Monday, Aug 08, 2022 - 02:31:25
30 results - (0.022 seconds)

Thank you President Trump:

latest news at page 1:
1
    Former President Trump is scheduled to make his first public appearance since leaving office at the 2021 Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) next weekend, and Lara Trump shared her expectations for the message he’ll share. "I think one of the things we’re going to hear from him is ‘thank you,’" Trump's daughter in law told "Justice with Judge Jeanine" Saturday night. The former Trump campaign senior adviser said the "outpouring" of support for the former president, including spontaneous parades in Florida, has been "so incredible." She explained that these supporters simply love America and want to thank "their president" Donald Trump -- so they deserve a "thanks" in return. TRUMP TO SPEAK AT CPAC CONFERENCE IN FIRST PUBLIC APPEARANCE POST-WHITE HOUSE "He'll probably have a big thank you to those folks," Lara Trump said. President Donald Trump hugs the American flag as he arrives to speak at the Conservative Political Action Conference, CPAC 2019, in Oxon Hill, Md., on March 2, 2019. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster) Trump mentioned that the former president has been advising his followers to stay tuned and even alluded to...
    UFC fighter Colby Covington took his thoughts to Twitter following President Trump’s departure from the White House on Wednesday. He reflected on the former president’s tenure and had strong words of support for him. "Thank you for always being the champion the people of America need Mr. President! God bless you and the entire Trump Family for always putting America First!" Covington wrote. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Covington and Trump have a history of supporting each other leading up to the November election, and Trump even reached out to Covington following a fight in September when he beat rival Tyron Woodley by way of TKO. TRUMP CALLS COLBY COVINGTON DURING POST-MATCH INTERVIEW TO CONGRATULATE HIM ON WIN OVER TYRON WOODLEY "You are a great fighter, man. I’ll tell you," Trump said at the time. "You make it so easy, I don’t know how the hell you do it." Covington responded: "Thank you so much Mr. President. You gave me the dragon energy when you shook my hand on Sunday at your rally. It doesn’t matter if...
    A new report is surfacing that now-former First Lady Melania Trump assigned a low-level East Wing staffer to write thank-you notes to the more than 80 members of White House personnel who’ve cared for the First Family since 2017.  CNN is reporting that according to two sources with knowledge of the notes and Trump’s handling of them, they were typed out with instructions that they be written “in her voice.” She then signed her name.  Former First Lady Melania Trump is shown prior to boarding Air Force One to head to Florida Wednesday morning. She and her husband, former President Donald Trump, spent the final minutes of his presidency at his Mar-a-Lago estate. (Photo by Pete Marovich – Pool/Getty Images) The revelation tracks with reports of Mrs. Trump’s demeanor as “checked out” of her role since her husband’s re-election loss. She has been characterized as “not sad to be leaving” Washington and the White House, and she reportedly “just wants to go home.”  There is a long tradition of first ladies leaving personal notes for White House household staff who cook,...
    President Trump’s decision to skip President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration followed another departure from previous departing presidents, a dearth of events to thank the military that the 45th commander in chief long prided himself on strengthening right up to his farewell words at Joint Base Andrews. “We rebuilt the United States military,” Trump said to a small crowd Wednesday morning after smiling during a 21-gun salute as "Hail to the Chief" was played by a military band. The president also praised his creation of the Space Force and claimed a 91% approval rating among military veterans. “Our vets are happy. Our people are happy. Our military is thrilled,” he said shortly before passing a military color guard while walking a red carpet to Air Force One for the last time as the sitting president. But the military pomp and circumstance that Trump himself ordered for his departure is not the norm, say military experts and historians. The thanks are usually part of the inauguration ceremony. What’s more, the president usually spends his final weeks personally greeting troops in the field. “Lots...
    WASHINGTON -- The White House has released a pre-taped farewell address from President Trump on his final full day in office."We did what we came here to do - and so much more," Trump said, speaking from scripted remarks directly into the camera and standing behind a lectern with the presidential seal. "This week, we inaugurate a new administration and pray for its success in keeping America safe and prosperous. We extend our best wishes, and we also want them to have luck -- a very important word."Trump thanked several people, including Vice President Mike Pence."Most of all, I want to thank the American people," Trump said. "To serve as your president has been an honor beyond description. Thank you for this extraordinary privilege."Trump then condemned the riot at the Capitol and called on Americans to "unite around our shared values.""All Americans were horrified by the assault on our Capitol. Political violence is an attack on everything we cherish as Americans. It can never be tolerated," Trump said.He warned that the greatest danger the country faces as he leaves office...
    WASHINGTON -- The White House has released a pre-taped farewell address from President Trump on his final full day in office."We did what we came here to do - and so much more," Trump said, speaking from scripted remarks directly into the camera and standing behind a lectern with the presidential seal. "This week, we inaugurate a new administration and pray for its success in keeping America safe and prosperous. We extend our best wishes, and we also want them to have luck -- a very important word."Trump thanked first lady Melania Trump and his family, along with Vice President Mike Pence and his family, his chief of staff Mark Meadows, his Cabinet, administration staffers and the United States Secret Service."Most of all, I want to thank the American people," Trump said. "To serve as your president has been an honor beyond description. Thank you for this extraordinary privilege."Trump then condemned the riot at the Capitol -- which he's facing an impeachment trial for allegedly inciting -- and called on Americans to "unite around our shared values.""All Americans were horrified...
    CNN host John King praised President Donald Trump’s video message released Wednesday condemning the violence at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6th by saying, “amen and thank you, Mr. President.” Trump condemned the violence that took place at the Capitol in the video and called on people from all political spectrums to remain peaceful. He also condemned the “unprecedented assault” on free speech, referring to the crackdown on conservatives that has been taking place within various social media platforms. “Amen and thank you, Mr. President,” King began. “Strong words saying violence has no place, stand down. If you support me you are not representing me, you’re attacking me. Stop it. Don’t do it. Stand down. Great.” King then went on to ask where that condemnation was last week while the storming of the Capitol was taking place, before saying that Kevin McCarthy and others had called on the President to tell the rioters to “stand down” and “go home.” Trump did release a video and put out a tweet asking the rioters to remain peaceful while the event was...
    A newly sworn-in West Virginia delegate has been arrested on two federal misdemeanors, joining the list of MAGA supporters arrested during Wednesday's riots at the Capitol.   Republican West Virginia State House member Derrick Evans, 35, has been charged with entering a restricted public building and violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds, WSAZ reported.   The charges stem from Evans involvement in the riot, which was captured in a Facebook Live video he took of himself as he entered the Capitol building during the riots and shouting, 'We’re in! We’re in! Derrick Evans is in the Capitol!' WATCH | My live report on the arrest of WV Delegate Derrick Evans. He’s facing federal charges for his alleged involvement in the riots at the U.S. Capitol. #WSAZREAD MORE VIA @WSAZnews: https://t.co/Wc6ITrDoec pic.twitter.com/bHgvPSz9DZ— Chad Hedrick (@WSAZChadHedrick) January 9, 2021 West Virginia delegate Derrick Evans is pictured being arrested at his home in West Virginia Friday. He's facing two federal charges in connection with Wednesday's Capitol riot A woman claiming to be Evans' grandmother 'thanked' Trump for inciting the riot Evans...
    House Democrats met by conference call Friday, the outcome of which is articles of impeachment against Donald Trump will be ready to be introduced on Monday. A source told Reuters the articles drafted by Representatives David Cicilline, Ted Lieu, and Jamie Raskin will be introduced in Monday's pro forma session. There will likely be an objection from Republicans, so they probably will have to bring the whole House back to bring the resolution formally Tuesday or Wednesday. A draft of the measure charges Trump with "inciting violence against the government of the United States" in his effort to overturn the results seating President-elect Joe Biden. The articles also cite Trump's efforts to get Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger to "find" the votes to give the state to him. "President Trump gravely endangered the security of the United States and its institutions of government. He threatened the integrity of the democratic system, interfered with the peaceful transition of power and imperiled a coordinate branch of government," the draft legislation states. "President Trump thus warrants impeachment and trial, removal from office, and disqualification...
    [jwvideoid= M2r3TFIK] President Donald Trump’s time in office is coming to an end (much as he would like to publicly pretend otherwise), and Fox News’ Laura Ingraham opened her show Friday night — her last for the year — with a big send-off to the president. She told viewers, “I thought it was super important to reiterate just how fortunate we were to have had a president like Donald Trump for four years.” “Forget the savagery of his critics, the rank media bias, and, of course, the controversy surrounding the 2020 election mail-in ballots. Set that aside for just a moment. Just focus on what President Trump, against incredible strong headwinds, did for our economy.,” Ingraham said. She praised Trum for the U.S. economy (before covid) and went after Joe Biden, saying the President-elect would “put America last” and help China. “He’s left Biden with vaccines and an economy that’s set to boom,” she said. And Ingraham continued: “Tonight, I want to say thank you to President Trump. For what you did for the forgotten man and woman across this country and...
    'I very much look forward to working with you for our shared values,' said one world leader, echoing the common theme. World leaders congratulated U.S. President-elect Joe Biden on his victory, cheering it as an opportunity to fortify global democracy and celebrating the significance of Americans having their first female vice president. Although Donald Trump did not concede defeat, relief was a common theme expressed in many parts of the world to the news that his reelection bid had failed. "The Americans have chosen their President. Congratulations @JoeBiden and @KamalaHarris! We have a lot to do to overcome today's challenges. Let's work together!" said French President Emmanuel Macron on Twitter.
    Donald Trump sent a big 'thank you' to the New York Post after it became the biggest newspaper to endorse his reelection candidacy – but just two hours earlier the president posted one of his trademark tweets excoriating the 'fake news.' 'The Fake News Media is riding COVID, COVID, COVID, all the way to the Election. Losers!' Trump tweeted Monday morning. The president claims his response to the coronavirus pandemic could not have been handled better, insisting he wouldn't have done anything differently if given the chance. Instead, he says Democrats and the media are focusing on the response to hurt his reelection chances, which he says is a failing strategy. Trump has suggested that the widespread focus of the coronavirus pandemic across all media will cease after November 3.  President Donald Trump thanked the New York Post Monday after it became the largest newspaper to issue an endorsement for his reelection campaign The tweet from the president came just two hours after one of his trademark posts railing against the 'fake news' for the bias against...
              President Donald Trump briefly left the hospital Sunday in his car to wave to supporters gathered outside. The president’s visit came shortly after he promised his supporters “a surprise” in a video posted a video on social media. “We’re getting great reports from the doctors – this is a great hospital, Walter Reed. The work they so is absolutely amazing and I want to thank them all: the nurses, the doctors – everybody here” the President began. I’ve also gotten to meet some of the soldiers and the first responders, and what a group. I also think we’re going to pay a little surprise to some of the great patriots that we have out on the street and they’ve been out there a long time and they’ve got Trump flags and they love our country so — I’m telling anybody but you, but I’m about to make a little surprise visit.” Thank you to the incredible people at Walter Reed! Posted by Donald J. Trump on Sunday, October 4, 2020 “It’s been...
    CNN’s Jake Tapper shut down a long, fiery interview with Trump campaign spokesperson Tim Murtaugh, abruptly signing off with an allusion to the president’s incessant, chaotic interruptions at the first presidential debate: “You know what, I’m not Chris Wallace. Thank you, Tim.” Tapper began his Wednesday afternoon show by revisiting the aftermath of the debate, which had achieved universally horrific reviews, among them a “shit show” and “the worst presidential debate I have ever seen” by various pundits. Tapper himself colorfully panned the event, which was marked by Donald Trump’s repeated heckling of both Joe Biden and Fox News moderator Chris Wallace, as “a hot mess inside a dumpster fire inside of a train wreck.” In their initial discussion, Murtaugh fired back at the Commission on Presidential Debates for announcing on Wednesday that it would institute new, tougher rules of engagement — including cutting candidates’ microphones —after Trump’s willful disregard for them Tuesday night. “Sure, the bipartisan commission is riding to the rescue of their guy,” Murtaugh said, baselessly claiming the CPD was biased for Biden. “The president was a dominant...
    I am blessed and grateful that no one in my family has had to resort to experimental drug treatment to save or prolong their lives. But as a result of that good fortune, I was unfamiliar with the Right to Try Act until a young woman named Natalie Harp credited it with saving her life during the opening night of the Republican National Convention. Natalie Harp This is a law every American should know about. The law, officially called the Trickett Wendler Frank Mongiello Jordan McLinn Matthew Bellina Right to Try Act, was signed into law by President Trump on May 30, 2018. Surrounding him as he signed it were three of the people for whom the bill was named. The fourth, Trickett Wendler, died in 2015 but her family members were there to celebrate the law they helped fight for and that promises to prolong the lives of Americans battling terminal illnesses. Introduced in the Senate in January 2107 by Republican Sen. Ron Johnson from Wisconsin, the Right to Try bill had 46 co-sponsors, all Republican except West Virginia...
    September 1 marks the release of “Melania and Me: The Rise and Fall of My Friendship with the First Lady,” a new tell-all book by former Melania Trump ally and staffer Stephanie Winston Wolkoff. One of the things the book addresses is the tension between Melania Trump and White House Senior Adviser Ivanka Trump. According to the Daily Mail’s Cheyenne Roundtree, the first lady “would roll her eyes whenever Ivanka opined about being America’s first female president, mumbling under her breath, ‘No thank you,’ a source connected to the bombshell book about the first lady exclusively told DailyMail.com.” Melania Trump, Wolkoff says in her book, made disparaging comments about Ivanka Trump and condescendingly referred to President Donald Trump’s oldest daughter as “The Princess.” And Rountree reports that according to Wolkoff, Melania Trump “was behind a petty mission to ensure” that Ivanka Trump “was blocked from her father’s swearing-in ceremony photo” in January 2017. The Mail’s source said that according to the book, White House Senior Adviser Jared Kushner (who is married to Ivanka Trump) would say of his wife, “She’s...
    Melania Trump would roll her eyes whenever Ivanka opined about being America's first female president, mumbling under her breath 'no thank you', a source connected to the bombshell book about the first lady exclusively told DailyMail.com.  Melania's former friend and staffer Stephanie Winston Wolkoff is set to release her explosive book - Melania and Me: The Rise and Fall of My Friendship with the First Lady - on Tuesday.  Reports about the book have already leaked, including claims that Melania made disparaging comments about Ivanka, called her 'The Princess' and was behind a petty mission to ensure she was blocked from her father's swearing in ceremony photo.   A source connected to the book has revealed further to DailyMail.com that it contains more details about the frosty tension between the two women, such as Melania scoffing at the idea her stepdaughter would follow in her father's footsteps and become President.  They said: 'Melania would roll her eyes whenever she heard Ivanka ramble on about her grand plan on becoming America's first female president with Jared by her side.  'Jared would ultimately chime in with,...
    Six American hostages thanked President Trump during the first night of the 2020 Republican National Convention for bringing them home safely. The president on Monday honored the hostages and detainees at the White House, in an exchange that aired during the convention. The president sat alongside the six Americans who were held in hostage in Syria, Iran and Venezuela and who were freed during his administration. RESCUED HOSTAGES TO BE FEATURED AS PART OF GOP CONVENTION Those hostages included Michael White, a U.S. Navy veteran who was arrested while visiting his girlfriend in Iran; Sam Goodwin, a world traveler who was taken into custody for failure to have a visa in 2019; Pastor Andrew Brunson, who was arrested in 2016 by Turkey; Joshua and Tamara Holt, who were detained in Venezuela shortly after their wedding and accused of stockpiling weapons; and Pastor Bryan Nerran, who was arrested by the Indian government for having $40,000 without declaring it. “I’m very pleased to let everyone know we brought back over 50 hostages from over 22 different countries,” Trump said Monday. “We are very proud of the job we did.”...
    The New York City police union endorsed President Donald Trump’s reelection on Friday in what is believed to be the organization’s first presidential endorsement in its history. The New York City Police Benevolent Association (PBA) is the largest police union in the United States. Its president, Patrick Lynch, told Trump during the official announcement that the president had “earned this endorsement and that Lynch was “proud to give it.” Lynch reminded the crowd that “there’s an election that we’re in the midst of — so I’m here to say this … I am 36 years in this job, 21 as the president of this fine organization, I cannot remember when we’ve ever endorsed for the office of president of the United States until now: that’s how important this is.” (RELATED: ‘Defunding … Means Defunding’: Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Not Satisfied With Cutting NYPD By $1B) “We need your strong voice across the country to say, ‘We have the support of law enforcement across this country,’” Lynch said. Police stand at the scene of a shooting which happened as Save Our Streets...
    Michelle Obama shared a touching tribute to her husband, former President Barack Obama, on Father's Day.  The former first lady posted a throwback photo of Barack embracing their two daughters, Malia and Sasha, on Instagram on Sunday.    'Thank you for the way you love our girls—and all the young people in this country, no matter who they are or where they come from,' she wrote in the caption.  'We feel your warmth and generosity today and everyday. Happy Father's Day, Barack!'  The post garnered more than 1.5 million likes within five hours of when it was posted as commenters expressed their affection for the former president.  Michelle Obama shared an adorable throwback photo of her husband, former President Barack Obama, and their daughters Malia and Sasha on Instagram on Sunday in honor of Father's Day Michelle paid tribute to Barack in the caption of the post, which received more than 1.5 million likes within five hours of when it was first posted The old photo appeared to have been taken at least a decade ago, around when Barack,...
1