Two presidents; one current, one former. As water seeks its own level, so too do people ultimately settle into their comfort zone. What a difference a day makes. As a final FU to the country, Obama sent $221 million to Abbas and the Palestinian Authority. If you are worried about what he’s been doing the last three days, fear not…. he soldiers on.
Next stop Necker Island: Barack and Michelle Obama are all smiles as they pose with immigration officials in British Virgin Islands before heading straight to Richard Branson’s private retreat
Barack and Michelle Obama touched down in British Virgin Islands on Monday
They flew in to the Caribbean on host Sir Richard Branson’s private plane
Former first couple will spend some time on his private retreat, Necker Island
British billionaire Branson campaigned against Trump throughout his campaign
They spent the weekend with friends in Palm Springs, California, after President Trump’s inauguration on Friday
IT WAS RAINING IN PALM SPRINGS; NO BIGGIE, WE GOT PLENTY OF RICH FRIENDS TO MOOCH OFF OF.
THESE TWO GET 6 SUV’S FOR THEIR SECRET SERVICE ENTOURAGE; BUSH HAS TWO.
Melania Trump Is Fashionable, But She’s Unlikely To Become A Fashion Icon Like Michelle Obama
Today, America gets a new First Lady. She’s beautiful – a former model! – with an impeccable wardrobe and the money to buy all the couture she wants. So why, when President Trump and his family are long out of the White House, and his administration is enshrined in the annals of history, will Michelle Obama – a woman with no connection to the fashion industry before she came into public view – be remembered as the more iconic of the two?
It’s simple. Becoming an icon is about more than just a pretty face and an international platform.
YEAH, A REAL FASHION ICON
Glad to see Obama go, Gulf Arabs expect Trump to counter Iran
Saudi Arabia in particular appears relieved at the departure of Barack Obama, who it felt considered Riyadh’s alliance with Washington less important than negotiating a deal in 2015 to neutralize Iran’s nuclear program.
The relationship is a pillar of the Middle East’s security balance. But it has suffered since Riyadh took issue with what it saw as Obama’s withdrawal from the region, and a perceived inclination towards Iran since the 2011 Arab uprisings.
MEANWHILE, WHAT DID TRUMP DO HIS FIRST FULL DAY IN OFFICE? OH, NOT MUCH
Teamsters Respond to TPP Withdrawal – PRAISE TRUMP!
“The Teamsters Union has been on the frontline of the fight to stop destructive trade deals like the TPP, China PNTR, CAFTA and NAFTA for decades. Millions of working men and women saw their jobs leave the country as free trade policies undermined our manufacturing industry.
We take this development as a positive sign that President Trump will continue to fulfill his campaign promises in regard to trade policy reform and instruct the USTR to negotiate future agreements that protect American workers and industry.”
AFL-CIO Praises President Trump’s Move to Withdraw from TPP, Renegotiate NAFTA, Target Big Pharma
Trump’s populist appeal to American workers in states like Wisconsin, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Ohio was critical to his landslide electoral college victory, when he stunned the bi-coastal political, financial, and cultural elites in places like New York City, Washington, D.C., and Los Angeles with a 306 electoral vote landslide win over Clinton on Nov. 8.
FORCED UNION DUES HAVE BEEN A CASH COW FOR THE DEMOCRAT PARTY FOR DECADES.THE LEADERS GET RICH,BUT THE WORKERS ARE GOING TO REALIZE AT SOME POINT THAT THEY’VE BEEN PLAYED FOR FOOLS ALL THIS TIME.
Trump Revives Reagan-Era Ban on Use of Foreign Aid for Abortion Counseling
Coming as one of Mr. Trump’s first executive orders, it was likely to please the anti-abortion lobby at home. But critics say it also symbolizes the new administration’s defiance of the women’s reproductive rights movement, an important force in the weekend protest marches in Washington and other cities that followed Mr. Trump’s inauguration.
Top US Executives Rave About Productive Meeting with President Trump at White House
Top executives from several US based companies raved about President Trump and his initiatives after meeting with the President on his first day of work in the White House.
Andrew Liveris from Dow Chemical and Mark Fields from Ford Motor Company cheered President Trump for his promise to cut regulations by 75%.
Freakout Of The Day: HuffPo Loudly Declares Men Screwed Women
NOT EVERYBODY WAS THRILLED WITH HIS BANNING OF ENDING INTERNATIONAL AID TO FUND ABORTIONS
Trump Wants To Cut Regulations By 75%
At the time Trump was sworn in on Friday, the Federal Register contained 89,535 regulations — many of which Republicans say are outdated and duplicative. Those regulations have piled up since the government’s rulebook launched in 1935.
Trump just made a vocal opponent of today’s ‘open internet’ laws the next FCC boss
While expected, the appointment aligns with signs that Trump’s FCC would roll back Obama-era policies — most notably the 2015 Open Internet Order, which set today’s net-neutrality rules.
Broadly speaking, those laws regulate the internet as a public utility. More practically, they’re meant to keep internet service providers from blocking or slowing down certain content — which could benefit services owned by an ISP itself — or forcing others to pay fees to receive preferential treatment.
Trump’s New CIA Director: “Jesus Christ Is The Only Solution For Our World”
Pompeo is a well-respected figure in the national security community. He is also an army veteran, and a staunch pro-life advocate.
Two years ago, Pompeo gave a church speech where he said Muslims who think Islam is “the only way” needed to be dealt with.
“These folks believe that it is religiously driven for them to wipe Christians from the face of the earth,” he added. “They abhor Christians,” he said of a small minority among Muslims.