News Roundup! Patriots, We Relived the 2016 Election Yesterday, Nadler Ridiculed, PDJT’s Approval Rating Continues To Rise, The Squad Are A Gift, Our President’s State Tax Returns, Stock Market Records, IMF Revises GDP Growth for U.S., Larry Kudlow, Another Hoax Exposed, Billy Has An Epstein Problem…..

Our President understands that there are only a handful of Republicans that truly have his best interest in mind. He took the time yesterday to thank each of them with an individual tweet.

Devin Nunes was one of the first to have our President’s back.

Doug Collins has really stepped up since the Democrats won control of the House. He has released numerous testimony on the House Floor for us to see.

Jim Jordan is a fighter that loves getting into the ring with anybody and everybody.

Kevin McCarthy is a true leader that allows his members to be themselves.

Here is the entire joint press conference.

Our President tweeted Sean Hannity’s opening monologue.

He also shared Jesse Watters’ comments while on The Five.

Our President also took sometime to thank members of the press that have our country’ best interest at heart.

He also thanked Senator Graham who appeared on Hannity.

Rudy Giuliani and Jay Sekulow have been fantastic in representing our President throughout this ordeal. Our President thanked both of them.

He also reminds Americans the cost that went into the Witch Hunt.

Yesterday really felt like the 2016 Election night all over again. The despair was a thing of beauty to watch.

Devin Nunes enjoyed sharing this clip.

The New York Post decided to rain on Nadler’s parade.

From the article linked above:

Democrats hoped that dragging in former special counsel Bob Mueller for hearings would jump-start their drive to get going on impeachment. Oops: It turned out to be a total waste of time.

Mueller made it clear long in advance that he didn’t want to testify, and wouldn’t talk about anything except what was in his report. He even got the Justice Department to issue a guidance instructing him to keep to his preferred limits.

Republicans in turn launched various attacks on the investigation, which Mueller dodged as “not my purview.” How this whole Russia investigation started isn’t the business of the Russia investigator? That’s hard to believe.

So: What did we learn from the hearings? Nothing. What’s the impact? Nothing.

Indeed, Rep. Michael Turner (R-Ohio) even shattered Dems’ bid to milk Mueller’s claim that he couldn’t “exonerate” President Trump of obstruction: Turner pointed out that prosecutors aren’t empowered to exonerate anyone.

Dems’ bid to energize voters on impeachment fizzled, and we’re no closer to knowing how much this long investigation relied on opposition research by Hillary Clinton and dirty tricks by intelligence operatives appalled by Donald Trump.

Meanwhile our President’s approval ratings continue to climb even in the liberal skewed polls.

Our President’s legal team has found a Trump appointed Judge that will derail the Democrats from getting our President’s State Tax returns.

While the Democrats, MSM, RINOs, Never Trumpers etc. were fixated on Mueller’s testimony, Americans enjoyed some more records in the Stock Market.

From the article linked above:

The S&P 500 and Nasdaq Composite reached all-time highs on Wednesday, propelled by a rally in chip stocks as investors shook off regulatory concerns facing Big Tech.

Overall, the earnings season is off to a good start. About a quarter of S&P 500 companies had reported second-quarter earnings through Wednesday’s open. Of those companies, 78% have posted a better-than-expected profit, according to FactSet data.

I absolutely enjoy when the Globalists have to increase our country’ real GDP forecast while having to lower the entire world’s forecast.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/business/2019/07/23/us-economy-grow-percent-this-year-imf-says-better-than-initially-expected/?utm_term=.fc34bcd923cd

From the article linked above:

The U.S. economy is growing even more rapidly than initially thought, the International Monetary Fund said Thursday, though it warned that President Trump’s trade war could slow momentum.

The U.S. economy is on track to expand by 2.6 percent this year, the IMF predicted, up from its April forecast of 2.3 percent growth. The increase is largely the result of a better-than-expected start to the year and the Federal Reserve signaling it is likely to lower interest rates.

“The revision to 2019 growth reflects stronger-than-anticipated first quarter performance,” the IMF wrote in its World Economic Outlook, adding that the Fed’s “dovish tilt” has “helped markets regain their poise.”

Last year, the U.S. economy grew at nearly 3 percent. The White House forecasts the nation will hit that level again, but the vast majority of independent economists predicts that growth will cool as the stimulus from the tax cuts begin to wear off. If the IMF projection is correct, it would still be a strong year.

So the IMF is now predicting 2.6%. Let’s take a look back at their 2017 & 2018 predictions.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/wonk/wp/2017/07/24/the-imf-cuts-its-u-s-growth-forecast-citing-trumps-unfulfilled-promises/?utm_term=.58e3398b24b3

From the article linked above:

The IMF now projects the U.S. economy will grow at a rate of 2.1 percent in both 2017 and 2018, it said in its July update to the World Economic Outlook. In its previous estimate issued in April, the organization predicted the U.S. economy would grow at 2.3 percent in 2017 and 2.5 percent in 2018.

“Over the next two years, U.S. growth should remain above its longer-run potential growth rate. But we have reduced our forecasts for both 2017 and 2018 to 2.1 percent because near-term U.S. fiscal policy looks less likely to be expansionary than we believed in April,” wrote Maurice Obstfeld, the IMF’s chief economist.”

The IMF projected 2017 U.S. growth at 2.1% and the actual result was U.S. growth at 2.5%.

The IMF projected 2018 U.S. growth at 2.1% and the actual result was U.S. growth at 3.1%.

According to the latest Fox Poll, 52% of Americans feel confident about the American economy.

From the article linked above:

More voters rate the economy positively today than have since 2001, according to the latest Fox News Poll.

In addition, approval of the job President Trump is doing on the economy stands at 52 percent (41 percent disapprove). That’s just one-point off his high of 53 percent last summer, and up from 48-46 percent in May.

Never forget that money talks and BS walks when it comes to voters voting in a Presidential Election.

Larry Kudlow joined Fox & friends to discuss the latest poll results.

Another Democrat Hoax is exposed!

 Kind of ironic that they waited for today to run this story. I guess they were hoping Americans wouldn’t

From the article linked above:

A Daily Beast investigation has uncovered ties between Epstein and the Clinton administration that date back to the president’s earliest days in the White House, casting doubt on the oft-circulated narrative that the two only began associating after Clinton left office.   

As early as 1993, records show, Epstein donated $10,000 to the White House Historical Association and attended a donors’ reception hosted by Bill and Hillary Clinton. Around the same time, according to a source familiar with the connection, Epstein visited presidential aide Mark Middleton several times at The White House. Two years later, businesswoman Lynn Forester de Rothschild wrote a personal letter to Clinton thanking him for their talk about the financier. 

“President Clinton knows nothing about the terrible crimes Jeffrey Epstein pleaded guilty to in Florida some years ago, or those with which he has been recently charged in New York,” Clinton’s spokesperson, Angel Ureña, told The Daily Beast. “Any suggestion to the contrary, is both factually inaccurate and irresponsible.”

WINNING is absolutely terrific!

 

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