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 || Saturday, October 19 to Sunday, October 20

President Trump is in Washington. He has no publicly scheduled events.

8 thoughts on “Trump Schedule || Saturday, October 19 to Sunday, October 20”

  1. Maybe he is in the War Room — Using the committee approach to every problem that the past 3 presidents used — to solve issues… Like how committees got a wall started at the border or got agreements going with all kinds of places we never had any movement… or how we got the NATO members off their lazy asses to to pay more of their share…. committees…

    Or.. Maybe DJT is himself making things happen…

  2. Keith — does Hillary still have control of the Democrat party — remember how she paid the party’s debts and had them sign an agreement that gave her power over the party? (So that Bernie’s campaign was really just a farce to make it look as if Hillary had an opponent for the 2016 nomination?) Is that agreement still in place? Is she still running the party? Did they get out of that agreement? If not, she’s the king-maker still, yes?

    1. I wasn’t aware of any of that. Very interesting. One wonders what impact she has now on the day to day machinations going on inside the Democrat party, the candidates, etc.

        1. That is a flat out amazing article….unknown to most people, and it’s in Politico to boot– so you know the top officials in the Democrat party had to be beyond angry at the corrupt behavior of the Hillary people for them to say what they said in the article about Hillary’s shenanigans.

          Had this situation been about Trump or his campaign people, the corporate media would have had page one stories for months telling us how corrupt the Republican leadership was.

    1. Collins has a fairly formidable opponent for her next election–Sara Gideon–a lefty Democrat who is getting a huge amount of support from Democrat PACS. The polls have been interesting showing Collins’ approval ratings basically higher than Gideon’s, but with interesting changes of marginal difference in approval ratings over time between the two. My guess is that Collins will win but by a narrow margin. Collins will have to fight harder than ever to win this time. It will probably be the Independent vote that will save Collins.

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