No Matter what DEMS Vow To Block, PRESIDENT Donald J. Trump will complete his #MakeAmericaGreatAgain Plan – Together with millions of Us Supporters and GOD – Count on it!!!

The party that brought you slavery, the Ku Klux Klan, Jim Crow laws, illegal immigration, sanctuary cities, violent late-term abortions, Obamacare, ANTIFA, sanctuary cities, the illegal funding of the refugee program from non-Christian countries together with the UN, gangs, Obama, Soros, Clinton, are now blocking funding for the Wall to Protect your families. Did I leave anything out?



Led by MINORITY LEADER Nancy Pelosi whose entire life’s aim is to block anything decent, moral, legal, proper, godly, is in charge of trying to deconstruct your dreams of a wall to protect America.  If this 45th President cannot get the wall built, we will never have peace in America again.  It might return to the old wild, wild West, when we had to take care of the problems ourselves.  If there is no wall, there shall be law and order one way or the other, count on it.

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The democrats are fighting President Trump on everything just and proper that he is trying to do to improve America. Today, a 9th circuit federal court blocked President Trump’s Order that would defund sanctuary cities.





But no matter how bad the democrats try to make things, a new development suggests that the government shutdown may be avoided. The Democrats have gone beyond demagoguing whatever President Trump puts on the table.  The most frustrating thing to see is that the Republicans are not really rallying to support President Trump’s plans?  Why?

Now, from Kellyanne Conway’s perspective, she states that Congress has been working hard during recess on Healthcare and that Tax Reform is being worked on at a fast pace. The White House states that “Despite historic Democrat obstructionism, President Trump has worked with Congress to pass more legislation in his first 100 days than any President since Truman. President Trump has worked with Congress to enact 28 laws during the first 100 days of his Administration.”  


President Trump will simplify taxes  and cut the corporate tax rate down to 15%, and will change the tax brackets from 7 to 3. Tax cuts work, simplification works.  The American people are going to have to let their congress people know that they want this plan and they are going to have to put on pressure on Republicans so that he can pass it on the Senate and the House.  According to Herman Cain on the Hannity show tonight, 4/25/2017, this will help President Trump get this thing through.

President Trump and his Team will continue to achieve and strive to do better every day, no matter what obstacles the Democrats put in his way.  We need to support, pray and love this President. He is giving his all for America and the world.

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Maybe we should all fund The Wall with our own small donations so that President Trump can protect America from Foreign and Domestic Terrorism and for the future when the Democrats get control of the House and Senate.

And, as I write this post to share with you my dear readers, with lack of sleep since June 2015, working on the campaign and now on this blog, I have come to realize one very important thing.  I sleep less hours but I feel safer, a bit happier and at peace that God has kindly granted our prayers. He has given us the greatest president in the history of America.  A man of conviction, a man that believes in GOD, a great family man, husband and President. Thank you Lord for giving us President Trump.



N. Korean Launched Massive Artillery Drill Near Coast – On 4/25/2017 CHINA warns Kim Jong-Un Pyongyang faces “GREAT LOSSES” if N. Korea tests another nuke

Today is the 85th anniversary of N. Korea’s Army, Kim Jon Un marked the anniversary by firing a massive artillery drill from coastal N. Korea, and it is a message to the U. S.  The live drill included 400 artillery units.  S. Korean sources say Kim is deploying long-range artillery units and other equipment to the coast to defend N. Korea from a sea-based invasion. The USS Michigan, a nuclear powered Ohio class submarine docks in S. Korea on its way to join the USS Vinson aircraft carrier near the Sea of Japan.  Tensions between U.S. and N.Korea have reached their limits.

President Trump and the UN Security Council met on Monday and all 100 members of the U.S. Senate will be briefed on the situation at the White House on Wednesday. Source: Hannity

In the meantime, China warns Kim Jong-Un Pyongyang faces “GREAT LOSSES” if N. Korea tests another nuke. CHINA has lost patience with N. Korea and warned  Kim Jong-un that another nuclear weapons test would push relations “beyond the point of no return”.

The U.S. and S. Korea launch Operation “MAX THUNDER”



This past weekend, N. Korea rolled out new missiles, including several intercontinental ballistic missile models.

The U.S. and South Korea deployed numerous air assets for a massive air combat drill one day after N. Korea’s latest ballistic provocation, the U.S. military reports.  Around 1,000 U.S. airmen and fighter jets will train alongside the S. Korean Air Force in the two-week Max Thunder exercise, one of the largest military flying exercises held in S. Korea, U.S. Pacific Command revealed. The joint combat exercises began Monday and will last until the end of April.  SOURCE:

The entire U.S. Senate has been invited to the White House for a briefing on Wednesday about the North Korea situation. White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer confirmed the upcoming briefing, for all 100 senators. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Joseph Dunford and Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats plan to provide the update to lawmakers.

S. Korea’s Defense Ministry has said the North appears ready to conduct such “strategic provocations” at any time. S. Korean Acting Prime Minister Hwang Kyo-ahn has instructed his military to strengthen its “immediate response posture” in case N. Korea does something significant on the April 25 anniversary of its military. N. Korea often marks significant dates by displaying military capability.

On Monday, Trump also had lunch with ambassadors of countries on the U.N. Security Council. Ahead of the meeting, Trump called for “big reforms” at the U.N. and criticizing its handling of recent events in Syria and North Korea – but said it has “tremendous potential.”

“You just don’t see the United Nations, like, solving conflicts. I think that’s going to start happening now,” he said.

Fox News’ Jennifer Griffin and Lucas Tomlinson contributed to this report.



Press Briefing with Press Secretary Sean Spicer – 4/25/2017 = Re: Canada

President Trump Gives Remarks at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum’s National Days of Remembrance Washington, DC Start time 11:20 AM EDT





FROM WIKIPIDIA: Fascism /ˈfæʃɪzəm/ is a form of radical authoritarian nationalism that came to prominence in early 20th-century Europe. The first fascist movements emerged in Italy during World War I, before it spread to other European countries. Opposed to liberalism, Marxism, and anarchism, fascism is usually placed on the far-right within the traditional left–right spectrum.

TODAY, many people identify modern liberalism as the open-mined, tolerant political philosophy. Hidden behind this IDEOLOGY lies Intolerance = LIBERAL FASCISM


There is a well orchestrated effort by the left designed to silence every conservative voice by any means necessary. Hannity wants us to know what is really at stake when it comes to freedom of speech in this country and these tactics come straight from Saul Alinsky Rules for Radicals. Someone is always listening to every single word that Sean Hannity utters. Liberal fascists can’t stand conservative voices. 

Sean Hannity always called people out for over the last 30 years.  In the light of recent events, Hannity can no longer let the left slide.  If there is any person, group, organization, media outlet that lies, besmirches him or his character, it will be called out by Hannity.  He has hired a team of great lawyers working on his behalf. 

There is a person that has come out making claims and lying about Hannity.  This person has repeatedly made lies about Hannity.  This person has falsely accused Hannity and member of the charity he works with of stealing, skimming and was proven false.  Hannity never received an apology and this person has resurfaced.  

This is Hannity’s warning Statement:

“Let me be clear, the comments about me on a radio show this week by this individual are 100% false and a complete fabrication. This individual is a serial harasser who has been lying about me for well over a decade. The individual has a history of making provable false statements against me in an effort to slander, smear and besmirch my reputation.  The individual has not just slandered me over the years but many people who this individual disagrees with. This individual desperately seeks attention by any means necessary, including making unfounded personal attacks and using indefensible and outrageous political rhetoric.  My patience with this individual is over.

I have retained a team of some of the finest and toughest lawyers in the country who are now in the process of laying out the legal course of action we will be taking against this individual.  In this fiercely divided and vindictive political climate, I will no longer allow slander and lies about me to go unchallenged, as I see this now to be a coordinated effort afoot to now silence those with conservative views. I will fight every single lie about me by any and all legal means available to me as an American.

“There is now a coordinate attempt to silence all conservative voices in radio and TV.  Liberal Fascism is live in America and will shut you down by any means necessary.  Everyone who has publicly supported President Trump has become a target, this is very political.  We have seen the left has no limit in these efforts. The left, they have gone after and attacked the First Lady, members of President Trump’s family, every White House advisor, the President’s Daughter and the President’s 10-year-old son.  Their goal is to cause as much collateral damage as possible. They have tried to undermine the outcome of the election since November 9th.”

“This is about the left concocting a boycotts all in attempt to silence prominent conservative voices.  If we don’t stop it now, freedom of speech is over.  Let all Americans make their own decision.”

Press Briefing with Press Secretary Sean Spicer Start time 1:30 PM EDT – 4/24/2017

1600 DAILY – WEEKEND EDITION – Saturday, April 22, 2017


Presidential Executive Order on Buy American and Hire American.
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President Trump signs S. 544, The Veterans Choice Program Extension and Improvement Act.
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Vice President Pence thanks sailors aboard U.S.S. Ronald Reagan.
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POTUS to Call Space to Congratulate Record Breaking Astronaut Peggy Whitson.
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President Trump: Buy American, Hire American.
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President Trump Welcomes the New England Patriots to the White House.
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Vice President Pence arrives in Indonesia.
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April 24th: President Trump calls space to congratulate record-breaking astronaut Peggy Whitson
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POTUS to Call Space to Congratulate Record Breaking Astronaut Peggy Whitson -When: Monday, April 24, 2017. — Time: 10:00 AM EDT -How to tune in: The 20 minute call will air live on NASA Television and will be livestreamed on NASA’s website and Facebook page.


On Monday, April 24, 2017, President Donald J. Trump will call the commander of the International Space Station, astronaut Peggy Whitson, to congratulate her on breaking the American record for the most total days in space. The current record holder, Jeff Williams stayed in space for 534 days. Whitson will break that record for most cumulative days in space Monday at 1:27 a.m. EDT. In 2002, Whitson flew to space for the first time on the Expedition 5 mission and in 2007 she became the first female astronaut to take command of the International Space Station. Whitson also holds the record for most spacewalks conducted by a female astronaut.

Details for the President’s call with astronaut Peggy Whitson:

When: Monday, April 24, 2017. —  Time: 10:00 AM EDT

Where: The President will call the International Space Station from the Oval Office

Who: Ivanka Trump and astronaut Kate Rubins will join the President’s call with Commander Whitson and astronaut Jack Fischer will be joining Whitson at the International Space Station.

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NASA Astronaut
Nationality American
Status Active
Born February 9, 1960 (age 57)
Mount Ayr, Iowa, U.S.
Other occupation
Iowa Wesleyan College
Rice University
Time in space
Currently in space
Selection 1996 NASA Group
Total EVAs
Total EVA time
53 hours, 22 minutes
Missions STS-111, Expedition 5, STS-113, Soyuz TMA-11 (Expedition 16), Soyuz MS-03/Soyuz MS-04(Expedition 50/51/52)
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Whitson was born in Mount Ayr, Iowa, and grew up on a farm outside the nearby town of Beaconsfield, Iowa.Whitson graduated from Mount Ayr Community High School in 1978 and received a bachelor of science degree in biology and chemistryfrom Iowa Wesleyan College in 1981. She then went on to earn her doctorate degree in biochemistry from Rice University in 1985, and following completion of her graduate work, continued at Rice as a Robert A Welch Post-doctoral Fellow until October 1986. She is married to Clarence F. Sams, Ph.D.

Following her fellowship at Rice, she began working at Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas, as a National Research Council Resident Research Associate. From April 1988 until September 1989, Whitson served as the Supervisor for the Biochemistry Research Group at KRUG International, a medical sciences contractor at NASA-JSC.

From 1991 through 1997, Whitson was invited to be an adjunct assistant professor in the Department of Internal Medicine, and Department of Human Biological Chemistry and Genetics at the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston, Texas. In 1997, Whitson began a position as adjunct assistant professor at Rice University in the Maybee Laboratory for Biochemical and Genetic Engineering.

From 1992 to 1995, she served as project scientist for the Shuttle-Mir Program and, until her selection as an astronaut candidate in 1996, as deputy division chief for the Medical Sciences division at the Johnson Space Center.

From 1989 to 1993, Whitson worked as a research biochemist in the Biomedical Operations and Research Branch at NASA-JSC. From 1991 to 1993, she served as technical monitor of the Biochemistry Research Laboratories in the Biomedical Operations and Research Branch. From 1991 through 1992, she was the payload element developer for Bone Cell Research Experiment (E10) aboard SL-J (STS-47), and was a member of the US-USSR Joint Working Group in Space Medicine and Biology. In 1992, she was named the project scientist of the Shuttle-Mir Program (STS-60, STS-63, STS-71, Mir 18, Mir 19), and served in this capacity until the conclusion of the Phase 1A Program in 1995. From 1993 through 1996, Whitson held the additional responsibilities of the deputy division chief of the Medical Sciences Division at NASA-JSC. From 1995–1996, she served as co-chair of the U.S.-Russian Mission Science Working Group.

In April 1996, Whitson was selected as an astronaut candidate and started training in August 1996. Upon completing the two years of training and evaluation, she was assigned technical duties in the Astronaut Office Operations Planning Branch, and served as the lead for the Crew Test Support Team in Russia from 1998 to 1999. In June 2003, Whitson served as the commander of the NEEMO 5mission aboard the Aquarius underwater laboratory, living and working underwater for fourteen days.[12] From November 2003 to March 2005, she served as deputy chief of the Astronaut Office. From March 2005 to November 2005, she served as chief of the Station Operations Branch, Astronaut Office. Whitson trained as the backup ISS commander for Expedition 14 from November 2005 through September 2006, and as the ISS commander for Expedition 16, launched October 2007, on the Soyuz TMA-11. During Expedition 16 she surpassed Sunita Williams for woman with the most spacewalks.

Whitson served as Chief of the Astronaut Office until July 2012 and, as such, was responsible for mission preparation activities of International Space Station crews and their support personnel.


Remarks by the Vice President and Indonesian President Widodo to the Press- April 20, 2017

The White House
Office of the Vice President
For Immediate Release

Remarks by the Vice President and Indonesian President Widodo to the Press

Merdeka Palace
Jakarta, Indonesia

PRESIDENT WIDODO: (As translated.)  It is an honor for Indonesia to welcome the visit of the Vice President of the United States, His Excellency Michael Richard Pence.
This is my first meeting with the new administration of the United States.  However, I have communicated with President Trump since January.  And receiving the courtesy call of Vice President Pence, we discussed a number of bilateral and international issues.  
The first is the commitment of the United States to enhance its strategic partnership with Indonesia.  We’ll focus on the issues of cooperation and investment.  And next month, there will be a team that will discuss the arrangement of trade and investment bilateral between the countries based on the principles of win-win solution.
Second, as the largest Muslim population country in the world, as well as the third largest democracy in the world, Indonesia also agree to strengthen cooperation on peace.  That is what I can convey to you all in this auspicious occasion.  And I also send my best regards to President Trump through Vice President Pence.  That is all from me.  Thank you very much.
VICE PRESIDENT PENCE:  Good morning.  Thank you, President Widodo, for hosting me here today.  Thank you for your warm hospitality to my family, and the extraordinarily colorful welcome that we received from all the children as we approached this morning will be a memory for a lifetime.
It is my great privilege to be here in Indonesia.  My very first visit to Indonesia to represent the President of the United States of America, Donald Trump.  And I bring his greetings to you and his appreciation for your kindness and outreach since his election in November.
I know I’m the first member of President Trump’s administration to visit Southeast Asia, and the President sent me here — sent me here as a sign of the high value the United States places on our strategic partnership with Indonesia.  
As the second and third largest democracies in the world, our two countries share many common values — including freedom, the rule of law, human rights, and religious diversity.
The United States is proud to partner with Indonesia to promote and protect these values, the birthright of all people.  
And as President Widodo and I discussed under President Donald Trump, the United States and Indonesia are going to work even more closely together for the mutual benefit of our nations, our people, and for the benefit of Southeast Asia, as a whole.  
Economically, President Trump and I seek to expand the United States’ commercial relationship with Indonesia.  And the President and I spoke about that very openly today, and we look forward to those discussions continuing.
American companies have been doing business in Indonesia for years, and American products and services have contributed greatly to Indonesia’s economic development.  But we believe that we still have room for significant progress.
Under President Trump’s leadership, the United States seeks trade relationships that are both free and fair, that spur job creation, and economic growth for both parties.
As you, President Widodo, have said so often, we’re looking for a win-win relationship, and we’re confident that we can find it on an increasing basis.
We believe we must level the playing field, break down barriers to ensure that American exporters can fully participate in the Indonesia market, the same freedom that Indonesia exporters have had in many sectors in the United States for many years.
Mr. President, President Trump and I look forward to working with you to make progress for this objective and are grateful for your openness to our teams beginning those conversations in the coming weeks.
The United States is also proud to be one of Indonesia’s oldest and most engaged defense partners.  And under President Trump we are firmly committed to continuing to collaborate on the security of both of our peoples.  A stronger defense partnership will serve us well as we confront the various security threats and challenges that we now face.  And of course, one of the greatest threats we face is the rise and spread of terrorism. 
Sadly, Indonesia is no stranger to this evil, nor is the United States of America, as the President and I discussed.  The world watched with heartbreak in January of last year when ISIS-linked terrorists struck in central Jakarta in a barbaric suicide bombing.  Our hearts broke for your people.  This vile attack claimed the lives of five innocents, injured more than two dozen others.  What I can assure you and the people of Indonesia is that you had the condolences and the prayers of the American people as you confronted this tragedy.  
We too know the terrible cost of terrorism, and the United States stands with you to condemn it and to confront it.
We will also continue to work with Indonesia to defend the rules-based system that is the foundation for Southeast Asia’s peace and prosperity.  The United States will uphold the fundamental freedoms of navigation and overflight in the South China Sea and throughout the Asia Pacific; will ensure the unimpeded flow of lawful commerce; and promote peaceful diplomatic dialogue to address issues of regional and global concern.
Finally, with President Trump’s leadership, the United States intends to deepen our cultural ties with the nation and the good people of Indonesia.  Later today I’m greatly humbled to have the privilege to visit Indonesia’s national mosque, where I’ll have the opportunity to speak with leaders of many faiths.  
And, Mr. President, I’m very much looking forward to that visit and that honor.  
As the largest majority Muslim country, Indonesia’s tradition of moderate Islam, frankly, is an inspiration to the world.  And we commend you and your people. 
In your nation, as in mine, religion unifies — it doesn’t divide.  It gives us hope for a brighter future, and we are all grateful for the great inspiration that Indonesia provides for the world.
Rest assured, under President Trump, the United States welcomes all who share our values and strive for that brighter future.  Today on President Trump’s behalf, I have the privilege of reaffirming the United States’ strategic partnership with Indonesia and declaring our commitment to strengthen our bonds of friendship, commerce, and security.  
Today I say with confidence through our continued partnership, the United States and Indonesia will continue to maintain a peaceful, stable, and a prosperous Southeast Asia for the benefit of both of our nations and for the benefit of the world.    
So on behalf of President Trump, let me say again, President Widodo, thank you.  Thank you for your leadership.  Thank you for your hospitality.  And thank you for the opportunity to build on a foundation of friendship and partnership between our two nations.

Readout of the Vice President’s Meeting with Interfaith Religious Leaders #VPinASIA

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The White House
Office of the Vice President
For Immediate Release

Readout of the Vice President’s Meeting with Interfaith Religious Leaders

Today, Vice President Mike Pence participated in an interfaith dialogue with faith leaders of Islam, Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, and Confucianism at the conclusion of his tour of the Istiqlal Mosque in Jakarta, Indonesia. Vice President Pence expressed appreciation to Indonesia for its shared commitment to religious freedom and reaffirmed that the United States will continue to defend this fundamental freedom, at home and abroad.

The list of dialogue participants was as follows:

Muhammad Muzammil Basyuni – Head of Istiqlal, Mosque Management Body

Dr. Nasarudin Umar – Grand Imam of Istiqlal Mosque

Dr. Bahrul Hayat – Vice Chairman of the Executive Board, the Istiqlal Mosque

Rev. Dr. Henriette-Lebang – General Chairperson, Communion of Churches in Indonesia (CCI/PGI)

KS Arsana – Chairman for International Affairs, Parisada Hindu Dharma Indonesia (PHDI)

Dr. Uung Sendana L. Linggaraja – General Chairman of Supreme Council of Confucian, Religion in Indonesia (MATAKIN)

Ignatius Suharyo – Catholic Archbishop of Jakarta

Prof. Dr. Philip Wijaya – Former Secretary General, Indonesian Buddhists Association (Walubi)

Dr. Abdul Mu’ti – Secretary General, Muhammadiyah

Dr. Bahtiar Effendy – Chair of Muhammadiyah

Yahya Cholil Staquf – Secretary General, Nahdlatul Ulama (NU)

Dr. Marsudi Syuhud – Chair of Nahdlatul Ulama (NU)

Dr. Din Syamsuddin – Chairman of Advisory Board of the MUI

Yenny Wahid, Moderator – Director, The Wahid Institute

Diana Muzammil – Member of the Betawi Cultural Development Forum

Nasihin Hasan – Head of Research and Development, Indonesian Society for Organization of Islamic Cooperation (ISOIC)

Bunyan Saptomo – Secretary General of the Indonesian Society for Organization of Islamic Cooperation (ISOIC)

Vice President Mike Pence arrives in Indonesia

#VPinASIA Day Five: Vice President Mike Pence arrives in Indonesia

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We arrived late Wednesday in the capital city of Jakarta, Indonesia to continue our visit in the Asia-Pacific region. I am the first member of President Donald Trump’s administration to visit Southeast Asia, and the President asked for me to be here as a sign of the high value that the United States places on our strategic partnership with Indonesia.

I began Thursday morning meeting with the President of Indonesia, Joko Widodo. He and I discussed how, under President Trump, the United States and Indonesia will work even more closely together for the mutual benefit of our nations, our people, and for the benefit of Southeast Asia as a whole.

American companies have been doing business in Indonesia for years, and American products and services have contributed greatly to Indonesia’s economic development. But we still have room for significant progress. Under President Trump’s leadership, the United States seeks trade relationships that are both free and fair – that spur job creation and economic growth for both parties. The President and I look forward to working with President Widodo to make progress toward this objective.

Later, my team and I met with Indonesian Vice President Jusuf Kalla and Cabinet Ministers. I reaffirmed the United States’ strong, enduring commitment to the Asia-Pacific region and the Strategic Partnership with Indonesia. Vice President Kalla and I agreed to strengthen cooperation across a range of bilateral and regional issues, including bilateral trade and investment.

 After my meeting with Vice President Kalla and Cabinet Ministers, I was humbled to tour the Istiqlal Mosque. Holding 200,000 people, it’s the largest Mosque in the largest Muslim-majority country in the world.

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I was also deeply honored to meet with interfaith leaders of Islam, Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, and Confucianism at the conclusion of my tour to highlight Indonesia’s commitment to religious pluralism, tolerance, and freedom.

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The day continued with a productive meeting with the Young Southeast Asian Leaders Initiative (YSEALI). The future of Southeast Asia looks bright thanks to great programs like YSEALI that help prepare future business and civic leaders.

And finally, I concluded the evening with ASEAN leaders and informed them that President Trump will attend a summit with them in the Philippines in November. The President will also attend the East Asia Summit that same month.

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You can get the latest updates from my visit to the Asia-Pacific region by following the hashtag #VPinASIA, @VPComDir, and @VPPressSec on social media. There is an album on my Facebook page with photos from the trip. Each morning, you can also read a recap of the previous day here on

SOURCE:  Vice President MIKE PENCE

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