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


Trump Schedule || Thursday, August 31, 2017

10:30 am || Receives his daily intelligence briefing
11:00 am || Meets with National Security Advisor H.R. McMaster
1:30 pm || Meets with the Director of the Office of Management and Budget Mick Mulvaney

All times Eastern except as noted
Briefing is TBD

5 thoughts on “Trump Schedule || Thursday, August 31, 2017”

  1. What it seems we have here in the upper echelon is a awful case of soi-disant( swah-dee-ZAHNG) French word for: the self-proclaimed, so called, by themselves. It appears the intellects grow their brain so large, their eyes turn in, rendering sight only to the tip of the nose.

  2. OT..Swedishlady, what is being reported in Sweden regarding the police officer who was stabbed? I’ve not seen details regarding his condition or the identity of the attacker, who was arrested. I could hazard a guess as to why that is…..

  3. OT…we have now reached 3% GDP growth, a number all the smart set, the anti-Trumpers, the lefty economists, the newspaper editorials told us was absolutely impossible, a foolish dream, a ridiculous goal. They told us that as recently as last month.

    “Strong Revisions Boost GDP Growth to 3 Percent”

    And we reached it in the second quarter of the Trump administration. POW!

    A 3 percent GDP rate will produce 12 million new jobs and $10 trillion additional economic activity over the next ten years.

    Under Obama, “normal” was economic failure, leading to Obama’s strong desire of the death of the United States, a never ending economic depression. That was normal, business as usual for Obama.

    Under Trump, normal is MAGA. No wonder the Washington Post buried this GDP story on page 16. They were, as usual, wrong about everything they wrote about Trump and his economic policies. They don’t want their readers to know that.

    Look at what the NYT wrote in June 2016:
    “If Donald Trump were elected president and put in his stated policies, the United States would experience a lengthy recession, enormous job losses, much higher interest rates and diminished long-term growth prospects.”

    As usual, NYT let its lefty agenda determine its editorial policy. And it was wrong yet again.

    We’re on our way.

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