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Of course - from the Washington Examiner:

Trey Gowdy: FBI withheld 'game changer' transcript material from FISA Court
Former Rep. Trey Gowdy, R-S.C., says there are unreleased transcripts of recorded conversations between FBI informants and former Trump campaign associate George Papadopoulos that “has the potential to be a game changer.”

In a Fox News interview with Maria Bartiromo on Sunday, the former House Oversight Committee chairman said when the FBI listens in on phone calls or sends in an informant wearing a wire then “there’s a transcript of that” and that “one in particular has the potential to actually persuade people.”

In laying out a series of questions about the origins of the counterintelligence investigation into President Trump's campaign and the FBI and Justice Department's handling of the operation, Gowdy listed a series of questions he thinks need to be answered, including: “Where are the transcripts, if any exist, between the informants and the telephone calls to George Papadopoulos?”

I would not want Gowdy investigating me - he is unstoppable. There are a lot of clips of him on CSPAN - worth watching.

Heh - President Trump negotiates

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A. F. Branco highlights the difference between two Presidents:

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The Trump Presidency

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An interesting look at President Trump's America - from American Greatness:

Democrats’ Collapse Could Happen Quickly
There are signs of Democrats’ coming electoral collapse, some anecdotal, some by the numbers. Most Democrats are staying loyal to their party, no matter how far how left their party shifts. But President Trump doesn’t need most Democrats; he only needs a few to get turned off by the Democrats’ radical proposals and identity politics.

Immediately after the 2018 midterms, it looked as if the strategy of dirtying President Trump in the eyes of low-information voters was working well for them. The collapse of the Russian collusion hoax has changed the equation.

A very interesting observation:

Democrats’ decision to change the demographics of our country through open borders is alienating many Hispanic voters. The attendance figures for President Trump’s El Paso rally sent a shiver of fear through Democrats: 70 percent of rally attendees were Latino, 50 percent were Democrats. This month, the McLaughlin poll shows a 50 percent jump in Trump’s approval among Hispanics.

There are solid reasons for Trump’s rising popularity among this demographic. More American Latinos start small businesses than any other group in the United States. Jobs are booming. Their wage growth has jumped above the national average. They don’t need to read the paper to understand they are competing for work with illegals. They are being terrorized by criminal illegals killing and raping their family members and neighbors. Liberal talking points can’t hide those realities.

The Democrats are out of touch with their constituents. They are imposing their ideas on us normals, they are not leading.

More at the site - some interesting ideas.

Because President Trump said so:

Fun times

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A couple of items that bring me joy:

From American Thinker:

The walls are closing in on Obama
The truth of violations of law by the Obama White House, long buried, is being excavated by two private groups.

Judicial Watch has obtained testimony from a top FBI official that Hillary Clinton's home-brew server emails were found in the White House. This means that Barack Obama's illegal handling of classified information contained in those emails is closer to being exposed. This implicates him in the same felonies committed by Hillary Clinton that James Comey falsely claimed "no reasonable prosecutor" would pursue.

From The Washington Free Beacon:

‘Nonpartisan’ Mueller Investigation-Focused Group Tied to Dem Dark Money
A "nonpartisan" group launched to "protect" Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into President Donald Trump that is now pushing for the release of the full, un-redacted Mueller Report is tied to a liberal dark money organization.

Protect the Investigation, which describes itself as a "nonpartisan" initiative formed to "educate the American people about the importance of the special counsel investigation and its findings," is a project of the Sixteen Thirty Fund, a Washington, D.C.-based 501(c)(4) "fiscal sponsor" that is used as a pass-through entity for big money Democratic donors.

Protect the Investigation is a registered trade name—or fictitious name—by the Sixteen Thirty Fund with the D.C. Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs, records show. The name was registered on June 28, 2018 and is scheduled to expire on June 27, 2020.

Doing my happy dance...

Rudy Giuliani tweets

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I love it:

From America’s number one crime family - so true.

Heh - the Mueller nothinburger

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And the Mueller Report is released

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Hey folks:

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Here: Report On The Investigation Into Russian Interference In The 2016 Presidential Election

All 448 pages. And this from President Trump's Director of Communications:

Indeed...

From Washington Examiner:

Bret Easton Ellis tells 'spoiled children' liberals to deal with Trump: 'He was elected president. Get over it.'
Now middle-aged, the enfant terrible novelist Bret Easton Ellis, has turned to nonfiction to mock the "childlike fascism" and "demented narcissism" of American liberals that helped put President Trump in the White House and left them facing "mental and emotional collapse."

For good measure, Ellis, 55, also denounces the "legacy media" in his new book "White" — originally due to be called "White Privileged Male" — describing it as "a moral disaster for the country" that had covered Trump in the 2016 with such bias and "absolute cluelessness" that it assisted him. The Washington Examiner obtained a copy in advance of its publication Tuesday.

Already facing a backlash from the liberal intelligentsia he disdains — a Q&A with the New Yorker was intensely hostile — Ellis has also been praised for his devil-may-care contrarianism. Interview Magazine described "White" as containing "searing points about how the national obsession with being liked at all costs and the silencing of opposing voices under the banner of inclusivity can create its own American hellscape."

Must be a good book if he has the mainstream media that stirred up. There was an eBook available at my local library - put a hold on it.

Nancy Pelosi

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Interesting tweet from James Woods:

That is a deer-in-the-headlights expression on her face...

Cher gets it

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As the pendulum swings back towards sanity:

Turnabout is fair play

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From Mike at 90 Miles From Tyranny:

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This is what leadership looks like

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Major grin on my face.
Shot:

Chaser:

The Latest: Court allows return of asylum seekers to Mexico

Heh - offer to drop thousands of illegals in their Democratic sanctuary sh*thole cities and the liberals Volte-face

Great news from Israel

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From Yahoo/Agence France-Presse:

'King Bibi': perennial survivor Netanyahu comes out ahead
Despite corruption allegations and stiff opposition from a new centre party, Israeli premier Benjamin Netanyahu has managed to boost his party's share of the vote and looks set to keep power.

While his right-wing Likud party and a centrist coalition appear set to have around the same number of parliamentary seats after Tuesday's general elections, the man called 'King Bibi' by admirers has a clear path to forming a coalition.

The 69-year-old is now likely to form another right-wing government and become the longest-serving Israeli prime minister later this year.

Good news - Israel is our strongest ally in that part of the world. She needs to stay strong.

Heh - time for some popcorn - spying

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From Reuters:

Barr says he thinks spying occurred on 2016 Trump campaign
Attorney General William Barr said on Wednesday U.S. intelligence agencies engaged in spying directed at the 2016 presidential campaign of Donald Trump and that he would look at whether the surveillance was undertaken legally.

"I think spying did occur," Barr told a Senate hearing. "But the question is whether it was adequately predicated and I am not suggesting that it wasn't adequately predicated. ... I am not suggesting those rules were violated, but I think it is important to look at that. And I am not talking about the FBI necessarily, but intelligence agencies more broadly.

One step at a time. This is the beginning of a wonderful slow-motion train wreck that will make Watergate look like child's play. The Democrats really stepped in it big-time.

2020 - Hillary for Jail

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As the facts start to come out - from Judicial Watch:

Judicial Watch Uncovers ‘Cover-Up’ Discussions in Latest Production of Clinton Email Documents
Judicial Watch announced today that it uncovered 422 pages of FBI documents showing evidence of “cover-up” discussions related to the Clinton email system within Platte River Networks, one of the vendors who managed the Clinton email system. The documents also show Intelligence Community Inspector General (ICIG) Charles McCullough forwarding “concerns” about classified information in former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s emails.

Much more at the site - links to emails and other documents. This house of cards is starting to tumble. I love the way this is coming out right when the 2020 campaigns are starting to build.

Punching back twice as hard

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Representative Nunes is on a roll - from FOX News:

Nunes files $150M lawsuit against McClatchy, alleging conspiracy to derail Clinton, Russia probes
House Intelligence Committee ranking member Devin Nunes filed a $150 million lawsuit in Virginia state court against The McClatchy Company and others on Monday, alleging that one of the news agency's reporters conspired with a political operative to derail Nunes' oversight work into the Hillary Clinton campaign and Russian election interference.

The filingobtained by Fox News, came a day after Nunes, R-Calif., revealed he would send eight criminal referrals to the Justice Department this week concerning purported surveillance abuses by federal authorities during the Russia probe, false statements to Congress and other matters.

In March, Nunes filed a similar $250 million lawsuit alleging defamation against Twitter and one of its users, Republican consultant Liz Mair. In Monday's complaint, Nunes again named Mair as a co-defendant, charging this time that she conspired with McClatchy reporter MacKenzie Mays to spread a variety of untruthful and misleading smears -- including that Nunes "was involved with cocaine and underage prostitutes" -- online and in print.

Good - hit them hard. They have had free-reign for way to long. Time to shed some sunlight on their cabal.

From Bloomberg:

Los Angeles Is Having a Loud Economic Boom
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti is almost 12 months into his second term and the economy of the second-largest city is outperforming No. 1 New York, No. 3 Chicago and the rest of the U.S. Measured by the growth of personal income, gross domestic product per capita, jobs, home prices, global trade and transportation, corporate equity and municipal debt, Los Angeles has become the most productive of the five biggest U.S. cities. Even its perennial calamity of homelessness receded significantly for the first time last year since the city's youngest mayor took office in 2013.

Garcetti didn’t set off the L.A. boom, but there’s no doubt that the city has prospered under his leadership. The 48-year-old Rhodes scholar, former Navy reserves lieutenant and jazz pianist says that Olympic aspirations

Garcetti is a Democrat in the mold of J. F. Kennedy. His predecessor was Antonio Villaraigosa who was a Clinton/Obama party hack so he doesn't have that high a bar when it comes to leadership.

Good news - Ted Cruz

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UPDATE BELOW:

Anti-Semitism is growing around the world but the politically correct crowd is afraid to call it out for fear of offending the Muslims. The progressive view is schizophrenic in that they call for acceptence while willfully ignoring the fact that in the last 30 days, Muslim extremists have carried out 104 Islamic attacks in 21 countries, in which 587 people were killed and 683 injured. 

Ted Cruz is introducing a resolution that addresses this directly and calls a spade a spade. From Tablet Magazine:

Finally, a Resolution That Actually Condemns Anti-Semitism
Earlier this month, after Rep. Ilhan Omar accused American Jews of dual loyalty and the Israel lobby of purchasing undue influence, the House passed a resolution that did not mention Omar by name and that condemned not only anti-Semitism but every other conceivable form of bigotry. Doing his best to hide his disappointment, Rep. Eliot Engel, who chairs the Foreign Affairs Committee, said, “I wish we had had a separate resolution about anti-Semitism. I think we deserved it.”

The congressman can take heart: A new resolution, drafted by Ted Cruz and slated to be introduced in the Senate this week, delivers everything that the Democrats’ muddled manifesto did not. “Anti-Semitism,” it declares in its very first sentence, “is a unique form of prejudice.” It’s precisely the sort of statement—factually true and morally clear—that so many American Jews hoped to hear after Omar made her inflammatory comments, and had the new resolution said nothing more it still would’ve been enough. But in four brief paragraphs, Cruz’s initiative delivers not only a much-needed course correction but also an education on the specific historical evils of anti-Semitism and an elucidation of the real key differences between both political parties when it comes to understanding and honoring the concerns of American Jews. For these reasons, it merits a close reading.

More at the site - the actual resolution has not been made public as yet. Sounds good though.

UPDATE: The resolution is being released to the public Tuesday April 2nd.

Still have not listened to the speech - had other stuff to do. Still, some interesting numbers. The rally was held at the Van Andel Arena which has a seating capacity of 12,000+ - news reports have people lining up for seven blocks to get in. The event was well attended.

Don Surber points out that WHO attended is also interesting:

34% at Trump's Michigan rally were Democrats
Brad Parscale, Donald John Trump's 2020 campaign manager, told Jesse Watters last night that 34% of the people who attended the president's rally in Grand Rapids were registered Democrats.

Parscale knows that because people needed to give the campaign their cellphone numbers to get tickets. The campaign then used the information to check their voting record.

Link to the video interview is here: Watters' World - looks like people are getting tired of the constant push for socialism, open borders, and clueless leadership and they want to see what all the buzz is about.

In other news...

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From a CBS poll:

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President Trump's speech in Michigan

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CBS News uploaded their video of his speech:

Looking forward to listening to it tonight when I am at the farm.

Quite the speech - Michigan rally

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Have not found a link to the entire speech that President Trump gave tonight but the excerpts I have seen look wonderful. It is not on the White House channel yet.

Heh...

The electoral college - keep it

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Democrats claim that it is outmoded. They want to elect a president based on the popular vote. The problem is that our Constitution defines America as a Federation of States. The States are independent and not subservient to the Federal Government. The role of the Federal Government is actually quite minimal.

The Electoral College makes each state have equal say in the election of the President. The problem with using a popular vote is that the large population centers tend to be run by Democrats. Here is a graphic that makes this very clear:

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New York by the numbers

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Fun data from the Siena College Research Institute:

2/3 of Voters Say Amazon Cancelling Queens HQ Bad for NY
By a 67-21 percent margin, New Yorkers say that Amazon cancelling its planned second headquarters in Queens was bad for New York. By as nearly as large a margin, 61-30 percent, they support the deal in which Amazon would receive up to $3 billion in state and city incentives and create up to 25,000 jobs if Amazon reconsiders, according to a new Siena College poll of New York State registered voters released today.

An overwhelming 79 percent of voters say parents should be required to have their children vaccinated before attending school, regardless of the parents’ religious beliefs. Voters continue to support making the two-percent property tax cap permanent, legalizing recreational use of marijuana, and eliminating monetary bail for misdemeanors and non-violent felonies. They are split on congestion pricing, and by a nearly two-to-one margin, they oppose allowing undocumented immigrants to get a New York driver’s license.

Talking about their loss of the second Amazon headquarters (and the 25,000 jobs):

“Who do New Yorkers blame? Well, there’s certainly blame enough to go around. More people think that Amazon, Governor Cuomo, Mayor de Blasio, the State Senate, and local Queens activists were villains in this saga than they were heroes. However, voters say the biggest villain was Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. Only 12 percent call her hero, while 38 percent label her a villain,” Greenberg said. “Amazon itself was seen as the biggest villain among Democrats, but Republicans and independents had Ocasio-Cortez as far and away the largest villain, followed by the local Queens activists.”

I hope one of Occasional-Cortex's people are reading this - she is going down faster than a lead baloon. Big difference between popularity and leadership.

Much more at the site - an interesting poll and with a sample size of 700, the numbers should be pretty accurate - couple percent error at the most.

From Tyler at Zero Hedge:

Trump Signs First Ever Veto Upholding Border Emergency Declaration
President Trump has vetoed the Senate resolution, his first since taking office.

"Today I am vetoing this resolution. Congress has the freedom to pass this resolution and I have the duty to veto it," said Trump from the oval office, sourrounded by law enforcement and 'angel moms.'

During the Oval Office ceremony, Trump said that if the "dangerous" and "reckless" resolution became law, it would put American lives at risk.

The bill will next move to the House for a vote later this month on overriding Trump's veto - however leaders lack the 2/3 support of the chamber required to overcome the veto.

For those keeping track of presidential vetoes at home:

Bill Clinton 36
George W. Bush 12
Barack Obama 12
Donald Trump 1

Good - push back against Pelosi, Schumer, etc...

Blowing out candles

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Mitt Romney was presented with a birthday cake and his technique for blowing out the candles received a lot of WTF and criticism.

Turns out, he was going about it exactly right - from USA Today, August 3rd, 2017:

Blowing out birthday candles increases bacteria on cake — by a lot
Those colorful candles burning brightly atop a birthday cake may look lovely, but apparently blowing them out has some pretty disgusting side effects, researchers say.

A study in the Journal of Food Research determined that blowing out candles over that sweet icing surface resulted in 1,400% more bacteria compared to icing spared the puff.

The study was titled "Bacterial Transfer Associated with Blowing Out Candles on a Birthday Cake," so you don't have to read far to get the idea. But testing involved eating pizza, so the authors aren't total party poopers.

"Preliminary tests of blowing on nutrient agar indicated that bioaerosols in human breath expelled from the mouth may be a source of bacteria transferred to cake surfaces," says the abstract in lingo seldom heard at birthday parties. Nutrient agar, to the uninitiated, is stuff used to cultivate microbes.

Score one for the Mittens - wonder if he still has all of those binders...

Liberal tolerance for other opinions

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The Republican headquarters for this area is near where last night's Prime Rib dinner was held. I parked there for the event and noticed this recent development:

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Why is it that you never see a vandalized Democrat headquarters. Conservatives would never do such a thing. Democrats have no coherent dialog to offer - their talk is just a narrative authored by the elites and when confronted with opposition, they resort to name-calling and violence.

A video of one of the press conferences:

What is curious is that President Trump reacts and replies to something Mr. Kim says before the translators speak.

From Thomas Wictor writing at Quod Verum:

It’s Alway Great to be Underestimated
Watch this video carefully. What does it tell you?

It tells you that Donald Trump speaks Korean. He TWICE understood Kim Jong-un BEFORE either interpreter spoke.

Clearly Trump learned to speak Korean specifically to deal with North Korea. The New York Times profile from 1984 shows that Trump began thinking of fixing the world in 1969, when his uncle told him about nuclear weapons.

Much more at the site - very interesting... Tip of the hat to Don Surber for the link.

Two headlines - Monroe Doctrine

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Monroe Doctrine? From InfoGalactic:

The Monroe Doctrine was a U.S. foreign policy regarding domination of the American continent in 1823. It stated that further efforts by European nations to colonize land or interfere with states in North or South America would be viewed as acts of aggression, requiring U.S. intervention. At the same time, the doctrine noted that the United States would neither interfere with existing European colonies nor meddle in the internal concerns of European countries. The Doctrine was issued in 1823 at a time when nearly all Latin American colonies of Spain and Portugal had achieved or were at the point of gaining independence from the Portuguese and Spanish Empires. The United States, working in agreement with Great Britain, wanted to guarantee that no European power would move in.

Sensible.

Shot (from 2013 - John Kerry): Kerry: “The Monroe Doctrine Is Over”

Chaser (from 2019): John Bolton: 'We're not afraid to use the word Monroe Doctrine'

Good news, we finally have some adults in the room.

Michael Ramirez - North Korea

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Michael got it spot on:

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North Korea blinks

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Stacking the deck - CNN and Bernie

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The left are eating themselves - from Tyler at Zero Hedge:

Did CNN Ambush Bernie Sanders With Political Operatives Disguised As Everyday People?
CNN has been accused of ambushing Bernie Sanders and tricking viewers by passing off Democratic political operatives as everyday people during a Monday evening town hall as part of his campaign for the 2020 election. Internet sleuths looked into the backgrounds of those asking Sanders various questions - most of which could be considered fair game to ask a presidential candidate, only to find that there was more than meets the eye as noted by Paste Magazine

For example, Sanders was asked a tough question about allegations of sexual harassment on his 2016 campaign by "American University Student" Shadi Nasab. What CNN didn't mention is that she's also an intern for a large D.C. lobbying firm, Cassidy & Associates. 

Another question came from Tara Ebersole, a humble "Former Biology Professor" according to CNN. She's also the chair of the Baltimore County Democratic Party according to her LinkedIn page. What's more, Ebersole's husband is a Maryland state delegate, and was on Hillary Clinton's leadership council in 2016. 

Abena McAllister was labeled by CNN as a "Mother of Two," but failed to mention that she's also the Charles County Democratic Central Committee Chair

"Maryland Voter" Michelle Gregory is yet another 'everyday person' who turns out to be politically active as the chair of the Lower Shore Progressive Caucus

There are several more examples - as nearly everyone who asked Bernie a question is linked to some type of Democratic activism.

One explanation for why so many political operatives asked Bernie question might be that political activists are more likely to choose to participate in a Bernie Sanders town hall. That said, CNN made it appear as though these were 'everyday voters' - not people people involved in politics themselves.

The Democrats don't want Bernie running - he would take away a lot of votes from any other candidate - be a shoe-in for President Trump's second term of office.

Interesting times

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Stuff happening with North Korea and in Canada. Looks like Trudeau might be heading out - major corruption scandal just breaking and fat-boy Kim tried to get the sanctions dropped and President Trump said no.

More as things come to light...

Record number of jobs - it just keeps getting better and better. The press release from Fiat Chrysler Automobiles:

FCA to Expand Production Capacity in Michigan to Grow Core Brands, Electrify Jeep® Vehicles
$4.5 Billion to Build New Assembly Plant in Detroit and Add Production at Five Existing Michigan Facilities, Creating Nearly 6,500 Jobs

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles N.V. (NYSE: FCAU / MTA: FCA) confirmed today plans to invest a total of $4.5 billion in five of its existing Michigan plants, and to work with the city of Detroit and state of Michigan on building a new assembly plant within city limits. The move would increase capacity to meet growing demand for its Jeep® and Ram brands, including production of two new Jeep branded white space products as well as electrified models. The proposed projects would create nearly 6,500 new jobs. 

The plant actions detailed in today’s announcement represent the next steps in a U.S. manufacturing realignment FCA began in 2016. In response to a shift in consumer demand toward SUVs and trucks, the Company discontinued compact car production and retooled plants in Illinois, Ohio and Michigan to make full use of available capacity to expand the Jeep and Ram brands. Those actions have resulted in the recent launches of the award-winning all-new Jeep Wrangler and all-new Ram 1500, and the introduction of the newest member of the Jeep family, the all-new Jeep Gladiator, at the 2018 Los Angeles Auto Show.

It was under the previous president's tenure that Chrysler sunk so low that they were bought out by Italian company Fiat. From the 2016 Presidential Debates:

The difference between narrative and real leadership. 2020 will be fun to watch - the Democrats have nobody. Again, if John F. Kennedy were running today, I would vote for him in a heartbeat. Today, the Overton Window has shifted too far.

Trouble at the top - Bernie

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Looks like some troubled waters - from NBC News:

The chief strategist of the Vermont independent's 2016 campaign and two other aides cited creative differences as they parted ways.
In a major shake-up to Bernie Sanders' just-launched presidential bid, some of his top strategists have left the campaign.

Tad Devine, Mark Longabaugh and Julian Mulvey, partners in a political consulting firm who all played leading roles in Sanders' 2016 campaign for the White House, are parting ways with the senator, citing creative differences.

"The entire firm has stepped away. We're leaving the campaign," Longabaugh told NBC News on Tuesday. "We just didn't have a meeting of the minds."

Difficult to have a meeting of the minds when one party has a very confused one. Muddled thought is not leadership.

As it develops - Venezuela

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From Yahoo / Agence France-Presse:

Venezuela's Guaido meets Pence in anti-Maduro strategy talks
United States Vice President Mike Pence told Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido that Donald Trump supports him "100 percent" as the pair met regional allies on Monday to thrash out a strategy to remove Nicolas Maduro from power after the failed attempt to ship in humanitarian aid.

The meeting comes after four people were killed and hundreds injured as Guaido supporters clashed with Venezuelan security forces on the borders with Colombia and Brazil over the weekend.

The Lima group met in Bogota vowing "to find a peaceful solution," Peru's Foreign Affairs Minister Hugo de Zela said, despite Guaido's previous call to consider "all measures" to free Venezuela's population.

Remove him and take his money - Maduro is spectacularly wealthy.

From Reuters:

'Chilling the atmosphere': North Korea media condemns U.S. Democrats ahead of summit
North Korea’s state media criticized U.S. Democrats and American intelligence officials on Sunday for “chilling the atmosphere” ahead of leader Kim Jong Un’s second summit with President Donald Trump this week.

Obama could have opened the same negotiations if he had been a real leader instead of a divisive narcissist. More:

KCNA later issued a commentary arguing that if Trump listened to skeptics at home, he could face a “shattered dream” and “miss the rare historic opportunity” to improve relations with North Korea.

“The Democratic Party of the U.S. and other opponents to the negotiations move overtly and covertly to disrupt them as supported by scepticism backed by all sorts of groundless stories and misinformation even at such a crucial moment as now,” said the commentary, which was released under the name Jong Hyon.

Trump’s opponents would bear the responsibility if the summit failed to achieve results, which would leave the U.S. people exposed to “security threats”, it said.

Good times - this is what real leadership looks like.

Eighteen minutes of pure gold:

I would love to hear the Democrats reaction. It will be interesting to see the voting demographics in 2020.

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