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Unfortunately, we are not there yet.“Last year, I also pledged that we would work with our allies to extinguish ISIS from the face of the Earth.
One year later, I am proud to report that the coalition to defeat ISIS has liberated almost 100 percent of the territory once held by these killers in Iraq and Syria. We will continue our fight until ISIS is defeated.....“Our warriors in Afghanistan also have new rules of engagement.
Trump called Tuesday for bipartisanship and united efforts to make America better. He represented an agenda; now he must deliver it so voters will realize he has worked hard to meet his commitments....“Mr.
Trump should (also) put more of his focus on jobs, paychecks and rising consumer and business confidence.
Trump doesn’t get the bill without Ryan’s unstinting support and, most important, knowledge, with of course some credit also going to Senate Majority Leader Mitch Mc Connell.
I will remind you, though, that I knew enough following passage of the tax bill that President Trump’s approval ratings, abysmal in the immediate aftermath, could easily improve once people began to understand the benefits (and receive same) and that is indeed the case.
On a different topic, you also may have noticed I said virtually zero last week about President Trump’s speech in Davos, which many fawned over, and I have virtually zero to say about the State of the Union while others sing hosannas and the polls afterward show solid support for Trump’s performance. We are talking about a man, our president, whose ‘word’ is meaningless.
I’m glad he can stick to a script, as he did in both cases, but haven’t we learned anything the past year, and then some going back to the campaign?
And the agenda he laid out was, with few exceptions, a thinly detailed retread of past pronouncements.“Trump was predictably full of praise for himself and his administration, citing the ‘incredible progress and extraordinary success’ achieved in his first year.
I’m the ‘wait 24 hours’ guy and while I’ve been following the whole Russian collusion, Steele dossier, and alleged abuse at the FBI and Department of Justice stories every day as much as anyone, giving both CNN and Fox News equal time for my personal attention, and having just watched Sean Hannity tonight, as I do virtually every night because I view it as part of my job, I sure as hell am not making any broad, sweeping statements on the release of the memo from Republicans on the House Intelligence Committee.
I have comments below on the process and more, but I am sick of about 25 individuals on both sides of the political aisle. Wake me up when the Mueller investigation is complete, as well as the Department of Justice’s inspector general report that most Americans, I guarantee, don’t even know is of critical importance and is coming soon. We have to believe in his impartiality to do the job and draw the proper conclusions.
But if Trump is seriously considering attacking North Korea (a very bad idea, for reasons Cha spelled out in The Post), he gave no hint of it in the State of the Union.
You would think that if the administration is seriously considering going to war – and all indications are that it is – the president would want to make the case to the public for why military action is necessary....“Trump’s outrage over North Korea’s human rights abuses, and those in Iran, Cuba and Venezuela, is undermined by the fact that he had nothing to say about human rights abuses in countries whose rulers he plainly admires.
What the heck does a statement on X, Y or Z mean in a speech when you know he can adopt a totally different position within 24 hours? I’ll admit I watched the State of the Union because I was curious if Trump would take the opportunity to give the man sitting behind him, Speaker Paul Ryan, credit for the tax act.