The Highlights of President Trump’s Seventh Week In Office

The week starts out with a blast from the past as we find out that the  Obama Administration, Deep State secretly wiretapped President Trump going all the way back to October when he was the Republican Party’s presidential candidate.  The information coming out could be worse than the Nixon Watergate.  It could very well be the final nail that sinks the Democratic Party.  The democrats have been reaching for straws and digging in the trash to find something against this current administration, and with no luck, they’ve found nothing.  Obama even set up his own coop to bring President Trump down but it seems the harder he tries the more he sinks himself with lies and deceit. He even had his former administration spread lies about the Russian conspiracy when the truth is, it all goes back to the Obama Administration and the well-known publicized Russian Ambassador that made his way around Washington D.C. and New York City with the help of the Democratic Party.  The so-called dangerous conspirator even gave a speech at John Hopkins with his name listed as a guest speaker.  He isn’t your ordinary spy or man undercover.  And come to find out it was the Obama Administration that set up the meeting with the Attorney General Jeff Sessions and the Russian Ambassador Sergei Kyslak.  So when is all of this nonsense going to end?  I don’t know about you, but I am so tired of hearing about the Russian Conspiracy and how they hacked and influenced the election.  The Democratic Party needs to realize that Americans were sick and tired of our country being given away piece by piece and all the good paying jobs going overseas.  Americans were tired of having a president that stirred racial tension and showed no respect for our military and divided our Nation and weakened our military.  We could only expect worse with a Hillary win. Let it go. Let it go! I never liked Obama anyway!  Trump is our new president!

Monday, March 6, President Trump presents modified executive order on travel ban that will go into effect March 16, 2017. Instead of 7 (7-T) listed as the most dangerous countries, there’s now (6) excluding Iraq since we have military already there and Iraq is working closely with us now.

The new order:

  • Better Explains Inclusions of selected countries
  • New Order Takes Effect In 10 Days
  • Blocks Those Without a Valid Visa As of January 27.
  • Iraq Now Off Of List
  • Indefinite Syrian Ban Has Been Lifted
  • Green Card Holders Not Affected
  • No Religious Preferences

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President Trump made new allegations this weekend against former President Obama and his administration that there was wiretapping in the Trump Tower that happened when he was the presidential nominee.  This sparked a new investigation on the democratic side.  And it looks like verily well what he said is true as evidence mounts against the former administration and their public agenda to bring the Trump Administration down.

Meanwhile, America waits for the new healthcare plan to repeal and replace Obamacare.

Tuesday, March 7, new health care plan comes out with phase 1. Health Care Bill to Go Out to Congress March 19

Obamacare Replaced

American Health Care Plan

Remember there will be 3 Phases

Phase 1 The new health care bill will lower prices across the nation and make it more affordable, with more coverage and children can still stay on the bill until the age of 26 if need be.  You can still get coverage with pre-existing illnesses. People can use tax credits to help pay for their health care. They lifted the insurance penalty.

Wednesday, March 8, the debate on the new American Health Care Plan continues.  Some republicans see it as the beginning to repeal and replace Obamacare. We can expect to see it modified throughout the week as they come together for a new health care plan.

Read the Bill:

Thursday, March 9, Speaker Paul Ryan on The American Health Care Act

Lower Costs

More Choices

Patients in Control

Universal Access to Care

Stable Transition

Protect People with pre-existing conditions

Keep young adults on their parent’s plan

Modernize the Medicaid Program give control back to the states to customize the needs of their population.

Protect People with Pre-existing Conditions

Expand the Health Care Savings Account

Refundable Tax Credits

Market-Based System

  • Lower Costs
  • More Competition
  • More Choices: More Options

Ryan and President Trump working together to bring in The American Health Care Act and Repeal and Replace Obamacare

1.) Reconciliation

2.) Administrative Action

3.) Additional Legislation

realdonaldtrump Despite what you hear in the press. #healthcare is coming along great. We are talking to many groups and it will end in a beautiful picture! #USA #Health #Doctors #Medical #RepealAndReplace #Obamacare

Press secretary Sean Spicer:  Consumer comforts at its highest level in 10 years.

Community Banks the key to small businesses

Already seeing changes at the border with the President’s Executive Order

Julian Assange has released information that the capability of technology the  C.I.A. uses can put the country at greater risk. Julian Assange says he will give tech companies the same techniques that the C.I.A. uses.” This undermines the security of our country. This would be up to the department of justice and how they would handle it based on classified information.”

Senator Cotton believes the new health care bill is D.O.D. “Senator Cotton is welcome to submit his ideas and input. Senator Cotton knows Obamacare is no good. The president wants to hear anyone with ideas.  We want to make sure the health care bill is good, we want to make sure that we do it right.  That’s why there are three phases of the health care bill.”

The president is more than qualified to understand the economy as a businessman.

We feel confident that we are going to get a lot done in 2017.

President is concerned about the high cost of pharmaceutical drugs he’s working to bring the cost down.

The president knew about the marines being deployed to Syria.



Cabinet Update:

Rex Tillerson (CONFIRMED)

Secretary of State
James Mattis (CONFIRMED)

James Mattis (CONFIRMED)

Secretary of Defense
Steven Mnuchin (CONFIRMED)

Steven Mnuchin (CONFIRMED)

Secretary of Treasury

Trump campaign finance chairman; former Goldman Sachs partner; Hollywood producer

Jeff Sessions (CONFIRMED)

Jeff Sessions (CONFIRMED)

Attorney General


Secretary of Health and Human Services

U.S. representative, Georgia; chairman of House Budget Committee; orthopedic surgeon



Secretary of Education

Charter school advocate; philanthropist; Republican donor

Elaine Chao (CONFIRMED)

Elaine Chao (CONFIRMED)

Secretary of Transportation
Nikki Haley (CONFIRMED)

Nikki Haley (CONFIRMED)

U.S. Ambassador to United Nations
John Kelly (CONFIRMED)

John Kelly (CONFIRMED)

Secretary of Homeland Security

Retired Marine general; former commander of U.S. Southern Command

Linda McMahon (CONFIRMED)

Linda McMahon (CONFIRMED)

Administrator of the Small Business Administration

Former CEO of World Wrestling Entertainment

David Shulkin (CONFIRMED)

David Shulkin (CONFIRMED)

Secretary of Veterans Affairs

Under secretary for health for the Department of Veterans Affairs; former hospital executive

Mick Mulvaney (CONFIRMED)

Mick Mulvaney (CONFIRMED)

Director of Office of Management and Budget

U.S. representative, South Carolina; former South Carolina state senator and representative

Scott Pruitt (CONFIRMED)

Scott Pruitt (CONFIRMED)

Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency

Oklahoma attorney general; former state senator

Wilbur Ross

Wilbur Ross (CONFIRMED)

Secretary of Commerce

Investor; former banker

Ryan Zinke

Ryan Zinke (CONFIRMED)

Secretary of Interior

U.S. representative, Montana; member of House Natural Resources Committee; former Navy SEAL

Ben Carson

Ben Carson (CONFIRMED)

Secretary of Housing and Urban Development

Former director of pediatric neurosurgery at Johns Hopkins Hospital; 2016 candidate for president

Rick Perry (CONFIRMED)

Secretary of Energy

Former Texas governor; former Texas agriculture commissioner, two-time presidential candidate

Those Still Waiting Approval Are:

  • Robert Lighthizer

    U.S. Trade Representative

    Former deputy U.S. trade representative

    Sonny Perdue

    Sonny Perdue

    Secretary of Agriculture

    Former Georgia governor

    Alexander Acosta

    Alexander Acosta

    Secretary of Labor

    Florida International University College of Law dean; former federal prosecutor; former labor relations board member

    White House

    Individuals Trump has appointed

    Reince Priebus

    Reince Priebus

    Chief of Staff

    Chairman of Republican National Committee

    H.R. McMaster

    H.R. McMaster

    National Security Adviser
    Stephen K. Bannon

    Stephen K. Bannon

    Chief Strategist

    Executive chairman of Breitbart News

    Donald McGahn

    Donald McGahn

    White House Counsel

    Former member of the Federal Election Commission

    Kellyanne Conway

    Kellyanne Conway

    Counselor to the President

    Former Trump campaign manager and senior adviser; pollster

    Sean Spicer

    Sean Spicer

    Press Secretary

    Chief strategist and communications director, Republican National Committee


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