Trump Is An ‘All-American’

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June 28, 2017

Trump Is AnPresident Donald Trump may sound different than other presidents, but he believes in American values and tries to act in the best interest of the United States, former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice told CNBC on Wednesday.

“I believe every president of the United States stands for our values,” said Rice, who served as secretary of State and national security advisor during the presidency of George W. Bush. “You heard President Trump say, for instance, after the Syrian chemical attack, we can’t let that stand. What he was saying was the president of the United States can’t let that stand.”

From the sidelines of the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship and KPMG Women’s Leadership Summit at the Olympia Fields Country Club in Illinois, Rice said on “Squawk Box” Trump knows the importance of alliances and expects him to forge ties with Democracies around the world.

“While the language may be different, and we might talk about needing to deal with policy, I think you’re going to see … that Americans’ interests in values are always linked,” Rice said. “It’s early days in this administration. Let’s remember that.”

  • Tiger

    No not every president stood with or for America, especially O who is now showing the party just how Socialism would work for him and his family. A good lesson cause pictures are louder than words. The Elites would continue their lavish lifestyle while the Progressive/Socialists would enforce on the peons the way they would live, what they would eat, what they would drive, how much energy they would use etc.

    Trump is indeed bringing America back from the pit it almost fell into. Biggies, out of NAFTA, TPP and Paris Accord, all were for accomplishing the goals of the One World Order and the UN Agenda 21/2030, to bring down a huge Sovereign Country, make it kneel, make it poor, make it answer to the world, like Soros said I came to America because my Great Society can’t survive with Sovereign nations around.

    Trump will easily get another 4 years, bringing back Trade schools, our oil, our coal and our economy, ridding us of the illegals and the refugees, stopping the benefits and the free medical care etc. America is for Americans not immigrants who are not citizens and don’t add but take away.

  • Howie Subnick

    HAVE YOU HAD ONE OF THOSE DAYS WHEN YOU HAVE THE “RUNS”???
    THAT IS THE EFFECT THAT MOORE HAS ON THE MORONS WHO FOLLOW HIM! HE IS A BLIGHT ON THE GOOD GUYS!

  • CCblogging

    Trump B Da Man!

  • tryscavage

    Please understand: They are NOT Democrats. They quietly changed from that party to become GLOBALISTS 8 years ago. They still hide it because if the people of this Country understood what that means they would NEVER be elected to anything. To a Globalist there is no need to have a United States of America. There is only a government of the World run by a select few. The first step which we saw under Obama was to weaken the greatest Country at that time – the USA. Look for their bumper stickers: ‘ Global is Local’. Never ever trust them.

    • ArtPope

      Check your facts. Historically the Republicans supported globalization and free trade. More recently Obama broke with the Democrats to support the TPP. Predictably the Republicans stopped supporting it once Obama supported it. Fact. Not right wing alt-fact.

      • CCblogging

        Democrats are the NWO Globalists and their Deep State aka The Shadow Government is pushing for the implementation of UN Agenda 2030 which ends our sovereignty and freedoms. The deadline for the world to implement this UN global government is the year 2030. Democrats offer America nothing but chains.

        • ArtPope

          Wrong. Where do you guys get this tripe?

          • CCblogging

            Stats are from the UN and from the Democrat Party. Do some research and illuminate your dim mind.

          • ArtPope

            What stats? UN Global Government?” You have no idea what you are talking about.

          • Suze

            ArtPope, please just do some basic research into President Obama’s Climate Change deal that President Trump has recently stepped back from. It was all over the news. CNN even gave it a few days, which meant taking a break from the Russia investigation.

          • ArtPope

            Suze, I know all the the Climate Change Deal. What do you want to know about it. Trump-Bannon’s actions were unnecessary and were nothing more then political optics. More importantly it was one more step in the direction of ceding the US leadership role in the world to China and Russia.

          • Suze

            We can never retain our leadership in the world if our own country isn’t given first priority, and with this Climate Change Deal, this was not the case.

          • ArtPope

            You are wrong again. Sorry you fall for this tripe right out of The Flat Earth Society

          • Suze

            you know ArtPope, I was writing in response to your other question concerning what Obama had done that had been such issues for me, and then I read this from you with your insulting tone. Telling me I am wrong without explainig why, and that I have fallen for something from the Flat Earth Society is deliberately condescending and whether you know it or not…loses you points. It’s reverting to put downs and betrays your emotional attachment to some narrative.
            I have tried really hard to keep this exchange on a respectful level. There have been a few I’ve encountered with differing views than mine who haven’t taken refuge in these kinds of insults. But, sad to say, you have in the end succumbed. Which means you’re losing the debate. What would have just BLOWN me away is if you could have conceded a single point as I did you, but you know all the answers and everyone else is from the flat earth society. Quick, write your know it all bestseller

          • ArtPope

            My reply was in reference to people who deny climate change. As far as I am concerned this issue is not up for debate. People that deny climate change belong to the flat earth society.
            I totally disagree with Trump-Bannon on coal and oil. We are still digging ourselves out from under the Bush/Cheney/Rove Great Recession and wars. I have no idea how long it will take to dig ourselves out from under the damage to the environment the current crop of Republicans in Washington are foisting on the Country.
            Finally, it was not my intent to demean nor offend you. For that, I apologize.

          • CCblogging

            You need illuminating. Your Ignorance is obvious. Read.
            ………………
            UN Agenda 2030: A Recipe for Global Socialism – The New American
            https://www.thenewamerican.com/tech/environment/item/22267-un-agenda-2030-a-recipe-for-global-socialism
            Jan 6, 2016 … Officially dubbed “Agenda 2030,” the UN plot, as its full title suggests, is aimed at “transforming” the world. The program is a follow-up to the

          • ArtPope

            The New American. You have to be kidding! John Burch Society, anyone?

          • CCblogging

            You are obviously a globalist because no one could be so ignorant as you project yourself to be. There’s pages on the Democrat Deep State’s UN Agenda 2030 from different sites.

          • ArtPope

            Right wing conspiracy sites, or anarchist sites, or fake news sites? Which is it? Maybe it is all of the above?
            We do agree on one thing. You think you know what you are talking about.

          • Suze

            I know of what he speaks. Globalization has morphed into a whole other animal than was naturally happening fifteen years ago, it’s when different countries (including ours) began to feel estranged by Nato/ UN. Democrats suddenly didn’t conceal their contempt for nationalists, property owners, Americanism, blue collar/middle class tax payers, borders…whereas only twenty years ago with Bill Clinton as president, these were respected and protected values. The lastest global deals diminished American’s rights, holding us to task while the rest of the world’s compliance not enforced until 2030.

          • ArtPope

            Incorrect. Each country’s commitments were voluntary and could be altered. You swallowed the alt-fact propaganda hook line and sinker.

          • Retired

            Bill Clinton and Obama was their puppets and Hillary would have been also . Time to dump the UN out of the US . If you like the UN go live in England or Australia .

          • ArtPope

            LOL

      • tryscavage

        You are one of them. Stop hiding.

        • ArtPope

          ????? “Hiding?” I have no idea what you are talking about.

      • Suze

        Some of what you have stated about Republicans (RINOS) being for globalization is true, but conservatives never were and it became the establishment’s status quo to adopt the Democratic one world Global order; however, that was failing, not just here because of loss of jobs and tanking economy which was needed to sustain liberal subsidies/entitlements, but worldwide globalization was failing with ineffective assimilation and the resulting rise of nationalism. Brexit was only one symptom. Bernie Sanders at least was honest about that, that the dream of globalization wasn’t happening. I believe it failed because it was forced. We might take other shots at it in the future but not until nations can feel healthy again, secure in their own borders without fearing they have to sacrifice the values of their own cultures in order to satisfy some global coalition who clearly doesn’t give a fig about these citizens. I also anticipate the climate change push will be grouped in with this failed globalization …which is a shame…for the same reason of forcing people to comply with something that they don’t benefit by.

        • Retired

          The IMF/IMG – World Central Bank and Bilderberg Group are part of it .

          • Suze

            Yes, it is a complex network

        • ArtPope

          Please document Democrats One World Global Order.
          Jobs tanked because the world economy is changing and technology. The Bush/Cheney/Rove Great Recession was the final straw. Businesses and corporations have been given free hand to cut benefits, import labor, relocate factories and stock money away in off shore accounts to avoid taxes. The weakening and or elimination of labor unions have given employees virtually no say in the policies that impact their lives.
          Nationalism run amok is terribly misguided and can be the forerunner of many bad things for the Country and especially for World peace. It is often the precursor or war.

          • Suze

            As I said in prior replies, you make valid points, and what you have said here is correct. However, the importing of labor, relocating of factories, off shore accounts were choices that citizens here never (as you noted) had a say in. Unions for blue collar as well as education had served their purpose but now were strangling the very institutions and therefore the employees they were supposed to serve. There is no perfect government that can provide flawless solutions this to changing, over crowded, evolving world. I see it as a pendulum reaction, counter action, etc. Whether globalism has been designed or a natural consequence of evolved technologies, world markets, (or a combination) from what I can see the need to survive in people is the strongest human compulsion, and the pendulum is now swinging back toward taking care of their own. Liberalism historically has only ever been popular following times of a capitalistic surge when people felt safe with multiple resources.
            I agree that nationalism by its nature can give rise to war, but the globalization effort has not delivered the nirvana world peace liberals promised (we are witnessing that now all over), mainly in my opinion due to the cultural clashes resulting from non assimiliation as well as the simple reason that we just have too many people.
            I hate to sound fatalistic here, but the reason often for the rise of nationalism is an instinct in people for the inevitable purging of the population they are anticipating.

    • Suze

      The fact is that Americans HAVE realized the old democrat party no longer exists; they understood it because practically every single policy pushed by Obama’s administration further hobbled the blue collar and middle class tax payers everywhere in this country. As a result Democrats lost over 150 congressional seats (gubernatorial, senatorial) since 2009, devastated the party and set the stage for a populace Republican to literally turn the electoral map RED. Which is what Trump did.
      Democrats whole platform was on taking care of everybody else OTHER THAN their own constituents, and then compounded this by calling their own taxpayers (the ones who funded their liberal programs) stupid, low information, red necked, unredeemable, white supremacists, racists, Islamaphobic, bigots, mysogenists, right wing nuts (even thought so many of them were registered democrats), small minded Christians, …you name it. And then when it came to the election, Hillary and Obama and their media essentially said, “If you don’t vote for Hillary you’re haters.”
      It shouldn’t have surprised Democrats that they only got the cities in the election who were primarily government dependents or their elites who had financially benefitted under Obama, but amazingly Dems were actually surprised they lost so badly. That in itself tells us volumes about how unaccountable this party feels to its constituents. And now that liberals have reacted with this level of depraved anarchy after the election, to the point of trying to assassinate members of the senate, I don’t think there is any coming back from this for Democrats. They are bleeding voters more than they are admitting, which is why they so needed the illegal vote and the open borders.

      They’re done.

      • ArtPope

        Why was Trump-Bannon’s campaign of hate and divisiveness successful, Suze? Furthermore you overstate the power of the so called blue collar portion of the population. I am not trying to convince you because it would be a wasted effort. You voted the way you did because you believe the things you wrote. I have family members just like you. Waste of energy to try to reason with them. They think viscerally.

        • Suze

          I believe Trump’s campaign rather than being the divisive factor was a response to the divisiveness that had become the progressive movement, the identity politics that set group against group. He spoke for the forgotten fly over America who were demonized long before Trump came onto the scene. He didn’t create the need/want for jobs, national security, law enforcement that a long line of establishment politicians (both republican/democrat) had promised them and not delivered. He did recognize it and spoke for them in the plain terms they felt. I was reared in NY and my vocation has brought me to NC, and I also have family members who, at least until lately, would have agreed more with you. I think it’s a foolish waste of time to cast blame the way both sides have been doing; there is certainly enough mia culpa to go around and trying to ‘set the record straight’ can consume us, only compounds the division. It’s a major contributing factor to the nationalism we see on the rise.
          I only know what I see happening now, why the people in Western North Carolina (from Charlotte to the Appalachias) have pivotted toward taking care of their own as a matter of survival, returning to the basics, and I must assume this is happening everywhere.

          I do thank you for your intelligent thoughts on this challenging time in history we are witnessing.

  • ArtPope

    According to the echo chamber on this board: “Democrats/Liberals bad, Republicans good.”
    Wow! Real depth of knowledge on display.

    • Suze

      There is some knowledge on display here, mainly because so many citizens have been alarmed by what’s happening where they live and have, in effect, taken a civics course just by paying attention. We had taken our rights for granted, had become apathetic, complacent. But suddenly just regular working people, many of whom are Democrats began to hear themselves described as backward, ignorant, uneducated, and saw themselves dismissed, mocked on mainstream media. Obamacare really hurt these people and it still is, just seen as a tax while hobbling access to healthcare. It accomplishes nothing, ArtPope, to relegate sides the way you have; Republicans (GOP RINOS) have been just as complicit in forsaking American workers. It’s government, the establishment that’s fleecing the people. That’s why a non politician was elected.
      Tax payers have just had enough, is all, and that includes citizens from all parties.
      Why defend this strange new ideology that still calls itself the Democratic party? Who even knows what they’re about anymore?

      • ArtPope

        Suze, I was simply summarizing what I was gleaning from the posts on the board, nothing more.
        I strongly disagree with your comments about the ACA. Many people have been helped and more would have had Republican lead states not opted out of Medicaid Expansion.

        • Suze

          Many more have been disenfranchised from ACA, including myself and my fixed income mom and a long list of middle income older people in my community. I’m in the field of social working/mission for families in need, have pastored three point charges across North Carolina and have watched the palpable shift of need to now include middle class for much needed surgeries, wheelchairs, having lost affordable insurance and access to their long term doctors. I can tell you only what I have seen. These are mixed political parties communities, but the ACA was a decided point of leverage in this last election, that and the loss of jobs. I am glad some people gained coverage who never had it before but it came at too high a cost and in my opinion has harmed the Democratic party. But I am sure you can provide many accounts of your own.

  • ArtPope

    Trump-Bannon is an embarrassment. He has neither the temperament or the judgment to be President. He is definitely not an All American.

    • Suze

      I would be interested to know how you define All American. You have made some good points and would like to hear your definition before jumping to conclusions.

      • ArtPope

        An all American would be a President with upstanding character and values. A President who strives to place people above Party and to serve all Americans, not just his base/political party.. He would also seek to unite as opposed to dividing Americans against each other. He would not malign and castigate people regardless of race, nationality and or gender.

        • Suze

          I like this so far. Would an all American president put the national security of the country first, abide by the Constitution and Bill of Rights, enforce the rule of law? And do you consider President Obama as having fulfilled your description? Please be honest.

          • ArtPope

            Yes. I think President Obama was an outstanding President who could have been even better had he not been subjected to Gross Obstructionism by the Republican Congress. If you disagree please be specific in where you think he did not comply. Of course I would be honest in my answers. Why would one behave otherwise.

  • Timothy Thompson

    Michael Moore proudly showing a 10k check to support the terrible play of Ceaser and the killing of a Trump look alike. These liberal pukes are as un-American as they get, their hate transends anything we have ever seen before. They condoned Obama’s destroying of our American culture while we middle class Americans pay our taxes and get stuck with their bills. Trump is going to win, he has the lord on his side as well as we Americans who love our country.

    • ArtPope

      The “Lord on his side.”
      Really!? Are you for real?
      Wow!

      • Suze

        Yes, President Trump is standing up for this country and her citizens, the Constitution and our Bill of Rights, the Rule of Law and making a priority of keeping this nation safe. We’re actually an exceptional country going through one of our challenging phases. You might not personally like our president; there have been a few I haven’t liked at all, but each president was duly delected by voters and we have to accept them or else make ourselves miserable.

        • ArtPope

          Sorry, President Trump-Bannon is none of the things you think he is. He is for himself, his family, and his rich friends. Name one thing he has done for the common everyday American. One. He has lied and misrepresented while taking care of Big Oil, Big Pharma, Banks, and Military Weapons manufacturers. He throws out red meat to his base in the form of hate and castigation toward others.
          What do you think giving access to better healthcare means to the average American. It means going back to the old system before the ACA. Mark my words, you will eventually rue the day you voted for this man.

          • Suze

            I hope you are wrong of course that I will ‘rue the day’ I voted for President Trump, but given the liberal hysterical reaction in the wake of his being elected and the surfacing of Democratic abuses of government power now being uncovered by this ‘investigation’, I have to say I feel like we missed a bullet with Hillary. I’ve heard so many people say they were surprised Trump won. The reason Hillary couldn’t win is because the policies she was selling had already failed. All those lost congressional seats for Democrats were a result of failed policies with the actual people. Have you taken a look at the electoral map now versus what it was in 2008? It’s shocking how much has changed. That’s a reality that most liberals still have a hard time facing in my opinion, how unpopular Obama’s policies were with a big portion of the tax paying country.
            This reaction is bound to happen everytime one group has to be sacrificed for the existence of the other. Equality is an ongoing balancing act, and over reacting in any direction sets up a counter reaction.

          • ArtPope

            First of all President Obama was elected and re-elected as President. I would say that is proof a majority of the voters must have felt differently than you. What specific Obama policies do you think were troublesome to you?

            Trump would not have won without the help of the Russians, Wikileaks, and Comey’s interference in the election. Personally, I believe Comey’s actions tilted the election toward Trump.

            You are correct regarding the proliferation of Republican seats in State Governments. I think there are many reasons for it. I see it in Florida, where I live. I lot of long time southern and midwestern Democrats moved toward the Republican Party with the adoption of the Voting Rights Act. Reagan and the Republican Congress did away with the equal time rule and broke the Unions. The result was rampant increase in right wing talk radio. Then came Fox News which is nothing more than a Republican Propaganda Machine. Then cam Gingrich and his “politics is war” mantra.
            The bottom line, however, is that the Country is becoming more diverse and much of White and Evangelical America don’t like it. Add that to the loss of jobs due to technology and exporting of businesses and many people feel abandoned. It is interesting that most of the programs for training, unemployment protections, equal treatment in the work place, a living wage, etc. to help them are all fought by the Republicans. Frankly, I can’t think of a single Republican policy aimed at helping the American worker. Can you?

  • Bob

    His biggest “problem” is that he speaks his mind with out filters. I put “problem” in quotes solely because it is not a problem for those of us who hear words, translate them into thoughts, then evaluate those thoughts. Most of the media and the democrats (redundant) hear the words then translate those thought through their hate filled prism of politics. Unfortunately, many Republicans in the swamp are doing this also. For the last 8 years we have had a “Harvey Dent” speaking to the people and getting away with it. (Batman fans will understand the reference and can explain it to democrats and other swamp people) Now we have a President who says simple words and phrases, communicates with the people with out the prism of the media, and they hate him for it. So much so that he has to by pass the media to get his unedited message out.

  • Peter Pihun

    We have to retaliate against the democrats and the liberals who continue to be the real terrorists in our country.

    • Mable Austin

      Aman

    • ArtPope

      Go for it. Make My Day!

      • Retired

        Why not join the rest of us ???

        • ArtPope

          And do what?

    • Retired

      About time Rice came to her senses and support Trump.

      • WhiteFalcon

        About time Susan Rice went to jail for a long time.

        • Retired

          Why are you bringing up Susan , she is not worth mentioning

          • WhiteFalcon

            True, but she isn’t in jail.

          • Retired

            Along with many others .

          • WhiteFalcon

            agreed

  • ONTIME

    This President has the ear of the middle class and he is trying to keep his promises, he does not sound anything like Barry Sotero or his lead with your backside policy………the left, RINO’s and the special interest elites are just in a hissy over his policy and that can’t be anything but good….

    • Mable Austin

      Your so right

      • ArtPope

        You’re not your

  • Askjrsk

    Well said, Condaleeaza, you are so much smarter and brighter than the dim light bulb Susan Rice, how can one be so smart intelligent and knowledgeable, and the other so freakin stupid she commits felony treasonous acts of sedition? Just wondering

    • Mable Austin

      My thoughts too.

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