Showing posts with label DONALD TRUMP. Show all posts
Showing posts with label DONALD TRUMP. Show all posts

Saturday, June 23, 2018

CYNTHIA NIXON CALLS TO ABOLISH ICE ON THE VIEW


Cynthia Nixon On The View



New York gubernatorial candidate Cynthia Nixon weighs in on Trump signing an executive order to keep migrant families together: "I am glad he has signed this executive order against himself, protecting them from him. I wish he would sign some more executive orders protecting us from him."



She calls to abolish ICE, saying the federal agency has "strayed so far from the interests of the American people and the interests of humanity — we need to abolish it."



She reacts the press' difficulties getting access to child detention centers, and compares it to coverage of the Vietnam War: "When you show people what's really happening, and the brutality and the injustice ... it's very hard to defend this kind of a policy."



"The problems that we have start at the top," she says of why she's running for governor, and discusses taking on Gov. Andrew Cuomo. "We're a Democratic state here ... but we've got a governor who hands over power to the Republicans and who has governed like a Republican."



Nixon shares her plan for education reform, saying "we need to invest in schools, not jails!"
Her plan includes fully funding K-12 education "without regard to the zip code, the property values in those areas and the skin color of the children who attend those schools."



Nixon talks the role her Sex and the City fame plays in her candidacy: "If the comparison is to Donald Trump, there's almost no overlap... I don't think celebrity is necessarily a bad thing in politics — it gives you a platform and it depends on what you do with that platform!"



She responds to those calling her qualifications into question: "When women run for office, celebrity or not, immediately their qualifications ... their motivations are questioned."



"We see women running for office across this country because they believe what I believe," she says. "If you really wanna bring change, we have to be the ones who are gonna bring it!"


Courtesy of: ABC / Disney


Tuesday, May 29, 2018

THE VIEW: ELIZABETH WARREN TALKS DONALD TRUMP


Sen. Elizabeth Warren On The View



Sen. Elizabeth Warren talks immigration, Trump's campaign spying claims, North Korea summit & Sen. Warren reacts to Pres. Trump blaming "horrible law that separates children from [their] parents" on Democrats:



"The fact that children are being torn out of the arms of their mothers is on Donald Trump's head and nobody else's!"



Sen. Warren says Pres. Trump is attempting to "undermine" American institutions with claims his campaign was spied on:



"As Trump hears the hoofbeats, that [the Mueller investigation's] getting closer to him, he's throwing everything he can in the road." "I want to see America find a way to help move North Korea to denuclearization — that's hard!" Sen. Warren says of the summit. "You gotta have a plan, and you've gotta have people to execute ... I want to see a plan and I want to see America succeed."




Trump Slammed For Memorial Day Tweet On The View


Hot Topics: Trump slammed for Memorial Day tweet.



The president touted his accomplishments on Twitter, saying "those who died for our great country would be very happy" — Meghan McCain says the tweet is "so tone deaf and so insulting to every veteran who died."



"He's sort of making Memorial Day about him — a day about fallen soldiers — when he was never a soldier," Sunny Hostin says.



"This guy has no concept of what anybody did in any war — he has no idea — and the narcissism in this man is palpable," Joy Behar says.


Courtesy Of: ABC / Disney

Thursday, May 10, 2018

'THE VIEW' WEIGHS IN ON TRUMP-COHEN PAYMENTS


Jake Tapper On The View



Jake Tapper on reported Russian oligarch payment to Michael Cohen and new book The Hellfire Club.


Tapper weighs in on reports that a firm with ties to a Russian oligarch made payments to Trump's attorney Michael Cohen, and responds to critics who say Michael Avenatti is just looking for attention with this story: "The truth of the matter is, this story has legs! Something's going on here."


Jake Tapper Talks 'Fake News' On The View



Jake Tapper on the position of journalists in this political climate.


Tapper responds to Trump's latest attack on the media where the president claims "91% of network news about me is negative (fake)": "That's his definition of fake news — anything that he doesn't like. That's actually not the definition of fake!"


Tapper responds to critics who say some of his reporting has been biased and editorialized: "I am absolutely biased against lies [and against] when people say things that are indecent."


Tapper talks sparring with Kellyanne Conway in an interview discussing whether the White House has a credibility issue: "She didn't challenge the premise. I said, 'He tells lots of lies.' And she said: 'He does many things.'" Tapper compared her comment to "a defense attorney saying: But what about all the banks my client didn't rob?"


Tapper says he "would much rather be covering the policy debates": "I don't know one journalist that wouldn't prefer lower ratings, but a return to normalcy."


Courtesy Of: ABC / Disney

Monday, May 07, 2018

THE VIEW: GIULIANI HASN'T GOTTEN HIS LIES STRAIGHT


The View On Lying Giuliani


Hot Topics: Trump says Giuliani will ‘get his facts straight’


"Giuliani's new so he hasn't gotten a chance to get his lies straight!" Joy Behar says. "He's not up to speed on the alternative facts!"



The View On Sarah Sanders


Hot Topics: Has WH press secretary Sarah Sanders lost her credibility?



"She's being put in an untenable position where she's not being communicated with in the right way," Meghan McCain says. "I don't know how to explain any of this, it's not traditional politics!" "Her job description is to lie for a liar!" Joy Behar says.


"It's like a bad game of Frogger," Sara Haines says. "She just keeps dodging!"


Courtesy of: ABC / Disney



Monday, April 30, 2018

MARCO RUBIO ADMITS REPUBLICAN TAX CUTS SUCK

Marco Rubio With Ben Carson, Donald Trump, Ted Cruz & Jeb Bush



HUFFINGTON POST -- Marco Rubio may have committed the ultimate heresy for a Republican: The senator from Florida admitted that recent corporate tax cuts are doing little to help American workers and that increased public spending might be in order.


In an interview with the Economist, Rubio said he doubts that the tax cuts or Trump’s “America first” protectionism will stop people from losing their jobs to automation.


“There is still a lot of thinking on the right that if big corporations are happy, they’re going to take the money they’re saving and reinvest it in American workers,” he said. “In fact, they bought back shares, a few gave out bonuses; there’s no evidence whatsoever that the money’s been massively poured back into the American worker.”


 

Wednesday, April 18, 2018

STORMY DANIELS EXCLUSIVELY ON ABC'S 'THE VIEW'


Stormy Daniels On The View



FIRST LIVE INTERVIEW EXCLUSIVELY ON THE VIEW



Daniels reveals sketch of man who allegedly threatened her to keep quiet about alleged Trump affair. Stormy Daniels, her attorney Michael Avenatti discuss court hearing on Michael Cohen raid.


On why she's speaking out: "I'm tired of being threatened...I'm sorry, I'm done being bullied."


"I worked really hard for the last decade in the adult business which I have no qualms about, I'm not ashamed..." Daniels responds to those who say the scandal is a publicity stunt to get her out of the adult film business. "There's a lot of publicity, but I didn't do it for that because this isn't what I want to be known for."


Daniels reacts to Pres. Trump's denial he knew anything about $130,000 payment made to her: "I work in the adult business and I'm a better actor than he is."


Stormy Daniels, Michael Avenatti reveal composite sketch of man who allegedly threatened Daniels.


Daniels and Avenatti reveal a sketch of the man she says threatened her to keep quiet about her alleged affair with Donald Trump. Avenatti says they are offering a $100,000 reward for information leading to the identity of the man in the sketch.


Daniels shares why she initially didn't speak out about being allegedly threatened: "I didn't tell my husband at the time, I was embarrassed ... I didn't want him to think I was a bad mom or that I put my daughter in danger."




Stormy Daniels, Michael Avenatti responds to those questioning her credibility because of her job Daniels responds to those who question her credibility because of her career as an adult film star:


 "What I do for a living should not matter. What I do for a job doesn't impact my ability to know right from wrong, or my ability to tell the truth."


Daniels opens up about how going public with her story has affected her life, saying women have "come up... and profusely thanked me" while others have approached her family "and say the most horrible things in front of [my] child."




Stormy Daniels, Michael Avenatti on whether Cohen will turn on Trump, and their end goal.


Avenatti gives with his take on whether Trump lawyer Michael Cohen will turn on the president: 


"There's no question in my mind that Michael Cohen: A) is gonna be indicted in the next three months likely and B) he's gonna roll on the president."




Stormy Daniels on inspiring other women to speak out. Daniels discusses what she wants to be the end result of sharing her story:


 "If I can inspire or convince a woman who feels that she has been intimidated or bullied or is too afraid to come forward to an accuser or an attacker, then I'm happy."




Courtesy Of: ABC / Disney
 

Tuesday, April 17, 2018

STORMY DANIELS & JAMES COMEY VISIT 'THE VIEW'

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The View



‘The Political View’ you can’t miss! Today April 17, Stormy Daniels sits down with the co-hosts of “The View” (11:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. EDT) for her first live television interview. Daniels will be joined in studio by her attorney Michael Avenatti. She will discuss her reaction to the latest news surrounding her case including today’s hearing with the president’s personal attorney, Michael Cohen and how she is dealing with her newfound attention.



And Wednesday, April 18, former FBI Director James Comey joins the table to talk about his new book, (“A Higher Loyalty”) and no topic is off limits.


Tune-in: Live at 11e|10c|p on ABC
Facebook: @TheView
Twitter: @TheView
Instagram: @theviewabc


Photo Courtesy Of: ABC / Disney

Sunday, April 01, 2018

TOMORROWS DAILY NEWS COVER TRUMP APRIL FOOL

Daily News Cover With Donald Trump




We think tomorrows New York Daily News front cover says it all for us here at Times Square Gossip


The cover Shows a horrible photo of Donald Trump and call him APRIL FOOL. Could not have said it better.

Daily News Says -- He’s unfair and unbalanced.


Taking his talking points from a Fox News TV ticker, President Trump spent Easter Sunday spreading fear and threatening to renege on his promise to offer a pathway to citizenship for young immigrants.

Comment Below as you see fit!



Wednesday, March 14, 2018

DREAMER OF THE DAY CAMPAIGN SCHOLAR STORIES

Evil Donald J. Trump



Washington, DC – TheDream.US, the nation’s largest college access and success program for undocumented immigrant youth, announced today that 100 of its Scholars are now featured in a story bank, featuring personal reflections about their lives, journeys, and future goals. Examples of these Scholar stories are found in the organization’s ongoing “DREAMer of the Day” campaign – a daily profile of a TheDream.US-affiliated Scholar whose story offers a powerful example why Congress passing legislation resolving the crisis facing DREAMers and TPS holders will be good for America. The Scholars’ stories are especially powerful and poignant as we arrived at March 5th, the deadline President Trump gave Congress to pass legislation for DREAMers after he announced the end of DACA.



TheDream.US, which has provided more than 3,000 scholarships to students with DACA and TPS at more than 75 partner colleges in 15 states and Washington, DC, believes that all young people, regardless of where they were born, should have the opportunity to fulfill their potential, gain an education, and fully participate in the country that they call home. To date, the organization has committed more than $103 million in scholarship money for DREAMers.



According to Gaby Pacheco, Director of Advocacy, Development, and Communications at TheDream.US, “DREAMers have grown up in America and have the talents, skills, and energy to move our communities and country forward. Each Scholar story offers a powerful example of why Congress resolving the crisis facing DREAMers and TPS holders remains essential for the futures of both these remarkable young people as well as our country.”



The organization also today reiterated its support for Congress passing a law permanently resolving DREAMers’ status, despite the failure of several recent legislative votes in the U.S. Senate and the news that the Supreme Court declined to immediately take up a DACA-related case, meaning that several court-ordered injunctions that have reinstituted DACA renewal applications will remain in place for the time being.

Monday, March 12, 2018

SARA HAINES BACK FROM MATERNITY @ THE VIEW

THE VIEW



The View welcomes back co-host Sara Haines from maternity leave.


She shares how life is at home with baby number two, Sandra Grace — and how her 2-year-old son Alec is adjusting to being a big brother.




Hot Topics: Betsy DeVos struggles in interview on education



"It hurts me to my core," Sunny Hostin says, remembering how education gave her opportunity growing up in the South Bronx. "Kids like me don't have a chance with Betsy DeVos as the person taking care of their education."





Hot Topics: Trump insults Chuck Todd, Maxine Waters, Oprah at rally


"The president said that he would be boring if he didn't talk this way," Joy Behar weighs in. "What's 'boring' is the Constitution, foreign policy, understanding the economy ... it wouldn't hurt to be a little more boring!"




Hot Topics: Oakland coffee shop won't serve police


"It just doesn't help," Whoopi Goldberg reacts. "It divides and it also makes [the police] not feel good about protecting the neighborhood — so maybe the idea is to do a little town hall at the coffee shop and have a conversation."


"It's really about relationship building." Hostin says. "If you're a new coffee shop and you have police officers coming in and trying to bridge the gap — to kick them out, it's just the not the way to go about it."




Photo Courtesy of: ABC / Disney

Thursday, March 08, 2018

DONALD TRUMP & JEFF SESSIONS WAR ON IMMIGRANTS

Donald Trump Does Not Hear America




Washington, DC – The news that Attorney General Jeff Sessions is suing the state of California over several pro-immigrant policies is just the latest reminder that the Trump Administration’s war on immigrants is more about stoking a culture war, setting up political attack ads, and sowing fear than advancing public safety.



The lawsuit from the Trump/Sessions Department of Justice is both chilling and unsurprising, highlighting that one of the few consistent policy visions embraced by the Trump Administration is its gratuitously cruel war on immigrants.



According to Frank Sharry, Executive Director of America’s Voice, “Donald Trump and Jeff Sessions are waging a war on immigrants in America, seeking to turbocharge deportations and bully states and communities that prioritize public safety and welcoming immigrants over colluding with Trump’s deportation force.”



As California Attorney General Xavier Becerra emphasized in reaction to the news of the lawsuit, “Our state officials work in concert with federal officials every day. We have no intention changing that here in California. But what we won’t do is stop being focused on public safety. We’re in the business of public safety, not deportation.”



The DOJ lawsuit fits neatly alongside the actions of Immigration and Customs Enforcement. In 2017, ICE arrests of immigrants without criminal records surged 171% compared to 2016. Trump’s immigration enforcement targets include immigrants reporting as witnesses at courthouses, those showing up at USCIS appointments seeking to adjust their status, advocates who are targeted in acts of political retaliation, and the deportation of long-settled heads of American families. These efforts trample on American values and set back public safety - as San Francisco District Attorney George Gascon said, ICE’s presence in courthouses is “very shortsighted … the chilling impact that has on an entire community is devastating.”



Follow Frank Sharry and America’s Voice on Twitter: @FrankSharry and @AmericasVoice



America's Voice – Harnessing the power of American voices and American values to win common sense immigration reform. Visit HERE for more info.






Wednesday, February 14, 2018

MASS SHOOTING: THURSDAY'S NY DAILY NEWS COVER

NY Daily News Cover



With donations from the NRA to President Donald Trump, we will never see the end to mass shootings. Tomorrow's New York Daily News cover say's it all. When will it all stop?


Looking at the photos of parents devastated, no one can imagine the loss of a child. A child that you sent to school to learn, a child that had it's whole life ahead. We are sure Donald Trump will have some outlandish excuse on why this happened. Sad to say, how would Donald Trump feel if this was his children or grandchildren. I am sure he would be talking gun control then!


I spoke to a neighbor, her nephew goes to that school. He alleged the school was told by other students over a year ago about Nikolas Cruz and did nothing. We will see.



At least 17 people are reportedly dead and 15 injured after a shooter opened fire in a South Florida high school on Wednesday afternoon.


Police have identified the suspect as Nikolas Cruz.


A suspect is in custody following a shooting at a South Florida high school on Wednesday in which at least 17 people were killed and 15 others wounded, officials said.


The suspect has been identified as Nikolas Cruz, The Associated Press reported, confirming the name students previously cited to local media.

Friday, January 19, 2018

UNDOCUMENTED JORGE GARCIA'S FAMILY ON THE VIEW


Jorge Garcia's Family On "The View"



Jorge Garcia, the undocumented father of two deported to Mexico this week, speaks out along with his family.


On why Jorge was deported


"The system failed us." Jorge's wife, Cindy Garcia said. "It's a broken immigration system and it needs to be fixed."


On their family's dread knowing Jorge's deportation date was coming.


"We didn't want to let him go." Jorge's wife and children emotionally share their experience: "It was devastating, because we knew our nightmare was coming to life... We were grieving. It was a death."


Jorge's message to Pres. Trump


"We're supposed to only deport people that are criminals. That's not what's going on. They're only basically hurting the economy and separating families just like mine."


On losing the family's primary source of income


"God is gonna pull me through this." Cindy discussed how she will support her family after her husband Jorge, who has been the family's primary source of income, was been deported to Mexico. "[God has] given me the power to speak up for everybody."



Additional Highlights From The Show


Hot Topics: Porn star Stormy Daniels gives interview on alleged Trump affair.


"We're at a point now where he's done so much stuff, it's hard to even pinpoint the most shocking thing he's done — I wasn't surprised by this at all," guest co-host Yvette Nicole Brown said.


"I don't know if the evangelicals will care about it because they don't care about what he does," Joy Behar said. "It goes against their religion, they don't care — as long as he gets whatever they want."





Hot Topics: The co-hosts reflect on the Garcia family's story


"We were all immigrants at one point in time and throwing people out who have become Americans, who are not a threat to society, no criminal record ... it goes against ... the values that our country is based on," Meghan McCain said.


"The party of family values needs to step in and keep this family and others like it together and stop preaching lies about family values!" Behar said.


"We are better as a country [because of] our diversity," Sunny Hostin said. "But we know that. The man that is in power now does not know that ... even though he wants his wives to be imported in..." Yvette Nicole Brown added.


Courtesy Of: ABC / Disney
 

Monday, November 06, 2017

SEN. JEFF FLAKE ON FLAKY PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP

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Sen. Jeff Flake on Senate exit and why "we shouldn't condone" Trump's rhetoric, calls for better info-sharing between agencies after Texas shooting.
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Sen. Jeff Flake On The View




THE VIEW -- Flake calls being a senator "honor of my lifetime," shares why he's leaving at end of term: "I could not speak out as I am now."


"We shouldn't condone it!" Flake talks taking on Pres. Trump, and why he's not returning to the Senate after his term: "There is no way you can be competitive in a Republican primary ... if you don't agree with the president's position and you don't condone his behavior."


"We have huge issues that we've gotta solve that will only be solved if both parties agree to share the credit, and most importantly, share the political risks," Flake said of needed bipartisan leadership.


Joy Behar questioned Sen. Flake on his NRA stance in wake of tragic Texas church shooting: "Now that you're not running again, how do you feel about speaking the truth about the NRA?"


Flake called for improved information-sharing between agencies after the shooting: "It needs to be better."


Hot Topics: Trump Calls Texas Shooting "Mental Health Problem"


"Here's an example of a guy that maybe stopped some more shooting by having a gun. He would've passed, probably, a universal background check," Sara Haines said of how this tragedy could be avoided. "The bad guy wouldn't have! A universal check may screen more people out!"


Photo Courtesy Of: ABC / Disney


Tuesday, October 24, 2017

WHAT JOHN MCCAIN TOLD HOSTS OF ABC'S 'THE VIEW'

John McCain On The View



On Meghan Joining The View



McCain on why he "strongly recommended" his daughter Meghan join The View as a co-host: "So many Americans watch this program and have their information and knowledge as a result of her participation and all of you."



On Battle With Cancer



"It does make you appreciate every minute of every hour of every day," McCain said. "We should all thank God for every minute."



On Controversy Over Call To Gold Star Widow



"We should not be fighting about a brave American who lost his life serving his country."




On Vietnam Draft Dodgers



McCain said he doesn't consider President Trump a "draft dodger" but feels the system was "wrong" for allowing certain Americans to "evade their responsibility to serve the country": "When we ask the lowest income portion of our public to do our fighting and dying for us ... that's disgraceful."


 
On Trump's Threat To Him



McCain responded to Trump's "I fight back" comment: "I've faced greater challenges... Let's stop insulting each other, let's start respecting each other."



On Relationship With Trump



When asked what his relationship is like Pres. Trump, McCain said, "almost none."





On Defending Obama On 2008 Campaign Trail



McCain recalled correcting an audience member who called Obama "an Arab": "You can't let that go. 


You've just gotta do what's right."



"This has got to stop," McCain said of the lack of civility in politics today. "We've got to be respectful of one another's views and have a dialogue on truth and not on allegations and personal attacks!"



On His Legacy



McCain shared what he wants to people to remember him for: "He served his country and he's proud of his family."


Giving Meghan A Special Birthday Gift


McCain gave a heartfelt birthday gift to his daughter that brought her to tears.


WATCH HERE.



Additional Highlights From Today's Show



Hot Topics: Controversy Over Call To Widow Of Sgt. La David Johnson Continues
"Our president has got to stop!" Meghan McCain reacted to Pres. Trump disputing the widow of Sgt. La David Johnson's account of their call on Twitter. "There has to be limitations on the people in this country who fight and die for our freedom... If nothing else is off limits, at least let this be off-limits."



 Photo Courtesy Of: ABC / Disney

Thursday, September 07, 2017

ICON BETTE MIDLER TWEETS AT NUTCASE DONALD TRUMP

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FAKE NEWS WITH A FAKE PRESIDENT

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Bette Midler


Our favorite star, Bette Midler knows how to get Donald Trump's attention with her tweets. Not only are they right on the money, she adds a comic touch to them, showing just how stupid Donald Trump really is.


For Trump tweets, “We're building our future w/American hands, US labor, US iron, aluminum & steel.” In a Chinese tie, no doubt.


I have a week off; I'm pooped. I don't want to do anything but sit & stare at a wall. Sadly, has totally ruined walls for me.



Look, Bette is a New York City Icon. I have photographed her many times over the years. Always so sweet, always has something to say. Being New Yorker's, we both have met Donald Trump many many times. He always was a asshole. Sorry, sad but true. His kids are great, but that is because they were raised by Ivana and his other wives. I think they have DADDY Issues because he did not seem to be around much. Trump was always at some event or doing some publicity stunt for his FAKE NEWS. Donald Trump was the creator of FAKE NEWS. He was always a master at it, I always said way before he ran for President that he should have been a publicist, because he was a master at FAKE NEWS. I know, I covered many of his FAKE NEWS events. But the reality is, Donald Trump is a fake. Always was, always will be.


Why is it we have a President from NYC that could give a crap about the immigrants that live and work here? Does this nut case of a President think decision to repeal DACA will not effect him? I am sure many of his Restaurant workers in his hotels are DACA. I am sure many of his workers in every single business is DACA. Some media outlet should look at who really works in Donald Trump's businesses. 

Fake Donald Trump




One more point, Donald Trump's taste is tacky. I have been in his Trump Tower apartment many times. (Guess I won't be invited back) It is just so tacky and cold. Everything has it's spot. Fixtures in bathroom all gold and almost every other fixture, all gold. White couches, White grand piano, Gigantic Lion as a centerpiece. Only room that feels cozy is the den. Books adorn the shelf's, cozy couch. The view is not what I would call a great view. But this is his taste.


Mar A Lago is a nice place, but that is because the former Owner had class. When I was Invited there before it was a golf club, I arrived a little early. I was invited by Ivana after her divorce. Security was busy taking down Donald and the kids photos and putting up Ivana and the kids. Everything so planned and everything so cold. 


Donald Trump Has to control everything. From FAKE NEWS to his tacky home tastes. He will not last. His base of KKK and Racist people will learn that he is not even for them. Donald Trump is for Donald Trump. Always been this way and always will. 


And now you know why Bette Midler is mad and millions of Americans. Guess you knew anyway!




 

Thursday, August 17, 2017

ANTHONY SCARAMUCCI MOUTH OPEN ONCE AGAIN

Anthony Scaramucci



Anthony Scaramucci was snapped the other day at The Late Show With Stephen Colbert in New York City. As always, his mouth was wide open and had lots to say.


Tuesday, August 01, 2017

ALMOST EVERYTHING DONALD TRUMP 'MADE IN CHINA'

Donald Trump Fashion



Ivanka Trump Made In China



This president is so disgusting, I just can not understand how he continues to go on with his charade. Almost everything coming out of the Trump's is coming out of China. This president is unstable. I can not tell you how many times I photographed him in the past 30 years. I did photo shoots in his apartment, restaurants, nightclubs and I always thought there was something wrong with him.


His children are very nice. I feel bad for them. Most of the time I always saw them with Ivana Trump and she is a gem. But THE DONALD, something very wrong there, always was, always will be. I feel bad that the children will always be labeled as having the worst President Of The United States as their father.


If anyone thinks Donald Trump will go against China, then I will sell you the Brooklyn Bridge at a great price.


How Middle America was fleeced. Buy America only stands for you and I. It does not stand for the Trump Family!


Friday, July 28, 2017

NEW YORK POST'S TRUMP SURVIVOR WHITE HOUSE

New York Post Trump Cover



In the latest episode of “Survivor: White House,” the West Wing descended into chaos Thursday, as President Trump and his top aides turned on one another like vicious reality-show divas — with no one sure who would be the next to get a knife in their back.



The most jaw-dropping development came when communications chief Anthony Scaramucci launched into a vulgar tirade against White House chief of staff Reince Priebus in a phone call to a reporter late Wednesday.



Monday, June 26, 2017

TENANTS TO MARCH AGAINST DONALD TRUMP JULY 12

Rich Donald Trump





The following came from New York Communities for Change. We highly agree, Trump is after the poor. Plain and simple.Please sign petition.



Did you know Donald Trump doesn’t trust poor people to make economic policy? That’s exactly what he revealed at a rally last week where he said he doesn’t “want a poor person” in his cabinet making economic decisions.



Trump is using this as an excuse to allow his corporate cabinet to make policy decisions that line the pockets of the wealthy. While he claims only rich people can make good economic policy, his proposed $7 billion cuts to federal housing programs will leave hundreds of thousands of people who rely on them vulnerable.



This isn't a "sound" economic decision — and we’re not going to take it. On July 12, tenants will march in Washington DC for one of the biggest housing marches in the nation led by low-income communities against Trump's housing budget cuts. Sign up here to RSVP for the march and get the latest details on buses to DC.




Low-income communities, especially those of color, will be hit hardest by cuts to federal housing. These cuts are going to impact housing programs like subsidized housing vouchers and repairs for public housing, which in New York are already massively backlogged.



The people who Trump "doesn't want' making economic decisions are going to feel these immoral and unjust cuts the most.



But tenants will rise on July 12 for their right to fair, affordable, and secure housing. Join us at the Tenant March on Washington -- sign up here for the latest updates on the march route and how to get there from New York.




This march will spark off a national housing movement led by low-income communities to fight against our neighborhoods, homes, and families being sold out and sold off to private interests while losing necessary funding for federal housing.






We'll see you on the streets of DC,

Genny Roman
Digital Strategist
New York Communities for Change