Donald Trump First Stop on His ‘Thank You Tour’ to The Poeple for electing Him President in Cincinnati, OH
DONALD TRUMP THANKS THE PEOPLE …
At a Thank You rally in Cincinnati Ohio yesterday, Donald Trump wowed the crowd and thanked the people for electing him president. Trump stated, “We made history and the real work begins, .. although we did have a lot of fun fighting Hillary”. That was met by chants from the crowd of “lock her up.” Trump also called for all people to come together and focus on what unites us not divides us.
”THANK YOU” Rally in Cincinnati, Ohio (12-1-2016)
The first stop in President-elect Donald Trump’s “thank you tour” quickly turned into a victory lap for the real estate magnate to revel in his surprising win and bash the naysayers that believed he had no shot at the White House.
Trump’s Thursday speech in Ohio largely mirrored the popular rallies that were a mainstay of his presidential campaign. The businessman boasted about his upset of Hillary Clinton, railed against the media, and chided politicians that counted him out or refused to back him.
“Our victory was so great, we have the House, we have the Senate, we have the presidency,” Trump said at U.S. Bank Arena in Cincinnati. “People are constantly telling me and telling you to reduce our expectations. Now is not the time to downsize our dreams.”
He set his eyes on the “dishonest” media and the conventional wisdom that a blue wall in states like Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin would buoy Clinton no matter what happened.
“How about when a major anchor who hosted a debate started crying when she realized that we won?” Trump asked the booing crowd, referring to ABC News’ Martha Raddatz, who appeared to tear up during election coverage as Trump’s victory became apparent.
“[The media] was saying for months there was no way that Donald Trump can break that blue wall. We didn’t break it, we shattered that sucker. Man, that poor wall is busted up.”
And he criticized news outlets for waiting too long to call states like Pennsylvania, even when it became clear he was set to win.
Trump also took a shot at Ohio Gov. John Kasich, who was a vocal opponent of the president-elect and never endorsed him, saying he didn’t get support from “the upper echelon of politician” in the state.
Trump’s off-the-cuff remarks may have taken his own team by surprise: He announced at the rally that he was in fact tapping retired Marine Gen. James Mattis for Defense Secretary. The news had broken hours before in reports from CNN and Military Times, but Trump spokesman Jason Miller tweeted that no decision had been made. Trump told the crowd to keep the announcement under wraps, as it wasn’t supposed to be made public until Monday.
A FANTASTIC PICK!!!
Yesterday, at a post-election thank you tour stop in Cincinnati, Ohio, president-elect Donald Trump announced to the audience that he will be picking retired Marine Gen. James “Mad Dog” Mattis for Secretary of Defense. Mattis, 66, served more than four decades in the Marine Corps and as reported is known as one of the most influential military leaders of his generation, a strategic thinker who occasionally drew rebukes for his aggressive talk. Which makes him perfect to dismantle the PC nonsense that has spread to the military. Mattis is known for being a Marine’s marine. Even some on the Left were impressed by the selection. Rep. Adam Schiff (CA), the top Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee, praised President-elect Donald Trump’s nomination of retired Marine Corp General James “Mad Dog” Mattis. I guarantee there were cheers across out military both here and abroad when this was announced. This is one impressive individual.
President-elect Donald Trump said Thursday he has chosen retired Marine Gen. James N. Mattis, who has said that responding to “political Islam” is the major security issue facing the United States, to be secretary of defense.
“We are going to appoint Mad Dog Mattis as our secretary of defense,” Trump told a rally in Cincinnati, the first stop on a post-election “thank-you tour.”
Trump joked that the media and audience should keep the news to themselves. “We are going to be announcing him Monday of next week,” Trump said. “Keep it inside the room.”
Mattis, who retired as chief of U.S. Central Command in 2013, has often said that Washington lacks an overall strategy in the Middle East, opting to instead handle issues in an ineffective one-by-one manner.
“Is political Islam in the best interest of the United States?” Mattis said at the Heritage Foundation in 2015, speaking about the separate challenges of the Islamic State and Iranian-backed terrorism. “I suggest the answer is no, but we need to have the discussion. If we won’t even ask the question, how do we even recognize which is our side in a fight?”
1. “I don’t lose any sleep at night over the potential for failure. I cannot even spell the word.”
2. “The first time you blow someone away is not an insignificant event. That said, there are some assholes in the world that just need to be shot.”
3. “I come in peace. I didn’t bring artillery. But I’m pleading with you, with tears in my eyes: If you fuck with me, I’ll kill you all.”
(San Diego Union Tribune)
4. “Find the enemy that wants to end this experiment (in American democracy) and kill every one of them until they’re so sick of the killing that they leave us and our freedoms intact.”
5. “Be polite, be professional, but have a plan to kill everybody you meet.” (more)
Nancy Pelosi Addresses Media after House Democrat Leadership Elections, Nov. 30, 2016 After Winning Minority Leader Again
Good Grief, all one has to do is watch and listen to the video below of Rep. Nancy Pelosi below and scratch your head as to how this woman was put back in power again for the Democrat party. In a time where America says drain the swamp, Democrats kept the status quo across the board. During a presser after the House Democrat Leadership Elections on Nov. 30, 2016, Pelosi blabbered on about something. Is this the change that America wanted? Hardly.
The Democrat party is now the party of the tone deaf and power-establishment elite.
A NOTE TO MSM AND OBAMA … HOW CAN SAVING JOBS FOR AMERICAN WORKERS BE A BAD THING?
President-elect Donald Trump has not even taken the oath of office yet and he has delivered on campaign promises (video). Not only has he saved Ford workers jobs, an act that went under-reported bt the MSM, he has also now saved 1000′s of jobs for American workers that were slated to move to Mexico by Carrier. Donald Trump and Mike Pence are supposed to travel to the Carrier plant and meet with the workers. This is a huge boost to the incoming president-elect’s presidency as he shows not only can he talk the talk, but he also delivers.
This is called a good start America!!!
This is how you gain credibility … doing what you say and promise
Donald Trump staked his credibility as a negotiator — the underpinning of his grand entrance to politics — on a very specific claim.
He wouldn’t just stop the trend of globalization and outsourcing. He’d convince Carrier — an Indianapolis-based air-conditioning manufacturer — to abandon its plans to eliminate more than 2,000 Hoosier jobs and shift its production to Mexico.
Well before even taking office, he’s delivered — Tuesday night the company announced it would keep about 1,000 of those jobs in Indiana.
A note to the MSM and to Democrats, the people who’s jobs were saved and those who will have their jobs saved in the future do not care how Trump got this deal done. They care that they have a job, they care they can feed their family, they care they can put gifts under the Christmas tree for their children and they care they will not be unemployed. DON’T YOU PEOPLE GET THIS? This is why Democrats, the Left, liberals and the MSM lost the last election. They do not connect, nor understand the American working people.
From Fox & Friends, take a good look at how real Americans feel about their job being saved, and they were a life-long Democrat
How sad, this is how a bitter and failure of a presidency reacts to success that they could not do in 8 years … they try and downplay the news
TRUMP SAYS DRAIN THE SWAMP AND DEMOCRATS STAND FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT STATUS QUO …
If you ever want to know why Democrats lost the 2016 elections one has to look no further than how they have handled themselves following the election. Yesterday, in a closed door vote, House Democratic minority leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) held off a challenge to her long leadership reign, defeating Rep. Tim Ryan (D-OH) 134 votes to 63. After Democrats got hammered in the 2016 elections seeing them lose the White House to Donald Trump, continue to be in the minority in the House and Senate, lose governorship’s and state house elections, the party that refuses to listen to the people opted to keep Pelosi and her top lieutenants, Reps. Steny Hoyer (MD) and Jim Clyburn (SC). This is just remarkable. The Democrat party is no longer the party of the middle class and blue collar people, its the party of the power elite who are so far out of touch with the American people. Democrats in Washington appear to like the swamp and just voted back in the establishment just after a referendum election against the establishment. Just how clueless is the Democrat party, the GOP is certainly rejoicing.
House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) on Wednesday fended off a challenge to her long leadership reign, defeating Rep. Tim Ryan (D-Ohio) in a closed-door vote prompted largely by Donald Trump’s unlikely ascension to the White House.
Pelosi got 134 votes to Ryan’s 63 — winning 68 percent of the votes after declaring before the election that she had the support of two-thirds of the caucus. The victory sends a message that while there’s a growing appetite for major changes in the party’s leadership structure and messaging tactics, it’s not strong enough to loosen Pelosi’s grip on a liberal-heavy group that’s rarely challenged her authority.
Ryan and his supporters had argued that the Democrats’ grim performance in this year’s elections — the latest in a string of cycles planting Republicans firmly in the majority — was a clear signal that Pelosi’s leadership strategy has failed to attract the broad coalition of voters required to return the Speaker’s gavel to the Democrats’ hands.
The critics pointed, in particular, to the party’s alienation of the middle-class Rust Belt workers, who flocked to Trump and secured victories for a long list of vulnerable Republicans down the ballot. Ryan, who represents an Ohio manufacturing district that’s struggled to keep pace with globalization and rebound from the Great Recession, said he was the right fit to make inroads with those voters.
Most Democrats disagreed, opting to keep Pelosi and her top lieutenants — Reps. Steny Hoyer (Md.) and Jim Clyburn (S.C.) — in charge of efforts to improve the party’s fortunes heading into the 2018 midterm elections.