CBS News's Lesley Stahl interviewed President Donald Trump in a 60 Minutes interview. The reporter asked President Trump how it has been joining politics. Trump said, "Okay. So I always used to say the toughest people are Manhattan real estate guys and blah, blah. Now I say they're babies."
Stahl responded, "Who's the toughest?" Trump responded, "They're babies, the political people. This is the most deceptive, vicious world. It is vicious, it's full of lies, deceit and deception. You make a deal with somebody and it's like making a deal with-- that table. Stahl said, "Give me an example." Trump said, "Well, I don't wanna give you an example. I'm not looking to-- in the meantime, nobody's been able to do what I've been able to do. Remember that. When you look at taxes, you look at regulations, you look at-- making deals with other countries."
Trump continued, "Nobody's been able to do anything like this. Actually, most people didn't even try because they knew they didn't have the ability to do it. But it's a very deceptive world. The other thing I've really learned is I never knew how dishonest the media was."
CBS News's Lesley Stahl interviewed President Donald Trump in a 60 Minutes interview. Trump spoke on the possibility of Climate Change being a hoax. "I think something's happening. Something's changing and it'll change back again." Trump added, "I don't think it's a hoax, I think there's probably a difference. But I don't know that it's manmade. I will say this. I don't wanna give trillions and trillions of dollars. I don't wanna lose millions and millions of jobs. I don't wanna be put at a disadvantage."
Reporter Stahl said, " I wish you could go to Greenland, watch these huge chunks of ice just falling into the ocean, raising the sea levels." Trump responded, "And you don't know whether or not that would have happened with or without man. You don't know."
The reporter pointed out that scientists "at NOAA and NASA" believe in Climate Change. To which Trump said, "We have scientists that disagree with that. You'd have to show me the scientists because they have a very big political agenda, Lesley. Look, scientists also have a political agenda."
Liberal news company, Politico admitted that President Donald "Trump may not be crazy, But the Rest of Us Are Getting There Fast." Politico's John F. Harris wrote, "CNN before love-making is not his idea of a turn-on. But she can hardly turn it off—engrossed as she is in the latest unnerving gyrations of Washington."
The article continued, "Who else to blame but Donald Trump? A president who excites hot feelings in many quarters has cooled them considerably in the bedroom of a Philadelphia couple, who sought counseling in part because the agitated state of American politics was causing strain in their marriage."
The article then cited a study from the market research firm, Galileo. The study finds that in Trump's first 100 days, 40% of Americans said they "can no longer have open and honest conversations with some friends or family members.” The article read, "Nearly a quarter of respondents said their political views have hurt their personal relationships."
The host of MSNBC's "Deadline: White House," who worked as Jeb Bush's press secretary, Nicolle Wallace, told Jeb to punch then candidate Donald Trump "in the face." Panel member, Former Republican Committee Chairman Michael Steele said, "if any of the Republicans on that stage backed Jeb Bush up," the results of the primary might have changed.
Wallace said, "I told Jeb Bush after the debate that I thought he should have punched him in the face. Even if you lost, he insulted your wife, he came down the escalator and called Mexicans rapists and murderers. He said, ‘What do you think I should have done?’ I said, ‘I think you should have punched him in the face and then gotten out of the race. You would have been a hero.'” President Trump's son, Donald Trump Jr. responded on Twitter, "Is anyone shocked that the left wants people to resort to violence?"
President Donald Trump held a "Make America Great Again" rally at the Warren Country Fairgrounds in Lebanon, Ohio. Trump said, "Tonight, every American heart is with our fellow citizens affected by Hurricane Michael. Sounds like a very nice name, that was a vicious hurricane. Weather it's in Florida, Georgia, Alabama, North Carolina, South Carolina, a lot of areas affected. But we just want to give everybody our love."
Trump said, "That was a devastating power that hit, among the most powerful hurricanes ever to hit our country. It was devastating but, they'll rebuild, they're strong great people. And just God Bless You all, thank you. My administration has been in constant communication with the state and local authorities all over the various states. When we're in trouble, we pull together. We pull together like nobody. "
President Donald Trump held a "Make America Great Again" rally at the Warren Country Fairgrounds in Lebanon, Ohio. Trump said, "No but think of it, if you remember. The previous administration said that manufacturing jobs. Other than that you like them very much, right. But remember, they said manufacturing jobs, they're gone, they're dead."
Trump continued, "Remember the expression, 'You would need a magic wand to bring them back.' We're bringing them back, I guess we have the magic wand - they're coming back. They're coming back from Mexico, they're coming back from Canada, they're coming back from everywhere. We are now the hottest country anywhere in the world. "
President Donald Trump held a "Make America Great Again" rally at the Warren Country Fairgrounds in Lebanon, Ohio. Trump said, "We're bringing them back, I guess we have the magic wand - they're coming back. They're coming back from Mexico, they're coming back from Canada, they're coming back from everywhere. We are now the hottest country anywhere in the world."
Trump continued, "Look at that back there look at that. Fake news, fake news, fake. You go back and they'll say, 'Did he say, did he say this or that? Or this?' That's ok, you know what? We've learned how to live with them. We've learned how to live with them."
Inspirational rapper Kanye West had a meeting with President Donald Trump in the Oval Office. Kanye West explained how his "Make America Great Again" hat resonated with him. "It gives me power in a way. You know, my dad and my mom separated, so I didn’t have a lot of male energy in my home, "He said.
Kanye continued, "And also I’m married to a family that, you know, not a lot of male energy going on,” he said. “It’s beautiful, though.” Kanye said, "It’s something about, I love Hillary. I love everyone, right? But the campaign ‘I’m With Her’ just didn’t make me feel like a guy that didn’t get to see my dad all the time, like a guy that could play catch with his son.”
This meeting comes after Kanye's "Saturday Night Live" taping. "What I need Saturday Night Live to improve on. What I need the liberals to improve on is, if he don't look good — we don’t look good. This is our president."
According to The White House, in April 2018, Trump signed "historic legislation into law to combat online sex trafficking, holding perpetrators accountable and ensuring justice for survivors." Trump also issued an Executive Order directing his Administration to "crack down" on transnational criminal organizations that use human trafficking.
The Trump administration has been working hard to end the "absolutely horrific practice of human trafficking." According to new statistics, human trafficking arrests have hit an all time high, thanks to President Trump. The highest amount of human traffickers have been arrest in 2018, there have been 5,987 arrests to June 23. This is a huge accomplishment that the mainstream media won't cover.
Under the Obama Administration there were little arrests. Starting in 2010, there were 300 arrests. In 2011 there were 938 arrests. In 2012 there were 967 arrests. In 2013 there were 1,877 arrests. In 2014 there were 1,771 arrests. In 2015 there were 1,437 arrests. In 2016 there were 1,952 arrests.
Then, with new President Donald Trump, there were 3,213 arrests in 2017. The most recent statistic is in 2018 to June 23, which reveals 5,987 human traffickers have been arrested. President Donald Trump said in March of 2018, "My Administration will focus on ending the absolutely horrific practice of human trafficking. And I am prepared to bring the full force and weight of our government, whatever we can do, in order to solve this horrific problem."
President Donald Trump hosted a "Make America Great Again" rally in Pennsylvania, Wednesday afternoon. Trump said, "America is winning like never before because, we are finally putting America First. After years of rebuilding other nations, we are finally rebuilding our nation. But if Nancy Pelosi and the Democrats take over Congress, they will try to raise your taxes, we've lowered them tremendously, Impose socialism, which is where they're coming from. And take over and destroy American Health Care."
Trump continued, "And you see what we're doing with health care, you see it. Democrats want to abolish America's borders and allow drugs and gangs to pour into our country unembedded. And I say this, and I mean this, the Democrats are the party of crime. That's what's happening, they're the party of crime. Republicans are the party of law, order, and justice. And we are also the party of jobs, jobs, jobs."
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