HISTORIC RALLY with President Trump & Gov. Jim Justice in West Virginia

President Trump and V.P. Mike Pence on July 20th, 2017

A MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT

Yesterday, I met with Republican Senators at the White House and told them that now is the time for action. Obamacare was a big lie. “You can keep your doctor”—lie. “You can keep your plan”—lie. Now, people are hurting, and inaction is not an option. We must repeal and replace this disaster. The Senate should not leave for summer recess until it has passed a plan to give our people great healthcare. I’m ready to act; I have pen in hand. I’ll sign the legislation into law, and then we can celebrate for the American people.

– President Donald J. Trump

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President Trump Hosts Made in America Roundtable with American Companies
Yesterday, President Trump hosted a Made in America Roundtable with 20 American companies and 4 members of Congress. The discussions were focused on the importance of manufacturing products in American factories with American workers.
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President Trump Discusses Healthcare Plan with Members of Congress
President Trump hosted a lunch with members of Congress to discuss the problems with healthcare and to urge not only the repeal, but also the replacement of the disaster known as Obamacare. President Trump’s new plan for healthcare will substantially lower premiums, repeal burdensome taxes, expand coverage options, protect preexisting condition coverage, improve medical outcomes for low income Americans, and redirect authority from Washington D.C. to the states so they can innovate and develop the best practices for the American people.
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Vice President Pence Leads First Meeting of the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity
Yesterday, Vice President Pence was joined by several elected officials at the first meeting of the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity, which is designed to explore and fix vulnerabilities in the voting process to ensure the integrity of our system.
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PHOTO OF THE DAY

President Donald J. Trump and Vice President Mike Pence | July 19, 2017 (Official White House Photo by Joyce N. Boghosian)

POTUS AND VP TODAY

Today, President Trump and Vice President Pence will be making an announcement at the White House regarding a Pharmaceutical Glass Packaging Initiative.

COMING UP THIS WEEK

Tomorrow, President Trump will welcome the survivors of the USS Arizona to the White House. On Saturday, President Trump will travel to Norfolk, Virginia, to attend the commissioning of the USS Gerald R. Ford.

President Trump’s Proposed Budget

President Trump’s first proposed budget shows respect for the people who pay the bills. The administration’s proposal reverses the damaging trends from previous administrations by putting our nation’s budget back into balance and reducing our debt through fiscally conservative principles, all the while delivering on President Trump’s campaign promise not to cut Social Security retirement or Medicare. The budget’s combination of regulatory, tax, and welfare reforms will provide opportunities for economic growth and creation. Get the facts about President Trump’s budget.

BALANCE & CUTTING SPENDING

Unlike any budget proposed by the previous administration, the Fiscal Year 2018 Budget achieves balance within the 10-year budget window and begins to reduce the national debt within that same window.

The policies in this Budget will drive down spending and grow the economy. By 2027, when the budget reaches balance, publicly held debt will be reduced to less than 60 percent of GDP, the lowest level since 2010.

NO CUTS TO MEDICARE & SOCIAL SECURITY

The President’s Budget does not cut core Social Security benefits. And the President is fulfilling his presidential campaign promise not to cut Medicare benefits.

SAVING TAXPAYERS MONEY

President Trump’s budget saves the American people billions of dollars through welfare, tax, and regulatory reform.

SUPPORTING OUR MILITARY

The President is requesting $54 billion, or 10 percent, more than the defense level President Obama signed into law for both the 2017 CR and the 2018 budget cap. This increase balances the need to rebuild the military with the need for disciplined, strategy-driven, executable growth.

KEEPING AMERICANS SAFE

The Budget includes over $2.6 billion in new infrastructure and technology investments in 2018 to give CBP frontline law enforcement officers the tools and technologies they need to deter, deny, identify, track, and resolve illegal activity along the border.

PUTTING AMERICAN FAMILIES FIRST

President Trump’s budget provides national paid family leave for the first time in the history of this country.

Find out more information about President Trump’s Taxpayer First Budget atWhiteHouse.gov/taxpayers-firs

Trump-Pence Thank Supporters in Mobile, Alabama

Senator Jeff Sessions (R-ALABAMA) is a special guest-speaker at this exciting, packed rally in Mobile, Alabama on December 17th, 2016. Sen. Sessions was the first person in the U.S. Congress to endorse D.J. Trump in the presidential primary race, and appeared on the road with him many times, to the delight of rally crowds. Former Indiana Governor and President-Elect Mike Pence gives a rousing speech, expressing his gratitude, and introduces President-Elect Donald J. Trump at this, the last stop on their Thank You Tour. This may be the best Trump speech yet, and that’s saying a LOT!

Life-long Republican Hank Williams of Alabama sure sounded a lot like Alabama Senator Jeff Sessions, & vice-versa (I think Jeff even looks a little like Hank). Give a listen:

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The Honorable Jefferson Beauregard Sessions

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Senator and Attorney General Nominee Jeff Sessions Looks a Lot Like Hank Williams
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Hank Williams Sr. Looks a Lot Like the Honorable Jeff Sessions, and Vice-Versa

Sessions Visits Georgiana, Hank Williams’ Boyhood Home in Butler County, Alabama

Jefferson Beauregard Sessions

Born: Dec 24, 1946 (age 69) · Selma, AL
Office: United States Senator AL (Since 1997)
Previous office: Attorney General of Alabama (1995 – 1997)
Education: Huntingdon College · University of Alabama · The University of Alabama School of Law
Party: Republican Party
Phone: (202) 224-4124 (Office)
Timeline
1946: Sessions was born in Selma, Alabama, on December 24, 1946, the son of Jefferson Beauregard Sessions Jr., and the former Abbie Powe.
1969: Jeff Sessions married Mary Blackshear Sessions in 1969.
1981: Sessions’ office filed civil rights charges in the 1981 killing of Michael Donald, a young African-American man who was murdered in Mobile, Alabama by a pair of Ku Klux Klan members.

And now, here’s another blast from the past, Trump Rally on February 28th, 2016 in Huntsville-Madison Alabama:

Donald J. Trump and Gov. Mike Pence Thank Wisconsin at West Allis

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TRUMP-PENCE SAY THANKS! We are waiting, at 3:26 Pacific time, for the event to start. People are in the arena, clumping for Trump. Donald J. Trump, President-Elect, has just been discovered to have won more votes in Wisconsin than previously believed, after a re-count of that state, which he won on November 8th, BIG-LEAGUE!

Trump-Pence Thank You Rally in Des Moines, Dec. 8th

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Above: Donald J. Trump Speaking in Des Moines, Iowa (PHOTO BY GETTY IMAGES)


The Trump-Pence Thank You Tour Continues with a Rally in Des Moines, Iowa on Thursday, December 8th 2016
Coverage by RSBN began at 4:30 p.m. Pacific Time, 7:30 Eastern

V.P. Elect MIKE PENCE spoke first and introduced President-Elect Donald Trump. Watch the event here at Winning 2016.

Trump-Pence Thank You Rally in Grand Rapids, Michigan on December 9th

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Trump-Pence Thank You Rally in Grand Rapids, Michigan begins at 4:00 p.m. Pacific, 7:00 Eastern Time

Grand Rapids held the final Trump-Pence rally of the entire 2016 presidential election. The photograph above was taken at a Grand Rapids Trump rally in 2015. Yes, it has been a long and grueling election. Our tireless Titan Trump is determined to make America great again with continued support of the majority through his unique brand of shirt-sleeve diplomacy and top-flight communications skills. Mr. Donald J. Trump and Vice President-Elect Gov. Mike Pence are speaking directly to the American people on this Thank You Tour, giving updates on their platform and progress.

Donald J. Trump Appoints Andrew Liveris of Michigan’s Dow Chemical Company as Chairman of the Council on American Manufacturing:trump_liveris_grand_rapids_rally

@Jeanne de M. de St. Anselm, 2016