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@rk9152 wrote:

@nctarheel wrote:

@jimc91 wrote:

 

http://www.wnd.com/2017/11/4621979/

Folks,

 

Be ready to read 2 full screens of putting "'LIPSTICK ON A PIG".

 

A President who is feared for his ineptitude.

 

A President who has colluded with our enemies and offended our friends.

 

A President that can't get a single bit of major legislation through Congress.

 

A President whose resume includes bankruptcies, extra-marital affairs, inappropriate comments about his own daughter, and, of course, his racist and xenophobic political stances.

 

The only media outlet that one can trust to paint this disaster as a success is:

 

WORLDNETDAILY

 

This conspiracy theory web site is an ALT-RIGHT media outlet; described as an extremist group by THE SOUTHERN POVERTY LAW CENTER. They even led the BiRTHER MOVEMENT.

 

Don't believe one word of what this media outlet spews out.

 

As far as Trump's so called "accomplishments" go.....................

 

"YOU CAN PUT LIPSTICK ON A PIG....... BUT IN THE END..... IT'S STILL A PIG.

 

 


You realize, do you not, that the SPLC is a far left radical organization. Therefore, it's evaluation of a source cannot be accepted as unbiased or meaningful.


Well - there are those extreme right fringe trump-suckers - who - lacking any verifiable factual proof - make careless, reckless, and unprovable statements about SPLC - having nothing but whackos like WND and Breitbart to cite...

Charles Manson's credibility appears to be about equal...

 

 

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rk9152:  You realize, do you not, that the SPLC is a far left radical organization.

 

 

That's only true if you're so far out in right field your nose is bleeding. SPLC is a respected source for monitoring & keeping track of hate groups, so it's only natural that you would hate/fear them.....they name names. Smiley Happy  Smiley Happy

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@nctarheel wrote:

@jimc91 wrote:

 

http://www.wnd.com/2017/11/4621979/

Folks,

 

Be ready to read 2 full screens of putting "'LIPSTICK ON A PIG".

 

A President who is feared for his ineptitude.

 

A President who has colluded with our enemies and offended our friends.

 

A President that can't get a single bit of major legislation through Congress.

 

A President whose resume includes bankruptcies, extra-marital affairs, inappropriate comments about his own daughter, and, of course, his racist and xenophobic political stances.

 

The only media outlet that one can trust to paint this disaster as a success is:

 

WORLDNETDAILY

 

This conspiracy theory web site is an ALT-RIGHT media outlet; described as an extremist group by THE SOUTHERN POVERTY LAW CENTER. They even led the BiRTHER MOVEMENT.

 

Don't believe one word of what this media outlet spews out.

 

As far as Trump's so called "accomplishments" go.....................

 

"YOU CAN PUT LIPSTICK ON A PIG....... BUT IN THE END..... IT'S STILL A PIG.

 

 


You realize, do you not, that the SPLC is a far left radical organization. Therefore, it's evaluation of a source cannot be accepted as unbiased or meaningful.

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@jimc91 wrote:

 

http://www.wnd.com/2017/11/4621979/

Folks,

 

Be ready to read 2 full screens of putting "'LIPSTICK ON A PIG".

 

A President who is feared for his ineptitude.

 

A President who has colluded with our enemies and offended our friends.

 

A President that can't get a single bit of major legislation through Congress.

 

A President whose resume includes bankruptcies, extra-marital affairs, inappropriate comments about his own daughter, and, of course, his racist and xenophobic political stances.

 

The only media outlet that one can trust to paint this disaster as a success is:

 

WORLDNETDAILY

 

This conspiracy theory web site is an ALT-RIGHT media outlet; described as an extremist group by THE SOUTHERN POVERTY LAW CENTER. They even led the BiRTHER MOVEMENT.

 

Don't believe one word of what this media outlet spews out.

 

As far as Trump's so called "accomplishments" go.....................

 

"YOU CAN PUT LIPSTICK ON A PIG....... BUT IN THE END..... IT'S STILL A PIG.

 

 

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President Donald J. Trump ran a campaign with a clear agenda and was duly elected by the American electorate to implement that agenda.

 

Thank You President Trump.  Just imagine what we could do with the support of the Republican party...

 

 

 

 

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  1. JANUARY
  2. Trans Pacific Partnership: Trump signed an executive order in January removing the U.S. from the international pact, which critics charged was a monumental compromise to American sovereignty and would take millions of jobs away from American workers.
  3. Persecuted Christians: Reversing Obama administration policy, Trump pledged in January that Christian refugees suffering persecution in Muslim countries would be given priority over other refugees seeking to enter the United States.
  4. Homeland security: Trump signed an executive order in January banning people from seven countries regarded by the Obama administration as havens for terrorism from entering the U.S. for 90 days and blocked all refugees for 120 days while the administration assessed its security process. After legal challenges, the administration issued a revised order in March, and in June the U.S. Supreme Court decided a version of the ban could go into effect until the court addresses its constitutionality in October.
  5. Immigration: The DOJ resumed the criminal prosecution of first-time illegal border crossers after it had been stopped by the Obama administration.
  6. Government reform: Trump signed an executive order in January to expedite environmental reviews of infrastructure projects, to jumpstart industry spending and investment.
  7. Manufacturing regulations: Trump signed an executive order in January reducing regulations on manufacturers.
  8. Abortion: In January, Trump expressed strong support for the annual pro-life March for Life. Vice President Mike Pence became the first vice president to speak at the event, and White House senior adviser Kellyanne Conway also spoke.
  9. Regulatory reform: Trump set up task forces in every agency to remove “job killing regulations” and increase “economic opportunity.” The Trump administration is on track to finish the first phase of its regulatory reform program with $645 million in net annual regulatory savings, according to an analysis by the American Action Forum. By comparison, during President Obama’s years in office, more than 22,700 regulations were imposed on Americans at a cost to American consumers, businesses and workers of more than $120 billion each year. AAF called Trump’s order reducing regulation and controlling regulatory costs “one of the most significant developments in regulatory policy in decades,” noting it was the first time in U.S. history that the executive branch has established a regulatory budget.
  10. Women in business: Trump launched the United States-Canada Council for Advancement of Women Entrepreneurs and Business Leaders with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in February.
  11. Immigration: Trump expanded deportation priorities, signing an executive order in January that includes people who “have committed acts that constitute a chargeable criminal offense,” which could include anyone who entered the country illegally, leading to a significant increase in arrests.
  12. Military: In January, Trump signed a memorandum to begin the expansion and rebuilding of the U.S. military.
  13. Government reform: Trump signed an executive order Jan. 23 placing a hiring freeze on federal employees.
  14. Regulatory reform: Shortly after his inauguration, President Trump signed an executive order mandating that for every new regulation, two regulations must be revoked. In practice, the administration has exceeded that mark, rescinding or delaying more than 860 regulations, or 16 regulations for every new one implemented.
  15. Abortion: In January, Trump signed an order reinstating the Mexico City Policy, which defunded the International Planned Parenthood Federation and other organizations that promote foreign abortions.
  16. President’s salary: President Trump, as promised during his election campaign, has donated his salary.
  17. Technology: After his election, Trump met with top tech leaders, including Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook, Bill Gates of Microsoft and Jeff Bezos of Amazon. According to Gates, it was “a good conversation about innovation, how it can help in health, education, the impact of foreign aid and energy, and a wide-ranging conversation about power of innovation.”
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  1. FEBRUARY
  2. Savings for oil companies: Trump signed a bill in February that eliminated a Dodd-Frank rule requiring oil companies such as Exxon Mobile to publicly disclose the taxes and fees they pay to foreign governments, which would have cost the industry as much as $385 million annually.
  3. Finance reform: The administration ordered review of the 2010 Dodd-Frank financial oversight law in February while urging Congress to remove the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s authority to supervise banks and financial companies, returning that power to other federal and state regulators.
  4. Russia: The administration countered Russian propaganda by launching two government-run media outlets in February broadcasting in Russian.
  5. Military: In February the administration reached a tentative deal with Lockheed Martin to purchase 90 F-35 jets at the lowest price in the program’s history. The first 90 planes were about $725 million below budget, with billions of dollars in additional savings expected. The deal saved at least one U.S. ally, Japan, $100 million.
  6. Government reform: In February, the president announced he did not plan on filling numerous government positions he considered unnecessary.
  7. Law enforcement: In February, President Trump signed three executive orders to strengthen law enforcement.The first strengthens the law against international crime organizations. The second combats anti-law-enforcement crimes. The third seeks a strategy for reducing crime in general, including, in particular, illegal immigration, drug trafficking and violent crime.
  8. School bathrooms: Trump, in February, reversed Obama’s executive order requiring public schools to allow students to use bathrooms and locker rooms according to their preferred “gender identity.”
  9. Second Amendment: President Trump signed a bill into law in February repealing an Obama-era Social Security Administration rule adding mental disability determinations to the background check registry. The Obama regulation potentially allowed the denial of Second Amendment rights to many competent, mentally healthy citizens.
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  1. MARCH
  2. G-20: In March, the Trump administration successfully forced the G-20 to remove its opposition to protectionism and temper its support for free trade. Any mention of climate change was eliminated from its joint statement.
  3. Trade deficit: Trump signed an executive order in March directing a review of and reporting on major U.S. trade deficits.
  4. Middle East: In March, the administration, led by U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley, condemned a report against Israel by the U.N. Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia that was deemed anti-Semitic, prompting the resignation of the commission’s executive director.
  5. Syria: In March, the Trump administration successfully forced the G-20 to remove its opposition to protectionism and temper its support for free trade. Any mention of climate change was eliminated from its joint statement.
  6. Government reform: In March, Trump signed an executive order to perform an audit on every executive branch agency to reduce spending and waste and improve services.
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  1. APRIL
  2. U.S. Supreme Court: Keeping a major campaign promise, President Trump nominated to the highest court a strict constructionist and originalist in the mold of Antonin Scalia, Neil Gorsuch, who was confirmed by the Senate and sworn in as an associate justice in April. In his first term, in June, Gorsuch voted in every case with the justice generally regarded as the most conservative, Clarence Thomas. The conservative Committee for Justice said in a report that Gorsuch’s early performance says a lot about both what he will be like as a Supreme Court justice “and what the president can be counted on to do as more high court vacancies occur. Conservatives hoping for a solid conservative majority on the court in the near future had good reason to cheer.”
  3. Immigration: The administration announced illegal border crossings had decreased by 40 percent in the first month of Trump’s presidency. By Trump’s 100th day in office, crossings had decreased by 73 percent, thanks to the president’s policies deterring people from attempting to enter the country.
  4. Offshore oil drilling: In April, Trump signed an executive order to extend offshore oil and gas drilling and reissue a leasing program to develop offshore resources. The order reversed Obama’s December ban on drilling in the Arctic and parts of the Atlantic Ocean.
  5. China trade: Trump initiated an investigation in April into whether or not Chinese and other foreign-made steel and aluminum threaten U.S. national security. China has 26 percent of the steel market in the U.S., and Chinese steel imports are up nearly 20 percent over the last year.
  6. Made in the USA: President Trump signed the “Buy American and Hire American” executive order in April, prioritizing the interests of American businesses and workers. “Buy American” protects American industry from unfair competition by targeting the abusive use of waivers and exceptions to laws on the books. Trump’s “Hire American” effort calls for the reform of visa programs, ensuring that they no longer displace American workers, while fully enforcing laws governing the entry of foreign workers.
  7. Agriculture regulations: In April, in an effort to help farmers affected by NAFTA and the trade imbalance with Canada, Trump signed an executive order ordering the Department of Agriculture to find and eliminate unnecessary regulations.
  8. G-7: In April, the administration refused to sign the G-7 joint statement because the other nations could not agree to include support for nuclear and fossil fuels without support for the Paris climate agreement. The G-7, consequently, did not issue a joint statement.
  9. Russia: In April, the administration refused to issue waivers to any companies that wanted to do business with Russia, which was under economic sanctions, including ExxonMobil, which had applied for a waiver.
  10. Immigration: In March and April, the DOJ announced plans to speed up the deportation of imprisoned illegal aliens, instructing U.S. attorneys to employ stricter guidelines in the prosecution of immigration crimes while seeking to hire 125 immigration judges in the next two years.
  11. Immigration: Trump signed an executive order in April cutting funding for sanctuary cities, and despite encountering opposition from city officials, ICE agents have been enforcing U.S. immigration laws in those cities.
  12. Immigration: In the first 100 days of the Trump administration, arrests and deportations of criminal aliens such as MS-13 members were up 38 percent compared with the last year of the Obama administration. ICE conducted a crackdown on the gangs that resulted in the arrests of nearly 1,400 people. The Trump administration also cooperated with Central American countries to combat MS-13 recruitment in the region. An estimated 6,000 MS-13 gang members were arrested during the president’s first five months.
  13. Military: In April, Trump gave Defense Secretary James Mattis authority to set troop levels in Iraq and Syria for the fight against ISIS. And military commanders were granted authority to perform military actions without approval from Washington. As a direct result, this newly autonomous U.S. military made large advances against ISIS.
  14. Islamic jihad: Under the increased autonomy Trump gave the Defense Department, the U.S. dealt a heavy blow to ISIS in Afghanistan in April, dropping a GBU-43B – known as MOAB or the “Mother Of All bombs” – the largest non-nuclear bomb in existence, on a complex of ISIS tunnels. At least 94 ISIS fighters were killed, including four commanders, and tunnels and weapon stockpiles were destroyed.
  15. Veterans Administration reform: In April, Trump signed the VA Choice and Quality Employment Act of 2017 to authorize $2.1 billion in additional funds enabling veterans who live more than 40 miles from the closest eligible VA medical facility, experience wait times of more than 30 days to schedule an appointment, or meet other special criteria to be treated outside the VA system.
  16. Law enforcement: In April, Attorney General Jeff Sessions, in an effort to give back local control to police departments, ordered the Department of Justice to review Obama’s agreements with local police departments.
  17. Education: In April, Trump signed an executive order requiring Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos to review department regulations with the intent of returning power to the states and local governments.
  18. Abortion: In what was regarded as the first major national pro-life bill in more than a decade, Trump signed in April a Congressional Review bill into law annulling a recent Obama administration regulation that would have prohibited states from discriminating in awarding Title X family planning funds based on whether a local clinic also performs abortions.
  19. Abortion: The Trump administration in April cut off U.S. funding of the United Nations Population Fund, which has links to inhumane abortion programs such as China’s one-child policy (which became a two-child policy in 2015). More than $32 million was instead shifted to the U.S. Agency for International Development.
  20. Abortion: In April, Trump appointed pro-life advocate Dr. Charmaine Yoest, the former president of Americans United for Life, as assistant secretary of public affairs for the Department of Health and Human Services, replacing a strong Planned Parenthood supporter. Later, two pro-life advocates who had worked for the Family Research Council were appointed to key positions. And Valerie Huber, an abstinence education advocate, was appointed in June as chief of staff to the assistant secretary for health at the HHS.

 

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  1. MAY
  2. Middle East: Trump strengthened traditional alliances with Israel and the Arab nations, which had deteriorated badly under President Obama.
  3. Middle East: During a visit to Saudi Arabia in May, his first foreign trip as president, he announced the signing of a $110 billion arms deal with Saudi Arabia, with another $350 billion of arms for the following 10 years. American and Saudi businesses signed similar agreements on the same day, with billions of dollars to be invested in the U.S. Trump also gave a major speech to leaders of 50 Islamic nations, challenging them to fight Islamic terror.
  4. Personal income: According to the Bureau of Economic Analysis, U.S. personal income rose 0.4 percent in May, while a 0.3 increase was expected.
  5. Housing: The U.S. Census Bureau found housing sales recently have doubled compared to the same period under President Obama. The annualized housing sales rate for May 2017 was 610,000, compared to just 376,000 in 2009. New home prices hit a record high in May, according to the Commerce Department. In 2011, houses for sale were on the market an average 84 days. This year, it’s just 45 days.
  6. Mexico trade: Mexico agreed in June to curb its exporting of raw and refined sugar to the U.S, benefitting the American industry.
  7. Trade: Trump announced in May that he intends to renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement, NAFTA, to better reflect the modern economy while benefitting every party to the pact.
  8. Syria: After the Syrian regime used chemical weapons against civilians, President Trump authorized strikes in May against the airbase that launched the chemical attacks, destroying 20 percent of Syria’s operational aircraft.
  9. Immigration: In May, the administration said the number of child illegal immigrants entering the nation monthly had fallen below 1,000 for the first time in several years.
  10. Voter fraud: In May, Trump created a commission to investigate voter fraud chaired by Vice President Mike Pence and vice-chaired by Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach.
  11. Education: In May, the administration announced it will create a school choice plan and give states the option of implementing it, rather than making it a federal program.
  12. Religious liberty: On the annual National Day of Prayer in May, Trump signed an executive order on religious liberty that included a loosening of IRS restrictions, known as the Johnson Amendment, against political activities by tax-exempt religious organizations. The order also attempted to make it easier for employers not to provide contraceptives if they had religious objections and gave Attorney General Jeff Sessions greater authority regarding religious liberty policy.
  13. Abortion: In May, the administration broadened the scope of the Mexico City Policy to restrict funding to any international health organization that performs or gives information about abortions, expanding the amount of money affected from $600,000 to nearly $9 billion.
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