18 minutes ago
Will be doing a press conference today at 5:00 P.M. The White House. People are working harder than I have ever seen people work. It is a beautiful thing to watch!
14 hours ago
On the recommendation of the White House CoronaVirus Task Force, and upon consultation with the Governor’s of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut, I have asked the @CDCgov to issue a strong Travel Advisory, to be administered by the Governors, in consultation with the....
16 hours ago
With the courage of our doctors and nurses, with the skill of our scientists and innovators, with the determination of the American People, and with the grace of God, WE WILL WIN THIS WAR. When we achieve this victory, we will emerge stronger and more united than ever before! https://t.co/sFmxKzXdGC
21 hours ago
I am giving consideration to a QUARANTINE of developing “hot spots”, New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut. A decision will be made, one way or another, shortly.
21 hours ago
Heading to the Great State of Virginia now, will be there shortly. The #USNSComfort is “loaded to the gills” at Naval Station Norfolk, departing for New York City this afternoon. https://t.co/1ZSUweoX7x realDonaldTrump photo

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  • FBI Shuts Down FOIA over Coronavirus March 27, 2020
    ‘Weiner Timeline:’ How the FBI Gave Hillary Cover During the Election FBI Tells Court Transparency Not Mission-Critical Hillary’s Emails & Benghazi—Inside Our Landmark Legal Battle Open Borders Coalition: Free All Illegal Immigrants Over Coronavirus ‘Weiner Timeline:’ How the FBI Gave Hillary Cover During the Election We just released 180 pages of communications between former FBI […]
  • Judicial Watch: Strzok’s ‘Weiner Timeline’ Shows Gap between Clinton Email Discovery and Search Warrant March 26, 2020
    (Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced today it received 180 pages of records of communications between former FBI official Peter Strzok and former FBI attorney Lisa Page that include Strzok’s “weiner timeline,” which shows a time gap of almost a month between the discovery of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s emails on the laptop […]
  • Crappy Toilets on Navy’s Multi-Billion-Dollar Warships Cost $400,000 a Flush to Unclog March 26, 2020
    Even during a global pandemic there is government waste to report. Here is a great example. The toilet system on two new, state-of-the-art Navy aircraft carriers is so crappy that it must be cleansed with specialized acids that cost American taxpayers a breathtaking $400,000 a flush. It may seem like a bad joke but, sadly, […]
  • Schiff Asserts Privilege Over His Impeachment Phone Record Subpoenas March 25, 2020
    From Tom Fitton’s article for NewsMax: Last December we sued Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., and the U.S. House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence for their controversial impeachment-related subpoenas for phone records, including those of Rudy Giuliani, President Trump’s lawyer. This case raises very serious questions about personal privacy and the power of the federal government […]
  • Hillary Clinton’s Emergency Plea to the Appellate Court March 25, 2020
    In this week’s Weekly Update, Tom Fitton provided viewers with additional details on the ongoing Hillary Clinton email case, “a tooth and nail battle,” which has drawn closer in recent weeks.  As our viewers already know, Hillary Clinton “was ordered deposed in a Judicial Watch FOIA case seeking the Benghazi talking points, the case that […]
  • Fitton: New Clinton Emails Include Benghazi and Classified Information March 24, 2020
    From Tom Fitton’s Breitbart article: The FBI found more Hillary Clinton emails. This is, of course, after the State Department assured us long ago it had produced all releasable Clinton emails, including emails recovered by the FBI that Clinton tried to destroy or withhold. We released 80 pages of emails that further document how former Secretary of […]

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  • Trump’s Strategic Foresight Is Being Put to the Test March 27, 2020
    Victor Davis Hanson // National Review The ancient Greeks believed that true leadership in a crisis came down to what they called pronoia — the Greek word for “strategic foresight.” Some statesmen, such as Pericles and Themistocles, had it. Most others, such as the often brilliant and charismatic but impulsive Alcibiades, usually did … Read more →
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  • The Virus is Not Invincible, But It’s Exposing Who’s Irreplaceable March 26, 2020
    Victor Davis Hanson // American Greatness In all the gloom and doom, and media-driven nihilism, there is actually an array of good news. As many predicted, as testing spreads, and we get a better idea of the actual number and nature of cases, the death rate from coronavirus slowly but … Read more →
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  • Questions about the Coronavirus March 25, 2020
    Victor Davis Hanson // National Review More data is critical in understanding the virus in general and in particular its transmission in particular countries. Anyone who looks at rates of morality and lethality of influenza and related pneumonia, especially in the elderly and infirm, can be shocked at the wide variances between particular … Read more →
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  • The Logic of Pottersville March 25, 2020
    Victor Davis Hanson // National Review In director Frank Capra’s 1946 holiday classic movie It’s a Wonderful Life, an initial bank panic sweeps the small town of Bedford Falls. Small passbook account holders rush to George Bailey’s family-owned Bailey Building and Loan to demand the right to cash out all of their … Read more →
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  • The Psychology of Viral Paradoxes March 24, 2020
    Victor Davis Hanson // National Review There are a lot of known unknowns and paradoxes in these times of uncertainty. Here are a few. 1) Trump is criticized as both “racist” and “xenophobic” in his condemnations of the “Chinese” virus, while he’s also criticized for “appeasing” President Xi when he … Read more →
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  • Trump the Uniter? March 23, 2020
    Victor Davis Hanson // National Review Editor’s Note: The following is the second excerpt from the revised and updated edition of The Case for Trump, out Tuesday from Basic Books. You can read the first excerpt here. So what had happened to the Democrats’ predicted blue wave that supposedly would rack up huge House … Read more →
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