The Violent Left

On April 18, 2019 the Deep State Report on President Trump came out and the violent left is still trying to divide our country.

On April 18, 2019 the Deep State Report on President Trump came out and the violent left is still trying to divide our country.
Fear of imprisonment has got to be on their minds. The loudest people from our intelligence community that failed at their coup are responsible for the Arab Spring along with Hillary and Obama.
They don't want the border wall.
If they don't want a wall, they should be investigated for their connections to Mexican cartels.
The cartels take in between $19 to $29 billion annually from the U.S.
A Colombian drug trafficker made the revelation about the alleged bribe to Enrique Pena Nieto during an ongoing trial.
Pelosi, Vicente Fox plot to defeat Trump, Mexican calls Trump voters lazy drunks.
On a media tour to promote an anti-Trump, “compassionate, intelligent leadership” agenda, he said that he met with Pelosi at the airport in Mexico City and discussed ways he can help convince Latin American immigrants in the United States to reject Trump.
“What I’ve been saying here, I told her. Count with us, with all Mexicans, to support the Democratic Party because you’ve done much better with us than the Republican Party,” he said.
Many of our schools have a high percentage of illegal aliens or are the children of illegal aliens. We can't have a united America if so many people live in fear of being deported. The left wants a divided America.
Ocasio Cortez said there are 150 languages spoken in her district. In a slip of the tongue she said illegal aliens elected her.
Many illegal aliens are the poorest people in our country. With very little schooling and no marketable skills they are easy prey for the socialists and globalists. This global warming alarmism is a scheme to force people out of their cars and into high density cluster homes where the wealthier pay the rents of the poor.
There are many laws that make illegal aliens deportable but they are often rendered useless by any number of single judges or a few in the 9th Circuit.
Judges and politicians that hinder our immigration laws should be investigated for bribes from the cartels.
Obama, Hillary, and Brennan Killed 500,000 Syrians
We invaded Afghanistan on October 7, 2001 and are still fighting alongside their government.
The Iraq War started with us invading them in 2003 and ended in December 2011. There were an estimated 700 al Qaeda still in Iraq.
We returned to help Iraq's government in 2014 and remain there.
In 2011 there was very little violence in Tunisia, Egypt, Libya and Syria.
So the Obama administration decided to create some violence and then back the rebels.
 Before Obama
I think that our news media and Democrats are trying to overthrow our country.
I think that the Obama administration relied heavily on the news media to agitate the world's young and ill-informed.
I think that Wikileaks' Julian Assange did nothing more than disseminate leaked information the same as our mainstream news agencies publish leaked information from politicians and our intelligence community. I consider Wikileaks emails as being authentic.
The division in our country and hatred for our President are orchestrated by Democrats and the news media.
Ten years after we invaded Iraq, in 2011 the Arab Spring started civil wars in Tunisia, Egypt, Libya and Syria.
These wars were unrelated to the Iraq and Afghanistan wars.
I think the Arab Spring was started by the Obama administration and news media and they killed over 500,000 people and made 5 million Syrian refugees.
Hillary Clinton addresses the Alliance of Youth Movement.
Published on Oct 16, 2009
The Obama administration sponsored a seminar to tell young people from all over the world how to use social media to create peaceful protests. This is before the Arab Spring.
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton records a video message for participants of the Alliance of Youth Movements Summit in Mexico City, Mexico October 16, 2009.
I want to congratulate all of you that have come to Mexico City in person and online to be part of this ground breaking summit. You are the vanguard of a rising generation of citizen activists who are using the latest technological tools to catalyze change, build a movement and transform lives and I hope this conference provides an opportunity for you to learn from each other and discover the tools and techniques that will open new doors for activism and empowerment when you return home.
All over the world young people like you are driving progress. In Columbia two young college graduates fed up with violence in their country used Facebook to organize 14 million people into the largest anti-terrorism demonstration in history. In Iran we saw young people using Twitter and Youtube to communicate with each other and the world. Despite a government crackdown designed to keep them quiet. In India a 14 year old high school student from Mumbai used social networking to link together half a million people that sought solidarity and support in the aftermath of the November 2008 terrorist attack.
You have all traveled … paths to get here today, you come from different cultures and countries and speak different languages but you all share a common commitment to engaging with the world using every tool at your disposal to bring people together to solve problems. And that makes you the kind of leader we need.
As we work to meet the challenges and seize the opportunities of the 21century, government can't do it alone, citizens organizations, businesses, universities everyone with a stake in our shared future must take responsibilities for shaping it. That's what we call 21st century statecraft. So thank you for being on the front line of progress and I can't wait to see what all of you do next.
2/24/2017 Hillary to Democrats
Let resistance plus persistence equal progress
Hello Democrats! Thank you all for coming together to represent our party at its best. United, energized and ready to wage and win the battles ahead. Now as Democrats we have diverse views and backgrounds, we are Democrats after all. But we're bound together by the values and hopes we share for our country. 
I'm grateful for all your support and hard work during the election. Being your candidate was an honor of a lifetime. And I was inspired to see women and men from all walks of life and every corner of our country coming together on behalf of our shared values. And while we didn't get the outcome we worked so hard for, I'll always be proud of the campaign we ran, a campaign that was better and stronger thanks to each of you. 
After the primaries we came together as a primary to write the most progressive platform in history. Ideas we championed are now inspiring leaders and activists across our country. Nearly 66 million votes are fueling grass roots energy and activism and everywhere people are marching, protesting, tweeting, speaking out and working for an America that's hopeful, inclusive and big-hearted. 
From the Women's March to airports where communities are welcoming immigrants, refugees and people of every faith, to town hall meetings where people are speaking up for healthcare, the environment, good jobs and all the other issues that deserve our passionate support. 
Among those millions making their voices heard are future mayors, city and state officials, governors, members of Congress, even future presidents. The challenges we face as a party and a country are real, so now more than ever we need to stay engaged, in the field and online, reaching out to new voters, young people and everyone who wants a better, stronger, fairer America. 
We as Democrats must move forward with courage, confidence and optimism. And stay focused on the elections we must win this year and next. Let resistance plus persistence equal progress for our party and our country. Thank you to the leaders who've already done so much beginning with Barack and Michelle Obama. Thanks as well to Donna and the DNC leadership and to the outstanding bench of Democrats stepping up to lead us forward.
As long as we stand together and work together with respect for our differences, strength in our convictions and love for our country our best days are still ahead, so keep fighting and keep the faith and I'll be there right with you every step of the way. God bless you and God bless America. 
Facebook And the Alliance of Youth Movements Summit
By Nick O'Neill November 18, 2008.
Jared Cohen, a member of the U.S. Secretary of State’s Policy Planning Staff, posted an article on Facebook’s blog.
O'Neill continues:
Inspired by this change, “Facebook, Access 360 Media, Columbia Law School, Google, Howcast, MTV, YouTube, and the U.S. Department of State are bringing leaders of 17 pioneering organizations from 15 countries together with technology experts next month for the first-ever conclave to empower youth against violence and oppression through the use of the latest online tools. ” The event is called the Alliance of Youth Movements Summit.
Jared Cohen was mentioned in that article as being a member of U.S. Secretary of State's Policy Planning Staff.
Jared Cohen Wikipedia
In Cohen's capacity working for Hillary Clinton when she was Secretary of State, he focused on counter-terrorism, counter-radicalization, Middle East/South Asia, Internet freedom, and fostering opposition in repressive countries.  Right before his departure Cohen was one of the participating architects of what was labeled in 2010 as "21st century statecraft" along with Richard Boly and several foreign service officers in the Department of State's Office of eDiplomacy In 2013, Cohen was named by Time Magazine as one of its 100 most influential people.
Cohen said:
"We are seeing movements across the world use a diverse set of technologies. The simplest is Television, where we are seeing groups that have the means put their videos and images on screen in the form of commercials. But we are seeing a lot of activities using mobile phones and the Internet."
"With mobile phones, there is a tactic called “smart mobbing,” where mobile phones are used to assemble young people around a cause. On the Internet, we are seeing online social networks like Facebook, MySpace, Bebo, and Orkut serve as important forums for young people to assemble together, build a cause, a mission, and organize events."
Jared Cohen and Al-Jazeera
There is an email from Hillary Clinton to Monica Hanley on 8/3/2012 with the subject Syria.
In that email Jared Cohen talks of his new tool to keep track of Syrian government defections. He mentions that he will work with Al-Jazeera, the largest Mid East news source headquartered in Qatar.
So looking at those dates that range from November 2008 to August 2012 they are talking about peaceful protests and Egypt and Libya fall to the rebels while Syria is still in the midst of a civil war.
Peaceful Protest
Here is a 9/12/2012 email from Wikileaks detailing all the riots Hillary created.
"From: Huma Abedin To: Hillary Clinton Date: 2012-09-12 22:21 Subject:
I'm giving you credit for inspiring the "peaceful" protests."
We were in Syria in 2011
This file shows that we were on the ground in Syria in 2011 when their civil war started.
Alliance of Youth Movement Summit 2008
There is a WikiLeaks email addressed to the Secretary of State which would have been Hillary Clinton, dated December 30, 2008. The overthrow of Tunisia, Egypt and Libya, and the start of the ongoing Syrian civil war began in 2011 where over 500,000 people have died. They quit counting the dead in 2016 after dropping 12,192 bombs that same year.
"Summary and comment:  On December 23, April 6 activist Ahmed Saleh expressed satisfaction with his participation in the December 3-5 "Alliance of Youth Movements Summit," and with his subsequent meetings with USG officials, on Capitol Hill, and with think tanks.  He described how State Security (SSIS) detained him at the Cairo airport upon his return and confiscated his notes for his summit presentation calling for democratic change in Egypt, and his schedule for his Congressional meetings." 
Go to that Wikileaks link above. This is a long email about the United States helping activists in overthrowing Egypt. Ahmed Saleh visited the U.S. and attended an Alliance of Youth Movements Summit along with U.S. government people, some are named:
"Saleh described his Washington appointments as positive, saying that on the Hill he met with Rep. Edward Royce, a variety of House staff members, including from the offices of Rep. Ros-Lehtinen (R-FL) and Rep. Wolf (R-VA), and with two Senate staffers. Saleh also noted that he met with several think tank members. Saleh said that Rep. Wolf's office invited him to speak at a late January Congressional hearing on House Resolution 1303 regarding religious and political freedom in Egypt."
Al Qaeda is on our side in Syria
Hillary Clinton was Secretary of State.
On 2/12/2012 she said Al Qaeda is on our side in Syria
Wael Ghonim "We Are All Khaled Said"
There was an article by PJ Patella-Rey on February 16, 2011
Wael Ghonim, a Google executive created a Facebook page called "We Are All Khaled Said" named after a guy taken from an internet café and murdered by Egyptian police.
Ghonim was arrested and detained for 12 days during the protests.  He is rapidly emerging as a leader in the new Egyptian political environment.  Google’s chief executive, Eric Schmidt, publicly stated that the company is “very proud” of Ghonim.  
Google Praises Executive’s Role in Egypt Revolt
BARCELONA, Spain — Eric Schmidt, the chief executive of Google, said Tuesday that the company was “very proud” of Wael Ghonim, a Google executive who helped plan the protests that culminated in the resignation of President Hosni Mubarak of Egypt.
Julian Assange Google Ideas
The one constant thread of normalcy is Julian Assange.
He wrote:
“It was Cohen who, while he was still at the Department of State, was said to have emailed Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey to delay scheduled maintenance in order to assist the aborted 2009 uprising in Iran. His documented love affair with Google began the same year when he befriended Eric Schmidt as they together surveyed the post-occupation wreckage of Baghdad. Just months later, Schmidt re-created Cohen’s natural habitat within Google itself by engineering a ‘think/do tank’ based in New York and appointing Cohen as its head. Google Ideas was born.”
Jared Cohen was handed the job as CEO of Jigsaw, formally Google Ideas. Their job was to use algorithms to quickly, faster than a humans, determine a line of thought and categorize it to promote or censor a post. This is why you end up in Facebook jail.
While President Obama was supporting the rebels in Tunisia, Egypt, Libya and Syria he took his eyes off the ball. Syria was trying to defend itself from the United States while we attacked the Syrian army. Those 700 Al-Qaeda in 2011 Iraq grew to 45,000 ISIS in 2014.
Up until 2014 President Obama was insisting on regime change in Syria. He wanted to oust their President Assad. He called ISIS a junior varsity team.
This Is What Life in Syria Is Like Under Sharia Law: VICE on HBO, Full Episode
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Christians in the Caliphate: The Islamic State (Part 4)
President Trump Takes Over
When President Trump took over, ISIS held 40 percent of Iraq and one Third of Syria.
7 months after President Trump took office, ISIS held no cities and at the end of 2018 they were only 1 percent of the population.
President Trump told the commanders on the ground to make decisions.
Mattis was told to annihilate ISIS, not push them from one city to the next.
Mattis said his job was not regime change, it was to annihilate ISIS.
President Trump brought in other countries to help us fight ISIS.
President Trump met with 55 Muslim leaders and told them to quit funding the terrorists.
The ties between the two countries strained after Trump, while announcing his Afghanistan and South Asia policy in August last year, hit out at Pakistan for providing safe havens to “agents of chaos” that kill Americans in Afghanistan and warned Islamabad that it has “much to lose” by harboring terrorists.
US President Donald Trump sent a letter to Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan requesting his country's help to end the nearly two-decades long conflict in Afghanistan.
In early September, the US cut $300 million in military aid to the country out of frustration over what was seen as Islamabad's reluctance to crack down on Afghan Taliban militants in the territory. It also suspended security assistance in January over similar concerns.
One main issue the U.S. has had with support for the Palestinian Authority had been its stipends paid to the families of Palestinians killed, injured or jailed for attacks on Israel. Israel and the Trump administration, have repeatedly demanded that those payments from a so-called “martyrs’ fund” be halted because they encourage terrorism. Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has refused to do so.
Our news media tries to make our President look like he hasn't put any thought into his decisions.
The Death Toll
Prior to 2011, there was no mass migration of refugees.
There were no civil wars in Tunisia, Egypt, Libya and Syria.
After President Trump took office, Syrian refugees began returning home.
Egypt is again threatened with the Muslim Brotherhood.
Libya is in a shambles. Blacks are being sold on auction blocks out in the open.
There has been many reports of Christian Genocide.
UNICEF Report finds half of all refugees are now children
50 million kids are refugees.
Some 28 million of those children were forced from their homes by war and violence.
And just two countries, Syria and Afghanistan, accounted for around 45 percent of all child refugees.
Mar 12, 2018 ... The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, a British-based war monitor, said on Monday about 511,000 people had been killed in the Syrian war 
Since President Trump has announced our withdrawal from Syria, there is a reason that only one news article I read mentioned how many people were killed or made refugees in Syria by Obama's reign of terror.
December 20, 2018
Ian Bremmer, Eurasia Group president and CBS News senior global affairs contributor.
"Assad has won. President Obama said Assad must go.
Obama's gone, Assad is still there.
It is embarrassing to admit that Assad has won, but five million Syrian refugees and 500,000 dead Syrians from the war already know that,"
Now I'm going to back up President Trump.
These are only opinions.
Steve Bannon
Bannon: ‘The Middle East Is on a Knife Edge in the Last 48 to 72 Hours’
6 Nov 2017
… Bannon said a driving force behind the transformation of Saudi Arabia and other major events in the Middle East is the recognition by many regional powers that “President Trump and the United States of America have had enough of it and are just not going to tolerate anymore this financing, the exporting of radical Islamic terror into Western Europe and the United States.”
“My point is, these religions go through internal reformations: Gen. Sisi in Egypt, Mohammed bin Zayed in the United Arab Emirates, MBS, the new Crown Prince in Saudi Arabia. These guys have been at the forefront of trying to modernize and reform Islam internally, with Muslims doing their reformation,” said Bannon.
“One the things that you’ve seen at the summit President Trump had in the spring is that the United States is not prepared to tolerate any more people in the Middle East financing the exporting of radical Islamic terrorism into Western Europe in the United States. I think you’re seeing some of the leaders over there take active control of this,” he proposed.
“And I’ve got to tell you, for all the elites out in the world, the Party of Davos guys are sitting there today gobsmacked, absolutely shocked,” he said. “The largest financier in the Arab world, the Muslim world, is Prince Alwaleed. He’s got stakes in just about every high-tech company. He’s a huge partner of Rupert Murdoch… he got into media. He owns a huge stake in Citicorp, he saved Citicorp from going bankrupt.”
“People are stunned today that he was put under house arrest, put under arrest yesterday in Saudi Arabia, in this situation of what they called corruption, money laundering, et cetera. People are thinking this is directly tied to the financing of the Muslim Brotherhood, this whole thing about cleaning up Saudi Arabia to take care of this. You’re going to see a lot of changes. This thing is far, far from over. You’re at the top of the first inning. You’re probably at the first batter,” Bannon said.
Steve Bannon
Steve Bannon doubted President Trump's plan to end terrorism by meeting with 55 Muslim leaders. He changed his mind when it worked.
Steve Bannon from 10/23/2017
Here's an excerpt:
 “What’s happened in the last nine months – President Trump has accomplished something that I think people would have laughed and mocked at in the campaign. Raqqa fell the other day. The physical destruction of the ISIS caliphate, which shocked the world on its rapid rise, and I think put the world back on its heels,” the Breitbart executive said. “It was breathtaking, the whole world kind of backed off.”
But in less than a year, Trump’s strategy, executed by Gen. James Mattis, the secretary of defense, is forcing jihadists around the globe to retreat, Bannon said.
“That strategy was not a war of attrition; it was very specific from day one. This will be a war of annihilation. We will physically annihilate the caliphate, and that’s what’s been accomplished,” he said.
Trump created the conditions for better relations in the Middle East by warning U.S. allies there against funding terrorism during the Arab Islamic American Summit he held in Riyadh in May, Bannon argued.
“We went into the summit with UAE and Saudi Arabia and others, and the number one thing is that we must take care of this financing of radical Islam and there can be no more – as President Trump says – ‘no more games’ – you can’t have it both ways, you can’t on one side say you are a friend and an ally and on the other side be financing Hamas,” he said.
In the worst diplomatic crisis to hit Gulf Arab states in decades, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Egypt and the United Arab Emirates broke off relations with Qatar in June. The three Gulf countries and Egypt accused Qatar of supporting terrorism and destabilizing the region.
Bannon said that break was because of Trump’s leadership.
“I don’t think it’s just by happenstance, that two weeks after that summit you saw the blockade by the United Emirates and … Bahrain, Egypt and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia on Qatar,” he said. “I’ve said from day one, even in the situation in the northwest Pacific, Korea, I think the single most important thing happening in the world is the situation in Qatar.”
Sen. Rand Paul
Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) took an entirely different view, and is supporting the troop withdrawal: "I am happy to see a President who can declare victory and bring our troops out of a war. It’s been a long time since that has happened." Paul tweeted on Wednesday.
In remarks on the Senate floor yesterday, Paul said, “I'm proud of the president today to hear that he is declaring victory in Syria. Most of the voices around here like to stay everywhere for all time, and they believe that it doesn't work unless you go somewhere and stay forever.
"The president has the courage to say, ‘We won in Syria, and we're coming home.’ First president in my lifetime really to do that. And that's why President Trump is different, and that's why I think President Trump is one that we should all look to for some changes and for some reform of the Deep State."
Ron Paul: Why Can’t the United States Just Leave Syria Alone?
September 3, 2018 at 10:29 pm
Written by Ron Paul
Assad was supposed to be gone already. President Obama thought it would be just another “regime change” operation and perhaps Assad would end up like Saddam Hussein or Yanukovych. Or maybe even Gaddafi. But he was supposed to be gone. The US spent billions to get rid of him and even provided weapons and training to the kinds of radicals that attacked the United States on 9/11.
But with the help of his allies, Assad has nearly defeated this foreign-sponsored insurgency.
The US fought him every step of the way. Each time the Syrian military approached another occupied city or province, Washington and its obedient allies issued the usual warnings that Assad was not liberating territory but was actually seeking to kill more of his own people.
Remember Aleppo, where the US claimed Assad was planning mass slaughter once he regained control? As usual the neocons and the media were completely wrong. Even the UN has admitted that with Aleppo back in the hands of the Syrian government hundreds of thousands of Syrians have actually moved back.
We are supposed to believe they willingly returned so that Assad could kill them?
The truth is Aleppo is being rebuilt. Christians celebrated Easter there this spring for the first time in years. There has been no slaughter once al-Qaeda and ISIS’ hold was broken. Believe me, if there was a slaughter we would have heard about it in the media!
So now, with the Syrian military and its allies prepare to liberate the final Syrian province of Idlib, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo again warns the Syrian government against re-taking its own territory. He Tweeted on Friday that: “The three million Syrians, who have already been forced out of their homes and are now in Idlib, will suffer from this aggression. Not good. The world is watching.”
President Trump’s National Security Advisor, John Bolton, has also warned the Syrian government that the US will attack if it uses gas in Idlib. Of course, that warning serves as an open invitation to rebels currently holding Idlib to set off another false flag and enjoy US air support.
Bolton and Pompeo are painting Idlib as a peaceful province resisting the violence of an Assad who they claim just enjoys killing his own people. But who controls Idlib province? President Trump’s own Special Envoy for the Global Coalition to Counter ISIS, Brett McGurk, said in Washington just last year that, “Idlib province is the largest al-Qaeda safe-haven since 9/11, tied to directly to Ayman al Zawahiri, this is a huge problem.”
Could someone please remind Pompeo and Bolton that al-Qaeda are the bad guys?
After six years of a foreign-backed regime-change operation in Syria, where hundreds of thousands have been killed and the country nearly fell into the hands of ISIS and al-Qaeda, the Syrian government is on the verge of victory. Assad is hardly a saint, but does anyone really think al-Qaeda and ISIS are preferable? After all, how many Syrians fled the country when Assad was in charge versus when the US-backed “rebels” started taking over?
Americans should be outraged that Pompeo and Bolton are defending al-Qaeda in Idlib. It’s time for the neocons to admit they lost. It is time to give Syria back to the Syrians. It is time to pull the US troops from Syria. It is time to just leave Syria alone!
Intel Communities Admiration for Trump
I didn't expect the following admiration of President Trump's administration from the Intel community.
This is the Senate/Intel hearing on May 11, 2017.
Senator Risch:
Thank you very much. Gentlemen, I -- the purpose of this hearing as the chairman expressed is to give the American people some insight into what we all do, which they don't see pretty much at all. And so I think what I want to do is I want to make an observation and then I want to get your take on it, anybody who wants to volunteer. And I'm going to start with you Director Coats, to volunteer.
My -- I have been -- I've been on this committee all the time I've been here in the Senate and all through the last administration. And I have been greatly impressed by the current administrations hitting the ground running during the first hundred days, as far as their engagement on intelligence matters and their engagement with foreign countries. The national media here is focused on domestic issues which is of great interest to the American people be it healthcare, be it personnel issues in the government.
And they don't -- the -- the media isn't as focused on this administrations fast, and in my judgment, robust engagement with the intelligence communities around the world and with other governments. And my impression is that it's good and it is aggressive. And I want -- I'd like you're -- I'd like your impression of where we're going. Almost all of you had real engagement in the last administration and all the administrations are different. So Director Coats, you want to take that on to start with?
COATS: I'd be happy to start with that, I think most presidents that come into office come with an agenda in mind in terms of what issues they'd like to pursue, many of them issues that effect -- domestic issues that affect infrastructure and education and a number of things only to find that this is dangerous world, that the United States -- that the threats that exist out there need to be -- be given attention to.
This president, who I think the perception was not interested in that, I think Director Pompeo and I can certify the fact that we have spent far more hours in the Oval Office than we anticipated. The president is a voracious consumer of information and asking questions and asking us to provide intelligence. I -- we are both part of a process run through the national security council, General McMaster, all through the deputy's committees and the principal's committees consuming hours and hours of time looking at the threats, how do we address those threats, what is the intelligence that tells us -- that informs the policy makers in terms of how they put a strategy in place.
And so what I initially thought would be a one or two time a week, 10 to 15 minute quick brief, has turned into an everyday, sometimes exceeding 45 minutes to an hour or more just in briefing the president. We have -- I have brought along several of our directors to come and show the president what their agencies do and how important it is the info -- that the information they provide how that -- for the basis of making policy decisions.
I'd like to turn to my CIA colleague to get -- let him give you, and others, to give you their impression.
RISCH: I appreciate that. We're almost out of time but I did -- Director Pompeo you kind of sit in the same spot we all sit in through the last several years and I kind of like your observations along the line of Director Coats, what you feel about the matter?
POMPEO: Yeah, I think Director Coats had it right. He and I spend time with the president everyday, briefing him with the most urgent intelligence matters that are presented to us as -- in our roles. He asks good, hard questions. Make us go make sure we're doing our work in the right way.
Second, you asked about engagement in the world. This administration has reentered the battle space in places the administration -- the previous administration was completely absent. You all travel some too...
POMPEO: ... you will hear that when you go travel. I've now taken two trips to places and they welcome American leadership. They're not looking for American soldiers, they're not looking for American boots on the ground, they're looking for American leadership around the globe and this president has reentered that space in a way that I think will serve America's interest very well.
RISCH: Yeah I -- I couldn't agree more and we -- we deal with them not only overseas but they come here, as you know, regularly.
POMPEO: Yes sir.
RISCH: And the fact that the president has pulled the trigger twice as he has in -- in the first 100 days and -- and done it in a fashion that didn't start a world war and -- and was watched by both our friends and our enemies has made a significant and a huge difference as far as our standing in the world. My time's up. Thank you very much Mr. Chair.
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El-Sissi – Trump doing the impossible
Washington Examiner ^ | 05/21/2017 | Caitlin Yilek
Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi invited President Trump to Egypt while commenting on his "unique" personality. "You are a unique personality that is capable of doing the impossible," el-Sissi told Trump during the conversation on Sunday. "I agree!" Trump responded as everyone laughed. According to CNN, Trump then complimented el-Sissi's shoes. "Love your shoes. Boy, those shoes," Trump said. The two met during Trump's trip to Saudi Arabia — his first trip abroad as president.
Gingrich on Arab Summit
May 25, 2017
…This week, as President Trump gave a historic speech in Saudi Arabia before the leaders of more than 50 Muslim-majority nations…
…Trump stood before an unprecedented gathering of leaders to do something far more significant than utter a single phrase or undermine his predecessor’s record. He was there to rally the Muslim world, in his words, “to meet history’s great test” — defeating the forces of terrorism and extremism. He did so in a way that no American president ever had before. While extending a hand of friendship to Muslim nations, he also issued them a clear challenge: to take the lead in solving the crisis that has engulfed their region and spread across the planet. “Drive out the terrorists and extremists,” he urged them, or consign your peoples to futures of misery and squalor.
“America is prepared to stand with you” in the fight against terrorism, Trump pledged. “But the nations of the Middle East cannot wait for American power to crush this enemy for them. The nations of the Middle East will have to decide what kind of future they want for themselves, for their countries, and for their children.”
Never before has an American president tried so clearly to unite the civilized world, including the nations of the Middle East and Africa, against the forces of terrorism. Never before has an American president issued so direct a challenge to those nations to do more in the fight. And never before has an American president so plainly put the ultimate responsibility for eradicating terrorism on the nations of the region.
Trump With Abe
Trump with Abe: 'You can bet' North Korea's nuclear problem will be dealt with
05/26/2017 06:48 AM EDT
Trump was back in Italy Friday morning for the second time this week, this time in Sicily for a meeting of the G-7 world leaders, as part of his eight-day, multi-nation international trip. The president’s met with Abe, with whom he met and played golf at Mar-a-Lago earlier this year, ahead of the day’s slate of larger G-7 meetings.
"We will be discussing many things including of course North Korea which is very much on our minds. We will be discussing terrorism but I think we will really in particular be focused on the North Korea problem,” …
Trump said he and Abe had developed a “a close partnership and collaboration and friendship” …
“"There is one unfortunate thing I have to confess, this time around we will not be able to play golf together,” Abe said.
Ukrain's Poroshenko compares Trump to Reagan
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko said that President Trump reminds him of President Ronald Reagan at the close of the Cold War.
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko said that President Trump reminds him of President Ronald Reagan at the close of the Cold War.
Poroshenko, who met with Trump and Vice President Pence Tuesday, said Reagan ended the Cold War without a single gunshot.
He said Trump can similarly bring peace to Ukraine in its conflict with Russia without shedding blood.
"The real leader, the charismatic person can bring peace to my land, the same way Reagan [brought] victory in [the] Cold War without one single shot," Poroshenko said.
He added that he is excited to make deals with Pennsylvania and Louisiana interests to import American coal and petroleum.
Afghan's President Ghani on Trump
From February 2017
The ambassador was asked about the current American administration and how the people of Afghanistan viewed President Trump.
“I’ve personally met with President Trump at Mar-a-Lago and the president has had two phone conversations with President Ghani [The president of Afghanistan]. One call was after he won the election and one after [Trump] became president. Before the calls, we were advised to keep conversations short because, we were told, Trump will not be interested in the details of the call and does not have a long attention span, so it would be pointless to have a long call.
However, we were pleasantly surprised at how much time President Trump spent asking very informed questions. The first time the presidents spoke, the questions Trump asked impressed us. “How can you win in this fight [against terrorism]?” he asked. “What do you need to become financially independent?” and “How can American business invest in Afghanistan? How can we develop businesses and mining in your country?”
Trump would listen intently after each question, often asking follow-ups. Trump’s second call with our president was even longer than the first. Asking these types of questions for our country is something the Obama administration never did. The Obama administration was the most academic administration we have ever had to deal with but the Trump administration has been the most thoughtful and intelligent.
Trump continually asked “How can you win? What does Afghanistan need to win?” in reference to our fight with terrorism. Trump wants to win. Sincerely. All the Obama administration wanted to do was not lose.
The Obama administration was hesitant with us. The enemy could sense that. When the Obama administration announced its plans to pull troops out of the region, they announced the exact date they would do it. All our enemies had to do was wait [Obama] out. They knew the date they had to hang on until — which gave them the will to fight. They used that time to recruit and build up resources.
To bring real reform, we must be able to defeat enemies outside our country and inside. We must overthrow the Afghan warlords who are profiteering off the war. Every time we tried to remove one of them from power, [Secretary John] Kerry would say “no” because it would potentially make it unstable and require more troops be brought in. The entire Obama administration was too cautious, but Kerry was the most cautious. Perhaps the Obama administration was fatigued by the time we assumed power. [President Ghani assumed power in September of 2014.] But Trump is very different from Obama in this way.
President Obama and the News Media
Liberals know themselves their hatred for our President and conservatives.
There was Occupy Wall Street
Day of Rage
April 6
Arab Spring
Pussy Hats
Black Lives Matter
Me Too
Income inequality
Global Warming Deniers
All the above was pushed by our news media.
The news and entertainment industry has taken it upon themselves to divide our country.
Beyoncé performed a Black Panthers homage at the Super Bowl 50 with references to Black Lives Matter. Malcolm X wanted to divide our country into two, one Black and one White.
This is a profile of a very violent and racist Malcolm X
He was kicked out of the Nation of Islam and thought to be killed by them.
In 1946 he was sentenced to ten years in prison for burglary.
While in prison, he joined the Nation of Islam (NOI).
Malcolm Little discarding his “slave” surname (Little) in favor of the letter “X”—a tribute to the unknown tribal name of his African ancestors. “The real names of our people were destroyed during slavery,