President Donald Trump Tells Midshipman at 2018 Annapolis Commencement Speech: “America Is Back!” (VIDEO)
FUTURE HEROES OF AMERICA GRADUATE NAVAL ACADEMY …
During President Donald Trump’s speech at the 2018 Commencement at the U.S. Naval Academy, he made one thing perfectly clear, “America Is Back!” Gone are the days of America apologizing to anyone President Trump stated. Which is a direct slap back at former president Obama.
“We are not going to apologize for America, we are going to stand up for America. No more apologies. We are going to stand up for our citizens, we are going to stand up for our values and we are going to stand up for our men and women in uniform,” Trump said. “Yes, they are respecting us again. Yes, America is back.”
Trump also touted victory as a paramount virtue during his speech, calling it “a very important word.”
“Winning is such a great feeling isn’t it? Nothing like winning,”
President Donald Trump stayed after his speech and congratulated every Naval Academy graduate, go to 2:01:00 in full video below. It was a personal touch provided by President Trump, where you could tell he was proud to shake the hands of the Naval graduates. Yes, America is back!!!
President Trump tells Naval Academy graduates ‘they are respecting us again’ President Trump on Friday touted his efforts to strengthen the U.S. miry, telling graduates of the U.S. Naval Academy that they are joining “the greatest fighting force for peace, justice, and freedom in the history of the world.” “In case you haven’t noticed, we have become a lot stronger lately,” Trump said during a commencement address. “A lot. We are not going to apologize for America. We are going to stand up for America. No more apologies.” Speaking to roughly 1,000 graduates at Corps Memorial Stadium in Annapolis, Md., Trump said his efforts have boosted the nation’s prestige in the eyes of the world. “We’ve regained our identity. We’ve recovered our stride,” Trump said, adding that “yes, they are respecting us again” and ”yes, America is back.”
President Trump delivers the commencement address at the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, MD (FULL VIDEO)
68% OF AMERICANS CREDIT TRUMP FOR MAKING AMERICAN ECONOMY GREAT AGAIN …
According to a recent CBS News Nation tracker poll, 68% of Americans give President Donald Trump the credit for the good economy we are currently experiencing. OUCH, that has to sting the liberal MSM. With all of the negative press coverage provided by the MSM, it would appear that Americans could care less what the bias media has to say and are looking at their wallets, pocketbooks and around them for themselves. The poll also states that 7 in 10 of whom say they’d prefer a candidate he backs and view Trump as a positive factor. Maybe the idiotic establishment GOP would like to get on board with the American people ahead of the 2018 primaries.
What does this mean? The closer we get to the 2018 midterm elections, the more the American people are favoring Trump and the GOP. The once huge double digit lead by Democrats in the polls are gone. Americans no longer have to listen to the Democrat and liberal media rhetoric, they can evaluate the results of Trump’s policies for themselves. Blue wave, really? Haven’t we seen this game play out before the 2016 elections when the LEFT said Hillary Clinton was a sure thing and the Democrats were going to take back the House and the Senate?
Nearly 2 in 3 Americans think the nation’s economy is in good shape, and most of them believe President’s Trump’s policies are at least somewhat responsible for that. More Republicans rate the economy positively than do Democrats.
As Congressional primaries continue and Americans look ahead six months to their midterm votes, Mr. Trump looks like a positive factor among Republicans, 7 in 10 of whom say they’d prefer a candidate he backs — but the president’s influence is limited to his own party. More Independents say they’re less likely to support a candidate backed by Mr. Trump.
The economy and the president’s support
This survey has followed the levels of Trump support and opposition over time. Today, buoyed by their feelings that the economy is at least somewhat good, the ranks of Mr. Trump’s strongest backers have risen to 22 percent from 18 percent back in January. Many of these backers had previously adopted a wait-and-see approach, labeling themselves as more conditional in their support a few months ago. Supporters overall – both strong and conditional — together remain less than a majority, however, while the ranks of the strongest Trump opponents have remained steady.
PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP ROCKS THE CROWD AT THE ANNUAL NRA LEADERSHIP COUNCIL …
If you want your Second Amendment protected and a continuation of the amazing economy we are experiencing, the record low unemployment and tax breaks, then all of you who came out and voted for Donald Trump in the 2016 elections, better get off your butts in 2018 and elect Republicans who will support and vote for the Trump agenda.
President Trump says gun rights don’t originate from government but “our sacred rights, given to us by God.”
Trump said the Second Amendment is currently under siege, but as long as he’s president, his administration will defend the right to bear arms. [...]
The crowd cheered when Trump told the story of a political adviser telling him it could be unpopular to speak to the NRA.
“You know what I said? ‘Bye bye, gotta get on the plane,’ because we have to do the right thing,” he said.
Trump called out a new story about the federal judge in the Paul Manafort case harshly rebuking Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s team, suggesting they lied about the scope of the investigation, are seeking “unfettered power” and are more interested in bringing down Trump.
“It’s a witch hunt,” he told the crowd, adding he “loves fighting these battles.”
BOOM!!! ADP/Moody’s Analytics: Private Payrolls Grow by 234,000 in January 2018 vs 185,000 Expected (VIDEO)
AND THE TRUMP ECONOMY AND JOBS KEEPS ON COMING …
From CNBC comes the following fantastic jobs news … ADP and Moody’s Analytics state that private companies hired 234,000 jobs in January, 2018. That is far above the 185,000 jobs that was expected. Of the 234,000 jobs, 212,000 new jobs were service related, manufacturing added 12,000 and construction added 9,000. At this rate we are going to run out of workers to fill the jobs and then look for wages to truly increase as companies vie for talent.
- Private companies hired 234,000 jobs in January, well above expectations for 185,000, according to ADP and Moody’s Analytics.
- Service-related industries led with 212,000 new jobs; manufacturing added 12,000 and construction 9,000.
- The report often differs significantly from the government’s more closely watched nonfarm payrolls count, with ADP reporting growth of 242,000 in December vs. the Labor Department’s 148,000.
The new year got off to a strong start for job creation, with businesses adding 234,000 in January, according to a report Wednesday from ADP and Moody’s Analytics.
Economists surveyed by Reuters had been looking for private payrolls to grow by 185,000.
Job creation was concentrated largely in service-related industries, which contributed 212,000 to the total.
Within that sector some of the better-paying industries showed solid gains: Trade, transportation and utilities led with 51,000, education and health services added 47,000 and professional and businesses services contributed 46,000. Leisure and hospitality services also grew by 46,000.
“The job market juggernaut marches on,” Mark Zandi, chief economist at Moody’s Analytics, said in a statement. “Given the strong January job gain, 2018 is on track to be the eighth consecutive year in which the economy creates over 2 million jobs. If it falls short, it is likely because businesses can’t find workers to fill all the open job positions.”
ADP’s latest count comes with the national unemployment rate at 4.1 percent, though wage pressures remain muted. Economic growth overall has been solid, with the Atlanta Fed projecting the economy to grow 4.2 percent in the first quarter.
In an interview with CNBC, Zandi said the current pace of job growth suggests an unemployment rate of 3.5 percent by the end of 2018
PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP’S STATE OF THE UNION ADDRESS WAS A SMASHING SUCCESS … TRUMP IS MAKING AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!
According to a CBS News/YouGov poll that was taken following last nights State of the Union Address, an overwhelming 75% of those polled approved of President Donald Trump’s speech, while only 25% disapproved. The libs at CBS were not available for comment after the amazingly great poll ratings for Trump. Across the board, President Trump received stellar marks as compared to what the liberal MSM, Democrats and the LEFT has been spewing against him. When asked whether Trump should be given credit for the economy, 54% said a lot, 18% said some and 13% said a little. Only 15% said not much or none. Wait until the Trump-GOP tax cuts take affect and we shall see these numbers go even higher. Also, a remarkable 72% said the were in favor of Trump’s immigration plan.
Keep in mind while reading the poll results, according to the poll demographics, 52% were Trump supporters, 32% Trump opponents and 16% something in between. Also, 42% Republican, 25% Democrat and 33% Independent. Thus, there were a lot of Democrats and nearly most all Independents liked what President Trump was saying last night. An incredible 81% stated that the speech was trying to unite the country.
Three in four Americans who tuned in to President Trump’s State of the Union address tonight approved of the speech he gave. Just a quarter disapproved.
How did the speech make you feel?
Eight in 10 Americans who watched tonight felt that the president was trying to unite the country, rather than divide it. Two-thirds said the speech made them feel proud, though just a third said it made them feel safer. Fewer said the speech made them feel angry or scared.
Credit for the economy
And after hearing him speak tonight, 54 percent of speech watchers give him a lot of credit for the current state of the nation’s economy, up from 51 percent before they watched the State of the Union.
Hey Democrats, how are the November midterms looking?