News Roundup! Steve Bannon On With Maria Bartiromo, Hong Kong & China, The Eagle Is Destroying the Dragon, Farmers Back PDJT’s China Policy, Small Businesses Are Prospering Under PDJT, Gen Z #WalksAway, KAC Drops the Truth About Bill Clinton & Epstein, WALL Update, Minnesota Is VERY Winnable for PDJT In 2020, God Bless Both of Them…..

Steve Bannon was on Maria’s show yesterday. It was an excellent conversation.

Topics included the U.S-Mexico border security and immigration; the 2020 democrat candidates (announced and unannounced); the bigger geopolitical issues behind the U.S-China trade conflict; Joe and Hunter Biden’s direct financial relationship to the Chinese communist government; the USMCA trade agreement; Trump’s leverage to increase an EU free economic alliance against China; and radical action by dems.

I actually agree with Bannon’s assessment of the percentage of Hispanics that will vote for our President.

From the article linked above:

Steve praised President Trump and even suggested Trump may get 40-50% of the Hispanic Vote in the upcoming election.

Steve Bannon: To defeat Donald Trump you have to defeat him. He’s the toughest candidate I’ve seen in my lifetime. Tougher than Ronald Reagan. And so you’re going to have to bring it… Remember what President Trump is trying to do on the border is all about the rule of law. I happen to think he’s going to get 40 or 50% of the Hispanic vote in this country.

China is beginning to move their military around Hong Kong as protests continue.

Kyle Bass is an excellent follow on Twitter.

Here are some more pictures and videos.

China has other problems as well. Our President and his Killers are destroying their economy with each passing day.

From the article linked above:

Even before the trade war, Xi Jinping’s plan to turn China into one of the world’s most advanced economies by 2050 was ambitious.

His grand vision is now looking more aspirational by the day. As mounting pressure from Donald Trump adds to a slew of structural challenges facing China’s $14 trillion economy — including record debt levels, rampant pollution, and an aging population — the risk is that the country gets stuck in a “middle-income trap,’’ stagnating before it reaches rich-world levels of development.

The International Monetary Fund highlighted President Xi’s challenge on Friday, saying in its annual report on China’s economy that if a comprehensive trade agreement isn’t reached, it would damage the nation’s long-term outlook. “China’s access to foreign markets and technology may be significantly reduced,” the IMF said.

It must have killed this MORON to have to do this report. American farmers are behind our President and what he is doing to China.

Meanwhile, Americans are continuing to prosper under PDJT!

From the article linked above:

It’s a sad fact but many national news outlets blatantly ignore how President Trump has done a great deal to revive and grow the economy and help small businesses prosper by increasing access to affordable, reliable energy.

Under President Trump, the U.S. is experiencing record-low unemployment and rising wages the previous administration repeatedly said wasn’t possible. As a result, small businesses are hiring at a record pace and President Trump’s goal of energy dominance has played a big part in this economic expansion. Rather than restrict energy production, Trump policies are creating record production of oil and natural gas, which in turn are stabilizing energy prices and costs for companies.

These stable or reduced fuel costs are especially beneficial to small businesses which are responsible for creating 62 percent of the jobs in the American economy. When small business owners pay less to power their operations or transport goods, they can grow, they can hire more people or pay higher wages to existing employees.

Another member of Generation Z has #WalkedAway from the Democrats.

No matter how much the MSM, Democrats, Leftists, Never Trumpers etc. try, they will never be able to pin Epstein on our President. However, Bill Clinton has some serious issues ahead for him even with the murder of the POS.

Great update about the Wall!

From the article linked above:

The first section of President Trump’s border wall in Arizona is rising near Yuma.

After years of crowds shouting “build the wall” at political rallies and countless condemnations of the wall as xenophobic or a “vanity project” for Trump, the wall has taken the shape of square, metal poles jutting 30 feet up from the ground in San Luis, a border town south of Yuma.

So far, the wall stretches for about 10 miles along the border on the east side of San Luis.

When the 26-mile project is completed, it will extend farther east into the desert and farther west to the port of entry that connects San Luis with its Mexican counterpart, San Luis Rio Colorado.

This is the area where thousands of migrant families have climbed the border fence in the last year, and where the 30-foot wall eventually will be built.

Border wall status

Below is a breakdown of funding and border wall projects for the fiscal years under the Trump administration, according to an Aug. 2 report from Customs and Border Protection:

Fiscal 2017: $341 million

  • $292 million to replace 40 miles of fencing in the Border Patrol’s San Diego, El Centro, and El Paso sectors.
    • Nearly all of that construction is complete.
  • $49 million to build 35 border wall gates in the Rio Grande Valley Sector.
    • Currently under construction

Fiscal 2018: $1.375 billion to build 80 miles of border wall, some of which replaces fencing.

    • About 16 miles is complete.
    • Replace 14 miles of fencing near San Diego.
      • Construction began in February and is scheduled to be completed in 2020.

Build 25 miles of walls and levee walls in the Rio Grande Valley Sector.

      • Construction began on 13 miles of new levee wall in Hidalgo County. Completion date depends on the availability of real estate.
      • Expect to award contract for 12 miles of wall in Starr County by end of 2019.

Contracts awarded to replace 37 miles of fence in Tecate and Calexico, California and Yuma. Option for four additional miles in Yuma.

    • Construction started in April. Expected to be complete in late 2020.

Fiscal 2019: $1.976 billion to build 11 miles of new levee wall and 74 miles of new wall in the Rio Grande Valley Sector.

  • Contract awarded May 28 to build three miles of border wall. Construction expected to start in 2019. Expect to award the rest of the contracts by the end of the year.
  • Construction will avoid five parks and wildlife refuges.

Department of Defense funds: $2.5 billion in counter-narcotics funds to replace 129 miles of fencing in Yuma, El Paso, El Centro and Tucson sectors.

  • Construction delayed due to lawsuit. Supreme Court allowed plan to move ahead on July 26.

Our President lost Minnesota in 2016 by only 44K votes. A Republican hasn’t won the state since Nixon in 1972. There were 3 factors on why our President lost in Minnesota.

1) Minnesota starts early voting before any other state in the country. It begins 40 days prior to Election Day. The Access Hollywood tape played a major role in the mins of voters since it happened while early voting was taking place.

2) Libertarian, Gary Johnson, got 112K votes while Evan McMullin got 53K votes

3) Our President didn’t campaign or hold rallies in the state.

From the article linked above:

To win a second term, Trump is going to need a similar level of success in the Midwest, and it looks as though Minnesota, which has long been thought of as an iron-clad Democratic stronghold, could be a big part of his 2020 strategy — and for good reason.

Without Minnesota, the Democratic presidential candidate — regardless of who wins the primary race — would face a nearly insurmountable uphill battle. For example, even if the Democratic challenger were to flip Michigan and Pennsylvania to his or her side, it still wouldn’t be enough to win if Trump were to hold every other state he captured in 2020 and wins in Minnesota. Winning Minnesota would also mean that Trump could lose Florida and Arizona — two states he won in 2016 — and still end up with more than the required 270 electoral votes.

Many Republicans concerned about Trump voted for Libertarian Gary Johnson, who received more than 112,000 votes, or conservative Trump critic Evan McMullin, who garnered more than 53,000 votes. It’s unlikely similar candidates will get the same level of support in 2020, which means Trump should have a better shot in Minnesota than he did in 2016.

There’s another great reason to believe Trump has a good shot of winning Minnesota: Democrats are increasingly moving away from the policies swing voters in the state have long valued in favor of radical progressivism and even socialism.

If Minnesota’s more moderate Democrats realize that, it could mean huge trouble for whomever the party’s left-wing base chooses to face off against Trump. And there’s a great reason to believe they will take notice thanks in part to freshman Democratic Rep. Ilhan Omar.

This is the America that I love and cherish!


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