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Trump Schedule || Friday, September 29, 2017

10:00 am || Receives his daily intelligence briefing
11:00 am || Gives remarks to the National Association of Manufacturers; Washington
12:30 pm || Lunch with Vice President Pence and Florida Gov. Scott; Private Dining Room
3:00 pm || Departs White House
4:30 pm || Arrives at Trump National Golf Club – Bedminster, New Jersey

All times Eastern

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4 Responses to Trump Schedule || Friday, September 29, 2017

    • That’s a very good update on the Puerto Rico situation. The corporate media and the Democrats are already trying to blame Trump for not responding properly and we all know what they’re up to with that.
      Last I heard, there were still about 7,000 storage containers of emergency supplies for the hurricane victims still sitting in the port (in San Juan, I believe). The union leaders down there are refusing to deliver the needed supplies to people because of some squabble they are having with the government there. I’ve also heard the unions were told by Democrats in Washington to not deliver the supplies to people in order to make Trump look bad. Who knows for sure? No doubt the Democrats would rather see Puerto Ricans suffer or starve by refusing to deliver needed supplies if it made Trump look like he wasn’t doing his job (the old Bush/Katrina thing).

      At any rate, the site you shared shows we are doing a lot down there to get supplies at least brought to port, probably the best coordinated emergency response we’ve seen in a long time. Whether the people are actually getting the supplies from the port is another question, I suppose.

  1. CBS reported there was a shortage of 1,000 truck drivers to move the supplies from the port. They did not mention anything about any union involvement.

    Trump waived the Jones Act which is a law protect the maritime unions. As a side note some time back John McCain proposed the repeal of the Jones Act. It makes shipping goods to and from Puerto Rico and Hawaii much more expensive because the Act calls for only American flagged vessels carry goods between American ports. Many American owned ships are under a foreign flag.