the Senate and House Intelligence Committees, with the soundbyte: "If Director Brennan's statement is based on intelligence he received while still leading the CIA, why didn't he include it in the Intelligence Community Assessment released in 2017? If his statement is based on intelligence he has seen since leaving office, it constitutes an intelligence breach. If he has some other personal knowledge of or evidence of collusion, it should be disclosed to the Special Counsel, not The New York Times." On Apr. 27 retired top CIA, FBI, DOJ, and NSA officials incl. Kevin Shipp hold a press conference to demand that U.S. atty. Jeff Sessions prosecute top Obama admin. officials for attempting "an ongoing coup to remove a duly elected president", adding: "This is, at worst, treason with senior officials in the shadow government or Deep State... We have not seen anything like this since the presidency of John F. Kennedy." On Apr. 30 Nigerian pres. Muhammadu Buhari visits Pres. Trump in the White House, discussing terrorism and the genocide of Christians in Nigeria; Trump's "shithole country" remarks never come up. On Apr. 30 (12 days before Pres. Trump's May 12 deadline for deciding on the Iran nuclear deal) Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyau gives a speech detailing facts about Iran's Project Amad to build nukes found on 55K pages of documents and 55K files on 183 CDs ("half a ton") the Israelis stole from a secret storage facility in Shorabad, Tehran, proving that "Iran lied bigtime after signing the nuclear deal in 2015... Iran is brazenly lying when it says it never had a nuclear weapons program"; the Trump admin. confirms the authenticity of the documents; too bad, the documents are from their nuke project that they shut down in 2003, which is why they were kept in a neglected bldg. with no lock on the door?

Pres. Trump withdrawing from Iranian nuclear deal, May 8, 2018

On May 1, 2018 ex-NBA basketball star Dennis Rodman gives an interview to TMZ, uttering the soundbyte that his buddy dictator Kim Jong-un of North Korea had a "change of heart" about his nuclear program after reading Pres. Trump's 1987 book "The Art of the Deal", which he gave him in June 2017 on a trip to Pyongyang. On May 4 U.S. district judge T.S. Ellis III scolds special counsel Robert Mueller and his team of "lying" and really trying to target Pres. Trump, with the soundbyte: "I don't see what relation this indictment has to do with what the special counsel is authorized to investigate. You don't really care about Mr. Manafort. You really care about what information Mr. Manafort can give you to lead you to Mr. Trump and an impeachment, or whatever." On May 8 (2:00 p.m. local time) Pres. Trump announces that the U.S. is withdrawing from Obama's "horrible" Iran nuke deal (JCPOA) and reimposing "the most extreme" sanctions, calling it “one of the worst and most one-sided transactions the United States has ever entered into", causing co-signers U.K., France, and Germany to lament his decision and reaffirm support for the deal, and Obama to tweet that the decision is "a serious mistake". On May 10 (3:00 a.m.) U.S. secy. of state Mike Pompeo arrives from a meeting with Kim Jong-un in Korea at Andrews AFB with three Am. prisoners released for goodwill ahead of the upcoming summit. On May 12 the deadline for Pres. Trump to decide what to do about Obama's 2015 Iran nuke deal. On May 14 the U.S. embassy in Jerusalem, Israel officially opens amid violent Palestinian protests at the Gaza border that kill 62 Palestinians, incl. three armed terrorists trying to plant a bomb near the border fence, after which on May 15 the Palestinians stage a big funeral to gain internat. sympathy, with Hamas claiming that "50 Hamas martyrs during the Million Man March of Return on May 14", causing Turkey to call for an emergency meeting of the OIC as Israel and Turkey expel each other's ambassadors; on May 14 Trump critic John O. Brennan tweets the soundbyte: "Deaths in Gaza result of utter disregard of Messers Trump & Netanyahu for Palestinian rights & homeland. By moving Embassy to Jerusalem, Trump played politics, destroyed US peacemaker role. New generation of Israelis/Palestinians need to isolate extremists to find path to peace"; on May 15 U.S. U.N. ambassador Nikki Haley utters the soundbyte at the U.N. Security Council before walking out on the Palestinian rep: "Hamas has attacked the Kerem Shalom crossing, the biggest entry point in Gaza for fuel, food, and medical supplies. This is how determined they are to make the lives of the Palestinian people miserable. They light Molotov cocktails attached to kites on fire and attempt to fly them into Israel to cause as much destruction as possible. W hen asked yesterday why he put a swastika on his burning kite, the terrorist responded, 'The Jews go crazy when you mention Hitler.' This is what is endangering the people of Gaza. Make no mistake: Hamas is pleased with the results from yesterday. I ask my colleagues here in the Security Council, who among us would accept this type of activity on your border? No one would. No country in this chamber would act with more restraint than Israel has"; Israel is officially regathered for 70 years in fulfillment of the Biblical book of Daniel's 70 Weeks Prophecy? On May 18 a Rasmussen Poll shows Pres. Trump's approval rating rising to 50%, with over 50% supporting his decision to move the U.S. embassy to Jerusalem. bad guys Red China, Cuba, Iran, North Korea, Russia, and Turkey support the result. On May 20 (Sun.) U.S. ambassador to Israel David Friedman pub. an op-ed. on the Fox News Web site, with the soundbyte that the liberal media has been "glorifying" Hamas terrorists in its coverage of the U.S. embassy move to Jerusalem and Gaza riots in order to delegitimize Pres. Trump, and has "blood on its hands" for giving Hamas front page coverage so they could showboat. On May 21 (3:00 p.m.) Pres. Trump calls deputy atty. gen. Rod Rosenstein and FBI dir. Christopher Wray to the White House to answer allegations that a federal informant was planted in his campaign. On May 21 Pres. Trump issues a tweet which shares a quote from ex-Secret Service agent Dan Bongino, who slammed ex-CIA dir. John O. Brennan: "John Brennan is panicking. He has disgraced himself, he has disgraced the Country, he has disgraced the entire Intelligence Community. He is the one man who is largely responsible for the destruction of American's faith in the Intelligence Community and in some people at the top of the FBI"; "Brennan started this entire debacle about President Trump. We now know that Brennan had detailed knowledge of the (phony) Dossier...he knows about the Dossier, he denies knowledge of the Dossier, he briefs the Gang of 8 on the Hill about the Dossier, which they then used to start an investigation about Trump"; "It is that simple. This guy is the genesis of this whole Debacle. This was a Political hit job, this was not an Intelligence Investigation. Brennan has disgraced himself, he's worried about staying out of Jail." On May 22-23 Pres. Trump announces his Spygate conspiracy theory on Twitter, claiming that the Obama admin. planted a paid spy inside his 2016 pres. campaign to assist his rival Hillary Clinton to win the election, and that starting in Dec. 2015 there was a counter-intel operation inside his campaign; top congressmen of both major parties pooh-pooh his claims, clearing the FBI of misconduct, although they acknowledge that an FBI informant approached three Trump campaign advisors in 2016 in a covert effort to investigate Russian interference in the election. On May 23 the NFL bans on-field kneeling during the playing of the U.S. Nat. Anthem; too bad, some players do it anyway; on Aug. 22 after ESPN announces that it will discontinue the Nat. Anthem before each Monday Night Football, Pres. Trump sends out an email to supporters calling for a boycott, calling it a "spineless surrender to the politically correct liberal mob". On May 24 Pres. Trump cancels the planned North Korea summit scheduled for June 12 (6-12-18 = 6+6+6) in Singapore, with the soundbyte: "Based on the tremendous anger and open hostility displayed in your most recent statement, I feel it is inappropriate, at this time, to have this long-planned meeting"; the next day he reinstates it. On May 24 Pres. Trump pardons heavyweight boxing champ Jack Johnson (1878-1946) while flanked by "Rocky" actor Sylvester Stallone, former heavyweight boxing champ Lennox Lewis, and heavyweight boxing champ Deontay Wilder. On May 30 (p.m.) Canadian leftist anti-Trump comedian Samantha Bee calls Ivanka Trump a "feckless cunt" on her "Full Frontal" show, causing a public outcry that ends in Bee issuing an apology. On May 31 U.S. commerce secy. Wilbur Ross announces new tariffs on steel and aluminum for Canada, the EU, and Mexico after deals were not reached. On May 31 Pres. Trump signs a law rolling back some of the regs of the 2010 Dodd-Frank Law, allowing community banks to go back in biz. In May Pres. Trump cuts the U.S. federal payroll by 3K jobs, making a total of 24K since he took office.

On June 1, 2018 ex-CIA dir. John O. Brennan pub. an op-ed in The Washington Post slamming "Mr. Trump" (he refuses to call him president) as a "snake-oil salesman" who has shown "mean-spirited, malicious, and highly abnormal behavior" who "lies routinely to the American people without compunction" while "intentionally fueling divisions", claiming that Trump's election "dealt a serious blow" to "the esteem with which I held the presidency", adding "Almost immediately, I began to see a startling aberration from the remarkable, though human, presidents I had served. Mr. Trump's lifelong preoccupation with aggrandizing himself seemed to intensify in office, and he quickly leveraged his 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. address and his Twitter handle to burnish his brand and misrepresent reality"; not only that, but Trump "charts his every move according to a calculus of how it will personally help or hurt him. His strategy is to undercut real, potential and perceived opponents; his focus is to win at all costs, irrespective of truth, ethics, decency and - many would argue - the law", comparing him to "deamagogues" who "routinely relied on lies, deceit, and suppression of political opposition to cast themselves as populist heroes and to mask self-serving priorities"; "By gaining control of intelligence and security services, stifling the independence of the judiciary and discrediting a free press, these authoritarian rulers followed a time-tested recipe for how to inhibit democracy's development, retard individual freedoms and liberties, and reserve the spoils of corrupt governance for themselves and their ilk", concluding: "I will speak out until integrity returns to the White House"; on June 2 Pres. Trump tweets back, quoting conservative commentator Dan Bongino, who appeared on "Fox & Friends" earlier that day: "John Brennan, no single figure in American history has done more to discredit the intelligence community than this liar. Not only is he a liar, he's a liar about being a liar." On June 6 (p.m.) Pres. Trump hosts in iftar dinner for ambassadors from Muslim-majority nations, describing it as "a sacred tradition of one of the world's great religion"; meanwhile anti-Trump Muslims demonstrate nearby, shouting "No ban, no wall, sanctuary for all"; Trump refused to hold the dinner in 2017. On June 8-9 the G7 Summit in Charlevoix, Quebec, Canada sees cock of the rock Pres. Trump call for Russia to join and make it the G8, then blast Canadian PM Justin Trudeau (known for his babyish face with fake eyebrows) as "meek and mild" after refusing to sign the leftist G7 Communique (promising action on progressive taxation, global warming, women's equality et al.) and getting a parting shot from him, after which on June 10 Pres. Trump tweets the soundbyte: "PM Justin Trudeau of Canada acted so meek and mild during our @G7 meetings only to give a news conference after I left saying that, 'US Tariffs were kind of insulting' and he 'will not be pushed around.' Very dishonest & weak. Our Tariffs are in response to his of 270% on dairy!", to which his enemy John O. Brennan tweets the reply: "Your wrong-headed protectionist policies & antics are damaging our global standing as well as our national interests. Your worldview does not represent American ideals. To allies & friends: Be patient, Mr. Trump is a temporary aberration. The America you once knew will return." On June 10 the 2018 (72nd) Tony Awards at Radio City Musical Hall in New York City, hosted by Sara Bareilles and Josh Groban gives 10 awards incl. best musical to "The Band's Visit"; "Harry Potter and the Cursed Child" wins six awards incl. best play; "Angels in America" wins three awards; Robert De Niro utters the crowd-pleasing soundbyte: "It's no longer just down with Trump. It's fuck Trump." On June 12 the off-again-on-again Trump-Jong Un (U.S.-North Korea) Summit in the Capella Hotel on Sentosa Island in Singapore proceeds quickly and amicably, with handshaking back-slapping Trump claiming he now has a "special bond" with the evil mass-murdering dictator, promising to stop military exercises in the Korean peninsula, and Kim reiterating his commitment to denuclearization, ending with both signing a communique and Trump inviting Kim to the White House. On June 14 U.S. Dept. of Justice Inspector Gen. Michael E. Horowitz releases a 500-page report on the mishandling of the Hillary Clinton email server scandal, slapping FBI dir. James Comey and atty. gen. Loretta Lynch on the wrist, despite revealing that Comey topped Hillary by using his personal Gmail account for official biz; on June 16 Pres. Trump tweets the soundbyte: "The IG Report totally destroys James Comey and all of his minions including the great lovers, Peter Strzok and Lisa Page, who started the graceful Witch Hunt against so many innocent people. It will go down as a dark and dangerous period in American History!" On June 14 Pres. Trump announces his intention of slapping $50B of tariffs on Chinese goods, causing the Chinese to do ditto. On June 18 Pres. Trump announces his plan to create an independent "separate but equal" Space Force as a 6th branch of the U.S. militarey, ordering Joint Chiefs of Staff Joseph Dunford to carry it out pronto, with the soundbytes: "It is not enough to have an American presence in space, we must have an American dominance in space", and "General, got it?"; Trump also tweets the soundbyte about German chancellor Angela Merkel's migrant policy: "Crime in Germany is way up. Bit mistake made all over Europe in allowing millions of people who have so strongly and violently change their culture!" On June 19 as it begins a 3-day meeting in Geneva, U.S. U.N. ambassador Nikki Haley and U.S. secy. of state Mike Pompeo announce that the U.S. has pulled out of the U.N. Human Rights Council, calling it "not worthy of its name" and a "protector of human rights abusers and cesspool of political bias", accusing it of "politicizing and scapegoating countries with positive human rights records". On June 19 ICE launches Operation Limelight at Newark Internat. Airport in N.J. to inform passengers traveling to countries that have a high risk of female genital mutilation (FGM) of the laws and penalties. On June 19 (eve.) U.S. Homeland Security secy. Kirstjen Nielsen is chased out of a Mexican restaurant by anti-Trump activists over the children separation issue, shouting "You're a villain locking up immigrant children"; on June 25 White House press secy. Sarah Huckabee Sanders is asked to leave the Red Hen Restaurant in Lexington, Va., causing Trump to respond that the "dirty" restaurant "badly needs a paint job", while leftist Calif. Dem. rep. Maxine Waters calls for more such actions, with the soundbyte: "If you see anybody from that (Trump) Cabinet in a restaurant, in a department store, at a gasoline station, you get out and you create a crowd. You push back on them. Tell them they're not welcome anymore, anywhere!", forcing Nancy Pelosi to condemn her, after which she backtracks and denies calling for anybody to be harmed. On June 20 after a bipartisan uproar about tearing illegal immigrant children away from their families, topped by Hollyweird actor Peter Fonda uttering the soundbyte: "Let's rip Barron Trump from his mother's arms and put him in a cage with pedophiles", Pres. Trump signs an executive order keeping families together at the border. On June 21 First Lady Melania Trump visits some children's shelters at the U.S.-Mexico border in Tex. along with HHS secy. Alex Azar, paving the way for accelerated reunification with their families; she wears a jacket reading "I really don't care. Do U?" on the back, pissing-off the PC police. On June 22 Pres. Trump tweets the soundbyte that the only way to get immigration legislation passed is for Repubs. to give up in immigration reform until a Red Wave of Repubs. is elected to Congress in Nov., which Repub. leaders immediately ignore. On June 23 Pres. Trump tweets the soundbyte: ".@FoxNews Poll numbers plummet on the Democrat inspired and paid for Russian Witch Hunt. With all of the bias, lying and hate by the investigators, people want the investigators investigated. Much more will come out. A total scam and excuse for the Dems losing the Election!", causing Trump enemy John O. Brennan to tweet the reply "Your fear of exposure is palpable. Your desperation even more so. When will those of conscience among your Cabinet, inner circle, and Republican leadership realize that your unprincipled and unethical behavior as well as your incompetence are seriously damaging our Nation." On June 26 the U.S. Supreme (Roberts) Court rules 5-4 in ? v. ? to uphold Pres. Trump's Muslim country travel ban, confirming that it is "squarely within the scope of presidential authority, with his anti-Muslim campaign statements being irrelevant, but seemingly only because the ban only affects 8% of the world's Muslims, the whole decision pissing-off leftists incl. ACLU deputy legal dir. Cecilia Wang, who calls the decision "a dreadful day", vowing to "fight on to express the will of the people to uphold equality and freedom" and flood the U.S. with Muslims who will destroy its Constitutional repub. to please the ACLU and other Commies?; Pres. Trump calls it a "tremendous victory for the American people"; dissenter justice Sonia Sotomayor writes the soundbyte: "History will not look kindly on the court's misguided decision today, nor should it"; no blanket statement that Islam may be used as a criteria to ban people from entering the U.S. if it is deemed a threat to the Constitution, no castigation of the lower courts for bowing to leftists and usurping the president's and Congress' authority in a separation of powers power grab attempt?

On July 9, 2018 (7:00 p.m. EDT) after the Dems. go wild at the prospect of Roe v. Wade being overturned, and key Senate Dems. Joe Donnelly (Ind.), Heidi Heitkamp (N.D.), and Joe Manchin (W. Va.) refuse invitations, Pres. Trump nominates conservative Roman Catholic D.C. Appeals Court judge (since 2006) Brett Michael Kavanaugh (1965-) to the U.S. Supreme Court to fill the vacancy of retiring justice Anthony Kennedy, for whom he once clerked, pissing-off Dems, causing Hillary Clinton to utter the soundbyte to the Am. Federation of Teachers on July 13 that Repubs. want to turn the black, er, clock back to the 1850s. On July 11 Pres. Trump meets in Brussels with leaders of NATO, whipping them in line to increase defense spending, uttering the soundbyte: "I told them today that the EU better be careful because immigration is taking over Europe and I said that loud and clear." On July 12 Pres. Trump arrives in Britain to a royal welcome by PM Theresa May, followed by another at Windsor Castle by Elizabeth II on July 13, amid large anti-Trump street demonstrations, incl. a giant Baby Trump Blimp, causing Trump to say that he doesn't feel welcome there, telling The Sun newspaper that unless Euros "act very quickly, it's never going to be what it was, and I don't mean that in a positive way", adding "I think you are losing your culture. Look around. You go through certain areas that didn't exist 10 or 15 years ago", later telling a press conference: "I made a point today. I said, you've got to stop. You're ruining your - you're going to have a lot of problems. You see what's going on throughout the world with immigration"; on July 14 he visits Scotland, facing more protests; Prince William and Prince Charles snub Trump, who makes a mild etiquette boo-boo by turning his back to the diminutive queen. On July 12 Repubs. on the House Oversight Committee and House Judiciary Committee grill FBI agent Peter Strzok for nine hours while Dems. turn it into a circus trying to cover for him with procedural objections; Strzok acts defiant, calling the hearing a "victory notch in Putin's belt" while acknowledging texts saying "Stop Trump", but claiming that there is "simply no evidence of bias in my professional actions" (other than sending the damning texts on FBI equipment), claiming he was kicked off the Russia probe over an "appearance" issue not because of "bias", adding that he didn't appreciate Repub. Rep. Trey Gowdy (who accuses him of "textbook bias" with his anti-Trump texts) to say otherwise, causing Gowdy to reply: "I don't give a damn what you appreciate, Agent Strzok. I don't appreciate an FBI agent with an unprecedented level of animus working on two major investigations in 2016" - try using a racial slur and see how that argument works? On July 13 (Fri.) a grand jury indicts 12 Russian intel officers for hacking computers of Hillary Clinton's campaign and the Dem. Nat. Committee, but no Americanskies, causing Pres. Trump to tweet the soundbyte: "The stories you heard about the 12 Russians yesterday took place during the Obama Administration, not the Trump Administration. Why didn't they do something about it, especially when it was reported that President Obama was informed by the FBI in September, before the Election?" On July 16 the Trump-Putin Summit in Helsinki, Finland, hosted by Finnish pres. (since Mar. 1, 2012) Sauli Niinisto sees Trump side with Putin on the Ritz against his own Obama-Hillary-infiltrated intel agencies, uttering the soundbyte that he didn't say any reason why it would be Russia that interfered with the 2016 U.S. election, pissing-off traitors in the U.S. govt., who expose themselves by calling him a traitor, incl. John McCain, Chuck Schumer, Arnold Schwarzenegger, and John Brennan, who calls Trump's comments "imbecilic" and explicitly uses the T-word, while overlooking the fact that he voted for Communist Party USA candidate Gus Hall for U.S. pres. in 1976; McCain calls it "One of the most disgraceful performances by an American president in memory", adding "No prior president has ever abased himself more abjectly before a tyrant"; Trump calls Brennan a "total lowlife"; most of these same critics called Pres. George W. Bush a traitor for believing his intel services when they claimed that Iraq had WMD; Trump later corrects himself, saying that he meant to say he didn't see any reason why it wouldn't be Russia. On July 18 the EU fines Google 4.3B Euros for anti-competitive abuse with its Android mobile software, and another 2.4B Euro fine for its search monopoly for "denying rivals a chance to innovate", causing Pres. Trump to tweet the soundbyte: "I told you so! They truly have taken advantage of the U.S., but not for long!" On July 22 after Iranian nutcase Hassan Rouhani tweets that the U.S. should be aware that "war with Iran is the mother of all wars", Pres. Trump tweets the soundbyte: "NEVER, EVER THREATEN THE UNITED STATES AGAIN OR YOU WILL SUFFER CONSEQUENCES THE LIKES OF WHICH FEW THROUGHOUT HISTORY HAVE EVER SUFFERED BEFORE", causing Iranian foreign minister Javad Zarif to tweet the soundbyte: "COLOR US UNIMPRESSED... BE CAUTIOUS!" On July 23 after the Carter Page FISA docs are released, Pres. Trump tweets the soundbyte: "So we now find out that it was indeed the unverified and Fake Dirty Dossier, that was paid for by Crooked Hillary Clinton and the DNC, that was knowingly & falsely submitted to FISA and which was responsible for starting the totally conflicted and discredited Mueller Witch Hunt!" On July 25 Pres. Trump meets in the White House with European Commission head Jean-Claude Juncker, and agree on a trade plan that gives Trump nearly everything he wants. On July 27 Pres. Trump announces a 2nd quarter GDP growth of 4.1%, uttering the soundbyte: "Once again we are the economic envy of the entire world. When I meet the leaders of countries, the first thing they say invariably is Mr. President, so nice to meet you, congratulations on your economy, you're leading the entire world." On July 29 Pres. Trump tweets the soundbyte: "Had a very good and interesting meeting at the White House with A.G. Sulzberger, Publisher of the New York Times. Spent much time talking about the vast amounts of Fake News being put out by the media & how that Fake News has morphed into phrase, 'Enemy of the People.' Sad!"; on Aug. 2 after his daughter Ivanka appears to contradict him, Pres. Trump tweets the soundbyte: "They asked my daughter Ivanka whether or not the media is the enemy of the people. She correctly said now. It is the FAKE NEWS, which is a large percentage of the media, that is the enemy of the people"; on Aug. 5 Pres. Trump tweets the soundbyte: "The Fake News hates me saying that they are the Enemy of the People only because they know it's TRUE. I am providing a great service by explaining this to the American People. They purposely cause great division & distrust. They can also cause War! They are very dangerous & sick!" On July 30 Pres. Trump holds a conference with Italian PM (since June 1) Giuseppe Conte, uttering the soundbyte that he'd "certainly meet" with Iranian pres. Hassan Rouhani sans preconditions, adding "I'll meet with anybody. There's nothing wrong with meeting." On July 31 NBA star LeBron James gives an interview to CNN, claiming that he believes Pres. Trump "is kind of trying to divide us", causing Trump on Aug. 3 to tweet the soundbyte: "Lebron James was just interviewed by the dumbest man on television, Don Lemon. He made Lebron look smart, which isn't easy to do. I like Mike!", causing Lemon on Aug. 4 to tweet the soundbyte: "Who's the real dummy? A man who puts kids in classrooms or one who puts kids in cages?" (forgetting that Pres. Obama did it too?)

U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson (1955-)

On Aug. 1, 2018 after a week of threats, Pres. Trump blacklists Turkish interior minister Suleyman Soylu and justice minister Abdulhamit Gul to pressure Turkey to release N.C. Christian missionary Andrew Brunson, pissing-off Turkish dictator Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who on Aug. 4 threatens sanctions on two members of Pres. Trump's cabinet to retaliate. On Aug. 2 Pres. Trump tweets a thank you to North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un for returning the remains of U.S. servicemen. On Aug. 8 the Trump admin. announces new sanctions on Russia over a Novichok chemical weapons attack on former Russian intel officer Sergei V. Skripal in Mar. in Salisbury, England. On Aug. 13 after learning they did it on Aug. 10, Pres. Trump crows his approval of the firing of FBI agent Peter Strzok, tweeting the soundbyte: "Agent Peter Strzok was just fired from the FBI — finally. The list of bad players in the FBI & DOJ gets longer & longer. Based on the fact that Strzok was in charge of the Witch Hunt, will it be dropped? It is a total Hoax. No Collusion, No Obstruction — I just fight back!"; "Just fired Agent Strzok, formerly of the FBI, was in charge of the Crooked Hillary Clinton sham investigation. It was a total fraud on the American public and should be properly redone!" On Aug. 13 Pres. Trump signs a defense policy bill that blocks the transfer of 100 F-35 fighter jets to Turkey, adding to the impact of his decision a week ago to double down on tariffs on Turkish aluminum and steel and stealing Turkey's dream of having the 3rd largest F-35 fleet on Earth by the 2020s. On Aug. 14 Craig Unger pub. House of Trump, House of Putin: The Untold Story of Donald Trump and the Russian Mafia, which claims that Pres. Trump is Russia's asset in the White House, having been bought way back in the late 1980s by the Russian mafia, who used him for money laundering via his real estate empire, causing him to seek a govt. position with placement in Moscow in 1986, and take a call from Senate minority leader Bob Dole in 1987, meaning he had political aspirations. On Aug. 14 (06:37 GMT) 29-y.-o. Sudanese Muslim Salih Khater (1989-) from Birmingham drives his silver Ford Fiesta through a group of cyclists into security barriers outside Parliament in London, England, injuring three before being arrested on suspicion of terrorism, causing Pres. Trump to tweet the soundbyte: "Another terrorist attack in London. These animals are crazy and must be dealt with through toughness and strength!"; Khater's friends call it an accident; Muslim London Mayor Sadiq Khan calls for cars to be banned from Parliament Square. On Aug. 15 Pres. Trump revokes the security clearance of Trump-hating pro-Muslim ex-CIA dir. John O. Brennan, whom U.S. Sen. Rand Paul called "the most biased, bigoted, over-the-top, hyperbolic sort of unhinged director of the CIA we've ever had", with Trump saying that he "has recently leveraged his status... to make a series of unfounded and outrageous allegations, wild outbursts on the Internet and on television about this admin.", causing U.S. Sen. John Kennedy (R-La.) to tell CNN that Brennan is a "butthead" who has given the intel community "a bad name", and Rand Paul to issue a new soundbyte: "I think John Brennan's actually a national security risk to the country and we are safer because his security clearance is gone. And the reason I say that is because, in 2012, he actually released information to other ex-CIA agents who went on TV and said, 'We have a double agent in Yemen'. Well, at the time, there was a double agent in Yemen at his life, his or her, I don't know who it was, but their life was put in risk because John Brennan's releasing information that he shouldn't. John Brennan also was involved with illegally looking at Democrats computers who were investigating CIA torture, and then, lying about it before the committee"; on Aug. 15 Brennan tweets the soundbyte: "This action is part of a broader effort by Mr. Trump to suppress freedom of speech & punish critics. It should gravely worry all Americans, including intelligence professionals, about the cost of speaking out. My principles are worth far more than clearances. I will not relent"; on Aug. 16 retired 4-star adm. William McRaven (known for overseeing the Osama bin Laden raid) pub. an op-ed in The Washington Post on Aug. 16 protesting Trump's actions, with the soundbyte that he stands with Brennan, and that "I would consider it an honor if you would revoke my security clearance as well, so I can add my name to the list of men and women who have spoken up against your presidency"; meanwhile 13 former CIA dirs. and deputy dirs. incl. William Webster, Porter Goss, Gen. Michael Hayden, John McLaughlin, Leon Panetta, Gen. David Petraeus, Gen. James Clapper, Michael Morrell, Avril Haines, David Cohen, George Tenet, Stephen Kappes, and Robert Gates release a statement denouncing Trump's actions, with the soundbyte that they had "nothing to do with who should and should not hold security clearances - and everything to do with an attempt to stifle free speech", adding: "We have never before seen the approval or removal of security clearances used as a political tool, as was done in this case. This action is quite clearly a signal to other former and current officials" to stay silent, stressing that decisions on security clearances "should be based on national security concerns and not political views." On Aug. 15 Dem. N.Y. Gov. Andrew Cuomo utters the soundbyte that America "was never that great", citing long-lasting inequalities with women et al., pissing-off Trump supporters and causing Pres. Trump on Aug. 17 to tweet the soundbyte: "How does a politician, Cuomo, known for pushing people and businesses out of his state, not to mention having the highest taxes in the U.S., survive making the statement, WE'RE NOT GOING TO MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN, IT WAS NEVER THAT GREAT? Which section of the sentence is worse?" On Aug. 16 after a campaign by 350 newspapers led by the Boston Globe, the U.S. Senate unanimously votes to condemn Pres. Trump's attacks on the press without naming him, affirming that "the press is not the enemy of the people". On Aug. 16 pissed-off anti-Trump Obama-Hillary shill John O. Brennan pub. an op-ed in The New York Times, attempting to connect his security clearance revocation to the Robert Muller investigation and the Omarosa revelations, calling Pres. Trump's denial of Russian collusion "hogwash", with the soundbyte: "Mr. Trump clearly has become more desperate to protect himself and those close to him, which is why he made the politically motivated decision to revoke my security clearance in an attempt to scare into silence others who might dare to challenge him"; meanwhile U.S. Army Brig. Gen. Anthony Tata gives an interview to "Fox & Friends", calling former CIA dir. John O. Brennan a "clear and present danger" to the U.S. who wants to "overthrow" Pres. Trump, adding: "I've made my feelings known about Mr. Brennan. I think most Americans look at our national intelligence experts as being above politics. Mr. Brennan has demonstrated that that's not the case. He's been totally political. I think I called him a butthead and I meant it. I think he's given the national intelligence community a bad name"; on Aug. 17 former U.S. Army Ranger Kris "Tanto" Paronto, hero of the 9/11/12 Battle of Benghazi gives an interview to Fox News, blasting John O. Brennan for calling Pres. Trump treasonous, saying that if anybody's been treasonous in the federal govt. it's him, citing his support for Communists and Islam; on Aug. 16 he responds to Brennan's tweet about his principles being worth far more than clearances with the soundbyte: "Benghazi remains a dark stain on Brennan, Hillary and Obama's time in government"; on Aug. 17 Pres. Trump utters the soundbyte to reporters about Brennan's complaints of being silenced: "There's no silence. If anything, I'm giving them a bigger voice. Many people don't even know who he is, and now he has a bigger voice, and that's okay with me, because I like taking on voices like that. I've never respected him", pointing to the statements of Repub. N.C. Sen. Richard Burr, chmn. of the Senate Intelligence Committee, with the soundbyte: "Senator Burr said it best: If you knew anything, why didn't you report it when you were before all of these committees, including their committee. So he had a chance to report. He never did"; on Aug. 18 Trump tweets the soundbyte: "Has anyone looked at the mistakes that John Brennan made while serving as CIA Director? He will go down as easily the WORST in history & since getting out, he has become nothing less than a loudmouth, partisan, political hack who cannot be trusted with the secrets to our country!" On Aug. 19 U.S. Senate Homeland Security Chmn. (since Jan. 3, 2015) Sen. (R-Wisc.) (since Jan. 3, 2011) Ronald Harold "Ron" Johnson (1955-) gives an interview to Chris Wallace on Fox News Sunday, saying that he has "no problem" with Pres. Trump pulling John O. Brennan's security clearance, with the soundbyte: "I do believe that former CIA Director John Brennan abused his privilege. When you're an ex-CIA director and you are going on all the cable news shows and acting as partisan as he is and accusing the president of the United States of treasonous behavior, high crimes and misdemeanors- last time I checked, treason was punishable by death - you just crossed a line. And you know, there is a difference between being eligible for receiving classified information and gaining access to it. Let's face it, nobody was going to be consulting with John Brennan. He didn't need access to any classified information, not during this administration. So, I have no problem that the president pulled his clearance", going on to add that he doesn't want the pulling of security clearances to become "routine" or "politicized". On Aug. 20 the U.S. deports accused Nazi labor camp guard Jakiw Palij (1923-) of Queens, N.Y. to Dusseldorf after a decade-long dispute with Berlin after longtime Queens resident Pres. Trump instructs his ambassador to Germany Richard Grenell to give it high priority; Trump-hating comedian Kathy Griffin tweets the soundbyte: "If ICE is in the business of removing despicable Nazis, can they please head over to the White House?" On Aug. 20 after hearing rumors that he's going to sue him, Pres. Tweet tweets the soundbyte: "I hope John Brennan, the worst CIA Director in our country's history, brings a lawsuit. It will then be very easy to get all of his records, texts, emails and documents to show not only the poor job he did, but how he was involved with the Mueller Rigged Wiatch Hunt. He won't sue!" "Everybody wants to keep their Security Clearance, it's worth great prestige and big dollars, even board seats, and that is why certain people are coming forward to protect Brennan. It certainly isn't because of the good job he did! He is a political 'hack'"; on Aug. 20 he follows with the tweet: "Everybody wants to keep their Security Clearance, it's worth great prestige and big dollars, even board seats, and that is why certain people are coming forward to protect Brennan. It certainly isn't because of the good job he did! He is a political 'hack'." On Aug. 21 Pres. Trump's atty. Michael Cohen strikes a plea bargain, admitting that he arranged payoffs to silence two women, porn star Stormy Daniels and Playboy Playmate Karen McDougal at Trump's direction, possibly violating campaign laws (but probably not?), causing Trump's enemy Chuck Schumer to demand that the Senate postpone hearings on Trump's Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh; on Aug. 22 Trump gives an interview to Fox News, acknowledging that he learned of the payments "later on", but "They didn't come out of the campaign, they came from me", admitting that if they did it "that could be a little dicey", followed by a tweet with the soundbyte: "If anyone is looking for a good lawyer, I would strongly suggest that you don't retain the services of Michael Cohen!" On Aug. 21 Pres. Trump's campaign chmn. Paul Manafort is convicted on 8 of 18 charges incl. bank fraud and tax fraud (after one juror holds out) while expression disappointment at not being acquitted then bring up the possibility of a late plea bargain since Muller has been out to get Trump all along and anything goes if there's a Dem. majority elected to Congress in Nov.?; on Aug. 22 Trump tweets the soundbyte: "Michael Cohen plead guilty to two counts of campaign finance violations that are not a crime. President Obama had a big campaign finance violation and it was easily settled!" On Aug. 21 24-y.-o. illegal immigrant Christhian Rivera (1994-) confesses to the murder of 20-y.-o. white college student Mollie Tibbetts (1998-) in Brooklyn, Iowa in July after stalking her in his car and dumping her body in a cornfield, claiming to black out and not remember details, causing Pres. Trump to utter the soundbytes: "The immigration laws are such a disgrace. We're getting them changed, but we have to get more Republicans" and "The Democrats want to turn America into one big, fat sanctuary city for criminal aliens, and honestly, honestly, they're more protective of aliens, the criminal aliens, than they are of the people"; Rivera passed an E-Verify test to obtain employment at Yarrabee Pig Farms using a stolen ID; on Aug. 21 Pres. Trump tweets the soundbytes: A Blue Wave means Crime and Open Borders. A Red Wave means Safety and Strength!", followed by: "I am sorry to have to reiterate that there are serious and unpleasant consequences to crossing the Border into the United States ILLEGALLY! If there were no serious consequences, our country would be overrun with people trying to get in, and our system could not handle it!"; one juror claims that Robert Muller's team kept trying to make the trial about collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia, and one was seen catnapping during the trial. On Aug. 21 Pres. Trump tweets the soundbyte: "Even James Clapper has admonished John Brennan for having gone totally off the rails. Maybe Clapper is being nice to me so he doesn't lose his Security Clearance for lying to Congress!" On Aug. 22 Chuck Todd of NBC's "Today Show" utters the soundbyte: "The Judiciary Committee in the House of Representatives would begin to look to see if there's enough evidence to start investigating and drawing up articles of impeachment, but this is not a functional Congress. This is a Congress controlled by Republicans. They would have to do this on their own president. But I have to tell you, I think there is going to be increased political heat, and you're going to have a divided Republican party: those who are fearing Trump as a drag and those that know that his base is there till the end." On Aug. 23 NBC News reports that Pres. Trump's close friend David Pecker, chmn. of Am. Media Inc., publisher of The National Enquirer was granted immunity by federal prosecutors for giving info. about Pres. Trump's payments to Michael Cohen. On Aug. 26 Am. golfer Tiger Woods is grilled by reporters at the Northern Trust Tournament, refusing to diss Pres. Trump and instead uttering the soundbyte: "He's the president of the United States. You have to respect the office", causing ESPN commentators Max Kellerman and Stephen A. Smith to say that Tiger is "not really black". On Aug. 27 Pres. Trump hails his "realy good" new trade deal with Mexico, ditching the 1994 NAFTA agreement; NAFTA talks with Canada are set to begin, but fall through on Aug. 31. On Aug. 27 Pres. Trump holds a secret meeting with evangelical leaders in the State Dining Room of the White House, pleading for help in the upcoming elections, with the soundbyte: "This November 6 election is very much a referendum on not only me, it's a referendum on your religion, it's a referendum on free speech and the First Amendment. It's a referendum on so much." On Aug. 28 Pres. Trump tweets the soundbyte: "Google search results for 'Trump News' shows only the viewing/reporting of Fake New Media. In other words, they have it RIGGED, for me & others, so that almost all stories & news is BAD. Fake CNN is prominent. Republican/Conservative & Fair Media is shut out. Illegal? 96% of results on “Trump News” are from National Left-Wing Media, very dangerous. Google & others are suppressing voices of Conservatives and hiding information and news that is good. They are controlling what we can & cannot see. This is a very serious situation-will be addressed!", after which White economic advisor Larry Kudlow utters the soundbyte that the Trump admin. is "taking a look" at imposing regulations on Google. On Aug. 28 Justice Dept. official Bruce Ohr testifies for eight hours behind closed doors at the U.S. House of Reps, who want to know how the govt. decided to investigate Pres. Trump's campaign, and the role of Fusion GPS and its cofounder Glenn Simpson along with former FBI atty. Lisa Page; "Either Bruce Ohr's lying or Glenn Simpson's lying" (Matt Gaetz, R-Fla.). On Aug. 29 Pres. Trump blocks an automatic 2.1% pay raise for 1.5 federal workers, and asks Congress not to pass a pay raise next year. On Aug. 31 the Trump admin. announces an immediate end to all U.S. funding of the U.N. Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA); last year it contributed $364M, about one-third of its budget; it also announces a decision to cancel $300M of aid to Pakistan over its failure to take decisive action against jihadists. On Aug. 31 an ABC/Washington Post Poll reveals a record 53% disapproval of Pres. Trump's job performance, along with a record low 36% approval.

On Sept. 1, 2018 John McCain's funeral at Washington Nat. Cathedral in Washington, D.C. is attended by ex-presidents Bill Clinton, George W. Bush, and Barack Obama, and features a speech by McCain's daughter Meghan McCain, who delivers rebukes of Trump; meanwhile, Pres. Trump, who wasn't invited, plays golf at Trump Nat. Golf Club in Sterling, Va. On Sept. 3 (U.S. Labor Day) a Rasmussen Poll shows that 47% of likely U.S. voters approve of Pres. Trump's job performance, while 51% disapprove; 35% strongly approve, and 42% strongly disapprove; Pres. Obama's 2010 Labor Day figures were 45% approved, 54% disapproved. On Sept. 4 excerpts are released from Watergate hero journalist's new book "Fear", to be published by CBS-owned Simon & Simon, going low and quoting anon. admin. officials that there is a "nervous breakdown" inside Pres. Trump's admin., quoting defense secy. Jim Mattis as claiming that Trump has the IQ of "a fifth- or sixth-grader", and chief os staff John Kelly as calling Trump an "idiot", which Mattis and Kelly deny. against foreign interference; meanwhile the elephant in the room of social media censorship of non-leftist speech is barely addressed. On Sept. 5 The New York Times pub. an anon. op-ed by a "senior official in the Trump administration" titled "I Am Part of the Resistance Inside the Trump Administration", claiming to be part of a secret Repub. White House "resistance" to control (not oust) "erratic" and "amoral" Pres. Trump, who have turned Trump's presidency "two-track", ignoring his orders and doing what they want instead, citing Trump's "preference for autocrats and dictators", calling Trump's leadership style "impetuous, adversarial, petty and ineffective", with the soundbyte: "Americans should be aware that there are adults in the room", claiming that early in Trump's administration they quietly discussed invoking the 25th Amendment to remove him for being unable to perform his duties, but claiming "This isn't the work of the so-called deep state. It's the work of the steady state", adding" To be clear; ours is not the popular 'resistance' of the left. We want the administration to succeed and think that many of its policies have already made America safer and more prosperous", causing pissed-off Trump to tweet "TREASON?", followed by: "Does the so-called 'Senior Administration Official' really exist, or is it just the Failing New York Times with another phony source? If the GUTLESS anonymous person does indeed exist, the Times must, for National Security purposes, turn him/her over to government at once!", and White House press secy. Sarah Sanders to call the article "pathetic, reckless and selfish", with the soundbyte: "Nearly 62 million people voted for President Donald J. Trump in 2016. None of them voted for a gutless anonymous source to the failing New York Times", and "Are the investigative 'journalists' of the New York Times going to investigate themselves - who is the anonymous letter writer?" On Sept. 7 ex-U.S.pres. Obama gives a speech at the U. of Ill. in Urbana-Champaign, breaking with tradition to blast Pres. Trump; Trump, ragging about how people who "pray differently" (Muslims) shouldn't be criticized, and trying to take credit for Trump's economic recovery, saying that it began during his admin., knocking Trump for his slow response to Nazi demonstrators, and dissing Trump for denying climate change, with the soundbyte: "We know that climate change isn't just coming, it is here", which Hillary Clinton backs via a tweet: "We're not fighting for the planet in some abstract sense here. e're fighting for our continued ability to live on it"; meanwhile on the campaign trail in Fargo, N.D., Trump responds that "I found he's very good for sleeping". On Sept. 12 Pres. Trump signs an executive order allowing sanctions to be levied on foreigners caught interfering in U.S. elections. On Sept. 12-14 the Global Climate Action Summit in San Francisco, Calif., hosted by Calif. Gov. Jerry Brown is held to solicit climate change pledges from cities and states despite do-nothing Pres. Trump; it opens with a song by Kanyon Sayers-Roods, rep of the Indian Canyon Muraun Band of Costanoan Ohlone People; on Sept. 14 Hollyweird "Indiana Jones" actor Harrison Ford blasts Pres. Trump without naming him, along with "people who don't believe in science, or, worse than that, pretend they don't believe in science", claiming that we are "shit out of time" to save Earth from global warming and that "The future of humanity is at stake"; on Sept. 14 Brown makes the announcement: "With science still under attack, we're going to launch our own satellite, our own damn satellite, to figure out where the pollution is"; the summit goes on to pub. Exponential Climate Action Roadmap. On Sept. 17 Pres. Trump orders the Justice Dept. and FBI to immediately declassify key documents related to their investigation of Russian actors during the 2016 U.S. pres. election; on Sept. 21 after concerns that they "may have a perceived negative impact on the Russia probe. Also, key Allies' called to ask not to release", Trump backs down a little, asking the Inspector Gen. to "review these documents on an expedited basis". On Sept. 18 the Trump admin. rescinds an Obama-era rule requiring energy cos. to capture methane, only requiring them to reduce gas pollution, pissing-off the attys.-gen. of Calif. and N.M., who file a federal lawsuit. On Sept. 21 the New York Times reports U.S. deputy atty. gen. Rod Rosenstein offered to wear a wire to record private conversations with Pres. Trump in a plot with cabinet members to invoke the 25th Amendment, causing U.S. Sen. (R-S.C.) Lindsey Graham to call it a On Sept. 24 after a new sexual assault allegation by old Yale U. classmate Deborah Ramirez, Pres. Trump gives an interview at the U.N. in New York City, uttering the soundbyte that the allegations against Brett Kavanaugh "Could be one of the single most unfair, unjust things to happen to a candidate for anything", adding: "For people to come out of the woodwork from 36 years ago and 30 years ago, never mentioned it, all of a sudden it happens. In my opinion, it's totally political", concluding: "Judge Kavanaugh is an outstanding person and I am with him all the way"; meanwhile on Sept. 24 Kavanaugh defends himself, not only denying all allegations but revealing that he remained a virgin throughout his college years. On Sept. 25 Pres. Trump delivers an address to the 73rd Session of the U.N. Gen. Assembly, blasting "international interference" in policy-making, esp. the 2015 Vienna Accord, pissing-off French pres. Emmanuel Macron, who follows with his own address, calling for "dialogue and multilateralism", with the soundbyte: "What will bring a real solution to the situation in IRan and what has already stabilised it? The law of the strongest? Pressure from only one side? No! We know that Iran was on a nuclear military path but what stopped it? The 2015 Vienna Accord"; Trump's opening remarks "In less than two years my administration has accomplished more than almost any administration in the history of our country, so true" are met with laughter, causing Trump to respond: "I didn't expect that reaction but that's okay"; critics bring up his Aug. 9, 2014 tweet about Pres. Obama: "We need a president who isn't a laughing stock to the entire World", after which calls it fake news, saying "They were laughing with me". On Sept. 26 Pres. Trump addresses the U.N. Security Council meeting on nuclear nonproliferation, uttering the soundbyte that China "doesn't want me to win" the Nov. midterm elections because of opposition to his trade policy.

Brett Kavanaugh of the U.S. (1965-) Christine Blasey Ford (1966-)

On Sept. 27, 2018 Palo Alto U. psychology prof. Christine Margaret Blasey Ford testifies before the U.S. Senate, accusing 17-y.-o. beer-swigging Brett Kavanaugh of attempting to rape her then backing down and letting her go, without remembering the location of how she got there when she was 15-y.-o. and too young to drive, becoming the low point in Senate advise-and-consent history as the Dems. attempt to delay Kavanaugh's nomination vote to wait for an FBI investigation, knowing that before it is complete the Nov. election may give them a majority and allow them to reject his nomination no matter the result?; when asked what her strongest memory of the attack is, she replies "Indelible in the hippocampus is the laughter"; Kavanaugh follows with tear-filled testimony denying her allegations and backing himself up with a detailed calendar-diary, which later is used against him when the entry for July 1 mentions a "(brew)ski" party and some of the alleged attendees; Ford set the women's lib movement back 50 years with her little girl act, showing that women can never become U.S. pres.?; on Sept. 27 Pres. Trump tweets the soundbyte: "Judge Kavanaugh showed America exactly why I nominated him. His testimony was powerful, honest, and riveting. Democrats' search and destroy strategy is disgraceful and this process has been a total sham and effort to delay, obstruct, and resist. The Senate must vote!"; on Sept. 28 as the vote to recommend him to the full Senate is about to be taken, Rhino Ariz. Repub. Sen. Jeff Flake flops after being accosted by screaming women Ana Maria Archila and Maria Gallagher in an elevator, requiring a 1-week FBI investigation limited to "current allegations already there" as a condition, causing Pres. Trump to fold and order it; watch video. On Sept. 30 the U.S., Canada, and Mexico reach a deal to revamp the North Am. Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), known as the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA), becoming a big V for Pres. Trump and earning praise from Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.).

On Oct. 2, 2018 Pres. Trump gives a speech in Southaven, Miss., chucking his over-kind treatment of Christine Blasey Ford and blasting her testimony as ridiculous, with the soundbyte: "How did you get home? I don't remember. How did you get there? I don't remember. Where is the place? I don't remember. How many years ago was it? I don't know. I don't know. I don't know", turning the losing Kavanaugh nomination around, because Trump always wins? On Oct. 2 loser Hillary Clinton speaks at the Atlantic Festival in Washington, D.C., uttering the soundbyte that Pres. Trump "has been racist, he's been sexist, he's been Islamophobic, he's been anti-LQBTQ. He has a view of America that's terribly constricted, and he talks to that America, he talks to them all the time. And it's by no means a majority, as we know. But it is a very hard core who are responding to him and supporting him for a variety of reasons." On Oct. 5 Trump admin. spokesman John Bolton announces a new "robust" counterterrorism strategy focusing on "terrorist ideology". On Oct. 6 (Sat.) after a 3-day trip to Africa incl. two nights in Nairobi, Kenya, promoting her Be Best initiative to improve the welfare of children, First Lady Melania Trump visits Egypt. On Oct. 6 after the FBI finishes its background investigation of Brett Kavanaugh and delivers them a sealed report clearing him on Oct. 2, not satisfying the Dems., who would never vote for him anyway, U.S. Senate confirms him by 50-48 at 4:01 p.m. ET, Washington, D.C.-born Repub. U.S. D.C. Court of Appeals judge (since May 30, 2006) Brett Michael Kavanaugh (1965-) is sworn-in as U.S. Supreme Court justice #114 (until ?), becoming the first U.S. Supreme Court justice with all-female law clerks, incl. Kim Jackson, Shannon Grammel, Megan Lacy, and Sara Nommensen. On Oct. 11 the U.S. Senate confirms 15 of Pres. Trump's judicial nominations, incl. three court of appeals judges and 12 district court judges (about one-third of the backlog) before closing up through election day. On Oct. 12 Pres. Trump announces the release of Christian pastor Andrew Brunson after two years of captivity in Turkey, denying that any deal was made. On Oct. 12 Pres. Trump signs a bipartisan bill to clean up the oceans from 8M tons of garbage being dumped into the oceans by foreign countries each year. On Oct. 14 (Sun.) (eve.) Pres. Trump appears on CBS-TV's 60 Minutes, admitting that climate change isn't a hoax but doubting its sources, saying that scientists "have a very big political agenda", with the soundbyte: "But I don't know that it's manmade. I will say this: I don't want to give trillions and trillions of dollars. I don't want to lose millions and millions of jobs. I don't want to be put at a disadvantage", suggesting that temperatures "could very well go back", going on to say that his admin. would be "very upset and angry" if the Saudi govt. was proved responsible for the disappearance of Jamal Khasoggi, with the soundbyte: "We're going to get to the bottom of it and there will be severe punishment", causing the Saudi to threaten retaliation, then backs down a little, thanking the U.S. from not jumping to quick conclusions.

Matthew G. Whitaker of the U.S. (1969-) Jim Acosta (1971-) Danielle Pletka (1963-)

On Nov. 6, 2018 (Tues.) amid bitter and deep polarization, the 2018 U.S. midterm election give the Dems. control of the House, while the Repubs. gain seats in the Senate; a total of $5.2B is spent on the campaigns, breaking the 2016 record of $4.4B. On Nov. 6 (eve.) Trump-hating horror film producer Jason Blum speaks at the Israel Film Festival at the Saban Theater Steve Tisch Cinema Center in Beverly Hills, Calif., mouthing off against Trump until the crowd begins chanting "We like Trump!", causing him to be shepherded off the stage as he utters the soundbyte: "As you can see from this auditorium, it's the end of civil discourse. Thanks to our president, anti-Semitism is on the rise." On Nov. 7 (a.m.) while polls are closing, Pres. Trump requests and obtains the resignation of U.S. atty. gen. (since Feb. 9, 2017) Jeff Sessions, who is immediately succeeded as acting U.S. atty. gen. by his Repub. chief of staff Matthew George "Matt" Whitaker (1969-) (until Feb. 14, 2019); meanwhile Trump holds a 1.5-hour press conference congratulating himself for the election results, and getting in a pissing war with CNN's Abilio James "Jim" Acosta (1971-), who refuses to yield the microphone, is called a "rude terrible person" by Trump, and later has his White House press pass revoked, pissing-off CNN, who accuse Trump of attacking the freedom of the press, causing White House press secy. Sarah Huckabee Sanders to utter the soundbyte: "Only they would attack the president for not supporting a free press in the midst of him taking 68 questions from 35 different reporters over the course of 1.5 hours including several from the reporter in question. The fact that CNN is proud of the way their employee behaved is not only disgusting, it's an example of their outrageous disregard for everyone, including young women, who work in this administration. As a result of today's incident, the White House is suspending the press pass of the reporter involved until further notice", after which CNN sues Trump, and on Nov. 16 a judge orders the White House to restore Acosta's press pass. "Only they would attack the president for not supporting a free press in the midst of him taking 68 questions from 35 different reporters over the course of 1.5 hours including several from the reporter in question. The fact that CNN is proud of the way their employee behaved is not only disgusting, it's an example of their outrageous disregard for everyone, including young women, who work in this administration. As a result of today's incident, the White House is suspending the press pass of the reporter involved until further notice", after which CNN sues Trump, and on Nov. 16 a judge orders the White House to restore Acosta's press pass, but opens the door by allowing the White House to set up a system of rules and due process, which it releases on Nov. 19. On Nov. 8 the Camp Fire (named after Camp Creek Road) in Butte County, Northern Calif. starts (ends ?), going on to burn 130K acres, destroy 8,817 structures, injure three firefighters, and kill 76 civilians, with 1.2K+ missing, becoming the most destructive fire in Calif. history (until ?); on Nov. 8 the Woolsey Fire in Los Angeles County and Ventura County, Calif. incl. Malibu starts (ends ?), going on to burn 96K acres, destroy 435 structures, and kill two civilians, causing 265K to be evacuated; on Nov. 10 Pres. Trump tweets the soundbyte: "There is no reason for these massive, deadly and costly forest fires in California except that forest management is so poor. Billions of dollars are given each year, with so many lives lost, all because of gross mismanagement of the forests. Remedy now, or no more Fed payments!"; Trump is right?; on Nov. 10 Calif. gov. Jerry Brown responds, blaming climate change and climate change deniers incl. Trump for the Calif. fires, which he calls "the new abnormal", with the soundbyte: "This new abnormal will continue, certainly in the next 10, 15, 20 years. Unfortunately, the best science is telling us that dryness, warmth, drought, all those things, they're going to intensify" and "Scientists and the engineers and the firefighters all tell us forest management is one element to control them, but warned governments must address a whole range of actions to address a problem he said may cost 'billions' of dollars to tackle"; "Managing all the forests everywhere we can does not stop climate change, and those who deny that are definitely contributing to the tragedies we're now witnessing and will continue to witness in the coming years"; "The chickens are coming home to roost. This is real here", advising govt. officals that they need to be "pulling together in these tragic circumstances and thinking wisely" while being "collaborative"; on Nov. 17 Pres. Trump visits Calif. to inspect the burned areas, suggesting that raking can help avoid more forest fires in the future, with the soundbyte: "We've got to take care of the floors, you know, the floors of the forests, very important. If you look at other countries where they do it differently and it;s a whole different story. "I was with the president of Finland and he said, 'We have a much different, we're a forest nation', he called it a forest nation. And they spend a lot of time on raking and cleaning and doing things and they don't have any problem. And when it is, it's a very small problem. So, I know everybody's looking at that to that end and it's gonna work out. It's going to work out well"; Brown is wrong because the number of fires in Calif. has been declining yearly over the last 30 years, while the area burned has slightly increased, because they have more fuel? On Nov. 9 Pres. Trump visits France, meeting with French pres. Emmanuel Macron while tweeting that it is "very insulting" that he suggested that Europe should have its own army to protect itself from the U.S., China, and Russia. On Nov. 9 new acting U.S. atty. gen. Matthew Whitaker and Homeland Security Dept. secy. Kirstjen Nielson announce an Interim Final Rule making aliens who don't respect an official entry port ineligible for asylum; no surprise, the Obama-packed 9th U.S. Circuit Court issues a temporary restraining order, forcing the Trump admin. to appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court again like with the Muslim ban. On Nov. 16 Pres. Trump signs the U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency Act, turning the Nat. Protection and Programs Directorate at the Dept. of Homeland Security into the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), with the aim of bolstering U.S. defenses against the critical infrastructure from cyberthreats. On Nov. 21 amid record cold temperatures in the NE U.S., Pres. Trump tweets the soundbyte: "Brutal and Extended Cold Blast could shatter ALL RECORDS - Whatever happened to Global Warming?", pissing-off the global warming scientist crowd, incl. NASA global warming honcho Michael E. Mann, who calls Trump "a dangerous clown". On Nov. 22 (Thanksgiving Day) Pres. Trump utters the soundbyte that he will close the U.S.-Mexico border if he determines that Mexico has lost control, announcing that he has given U.S. troops on the border authorization to use lethal force on border crashers "if they have to", also hinting at a partial govt. shutdown in early Dec. if Congress refuses to allocate billions of dollars for his border wall; too bad, on Nov. 25 (Sun.) hundreds of migrants storm the border in Tijuana after passing through a Mexican police line, causing them to fire tear gas across the border; 42 are arrested, and ? escape to the U.S. On Nov. 23 the Trump admin. releases the Fourth Nat. Climate Assessment, Vol. II, which warns that climate change will disrupt the economies of every region in the U.S. and cost hundreds of billions of dollars yearly by 2050, with the soundbytes: "Because several [greehouse gases], in particular carbon dioxide, reside in the atmosphere for decades or longer, many climate-influenced effects are projected to continue changing through 2050, even if GHG emissions were to stop immediately"; "While mitigation and adaptation efforts have expanded substantially in the last four years, they do not yet approach the scale considered necessary to avoid substantial damages to the economy, environment, and human health over the coming decades"; after being accused of trying to burying it by releasing it the day after Thanksgiving, the White House responds that the assessment is "largely based on the most extreme scenario, which contradicts long-established trends by assuming that, despite strong economic growth that would increase greenhouse gas emissions, there would be limited technology and innovation, and a rapidly expanding population", and that the next report in 2022 will "provide for a more transparent and data-driven process", which the authors deny; meanwhile Pres. Trump utters the soundbyte that he doesn't believe the report. On Nov. 25 (Sun.) NBC-TV's Meet the Press, hosted by Chuck Todd hosts Melbourne, Australia-born climate skeptic Danielle Pletka (1963-) of the Am. Enterprise Inst., who gives a speech that pisses-off the global warmist elite with the soundbyte: "The problem is again, there is a perception among those for whom Donald Trump speaks... They perceive this as an agenda that is much more about corporate and much more about law and much more about the kind of governance that America has, and much less about climate. So from the standpoint of those who have doubts about this, and I don't think we can have any doubt that there is climate change, whether it's anthropogenic I don't know, I'm not a scientist I'm a citizen... We need to also recognize we had two of the coldest years, biggest drop in global temperatures that we have had since the 1980s, the biggest in the last 100 years. We don't talk about that because it's not part of the agenda"; on Nov. 30 English astrophysicist David Robert Whitehouse (BBC's science correspondent in 1988-2006) pub. the article Global Temperature Drops by 0.4 deg C in Three Years, contradicting the World Meteorological Org., the BBC., and The Guardian using HadCRUT4 data from the U.K. Met Office to prove her right.

On Dec. 4, 2018 Pres. Trump tweets the soundbyte: "I am a Tariff Man. When people or countries come in to raid the great wealth of our Nation, I want them to pay for the privilege of doing so. It will always be the best way to max out our economic power. We are right now taking in $billions in Tariffs. MAKE AMERICA RICH AGAIN", causing Dow-Jones to drops by 500 points, and the S&P to drop 2.5%, a new low for 2018. On Dec. 7 former FBI dir. James Comey testifies before Congress in a closed session; later that day a transcript is released, causing Pres. Trump on Dec. 9 to tweet the soundbyte: "On 245 occasions, former FBI Director James Comey told House investigators he didn't know, didn't recall, or couldn't remember things when asked. Opened investigations on 4 Americans (not 2) - didn't know who signed off and didn't know Christopher Steele! All lies! Leakin' James Comey must have set a record for who lied the most to Congress in one day. His Friday testimony was so untruthful! This whole deal is a Rigged Fraud headed up by dishonest people who would so anything, so that I could not become President. They are now exposed!"; on Dec. 10 Trump tweets the soundbyte: "Democrats can't find a Smocking gun tying the Trump campaign to Russia after James Comey's testimony. No Smocking Gun..No Collusion." On Dec. 11 Pres. Trump meets with Dem. leaders Sen. Chuck Schumer and Rep. Nancy Pelosi, who refuse to give him $5B to build a border wall, causing him to reiterate his threats to shut down the govt. while he has the military build it, with the soundbyte: "I am proud to shut down the government for border security." On Dec. 11 Pres. Trump signs the Iraq and Syria Genocide Relief and Accountability Act of 2018, designed to aid religious (Christian) minorities persecuted by ISIS in Syria and Iraq. On Dec. 12 Pres. Trump signs an executive order establishing the $100B White House Opportunity and Revitalization Council, with Pres. Trump uttering the soundbyte: "With the creation of today's council, the resources of the whole federal government will be leveraged to rebuild low-income and impoverished neighborhoods that have been ignored by Washington in years past"; too bad, the Trump-hating PC media blacks out news, or calls it a scheme to help the rich. On Dec. 19 Pres. Trump announces his decision to withdraw all 2K U.S. troops from Syria since "we have won against ISIS", pissing-off Dem. and Repub. critics, who call it a Christmas gift for ISIS, Iran, and ISIS, causing him to clarify that they will stay close to the area if needed, with the soundbyte: "Does the USA want to be the policeman of the Middle East?", later letting himself be talked into slowing down the pullout; meanwhile French pres. Emmanuel Macron issues the soundbyte that he "very deeply regrets" Trump's decision, adding "To be allies is to fight shoulder to shoulder... An ally should be dependable"; meanwhile after he wasn't consulted, top U.S. anti-ISIS diplomat Brett McGurk resigns in protest, causing the U.S. State Dept. to remark "The conflict in Syria has been ongoing for six years. Good job, Brett." On Dec. 20 after he gets pissed-off at the decision to withdraw U.S. forces from Syria, Pres. Trump announces the resignation of U.S. defense secy. Jim "Mad Dog" Mattis, effective at the end of Feb., with Mattis writing the soundbyte that Trump deserves a defense secy. closer in alignment with his views. On Dec. 22 (midnight) after failure to compromise on Pres. Trump's border wall, a partial U.S. govt. shutdown begins (ends ?), causing 420K federal employees to work without pay while Trump fights it out with U.S. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.). On Dec. 25 Pres. Trump talks to 7-y.-o. Collman Lloyd on the phone, asking her if she is "still a believer in Santa, because at 7, it's marginal, right?", pissing-off the anti-Trumpers, causing Mike Huckabee to defend Trump, asking if this makes him Glenn Close in the film "Fatal Attraction", who boiled Michael Douglas' daughter's pet rabbit in a pot after he scorns her. On Dec. 26 during the partial U.S. govt. shutdown, Pres. Trump makes an unnanounced visit to Iraq along with First Lady Melania Trump, who becomes the first First Lady to visit Iraq since the start of the Iraq War in 2003; no surprise, the Trump-hating New York Times and CNN bash Pres. Trump for signing soldiers' MAGA hats, claiming he was holding a political rally.

U.S. Pres. Donald John Trump (1946-) Nancy Pelosi of the U.S. (1940-) Mitt Romney of the U.S. (1947-) Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of the U.S. (1989-) Dianne Feinstein of the U.S. (1933-) Ilhan Omar of the U.S. (1981-) Rashida Tlaib of the U.S. (1976-)

On Jan. 1, 2019 new U.S. Repub. Utah Sen. Mitt Romney slams fellow Repub. Pres. Trump in an op-ed in The Washington Post, causing Trump to respond: "He should be happy for all Republicans. Be a TEAM player & WIN!"; on Jan. 1 (night) U.S. Repub. Virgin Islands Rep. Jevon O.A. Williams sends a letter to all 167 Repub. Nat. Committee (RNC) members calling Romney's op-ed an act of "calculated political treachery" against Trump, and that Romney might use "loopholes" in the nominating process to challenge his renomination, calling for the Repub. Party to close the loopholes and issue a statement that Trump will be renominated for a 2nd term; meanwhile RNC chmn. Ronna Romney McDaniel slams her uncle Mitt for his op-ed. On Jan. 1 new U.S. Repub. Utah Sen. Willard Mitt Romney (1947-) gets a fast start and slams fellow Repub. Pres. Trump in an op-ed in The Washington Post, calling him dishonest et al., causing Trump to respond: "He should be happy for all Republicans. Be a TEAM player & WIN!"; on Jan. 1 (night) U.S. Repub. Virgin Islands Rep. Jevon O.A. Williams sends a letter to all 167 Repub. Nat. Committee (RNC) members calling Romney's op-ed an act of "calculated political treachery" against Trump, and claiming that Romney might use "loopholes" in the nominating process to challenge his renomination, calling for the Repub. Party to close the loopholes and issue a statement that Trump will be renominated for a 2nd term; meanwhile RNC chmn. Ronna Romney McDaniel slams her uncle Mitt for his op-ed. On Jan. 2 Pres. Trump invites congressional leaders to the White House for a briefing on border security; Dems. Nancy Pelosi et al. refuse to negotiate on a bordre wall even if it will reopen the federal govt., with Pelosi uttering the soundbyte: "Nothing for the wall. We can go through the back and forth. No. How many more times can we say no?", causing Trump to utter the soundbyte that the partial shutdown will last "as long as it takes" to get the border wall funding, "Could be a long time or could be quickly"; when prodded by reporters, she decides she would go as high as $1. On Jan. 3 after 69% of Hispanics, 90% of blacks, and 77% of Asians vote Dem., the 116th U.S. Congress convenes (until Jan. 3, 2021), featuring a record 124 women (105 Dems.), 55 blacks (55 Dems.), 43 Latinos (34 Dems.), and 15 Asians (14 Dems.); Calif. Dem. Rep. (since Jan. 3, 1993) Nancy Patricia D'Alesandro Pelosi (1940-) is elected House Speaker over Repub. rep. Kevin McCarthy by 220-192, becoming the first 2x woman speaker, uttering the soundbyte: "I am particularly proud to be the woman Speaker of the House of this Congress, which marks the 100th year of women having the right to vote, and that we all have the ability and the privilege to serve with over 100 women members of Congress – the largest number in history"; new U.S. reps. Dan Crenshaw (R-Tex.), Jim Baird (R-Ind.), and Brian Mast (R-Fla.) are all Purple Heart recipients, with the motto "5 eyes, 5 arms, 4 legs, All-American"; Bronx, N.Y.-born Socialist rep (D-N.Y.) Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (1989-) becomes the youngest woman sworn-in to the House (until ?); Mogadishu, Somalia-born hijab-wearing Muslim (D-Minn.) Ilhan Abdullahi Omar (1981-) becomes the first Somali-Am. in Congress, and one of the first two Muslim women along with Rashida Tlaib, who later becoming the first two U.S. reps. to sign a pledge to impeach Trump; after inviting Muslim CAIR (Council for American-Islamic Relations) activists Linda Sasour and Rasha Mubarak as her guests, Detroit, Mich.-born anti-Israel pro-Palestinian Muslim Mich. Dem. rep Rashida Harbi Tlaib (1976-) (first Muslim woman elected to Congress) is sworn-in on an English language Quran donated to the Library of Congress by Pres. Jefferson, er, fake news, it was a regular Arabic Quran, although she claims that Allah is female, later uttering the soundbyte: "We're going to go in and impeach the motherfucker", causing mucho criticism and calls for an apology, which she refuses, doubling down with the assertion that she will "always speak truth to power", and Pres. Trump to reply that Tlaib and other Dems. calling for his impeachment are doing it only because he's had "the most successful first two years" of any U.S. pres., and they can't stop his 2020 reelection; meanwhile Nancy Pelosi utters the soundbyte that she finds the language distasteful but it's no worse than Trump's; Trump used the same word in a speech in spring 2011; new U..S. Sen. (D-Ariz.) Krysten Sinema refuses to take her oath of office on the Bible, substituting a law book; Tlaib later sticks a Post-It note labeled "Palestine" over the Jewish State of Israel on the world map on her office wall; new U.S. rep. (D-Va.) Jennifer Wexton hangs a transgender flag outside her Capitol Hill office; U.S. rep. (D-Tenn.) Steve Cohen introduces a constitutional amendment to abolish the Electoral College; U.S. reps (D-Calif.) Brad Sherman, (D-Tex.) Al Green, and (D-Tenn.) Steve Cohen introduce articles of impeachment against Pres. Trump despite Nancy Pelosi's plea that it's too early until the Mueller report is released. On Jan. 9 after handing out candy, Pres. Trump walks out of a meeting in the White House Situation Room after Nancy Pelosi point blank refuses his request for $5.7B for a wall, calling it a "waste of time"; Chuck Schumer accuses him of having a "temper tantrum"; Peligroso, er, Pelosi claims he "stomped out", and tells reporters that security the U.S. border is required by her oath of office as a Congressperson; in the eve. Trump gives a White House speech on the border wall, with the soundbyte: "In the last two years, ICE officers made 266,000 arrests of aliens with criminal records including those charged or convicted of 100,000 assaults, 30,000 sex crimes, and 4,000 violent killing", causing Doomer and Parrotosi to accuse Trump of trying to "manufacture a crisis", which is immediately parroted by virtually all Dems., with Pelosi adding the immortal soundbyte: "The plural of anecdote is not data"; meanwhile Trump announces that he has ordered FEMA to halt federal emergency funds to Calif. to fight wildfires and manage forests until its officials can "get their act together". On Jan. 10 as the partial govt. shutdown continues, Pres. Trump visits the U.S.-Mexico border accompanied by border guards, threatening to call a nat. emergency while telling the military to prepare for it; meanwhile 12 Repubs. flop and support House Dems. in a vote to reopoen some govt. agencies and fund financiel services for the IRS, SEC, and other agencies incl. food stamp programs and the Depts. of Transportation and HUD. On Jan. 10 Hungarian PM Viktor Orban holds an internat. press. conference, uttering the soundbyte that Hungary is proud to be the first country to have its "anti-immigration forces" in the majority in every EU institution, proving that mass Muslim migration can be stopped. On Jan. 17 after House Speaker Nancy Pelosi cancels Pres. Trump's State of the Union speech, claiming that the unpaid Secret Service can't protect him during the govt. shutdown, Trump counterpunches by canceling her military plane to Afghanistan, and cancels his own to trip to Davos; meanwhile First Lady Melania Trump takes a military plane to Mar-a-Lago. On Jan. 17 BuzzFeed announces that Pres. Trump instructed his atty. Michael Cohen to commit perjury to Congress over the Trump Tower in Moscow, causing immediate impeachment cries from Dems., until Robert Muller's office announces: "BuzzFeed's description of specific statements to the special counsel's office, and characterization of documents and testimony obtained by this office, regarding Michael Cohen's congressional testimony are not accuracy", after which Buzzfeed doubles down and stands by its story. On Jan. 19 (Sat.) the anti-Trump 3rd Annual Women's March is held in cities across the U.S.; too bad, organizers are accused of anti-Semitism incl. support for the Nation of Islam. On Jan. 19 the March for Life in Washington, D.C. ends with pro-life demonstrators from Roman Catholic +Covington H.S. in Ky. get attacked by left-wing activists at the Lincoln Memorial, causing the sick PC fake news press to manufacture a smear about white student Nick Sandmann harassing Vietnam Vet Native Am. activist Nathan Phillips (1956-) by smirking white privilege in his face; it turns out Phillips never served in Vietnam, and was the one harassing the students and beating a drum in their faces, embarrassing the PC press for fake news against MAGA hat-wearing whites; after Whoopi Goldberg asks her why leftist media and celebs jumped to conclusions, The View co-host Joy Behar utters the soundbyte: "Because we're desperate to get Trump out of office." On Jan. 19 Pres. Trump delivers a Speech on the Border Wall from the White House, outlining a deal to end the partial govt. shutdown, which Dems. call a non-starter. On Jan. 22 the 2019 World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland sees U.S. secy. of state Mike Pompeo deliver a speech defending Pres. Trump's "Make America Great Again" campaign slogan, encouraging world leaders to embrace "economic security" and reject the influences of globalist internat. bodies, adding "Nations matter"; Oxfam Internat. pub. a report claiming that the world's billionaires added 12% fo their wealth last year, while the world's poor (3.8B) lost 11% of their wealth, with a new billionaire being created every two days. On Jan. 23 Pres. Trump tweets the soundbyte: "BUILD A WALL & CRIME WILL FALL! This is the new theme, for two years until the Wall is finished (under construction now), of the Republican Party. Use it and pray!" On Jan. 23 after Nancy Pelosi writes Pres. Trump asking him to delay his 2019 State of the Union Speech to Jan. 29 because of the govt. shutdown and security concerns, and Trump responds that security is no problem and he'll accept the new date, causing Pelosi to prohibit the speech altogether until he folds and reopens the govt., Trump announces that he'll hold it in alternative location, causing many offers to arrive, only to flop and say he'll wait "because there is no venue that can complete with the history, tradition and importance of the House Chamber." On Jan. 25 Pres. Trump gives a speech announcing that he's flopping and reopening the federal govt. for three weeks (until Feb. 15) to give Dems. and Repubs. a chance to negotiate, despite Dems. refusing to consider wall funding; on Jan. 28 Pelosi invites him to give him State of the Union Speech in the House, and the date is set as Feb. 5. On Jan. 28 (9:28 p.m.) Pres. Trump tweets the soundbyte: "In the beautiful Midwest, windchill temperatures are reaching minus 60 degrees, the coldest ever recorded. In coming days, expected to get even colder. People can't last outside even for minutes. What the hell is going on with Global Warming? Please come back fast, we need you!"; on Jan. 29 (8:00 a.m.) NOAA Climate.gov tweets the soundbyte: "Winter storms don't prove that global warming isn't happening" - I beg to differ but you're living in a dumb fog? On Jan. 29 after Pres. Trump attacks the intel community, senior intel briefers Dan Coats (dir. of nat. intel), Gina Haspel (CIA dir.), and Christopher Wray (FBI dir.) testify before the U.S. Senate Intel Committee regarding the new 2019 Worldwide Threat Assessment, slamming Trump for allegedly endangering U.S. security by disregarding their wisdom, claiming he is a dim bulb who has to be treated to watered-down briefings filled with visual aids.

On Feb. 1, 2019 Pres. Trump announces that the U.S. is ending its involvement in the 1987 Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty, effective in 6 mo., with the soundbyte: "For far too long, Russia has violated the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty with impunity, covertly developing and fielding a prohibited missile system that poses a direct threat to our allies and troops abroad. The U.S. will suspend INF Treaty obligations starting Saturday and begin withdrawing from the treaty over the course of six months unless Russia comes back into compliance by destroying all of its violating missiles, launchers, and associated equipment"; Russian pres. Vladimir Putin immediately bails out of the treaty to match. On Feb. 5 (Tues.) Pres. Trump delivers his 2nd 2019 State of the Union Speech, extolling U.S. historical victories like the Apollo 11 Moon landing and D-Day along with the booming economy, with the soundbytes: "Victory is not winning for our party. Victory is winning for our country"; "Here in the United States we are alarmed by new calls to adopt socialism in our country. We are born free, and we will stay free. Tonight we renew our resolve that America will never be a socialist country" (applauded by Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi); "An economic miracle is taking place in the United States and the only things that can stop it are foolish wars, politics, or ridiculous partisan investigations" (causing Schumer to call it proof that Trump has something to hide); Dem. women incl. Pelosi wear white outfits in tribute to early 20th cent. suffragists. On Feb. 7 U.S. Dem. Rep. (R-N.Y) Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (AOC) and U.S. Sen. (D-Mass.) Edward Markey announce their non-binding Green New Deal resolution, filled with wild impossible demands incl. a "10-year mobilization" on energy, climate, and social issues incl. racism, economic security for those "unwilling to work", net-zero greenhouse emissions "because we aren't sure that we'll be able to fully get rid of farting cows and airplanes that fast", and replacement of air travel with high-speed rail, pissing-off Hawaii Dem. Sen. Mazie Hirono, who utters the soundbyte: "That would be pretty hard for Hawaii", and Utah Rep. (R-Utah) Rob Bishop, who utters the soundbyte: "I guess I need to start looking at cutting back on my air travel now as well as curtailing other daily activities like eating hamburgers", saying he needs to "Wake up from this twilight zone; Occasional Castro utters the soundbyte: "Today I think is a really big day for our economy, the labor movement, the social-justice movement, indigenous peoples and people all over the United States of America, because today is the day that we truly embark on a comprehensive agenda of economic, social and racial justice", causing Repubs. call it a "Trojan horse for Socialism" and a "Socialist wish list", claiming it will cost $2T and eliminate 1M jobs, which doesn't stop 2020 pres. candidates N.J. Sen. Cory Booker, Calif. Sen. Kamala Harris, and Mass. Sen. Elizabeth Warren from backing it, while Dem. House Speaker Nancy Speaker ho-hums it as "the Green Dream, or whatever they call it", calling it just one of several proposals to combat global warming; no surprise, the leftist Sierra Club and Green Party endorse it, with the Sierra Club calling it a "bold plan to tackle the climate crisis and inequality - two of the defining crises of our time - at the speed and scale that science and justice demand"; on Feb. 27 U.S. Senate minority leader (D-N.Y.) Chuck Schumer gives a speech criticizing Pres. Trump for not mentioning climate change in his State of the Union Address, with the soundbyte: "Every scientist who has studied it knows that in the next 10, 20, 30, or 40 years climate change is going to evoke huge changes in our country and in our world." On Feb. 11 U.S. Sen. (R-N.C.) Richard Burr utters the soundbyte that after 200+ interviews the U.S. Senate has uncovered "no factual evidence" of a conspiracy between Russia the Trump campaign, although the pattern of contacts is troubling. On Feb. 13 after Calif. gov. Gavin Newsom decides to scale-down Calif.'s costly 2008 $77B LA-to-SF high-speed rail project, Pres. Trump tweets the soundbyte that it is a "green disaster", adding "California has been forced to cancel the massive bullet train project after having spent and wasted many billions of dollars. They owe the Federal Government three and a half billion dollars. We want that money back now", causing Newsom to reply: "We're not giving it back." On Feb. 15 after signing a bipartisan bill to avert another govt. shutdown that gives him $1.375B for his border barrier, Pres. Trump finally declares a nat. emergency of the U.S.-Mexico border, citing the need to stop drugs and crime and announcing a plan to bypass Congress and steer $8B of existing funds to build a border wall, announcing that "hopefully we'll win at the Supreme Court", pissing-off Dems., who vow to stop him as usual and don't want to lose again. On Feb. 17 (Sun.) CBS-TV's 60 Minutes interviews fired FBI dir. Andrew McCabe, who says that "it's possible" that Pres. Trump is a Russian asset (traitor spy), and reveals that Rod Rosenstein was "absolutely serious" when he asked him and other senior Trump admin. officials to secretly record their conversations with Pres. Trump and then get cabinet members to vote to remove him under the 25th Amendment, which Trump calls a "deranged" story and a "very illegal act" and "treasonous" and "an illegal coup attempt", causing conservative radio show host Mark Levin to utter the soundbyte: "Nothing like this has ever happened before in the United States of America - Ever" - Obama and Hillary are the real Russian assets, trying to frame Trump on what they are to stage, viz., a real coup? On Feb. 18 Pres. Trump delivers a speech at Fla. Internat. U. in Miami, Fla., pleading with Venezuela's military to drop dictator Nicolas Maduro and support opposition leader Juan Guaido, calling the crisis the "twilight hour of Socialism", envisaging "the first free hemisphere in all of human history", with the soundbytes: "You will find no safe harbor, no easy exit and no way out. You will lose everything... We seek a peaceful transition of power, but all options are open." On Feb. 19 NBC News reports that the Trump admin. led by openly gay U.S. ambassador to Germany Richard Grenell will launch a global effort to decriminalize homosexuality in an effort to isolate strict Sharialand Iran; no surprise, after the leftists have gotten into er, bed with Muslims, Out Mag. pub. an article on Feb. 20 claiming that it would be racist and colonialist for Trump to try to pressure Iran into decriminalizing homosexuality, and that Iran is "not that bad" anyway. On Feb. 19 Auburn U. Mormonism historian Adam Jortner pub. the article Trump isn't Hitler. He's Lilburn Boggs in the Salt Lake Tribune, doing Mitt Romney's dirty work by a false comparison between an 1837 state-level order to exterminate Mormons living in Missouri as enemies of the people and a U.S. pres. order to protect U.S. borders from possible enemies from entering sans papers and causing mayhem?; meanwhile Utah hasn't joined the 16 other states suing Trump to stop his national emergency. On Feb. 25 (eve.) the Dems. in the U.S. Senate vote 44-53 (incl. 3 Dems.) to block the U.S. Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act, which would require infants born alive via botched abortions to be saved, pissing-off Pres. Trump, who calls it "executing babies after birth", with the soundbyte: "This will be remembered as one of the most shocking votes in the history of Congress." On Feb. 26-27 Pres. Trump visits Hanoi, Vietnam (where everybody seems to have smarphones?) to hold the 2019 U.S.-North Korea Summit with North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un; too bad, it collapses after North Korea refuses to commit to eliminating its entire nuclear arsenal in exchange for lifting of sanctions after the agreement is "ready to sign" (Trump), causing Trump to utter the soundbyte: "Sometimes you have to walk"; meanwhile U.S. firms sign deals worth $21B.

Michael Cohen (1966-) with Pres. Donald Trump (1946-) Elijah Cummings of the U.S. (1951-2019) Jim Jordan of the U.S. (1964-)

Everybody accuses everybody else of lying, and they're probably all right? On Feb. 27, 2019 despite once claiming that he'd take a bullet for him, Pres. Trump's former "fixer" atty. (2006-18) (disbarred on Feb. 26) Michael Dean Cohen (1966-) (known for shady mob connections in his family) publicly testifies before the U.S. House Oversight Committee, throwing away the sacred atty.-client privilege to blast his former boss as a liar, con man, and racist, and offering some documentary evidence, refusing any possible pres. pardon, but uttering the soundbyte: "I saw no evidence of Russian collusion"; the Trump-hating Dems. deliberately stage this media event to upstage Trump's Vietnamese diplomatic mission, intending it to become the start of his impeachment proceedings?; Trump-hating committee chmn.(D-Md.) (1996-2019) Elijah Eugene Cummings (1951-2019) opens the hearing with a speech containing the soundbyte: "The days of this committee protecting the president at all costs are over. They're over"; U.S. Rep. (R-Ohio) (2007-) James Daniel "Jim" Jordan (1964-) delivers an opposition opening statement blasting Cohen as a "fraudster" and "convicted felon" who is a puppet of his atty., Clinton loyalist Lanny Davis, whom he accuses of orchestrating the hearing, also accusing chmn. Elijah Cummings of being a "patsy" for Cohen; Cohen claims that Trump speaks "in code" to make people lie; U.S. Rep. (D-Minn.) Rashida Tlaib has a fiery exchange with U.S. Rep. (R-N.C.) Mark Meadows, accusing him of using black Trump admin. HUD official Lynne Patton as a "prop", calling it a "racist act"; too bad, Cohen has to report to serve a 3-year prison sentence on May 6 for lying to Congress (first Congressional witness allowed to testify after being convicted of lying to them), causing the White House to label him a "disgraced felon" and "convicted liar", esp. for claiming "ongoing threats against his family" on Jan. 23, which he counters by lavishly apologizing and promising to tell the truth this time, causing Repub. reps to repeatedly blast his credibility; - until a Dem. pres. sits in the White House?

Andrew R. Wheeler of the U.S. (1964-) 'Women Shapting the Future', 'Rolling Stone', Mar. 2019

On Feb. 28, 2019 after a 52-47 Senate vote confirms him, Hamilton, Ohio-born acting dir. (since July 9) Andrew R. Wheeler (1964-) (known for the soundbyte: "I believe that man has an impact on the climate but wht's not completely understood is what the impact is", and for questioning the scientific rigor of the U.N. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) becomes U.S. EPA dir. #15 (until ?). On Feb. 28 Rolling stone mag. pub. its Mar. issue, with the cover Women Shaping the Future, showing U.S. Reps. Jahana Hayes (D-Conn.), Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.), Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.), and Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.) ("everything Trump's trying to ban"); in her interview, Omar (known for marrying her brother Elmi to foil immigration authorities, her hatred of Israel, and past support of ISIS) utters the soundbyte: "I believe that impeachment is inevitable", calling Pres. Trump a "dictator" and the notion that Vice-Pres. Pence would succeed him "terrifying".

On Mar. 2, 2019 Pres. Trump gives a speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference in Washington, D.C., becoming the longest speech of his presidency (until ?). On Mar. 3 the House Judiciary Committee announces that it will subpoena documents from 60+ people and orgs. to investigate possible obstruction and abuse of power by Pres. Trump, with Trump-hating chmn. Jerrold Nadler uttering the soundbyte: "We are going to initiate investigations into abuses of power, into corruption... and into obstruction of justice. It's our job to protect the rule of law. It's very clear that the president obstructed justice. Before you impeach somebody, you have to persuade the American public that it ought to happen", causing Pres. Trump to tweet the soundbyte about the Demonrats, er, Democrats: "Presidential Harassment by 'crazed' Democrats at the highest level in the history of our Country. Likewise, the most vicious and corrupt Mainstream Media that any president has ever had to endure - Yet the most successful first two years for any President. We are WINNING big, the envy of the WORLD, but just think what it could be?" On Mar. 4 Pres. Trump signs an executive order allowing sea veterans from the U.S. Coast Guard, USMC, U.S. Army, and U.S. Navy to transition into the U.S. Merchant Marine. On Mar. 7 after pressure by Israel-hating leftists cause them to back down on calling out Dem. Rep. Ilhan Omar for a month of anti-Semitic anti-Israel rhetoric incl. accusing U.S. Jews of dual loyalties, and inviting her to help rewrite it, the Dem.-controlled U.S. House of Reps passes the watered-down 7-page Resolution 183 (unanimous Dem. yes vote, 24 Repubs. abstaining), condemning "every form of bigotry" incl. the fakey term Islamophobia (first Congressional vote on it), trying to elevate it to an equal level with anti-Semitism, causing Pres. Trump to utter the soundbyte: "I thought yesterday's vote by the House was disgraceful because the Democrats have become an anti-Israel party. They've become an anti-Jewish party, and I thought that vote was a disgrace. And so does everybody else if you get an honest answer. If you get an honest answer from politicians, they thought it was a disgrace." On Mar. 14 the U.S. Senate votes 59-41 (incl. 12 Repubs.) to block Pres. Trump's nat. emergency declaration. On Mar. 21 Pres. Trump issues an executive order requiring college campuses to protect freedom of speech or lose federal research funds - good luck with that? On Mar. 21 after a 675-day $33M investigation the 300-page Mueller Report on Pres. Trump is delivered to the U.S. Dept. of Justice, confirming Trump's protestations about it being a witch hunt when Mueller doesn't recommend any further indictments?; on Mar. 24 U.S. atty. gen. William Barr writes a 4-page letter to Congress, containing the soundbyte: "The Special Counsel's investigation did not find that the Trump campaign or anyone associated with it conspired or coordinated with Russia in its efforts to influence the 2016 U.S. presidential election... The investigation did not establish that members of the Trump Campaign conspired or coordinated with the Russian government in its election interference activities"; instead of folding and profusely apologizing to Trump for their witch hunt, Dems. switch to a slew of obstruction investigations; on Mar. 26 Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell blocks a resolution calling for the full report to be released publicly.

On Apr. 1, 2019 after nine Repubs. on his House Intel Committee pub. a letter calling for him to resign, and Pres. Trump calls him "pencil-neck", chmn. Adam Schiff resigns, with the soundbytes: "I don't think it's OK. I think it's immoral, I think it's unethical, I think it's unpatriotic, and yes, I think it's corrupt, and evidence of collusion. I do not think that conduct, criminal or not, is OK. And the day we do think that's OK, is the day we look back and say that is the day America lost its way. The American people have spoken so I will move aside. I have no further plans to be involved with the government." On Apr. 4 the U.S. House votes to pull the U.S. out of Yemen, confirming the Senate vote, becoming the first time both Houses vote to end U.S. intervention under the War Powers Act; on Apr. 16 Pres. Trump vetoes it, becoming his 2nd veto. On Apr. 11 after accompanying Pres. Trump during a visit to Tex. on Apr. 10, Rep. Tex. lt. gov. Dan Patrick utters the soundbyte that 1,671 bodies have been recovered inside the Tex. border with Mexico since 2011. On Apr. 25 former Dem. U.S. vice-pres. #47 (2009-17) Joseph Robinette "Joe" Biden Jr. (1942-) announces his candidacy for U.S. pres. in 2020 (candidate #20), uttering the soundbyte: "We are in the battle for the soul of this nation", causing Pres. Trump to tweet the soundbyte: "Welcome to the race Sleepy Joe. I only hope you have the intelligence, long in doubt, to wage a successful primary campaign. It will be nasty - you will be dealing with people who truly have some very sick & demented ideas. But if you make it, I will see you at the Starting Gate!" On Apr. 26 Pres. Trump speaks at the annual Nat. Rifle Assoc. (NRA) meeting in Indianapolis, Ind., slamming Dems. like Bernie Sanders for wanting prisoners to vote in elections, and framing the 2020 U.S. pres. race as about freedom vs. Socialism; Trump announces U.S. withdrawal from the U.N. Arms Trade Treaty, expressing concern over 2nd Amendment rights, with the soundbyte: "Under my administration we will never surrender American sovereignty to anyone, we will never allow foreign bureaucrats to trample on your Second Amendment freedom and that is why my administration will never ratify the U.N. trade treaty." On Apr. 30 Pres. Trump meets with Dem. leaders, and they agree in principle to spend $2T to renew U.S. infrastructure.

On May 5, 2019 Pres. Trump threatens another $200B of tariffs on Chinese goods; Trump's Dem. archenemy Chuck Schumer backs him for once. On May 8 Pres. Trump announces new sanctions on Iran hours after it announcing it's relaxing some restrictions on its nuclear program, stopping just short of violating its nuclear deal with world powers; On May 9 Euro countries announce that they reject "ultimatums" from Tehran. On May 8 The New York Times pub. a report claiming that Pres. Trump's businesses lost almost $1.2B in 1985-94, making him a con artist with a fake real estate empire, causing Pres. Trump to call it "a highly inaccurate fake news hit job". On May 14 U.S. atty.-gen William Barr appoints U.S. atty. John Durham of Conn. to probe the FBI investigation into the Trump campaign. On May 22 Pres. Trump invites Dem. congressional leaders Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer to the White House for negotiations on an infrastructure bill, then abruptly exeunts stage er, left after they grandstand about the 2016 election, his tax returns, and the "I-word" (impeachment), after which Pelosi et al. meet with Dems. calling for an impeachment inquirty, then tells the press: "We do believe it's important to follow the facts. We believe that no one is above the law, including the president of the United States, and we believe that the president of the United States is engaged in a cover-up." On May 28 Pope Francis gives an interview to Mexican network Televisa, uttering the soundbyte tht the U.S.-Mexico border wall is like the Berlin Wall; "We knew of one, of Berlin [Wall], and the many headaches and suffering it caused us, but it appears that man does what animals don't, right? Man is the only animal that falls twice into the same hole, right? We are returning to the same thing, right? Building walls as if it were a defense, right? Defense is dialogue, growth, acceptance and education, integration, and the healthy but human limit of 'no more than this'", saying that he would say to Pres. Trump: "He who builds walls winds up a prisoner of the walls he builds." On May 29 as he closes his special prosecutor office after 2.8K subpoenas, 500 search warrants, 300 electronic communication records, and 500 witnesses, Robert Mueller finally gives an 8-min. speech on TV about his investigation, stirring the pot by giving ammo to both sides, claiming that to charge a sitting U.S. pres. with a federal crime was "prohibited" and unconsitutional, while uttering the soundbyte: "If we had had the confidence that the president had not clearly committed a crime, we would have said so", causing Dem. Harvard Law prof. Alan Dershowitz to utter the soundbyte: "Mueller has revealed his partisan bias" in favor of the Dems., and "gave a political gift to Democrats in Congress seeking to institute impeachment proceedings"; no surprise, Mueller refues to answer questions; Pres. Trump replies that Mueller is a "conflicted person" and a "true Never Trumper". On May 31, 2019 Pres. Trump tweets the soundbyte: "My Administration has launched a global campaign to decriminalize homosexuality and invite all nations to join us in this effort!"

E. Jean Carroll (1943-)

On June 1, 2019 White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney announces that Pres. Trump is "deadly serious" about levying a 5% tariff on Mexican goods on June 10 if the Mexican govt. doesn't step up enforcement of illegal immigration to the U.S., causing Mexico to send reps to speak with U.S. vice-pres. Mike Pence at the White House on June 5, getting the tariff canceled on June 7 in return for promises to do what Trump says, causing White House press secy. Sarah Sanders to utter the soundbyte: "It's a sad day in America when the Mexican govt. is willing to do more for the United States' illegal immigration problem than Democrats in Congress." On June 1 Colo. Dem. gov. John Hickenlooper gives a speech in San Francisco, Calif. to the Calif. Dem. Party Convention, with the soundbyte: "If we want to beat Donald Trump and achieve big progressive goals, socialism is not the answer", drawing loud boos. On June 3 self-described doctor of political science Hyram F. Suddlfluffel posts on the conservative blog FreeRepublic.com, with the soundbyte that a Dem. attempt to impeach Pres. Trump would backfire as there is zero chance of a Senate conviction, while "The President's attorneys will have the right to subpoena and question anyone they want", allowing them to expose Dem. crimes and misconduct. On June 3-5 Pres. Trump visits Britain, meeting with PM Theresa May and Queen Elizabeth II and laying a wreath on the Tomb of the Unknown Warrior in Westminster Abbey, attending the 75th anniv. ceremonies for D-Day; on June 4 he gives an interview to Piers Morgan on "Good Morning Britain", responding to the question "Do you personally believe in climate change?" with the soundbyte: "I believe that there is a change in weather. And, I think it changes both ways. Don't forget: it used to be called 'global warming' – that wasn't working. Then, it was called 'climate change.' Now, it's actually called 'extreme weather' - because, with 'extreme weather,' you cant miss." On June 5 the Trump admin. announces its decision to stop federal research using aborted baby parts, causing Dem. House Speaker Nancy Loose Pu, er, Pelosy, er, Pelosi to call it "a grave step backwards for America". On June 9 the Dem.-controlled Calif. state legislature votes to put illegal immigrants on Medicaid, treating it as a stab at Pres. Trump and claiming that a budget surplus will easily absorb it - rather than give it back to the legal citizens? On June 9 Pres. Trump tweets a warning to er, Twitter: "Twitter should let the banned Conservative Voices back onto their platform, without restriction. It's called Freedom of Speech, remember. You are making a Giant Mistake!" On June 10 Watergate figure John Dean testifies before the Dem.-controlled House Judiciary Committee; on June 9 (night) Pres. Trump calls him a "sleazebag". On June 13 White House press secy. (since July 2017) Sarah Huckabee Sanders announces that she's leaving at the end of the month; on June 25 Melania Trump's spokeswoman Stephanie Grisham is named as her successor. On June 14 Sunni Muslim Syrian refugee Mustafa Mousab Alowemer (1998-) is arrested and charged with attempted bombing of the Christian Legacy Internt. Worship Center in Pittsburgh, Penn.; he had applied for a green card. On June 15 ater a string of knife and gun attacks in London kill three, Pres. Trump calls out Muslim London Mayor Sadiq Khan, calling him a "disaster" and saying that "London needs a new mayor ASAP." On June 18 Pres. Trump kicks off his 2010 U.S. pres. campaign at the Amway Center in Orlando, Fla. before a crowd of 20K, while the crowd chants "CNN sucks!", causing CNN to cut the feed; Trump utters the soundbyte that the Dem. Party "has become more radical, more dangerous, and more unhinged than at any point in the modern history of our country"; Trump raises $24.8M for his reelection campaign in less than 24 hours. On June 21 while preparing to announce her new book "What Do We Need Men For? A Modest Proposal", Am. journalist Elizabeth Jean (E. Jean) "Betty Jean" Carroll (1943-) pub. an article in New York mag. accusing Pres. Trump of sexual assault in fall 1995 or spring 1996 in a Bergdorf Goodman store in New York City; Trump denies ever knowing her; too bad, she sticks her foot in her mouth in an interview with Anderson Cooper, with the soundbyte: "I think most people think of rape as being sexy", and says that she won't bring charges against Trump because "I would find it disrespectful to the women who are down on the border who are being raped around the clock down there without any protection." On June 24 Pres. Trump signs an executive order placing "hard-hitting sanctions" on Iran's supreme leader et al., causing the Iranians to respond that diplomacy is over. On June 29 Pres. Trump makes a surprise visit to North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un, becoming the first U.S. pres. to step across the DMZ into North Korean territory.

Al Green of the U.S. (1947-)

On July 1, 2019 Hollyweird star Barbra Streisand utters the soundbyte that Pes. Trump should be the first climate denier removed from office, with the non-sequitur: "Last week it was 114 in Paris and Guadalajara was buried in 3 feet of ice from a hailstorm. Climate change is here now and it is time for voters to remove the climate deniers from office, starting with Trump." On July 4 Pres. Trump holds his Salute to America 4th of July parade in the Nat. Mall in Washington, D.C., complete with tanks like Ike had in 1953 and JFK had in 1961, hamming it up with a speech that pisses-off leftists and Dems., containing the soundbyte: "It is the epic tale of a great nation whose people have risked everything for what they know is right and what they know is true. It is the chronicle of brave citizens who never give up on the dream of a better and brighter future. And it is the saga of 13 separate colonies that united to form the most just and virtuous republic ever conceived. On this day, 243 years ago, our Founding Fathers pledged their lives, their fortunes, and their sacred honor to declare independence and defend our God-given rights." On July 11 Pres. Trump announces an executive order to make an end-around run of the U.S. Supreme Court that won't let him ask citizenship status on the Census forms, directing all federal agencies to provide the Commerce Dept. with all records regarding the number of citizens and noncitizens in the U.S. On July 14 (a.m.) Pres. Trump generates a tweetstorm dissing the four ultra-leftist "Progressive Democrat Congresswomen" (AKA The Squad) Ilhan Omar, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Rashida Tlaib, and Ayanna Pressley, ending with: "Why don't they go back and help fix the totally broken and crime infested plces from which they came... and show us how it is done. These places need your help badly, you can't leave fast enough", causing the PC press to howl with cries of racism, when even they probably secretly agree with him?; on July 16 all the House Dems. along with four turncoat Repubs; vote 240-187 to pass a resolution to condemn Trump's "racist comments"; only Omar was born outside the U.S. (Somalia); on July 17 (eve.) Trump holds a rally in Greenville, N.C., making fun of his two-faced critics, with the soundbyte: "I think in some cases they hate our country. They never have anything good to say. That's why I say, 'Hey if you don't like it, let 'em leave, let 'em leave'", causing the crowd to chant: "Send her back!", which Trump later claims he "was not happy" with. On July 17 after sponsor (D-Tex.) (2005-) Alexander N. "Al" Green (1947-) (who introduced articles of impeachment on May 17 over his firing of FBI dir. James Comey, then withdrew them) reintroduces articles of impeachment against Pres. Trump for his tweetstorm agianst the Squad, and forces the vote by going around Speaker Nancy Pelosi, the U.S. House votes 332-95-1 (137 Dems. against, four Repubs. for) to kill (postpone) his resolution, causing Trump to tweet the soundbytes: "I just heard that the US House of Representatives has overwhelmingly voted to kill the most ridiculous project I have ever been involved in. The resolution -- how stupid is that -- on impeachment"; "Greatest Economic BOOM in the history of our Country, the best job numbers, biggest tax reduction, rebuilt military and much more, is now OVER. This should never be allowed to happen to another President of the United States again!"; 95 Dems. vote to impeach him for "causing harm to society", not an alleged high crime or misdemeanor, meaning they should be impeached for not upholding their oath to the U.S. Constitution?; meanwhile federal prosecutors in N.Y. terminate their investigation into the Trump Org. and its alleged hush money payments to women alleging affairs with Pres. Trump despite the FBI assuring the public that they really happened. On July 17 Pres. Trump announces that a U.S. warship shot down an Iranian drone in the Strait of Hormuz. On July 18 Pres. Trump meets with U.S. airline execs hoping to take their side in a long-time dispute with Persian Gulf-based airlines, only to end up knocking them for buying jets from Euro supplier Airbus instead of Boeing, and for running their cos. so poorly that the stock prices are declining in a bull market. On July 24 Robert Mueller testifies before the Dem.-run House Judiciary Committee, stinking himself up so bad with his poor knowledge of his own report and his near senility that he dashes Dem. dreams of a killer blow leading to Pres. Trump's impeachment, which doesn't make them give up trying; Trump says Mueller was horrible, that Repubs. "had a good day", and utters the soundbyte: "The Democrats had nothing, and now they have less than nothing." ordering the Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP) to begin allowing capital punishment to resume, starting with five murderers, mostly child-killers. On July 25 Pres. Trump makes a phone call to Ukraine pres. Volodymyr Zelensky, asking for him "to do us a favor" by investigating political rival Joe Biden and his son Hunter, which is later blown up to a reason for impeachment by the Dems., even after Trump releases a transcript of the call on Sept. 25. On July 26 Pres. Trump announces a "safe third country" deal with Guatemala to restrict asylum claims from Central Am., calling it a "landmark agreement" that "will put the coyotes and smugglers out of business". On July 26 the U.S. House of Reps suspends talk of impeachment of Pres. Trump to go on a 46-day recess until Sept. 9. On July 26 the U.S. Supreme (Roberts) Court rules 6-3 that the Trump admin. can proceed with its plan to use $2.5B in Pentagon funds on the U.S.-Mexico border wall; dissenters incl. Ginsburg, Kagan, and Sotomayor; too bad, on Aug. 2 Obama appointee Haywood Gilliam of the 9th Circuit issues a permanent injunction blocking him. On July 27 Pres. Trump tweets the soundbyte that Baltimore, Md. is a "rat and rodent infested mess", digging into Rep. Elijah Cummings with the soundbyte: "So sad that Elijah Cummings has been able to do so little for the people of Baltimore. Statistically, Baltimore ranks last in almost every major category. Cummings has done nothing but milk Baltimore dry, but the public is getting wise to the bad job that he is doing", pissing him off and starting a flame war; on July 28 Trump tweets that Cummings is "racist", adding that iif he “ould focus more of his energy on helping the good people of his district, and Baltimore itself, perhaps progress could be made in fixing the mess that he has helped to create over many years of incompetent leadership." On July 27 Pres. Trump utters the soundbyte that the black-shirted far-left street thug activist group Antifa is under consideration for being declared a terrorist org., causing leftists in Germany to come out with the social media meme "#IchbinAntifa" (I am Antifa). On July 30 Pres. Trump utters the soundbyte that U.S. intel agencies have "run amok" while defending his replacement of Dan Coats by John Ratcliffe as dir. of nat. intel. On July 30 Pres. Trump speaks at an event commemorating the 400th anniv. of Va.'s first legislative assembly, and is interrupted by Palestinian-descent Muslim Dem. legislator Ibraheem Samirah, who shouts "You can't send us back" while flshing a sign reading "deport hate", "reunite my family", and go back to your corrupted home" - self-contradiction?

On Aug. 5, 2019 (11:00 a.m. EST) Pres. Trump gives a speech on the El Paso and Dayton massacres, condemning "racism, bigotry, and white supremacy" and calling for bipartisan support to fight it, with the soundbyte that hatred "warps the mind, ravages the heart, and destroys the soul", calling for red flag laws; too bad, the Dems. slam him for initially focusing on mental health rather than white supremacy, and use the opporunity to advance his immigration reform agenda. On Aug. 7 ICE conducts raids at food processing plants in Miss., arresting 680, with 200 of them having a criminal record; Pres. Trump says they will serve as a "good deterrent" to illegal immigration. On Aug. 12 the Trump admin. announces new regulations banning welfare-dependent legal immigrants from permanently resettling in the U.S.; no surprise, 13 states file lawsuits challenging the new rule. On Aug. 15 Pres. Trump makes an offer to purchase Greenland, which is refused. On Aug. 16 Pres. Trump receives a surprise endorsement from the conservative LGBTQ Log Cabin Repubs. On Aug. 20 the Trump admin. announces plans to freeze $4B in foreign aid to 100+ countries as part of a "recession package". On Aug. 20 Pres. Truth, er, Trump criticizes Dems. for supporting Dem. anti-Semites Rashida Tlaib and Ilhan Omar, with the soundbyte: "I think any Jewish people who would vote for a Democrat, I think it shows either a total lack of knowledge or great disloyalty", drawing a Dem. backlash. On Aug. 23 Pres. Trump "hereby" orders U.S. cos. to find alternatives to Chinese suppliers in his next phase of their trade war, causing the Dow Jones Industrial Avg. to end down 600+ points (2.4%). On Aug. 24-26 the45th (2019) G7 Summit in Biarritz, France sees Pres. Trump and French pres. Emmanuel Macron make up and kiss; Trump calls for Russia to be readmitted to help him solve several issues, and suggests Trump Doral in Fla. as the site for the next summit, pissing-off Dems., who claim he's trying to enrich himself, causing him to reply that he won't make any money; Trump also says that he's willing to meet with Iran's pres., raising the prospect of a new nuclear deal; when asked if he still harbors climate skepticism, Trump utters the soundbyte: "I feel that the United States has tremendous wealth. The wealth is under its feet. I've made that wealth come alive. And I'm not going to lose that wealth. I'm not going to lose it on dreams, on windmills, which frankly aren't working too well. And I'm an environmentalist. A lot of people don't understand. I have done more environmental impact statements probably than anybody that's - I guess I can say definitely, because I've done many, many, many of them. More than anybody that's ever been president, or vice president, or anything even close to president. And I think I know more about the environment than most people. I want clean air, I want clean water, I want a wealthy country, I want a spectacular country with jobs, with pensions, with so many things. And that's what we're getting. So I want to be very careful. At the same time... it's very important to me - very important to me - we have to maintain this incredible - this incredible place that we've all built. We become a much richer country, and that's a good thing, not a bad thing, because that great wealth allows us to take care of people. We can take care of people that we couldn't have taken care of in the past because of the great wealth. We can't let that wealth be taken away. Clean air, clean water. Thank you very much everybody"; after which a reporter shouts: "You didn't answer the question!" On Aug. 29 U.S. inspector gen. Michael Horowitz releases his report on former FBI dir. James Comey, finding "no evidence" that he "released any classified information" to the press, although he "violated department or FBI policy" through "retention, handling, and dissemination of certain Memos", finding that Comey "failed to live up to this responsibility. By not safeguarding sensitive information obtained during the course of his FBI employment, and by using it to create public pressure for official action, Comey set a dangerous example for the over 35,000 current FBI employees - and the many thousands more former FBI employees — who similarly have access to or knowledge of non-public information"; too bad, although Horowitz referred him to the U.S. Justice Dept. for criminal prosecution, they decide not to, causing Comey to gloat, tweeting that he doesn't "need a public apology from those who defamed me, buta quick message with a 'sorry we lied about you' would be nice"; the White House blasts him with the soundbyte: "James Comey is a proven liar and leaker. The Inspector General's report shows Comey violated the most basic obligations of confidentiality that he owed to the United States Government and to the American people, 'in order to achieve a personally desired outcome.' Because Comey shamefully leaked information to the press — in blatant violation of FBI policies - the Nation was forced to endure the baseless politically motivated, two-year witch hunt. Comey disgraced himself and his office to further a personal political agenda, and this report further confirms that fact"; Pres. Trump tweets the soundbyte: "Perhaps never in the history of our Country has someone been more thoroughly disgraced and excoriated than James Comey in the just released Inspector General's Report. He should be ashamed of himself!"

On Sept. 1, 2019 AFL-CIO pres. Richard Trump, er, Richard Trumka appears on Fox News, criticizing Pres. Trump, complaining about his new USMCA trade deal with Canada and Mexico and for taking on China "the wrong way", pissing Trump off and causing him to criticizing him back, tweeting the soundbytes that he "likes what we are doing until the cameras go on" and "The workers will vote for me in 2020 (lowest unemployment, most jobs ever), and should stop paying exorbitant $ Dues. Not worth it!" On Sept. 10 after their battles never end, Pres. Trump fires hawkish U.S. nat. security advisor John Bolton after 17 mo. On Sept. 16 Pres. Trump's approval rating tops Pres. Obama's for the same point in their admins., reaching 44.1%, vs. 43.9% for Obama on Sept. 16, 2011. On Sept. 22 (Sun.) Pres. Trump speaks in Houston, Tex. before a crowd of 50K mainly Indian-Ams., welcoming Indian PM Narendra Modi while hundreds of millions in India watch on TV, bringing the audience to its feet with a mention of the threat of "radical Islamic terrorism". On Sept. 23 the 2019 U.N. Climate Action Summit in New York City is attemded by 100+ world leaders; Pres. Trump drops by at the start, cutting in front of Greta Thunberg, but doesn't speak, then leaves to attend a meeting on religious freedom, preparing to address the U.N. Gen. Assembly on Sept. 24; Greta Thunberg gives her well-rehearsed, outgoing speech (impossible for an Assburger sufferer, although Trump's upstaging act might have made her speech more anger-filled?), with the big soundbyte: "My message is that we'll be watching you. This is all wrong. I shouldn't be up here. I should be in school on the other side of the ocean. Yet you come to us young people for hope. How dare you. You have stolen my dreams, my childhood with your empty words, and yet I'm one of the lucky ones. People are suffering, people are dying, entire ecological systems are collapsing. We're in the beginning of a mass extinction, and all you can talk about is the money and eternal fairy tales of economic growth. How dare you? For more than 30 years the science has been crystal clear. How can you look away and come here saying you're doing enough when the politics and solutions needed are nowhere in sight? You say you hear us and that you understand the urgency. But no matter how sad and angry I am, I really want to believe that, because if you really understood the situation and kept on failing to act, you would be evil, and that I refuse to believe"; French education minister Jean-Michel Blanquer utters the soundbyte: "One shouldn't create a generation of people depressed over the subject of climate change"; meanwhile Thunberg and 15 other children file a complaint with the U.N. Committee on the Rights of the Child against Argentina, Brazil, France, Germany, and Turkey for failing to act against climate change; meanwhile #ShutDownDC sees dozens of climate protesters disrupt traffic in usually-deadlocked Washington, D.C. On Sept. 24 after a scandal involving U.S. vice-pres. Joe Biden and his son Hunter Biden in Ukraine emerges, the Dems. try to twist it with an announcement by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi that an impeachment investigation for Pres. Trump is being started over a July 25 phone call to new (since May 20) Ukrainian pres. #6 Volodymyr Zelensky where he merely asks if he would invesigate them, with the double-standard soundbyte "No one is above the law", even when no quid pro quo is discovered in the transcripts; on Sept. 25 Pres. Trump meets with Zelensky at the U.N., and they hold a press conference, where Zelensky confirms that Trump put him under no pressure; meanwhile on Sept. 25 the U.S. Justice Dept. clears Trump for violating campaign finance laws; on Sept. 27 Trump tweets the soundbyte: "If that perfect phone call with the President of Ukraine isn't considered appropriate, then no future President can EVER again speak to another foreign leader!"; too bad, it is revealed that three Dem. Senators asked Ukraine to investigate Trump in May 2008; also it is revealed that the U.S. Senate approves a 1998 treaty with Ukraine allowing the U.S. pres. to ask Ukraine for legal assistance in criminal matters. On Sept. 29 Pres. Trump tweets the soundbyte: "If the Democrats are successful in removing the President from office (which they will never be), it will cause a Civil War like fracture in this Nation from which our Country will never heal", quoting Pastor Robert Jeffress, pissing-off the PC press with its truth? In Sept. the U.S. exports more oil than it imported for the first time in over 70 years, giving Pres. Trump a victory to crow about. In Sept. U.S. unemployment is 3.5% (vs. 3.7% in Aug.), with the economy creating 136K jobs; the lowest unemployment rate since Dec. 1969 (3.5%).

On Oct. 1, 2019 the Trump admin. U.S. Dept. of Homeland Security ends their "catch and release" program for illegal immigrants from Mexico incl. families. On Oct. 3 Repub. House minority leader Kevin McCarthy calls on House speaker Nancy Pelosi to suspend the Dems.' impeachment inquiry into Pres. Trump, calling it "reckless", with the soundbyte: "Unfortunately, you have given no clear indication as to how your impeachment inquiry will proceed - including whether key historical precedents or basic standards of due process will be observed. In addition, the swiftness and recklessness with which you have proceeded has already resulted in committee chairs attempting to limit minority participation in scheduled interviews, calling into question the integrity of such an inquiry." On Oct. 7 Pres. Trump defends his Oct. 6 decision to pull U.S. troops out of N Syria after talking to Kurd-hating Turkish pres. Recep Tayyip Erdogan even though that opens it up for a Turkish assault on U.S.-backed Kurds, claiming that even though they helped the U.S. defeat ISIS, they were paid "massive amounts of money" for it, and that U.S. troops "are not a police force"; after bipartisan criticism, Trump tweets Turkey to leave the Kurds alone or he will "obliterate" their economy; also, Europe won't help, and the U.S. isn't going to hold thousands of ISIS fighters in Guantanamo Bay; too bad, on Oct. 9 Turkey attacks the Kurds in NE Syria to eliminate a "terrorist corridor", causing the U.N. Security Council to meet to discuss the situation; on Oct. 11 Turkey bombs U.S. forces in Kurd-held Kobani, Syria, calling it a mistake; on Oct. 14 the Syrian Kurds cut a deal with Bashar al-Assad to surrender their dream of autonomy for protection from the Turks. On Oct. 8 Pres. Trump tweets that Hillary Clinton should run against him again in 2020, causing her to reply: "Maybe there does need to be a rematch. I mean, obviously, I can beat him again" - talk about being in denial? On Oct. 11 (eve.) Pres. Trump speaks at a campaign rally in Lake Charles, La., uttering the soundbyte: "We've been living through this so-called insurance policy because they know we are putting a stop to their pillaging and their plundering and their hoaxes. The radical Democrats policies are crazy. Their politicians are corrupt. Their candidates are terrible. They know they can't win an election so they are pursuing an illegal, invalid, and unconstitutional bullshit impeachment." On Oct. 13 (Sat.) The New York Post pub. a report on a Fox News poll released earlier in the week that claims that 51% of registered voters want Pres. Trump impeached and removed from office, claiming it misrepresented the facts. On Oct. 14 Pres. Trump announces tariffs on Turkey for attacking the Kurds and destablizing NE Syria, with the soundbyte: "I am fully prepared to swiftly destroy Trump's economy if Turkish leaders continue down this dangerous and destructive path." On Oct. 14 Pres. Trump announces that he hasn't yet watched a video aired last week at his Doral Miami Resort showing him shooting and stabbing anti-Trumpers in the news media, but "strongly condemns" it - with a smile on his face? On Oct. 16 the U.S. House of Reps votes 354-60 to condemn Pres. Trump's troop pullout from NE Syria; House Speaker storms out of a meeting with Pres. Trump after receiving a drumming-down about being in bed with Commies and being a "third-rate politician", pissing-off Repubs. for walking out on a U.S. pres.; Trump tweets a photo of her standing and pointing commandingly at her commander in chief before walking out; she claims he lost it, and he claims she lost it, but she is the one to walk out; meanwhile on Oct. 16 a Economist/YouGov Poll reveals that 57% of Repubs. support Trump's decision. On Oct. 18 (Fri.) the all-female spacewalk is completed by NASA astronauts Christina Koch and Jessica Meir; Pres. Trump phones them in space. On Oct. 23 25 U.S. House Repubs. storm the closed basement room where the Trump-hating Dems. led by Adam Schit, er, Schiff are meeting to frame trump on impeachment charges, claiming that they're actually staging an unconstitutional coup d'etat. Big Daddy bagged dead four days before Halloween? On Oct. 27 (Sun.) (10:00 a.m. EST) after the tweet "Something very big has just happened", Pres. Trump announces the death of ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi during an overnight U.S. Army Delta Force and Ranger forces raid in Idlib Province in NW Syria, setting off a suicide bomb after being cornered in a dead-end tunnel, going out "whimpering and crying", saying he "died like a dog and coward", taking his three children with him; his named successor Abu al-Hasan al-Muhajir is killed in an air strike hours after Baghdadi; too bad, on Oct. 27 former U.S. nat. intel dir. James Clapper gives an interview to CNN's "State of the Union", warming that the death could "galvanize" ISIS, and "I don't think we can say at this point that we can stop worrying"; the military operation was named by JCS chmn. Gen. Mark Milley after Kayla Mueller, who was tortured to death in 2015; on Oct. 31 ISIS announces their new leader Abu Ibrahim al-Hashemi al-Qurashi and vows revenge on the U.S. On Oct. 31 the Dem.-controlled U.S. House votes 232-194 along party lines (1 independent yea, 2 Dems. and 1 Repub. abstain) to authorize an impeachment inquiry for Adam Schiff, er, Pres. Trump; Nancy Pelosi votes yea; Pres. Trump is several moves ahead in the chess game, and is setting them up for the Repubs. to take the House in 2020 while he is reelected, allowing him to railroad a trainload of legislation? In Oct. Pres. Trump utters the soundbyte that becoming U.S. pres. cost him money: "Whether I lost $2 billion, $5 billion, or less, it doesn't make any diference. I'm doing this for the country. I'm doing this for the people", causing the anti-Trump press to call him a liar who'se really enriching himself in office like their people Nancy Pelosi et al.; too bad, on Sept. 9, 2020 Forbes releases its new Forbes 400 List, listing Trump's worth as $2.5B, from a high of $3.7B in 2016 and $3.1B in 2017, dropping 77 spots from 275th richest person in the U.S. to 352, causing leftist Trump-hating CNN to finally admit that he's been losing money as pres. In Oct. U.S. unemployment is 3.6% (vs. 3.5% in Sept.), adding 128K new jobs; black adult and teen unemployment are at historic lows.

On Nov. 1, 2019 after getting tired of harassment by Dem. leaders, Pres. Trump announces that he will change his permanent residence from "shithole" New York City to Mar-a-Lago, Fla. after his presidency, with the soundbyte that he loves New York until N.Y. gov. Andrew Cuomo and NYC mayor Bill de Blasio ruined it. On Nov. 8 Pres. Trump speaks at a rally in Atlanta, Ga. announcing the Black Voices for Trump Coalition in an effort to gain black voters. On Nov. 11 (Mon.) Pres. Trump becomes the first U.S. pres. to attend the Veterans Day Parade in New York City, giving a speech praising U.S. Special Forces for bagging dead al-Baghdadi, calling U.S. military personnel "The bravest, toughest, strongest, and most virtuous warriors ever to walk on Earth." On Nov. 13 the U.S. House begins impeachment hearings for Pres. Trump, which he won't even watch, calling it a "sham"; impeachment czar Adam Schiff blows it when U.S. Rep. (R-Tex.) (2015) John Lee Ratcliffe (1965) asks witness William "Bioll" Taylor what crime Trump committed on the July 25 Ukraine call, and he can't answer?; on Nov. 15 Bozo, er, Schiff interviews fired Ukrainian ambassador Marie Yovanovitch, and brings up a recent Trump tweet, trying to lead her into claiming that it constitutes witness intimidation not freedom of speech, even though he is the one reading it to her for the first time; anti-Trump journalist Chris Wallace utters the soundbyte that if you weren't moved by her testimony, "you have no pulse". On Nov. 18 the Trump admin. announces the reversal of the Carter-Obama policy of declaring Israeli settlement in the West Bank (Judea and Samaria) illegal. In Nov. U.S. unemployment falls to 3.5% (vs. 3.6% in Oct.), lowest in 50 years, adding 266K jobs.

On Dec. 10, 2019 the U.S. House Dem. unveil two articles of impeachment: abuse of power, and obstruction of them, er, Congress; meanwhile Dem. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announces an accord with the Trump admin. on the USMCA trade deal with Mexico and Canada, and Pres. Trump signs an executive order targeting college anti-Semitism. On Dec. 13 (Fri.) in a speedy hearing, the U.S. House Judiciary Committee votes a straight party ticket 24-17 to send the impeachment articles for vote by the full House. On Dec. 17 FISA court judge Rosemary Collyer issues an FISC opinion that the FBI intententially misled the FISA court with incomplete and false info. used to obtain warrants against Trump campaign adviser Carter Page. On Dec. 18 the U.S. House passes the two articles of impeachment against Pres. Trump, with two Dems. defecting on article 1 (abuse of power) (230-197) and three on article 2 (obstruction of Congress) (229-198); House Speaker preludes the vote by reading the pledge of allegiance in front of a poster of a U.S. flag while wearing black; when announcing the passage of article 1, she makes a mother-like gesture to the Dems. to not cheer; she then refuses to send the articles to the Senate, making all kinds of excuses while everybody knows they're a sham and won't go anywhere?, sending U.S. Sen. Dem. minority leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) to punt for her, calling for the Senate to call yet more witnesses before voting, to which U.S. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) responds that in Pres. Clinton's 1999 impeachment trial there was unanimous agreement to follow a set procedure, and he's not going to change it for him; the 3rd U.S. pres. impeachment (1868, 1999). On Dec. 18 Washington Post reporter Rachael Bade "Merry Impeachmas from the WaPo team!", causing a firestorm of controversy that makes her flop and start 'splaining. On Dec. 19 the U.S. House by 385-41 passes the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Trade Agreement (USMCA); 38 Dems., 2 Repubs., and 1 Independent vote no. On Dec. 19 U.S. Rep. (D-Mi.) Debbie Doorbell, er, Dingell disses Pres. Trump for saying that her dead hubby Rep. John Dingell was "looking up" at him from Hell after she voted for his impeachment. On Dec. 21 Christianity Today ed. Mark Galli pub. an editorial calling for Pres. Trump's removal for being "morally unfit", pissing-off mag. founder Billy Graham's son Franklin Graham and Trump, who note that Trump won 81% of the evangelical vote in the 2016 U.S. pres. election. On Dec. 30 a Gallup Poll shows Pres. Trump and Pres. Obama tying for most admired man in the U.S. at 18%.

Iranian Gen. Qasem Suleimani (1957-2020) Mikhail Mishustin of Russia (1966-)

On Jan. 3, 2020 (early a.m.) Iranian Rev. Guard Corps Quds Force cmdr. (since 1998) Gen. Qasem Soleimani (b. 1957) (#2 in Iran behind Ayatollah Khamenei) is assassinated at Baghdad Internat. Airport by a drone attack ordered by Pres. Trump, along with Popular Mobilization Forces deputy cmdr. Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis, causing Iran to issue dire threats, while leftist Dems. diss Trump for bring war with Iran; on Jan. 5 Trump announces that his military has identified 52 Iranian sites that will be hit "very fast and very hard" should Iran attack a U.S. target, after which on on Jan. 4 (night) two rocket attacks strike near U.S. bases in Baghdad and Balad, with no casualties; on Jan. 5 Iran announces that it will begin enriching uranium again, while the Iraqi parliament passes a resolution calling for all foreign troops to leave Iraq. On Jan. 15 the U.S. House finally delivers their articles of impeachment against Pres. Trump to the U.S. Senate, with a trial set for Jan. 21 (Tue.). On Jan. 15 Pres. Trump signs phase one of a historic reciprocal trade deal with Red China. On Jan. 15 Russian pres. Vladimir Putin delivers his state of the nation speech, outlining constitutional changes to devolve pres. power to the legislature and state council and beef up the constitutional court's power to provide checks on legislation; on Jan. 16 Russian PM Dmitri Medvedev dissolves the Russian govt. and resigns, after which Putin selects federal tax service chief (since Apr. 6, 2010) Mikhail Vladimirovich Mishustin (1966-) to replace him, and he is sworn-in as PM of Russia on Jan. 16 (until ?), temporarily stepping down on Apr. 30-May 19 after testing positive for COVID-19; really a ploy to purge pro-Westerners from the Kremlin? On Jan. 16 the U.S. Senate passes the USMCA trade deal law by 89-10 before receiving the articles of impeachment of Pres. Trump from the U.S. House, becoming the biggest bipartisan achievement of the Trump admin. so far; U.S. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell tasks House Speaker Nancy Pelosi for laughing and handing out souvenir pens after signing the impeachment articles; Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer votes no because the USMCA doesn't address climate change; meanwhile Pres. Trump tweets a quote by Laura Ingraham of Fox News: "There is no crime here. I just think this whole thing should be rejected out of hand. I wouldn't waste a minute of taxpayer dollars or time on this. Entertaining this impeachment is a joke." On Jan. 21-24 the 2020 World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos, Switzerland has the theme "How to save the planet", with chmn. Klaus Schwab asking every attendee to announce "a target to achieve net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050 or sooner"; on Jan. 22 (a.m.) Pres. Trump calls climate change alarmists "prophets of doom"; meanwhile teenie alarmist Greta Thunberg sits on two panels, "Forging a sustainable path towards a common future" and "Averting a climate apocalypse"; on Jan. 20 Al Gore gives a speech, containing the soundbyte; "The burden to act on the shoulders of the generation of the people alive today is a challenge to our moral imagination. This is Thermopylae. This is Agincourt. This is the Battle of the Bulge. This is Dunkirk. This is 9/11. We have to rise to this occasion." On Jan. 24 Pres. Trump becomes the first U.S. pres. to speak at the annusl March for Life in Washington, D.C., uttering the soundbyte: "Every person is worth protecting." On Jan. 29 anti-Trump opera singer Hannah Roemhild runs a checkpoint at Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach, Fla., getting her 15 min. of fame.

The best week in Trump's presidency? On Feb. 3, 2020 the 2020 Iowa Dem. Pres. Caucuses are a V for Bernie Sanders (26.5%), with Pete Buttigieg coming in 2nd (25.1%), Elizabeth Warren 3rd (20.3%), Joe Biden 4th (13.7%), and Amy Klobuchar 5th (12.2%). On Feb. 4 (Tues.) U.S. Sen. majority leader (R-Ky.) Mitch McConnell delivers a speech to the Senate, saying that the Dems. have been trying to impeach Pres. Trump ever since he defeated Hillary Clinton in 2016, and that his original sin was that he won and the Dems. lost. On Feb. 4 (Tues.) (p.m.) Pres. Trump delivers his 2020 State of the Union Address; as Trump finishes, Nancy Pelosi rips up her copy of the speech, causing Trump to later tweet: "I assume she planned to throw the trash on the sidewalk, given the state of her district in California?" and "(Were) those the Articles of Impeachment Nancy was ripping up?"; On Feb. 5 (Wed.) the U.S. Senate votes 52-48 and 53-47 to acquit Pres. Trump of the two House impeachment charges; Repub. Sen. Mitt Romney votes to impeach Trump on the abuse of power charge, with the soundbyte: "Corrupting an election to keep oneself in office is perhaps the most abusive and destructive violation of one's oath of office that I can imagine. I swore an oath before God to exercise impartial justice. I am profoundly religious. My faith is at the heart of who I am." On Feb. 6 Pres. Trump attends the 2010 Nat. Prayer Breakfast, and gives a speech, celebrating his impeachment acquittal and blasting Repub. traitor Mitt Romney, with the soundbyte: "I don't like people who use their faith as justification for doing what they know is wrong"; also: "As you know, our great country, and your president, have been put through a terrible ordeal by some very dishonest and corrupt people, and by so doing, very badly hurt our nation. Yesterday, courageous Republican politicians and leaders had the wisdom, fortitude and strength to do what everyone knows was right." On Feb. 6 Pres. Trump gives a speech in the White House East Room crowing about his "total acquittal" and praising individual Senators, with the soundbytes: "Think what we could have done if the same energy was put into infrastructure, prescription drug prices"; "I will say it's genius on the other side and even more so, because they took nothing and brought me to a final vote on impeachment. That's an ugly word for me, that's a very dark word... But now we have that gorgeous word. I never thought a word would sound so good. It's called total acquittal"; referring to Romney, he utters the soundbyte: "Then you have some that used religion as a crutch. They never used it before. But it's a failed presidential candidate, so things can happen when you fail so badly running for president." On Feb. 7 anti-Trump impeachment witnesses Gordon Sondland (U.S. ambassador to the EU) and Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman (top Ukraine policy officer on the Nat. Security Council) are fired; Vindman's twin brother Yevgeny is also fired - payback time? On Feb. 7 a federal appeals court in Washington, D.C. throws out a Congressional Dem. lawsuit alleging that Pres. Trump violated the Constition's emoluments clause, ruling that they lack standing to sue, which only Congress as a body can do. On Feb. 10 a Business Insider Poll reveals that only 33% of Am. adults agree with Pres. Trump's acquittal at his Senate impeachment trial; 44% disagree. On Feb. 11 the 2020 N.H.Dem. Primary is a V for Bernie Sanders (25.6%), with Pete Buttigieg (24.3%) coming in a close 2nd, Elizabeth Warren 3rd (20.3%), Joe Biden 4th (13.7%), Amy Klobuchar (19.7%) 3rd, Elizabeth Warren (9.2%) a distant 4th, and Joe Biden a dismal 5th (8.4%), causing him to flee N.H. to make a stand in S.C.; Klobuchar's surge is called by her fans "Klomentum" and "Klobucharge"; Andrew Yang, Deval Patrick, and Michael Bennet of Colo. drop out of the 2020 U.S. pres. campaign; Pres. Trump sweeps the Repub. primary with 85.5%. On Feb. 12 the U.S. stock market hits an all-time high. On Feb. 12 the U.S. Senate by 51-45 passes a war power measure limiting Pres. Trump's ability to order military action against Iran without Congressional approval; eight Repubs. vote for it, but not Mitt Romney. On Feb. 13 after the U.S. Justice Dept. flops on a stiff prison sentence for Trump buddy Roger Stone, U.S. atty. gen. William Barr gives an interview to ABC News, uttering the soundbyte that Pres. Trump's tweeting habit injecting himself into DOJ criminal cases has made it "impossible for me to do my job". On Feb. 14 the Washington, D.C. U.S. Court of Appeals unanimously rules in ? v. ? that the Trump admin. can't block Medicaid benefits by imposing work requirements. On Feb. 19 Pres. Trump announces that he's nominating married gay man Richard Grenell as acting dir. of nat. intel.; on Feb. 28 he nominates U.S. Rep. (R-Tex.) John Ratcliffe as full-time dir. of nat. intel, subject to Senate confirmation. On Feb. 19 Pres. Trump accuses former U.S. secy. of state John Kerry and U.S. Sen. (D-Conn.) Chris Murphy of violating the 200+-y.-o. U.S. Logan Act by meeting with Iranian foreign minister Javad Zarif. On Feb. 24 former U.S. pres. Barack Obama tweets the soundbyte: "Eleven years ago today, near the bottom of the worst recession in generations, I signed the Recovery Act, paving the way for more than a decade of economic growth and the longest streak of job creation in American history", causing Pres. Trump to tweet the soundbyte: "President Obama is now trying to take credit for the Economic Boom taking place under the Trump Administration. He had the WEAKEST recovery since the Great Depression, despite Zero Fed Rate & MASSIVE quantitative easing. NOW, best jobs numbers ever. Had to rebuild our military, which was totally depleted. Fed Rate UP, taxes and regulations WAY DOWN. If Dems won in 2016, the USA would be in big economic (Depression?) & military trouble right now. THE BEST IS YET TO COME. KEEP AMERICA GREAT!" On Feb. 24-25 Pres. Trump visits India, attracting an adoring crowd of 100K to the Sardar Patel Gujarat cricket stadium in Ahmedabad on Feb. 24, then visiting the Taj Mahal with Melania. On Feb. 26 the Trump campaign announces that it's suing the New York Times for having "knowingly published false and defamatory statements" about the Trump-Russia hoax along with "a systemic pattern of bias". On Feb. 27 after claiming "we have it totally under control" last mo., Pres. Trump announces the appointment of vice-pres. Mike Pence as coronavirus czar; meanwhile the Dow Jones Industrial Avg. plunges for the 2nd straight day, dropping a total of 12.4% incl. the largest 1-day drop in history, losing $5T inv value, and Clorox stock hits an all-time high; on Feb. 29 after anti-Trumpers pissed-off at border closures try to blame the coronavirus crisis on him, Trump calls it the "new hoax"; Carl Henn calls for a military-style campaign to er, combat it. On Feb. 28 Joe Biden utters the soundbyte: "But I want to take a moment to say it's not a time to panic about coronavirus, but coronavirus is a serious public health challenge"; on Mar. 12 the day after WHO declares coronavirus a pandemic, Biden repeats his admonishment not to panic, warning people not to "downplay" the virus; too bad, on Sept. 10 Trump-hating Watergate journalist Bob Woodward reveals a Mar. 19 interview with Pres. Trump in which he utters the soundbyte: "I always wanted to play it down. I still like playing it down because I don't want to create a panics", causing the anti-Trump to blast him and Biden to attack him while forgetting to mention his own history, and Trump to reply: "I don't want to create panic, as you say. And certainly, I'm not going to drive this country or the world into a frenzy. We want to show confidence. We want to show strength. We want to show strength as a nation. And that's what I've done,"; on Sept. 9 Anthony Fauci utters the soundbyte about Trump: "I don't think he ever distorted things"; on Sept. 10 Trump utters the soundbyte: "Bob Woodward had my quotes for many months. If he thought they were so bad or dangerous, why didn't he immediately report them in an effort to save lives?" Didn't he have an obligation to do so? No, because he knew they were good and proper answers. Calm, no panic!"

On Mar. 6, 2020 Pres. Trump announces that Mick Mulvaney will be replaced as White House chief of staff by U.S. Rep. (R-N.C.) Mark Meadows On Mar. 6 Pres. Trump signs an $8.3B bill to combat the coronavirus outbreak in the U.S. that has already killed 12 and infected 200+. On Mar. 8 after a war between the U.S. and Russia, the price of oil falls by more than 30%, causing a chain reaction; on Mar. 9 U.S. stocks crash at the starting bell, causing trading to be suspended, becoming the worst trading day in 12 years; on Mar. 20 stocks rally as Pres. Trump announces a payroll tax holiday to fight the economic impact of the coronavirus. On Mar. 9 Pres. Trump disses U.N. secy.-gen. Antonio Guterres for complaining that the U.N. is on the verge of going broke, tweeting the soundbyte: "So make all Member Countries pay, not just the United States!" On Mar. 11 after the number of U.S. deaths exceeds 1K, the U.N. World Health Org. (WHO) declares coronavirus a pandemic; after Utah Jazz center Rudy Gobert tests positive, the NBA suspends their season; the NCAA announces that its March Madness basketball tournament will be played sans fans; Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson come down with it in Australia; the U.S. Capitol suspends public tours; New York gov. Mario Cuomo announces a 1-mi. containment zone in New Rochelle along with a 2-week school shutdown; New York City cancels its St. Patrick's Day parade for the first time in 258 years; Google tells all 100K of its U.S. employees to work from home; Israel bans gatherings of 100+ people, while EL Al lays off 80% of its workforce; Iran frees 70K prisoners (except Americans) to stem the outbreak; in the eve. Pres. Trump speaks from the Oval Office, announcing economic aid along with a travel ban from Europe for 30 days, causing U.S. stocks to tumble 1,464.94 points, and trading to be suspended on Mar. 12; on Mar. 13 Trump declares a nat. emergency; by Mar. 14 every major U.S. sports league suspends games or spring training. On Mar. 14 Pres. Trump declares Mar. 15 a "Nat. Day of Prayer for All Americans Affected by the Coronavirus Pandemic and for our National Response Efforts". On Mar. 15 the U.S. Federal Reserve announces that it's slashing interesting rates to near-zero and buying billions of dollars in bonds to protect the U.S. economy from the infects of the Corona Beer Plague. On Mar. 17 Pres. Trump announces that his admin. is "going big" by sending checks to working Americans. On Mar. 20 the Trump admin. moves the income tax filing deadline from Apr. 15 to July 15. On Mar. 27 Pres. Trump signs the CARES (Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act) (introduced Jan. 24, 2019), providing $300B for direct payments of $1200 to most Americans, $260B for increased unemployment benefits, $350B (later $669B) for the creation of the Paycheck Protection Program, 500B for loans for corps., and $339.8B for state and local govts.

On Apr. 13, 2020 Pres. Trump gives a news conference, uttering the soundbyte: "I have the ultimate authority" to reopen states, pissing-off Dem. govs., with N.Y. Dem. gov. Andrew Cuomo saying that Trump isn't a king, causing Trump to back down after pleasing his base. On Apr. 20 Pres. Trump temporarily suspends all immigration to fight coronavirus and protect jobs, with the soundbyte "put unemployed Americans first in line", pissing-off the Dems., with House Dem. caucus chmn. Hakeem Jeffries (D-N.Y.) tweeting that Trump is the "xenophobe, in chief".

On May 7, 2020 a week after new evidence emerges that FBI agents deliberately tried to trap him and knew he wasn't guilty of a crime, the U.S. Dept. of Justice drops its charges against former U.S. nat. security adviser Gen. Michael Flynn as prosecutor Brandon Van Grack withdraws from the case, causing Pres. Trump to call the Obama admin. "human scum" for their "unprecedented" efforts to frame him on collusion with Russia; on May 11 2K former Dept. of Justice and FBI officials pub. an open letter calling for Barr to resign for his "extraordinarily rare, if not unprecedented" action for a friend of Pres. Trump. On May 16 Pres. Trump vows to end censorship by radical leftists on social media, tweeting the soundbyte: "The Radical Left is in total command & control of Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Google. The Administration is working to remedy this illegal situation." On May 26 Twitter fact-checks a tweet by Pres. Trump, becoming the first time ever, signalling a new era of leftist censorship. On May 31 amid more violent riots, after being forced to take shelter in his White House bunker on May 29, Pres. Trump announces plans to designate the violent leftist group Antifa as a terrorist org. despite it not being a foreign org.

On June 1, 2020 after threatening state governors to stamp out violence protesters or else he will deploy the U.S. military to do it for him, Pres. Trump orders police to drive back peaceful protesters near the White House with pepper spray and flash bangs in order to pose uninvited thumping a Bible before boarded-up St. John's Episcopal Church, causing its bishop Mariann Budde to diss him for inflaming violence, and Joe Biden to deliver a speech on June 2 at the city hall in Philly, uttering the soundbyte that Trump's "narcissism has become more important than the nation that he leads", calling for an end to systemic racism and economic inequality starting with "real police reform" incl. legislation outlawing choke holds; too bad, Trump holds the Bible upside-down?; after praying with First Lady Melania at St. John Paul II Shrine, Trump signs an executive order assigning $50M/year to advance religious freedom; the order really plays into the pope's hands and advances Chrislam?; on June 3 former secy. of defense James "Mad Dog" Mattis breaks his silence on Trump for the first time ever to diss him for his desire to call out the military on protesters without state governors requesting it first, with the soundbyte: "We are witnessing the consequences of three years without mature leadership"; on June 11 U.S. Army Gen. Mark Milley, chmn. of the Joint Chiefs of Staff breaks his silence, saying that he shouldn't have walked with Trump to the church. On June 4 The Lancet pub. a retraction of a May 22 study widely used by leftists to diss Pres. Trump for advocating hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) after its data was found to be fabricated by a sci-fi writer and a porno model; an hour later the New England Journal of Medicine retracts another study focused on blood pressure medications in COVID-19 that relies on data from the same co. On June 12 Pres. Trump finalizes a rule defining gender as a person's biological sex, reversing Pres. Obama's attempt to accomodate transgenders. On June 16 Pres. Trump signs an executive order on policing, avoiding Dem. proposals that "would render police departments ineffective", authorizing grants to help police depts. meet certification stds. on the use of force, create a nat. database of excessive force complaints, and encourage the involvement of mental health professionals to respond to non-violent cases such as addiction; meanwhile U.S. Sen. Repubs. led by S.C. Sen. Tim Scott, only black Repub. in the Senate, work on a police overhaul bill banning chokeholds and no-knock warrants to counter the more radical Dem. version. On June 18 the U.S. Supreme (Roberts) Court rules 5-4 in Dept. of Homeland Security v. Regents of the U. of Calif. (with Obama appointee John Roberts breaking the deadlock) to block the Trump admin. from keeping a campaign promise to rescind Pres. Obama's Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) without more deliberation, calling it arbitrary and capricious under the U.S. Admin. Procedure Act, esp. for failing to consider "hardship" for illegals, causing Trump to tweet the soundbyte: "These horrible & politically charged decisions coming out of the Supreme Court are shotgun blasts into the face of people that are proud to call themselves Republicans or Conservatives. We need more Justices or we will lose our 2nd. Amendment & everything else. Vote Trump 2020!" On June 20 after issuing the tweet on June 19: "Any protesters, anarchists, agitators, looters or lowlifes who are going to Oklahoma please understand, you will not be treated like you have been in New York, Seattle, or Minneapolis. It will be a much ifferent scene!", Pres. Trump holds a rally in Tulsa, Okla. (first since Mar. 2), holding back one day to avoid conflict with the black holiday of Juneteenth while ignoring references to the 1921 Tulsa Race Riots; too bad, despite announcing that he pre-sold 1M tickets, the arena is half-empty, but later it is revealed that hackers hoaxed Trump by buying fake tickets while leftists blocked entrances, plus there were 6.7M online viewers; Trump utters the soundbyte in Tulsa: "When you do testing to that extent, you're going to find more people. You're going to find more cases! So I said to my people, 'Slow the testing down, please!'", pissing-off the PC police and causing the White House on June 22 to claim that Trump was joking, only to see him tell the press "I don't kid", after which Dr. Anthony Fauci utters the soundbyte that the govt. is going to expand not slow down testing, and that he is concerned about the "disturbing surge" of new cases. On June 22 (eve.) leftist protesters in Washington, D.C. attempt to set up their own copycat Black House Autonomous Zone (BHAZ) and attempt to topple the statue of Andrew Jackin in Lafayette Park, telling the Nat. Guard: "All your ancestors are in Hell"; on June 23 (6:45 a.m.) Pres. Trump tweets the soundbyte: "There will never be an "Autonomous Zone" in Washington, D.C., as long as I'm your President. If they try they will be met with serious force!"; no surprise, leftist Tweetistan partially censors it. On June 24 Greater New York Black Lives head Hank Newsome gives an interview to Martha MacCallum on FNC, uttering the soundbyte that if America doesn't give them what they want, they "will burn down this system and replace it", causing Pres. Trump to call it "treason, sedition, insurrection". On June 26 (eve.) Pres. Trump signs an executive order protecting federal monuments by conditioning federal funding for state and local govts. on it.

On July 3, 2020 Pres. Trump speaks in front of Mount Rushmore, causing the Trump-hating PC press to call it a monument to white supremacy, and label him as a white supremacist, even though they were silent when Pres. Obama and socialist Bernie Sanders visited it; "Angry mobs are trying to tear down statues of our founders, deface our most sacred memorials, and unleash a wave of violent crime in our cities. These mobs are made up of Marxists, criminals and anarchists. Their cause is a cultural revolution. Their goal is not a better America. Their goal is the end of America"; "No movement that seeks to dismantle these treasured American legacies can possibly have a love of America at its heart"; "No person [Joe Biden] who remains quiet at the destruction of this resplendent heritage can possibly lead us to a better future"; "Today we pay tribute to the exceptional lives and extraordinary legacies of George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Abraham Lincoln, and Teddy Roosevelt. I am here as your president to proclaim before the country and before the world, this monument will never be desecrated, these heroes will never be defamed, their legacy will never ever be destroyed, their achievements will never be forgotten, and Mount Rushmore will stand forever as an eternal tribute to our forefathers and to our freedom." On July 3 a Yahoo News/YouGov Poll finds that 62% of Americans no longer agree with Pres. Reagan that the U.S. is a shining city on a hill; only 17% agree. On July 11 Pres. Trump visits Walter Reed Hospital in Washington, D.C., wearing a mask in public for the first time. On July 21 Pres. Trump signs an executive order directing the U.S. Census Bureau not to count illegal immigrants when awarding House of Reps seats based on state pops.

On Aug. 3, 2020 a Rasmussen Poll gives Pres. Trump a 51% approval rate, first time over 50% in over 5 mo., incl. 51% of black voters and 47% of white voters; meanwhile a Dem. Inst. Poll shows Trump leading challenger Joe Biden by 48% to 46%, and projected to win 309 electoral votes, more than in 2016. On Aug. 4 (6:08 p.m.) two massive explosions in Beirut, Lebanon kill 150+ and injure 4K+, causing $10B-$15B in property damage and leaving 300K homless; Hezbollah faces a U.N. tribunal verdict in Aug. 7 in relation to the 2005 assassination of PM Rafic Hariri; Pres. Trump draws fire for saying that some of general think the explosions were likely an "attack"; the explosions are blamed on an explosive cargo of 3K tons of ammonium nitrate seized from the abandoned Russian ship MV Rhosus seven years earlier hat they decided to store right on the dock; on Aug. 6 after it is revealed that the govt. knew about the explosives and did nothing, massive protests begin calling for the govt.'s removal, after which on Aug. 10 PM Hassan Diab announces the govt.'s resignation. On Aug. 4 Pres. Trump signs the 2020 U.S. Great Am. Outdoors Act, which will devote almost $3B/year to conservation projects, outdoor recreation, and maintenance of nat. parks et al. On Aug. 5 Fascistbook, er, Facebook deletes a post by Pres. Trump claiming that children are "almost immune" to COVID-19 and calling for schools to reopen. On Aug. 6 Pres. Trump signs an executive order banning transactions with Chinese-owned TikTok in 45 days, giving time for Microsoft to purchase it. On Aug. 10 (eve.) Pres. Trump is ushered out of a press briefing at the White House after a shooting near the White House, with the soundbyte: "Do I seem rattled?" On Aug. 13 Pres. Trump announces a "historic peace agreement" called the Abraham Accord between the UAE and Israel, who agree to normalize relations, pissing-off the Palestinians, who call it a betrayal even though Israel agreed to drop annexation of the West Bank, which wasn't realistic anyway? On Aug. 17-21 the virtual 2020 Dem. Nat Convention nominates Joe Biden and Kamala Harris: Michelle Obama delivers a taped message that is so old that she doesn't mention Kamala Harris; Hillary Clinton utters the soundbyte that this can't be another "woulda coulda shoulda" election; Pres. Obama calls Pres. Trump a reality show president who uses his office only to help himself , with the soundbyte "Trump hasn't grown into the job because he can't"; Kamala Harris calls Pres. Trump unfit for office; protesters are praised as peaceful, while the violent ones are ignored?; six Dem. cabinet secretaries give speeches at the Dem. convention, nullifying their later complaints that U.S. state secy. Mike Pompeo's speech at the Repub. convention violates the U.S. Hatch Act; about this time the antifa.com Web site is changed to redirect visitor to Joe Biden's campaign Web site. On Aug. 18 (100th anniv. of women's suffrage) after proclaiming Aug. as Nat. Suffrage Month, Pres. Trump pardons suffragist Susan B. Anthony for her 1870s conviction for voting while female. On Aug. 21 70+ former Repub. nat. security officials and congressmen incl. former DNI John Negroponte, former CIA-FBI dir. William Webster, former deputy secy. of state Richard Armitage, former U.S. Va. Repub. Sen. John Warner, and former U.S. secy. of defense Chuck Hagel pub. an open letter, with the ad blurb: "We are profoundly concerned about our nation's security and standing in the world under the leadership of Donald Trump. The President has demonstrated that he is dangerously unfit to serve another term", doing on to endorse Joe Biden. On Aug. 24-27 the 2020 Repub. Nat. Convention is a virtual one-man Trump show; on Aug. 26 Trump makes a surprise visit to Fort McHenry to help vice-pres. Mike Pence deliver his acceptance speech. on Aug. 27 Trump gives his acceptance speech in front of a crowd of 1.5K mainly maskless admirers at the South Lawn of the White House, posing himself as the titanic bulwark against the leftist chaos and disorder threatening the U.S., reducing rival Joe Biden to the size of peanut and portraying him as a puppet of the extreme left, a "Trojan Horse for Socialism", with the soundbytes: "Joe Biden is not the savior of America's soul. He is the destroyer of America's jobs, and if given the chance, he will be the destroyer of American greatness"; ""The cost of the Biden shutdown would be measured in increased drug overdoses, depression, alcohol addiction, suicides, heart attacks, economic devastation, job loss, and much more. Joe Biden's plan is not a solution to the virus, but rather, it's a surrender to the virus"; "If the radical Left takes power, they will apply their disastrous policies to every city, town, and suburb in America. Just imagine if the so-called peaceful demonstrators in the streets were in charge of every lever of power in the U.S. government"; "Your vote will decide whether we protect law-abiding Americans or whether we give free rein to violent anarchists, agitators, and criminals who threaten our citizens. And this election will decide whether we will defend the American way of life or whether we allow a radical movement to completely dismantle and destroy it"; hours earlier Biden and Kamala Harris accuse Trump of rooting for more violence in Kenosha, Wisc., blaming it on him instead of the Dems. who run Wisc., with Biden uttering the soundbyte: "He just keeps pouring fuel on the fire. He's encouraging this. He's not diminishing it at all. This is his America now. If you want to end where we are now, we've got to end his tenure as president." On Aug. 28 Carl Mueller, father of aid worker Kayla Mueller, who was kidnapped, raped, and killed by ISIS utters the soundbyte: "To this day, we've never heard from Joe Biden", contrasting him with Pres. Trump, whose "team gave us empathy we never received from the Obama administration." On Aug. 29 Antifa supporter Michael Reinoehl shoots and kills 39-y.-o. Trump supporter Aaron "Jay" Danielson in Portland, Ore., after which the FBI tracks him down and kill him in Wash. on Sept. 3 after he resists arrest, causing U.S. atty. gen. William Barr to utter the soundbyte: "The streets of our cities are safer with this violent agitator removed." On Aug. 30 after 95 days of violence, incl. the murder of a man wearing a Patriot Prayer hat and thin blue line patch on Aug. 29, Pres. Trump blames the violence in Portland, Ore. on Dem. Mayor Ted Wheeler, calling him a fool and adding "Bring in the National Guard!"; meanwhile on Aug. 31 Joe Biden (after 3 mo. of silence, failing to mention Black Lives Matter or Antifa by name?) accuses Trump of "recklessly encouraging violence" in Portland, attempting to claim the high ground by condemning "violence of every kind by anyone, whether on the left or the right"; too bad, on Sept. 1 Biden accuses the violent protesters of being "extremists and opportunists, right-wing militias... and nationalists", claiming that Trump has "no problem with right-wing militias, white supremacists, and vigilantes with assault weapons often better armed than the police", causing Trump campaign communications dir. Tim Murtaugh to reply that Biden "failed to condemn Antifa. He failed to condemn people who called the police a 'cancer' or people on his campaign staff who called them 'pigs'. He failed to apologize for his campaign staff donating to a fund which bailed violent criminals out of jail in Minneapolis", and former 2016 Trump campaign official Bryan Lanza to reply "We all know it's Antifa and BLM"; no surprise, Biden's and Kamala's campaigns have ties to the leftist Ford Foundation that funds violent street activists incl. the communist Workers World Party and the Defund the Police movement.

On Sept. 1, 2020 Pres. Trump visits riot-scarred Kenosha, Wisc., pissing-off Dems. and leftists, with state and local leaders objecting, uttering the soundbyte: "They just don't want us to come in. These governors don't want to call, and the mayors don't want to call", adding "They have to ask" if they want federal troops sent in. On Sept. 2 Dem. N.Y. Gov. Andrew Cuomo utters the soundbyte: "He can't come back to New York. He can't. He's going to walk down the street in New York? Forget bodyguards, he better have an army if he thinks he's going to walk down the street in New York." The Dems. can't run on their record so they decide to run on fake news about Trump? On Sept. 3 The Atlantic pub. the article Trump: Americans Who Died in War Are'Losers' and'Suckers' by ed.-in-chief Jeffrey Goldberg, which quotes four anon. sources who claim that Pres. Trump refused back in Nov. 18 to visit the Aisne-Marne U.S. military cemetery near Paris, France to commemorate fallen U.S. Marines, blaming rain that he worried would muss his squirrel-do on his head, with the soundbyte: "Why should I go to that cemetery? It's filled with losers", going to add: "Trump referred to the more than 1,800 Marines who lost their lives at Belleau Wood as 'suckers' for getting killed", causing Trump and his allies to vigorously deny the fake news, with Trump uttering the soundbyte that the report is "a disgraceful situation" by a "terrible magazine", "What animal would say such a thing?... "“It was a terrible thing that somebody could say the kind of things, and especially to me 'cause I've done more for the military than almost anyone anybody else"; none of which stops Joe Biden from dissing Trump on Sept. 4 ,with the soundbyte that "you know in your gut" that if his comments are true they are "deplorable", adding: "When my son volunteered to join the United States military as the attorney general, he went to Iraq for a year, won the Bronze Star and other commendations, he wasn't a sucker" and "The president should humbly apologize to every Gold Star mother and father, to every Blue Star family that he's denigrated.... Who the heck does he think he is?" ; on Sept. 8 Curtis Houck tweets the soundbyte: "This is a massive strawman from [ed.-in-chief] Jeffrey Goldberg. He dismisses the weather concerns from people like @AmbJohnBolton because the German chancellor and French president made it to the cemetery. This ignored the fact that security for the President is significantly higher than both"; on Sept. 9 Trump-hating former nat. security adviser (2018-9) John Bolton utters the soundbyte that Trump's policy "almost certainly" cost lives, and is an example of his tendency to make decisions solely on what "will affect him politically"; on Sept. 9 Biden attacks Trump on the issue again, claiming that 6,114 U.S. military have died from coronavirus, when the real figure is seven; on Sept. 6 U.S. Veteran Affairs Secy. Robert Wilkie utters the soundbyte: "I think the anonymous sources are the same people that brought you fake heart attacks, fake strokes, Russian collusion"; on Sept. 9 Trmp-hating former nat. security John Bolton utters the soundbyte that Trump's policy "almost certainly" cost lives, and is emblematic of Trump's tendency to make decisions solely on what "will affect him politically"; on Sept. 9 after the story comes ungled when the anon. sources won't reveal themselves, Atlantic ed.-in-chief Jeffrey Goldberg tries to weasel out of it, with the soundbyte: "This is about a sub-issue, about whether or not Trump wanted to go to the cemetery [Aisne-Marne] that day or didn't want to go to the cemetery that day. I think this is not the main issue." On Sept. 4 White House OMB dir. Russell Vought announces that Pres. Trump ordered him to ensure that federal agencies don't teach anti-white critical race theory incl. the theory of white privilege, "or any other training or propaganda effort that teaches or suggests either (1) that the United States is an inherently racist or evil country or (2) that any race or ethnicity is inherently racist or evil"; on Sept. 6 Pres. Trump tweets the soundbyte that the U.S. Dept. of Education is looking at the 1619 Project, and that public schools teaching it "will not be funded", pissing-off leftists incl. Ida Bae Wells, who tweets the soundbyte: "Do these concerns about cancel culture and McCarthyism and censorship only apply to the left or do they apply to the POTUS threatening to investigate schools for teaching American journalism? Silence is deafening here" - the silence of deplatformed conservatives is even more deafening? On Sept. 8 Pres. Trump holds a rally in Winston-Salem, N.C., uttering the soundbyte that Dem. govs. in NC., Mich., and N.Y. are continuing to impose coronavirus lockdown orders for political reasons. On Sept. 9 Pres. Trump is nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize for normalizing relations between Israel and the UAE, pissing-off leftists, who are mostly anti-Israel; meanwhile USMC Gen. Frank McKenzie announces that the U.S. will withdraw 2.2K U.S. troops from Iraq in Sept. to fulfill a Trump campaign pledge. On Sept. 9 Pres. Trump announces a list of 20 more potential conservative Repub. U.S. Supreme Court appointees that he will appoint after being elected again, like he did in May 2016, incl. former pres. candidate Tex. Sen. Ted Cruz, mocking Joe Biden for not doing ditto; Joe Biden, with the soundbyte: "Joe Biden has refused to release his list, perhaps because he knows the names are so extremely far left that they could never withstand public scrutiny or receive acceptance", challenging him to do it so that the public could “properly make a decision as to how they will vote.” On Sept. 9 Pres. Trump holds a campaign rally in Winston-Salem N.C., blasting "Lunchbucket Joe" as no friend of the working class, calling him a "globalist sellout who spent his career laying waste to American communities", adding: "Joe Biden's agenda is made in China. My agenda is made in the U.S.A."; meanwhile Joe Biden gives a speech at a union hall in Mich., with the soundbyte: "“Donald Trump doesn't understand what it means to serve something bigger than yourself. He doesn't understand duty, honor, country. He lives by a different code: Lies, selfishness, greed. Yes, Donald Trump and I have a pretty different philosophy when it comes to giving our word. Mine means something. When I tell the American people I am going to do something, I follow through"; in the eve. Biden sends out two tweets, with the soundbytes: “I promise you that if I am elected, I'll always tell you the truth. I'll listen to the experts and do everything I can to contain this virus. And I'll always put your health and safety first - no matter the political cost", and "You deserve a president who tells you the truth." On Sept. 11 Pres. Trump speaks at the United Flight 93 memorial site in Shanksville, Penn., with the soundbytes: "The heroes of Flight 93 are an everlasting reminder that no matter the danger, no matter the threat, no matter the odds, America will always rise up, stand tall and fight back", and "Our sacred task, our righteous duty, and our solemn pledge is to carry forward the noble legacy of the brave souls who gave their lives for us 19 years ago. In their memory, we resolve to stand united as one American nation, to defend our freedoms, to uphold our values, to love our neighbors, to cherish our country, to care for our communities, to honor our heroes, and to never, ever forget." On Sept. 11 Pres. Trump announces a peace deal between Israel and Bahrain, becoming the 2nd Israeli-Arab peace deal in 30 days; meanwhile Trump is nominated for a second Nobel Prize for his work in Kosovo and Serbia. On Sept. 13 (night) Pres. Trump holds a rally in Henderson, Nev., pissing-off Dem. Nev. gov. Steve Sisolak for violating his 50 person max per gathering policy. On Sept. 14 Pres. Trump and challenger Joe Biden spar on reasons for the big wildfires in Calif., with Trump blaming poor forest mgt. and Biden blaming climate change, calling Trump a "climate denier" and "climate arsonist", claiming that the fires foreshadow an "unending barrage of tragedies", with the soundbyte: "It's clear we are not safe in Donald Trump's America", causing climate skeptic meteorologist Ryan Maue to tweet the soundbyte: "Shameless but it's their political strategy to blame Trump for all natural disasters, past, present, and future"; Trump also utters the soundbyte: "It'll just start getting cooler, you just watch", pissing-off Calif. leftist environmentalist Wade Crowfoot (1973-), who tells him "I wish science agreed with you", causing him to reply: "Well, I don't think science knows, actually"; Trump is right that environmentalists not climate change caused the super-sized wildfires?; Trump is right that the jury is still out about a coming mini-ice age caused by a Grand Solar Minimum? On Sept. 15 a Rasmussen Poll gives Pres. Trump a 47%-46% lead over Joe Biden. On Sept. 15 former Repub. strategist (asst. secy. of public affairs at the U.S. Dept. of HHS) Michael Caputo utters the soundbyte on his Facebook page that left-wing groups are preparing an armed revolt after Pres. Trump wins reelection, accusing govt. scientists at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention of sedition for harboring a resistance unit determined to undermine Trump, pissing-off the PC press, who call him nuts and call for him to resign even though Hillary Clinton already called on Dems. to never accept a Trump V. On Sept. 15 (eve.) worrying bout polls showing Trump ahead by 50%-46%, Joe Biden attends a Hispanic Heritage Month event in Kissimmee, Fla., and panders to them by playing Luis Fonsi's super-popular 2017 song "Despacito" (Sp. for slowly) on his smartphone; watch video. On Sept. 16 black Hollyweird comedian Chris Rock gives an interview to the New York Times, uttering the soundbyte that the Dems. are responsible for the spread of the coronavirus because they "let the pandemic come in" while busying themselves with the unsuccessful impeachment of Pres. Trump. On Sept. 17 (Constitution Day) Pres. Trump speaks at the White House Conference on Am. History at the Nat. Archives in Washington, D.C., uttering the soundbyte: "The left has launched a vicious and violent assault on law enforcement, the universal symbol of the rule of law in America. These radicals have been aided and abetted by liberal politicians, establishment media, and even large corporations. Whether it is the mob on the street, or the cancel culture in the boardroom, the goal is the same: to silence dissent, to scare you out of speaking the truth, and to bully Americans into abandoning their values, their heritage, and their very way of life. We are here today to declare that we will never submit to tyranny. We will reclaim our history and our country for citizens of every race, color, religion, and creed"; Trump adds that the radical left wants to “burn down the principles enshrined in our founding documents, including the bedrock principle of equal justice under law”; "In order to radically transform America, they must first cause Americans to lose confidence in who we are, where we came from, and what we believe. As I said at Mount Rushmore - which they would love to rip down and rip it down fast, and that's never going to happen - two months ago, the left-wing cultural revolution is designed to overthrow the American Revolution"; Trump adds the soundbyte: "Our mission is to defend the legacy of America's founding, the virtue of America's heroes, and the nobility of the American character. We must clear away the twisted web of lies in our schools and classrooms, and teach our children the magnificent truth about our country. We want our sons and daughters to know that they are the citizens of the most exceptional nation in the history of the world"; Trump goes on to accuse the radical left of trying to impose "a new segregation", with the soundbyte: "The left is attempting to destroy that beautiful vision and divide Americans by race in the service of political power. By viewing every issue through the lens of race, they want to impose a new segregation, and we must not allow that to happen"; "Critical race theory, the 1619 Project, and the crusade against American history is toxic propaganda, ideological poison that, if not removed, will dissolve the civic bonds that tie us together. It will destroy our country. That is why I recently banned trainings in this prejudiced ideology from the federal government and banned it in the strongest manner possible," On Sept. 17 (night) Joe Biden holds a town hall meeting in Penn., and answers the question "What is your plan to get Americans back to work and off the government payroll?" with the soundbyte: "I won't bore you with the details, but if I get your name, we'll send you the material"; he also utters the soundbyte about Pres. Trump: "Imagine had he at the State of the Union stood up and said - when back in January I wrote an article for USA Today saying we've got a pandem - we've got a real problem. Imagine if he had said something. How many more people would be alive?"; too bad, in his Feb. 4, 2020 State of the Union address, Trump uttered the soundbyte: "Protecting Americans' health also means fighting infectious diseases. We are coordinating with the Chinese government and working closely together on the coronavirus outbreak in China. My administration will take all necessary steps to safeguard our citizens from this threat"; on Jan. 27 Biden pub. an op-ed in USA Today claiming that the Trump admin.'s public health policies have left the U.S. "unprepared for a dangerous epidemic that will come sooner or later"; too bad, Biden doesn't mention the coronavirus epidemic in Dem. pres. debates in Manchester, N.Y. on Feb. 7 and Las Vegas, Nev. on Feb. 19, and on Feb. 25 in Charleston, S.C. he criticizes Trump's policies in gen. vague terms again and opines that he would ask China to admit U.S. experts, not realizing that they arrived eight days earlier. On Sept. 18 (beginning of Rosh Hashanah) U.S. Supreme Court justice (since Aug. 10, 1993) Ruth Bader Ginsburg (nee Joan Ruth Bader) (b. 1933) dies of pancreatic cancer, giving Pres. Trump an opportunity to appoint a 3rd Supreme Court justice, throwing the Dems. into a panic, causing Joe Biden on Sept. 20 to give a speech warning Trump and Senate majority leader (R-Ky.) Mitch McConnell to not "abuse" their power by doing their constitutional duty to nominate and vote on a replacement this session, although he argued the opposite in 2016 when it came to Pres. Obama's nomination of Merrick Garland; since their double-talking doesn't work, they resort to trying to get Senate Repubs. to defect and to threats of packing the Supreme Court if Biden wins with a Dem. Senate majority. On Sept. 22 Pres. Trump issues an Executive Order on Combating Race and Sex Stereotyping, banning the use of the terms "white privilege", "critical race theory", "intersectionality", "systemic racism", and "unconscious bias" from any training materials used by institutions receiving federal aid, pissing-off the woke PC crowd, like everything Trump does? On Sept. 25 Pres. Trump speaks at a Latinos for Trump roundtable in Doral, Fla., bragging about support from Latinos in building the U.S.-Mexico Wall, and uttering the soundbyte: " I'm like a wall. We're building the wall on the southern border. It is almost complete. I'm like a wall between the American dream - I'll say this because it sounds nice, but it is true... - I'm a wall between the American dream and chaos and a horror show. It would be very bad, very bad." On Sept. 25 Pres. Trump utters the soundbyte that millions of black Americans are returning to the Repub. Party, while Dems. incl. Joe Biden take "black voters for granted". On Sept. 26 Pres. Trump nominates New Orleans, La.-born conservative Roman Catholic federal appeals court judge (since Nov. 2, 2017) Amy Vivian Coney Barrett (1972-) to the U.S. Supreme Court. On Sept. 27 Pres. Trump calls on Joe Biden to submit to a drug test before their first debate, claiming that he noticed a sudden improvement in Biden's performance in the Dem. primary debates in 2016. On Sept. 28 Russian pres. Vladimir Putin proposes that Russia and the U.S. sign a pact pledging not to interfere with each other's elections. On Sept. 28 Pres. Trump receives his 3rd nomination for the Nobel Peace Prize for his Trump Doctrine of ending his country's endless wars and for the Abraham Accord in the Middle East; the first nomination was from a member of the Norwegian Parliament, the 2nd from a member of the Swedish Parliament, and the 3rd from Australian law professors.

On Sept. 29, 2020 the First Trump-Biden U.S. Pres. Debate at Case Western U. in Cleveland, Ohio, moderated by Trump-hating Chris Wallace degenerates into a big time wrestling match, with Trump coming out aggressively and frequently interrupting Biden, whom he dragged down to his level, getting him to tell Trump to "shut up, man" and calling Trump a "clown"; Trump's base goes wild with delight, while no surprise, the leftist PC press tries to characterize Trump as a Hitler; Biden seems alert and on point, dismissing the rumors of senility; too bad, after Trump tries to pin him down on being a puppet, Biden disses Bernie Sanders and the radical left, claiming "The party is me. Right now I am the Democratic Party", and "I don't support the Green New Deal" even though he supports it on his Web site, and his running mate Kamala Harris co-sponsored the Senate version; he also claims "I'm totally opposed to defunding the police officers" and "The violence should be prosecuted", causing Trump to keep saying that he "just lost the left"; after Trump accuses him of supporting socialized medicine, Biden also utters the soundbyte: "The fact of the matter is I beat Bernie Sanders"; Hillary Clinton tweets the soundbyte: "'Will you shut up, man' is the line of the night." Watch video; watch video.

On Oct. 1, 2020 Pres. Trump gives an interview to Sean Hannity on Fox News, uttering the soundbyte that if the Dems. win control of the U.S. federal govt. in Nov., "You're going to end up having a one-party system in the United States." On Oct. 1 a Rasmussen Poll finds that 43% of voters under age 40 think that Pres. Trump won the debate, vs. 36% for Biden; the 40-64 and 65+ age groups think that Biden won. On Oct. 2 (1:00 a.m.) Pres. Trump announces that he and First Lady Melania Trump have tested positive for COVID-19 after contracting it from Trump advisor Hope Hicks, and are going into quarantine, making all his pooh-poohing of the coronavirus epidemic seem like the joke's on him, with the New York Times pub. the soundbyte: "The president's result came after he spent months playing down the severity of the outbreak that has killed more than 207,000 in the United States and hours after insisting that 'the end of the pandemic is in sight'"; later in the day after being given HCQ, er, Remdesivir and Regeneron, Trump goes to Walter Reed Military Hospital "out of an abundance of caution", while some Dems. openly celebrate his plight; Joe Biden issues a sympathetic statement and cancels all negative Trump ads, but strangely doesn't campaign while Trump's in the hospital, which he leaves on Oct. 5 (eve.); watch video; watch video. On Oct. 6 Pres. Trump tweets the soundbyte: "I have instructed my representatives to stop negotiating until after the election when, immediately after I win, we will pass a major Stimulus Bill focuses [sic] on hardworking Americans and Small Business", causing the Down, er, Dow Jones Industrial Avg. to plummet by 600 points; after criticism, he partially walks it back, demanding stimulus checks for Americans, causing the stock market to rebound. On Oct. 7 (7:00 p.m. MDT) U.S. vice-pres. Mike Pence and Kamala Harris hold a live debate at the U. of Utah in Salt Lake City, moderated by Susan Page; Harris keeps dodging Pence's pointed questions, laying out the facts for her only to see her stonewall and duck them; Pence utters the soundbyte: "Joe Biden and Kamala Harris want to raise taxes, they want to bury our economy under a $2 trillion Green New Deal. They want to abolish fossil fuels and ban fracking, which would cost hundreds of thousands of American jobs all across the heartland, and Joe Biden wants to go back to economic surrender to China." On Oct. 9 U.S. Treasury secy. Steve Mnuchin announces new sanctions on 18 Iranian banks "until Iran stops its support of terrorist activities and ends its nuclear programs." On Oct. 12 Pres. Trump makes his first post-COVID-19 diagnosis campaign trip to Fla., dissing Joe Biden for forgetting Sen. Mitt Romney's name, and tweeting that he is running for the Senate, even getting the state he's in wrong, saying that the leaders of China, North Korea, and Russia have "100% sharp minds" while Biden's is not even 60%. On Oct. 14 the Hunter Biden Email Bombshell news story is broken by Peter Schweizer of the New York Post, revealing that a repair shop owner in Wilmington, Del. surrendered a laptop with a hard drive deposited with him by Hunter Biden that contains 26K emails revealing that Joe Biden lied about never meeting with top Burisma official Vadym Pozharskyi in 2015, and was introduced a year before he pressured Ukrainian govt. officials into firing a prosecutor who was investigating the co.; no surprise, the Trump-hating leftist Big Tech Web sites Facebook, Twitter, and Wikipedia try to suppress the story, even locking the Trump campaign Twitter account; on Oct. 22 50+ Trump-hating former U.S. intel officials incl. John Brennan and James Clapper release a statement calling the Hunter Biden email Russian disinfo., causing U.S. Rep. (R-Ohio) Jim Jordan to utter the soundbyte: "How can it be disinformation? We have the drop slip Hunter Biden signed. We have John Ratcliffe and the FBI saying it's not Russian disinformation. We have an eye witness saying the emails are real. We have an eye witness who says the big guy in one of the emails in fact refers to Joe Biden and that same eye witness met with Joe Biden about this whole subject area... Remember, these are the same people, the same 50 people who signed this letter are the same people who said the fake dossier is real. Now they'[re saying the real laptop, the real emails are fake." On Oct. 22 Trump-hating former CIA Dir. John Brennan begins issuing a series of tweets claiming that "climate change is the most urgent national & international security threat we face", and urging Americans to vote for leftist New Deal-friendly Dem. pres. candidate Joe Biden on Nov. 3. On Oct. 22 the 2nd (last) Trump-Biden U.S. Pres. Debate at Belmont U. in Nashville, Tenn., moderated by liberal Kristen Welker, who turns off the microphone of each candidate to let the other speak sees Pres. Trump act presidential and rehearsed, scoring mucho points on Biden, starting with the soundbyte: "You're a corrupt politician. Where'd you get all the money that you have? 47 years you've been there, and now you've got the stink of this corruption charge and how did your son make the money in China? How did you son make the money in Ukraine? Is that really his laptop? What’s going to happen from here on in?’", causing Biden to reply: "I have not taken a penny from any foreign source ever in my life" (but not mentioning how much his sons took?); Biden blasts Trump for his handling of the coronavirus threat, but raises eyebrows with the assertion that Americans "are in for a dark winter"; Biden calls climate change "an existential threat", and utters the soundbyte: "We have to move toward a net-zero emissions. The first place to do that by the year 2035 is in energy production, by 2050 totally"; when asked by Trump "Would you close down the oil industry?" Biden replies: "I would transition from the oil industry, yes. The oil industry pollutes, significantly... has to be replaced by renewable energy, over time", causing Trump to reply: "That's maybe the biggest statement in terms of business, that’s the biggest statement, because basically what he's saying is he's going to destroy the oil industry. Will you remember that, Texas? Will you remember that, Pennsylvania, Oklahoma, Ohio?"; when asked why he flip-flopped on fracking, claiming that he made repeated pledges during his nomination campaign to ban it but lied to win fracking capital Penn., Biden utters the soundbyte: "I never said I oppose fracking. Show the tape", later admitting that he opposes fracking on federal land, disassociating himself from Bernie Sanders but not mentioning his support for the Unity Task Force of Bernie Sanders and AOC; Biden later softens his stance on fossil fuels by claiming that he wants to transition workers to implementing carbon capture, pissing-off leftist environmentalists who want to end fossil fuel ASAP; on Oct. 23 Trump hosts a video showing Biden repeatedly opposing fracking, but calling for it to be phased-out without explicitly stating that he wants it banned outright?; on Oct. 24 Biden gives an interview to former Obama advisor Dan Pfeiffer on Pod Save America, with the soundbytes about climate change: "It's the number one issue facing humanity, and it's the number one issue for me"; "Climate change is the existential threat to humanity. Unchecked, it is going to actually bake this planet. This is not hyperbole. It's real. And we have a moral obligation"; "It's going to create millions of jobs... We can't be cavalier about the impact it's going to have on how we're going to transition to do all this. But I just think it's a gigantic opportunity, a gigantic opportunity to create really good jobs"; too bad, he also utters the soundbyte: "We have put together... the most extensive and inclusive voter fraud organization in the history of American politics"; on Oct. 31 Trump signs an executive order to protect the fracking industry; watch video. On Oct. 28 Pres. Trump signs an executive order declaring a nat. emergency in the mining industry aimed at boosting production of rare earth minerals critical for the military while reducing U.S. dependence on China. On Oct. 28 Pres. Trump holds a rally in Bullhead City, Arizona, mocking coronavirus lockdowns, with the soundbyte: "If you vote for Joe Biden it means no kids in school, no graduations, no weddings, no thanksgiving, no Christmas, and no Fourth of July together. Other than that you'll have a wonderful life. Can't see anybody, but that's alright", calling the upcoming election "a choice between a Trump super-recovery and a Biden depression"; Biden responds from his basement in Wilmington, Del., with the soundbytes that Trump is insulting the victims, and that he will not campaign "on the false promises of being able to end this pandemic by flipping a switch". On Oct. 29 the Trump admin. announces a requirement for insurers to inform consumers of the actual prices for common tests and procedures upfront.

On Nov. 1, 2020 the Trump admin. signs an agreement between Sudan and Israel to exchange full diplomatic relations, becoming Trump's 3rd Middle East agreement in 2 mo. On Nov. 3 (Tues.) the 2020 U.S. Pres. Election (59th) is a mess like Pres. Trump predicted, with no winner announced by Nov. 4, after Dem.-run states stopped counting votes where Trump was in the lead, and the Trump-hating PC networks declared Ariz. for Biden before all the votes were counted, causing Trump to utter the soundbyte: "We were getting ready to win this election. Frankly, we did win this election. This is a raging fraud on our nation. This is a fraud on the American public", indicating that he will go to the courts; on Nov. 4 Trump's initial election night big leads start shrinking as Biden mail-in ballots begin appearing, causing his leads to flip to Biden; on Nov. 6 after Trump's big lead in Ga. flips, Ga. secy. of state Brad Raffensperger announces a recount; Biden loses Ohio by 8.2%, becoming the first since JFK in 1960, making it seem suspicious that Biden won the presidency?; the CIA-developed Dominion (Project Hammer) (Operation Scorecard) software was used by the Dems. to intercept voting machines and switch Trump votes to Biden votes? On Nov. 4 (day after the 2020 U.S. pres. election) the U.S. officially withdraws from the Paris climate agreement. On Nov. 5 (eve.) Pres. Trump gives a speech from the White House alleging evidence of massive voter fraud in the Nov. 3 U.S. pres. election, with the soundbyte: "If you count the legal votes, I easily win. If you count the illegal votes, they can try to steal the election from us", causing the PC media incl. NBC-TV, MSNBC, CNN, and NPR to cut him off in mid-speech. On Nov. 6 as the U.S. pres. election ballot counts drag on and Pres. Trump's leads in several states turns to deficits, Trump issues the soundbyte: "We believe the American people deserve to have full transparency into all vote counting and election certification, and that this is no longer about any single election, this is about the integrity of our entire election process. From the beginning we have said that all legal ballots must be counted and all illegal ballots should not be counted, yet we have met resistance to this basic principle by Democrats at every turn. We will pursue this process through every aspect of the law to guarantee that the American people have confidence in our government. I will never give up fighting for you and our nation." On Nov. 7 (noon) the AP, NBC-TV, MSNBC-TV, and Fox News call the U.S. pres. election for Joe Biden and Kamala Harris; Trump vows to fight on. On Nov. 9 Am. drug co. Pfizer and its German partner BioNTech SE announce their new COVID-19 vaccine, claiming 90% effectiveness and that they can produce 50M doses this year (enough for 25M people), and 1.3B doses in 2021 - too late to bolster Trump's reelection? On Nov. 10 after Penn. postal worker Richard Hopkins claims that postal employees were ordered to backdate ballots mailed after election day, causing U.S. Sen. (R-S.C.) Lindsey Graham to send a letter to requesting a federal investigation, U.S. atty. gen. William Barr authorizes the U.S. Dept. of Justice to look into allegations of voting irregularities, but only "substantial" ones; his action pisses-off Richard Pilger, dir. of the Justice Dept. branch that prosecutes election crimes, causing him to resign; meanwhile U.S. secy. of state Mike Pompeo utters the soundbyte: "There will be a smooth transition to a second Trump administration." On Nov. 14 (Sat.) the Million MAGA March in Washington, D.C. features Pres. Trump driving down Penn. Ave. in a Secret Service motorcade while waving to demonstrators en route to Trump Nat. Gulf Club NW of Washington, D.C.; too bad, anti-Trump demonstrators attack pro-Trump demonstrators while leaving. Release the Kraken? On Nov. 19 Pres. Trump's attys. Rudy Giuliani and Sidney Powell give a 1-3/4 hour press conference in Washington, D.C. describing "a massive fraud" by Dems. in the U.S. pres. election to give the V to Biden via a global Marxist-backed conspiracy to inject and change votes using the Venezuelan-built Dominion computer system, with Powell uttering the soundbyte: "The entire election, frankly, in all the swing states should be overturned and the legislatures should make sure that the electors are selected for Trump", pissing-off the Trump-hating media, who try to blacken their names but won't discuss the evidence; too bad, on Nov. 22 after Powell repeatedly refuses to show any evidence of her claims, Pres. Trump cuts her loose.

On Dec. 2, 2020 Pres. Trump delivers his 46-min. "Most important speech I've ever made", complaining of massive U.S. pres. election fraud by the Dems. that he can't prove in court yet, starting with the soundbyte: "I want to provide an update on our ongoing efforts to expose the tremendous voter fraud and irregularities which took place during the ridiculously long November 3rd elections. We used to have what was called election day. Now we have election days, weeks, and months, and lots of bad things happened during this ridiculous period of time, especially when you have to prove almost nothing to exercise our greatest privilege, the right to vote. As President, I have no higher duty to defend the laws and the Constitution of the United States. That is why I am determined to protect our election system, which is now under coordinated assault and siege", and ending with the soundbyte: "This isn't just about ensuring the integrity of the election for the 74 million Americans who voted for me." On Dec. 10 Pres. Trump announces a peace deal between Israel and Morocco, becoming Trump's 4th Middle East peace deal. On Dec. 11 the U.S. Supreme (Roberts) Court rules 7-2 to throw out the Tex. lawsuit contesting the constitutionality of U.S. pres. elections in Ga., Penn., Mich. and Wash., wimping out with a claim of no standing when they have original jurisdiction; 17 states and 106 U.S. Repub. House members joined the suit; the dissenters are Clarence Thomas and Samuel Alito, who writes the soundbyte: "In my view, we do not have discretion to deny the filing of a bill of complaint in a case that falls within our original jurisdiction"; Pres. Trump, who joined the lawsuit tweets the soundbytes: "It is a legal disgrace, an embarrassment to the USA!!!" and "This is a great and disgraceful miscarriage of justice. The people of the United States were cheated, and our Country disgraced. Never even given our day in Court!"; Tex. Repub. get so pissed-off that they suggest secession, with the soundbyte: "The Supreme Court, in tossing the Texas lawsuit that was joined by seventeen states and 106 U.S. congressmen, have decreed that a state can take unconstitutional actions and violate its own election law, resulting in damaging effects on other states that abide by the law, while the guilty state suffers no consequences. This decision establishes a precedent that says states can violate the U.S. constitution and not be held accountable. This decision will have far reaching ramifications for the future of our constitutional republic. Perhaps law-abiding states should bond together and form a Union of states that will abide by the constitution." On Dec. 14 U.S. Atty. Gen. William Barr resigns, his resignation letter contains the soundbyte that Pres. Trump's "record is all the more historic" because he accomplished it "in the face of relentless, implacable resistance", with the lowest point being the "effort to cripple, if not oust" the administration with "frenzied and baseless accusations of collusion with Russia"; ; meanwhile the Electoral College elects Joe Biden as U.S. pres. by 306-232 electoral votes. On Dec. 20 the Trump campaign files with the U.S. Supreme Court over the Penn. election results, seeking to have them overturned. On Dec. 21 after support by both parties, the U.S. Congress finally passes its 5,593-page U.S. 2021 Consolidated Appropriations Act, which combines a $893B coronavirus stimulus relief with a $1.4T omnibus spending bill for the 2021 federal fiscal year, preventing a govt. shutdown, becoming the largest U.S. federal spending measure ever enacted (vs. $2.2T for the Mar. CARES Act); it gives Americans a measly $600 stimulus check while sending millions and billions overseas, plus $1.8K to illegal immigrants and more millions and billions to special interest groups, causing Pres. Trump to go on TV cryptically threatening to veto it if they don't raise it to $2K, with the soundbyte: "Give the people $2000, not $600. They have suffered enough"; ; Nancy and Pelosi immediately tweet support, becoming a first?; on Dec. 26 unemployment benefits end; on Dec. 27 after vice-pres. Pence calls on him to sign it, he folds and signs it, and it is passed to the Senate, where Socialist Dem. Sen. Bernie Sanders threatens to block the vote to override Trump's veto on the $740B defense spending bill until it rubber-stamps it. On Dec. 25 the Christmas Day 2020 Nashville, Tenn. Bombing sees 5G-hating 63-y.-o. Anthony Warner commit suicide in a van parked in front of the AT&T HQ, injuring three and damaging 41 businesses, disrupting 911 services in Tenn., Ala., and Ky. On Dec. 28 the U.S. House of Reps votes 275-134 to raise stimulus checks from $600 to $2000; it also votes 322-87 to override Pres. Trump's veto of the $740B Nat. Defense Authorization Act.

All along, in his public speeches The Donald seems to strangely channel El Duce Mussolini, founder of Fascism. Not really, he channels Curly in the 1940 Three Stooges flick "You Natzy Spy" :)

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