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Photo of the Day || Something ​You Never Saw Obama Do

Especially while on vacation.

But of course, despite daily press conferences, President Trump is somehow oppressing the press and destroying the First Amendment.

President Donald J. Trump talks to members of the press aboard Air Force One Thursday, Aug. 15, 2019, during his return trip to Bedminster, N.J. (Official White House Photo by Joyce N. Boghosian)

6 thoughts on “Photo of the Day || Something ​You Never Saw Obama Do”

  1. He seems to be always available to answer questions. Unlike Obama who fielded questions like “what’s your favorite ice cream” or “tighty whities or boxers”, MrTrump is given serious questions, sometimes mean-spirited, but mostly pertaining to current events.

    The surprising thing about MrTrump’s willingness to chat away, he never gives up the real answer, the secret intelligence, nothing that would frighten the citizens or our enemies.

    ot: There are discussions out here in fly-over country that maybe we’ve been making mistakes for decades – we should have been looking for the non-professional politician, the working man or farmer, the CEO, the citizen who knows how things work.
    He is absolutely amazing how he can get things changed, get it done in the face of horrible challenges, and it’s all to the good.

    1. Much of the corporate media suffered from Stockholm Syndrome during the Obama years. And still do, I believe. As a reminder, Stockholm Syndrome is a condition which causes hostages to develop a psychological alliance with their captors during captivity. These alliances result from a bond formed between captor (Obama and the Democrats) and captives (Big shot corporate media elites). During the Obama years, if you listened carefully, you could hear corporate media whispering to Obama, who basically cowed and whipped them into submission to his will: “Thank you, sir. May I have another.”

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