PRESIDENT DONALD J. TRUMP Gives Remarks at the American Farm Bureau Federation’s Annual Convention – White House Live Feed AND Right Side Broadcasting – 1/8/2018

Our Dear Patriot Warrior President Donald J. Trump will be speaking LIVE today in Nashville At the 99th Annual American Farm Bureau Convention in Nashville, TN.  This is President Trump’s second visit to the Music City since assuming office.

President Trump will speak about improving the Rural Economy and will be his first major policy address since passage of the Republican Tax plan.

STRAIGHT FROM THE WHITE HOUSE:

Rebuilding rural America
Today, President Donald J. Trump travels to Nashville, Tennessee, to deliver a major address at the American Farm Bureau Federation’s Annual Meeting. It will mark the first time since 1992 an American president has spoken at the event.

That symbolism is important. From his earliest days on the campaign trail, President Trump has highlighted the difference in prosperity between rural America and the country’s wealthiest coastal enclaves.

One sentence explains why this message resonated across America’s interior. It comes from the opening lines of a report from President Trump’s Agriculture and Rural Prosperity Task Force, which the President will share during his speech today: “While other sectors of the American economy have largely recovered from the Great Recession, rural America has lagged in almost every indicator.”

https://www.whitehouse.gov/briefings-statements/president-donald-j-trump-stands-local-communities-government-overreach-land-management/?utm_source=ods&&utm_medium=email&&utm_campaign=1600

 

 

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    THE EDUCATION OF A PRESIDENT

    From: Cheryl Mills
    To: Hillary Clinton
    Date: 2010-10-12 04:19
    Subject: THE EDUCATION OF A PRESIDENT

    UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department of State Case No. F-2014-20439 Doc No. C05771310 Date: 08/31/2015

    RELEASE IN FULL

    From: Mills, Cheryl D
    Sent: Wednesday, October 13, 2010 11:19 AM
    To:

    Subject: FW: The Education of a President

    From: Toiv, Nora F
    Sent: Wednesday, October 13, 2010 10:55 AM
    To: Mills, Cheryl D
    Subject: The Education of a President

    The Education of a President

    These days, Obama has been seeking guidance in presidential biographies. He is reading, among others, “The
    Clinton Tapes,” Taylor Branch’s account of his secret interviews with Bill Clinton during the eight years of his
    presidency. “I was looking over some chronicles of the Clinton years,” Obama told me, “and was reminded that
    in ’94 — when President Clinton’s poll numbers were lower than mine, and obviously the election ended up
    being bad for Democrats — unemployment was only 6.6 percent. And I don’t think anybody would suggest that

    Bill Clinton wasn’t a good communicator or was somebody who couldn’t connect with the American people or
    didn’t show empathy.”

    In the fall of 1994, things were even better than Obama recalls: unemployment was in fact 5.6 percent. If the

    feel-your-pain president had trouble when the economy was not nearly as bad as it is now, with 9.6 percent
    unemployment, then maybe the issue for Obama is not that he is too cool or detached, as some pundits say.
    When the economy is bad, even the most talented of presidents suffer at the polls. “There is an anti-
    establishment mood,” Rahm Emanuel, the former Clinton aide who served as Obama’s first White House chief
    of staff, told me before he stepped down this month. “We just happen to be here when the music is stopping.”

    It would be bad form for the president to anticipate an election result before it happens, but clearly Obama
    hopes that just as Clinton recovered from his party’s midterm shellacking in 1994 to win re-election two years
    later, so can he. There was something odd in hearing Obama invoke Clinton. Two years ago, Obama scorned

    the 42nd president, deriding the small-ball politics and triangulation maneuvers and comparing him unfavorably
    with Ronald Reagan. Running against Clinton’s wife, Obama was the anti-Clinton. Now he hopes, in a way, to
    be the second coming of Bill Clinton. Because, in the end, it’s better than being Jimmy Carter.

    So it is a high priority for Obama to prevent any intraparty fight in 2012, and to date, despite the fire from the
    left, no serious challenger appears on the horizon. Putting Hillary Clinton in the cabinet may turn out to be one
    of Obama’s smartest moves, because it not only eliminated her as a would-be challenger, but it also should

    presumably squelch the will-she-or-won’t-she speculation that otherwise would have played out for months.
    (Instead, the guessing game has her replacing Biden on the ticket, however fanciful that might be.)

    ) ,Nctuporktimes

    UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department of State Case No. F-2014-20439 Doc No. C05771310 Date: 08/31/2015

    October 12, 2010

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  2. Christy ventricelli

    Awesome President Trump good strong back bone and God’s answer to prayer this is the kind of President we need for a long time