In the history of mankind, many republics have risen, have flourished for a less or greater time, and then have fallen because their citizens lost the power of governing themselves and thereby of governing their state. TR


Obama Schedule || Thursday, July 28, 2016

11:30 am || Receives the Presidential Daily Briefing

All times Eastern
Live stream of the White House briefing at 1:00 pm

24 thoughts on “Obama Schedule || Thursday, July 28, 2016”

  1. Really? He gets home a little late and needs an extra hour to start his oh so busy Thursday schedule?? Obama would never have cut it if he had a job in the real world.

  2. I enjoyed that Leon Panetta was interrupted when he stood there praising the warmongering Hillary. The crowds , probably Sanders followers, shouted “lies”, “no more wars”. I read that Panetta looked “flustered”.
    I also particularily enjoyed that Trump called for Russia to expose Hillarys deleted or lost e-mails. Oh, the MSM went crazy, CNNs Christiane Amanpour couldn´t hide her rage. They called Trump a security risk, unhinged, unsuitable to lead a country, oh, it was hilarious. But they apparently have nothing against a candidate who deletes, hides and is criminally careless about her e-mails. This is great comedy.
    Sanders has now left the Democrats and is Independent again. Is it a subtle message ? Will this hurt Hillary ? He betrayed and deserted many people when he suddenly supported Hillary. To remain an honourable man he should have just left, in my opinion.

    1. I was just thinking I hadn’t seen a post from you in awhile and here you are, Swedish Lady. I always enjoy your perspective. Panetta did look flustered. It was the best part of the night. Anyone who listened to Trump couldn’t misunderstand his meaning, except of course for the biased press and the unhinged progressives. They’re all enraged, wrongly thinking he’s trying to rig the election while ignoring the proof that Hillary and the DNC have done just that. This would be hilarious if so much wasn’t at stake. In the meantime, Crooked Hillary is going to have some speech tomorrow. She’s going to promise to fix the huge mess Obama made, while from the other side of her mouth, she’s going to tell us everything is great and she’s going to continue his policies. And the lapdogs in the press will just eat it up.

      1. Oh, thank you, Trouble. I have been here for many years, I like Keith and the people here, I really learn and enjoy your perspectives, but I have sometimes wondered if some people feel that I should mind my ( or Europes ) own business and not be a “besserwisser” here. But you are all so tolerant and I do think that whatever happens in US politics, especially foreign politics, is so very important to us all wherever we are. Also, I have some close ties with the US.

        1. swedishlady, I believe I speak for many posters here at WHD, when I say that your perspective on current events in Europe is always welcome and always interesting.

        2. I too have long enjoyed your comments, your perspective on US issues and for me your informative information on European issues, often neglected by US media.

          We’re all in this together.

        3. We are all WHDers! Plus now we can check off the multicultural box. :)

          For me, your comments are welcome and appreciated.

        4. Yes, SL – you are much appreciated.
          I am curious – how did you find this blog? I happened on because of a link I followed.

          1. Aileen, thank you. I don´t really remember how I found this blog but I believe it was during the campaign Barry-Hillary. I realized there was something absolutely false and fake about Barry ( fake Hillary was doomed and bound to lose then ) . The constant Teleprompter made Barry look like a tennis spectator. And Keith probably wrote something great about it in an article that got posted on Drudge Report that I already had stumbled upon when I was seeking information. And here I stayed….

          1. AFVeT, love you too.
            My queens disappeared in the spring so the daughters gave up too, sigh, a tragedy in the garden. We will take a break this summer and try again next year. Dealing with the honey took some time and made my kitchen messy, now I have time to make edible ( ? ) things from cherries and gooseberrys instead, jams, jellies, chutney. But I miss my little ladies, though.

        5. SL, you bring a respected and very interesting perspective here, and that helps us round out the issues under discussion. Stick around.

  3. So the Clintons again, forgot to disclose a $2.35million donation to their foundation by Russians involved in the uranium deal Hillary signed off on while SoS.
    Hello, media, here’s the Russian connection you were trying, oh so hard to pin on Trump.

  4. Hello Everybody! I’ve been following your posts for quite awhile. Swedish Lady, as everybody above says, your thoughts are greatly appreciated. Just wanted to let you know and that’s why I decided to enter the blogworld.

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