Wednesday, January 1, 2020

President Donald J. Trump Announces Presidential Delegation to Switzerland to attend the World Economic Forum

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President Donald J. Trump Announces Presidential Delegation to Switzerland to attend the World Economic Forum
Today, President Donald J. Trump announced the Presidential Delegation that will attend the World Economic Forum in Davos-Klosters, Switzerland, from January 20 to January 24, 2020.

The Honorable Steven Mnuchin, Secretary of the Treasury, will lead the delegation.

Members of the Presidential Delegation:
  1.       The Honorable Steven Mnuchin, Secretary of the Treasury (Lead)
  2.       The Honorable Wilbur Ross, Secretary of Commerce
  3.        The Honorable Eugene Scalia, Secretary of Labor
  4.       The Honorable Elaine Chao, Secretary of Transportation
  5.       The Honorable Robert Lighthizer, United States Trade Representative
  6.         The Honorable Keith Krach, Under Secretary for Growth, Energy and the Environment, Department of State
  7.       The Honorable Ivanka Trump, Assistant to the President and Advisor to the President
  8.       The Honorable Jared Kushner, Assistant to the President and Senior Advisor to the President
  9.         The Honorable Christopher Liddell, Assistant to the President and Deputy Chief of Staff for Policy Coordination

The GoldFish Report No. 422: New Years Eve Livestream w/ A'drieiuous

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On The GoldFish Report No. 422, Louisa welcomed back A'drieiuous, a Pleaidian from New Lyra, who was shot down by the U.S Government and held as a prisoner for two years before being released, only to be left behind by his mate who became gravely ill in captivity. A'drie's story is compelling and thought provoking and gives us hope that good changes are coming for humanity. A'drieuious has launched his new radio station called Ascension radio, formerly Wolf Spirit radio, and you can listen in online at or on facebook at To receive our Reports you can subscribe to our BITCHUTE Channel at and to become a Patron of The GoldFish Report you can go to our Patreon page at . You can also subscribe to our "NEW" YouTube channel at, and, follow us on Twitter at @ReportGoldfish, you can also follow us and like us on our 24/7 research news page at and to help support these and other programs please visit to make a donation. Thank you for your support and Thank you for viewing. Visit our NEW Vimeo on Demand to view our Educational Country Roads Reports at this link here: To View our NEW Educational Bullet Points Reports use this link here: For viewer support of The GoldFish Report's Project "The Road to the White House", Please donate at at out PayPal or become a patron at To View The GoldFish Report's POTUS Reports, you can visit our BitChute page or view the unlisted report on YouTube from our POTUS Report page on our website at DISCLAIMER The following videos were created for educational purposes only. The content of this material strictly for research purposes, and readily available to the general public via the Internet. Viewing of the GoldFish Reports acknowledges that senders and recipients hereby agree to this disclaimer, thus releasing the source author from any and all personal liability. Also, individuals who alter or deviate from this source material, may be exposing themselves to the full extent of law. THE OPINIONS AND HYPOTHESES OF OUR GUESTS AND GUEST CO-HOSTS DO NOT NECESSARILY REFLECT THE VIEWS OF THE GOLDFISH REPORT POTUS UPDATE. AN OPINION AND HYPOTHESIS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITH NEWLY PRESENTED RESEARCH AND EVIDENCE. THE GOLDFISH REPORT POTUS REPORT IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR INFORMATION THAT MAY BE UNKNOWINGLY INACCURATE, ALTHOUGH WE DO OUR BEST TO PRESENT FACTS, OUR GOAL IS TO HAVE THE CONVERSATION ABOUT DIFFERENT PERSPECTIVES OF WORLD EVENTS AND HOW THOSE MAKING THE DECISIONS MAY IMPACT OUR LIVES. VIEWER DISCERNMENT IS ADVISED. FAIR USE NOTICE: This site contains copyrighted material the use of which has not always been specifically authorized by the copyright owner. We are making such material available in our efforts to advance understanding of criminal justice, political, human rights, economic, democracy, scientific, and social justice issues, etc. We believe this constitutes a fair use of any such copyrighted material as provided for in section 107 of the US Copyright Law. In accordance with Title 17 U.S.C. Section 107, the material on this site is distributed without profit to those who have expressed a prior interest in receiving the included information for research and educational purposes. Copyright 2020 The GoldFish Report. All rights Reserved.

Presidential Message on National Mentoring Month

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Presidential Message on National Mentoring Month

Throughout National Mentoring Month, we recognize the selfless individuals who devote their time, energy, and expertise to ensure that future generations of Americans are better prepared to lead their communities, drive our economy, and safeguard our cherished freedoms.

Each day, countless Americans impart valuable wisdom to our Nation’s young people.  This guidance helps these future leaders transition into adulthood with the confidence and skillsets needed to pursue their American Dream.  From teachers and coaches to business owners and faith and civic leaders, these mentors come from all walks of life and are united in their shared goal of improving the lives of America’s youth.

To achieve their full potential, our youth need the encouragement and support of mentors in their communities.  During National Mentoring Month, we are reminded of our responsibility to help foster environments where children and young adults can best develop their skills and embark on life’s journey with confidence and purpose.

This month, I encourage all Americans to seek opportunities to enrich the lives of others and be a positive influence in the lives of young Americans.  Through our joint efforts, we can empower the next generation to succeed and to strengthen our great Nation.

Presidential Message on the 50th Anniversary of the National Environmental Policy Act

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Presidential Message on the 50th Anniversary of the National Environmental Policy Act

Signed into law on January 1, 1970, the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) requires Federal agencies to consider and inform the public of the environmental effects of proposed major Federal actions.  NEPA’s enactment was the culmination of legislative efforts to establish a national environmental policy and incorporate the consideration of environmental issues into the Federal Government’s decision-making processes.  Today, on the 50th anniversary of this milestone legislation, we take the opportunity to reflect upon NEPA’s goals of protecting our Nation’s natural resources and recommit to ensuring a safe, healthy, and productive environment for all Americans.

From commuting to work or school and turning on lights at home to having access to clean, reliable drinking water, the daily activities of all of our citizenry are affected by NEPA’s requirements.  Many projects involving the construction of roads, bridges, highways, airports, transmission lines, conventional and renewable energy projects, broadband deployment, and water infrastructure, as well as management activities on public lands, such as grazing, forest management, wildfire protection, and environmental restoration projects, must undergo Federal environmental review before they can proceed.  While the goals of NEPA remain the same as they did 50 years ago, the environmental review process designed to improve decision making has become increasingly complex and difficult to navigate.  Project sponsors and ordinary Americans seeking decisions on permits from the Federal Government can face significant uncertainty and delays that can increase costs, derail important projects, and threaten jobs for American workers and labor union members.

To improve Federal agency coordination and make environmental reviews and permitting processes far less time-consuming, I directed Federal agencies to implement a One Federal Decision policy for major infrastructure projects.  Under this policy, agencies are working to complete environmental reviews within 2 years.  Additionally, I directed the Council on Environmental Quality (CEQ) to modernize the Federal environmental review and decision-making process.  As a result, CEQ has conducted a thorough review of its NEPA implementing regulations and will soon issue a proposal to update those regulations to address the many concerns my Administration has heard from hardworking Americans, small businesses, and State and local officials.  Moreover, my Administration is delivering on my promise to continue cutting burdensome regulations and has issued almost eight deregulatory actions for every one new regulation imposed over the past 3 years, helping unleash the full potential of America’s economy.

My Administration remains committed to improving the environmental review and permitting process while ensuring environmental protection.  This will benefit our economy and environment while also enhancing the quality of life for current and future generations of Americans.  Today, we celebrate NEPA’s 50th anniversary and its role in protecting our environment as we look forward to improving its implementation for the 21st century.

Presidential Message on National Biotechnology Month

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Presidential Message on National Biotechnology Month

During National Biotechnology Month, we recognize the enormous potential of biotechnology to improve people’s lives here in the United States and around the world.  Its applications hold boundless possibilities for economic growth, national security, healthcare, manufacturing, and agriculture.  Using biotechnology, we can develop new ways to treat cancer, manufacture medicines, generate plastics, and provide America’s farmers and ranchers the tools they need to help feed, fuel, and clothe the world’s growing population, which is expected to surpass 9 billion by 2050.

The United States has made remarkable advances in this critical technology over the past two decades thanks to our unique research and innovation, harnessing the strengths of the private sector, academia, and government.  The American spirit of discovery has emboldened scientific pioneers across sectors to integrate biology with an amazing diversity of other fields, from manufacturing to computer science, driving biotechnology forward.

As the field continues to develop, the biotechnology industry already improves lives through its substantial economic contribution.  Biotechnology has stimulated the creation and growth of small businesses, generated new jobs, and encouraged agricultural, medical, and industrial innovation.  Advances in biotechnology are benefiting Americans in every corner of our Nation, from urban centers to rural communities.  For every one job in biotechnology, nearly two more jobs are created in other sectors across rural America.

To foster an environment of growth in this emerging field, my Administration continues to reduce unnecessary regulations, break down barriers to entry into the market place, and improve global competitiveness.  Last year, I took executive action to streamline the regulatory process and facilitate innovation for agricultural biotechnology products.  These changes will provide farmers and developers with greater certainty and clarity about the review process, enabling private sector innovation and investment, as well as potentially increasing the nutritional value of food and producing crops with better yields.

My Administration has pursued policies to encourage innovation, drive job growth, and ensure the American workforce is prepared for the 21st century economy.  We have supported an increased flow of information about these emerging technologies; accelerated the process and improved the consistency for approving new technologies, making them available as quickly and safely as possible; promoted both intellectual property protection and open international markets for biotechnology inventions and products; launched sweeping STEM education and workforce training initiatives; and encouraged private-sector investment and small business development through the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act that I signed into law during my first year in office.

As we mark the start of National Biotechnology Month and a new decade of American ingenuity, we recognize the importance of American leadership in maintaining science- and risk-based review and regulation of biotechnology products, promoting and safeguarding critical biotechnology infrastructure and data, and preparing the next generation of biotechnology scientists, engineers, and innovators.  Together, we can ensure this booming, innovative industry continues to foster economic growth and American innovation.

Presidential Message on National Stalking Awareness Month

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Presidential Message on National Stalking Awareness Month

National Stalking Awareness Month provides us with an opportunity to firmly rebuke the violating crime of stalking and to raise awareness about its warning signs.  It is also an opportunity for us to come together as a Nation to support those who have experienced stalking or harassment.

Stalking comes in many different forms, including making unsolicited, repetitive phone calls, sending unwanted letters or other items, and following victims or showing up at their workplaces or homes.  Those who have been targeted by a stalker know all too well the hopelessness, helplessness, and fear that come from experiencing this abusive and invasive behavior.

Often, stalking victims are familiar with the culprit of this crime.  Almost 75 percent of stalking victims know the offender, which can lead to a false sense of security and, in some cases, unspeakable tragedy.  That is why it is so important for those who feel they are experiencing some form of stalking or threatening behavior to immediately report it to local law enforcement or a trusted family member or friend.

As our society becomes increasingly interconnected through various online platforms, cyberstalking is another form of threatening behavior facing Americans, especially our young people.  According to the Bureau of Justice Statistics, one in four victims of stalking reports some form of cyberstalking.  This can include unwarranted e-mails, instant and direct messaging, or liking and commenting on social media posts.  It is vital that online behavior be held to the same standards of respect and integrity as are our interactions in person.

Stalking behavior is a manipulative tool used to exert control and incite fear, and victims can often feel isolated and vulnerable.  If you or someone you know is experiencing this abuse, there are many resources available online at the Department of Justice’s Stalking webpage, as well as through the National Center for Victims of Crime Hotline: 1-855-484-2846.  Please know that you are not alone and America stands with you.


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Palm Beach, Florida


December 31, 2019

9:24 P.M. EST

     THE PRESIDENT:  Hello, everybody.  Happy New Year.  Happy New Year.  We’re going to have a great year, I predict.  I think it’s going to be a fantastic year.  We had the best economic year, I think, in our country’s history.  And I think we’re really set for additional growth and jobs and everything else.  It’ll be great.


     Q    What do you want the American people to know, Mr. President, about how you’re handling the situation in Iraq, as it relates to Iran?

     THE PRESIDENT:  Well, I think it’s been handled very well.  The Marines came in.  We had some great warriors come in and do a fantastic job.  And they were there instantaneously, as soon as we heard.  I used the word “immediately”; they came immediately.  And it’s in great shape, as you know.  This will not be a Benghazi.  Benghazi should never have happened.  This will never, ever be a Benghazi.

     But we have some of our greatest warriors there.  They got in there very quickly.  As soon as we saw there was a potential for problem, they got in, and there was no problem whatsoever.

     I also want to thank the Iraqi government.  They really stepped up.  I spoke to the Prime Minister today.  I thanked him.  But they stepped up very nicely.

     Q    Mr. President, do you foresee going to war with Iran?

     THE PRESIDENT:  I don’t think that would be a good idea for Iran.  It wouldn’t last very long.  Do I want to?  No.  I want to have peace.  I like peace.  And Iran should want peace more than anybody.  So I don’t see that happening.  No, I don’t think Iran would want that to happen.  It would go very quickly.

     Q    Mr. President, can you -- what is your message tonight for -- what is your message tonight for North Korea?

     THE PRESIDENT:  Well, we’ll see.  I have a very good relationship with Kim Jong Un.  I know he’s sending out certain messages about Christmas presents, and I hope his Christmas present is a beautiful vase.  That’s what I’d like -- a vase --

     Q    Do you think it will be, sir?

     THE PRESIDENT:  -- as opposed to something else.  I don’t know.  I -- look, he likes me; I like him.  We get along.  He’s representing his country.  I’m representing my country.  We have to do what we have to do.

     But he did sign a contract.  He did sign an agreement, talking about denuclearization.  And that was signed.  Number-one sentence: denuclearization.  That was done in Singapore.  And I think he’s a man of his word.  So we’re going to find out, but I think he’s a man of his word.

     Q    I know it’s a night of celebration, Mr. President, but are you spoiling for a political fight in January, with the impeachment?

     THE PRESIDENT:  Well, the impeachment thing is a hoax.  It’s a big, fat hoax.  We had, I guess, 196 to nothing, with the Republicans.  We had three Democrats come over.  One actually joined our party, as you know -- which is, I think, a record.  I don’t think that’s been done before, in terms of somebody coming in like that on a vote like that.  But he joined our party -- from New Jersey.  He’s going to be fantastic.

     And, no, I think -- I look forward to it.  I mean, we’ll see.  We have absolutely -- we did nothing wrong.  All you have to do is read the transcripts.  If you read the transcripts -- or you could also do something else.  You could go see or speak to the President of Ukraine.  And the President of Ukraine said, loudly and boldly -- and I appreciate his statement -- he said it many times: There was no pressure.  The foreign minister of Ukraine said there was absolutely no pressure, and that’s the whole case right there.  There was no pressure whatsoever.

     I do say two things: We have to check corruption, and we also have to find out why is it that the United States is always giving foreign countries money.  And Germany and France and all of Europe -- they’re not doing much.  In fact, they’re not doing anything, relative to this.  Why is it always the United States?  I’ve been asking you those questions and making those statements for a long time to everybody standing here.  Nobody ever mentions that.

     That was part of it.  In fact, that’s in the transcript also.  I talk about -- a very good woman, to be honest with you -- Chancellor Merkel.  But I said, “Where is Chancellor Merkel?  Where is President Macron of France?  Why aren’t they putting up money?  Why is it always the United States?”  Nobody ever covers that, but that’s a big factor.  So I think that’s going to go very quick.  I think it’s going to go very easy.

     We have tremendous -- and, you know, I have to say this -- we have tremendous Republican support.  What the Democrats did in the House was a disgrace.  What they did -- how unfair it was.  We didn’t get lawyers.  We didn’t have witnesses.  We didn’t do anything.  And still, we got 100 percent of the Republican votes.  And it was bipartisan, because we got three Democrats.

     So I think the impeachment thing -- I call it “impeachment light.”  It’s a disgrace.  And Nancy Pelosi should be ashamed of herself.  She’s a highly overrated person.  I know her well; she’s highly overrated.

     Q    (Inaudible) about vaping?

     THE PRESIDENT:  Vaping is coming out.  We’re just going to be announcing it very shortly.  Some people already know about what we’re doing.  We have to protect our families.  At the same time, it’s a big industry.  We want to protect the industry.

     And, as you know, we’ll be taking it off -- the flavors -- for a period of time -- certain flavors.  We’re going to protect our families.  We’re going to protect our children.  And we’re going to protect the industry.  Hopefully, if everything is safe, they’re going to be going very quickly back onto the market.

     So the flavors will come off.  They’re going to be checked.  We want to make it -- people have died from this.  They’ve died from vaping.  We think we understand why.  But we’re doing a very exhaustive examination, and hopefully everything will be back on the market very, very shortly.

     Look, vaping can be good from the standpoint -- you look at the e-cigarettes -- you stop smoking.  If you can stop smoking, that’s a big advantage.

     So we think we’re going to get it back onto the market very, very quickly, but we have to protect the children.  We have to protect the families.  At the same time, we have a very big industry.  It’s become a very big industry.  We’re going to take care of the industry.

     Q    Do you want there to be a trial in the Senate?  Or do you want there not to be a trial in the Senate?
THE PRESIDENT:  I don’t really care.  It doesn’t matter.  As far as I’m concerned, I’d be very happy with the trial because we did nothing wrong.  We didn’t even have a witness, and we won 196 to nothing.  Okay?  We didn’t have a witness.  That was all the Democrats’ witness.

     Look, Adam Schiff is a corrupt politician.  He’s corrupt.  He got up -- he made a speech, said something I never said.  And when I released the transcript -- which is absolutely a perfect, totally appropriate conversation with a very good man, a very good President -- I hear he’s doing a great job.  But a big reason he got elected was corruption.  There’s tremendous corruption.

     But the other thing -- and, again, I ask: Why aren’t other countries -- Germany, France, and others -- why aren’t they putting up money like we put up?  And I’ve asked that question for a long time not only about Ukraine, about a lot of other places.

     I was able to get, recently, at NATO -- and you have to speak to Secretary General Stoltenberg -- $530 billion additionally, over a very short period of time; $130 billion immediately.  He has never seen anything like that.  That’s NATO.
This is something different.  Those countries should be putting up money.  They should also be giving to Ukraine.

     All right, one more question.  Go ahead.

     Q    (Inaudible) China trade.

     THE PRESIDENT:  On trade?  We’re very excited about trade.  The China deal will be signed probably on January 15th.  We put out a notice today.  And I’ll be going, at some point, to Beijing, to be with President Xi.  We have a great relationship.  And we’ll be doing something reciprocal.

     But I think, more importantly, we’ll be starting negotiations very soon on phase two.  And I think phase two can be complete.  A lot of people said, “Well, are you going to have phase two, or phase two and phase three?”  I think we’ll have phase two.  I think that should complete it.  But we’ll be starting those negotiations very soon.

     I want to thank everybody.  I want you to have a great year.  Look, you’re honorable people.  You have to stay honorable.  If you’re honorable, I’m going to win the election by a lot.  If you’re not honorable, I’m just going to win the election by a little.  So I’d rather have you be honorable, okay?

     Thank you.  Thank you.  Thank you, Jeff.  Good luck.  Thank you, Kevin.

     Q    How about Mrs. Trump’s New Year’s resolution?  Melania?

     Q    What is your resolution?

     MRS. TRUMP:  Happy New Year.

     Q    Happy New Year.  How about your New Year’s resolution?

     Q    What is your resolution?

     Q    What’s your goal for the New Year?

     MRS. TRUMP:  Peace on the world.

     THE PRESIDENT:  Peace is right.  But I’m -- I’m not sure you’re supposed to say resolutions out loud, okay?  So we don’t want to -- I don’t want to say what my resolution is because I think we jinx it, all right?

     But I can tell you, we have a good re- -- we really have a good resolution, and it’s a resolution for our country.  We love our country.  Our country has never done better than it’s doing right now.

     We have the best unemployment numbers.  We have the best employment numbers.  Almost 160 million people are working.  African American, Asian American, Hispanic American -- they have the best numbers in the history of our country.  We’re very happy.  And we rebuilt our military.  We cut taxes down -- the lowest in history, biggest tax cut ever.  We’re doing great.  Our country is really the talk of the world.  Everybody is talking about it.

     Thank you very much.

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