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 || Sunday, June 30, 2019

9:00 pm || Delivers remarks to Korean business leaders; Seoul, Republic of Korea
10:10 pm || Meets with South Korean President Moon; Blue House, Seoul, Republic of Korea
12:05 am || Holds a press conference with South Korean President Moon; Seoul, Republic of Korea
1:35 am || Views North Korea and the Korean demilitarized zone. The president is expected to meet with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un
1:55 am || Meets with South Korean and U.S.service members: Korean demilitarized zone
3:30 am || Delivers remarks to United States service members Osan Air Base, Korea
4:30 am || Departs Seoul, South Korea
8:30 pm || Arrives White House

All times Eastern, which is 13 hours behind South Korean time

7 thoughts on “Trump Schedule || Sunday, June 30, 2019”

  1. Elsewhere, in Teheran-on-the-Willamette (which you might know as Portland), journalist Andy Ngo was hospitalized last night, with a brain bleed no less, after terrorist group Antifa hit him with milkshakes mixed with cement.

    There are multiple federal criminal statutes that at a minimum have some very high penalties, and at the top end could potentially make this a capital offense. I

    Conspiracy Against Rights (Title 18, United States Code, Chapter 13, Section 241) is an obvious one. Ngo was exercising his right to freedom of the press; they attempted to kill him for exercising that right. That makes it a capital offense.

    And for me, honestly, that’s open and shut. Go directly to Terre Haute, and once you’re done with this mortal coil and burning in Hell, give my regards to Hassan Hanafi and the rest of the real enemies of a free press.

    Side rant: How ’bout it, Reporters Without Borders? You chowderheads gonna make a statement on a journalist nearly getting killed, in broad blazing daylight, in the country that gave us the First Amendment?

    (Of note: As of this writing, the most recent tweet from @RSF_inter was a one-year retrospective on the Capital Gazette shooting.)

    But back to my main point. Quick drying cement is caustic when wet, which would qualify it as weapon of mass destruction. Yes, really. The authority here is Ibid., Chapter 113B, Section 2332a, which defines them, in part, as:

    “any weapon that is designed or intended to cause death or serious bodily injury through the release, dissemination, or impact of toxic or poisonous chemicals, or their precursors[.]” (emphasis mine)

    Penalty here, life imprisonment, even if there are no fatalities.

    Government officials looking the other way, while domestic terrorists run rampant, should be an offense, too, but oh well.

    Anyway…is anyone else as pissed off as I am about this?

    1. An update:

      RWB did finally put a statement out yesterday, two days after the fact.

      See here:

      I’ll be the first to admit that sometimes, there is merit in getting the facts straight before hitting Publish. That said, if you’re going to let the story cool for the facts, then you’d better not inject opinions, such as, I don’t know, calling someone “far right,” maybe?

      That they waited that long, and editorialized about how they don’t like him, makes this look less like a genuine statement of universal principles, and more like a post hoc CYA.

      But maybe I’m just being cynical.

  2. Meanwhile tweets are going out from the left wing pundit-industrial complex that he got what he deserved for “provoking peaceful demonstrators.”

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