God Emperor Trump Scores with Greatest Presser of All Time

Although I didn’t watch the entire Trump press conference, which just concluded a few minutes ago, I did see a good part of it.

Trump was cool but firm and in charge.

Liberals at Twitter have gone insane with their hatred of Trump, as evidenced by #trumppressconference.

The hundreds, if not thousands of negative comments by liberals are both unintelligent and indicative of some sort of mental disturbance.

Mediaite

During President-elect Donald Trump’s press conference today, Trump took aim at “fake news” regarding the release of an unverified dossier by Buzzfeed, calling them a “failing piece of garbage.” Following that, he ended up getting into an argument with a CNN reporter, who he also called out during the presser over their report on a two-page synopsis they claim was presented to Trump.

With Trump looking to call on other reporters, Jim Acosta yelled out, “Since you are attacking us, can you give us a question?”

“Not you,” Trump said. “Your organization is terrible!”

Acosta pressed on, “You are attacking our news organization, can you give us a chance to ask a question, sir?” Trump countered by telling him “don’t be rude.”

“I’m not going to give you a question,” Trump responded. “I’m not going to give you a question. You are fake news!”

Watch the full presser here:

The president-elect approaches the podium at approximately 18 minutes and 20 seconds into the video.

Monkey President Tells Trump to Abandon His Deplorables and Become Obama Lite

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Sky News

Barack Obama says he “absolutely” has concerns about a Donald Trump presidency, in his first news conference since the US election.

And he advised Mr Trump to change some aspects of his behaviour.

“I think what will happen with the President-elect is that there are going to be certain elements of his temperament that will not serve him well unless he recognises them and corrects them,” he said.

During their face to face meeting on Thursday, he said he offered Mr Trump “honest advice” and highlighted the importance of finding trusted aides for the White House.

“We had a very cordial conversation,” he said. “Do I have concerns? Absolutely.”

Mr Obama told Mr Trump he must reach out to voters who did not support him.

He told journalists he thinks Mr Trump will try to “send some signals of unity” to people who were alienated by what was a ferocious campaign.

And he urged the President-elect “to reach out to minority groups or women or others that were concerned about the tenor of the campaign”.

Mr Obama said the job of President was a big challenge, and the Presidency was bigger than one person.

But he promised that he and his team will do all they can to help make the transition peaceful and smooth.

Mr Trump needed to be given the “rope and space” for a “reset”, he said, reflecting on his own arrival in the White House during the economic crisis.

He said Mr Trump will have more “time and space” than he had to make “judicious decisions”.

Mr Obama said that immigration was good for the American economy if it was orderly and lawful, and he would urge Mr Trump to think “long and hard” before he cracks down on young undocumented immigrants.

He refused to comment about Mr Trump’s first senior appointments, including naming Stephen Bannon as the chief strategist of his administration.

Following Hillary Clinton’s defeat, Mr Obama said Democrats must accept the result, compete everywhere and show up everywhere.

He is about to leave for his last foreign trip, a week-long tour to Greece, Germany and Peru.

Mr Obama said he would be reassuring America’s allies that Mr Trump supports NATO, despite comments made during the campaign that he wanted other countries to pay more towards it.

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Viewers of Assange Press Conference Hoping for Hillary Bombshell Left Holding the Bag

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Those of us who were awake and watching the much publicized Wikileaks 10th anniversary press conference this morning at 2 A.M. were left disappointed.

Everyone expected a big bombshell to be shoved up Hillary Clinton’s ample bottom. Instead, we got nothing but vague promises that election materials would be released soon.

It’s hard to figure out Julian Assange.

RT.com

WikiLeaks will release documents on the US presidential elections before November 8, the group’s founder, Julian Assange, said in an eagerly anticipated address via videolink at the Volksbuhne Theater in Berlin to mark WikiLeaks’ 10th anniversary.
WikiLeaks hopes to be publishing documents “every week for the next 10 weeks,” Assange said.

He also denied that any of WikiLeaks’ publications are aimed at damaging the image of US presidential candidate Hilary Clinton, saying that some of his statements in this regard had been misquoted.

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Trump Reacts!

I’m certain the Donald isn’t done yet with this shocker that really isn’t a shocker once you understand how corrupt the System is.

Trump Force One Interview Reveals AMAZINGLY Genuine Leader

THIS VIDEO WAS FEATURED ON THE TOP HEADLINE AT DRUDGE.

Loyal, intelligent, honorable, genuine–the superlatives that come to mind while watching this impromptu press conference on Trump Force One ought to make all Americans proud that there are such men in America today.

The video lasts 26 minutes. It’s totally unscripted. Watch President Trump excel with his command of the issues and his loyalty to his subordinate, Corey Lewandowski.

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A Great Super Tuesday for Trump: Takes 7 States, Vows to Unite America to Win Again

Donald Trump’s victory speech showed a new, calmer, more focused Donald Trump. That focus involved appealing to everyone’s concern for a better future. The victory speech is a must watch if you wish to understand Trump’s appeal to America. A press conference follows the short speech. Trump does a magnificent job answering reporter’s questions.

The Republican establishment is not impressed. Stop Trump is still on.

Washington Post

Billionaire Donald Trump has been projected to win Republican primaries in at least seven states, and Sen. Ted Cruz has been projected to win in two, on a “Super Tuesday” that has showcased Trump’s dominance over a crowded GOP field.

Sen. Marco Rubio (Fla.) has also been projected as the winner in one state: Minnesota, his first victory of the 2016 primary season.

Trump has been projected as the winner in Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Massachusetts, Tennessee, Vermont and Virginia, according to Edison Media Research. In several states, his lead was in double digits, and his share of the GOP vote neared 50 percent. With those wins, Trump has more than doubled his victory total in this GOP primary season.

Cruz was projected to win both Oklahoma and his own home state of Texas just after 9 p.m. These are the second and third states Cruz has won in this race – he also won the Iowa caucuses, the first contest of all. The win in Texas, in particular, was vital: It saved Cruz from a humiliating home-state defeat, and gave him part of the largest slate of delegates that was up for grabs Tuesday.

The despair among the party establishment – which has put its last hopes in Rubio – was strong and growing after Trump’s Tuesday victories. Even Sen. Lindsey O. Graham (S.C.), an outspoken critic of Cruz, said on TV: “We may be in a position to have to rally around Ted Cruz to stop Donald Trump … I can’t believe I would say yes” to that idea, Graham said.

The Republican establishment had better wake up to reality. Trump is the people’s man. No smoke-filled backroom secret deals to deny the people’s choice is going to work unless the party establishment WANTS to destroy the party.

To a large degree, politics is theater, where politicians promise to represent the people, but go to Washington and do the hell whatever they’re paid to do by the fat cats. Trump is saying no to that system. So is almost everyone else.

ABC News

If you judge the party by its voters, as opposed to its leaders, the Republican Party belongs to Donald Trump. With at least five wins Tuesday, and running against a still-divided opposition, Trump is taking control the old-fashioned way: by getting more votes than the others.

Republican voters want an outsider who “tells it like it is” and will build a border wall and ban Muslims from entering the country. They may not have known they wanted those things until Trump landed on the scene -– but that’s the point of a candidacy that is shaking a major party’s foundations.

Super Tuesday provided convincing evidence that Trump’s appeal extends across Cracker Barrel territory and well into Whole Foods land, to borrow a phrase used by FiveThirtyEight.com. Two states where Trump romped -– rolling up some of his biggest margins yet — tell that story.

Massachusetts is a New England state that’s the fifth wealthiest in the nation. Alabama is a Southern state that’s the fifth poorest. On Tuesday, they formed unlikely poles holding up a broadening Trump tent.

Both went for Trump, across income levels and ideological leanings. Voters went Trump for similar reasons -– because they’re “angry” at the federal government, because they want someone who can “bring needed change.”

As Trump says in his press conference following the victory speech, he’s expanding the appeal of the Republican party. He’s a “unifer,” which is the exact word he uses.

Real or Fake Tears? Obama Cries Over Dead Newtown Children at Gun Control Press Conference

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You may have seen the photo of Obama’s tears featured on the Drudge Report on Tuesday. To the sheeple, it’s a sign of our president’s love for the American people. After all, we’re attacked in San Bernadino by Muslims, so isn’t it right to disarm us so we can’t fight back. Yep, that’s real love for us.

And then there’s that ubiquitous Obama middle finger:

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I vote for fake tears. Gawker mocks us skeptics. Infowars calls it straight. The Chicago Tribune shows how the MSM covered the story.

Let’s give the monkey president one of these to go with his ridiculous Nobel Peace Prize–such an Oscar worthy performance by the successor to Bonzo the chimp.

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