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Trump Speech Tag

President Donald Trump presented his agenda in front of Congress on Tuesday night. For the first time since he announced his candidacy, Trump sounded presidential and smooth. Kemberlee reported he will speak about these topics:
  • Tax and regulatory reform
  • Making the workplace better for working parents
  • Obamacare reform
  • Education
  • Rebuilding the military
  • Taking care of veterans

President Donald Trump came out to the CPAC stage to loud cheers and USA chants. He spoke for almost 45 minutes at CPAC to a full house where he again attacked the press, but also reiterated his campaign promises. "The media didn't think we'd win," he reminded the crowd. "The pundits didn't think we'd win. They all underestimated the power of the people."

For those who've been subjected to the MSM's cavalcade of criticism of President Trump's press conference of yesterday, some welcome relief from Ann Coulter's corner. On Sean Hannity's radio show yesterday, chatting with witty and insightful guest host Mark Simone, the inimitable Ann offered up these observations:
  • Trump's performance was "magnificent"—Ann could watch it "over and over again."
  • She notes Trump mentioning that CNN is not just all anti-Trump, but "there's so much hatred for me."
  • On courts ruling against exec order: it's as if the New York Times and Salon editors are "running the court system."
  • Ann wants Trump out there more: "a once a week press conference would be fantastic."
  • The left has three responses when they can't answer you. If they absolutely can't call you stupid, they call you crazy, ugly, or they just exclaim 'I can't even.'"
  • Mark Simone adds: "a racist is what a liberal calls you when they're losing the argument."

On January 20, 2017, at 11:51 am ET, Donald Trump delivered his first speech as American president. With several former presidents -- including the first Black president, Barack Obama -- reportedly squirming uncomfortably behind him, President Trump spoke to the thousands gathered in attendance with these words, delivered the most pro-African American inaugural address in recent history:
Americans want great schools for their children, safe neighborhoods for their families, and good jobs for themselves. These are the just and reasonable demands of a righteous public.

President-elect Donald J. Trump's inauguration is finally here.  We'll be streaming live coverage and updating throughout the day as events unfold. Highlights that I am eagerly anticipating: 12:00 p.m. (EST):  Vice-president Elect Mike Pence requested that Justice Thomas swear him into office.  This is a hugely historic moment, and I think it will be a wonderful thing to witness.  Pence is also going to use Reagan's Bible for his swearing in; again, an historic choice.

President-Elect Donald Trump released a video message for Thanksgiving, vowing to heal the wounds of the campaign and for the nation to come together: TRANSCRIPT:
We are very blessed to call this nation our home. And that is what America is: it is our home. It’s where we raise our families, care for our loved ones, look out for our neighbors, and live out our dreams. It is my prayer, that on this Thanksgiving, we begin to heal our divisions and move forward as one country, strengthened by a shared purpose and very, very common resolve. In declaring this national holiday, President Lincoln called upon Americans to speak with “one voice and one heart.” That’s just what we have to do.
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