The Highlights of President Trump’s Ninth Week In Office

 

March 22, Supreme Court Justice nominee Neil Gorsuch takes a verbal beating from the confirmation hearing. He dodges the traps and tells the democrats that he’s a fair judge.  He refuses to answer questions that could later be litigated in court and uses his wisdom to slide through the confirmation hearing.  But will the democrats stop him?

And through often accusatory questioning aimed at distorting his record, he forcefully defended his rulings on the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals while schooling senators on the law. He reminded the senators that “97 percent of the 2,700 cases I’ve decided were decided unanimously — and that I’ve been in the majority 99 percent of the time.”

 

President Trump faces many challenges head on as we hear that Obamacare is still here.

Speaker of the House Paul Ryan had all of this time to prepare for the new healthcare plan and let many people down not being prepared.  We can’t blame this one on President Trump, Ryan owns this one along with the democrats that fought to keep the failing healthcare plan.  But President Trump isn’t giving up as he says, he knows the democrats will be ready to negotiate soon to make this healthcare plan work.

I know so far God’s in control and we have to trust that God is going to give this new administration the time wisdom to make it all work.

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The Trump Cabinet

President Donald J. Trump has formally announced that the 24 people listed below will be serving with him on his Cabinet.

Vice President Michael R. Pence

Secretary of State Rex W. Tillerson

Secretary of the Treasury Steven T. Mnuchin

Secretary of Defense James Mattis

Attorney General Jeff Sessions

Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke

Secretary of Agriculture-designate Sonny Perdue (announced)

Secretary of Commerce Wilbur L. Ross, Jr.

Secretary of Labor-designate Alexander Acosta

Secretary of Health and Human Services Thomas Price

Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Benjamin S. Carson, Sr.

Secretary of Transportation Elaine L. Chao

Secretary of Energy James Richard Perry

Secretary of Education Elisabeth Prince DeVos

Secretary of Veterans Affairs David J. Shulkin

Secretary of Homeland Security John F. Kelly

White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus

U.S. Trade Representative-designate Robert Lighthizer

Director of National Intelligence-designate Daniel Coats

Representative of the United States to the United Nations Nikki R. Haley

Director of the Office of Management and Budget Mick Mulvaney

Director of the Central Intelligence Agency Mike Pompeo

Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency Scott Pruitt

Administrator of the Small Business Administration Linda E. McMahon

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Trump Tweets:

 

ObamaCare will explode and we will all get together and piece together a great healthcare plan for THE PEOPLE. Do not worry!

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America, Tell your children

America, do you remember what happened on September eleventh?

I will remember those engrafted memories forever.

Sometimes those memories are as raw as yesterday.

So raw that I can even remember what I was wearing that day.

Today marks the thirteenth anniversary of that day.

It was the day that changed America forever.

I was in my office getting my morning coffee.

For some reason we had the television on that cold day.

We all gathered around the hospice lobby.

Planning our hours,

Holding watching with disbelief as aircrafts used as weapons headed towards the Twin Towers.

It was death’s hours.

One plane hit one of the towers causing it to catch fire.

It towered.

Hitting the other Twin Tower,

There were women and men dressed in office attire caught on fire.

Jumping to their assigned deaths,

Falling to their last breaths,

Escaping hell’s fires’,

People were running on the New York dark smoky, cloudy streets for their lives’.

That day many husbands lost their wives’.

And many wives lost their husbands’.

Some children went to bed that night with neither.

It was the darkest day in America.

The attacks resulted in the deaths of 2,996 people, including the 19 hijackers and 2,977 victims. The victims included 246 on the four planes. Death reached 2,606 in New York City in the towers and on the ground, and 125 at the Pentagon, all of those people instantly gone.

So dark that I can never forget that day,

Those dark images of death follow my breath each day.

America, tell your children what happened that day.

It’s up to you!

  1. America, do you remember what happened on September eleventh? I will remember those engrafted memories forever. Sometimes those memories are as raw as yesterday. So raw that I can even remember what I was wearing that day. Today marks the thirteenth anniversary of that day. It was the day that changed America forever. I was in my office getting my morning coffee. For some reason we had the television on that cold day. We all gathered around the hospice lobby. Planning our hours, Holding watching with disbelief as aircrafts used as weapons headed towards the Twin Towers. It was death’s hours. One plane hit one of the towers causing it to catch fire. It towered. Hitting the other Twin Tower, There were women and men dressed in office attire caught on fire. Jumping to their assigned deaths, Falling to their last breaths, Escaping hell’s fires’, People were running on the New York dark smoky, cloudy streets for their lives’. That day many husbands lost their wives’. And many wives lost their husbands’. Some children went to bed that night with neither. It was the darkest day in America. The attacks resulted in the deaths of 2,996 people, including the 19 hijackers and 2,977 victims. The victims included 246 on the four planes. Death reached 2,606 in New York City in the towers and on the ground, and 125 at the Pentagon, all of those people instantly gone. So dark that I can never forget that day, Those dark images of death follow my breath each day. America, tell your children what happened that day. It’s up to you! P. Kelley

    America, do you remember what happened on September eleventh?
    I will remember those engrafted memories forever.
    Sometimes those memories are as raw as yesterday.
    So raw that I can even remember what I was wearing that day.
    Today marks the thirteenth anniversary of that day.
    It was the day that changed America forever.
    I was in my office getting my morning coffee.
    For some reason we had the television on that cold day.
    We all gathered around the hospice lobby.
    Planning our hours,
    Holding watching with disbelief as aircrafts used as weapons headed towards the Twin Towers.
    It was death’s hours.
    One plane hit one of the towers causing it to catch fire.
    It towered.
    Hitting the other Twin Tower,
    There were women and men dressed in office attire caught on fire.
    Jumping to their assigned deaths,
    Falling to their last breaths,
    Escaping hell’s fires’,
    People were running on the New York dark smoky, cloudy streets for their lives’.
    That day many husbands lost their wives’.
    And many wives lost their husbands’.
    Some children went to bed that night with neither.
    It was the darkest day in America.
    The attacks resulted in the deaths of 2,996 people, including the 19 hijackers and 2,977 victims. The victims included 246 on the four planes. Death reached 2,606 in New York City in the towers and on the ground, and 125 at the Pentagon, all of those people instantly gone.
    So dark that I can never forget that day,
    Those dark images of death follow my breath each day.
    America, tell your children what happened that day.
    It’s up to you!