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

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Trump Schedule || Saturday, January 9 – Sunday, January 10, 2021

President Trump is at the White House. He has no publicly scheduled events.

6 thoughts on “Trump Schedule || Saturday, January 9 – Sunday, January 10, 2021”

  1. Lord, I hope this day is good. We’re feeling empty and misunderstood. (Don Williams) 10 days. Let it go and move on. The quest isn’t over but this election really is quite done. Focus on 2022.

  2. I don’t see any difference between the left’s public response to the rioting that went on for months and Trump’s (in the moment) public response to the sacking of congress. They were both wrong and encouraged a bad situation. The left never came around but I think the president’s administration eventually did.

    I also don’t understand exactly what Trump did (aside from what is stated above) to inspire the maniacal blitz from every angle of the press (including Drudge!!) to make everyone think he is a stark-raving maniac that is about to ‘hit the button’. Can someone explain this to me in factual statements?

    If you believed the press, one would be afraid he is going to launch nukes at his own people for cripes sake.

    1. Beammeup, if by “factual statements” you mean you want to be shown actual statements made by President Trump to support the belief that he is a “stark-raving maniac that is about to hit the button”, there are none to the best of my knowledge. As to “launching nukes”, this has been going around ever since Hilary, during the campaign, stated “You don’t want this crazy guy to have access to the nuclear code”. I remember that well; there were guys at my gym going around saying they would not sleep well if this crazy guy was elected president and had access to the nuclear code. They truly believed it!

      1. Some had the same “concerns” about Reagan 40 years ago. I was too young to vote for him in ’80, but I supported him and people would tell me, “Do you want to be drafted? Do you want a nuclear war?” Of course the other criticism was he was “just an actor” – conveniently ignoring the fact that he had been governor of California for eight years (and I was living in California and having this conversation with Californians!)

  3. Do you remember LBJ’ “Daisy” commercial that sunk Goodwater? It showed a small girl picking daisies and a nuclear mushroom cloud in the background.

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