Monday, January 27, 2020

1600 Daily The White House • January 27, 2020 The 3 Things Democrats Can’t Change

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The White House • January 27, 2020

The 3 things Democrats can’t change

House Democrats have tried almost everything by this point. They’ve left no stone unturned in their effort to, as Impeachment Manager Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) put it, “send that charlatan in the White House back to the golden throne he came from."

That promise came during his supposedly impartial impeachment probe, by the way.

 WatchHouse Democrats tell one story. Their evidence tells another. 

Each day comes with a new diversion, as Democrat leaders and their media surrogates try to distract you from the case at hand. They have no choice: The House’s Articles of Impeachment are historically weak, undermined from the start by a sham investigation more focused on politics than justice. Their only hope is to change the story.

It won’t work, because 3 facts are staying the same no matter what stunts they pull.

First, the impeachment inquiry itself was unauthorized and unconstitutional. Breaking with historical precedent, the probe began long before the House was even permitted to vote on it. Instead, Speaker Nancy Pelosi simply announced the inquiry with a press conference. It’s the only impeachment in American history to begin that way.

From there, Democrat-led House committees began issuing subpoenas with the unconstitutional demand that White House officials provide closed-door testimony without the right to executive branch counsel. House Democrats threw 150 years of precedent out the window, denying President Trump the basic due-process protections afforded to both Presidents Nixon and Clinton.

Secondtheir whole case is irreparably damaged by the person leading it. Adam Schiff, who supervised the “investigation,” should actually be called as a fact witness in the case. Far from a neutral referee, he and his team coordinated with the very whistleblower at the center of the Ukraine probe—before the complaint was even filed.

Even worse, he lied about it, earning 4 Pinocchios from The Washington Post fact-checkers for his attempt to cover it up. Schiff’s involvement in orchestrating this sham impeachment makes it obvious he should never have been in charge of investigating it.

Third, and most important: President Trump did nothing wrong, let alone broke the law.

Multiple witnesses affirmed that President Trump was right to worry about corruption in Ukraine. The President’s “deeply rooted” view of past Ukrainian corruption was a “reasonable position,” Ambassador Kurt Volker testified. “Most people who know anything about Ukraine would think that.”

That’s true. And despite Democrats’ insistence that even looking into Burisma and the Bidens was “baseless”—indeed, impeachable—the facts say otherwise. Here’s just a partial list of the people and organizations who found enough basis to look into it: the Obama State Department, The New York TimesThe Washington Post, ABC’s White House reporter, the United Kingdom’s Serious Fraud Office, Hunter Biden’s business partner Chris Heinz, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State George Kent, and many more.

The bottom line is that a President has both the right and the responsibility to protect American taxpayers from foreign corruption, including in Ukraine. If the American people disagree with that policy decision, they have every right to say so—at the ballot box.

Democrats want to take that right away from you. They’re afraid of what you might say.

FACT CHECK: Even ABC News thought there was a basis to look into this.

 WatchFastest impeachment in history . . . followed by the longest delay

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Statement from the Press Secretary on Supreme Court Victory

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Statement from the Press Secretary on Supreme Court Victory

Today’s stay from the Supreme Court is a massive win for American taxpayers, American workers, and the American Constitution. This decision allows the Government to implement regulations effectuating longstanding Federal law that newcomers to this country must be financially self-sufficient and not a “public charge” on our country and its citizens. Two courts of appeals had already ruled that the Government should be able to implement these regulations, but one single district judge’s nationwide injunction remained. As two Justices pointed out today, the expanding practice of district courts entering nationwide injunctions raises real problems about the proper power of a judge to decide only the case before him or her.


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Bill Announcement

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On Monday, January 27, 2020, the President signed into law:

H.R. 263, which renames the Oyster Bay National Wildlife Refuge in Nassau County, New York, as the "Congressman Lester Wolff Oyster Bay National Wildlife Refuge";

H.R. 434, the "Emancipation National Historic Trail Study Act," which directs the Department of the Interior to study the suitability and feasibility of designating the Emancipation National Historic Trail in Texas for inclusion in the National Trails System; and

S. 457, the "President George H.W. Bush and First Spouse Barbara Bush Coin Act," which requires the Department of the Treasury to mint and issue coins in 2020 that honor President George H.W. Bush and First Spouse Barbara Bush.


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Office of the Press Secretary


Rose Garden

11:11 A.M. EST

     Q    Mr. President, what’s your response to the Bolton manuscript?  And does this increase the chances he could be called to testify?

     PRESIDENT TRUMP:  Well, I haven’t seen a manuscript, but I can tell you: Nothing was ever said to John Bolton.  But I have not seen a manuscript.  I guess he’s writing a book.  I have not seen it.

     Q    Well, you know what the allegation is.

     PRESIDENT TRUMP:  We’ll talk inside.

     Q    Do you expect Prime Minister Netanyahu to implement the plan right away in the coming six weeks?

     PRESIDENT TRUMP:  Well, I think he’s here for a reason.  And, hopefully, that it will be "yes."  And peace in the Middle East has been long sought for many, many, many years and decades and centuries.  And this is an opportunity; we’ll see what happens.  Whatever it is, it is.  But he’s here for a reason.

     Q    Would you give a green light for annexation of the Jordan Valley within the coming months?

     PRESIDENT TRUMP:  We’re going to see.  We’re going to announce tomorrow at 12 o’clock.  We’re going to show a plan that's been worked on by everybody, and we’ll see whether or not it catches hold.  If it does, that’d be great.  And if doesn’t, we can live with it, too.  But I think it might have a chance.

     Q    Do you expect Benny Gantz to agree to the plan?

     PRESIDENT TRUMP:  Do I expect what?

     Q    Benny Gantz.

     PRESIDENT TRUMP:  He’s coming here today.  He’ll be here also.  And, as you know, they are two good competitors.  They’re fighting it out.

     I’ve been waiting now -- this is my third election.  We keep waiting, and waiting, and waiting.  So, let’s go.  What kind of a system is that?  That's a very strange system you have over there.  Wouldn’t you say that?

     Because we have been.  We’ve been waiting -- we’ve been talking about this for many months and we keep waiting for the election.  So that system has to be looked at.

     Q    But what about the allegations that this is an interference with internal politics in Israel?  The fact that --

     PRESIDENT TRUMP:  Well, I think what’s happening is -- one of the reasons that Mr. Gantz is here is for that reason.  He’s coming, too.  So I’m going to speak to him right after this.

     Q    What is your message to the residents of Judea and Samaria at this point?

     PRIME MINISTER NETANYAHU:  May I -- may I say something?

     Q    Yeah.

     PRIME MINISTER NETANYAHU:  I think -- first of all, I’m very honored to be here with you --

     PRESIDENT TRUMP:  Thank you.  It’s my honor.

     PRIME MINISTER NETANYAHU:  -- here today, Mr. President.  And I look forward to making history with you tomorrow.  And I think we’ll talk about the plan; I’ll talk about the plan -- of vision of peace, which is historic -- the President has put forward tomorrow.

     Today, I just want to say two words:  Thank you.  Thank you for everything you’ve done for Israel, everything you’ve done for Israel -- for recognizing Jerusalem as Israel’s capital; for moving your embassy there; for recognizing our sovereignty in the Golan Heights; for recognizing our rights in Judea and Samaria, the heartland of our biblical homeland; for the unprecedented security and intelligence cooperation between our two countries.

     I think, Mr. President, that the list of your support for Israel, the things you’ve done for Israel since you’ve become President, is very long.  But the bottom line is short: You have made our alliance stronger than ever.  And I look forward, in the coming years, to make it even stronger with a historic defense treaty that will anchor our alliance for generations.

     One last thing -- one last thing, which I think is important: This is International Holocaust Remembrance Day.  And on this day, I’m proud to stand here, as the Prime Minister of the one and only Jewish State, and thank you for confronting the most anti-Semitic regime on the planet.  When you came into office, Iran was on the march.  Because of your leadership, Iran is now on the run.

     You’ve withdrawn from the dangerous nuclear -- the nuclear deal.  You slapped on tremendous sanctions.  You have -- two weeks ago, you’ve taken out the most dangerous terrorist on the planet.  All those who seek peace, all those who want to fight terrorism should thank you, Mr. President, for your bold decisions and your bold actions.

     And on behalf of the State of Israel, I want to thank you for everything you’ve done for Israel, for confronting Iran, and for your extraordinary decisions, your friendship, and your leadership.

     That’s the end of my speech.

     Q    President Trump, last time, I asked you if you were for a two-state solution.  Are you going to say, tomorrow, "two-state and a Palestinian State"?

     PRESIDENT TRUMP:  You’re going to see very, very quickly.  We’re going to release a plan tomorrow at 12 o’clock.  You’re going to see for yourself.

     Okay.  We’ll see you inside.

                   END                11:15 A.M. EST


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Office of the Press Secretary


Oval Office

11:18 A.M. EST

     PRESIDENT TRUMP:  Well, thank you very much.  It's an honor to have Prime Minister Netanyahu, a great friend of mine and a great friend of our country.  We’ve had a tremendous almost three-year relationship.  I’ve known you many years before that, but this was three years of primetime, and we’ve done a lot for Israel.  And the relationship, I think, has never been better.

     We're going to be discussing Mideast peace.  We're going to be announcing a plan tomorrow at 12 o’clock.  And that’s a plan that Bibi and his opponent, I must say, have to like very much.  And I can say, in terms of Bibi, he does.  And I think in terms of his opponent, he does too.  I’ll be meeting with him in a little while.

     But this is a plan that's very important to peace in the Middle East.  No matter where I went, they say, “Israel and the Palestinians, they have to make peace before you can really have peace in the Middle East.”

     So people have been working on this for many, many years, and I think we’re relatively close, but we have to get other people to agree with it also.

     I will say, many of the Arab nations have agreed to it.  They like it.  They think it’s great.  They think it’s a big start.  I think it’s a big start too.  I think it’s a fantastic thing if we can pull it off.  They say it’s probably the most difficult deal anywhere and of any kind to make.

     In the business world -- when I was back in the business world, when a deal was tough, people would jokingly refer to it as, “This is tougher than Israel and the Palestinians getting together.”  And that’s what I’ve heard all my life, and so we'll see what happens.  We have something that makes a lot of sense for everybody.

     And we appreciate you being here, Mr. Prime Minister.  Great job you do.  Thank you.  Thank you very much.

     PRIME MINISTER NETANYAHU:  Thank you.  Thank you.  Mr. President, I just want to say two things: First, that the deal of the century is the opportunity of the century, and we're not going to pass it by.  And we’ll talk about that tomorrow.

     Today, I repeat, I just want to say thank you for everything you’ve done for the State of Israel.  You’ve been the greatest friend that Israel has had in the White House, and I think tomorrow we can continue making history.

     Thank you, Mr. President.

     PRESIDENT TRUMP:  Good.  I look forward to it.  Thank you very much.

     Q    Mr. President, did you speak to the Palestinians about your plan to the Palestinian President?  Because there are reports that he refused to take your call.

     PRESIDENT TRUMP:  We will be reporting on that tomorrow.  It's something they should want.  They probably won't want it initially, but I think in the end they will.  I think in the end, they're going to want it.  It's very good for them.  In fact, it's overly good to them.  So we'll see what happens.  Now, without them, we don’t do the deal and that’s okay.  They're not living well.

     As you know, we cut off aid to Palestinians, and something I don’t like to do, but we did that.  And we think that there's a very good chance that they're going to want this.  I would say their initial -- just as great negotiators -- and they're great negotiators.  Their initial response -- and I have no idea what they're going to say -- would be, "Oh, we don’t want anything."  But in the meantime, they'll be negotiating.  So let's see how it works.

     So, tomorrow, at 12 o'clock, we'll be announcing a plan, and it's a very big plan.  It will be a suggestion between Israel and the Palestinians.  It's the closest it's ever come, and we'll see what happens.  We have the support of the Prime Minister.  We have the support of the other parties.  And we think we will ultimately have the support of the Palestinians.  But we're going to see.  And if we do, it'll be a tremendous tribute to everybody.  And if we don’t, life goes on.

     Thank you very much, everybody.  Thank you.

     Q    Mr. President, what about the Bolton allegations ?


     Q    False?

     PRESIDENT TRUMP:   Totally false.

                                        END                11:23 A.M. EST



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West Wing Reads ‘Read the Transcript!’

West Wing Reads

‘Read the Transcript!’

“Long before Democrats finished making their marathon impeachment case Friday night, momentum had deserted them. The loops of repetition had gone from annoying to unbearable and the wild assertions got even wilder as their talk, talk, talk became a trial of its own,” Michael Goodwin writes in the New York Post.

President Trump’s legal team on Saturday “began with something Trump has said repeatedly, including to me when I interviewed him Jan. 7: ‘Read the transcript and you’ll see exactly what it is.’”

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House Democrats’ impeachment probe “sounds like something out of Kafka. It would never be tolerated in the U.S. judicial system: no competent judge would bar an accused from attempting to prove his defense; and if one did, any conviction would be reversed on appeal,” former Assistant U.S. Attorney Andrew McCarthy writes for National Review.
“The Democrats’ decision to push through a partisan, politically motivated, sham impeachment that lacked any sort of due process, constitutional basis, evidence, or facts, has and will cause irreparable harm to our country . . .  In reality, the Democrats’ work to take down our duly elected president began years ago,” Rep. Jeff Duncan (R-SC) writes in Greenville News.
“Kobe Bryant, despite being one of the truly great basketball players of all time, was just getting started in life. He loved his family so much, and had such strong passion for the future. The loss of his beautiful daughter, Gianna, makes this moment even more devastating,” President Trump tweeted yesterday. The President’s words came after news broke that the 41-year-old former All-Star and his 13-year-old daughter were among the victims of a helicopter crash in California, Aris Folley reports in The Hill.

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The GoldFish Report No 435: Political Theater- Impeachment Hoax

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Presidential Message on International Holocaust Remembrance Day, 2020

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Presidential Message on International Holocaust Remembrance Day, 2020

On International Holocaust Remembrance Day, we remember the millions of precious souls who perished as a result of the horrific crimes perpetrated by the Nazi regime.  We also reaffirm our steadfast commitment to confronting the vile poison of anti-Semitism wherever and whenever it arises.

This year’s annual observance of International Holocaust Remembrance Day is especially moving as we commemorate the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz.  As we solemnly mourn those who were abused, tortured, or killed at Auschwitz and other concentration and extermination camps, we acknowledge the heroes who risked their own lives—many of whom made the ultimate sacrifice—to help liberate the camps.  Their sacrifices helped the forces of freedom prevail to ensure that these atrocious crimes will never be repeated.

Unfortunately, there are still Jewish men, women, and children who face persecution and discrimination today.  To fight the rise of anti-Semitism in the United States, I issued an Executive Order in December of 2019 that will help combat racist, anti-Semitic discrimination.  Anti-Semitism will never be tolerated, and this action bolsters my Administration’s efforts to create a culture of respect that deeply values the dignity in every human life.

As we come together as one Nation on this International Holocaust Remembrance Day, we ask God to grant strength to those who survived the depravity of the Nazi regime and comfort to the families of the victims whose lives were cut short.  We ask that the world reflect on this day and seek to ensure that we stand united against intolerance and oppression of people of every race, religion, or ethnicity.  And, in order to ensure that these horrific crimes against God and humanity never happen again, we must resolve to combat evil and oppressive regimes with democracy, justice, and the compassionate spirit that is found in the hearts of all Americans.


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