Monday, June 3, 2019

President Donald J. Trump Approves Louisiana Disaster Declaration

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President Donald J. Trump Approves Louisiana Disaster Declaration

Today, President Donald J. Trump declared that a major disaster exists in the State of Louisiana and ordered Federal assistance to supplement State and local recovery efforts in the areas affected by severe storms and tornadoes from April 24 to April 25, 2019.

Federal funding is available to State and eligible local governments and certain private nonprofit organizations on a cost-sharing basis for emergency work and the repair or replacement of facilities damaged by the severe storms and tornadoes in the parishes of Lincoln, Morehouse, and Union.

Federal funding is also available on a cost-sharing basis for hazard mitigation measures statewide.

Pete Gaynor, Acting Administrator, Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), Department of Homeland Security, named Traci L. Brasher as the Federal Coordinating Officer for Federal recovery operations in the affected areas.

Additional designations may be made at a later date if requested by the State and warranted by the results of further damage assessments.


The GoldFish Report No. 362- The Enemedia Within, Assange, Wikileaks Revelations on HRC

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1600 Daily The White House • June 3, 2019 In photos: Queen Elizabeth II welcomes President Trump and the First Lady

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The White House • June 3, 2019

In photos: Queen Elizabeth II welcomes President Trump and the First Lady 

From Buckingham Palace to Westminster Abbey, President Donald J. Trump and First Lady Melania Trump kicked off their State Visit to the United Kingdom with a trip to some of the U.K.’s most significant landmarks.

The historic visit began with a royal welcome as Marine One landed on the lawn of Buckingham Palace, where Charles, Prince of Wales, and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, greeted the President and First Lady. Queen Elizabeth II welcomed President Trump with a handshake at the top of the palace stairs.

This week’s trip reflects the special relationship between America and Great Britain, coinciding with the 75th anniversary of D-Day. On June 6, 1944, the Allied forces landed on Omaha Beach in France in the largest land, air, and sea invasion in military history. Thousands of soldiers from both nations lost their lives, but their courage led to victory in World War II—and thus changed the course of history.

Commemorating this shared sacrifice, British armed forces played an important role in today’s ceremonies. After the performances of both the American and British national anthems, President Trump accompanied Prince Charles for a traditional inspection of the uniformed Guard of Honor.

At Westminster Abbey, Prince Andrew, the Duke of York, served as a guide through the church’s historic halls. While inside, the President and First Lady stopped to lay a wreath at the Grave of the Unknown Warrior. Set in the central aisle of the Abbey, the tomb represents all those who died in service but have no known grave, much like Arlington National Cemetery’s own Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.

This evening, Queen Elizabeth concluded the day’s busy schedule of events with an official State Banquet. From Buckingham Palace's ballroom, members of the Royal Family—along with some 170 guests—welcomed America’s First Family.

In photos: President Trump and the First Lady arrive at Buckingham Palace.

Watch: Queen Elizabeth leads a tour through the Royal Collection display

Honoring the victims of Virginia Beach

On Friday afternoon, America mourned the loss of 12 souls after a gunman opened fire in a senseless act of violence at a municipal building in Virginia Beach, Virginia.

“Our Nation grieves with those affected by the tragic shooting,” President Trump said in a Proclamation for the victims. “Americans unite in praying for God to comfort the injured and heal the wounded.” In honor of those victims, he also ordered the U.S. flag to be flown at half-staff at the White House and other public grounds.

Read President Trump’s Proclamation.

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Official White House Photo by Shealah Craighead
President Trump and Queen Elizabeth tour the Royal Collection of American items in the Picture Gallery at Buckingham Palace in London | June 3, 2019


Office of the Press Secretary


Buckingham Palace
London, United Kingdom

8:49 P.M. BST

     HER MAJESTY QUEEN ELIZABETH II:  Mr President, I am delighted to welcome you and Mrs. Trump to Buckingham Palace this evening, just 12 months after our first meeting at Windsor.

Visits by American Presidents always remind us of the close and longstanding friendship between the United Kingdom and the United States, and I am so glad that we have another opportunity to demonstrate the immense importance that both our countries attach to our relationship.

In the coming days, you will see some of our most treasured historical buildings, speak to the business leaders whose expertise and innovation drive our economies, and meet members of our armed services, past and present.  You will also travel to Portsmouth and Normandy to commemorate the 75th anniversary of D-Day.

On that day -- and on many occasions since -- the armed forces of both our countries fought side-by-side to defend our cherished values of liberty and democracy.

Mr. President, in your State of the Union Address this year, you paid tribute to some of the American heroes who risked their lives, and we owe an immeasurable debt to the British, American, and Allied soldiers who began the liberation of Europe on the 6th of June 1944.

I paid my first State Visit to your country at the invitation of President Eisenhower.  As Supreme Allied Commander, he had ultimate responsibility for the execution of the Normandy landings.  In his headquarters in St. James’s Square -- not far from Buckingham Palace -- British and American officers worked closely together to plan the freedom of a continent, and it would be no exaggeration to say that millions of lives depended on their common endeavour.

As we face the new challenges of the 21st century, the anniversary of D-Day reminds us of all that our countries have achieved together.  After the shared sacrifices of the Second World War, Britain and the United States worked with other allies to build an assembly of international institutions to ensure that the horrors of conflict would never be repeated.

While the world has changed, we are forever mindful of the original purpose of these structures: nations working together to safeguard a hard-won peace.

Of course, it is not only our security which unites us, but our strong cultural links and shared heritage.  Every year, there are almost 4 million visits by Americans to the United Kingdom, with a great number claiming British descent.  And with your own Scottish ancestry, Mr. President, you too have a particular connection to this country.

We are also bound by the strength and breadth of our economic ties, as the largest investors in each other’s economies.  British companies in the United States employ over one million Americans, and the same is true vice versa.

Mr. President, as we look to the future, I am confident that our common values and shared interests will continue to unite us.  Tonight, we celebrate an alliance that has helped to ensure the safety and prosperity of both our peoples for decades, and which I believe will endure for many years to come.

Ladies and gentlemen, I invite you all to rise and drink a toast to President and Mrs. Trump, to the continued friendship between our two nations, and to the health, prosperity, and happiness of the people of the United States.

(A toast is given.)

PRESIDENT TRUMP:  Your Majesty, Melania and I are profoundly honored to be your guests for this historic State Visit.  Thank you for your warm welcome, for this beautiful weather -- (laughter) -- your gracious hospitality, and Your Majesty’s nearly seven decades of treasured friendship with the United States of America.

This week, we commemorate a mighty endeavor of righteous nations and one of the greatest undertakings in all of history.  Seventy-five years ago, more than 150,000 Allied troops were preparing on this island to parachute into France, storm the beaches of Normandy, and win back our civilization.

As Her Majesty remembers, the British people had hoped and prayed and fought for this day for nearly five years.

When Britain stood alone during the Blitz of 1940 and 1941, the Nazi war machine dropped thousands of bombs on this country and right on this magnificent city.  Buckingham Palace alone was bombed on 16 separate occasions.

In that dark hour, the people of this nation showed the world what it means to be British.  They cleared wreckage from the streets, displayed the Union Jack from their shattered homes, and kept fighting on to victory.  They only wanted victory.

The courage of the United Kingdom’s sons and daughters ensured that your destiny would always remain in your own hands.
Through it all, the Royal Family was the resolute face of the Commonwealth’s unwavering solidarity.

In April of 1945, newspapers featured a picture of the Queen Mother visiting the women’s branch of the Army, watching a young woman repair a military truck engine.  That young mechanic was the future Queen -- that great, great woman.  Her Majesty inspired her compatriots in that fight to support the troops, defend her homeland, and defeat the enemy at all cost.

We also pay tribute to Prince Philip’s distinguished and valiant service in the Royal Navy during the Second World War.

On D-Day, the Queen’s beloved father King George the Sixth delivered a stirring national address.  That day, he said, “After nearly five years of toil and suffering, we must renew that crusading impulse on which we entered the war and met its darkest hour…Our fight is against evil and for a world in which goodness and honor may be the foundation of the life of men in every land.”

This evening, we thank God for the brave sons of the United Kingdom and the United States who defeated the Nazis and the Nazi regime, and liberated millions from tyranny.

The bond between our nations was forever sealed in that “Great Crusade.”  As we honor our shared victory and heritage, we affirm the common values that will unite us long into the future: freedom, sovereignty, self-determination, the rule of law, and reverence for the rights given to us by Almighty God.

From the Second World War to today, Her Majesty has stood as a constant symbol of these priceless traditions.  She has embodied the spirit of dignity, duty, and patriotism that beats proudly in every British heart.

On behalf of all Americans, I offer a toast to the eternal friendship of our people, the vitality of our nations, and to the long, cherished, and truly remarkable reign of Her Majesty the Queen.  Thank you.

(A toast is given.)

                                       END                8:59 P.M. BST


President Donald J. Trump Announces Intent to Nominate Individual to a Key Administration Post

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President Donald J. Trump Announces Intent to Nominate Individual to a Key Administration Post

Today, President Donald J. Trump announced his intent to nominate the following individual to a key position in his Administration:

Carl Whitney Bentzel of Maryland, to be a Commissioner of the Federal Maritime Commission, for the remainder of a five-year term expiring June 30, 2019, and an additional five-year term expiring June 30, 2024.

Mr. Bentzel currently provides consulting services on energy and transportation policy and projects at Bentzel Strategies LLC.  Previously, he worked as a Vice President at the DCI Group LLC.  Before joining the DCI Group, Mr. Bentzel served as a senior counsel on the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation, as well as the House Committee on Merchant Marine and Fisheries, where he worked on issues related to surface and maritime transportation.  Mr. Bentzel received his B.A. from St. Lawrence University, J.D. from University of Alabama School of Law, and L.L.M. in Admiralty Law from Tulane University.  Mr. Bentzel is a recipient of the United States Coast Guard’s Medal for Meritorious Public Service. 

West Wing Reads Queen Elizabeth Greets President Trump at Start of State Visit

West Wing Reads

Queen Elizabeth Greets President Trump at Start of State Visit

President Donald J. Trump and First Lady Melania Trump "arrived at Buckingham Palace Monday just after noon, local time, to meet Queen Elizabeth," Maria Puente reports in USA Today.

“The queen greeted President Trump after he ascended the palace stairs with Prince Charles at the West Terrace of Buckingham Palace. Melania walked behind with Duchess Camilla. The queen wore a big smile as she greeted the president with a handshake.”

President Trump’s three-day state visit to the U.K. is timed to coincide with the 75th anniversary of D-Day.

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“President Trump was in Virginia Sunday for a special church service praying for victims of the Virginia Beach mass shooting,” Mark Moore and Lee Brown report in the New York Post. “Trump stood behind pastor David Platt as he offered a prayer for the 12 killed in Friday’s mass shooting.”
“The Trump administration Friday announced approval of year-round access to gasoline with higher blends of ethanol, a move that could boost corn prices for farmers and lower costs for drivers,” Donnelle Eller writes in the Des Moines Register. “The decision is welcome news for farm groups that have pushed for expanded consumer access to gasoline with 15% ethanol.”
“Mueller and his predecessors spent two years investigating, with full cooperation from the White House. Nadler knows perfectly well that his ‘investigations’ won’t find anything new,” the New York Post editorial board writes. “It’s nothing but an elaborate stall, and Mueller is entirely right to not waste his time in a pointless, political dog-and-pony show.”
“Sheriffs on the front lines of the surging illegal immigration crisis are pushing back against pro-sanctuary advocates” who oppose helping Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials detain criminals, Paul Bedard reports in the Washington Examiner. “Soon, every county is going to be a border county,” warned Sheriff Chuck Jenkins of Frederick County, Maryland.

Presidential Message on Eid al-Fitr, 2019

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Presidential Message on Eid al-Fitr, 2019
Melania joins me in sending our warmest greetings on Eid al-Fitr.

At the conclusion of the holy month of Ramadan, Muslims celebrate the day of Eid through prayer and reflection.  This sacred day provides Muslims, both in the United States and around the world, an opportunity to renew their commitment to help those less fortunate, to strengthen their faith in God, and to engage in worship and fellowship with others.

We hope that this holiday brings joy and peace to all those celebrating, and we pray that communities worldwide feel God’s abundant blessings of love, forgiveness, and goodwill.

Eid Mubarak.


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“A strong and independent United Kingdom, like a strong and independent United States, is truly a blessing on the world.” – President Donald J. Trump

AN IMPORTANT NEW ERA: President Donald J. Trump is honored to be back in the United Kingdom during this important time of change and opportunity for its nations and people.

•    The longstanding relationship between the United States and the United Kingdom is essential to our shared security and prosperity.
•    As the United Kingdom continues to work toward a plan to leave the European Union (EU), the United States pledges to maintain a strong relationship with both.
     o    The United States will continue to prepare for all outcomes and coordinate with governments, financial institutions, and international bodies to protect its interests.
•    President Trump supports Brexit being accomplished in a way that will not affect global economic and financial stability while also securing independence to the United Kingdom.

ROBUST ECONOMIC RELATIONS: President Trump seeks to strengthen our economic ties with the United Kingdom through an ambitious new trade agreement.

•    The United Kingdom is one of the largest markets for U.S. exports and one of the largest suppliers of U.S. imports.
•    In February, President Trump outlined his negotiating objectives to strike an ambitious trade agreement with the United Kingdom after it leaves the EU.
•    As two of the top five largest economies in the world, the United States and the United Kingdom stand to benefit greatly from expanded trade and economic cooperation.
     o    In 2018, the United States and the United Kingdom had more than $260 billion in two-way trade in goods and services.
•    At nearly $1.3 trillion, the United States and the United Kingdom share one of the world's largest bilateral foreign direct investment partnerships.
     o    More than 2.2 million jobs depend directly on those investments.

GLOBAL SECURITY AND SHARED PROSPERITY: President Trump is working with the United Kingdom to address global and regional security issues and to promote shared prosperity.

•    Now nearly 80 members strong, the United States and the United Kingdom are leaders in the Global Coalition to Defeat ISIS.
     o    The Royal Air Force and other partners liberated more than 110,000 square kilometers of territory and freed nearly 8 million people from ISIS.
•    The United Kingdom is working with the United States to hold Iran accountable for its malign behavior and unacceptable rhetoric.
•    In Asia, the United States and the United Kingdom are working toward a denuclearized Korean Peninsula and continue to address China’s malicious cyber activities and egregious human rights abuses.
•    The United States and the United Kingdom remain committed to NATO’s principle of collective defense, exceeding the 2 percent of GDP required to be provided by the Wales Pledge.
•    In 2017, the United States and the United Kingdom signed a landmark science and technology agreement that created a pathway for advancements in early-stage R&D, artificial intelligence, and more.


Office of the Press Secretary


South Lawn


8:08 P.M. EDT

     THE PRESIDENT:  Hello everybody.  So we'll be going to the UK.  I think it’ll be very important.  It certainly will be very interesting.  There's a lot going on in the UK.  And I'm sure it's going to work out very well for them.

     As you know, they want to do trade with the United States, and I think there's an opportunity for a very big trade deal at some point in the near future.  And we'll see how that works out.  Our country is doing incredibly well.  Our businesses are doing well.

     We're going to clog up the border.  We're going to stop the border.  Mexico is making hundreds of billions of dollars for many, many years.  And they have to do something about the border.  Everyone is coming through Mexico -- including drugs, including human trafficking -- and we're going to stop it or we’re not going to do business and that’s going to be it.  It’s very simple.

     They're sending a big delegation right here to the White House on Wednesday, as I understand it.  And we’ll see what can be done.  But if it's not done, you know what we're going to be doing.  And I'm really okay with that.

     Q    The suspect in the Virginia Beach shooting used a silencer on his weapon.  Do you believe that silencers should be restricted?

     THE PRESIDENT:  I don't like them at all.

     Q    Mr. President, is it appropriate for you to be weighing in on Brexit and the Prime Minister -- who should be the next Prime Minister?

     THE PRESIDENT:  Well, people ask me questions -- like you; you're asking me a question.  Don't ask me the question if you don't want me to talk about it.

     Q    Mr. President, what specifically does --

     THE PRESIDENT:  Go ahead.

     Q    What specifically would Mexico --

     THE PRESIDENT:  Talk -- talk up.

     Q    What specifically would Mexico have to do to get the tariffs removed?

     THE PRESIDENT:  They have to stop the illegal flow -- the flow of drugs; of immigrants, illegal immigrants -- people that have not gone through the process.  We have people -- we want people to come into our country, but they have to come in legally.  We have a list of people -- literally, millions of people -- applying for membership and citizenship to our great country.

     These people walk in; nobody knows who they are.  They don't know the problems.  We have a lot of crime that's able to walk in.  Our Border Patrol has apprehended record numbers of people.  They're doing an incredible job.

     We're starting, as you know, the process.  We're getting them out.  So they may think they get in because the laws are no good, but they're getting out.  And for that, the laws are very good.  So we're taking them out almost as fast as they come in.  But it's a big, big job.

     And if the Democrats would wise up and give us the proper laws -- the proper immigration laws -- we could solve the problem in one day.  But, in the meantime, Mexico can do it.

     And, by the way, beyond the immigration laws, Mexico should be doing it.  What Mexico has been doing to this country for so many years -- like 25 to 30 years -- with the drugs and human trafficking and illegals all pouring through Mexico -- no good -- and caravans.  No good.

     Q    What do you intend to do about Idlib -- about the massacre of civilians in Idlib Province in Syria?

     THE PRESIDENT:  I don't like what's happening in Syria with Idlib.  I gave people a warning seven months ago.  I stopped it.  I don't like what's happening.  They're killing indiscriminately many, many civilians.  Bad things are happening over there.

     Q    Mr. President, can you say whether you're going to meet with Boris Johnson (inaudible)?

     THE PRESIDENT:  Well, I think I may meet with him.  He’s been a friend of mine.  He’s been very nice.  I have a very good relationship with him.  I have a very good relationship with Nigel Farage -- with many people over there.  And we'll see what happens, but I may meet with him.  They want to meet.  We'll see what happens.

     Q    Can you say also whether you’re considering any tariffs on Australia (inaudible)?

     THE PRESIDENT:  The Australian situation is interesting, but the relationship is very strong.  No, we're doing a very -- a very special relationship with Australia.

     Q    (Inaudible) released a recording of Secretary of State --

     THE PRESIDENT:  Go ahead.

     Q    The Washington Post has released a recording of Secretary of State Pompeo saying he doesn't think that your Middle East peace plan will gain any traction when he was speaking with Jewish leaders.

     THE PRESIDENT:  You have to talk up.  We have a helicopter.

     Q    Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has been caught on audio tape speaking to Jewish leaders saying that he doesn’t think your Middle East peace plan will gain any traction.  Do you have any comment?

     THE PRESIDENT:  Well, let’s see what happens.  I mean, look, we're doing our best to help the Middle East to get a peace plan.  And he may be right.  I mean, most people would say that.  I think we have a good chance, but we'll see what happens.

     In the meantime, Israel is all messed up with their election.  I mean, that came out of the blue three days ago.  So that's all messed up.  They ought to get their act together.  I mean, Bibi got elected.  Now, all of a sudden, they're going to have to go through the process again until September?  That's ridiculous.  So we're not happy about that.

     But if we can get a Mid East peace plan, that’d be good.  And when Mike says that, I understand when he says that because most people think it can't be done.  I think it probably can.  But, as I say often, we'll see what happens.

Q    Are you willing to apologize to the Royal Family or to clarify your comments about Duchess Meghan Markle?

     THE PRESIDENT:  No, I made no bad comment.  Thank you.

     Q    Mr. President, are you willing to say that MBS is responsible for Khashoggi's death?

     THE PRESIDENT:  When did this come up again?  What are you, back -- are you back --

     Q    Jared.  Jared talked to Axios.

     THE PRESIDENT:  Are you back -- what -- four months ago?  No.

     Q    Nancy Pelosi was booed -- Nancy Pelosi was booed yesterday at a speech in San Francisco by Democratic activists who screamed "Impeach.  Impeach." 

     THE PRESIDENT:  Well, you know why?  Because people want her to do work.  People want the Democrats to pass immigration laws.  They want the Democrats, very importantly, to do something on infrastructure.  They want the Democrats to reduce drug pricing.  That's the reason they’re all getting booed.

     Q    But those Democrats wanted you impeached, sir.

     Q    If it comes to impeachment -- I know you don't think there's a basis for impeachment, but is your team prepared for that possibility?

     THE PRESIDENT:  There is no basis whatsoever for impeachment.  None.  There was no collusion.  There was no obstruction.  There was no crime.  The crime was by the Democrats.  The crime was by the Democrats.  There is no legal basis for impeachment.  It's a big witch hunt.  Everybody knows it, including the Democrats.

     Q    Would you being willing to meet with Sadiq Khan in London -- the mayor?

     THE PRESIDENT:  No, I don't think much of him.  I think that he's a -- he's the twin of de Blasio, except shorter.

     Okay.  Thank you everybody.

                            END           8:15 P.M. EDT