Skip to comments.The 63 most outrageous lines from Donald Trump's New York press conference (CNN = TDS)
Posted on 09/27/2018 6:01:59 AM PDT by E. Pluribus Unum
(CNN) - After three days at the United Nations meetings in New York City, President Donald Trump held a news conference Wednesday night. It was only the fourth solo press conference of his presidency and was, reportedly, his idea. The goal, ostensibly, was to fight back hard against the allegations made by three women against his Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.
But, like almost everything that Trump touches, the 81-minute extravaganza turned into the Trump Show. And what a show it was.
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Below, the most quotable lines from the President.
1. "This is quite a gathering. Wow, that's a lot of people, a lot of media."
And away we go! (Also, never forget this: Trump is always aware of how much media coverage he draws because he understands the more media coverage, the more relevant he is.)
2. "They would like to see me lose an election because they've never been challenged like this."
Who's Trump talking about here? The Democrats? No! China.
(Excerpt) Read more at cnn.com ...
Whaa whaa whaa
CNN is ATT
It’s time we go smash-mouth.
Which in many cases, such as that of of Diane Feinstein, is both.
Snarky liberal garbage... CNN sucks.
Press: When you describe this as a con job what message are you sending to women.
Trump: That it’s a con job.
CNN had a meltdown. They knew Trump had their number and he tamed the pack of wild beasts.
Lots of goodies in yesterdays presser.
When President Trump reffered to the “failing new york times” I almost fell off the couch laughing. My wife just shook her head smiling and said “you go Mr. President!”
I watched the President’s press conference. It was outstanding.
compare with Obama coverage...how kind of the FakeNewsMSM to always reveal the name of the person BO cannot name!
26 Sept: AP: Barack Obama takes swipe at Trumps attitude on environment
OSLO: Former U.S. President Barack Obama took a swipe at President Donald Trumps attitude to the environment Wednesday, saying the world needs political and social commitment to achieve sustainability.
Unfortunately we have a U.S administration that deals differently around these issues, he said to laughter from the audience as he addressed business leaders in the Norwegian capital of Oslo...
The single highest priority that I see globally at this point is the issue of environmental sustainability, he said, adding that the 2015 Paris Agreements global climate targets were a first step in the right direction. But only the first step.
He said environmental sustainability would only come when leaders adopted new technologies. But that takes political and social commitment that right now is not forthcoming....
Obama made no mention of his successor by name but told the audience at the Oslo Business Forum in the Norwegian Capital that he feared rising protectionism and authoritarianism in the U.S since he left office.
Dressed in a dark suit over a light blue open-collared shirt...
love the clothes bit!
So we should only post and read articles that we agree with?
Yep - sounds like the drivel written by some snot-nosed leftist writing for his high-school newspaper.
Dumped ATT long ago and their stock. The dividend is not worth the trouble. The times of their domination and steady funds flow, when there was an ATT related company phone in almost every home and office, are coming to an abrupt end unless they can pull a major rabbit out of the hat.
The TDS referred to is Trump Derangement Syndrome?
The faggy twit, odongo, and horseface Kerry BOTH belong in a federal prison cell for violating the Logan ACT.
Why are they not prosecuted/locked up already?
STOP RIGHT THERE!
Don't waste your time.
They dont understand Trump and their analysis misses the mark.
Note to POTUS: Sir, you’re slipping!
they can all go to hell
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