Trump Walks Out of Interview with “60 Minutes” Lesley Stahl, Threatens to Release Interview to Show Americans That It Was “Fake and Biased” reports that

President Trump threatened to release an interview he granted “60 Minutes” correspondent Lesley Stahl ahead of Sunday’s airing, suggesting he would expose how “fake and biased” the sitdown was.

Trump sat down with the veteran journalist at the White House on Tuesday, which is set to air Sunday, Oct. 25, along with interviews with Vice President Mike Pence, Democratic nominee former Vice President Joe Biden, and Democratic vice presidential nominee Sen. Kamala Harris.

The president wants to scoop CBS by sharing his interview before the network does.

“I am pleased to inform you that, for the sake of accuracy in reporting, I am considering posting my interview with Lesley Stahl of 60 Minutes, PRIOR TO AIRTIME!” Trump posted on Twitter. “This will be done so that everybody can get a glimpse of what a FAKE and BIASED interview is all about.”

The president encouraged his Twitter followers to compare interviews with him to interviews with Biden.

“Everyone should compare this terrible Electoral Intrusion with the recent interviews of Sleepy Joe Biden!” Trump tweeted.

Sources tell Fox News that Stahl was “extremely hostile” and that she began the interview along the lines of “get ready for some tough questions.” Sources say she then “unleashed in a way she would never do to Joe Biden.”

Trump also reportedly cut the interview short and a scheduled joint “walk and talk” with him and Pence was scrapped.

Earlier, Trump called out the “60 Minutes” correspondent for not wearing a mask at the White House, sharing a video of a maskless Stahl speaking with two staffers, both of whom were wearing masks.

“Lesley Stahl of 60 Minutes not wearing a mask in the White House after her interview with me. Much more to come,” the president teased after the interview.

The tweet is likely in reference to the ongoing criticism the Trump administration receives from members of the media for not strictly following CDC guidelines that urge mask-wearing and social-distancing.

White House Assistant Press Secretary Karoline Leavitt also called out the veteran journalist, accusing her of hypocrisy.

“This is moments after she criticized me for not wearing a mask while working at my desk,” Leavitt tweeted. “Rules for thee but not for me, Lesley?”

President Trump has ratcheted up his attacks against the media in recent weeks between the lack of coverage the reports regarding Hunter Biden’s emails with Ukrainian business contacts, the controversy surrounding suspended C-SPAN host Steve Scully, who was supposed to moderate the canceled second presidential debate because he admitted to lying about his Twitter account being hacked, and has repeatedly slammed NBC News correspondent and third debate moderator Kristen Welker ahead of Thursday’s political showdown.

From the moment Donald J.Trump announced that he was going to run for the job of President of the United States of America, the Main Stream Media, encouraged by their masters, the Democrat Elite, zeroed in on a mission to destroy him, like a squadron of kamikazes attacking the U.S. Navy in World War II.

Now, with Trump running for reelection, these kamikazes of the MSM, again encouraged by their masters, have rushed to protect a dementia-riddled Democratic Presidential Candidate, Joe Biden, through softball interviews and making sure not to show the nonexistent crowds when he makes speeches in public.

They have even gone as far as completely ignoring the scandal involving him and his son, Hunter, which keeps growing every day.

We have seen these kamikazes become bolder and bolder as the years have progressed to the point that they have no compunction in showing their hatred of Trump and advocacy for Biden in the first two Presidential Debates and interviews with the candidates.

President Trump has every right to have grown tired of putting up with the hatred of the Democratic Puppets in the Main Stream Media.

As he reminds us, he has done more for Americans and America in 48 months than Joe Biden has done in 48 years.

I believe that he needs to go ahead and post the unedited version of the Lesley Stahl Interview before the staff at “60 minutes” gets a chance to creatively edit it to make Ms.Stahl look like a objective reporter and make the President look bad.

If the mighty Main Stream Media can play the role of Campaign Staff for Joe Biden, then President Trump has every right to let the American Voters see and hear his side of the story.

The MSM might think twice about being arrogant toward the subject of their interview…especially when the interviewee is the President of the United States of America.

Until He Comes,


Stormy Daniels Appears on 60 Minutes -Why Average Americans Didn’t Care

stormy-600-li reports that

Adult film star Stormy Daniels claimed she agreed to keep quiet about her alleged affair with President Trump after she received a chilling threat in a parking lot and worried that her infant daughter would be harmed, according to a “60 Minutes” interview that aired Sunday.

Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, said she was threatened by a man who approached her in Las Vegas after she sold her story about her alleged 2006 sexual encounter with Trump during the American Celebrity Golf Tournament in Lake Tahoe.

“I was in a parking lot going to a fitness class with my infant daughter and a guy walked up on me and said to me, ‘Leave Trump alone. Forget the story,’” she said. “And he leaned round and looked at my daughter and said, ‘That’s a beautiful little girl. It would be a shame if something happened to her mom.’”

She added, “I was concerned for my family and their safety.”

Trump has strongly denied the claims.

Wow. “60 Minutes” has gone from being the “Smithsonian Magazine” of Television News Programs to being “Hustler Magazine”.

The Head Honchos at CBS knew what Ms. Daniels was when they agreed to allow Anderson Cooper to interview her. The only thing that they had to reach an agreement with her about then was the price.

But, she’s used to that.

But, I digress…

Anderson Cooper got the job of interviewing her.

Well, he’s used to vulgar women. He co-hosted CNN New Years Eve Program with Kathy Griffin for years.

Again, I digress…

So, here we are, 12 years after the supposed affair between Private Citizen Donald J. Trump and Porn Actress Stormy Daniels.

12 years.

Now, she shows back up, wanting to give back the $130,000 dollars that Trump’s lawyer gave her to go away and leave his client alone, so that she can make millions from interviews such as last night’s and from money given to her under the table by powerful political enemies of the man who is now the 45th President of the United States of America.

These clandestine puppet masters are running into two evidently unforeseen difficulties with their plan to use a Porn Actress to destroy the President of the United States of America.

The Believability of Stormy Daniels

Did the Progressives behind this plan actually think that Americans would believe a gold-digging blonde who has literally spent decades making her living on her back?

Monica Lewinski was more innocent that Stormy Daniels.

Why come forward now? Couldn’t Daniels pay Gloria Allred enough money to let her in on the manufactured Bimbo Eruption during the 2016 Presidential Campaign which failed so miserably?

What’s funny to me is watching the Liberal News Reporters, Celebrities, and Internet and Facebook Trolls defend her.

The Liberal “Broadcast Journalists” are trying desperately to portray a porn star as being as virtuous as Mother Teresa, while Internet and Facebook Trolls are attacking Christian Conservatives for not doing the “moral” thing and believing her.

When I first read the morality charge from a Facebook Troll, I spit Diet Coke all over my computer monitor.

Modern American Liberals only reference God when it is convenient.

Remember, these are the same people who booed Him three times during a Democratic Convention because they did not want Him mentioned in their Political Party Platform.

Average Americans Don’t Care About Stormy Daniels

Average Americans between the East Coast and the Left Coast spent 8 long years under the Presidency of Barack Hussein Obama living paycheck-to-paycheck.

After 15 months under President Trump, they are now beginning to see a light at the end of the tunnel, as Trump’s Domestic Policies, including a tax cut, are beginning to make things better.

Average Americans are trying to feed and raise their children, keep a roof over their heads, pay their bills, and lead their lives in peace and happiness.

In the eyes of the average Americans who elected him, something that may or may not have happened in President Trump’s life 12 years ago has no bearing as to his effectiveness as our current President.

The claims of a Gold-Digging Porn Actress is the least of their worries.

As far as the “morality” of what may or may not have happened is concerned, please allow me to quote something for all those “concerned” Liberals out there who are attempting to preach to Christian Conservatives about OUR lack of morality…

3The scribes and the Pharisees brought a woman who had been caught in adultery, and placing her in the midst 4they said to him, “Teacher, this woman has been caught in the act of adultery. 5Now in the Law, Moses commanded us to stone such women. So what do you say?” 6This they said to test him, that they might have some charge to bring against him. Jesus bent down and wrote with his finger on the ground. 7And as they continued to ask him, he stood up and said to them, “Let him who is without sin among you be the first to throw a stone…” – John 8:3-7 (ESV)

The mistake that all of those involved who are pushing the Stormy Daniels Story are making is the simple fact that it is hard to be taken as being “virtuous” when you have never exhibited virtue before.


Until He Comes,


Trump on “60 Minutes”: On Abortion: “It Will Go Back to the States” (Transcript Included)

drain-600-ciThe following transcript is taken directly for Lesley Stahl’s “60 Minutes” Interview with President-elect Donald J. Trump, which aired on Sunday night.

Lesley Stahl: Well, congratulations, Mr. Trump.

Donald Trump: Thank you.

Lesley Stahl: You’re president-elect.

Donald Trump: Thank you.

Lesley Stahl: How surprised were you?

Donald Trump: Well, I really felt we were doing well. I was on a string of about 21 straight days of speeches, sometimes many a day and the last two days I really– I really had a pretty wild time. I did six speeches and then I did seven and–

Lesley Stahl: But everyone thought you were going to lose.

Donald Trump: I know, I did my final speech in Michigan at 1:00 in the morning and we had 31,000 people, many people outside of the arena. And I felt– when I left, I said, “How are we gonna lose?” We set it up a day before. And we had all of these people. And it was literally at 1:00 in the morning and I said, “This doesn’t look like second place.” So we were really happy, I mean, it was– these are great people.

Lesley Stahl: On election night, I heard you went completely silent. Was it a sort of realization of the enormity of this thing for you?

 Donald Trump: I think so, it’s enormous. I’ve done a lotta big things, I’ve never done anything like this. It is so big, it is so– it’s so enormous, it’s so amazing.

 Lesley Stahl: It kind of just took your breath away? Couldn’t talk?

Donald Trump: A li– a little bit, a little bit. And I think– I realized that this is a whole different life for me now.

Lesley Stahl: Hillary called you. Tell us about that phone call.

Donald Trump: So Hillary called and it was a lovely call and it was a tough call for her, I mean, I can imagine. Tougher for her than it would have been for me. And for me, it would have been very, very difficult. She couldn’t have been nicer. She just said, “Congratulations, Donald, well done.” And I said, “I want to thank you very much, you were a great competitor.” She is very strong and very smart.

Lesley Stahl: What about Bill Clinton? Did you talk to him?

Donald Trump: He did, he called the next day.

Lesley Stahl: Really? What did he say?

Donald Trump: He actually called last night.

Lesley Stahl: What did he say?

Donald Trump: And he– he couldn’t have been more gracious. He said it was an amazing run. One of the most amazing he’s ever seen.

Lesley Stahl: He said that.

Donald Trump: He was very, very– really, very nice.

Lesley Stahl: It was a pretty nasty campaign. Do you regret any of the things you said about her?

Donald Trump: Well, it was a double-side nasty.

Donald Trump: I mean they were tough and I was tough and– do I regret? I mean, I’m sitting here with you now and we’re gonna do a great job for the country. We’re going to make America great again, I mean, that’s what– it– it began with that and that’s where we are right now. There are so many–

Lesley Stahl: So no– no regrets about–

Donald Trump: I can’t regret. No– I wish it were softer, I wish it were nicer, I wish maybe even it was more on policy, or whatever you want to say. But– but I will say that– it really– it really is something that I’m very proud of I mean it was a tremendous campaign.

Lesley Stahl: Can we talk about yesterday with President Obama?

Donald Trump: Sure.

Lesley Stahl: 90 minutes. You were scheduled for what? 15?

Donald Trump: 15 max.

[Barack Obama: We talked about foreign policy, we talked about domestic policy.]

Donald Trump: This was just going to be a quick little chat and it lasted close to an hour and a half. And it could have gone on for four hours. I mean it was– just– in fact, it was almost hard breaking it up because we had so many things to say. And he told me– the good things and the bad things, there are things that are tough right now–

Lesley Stahl: Like what?

Donald Trump: Well…

Lesley Stahl: Give us some meat.

Donald Trump:  Well, look I don’t want to divulge, but we talked about the Middle East, that’s tough. It’s a tough situation. I wanted to get his full view and I got his, you know I got a good part of his view.

Lesley Stahl: Uh-huh.

Donald Trump: And I like having that because I’m going to be inheriting that in a short period of time. I found him to be terrific. I found him to be– very smart and very nice. Great sense of humor, as much as you can have a sense of humor talking about tough subjects, but we were talking about some pretty tough subjects.

Donald Trump:–and we were talking about some victories, also, some things that– that he feels very good about. But–

Lesley Stahl: Like–

Donald Trump: Well, what I really wanted to focus on was– the Middle East, North Korea, Obamacare is tough. You know, healthcare is a tough situation.

“I think the press tries to make you into something a little bit different. In my case, a little bit of a wild man. I’m not. I’m actually not. I’m a very sober person.” President-elect Donald TrumpLesley Stahl: Oh, I bet he asked you not to undo it.

Donald Trump: Well, he didn’t ask me, no, he told me– you know, the merits and the difficulties. And we understand that.

Lesley Stahl: You looked pretty sober sitting there in the Oval Office, did something wash over you or–

Donald Trump: No, I think I’m a sober person. I think the press tries to make you into something a little bit different. In my case, a little bit of a wild man. I’m not. I’m actually not. I’m a very sober person. But it was respect for the office, it was respect for the president. Again, I never met him before, but we had– we had a very good chemistry going. And– and I really found—it might not be that I agree with him, but I really found the conversation unbelievably interesting.

[Barack Obama: I want to emphasize to you, Mr. President-elect, that we now are gonna want to do everything we can to help you succeed, because if you succeed then the country succeeds.]

Lesley Stahl: Was it at all awkward, at all, given what you’ve said about each other? You said he was not born in this country, he said things about you, he said you’re– unqualified–

Donald Trump: You know what, it was a very– it was a very interesting thing because– I mean, few people have asked me from my family, what was that first period of time like?

Lesley Stahl: Yeah.

Donald Trump: We never discussed what was said about each other. I said terrible things about him, he said terrible things about me. We never ever discussed what we said about each other—

Lesley Stahl: There was no awkwardness?

Donald Trump: I’ll be honest, from my standpoint zero, zero. And that’s strange. I’m actually surprised to tell you that. It’s– you know, a little bit strange.

Lesley Stahl: Do you think that– that your election is a repudiation of his presidency?

Donald Trump: No, I think it’s a moment in time where politicians for a long period of time have let people down. They’ve let ‘em down on the job front. They’ve even let ‘em down in terms of the war front. You know, we’ve been fighting this war for 15 years–

Lesley Stahl: This was the message of your campaign.

Donald Trump: We’ve spent $6 trillion in the Middle East, $6 trillion, we could have rebuilt our country twice. And you look at our roads and our bridges and our tunnels and all of the– and our airports are, like, obsolete. And I think it was just a repudiation of what’s been taking place over a longer period of time than that.

Lesley Stahl: You know, you surprised everyone by winning the primaries, beating 17 other Republicans or 16, whatever– people are really surprised that you won this election. Are people going to be surprised about how you conduct yourself as president?

Donald Trump: You know, I’ll conduct myself– in a very good manner, but depends on what the situation is, sometimes you have to be rougher. When I look at– when I look at the world and you look at how various places are taking advantage of our country, and I say it, and I say it very proudly, it’s going to be America first. It’s not going to be what we’re doing—we, we’ve lost– we’re losing this country. We’re losing this country. That’s why I won the election. And by the way, won it easily, I mean I won easily. That was big, big.

 Lesley Stahl: Are you going to sometimes have that same rhetoric that you had on the stump? Or are you going to reign it in?

 Donald Trump: Well, sometimes you need a certain rhetoric to get people motivated. I don’t want to be just a little nice monotone character and in many cases I will be.

Lesley Stahl: Can you be?

Donald Trump: Sure I can. I can be easily, that’s easier. Honestly to do that, it’s easier.

Lesley Stahl: So let’s go through very quickly some of the promises you made and tell us if you’re going to do what you said or you’re going to change it in any way. Are you really going to build a wall?

 Donald Trump: Yes.

Lesley Stahl: They’re talking about a fence in the Republican Congress, would you accept a fence?

Donald Trump: For certain areas I would, but certain areas, a wall is more appropriate. I’m very good at this, it’s called construction.

Lesley Stahl: So part wall, part fence?

Donald Trump: Yeah, it could be – it could be some fencing.

Lesley Stahl: What about the pledge to deport millions and millions of undocumented immigrants?

Donald Trump:  What we are going to do is get the people that are criminal and have criminal records, gang members, drug dealers, we have a lot of these people, probably two million, it could be even three million, we are getting them out of our country or we are going to incarcerate. But we’re getting them out of our country, they’re here illegally. After the border is secured and after everything gets normalized, we’re going to make a determination on the people that you’re talking about who are terrific people, they’re terrific people but we are gonna make a determination at that– But before we make that determination– Lesley, it’s very important, we want to secure our border.

[Paul Ryan: We had a fantastic, productive meeting.]

Lesley Stahl: So you were with Paul Ryan, you met with the Republican leadership, what was the– one thing that you all agreed you want to get done right away?

Donald Trump: Well, I would say there was more than one thing, there were three things, it was healthcare, there was immigration and there was a major tax bill lowering taxes in this country. We’re going to substantially simplify and lower the taxes–

Lesley Stahl: And you’ve got both Houses?

Donald Trump: And I have both Houses and we have the presidency, so we can do things–

Lesley Stahl: You can do things lickety-split.

Donald Trump: It’s been a long time since it’s happened.

Donald Trump: And they gave me a lot of credit. Don’t forget, I was abused four or five weeks ago, they said I was going to– instead of having all three, we would lose all three. So that was good. But those are the three things that we really discussed.

Lesley Stahl: You said that lobbyists owned politicians because they give them money.

Donald Trump: Yeah.

Lesley Stahl: You admitted you used to do it yourself. You have a transition team—

Donald Trump: And when you say lobbyists, lobbyists and special interests.

 Lesley Stahl: And you want to get rid of all of that?

 Donald Trump: I don’t like it, no.

 Lesley Stahl: You don’t like it, but your own transition team, it’s filled with lobbyists.

 Donald Trump: That’s the only people you have down there.

 Lesley Stahl: You have lobbyists from Verizon, you have lobbyists from the oil gas industry, you have food lobby.

Donald Trump: Sure. Everybody’s a lobbyist down there–

 Lesley Stahl: Well, wait

 Donald Trump: That’s what they are. They’re lobbyists or special interests—

Lesley Stahl: On your own transition team.

 Donald Trump:–we are trying to clean up Washington. Look–

 Lesley Stahl: How can you claim–

 Donald Trump: Everything, everything down there– there are no people– there are all people that work — that’s the problem with the system, the system. Right now, we’re going to clean it up. We’re having restrictions on foreign money coming in, we’re going to put on term limits, which a lot of people aren’t happy about, but we’re putting on term limits. We’re doing a lot of things to clean up the system. But everybody that works for government, they then leave government and they become a lobbyist, essentially. I mean, the whole place is one big lobbyist.

Lesley Stahl: But you’re, but you’re basically saying you have to rely on them, even though you want to get rid of them?

Donald Trump: I’m saying that they know the system right now, but we’re going to phase that out. You have to phase it out.

 Lesley Stahl: Let’s talk about your cabinet.

 Donald Trump: OK.

 Lesley Stahl: Have you made any decisions?

 Donald Trump: Yes.

Lesley Stahl: Tell us.

Donald Trump: Well, I can’t tell you that, but I have made–

Lesley Stahl: Oh, come on—

Donald Trump: You know the amazing thing to show you the incredible nature of our country. First of all, every major leader and probably less than major le- has called me, I’ve spoken to many of them and I’ll call the rest of them, but and I said, “Boy, this really shows you how powerful our country is.” France and U.K. and I mean everybody, all over Asia—and very, just to congratulate. But it really shows the power of our country.

Lesley Stahl: One of the things you’re going to obviously get an opportunity to do, is name someone to the Supreme Court. And I assume you’ll do that quickly?

Donald Trump: Yes. Very important.

Lesley Stahl: During the campaign, you said that you would appoint justices who were against abortion rights. Will you appoint– are you looking to appoint a justice who wants to overturn Roe v. Wade?

Donald Trump: So look, here’s what’s going to happen– I’m going to– I’m pro-life. The judges will be pro-life. They’ll be very—

Lesley Stahl: But what about overturning this law–

Donald Trump: Well, there are a couple of things. They’ll be pro-life, they’ll be– in terms of the whole gun situation, we know the Second Amendment and everybody’s talking about the Second Amendment and they’re trying to dice it up and change it, they’re going to be very pro-Second Amendment. But having to do with abortion if it ever were overturned, it would go back to the states. So it would go back to the states and–

 Lesley Stahl: Yeah, but then some women won’t be able to get an abortion?

 Donald Trump: No, it’ll go back to the states.

Lesley Stahl: By state—no some —

 Donald Trump: Yeah.

 Donald Trump: Yeah, well, they’ll perhaps have to go, they’ll have to go to another state.

 Lesley Stahl: And that’s OK?

Donald Trump: Well, we’ll see what happens. It’s got a long way to go, just so you understand. That has a long, long way to go.

 Lesley Stahl: Are you in any way intimidated, scared about this enormous burden, the gravity of what you’re taking on?

 Donald Trump: No.

 Lesley Stahl: Not at all?

 Donald Trump: I respect it. But I’m not scared by it.

Lesley Stahl: Now you’re not scared, but there are people, Americans, who are scared and some of them are demonstrating right now, demonstrating against you, against your rhetoric–

Donald Trump: That’s only because they don’t know me. I really believe that’s only because–

Lesley Stahl: Well, they listened to you in the campaign and that’s–

Donald Trump: I just don’t think they know me.

 Lesley Stahl: Well, what do you think they’re demonstrating against?

Donald Trump: Well, I think in some cases, you have professional protesters. And we had it– if you look at WikiLeaks, we had–

 Lesley Stahl: You think those people down there are—

 Donald Trump: Well Lesley—

 Lesley Stahl: are professional?

 Donald Trump: Oh, I think some of them will be professional, yeah–

Lesley Stahl: OK, but what about – they’re in every city.

Lesley Stahl: When they demonstrate against you and there are signs out there, I mean, don’t you say to yourself, I guess you don’t, you know, do I have to worry about this? Do I have to go out and assuage them? Do I have to tell them not to be afraid? They’re afraid.

 Donald Trump: I would tell them don’t be afraid, absolutely.

“Don’t be afraid. We are going to bring our country back. But certainly, don’t be afraid.” President-elect Donald J. Trump Lesley Stahl: But that’s not what you’re saying, I said it-

 Donald Trump: Oh, I think, no, no, I think– I am saying it, I’ve been saying it.

 Lesley Stahl: OK.

Donald Trump: Don’t be afraid. We are going to bring our country back. But certainly, don’t be afraid. You know, we just had an election and sort of like you have to be given a little time. I mean, people are protesting. If Hillary had won and if my people went out and protested, everybody would say, “Oh, that’s a terrible thing.” And it would have been a much different attitude. There is a different attitude. You know, there is a double standard here.

It has been five full days since the election and anti-Trump demonstrations, driven in part by Hillary Clinton’s edge in the popular vote, have been significant.

When we interviewed him on Friday afternoon Mr. Trump said he had not heard about some of the acts of violence that are popping up in his name… or against his supporters. 

Nor he said had he heard about reports of racial slurs and personal threats against African Americans, Latinos and gays by some of his supporters.

Donald Trump: I am very surprised to hear that– I hate to hear that, I mean I hate to hear that–

Lesley Stahl: But you do hear it?

Donald Trump: I don’t hear it—I saw, I saw one or two instances…

Lesley Stahl: On social media?

Donald Trump: But I think it’s a very small amount. Again, I think it’s–

Lesley Stahl: Do you want to say anything to those people?

Donald Trump: I would say don’t do it, that’s terrible, ‘cause I’m gonna bring this country together.

 Lesley Stahl: They’re harassing Latinos, Muslims–

Donald Trump: I am so saddened to hear that. And I say, “Stop it.” If it– if it helps. I will say this, and I will say right to the cameras: Stop it.

…Lesley Stahl: I want to ask you about the tweet that you put out, I think it was last night or the night before, about these demonstrators.

Donald Trump: Yeah.

Lesley Stahl: You said that they were professionals—and you said it was unfair.

Donald Trump: I said some of them. Some of them are —

Lesley Stahl: But are you going to be tweeting and whatever you’re upset about just put out there when you’re president?

Donald Trump: So it’s a modern form of communication, between Face– you know, Facebook and Twitter and I guess Instagram, I have 28 million people. 28 million people–

Lesley Stahl: So you are going to keep it up?

Donald Trump: It’s a great form of communication. Now, do I say I’ll give it up entirely and throw out, that’s a tremendous form– I pick up– I’m picking up now, I think I picked up yesterday 100,000 people. I’m not saying I love it, but it does get the word out. When you give me a bad story or when you give me an inaccurate story or when somebody other than you and another network, or whatever, ‘cause of course, CBS would never do a thing like that right? I have a method of fighting back. That’s very tough–

Lesley Stahl: But you’re going to do that as president?

Donald Trump: I’m going to do very restrained, if I use it at all, I’m going to do very restrained. I find it tremendous. It’s a modern form of communication. There should be nothing you should be ashamed of. It’s– it’s where it’s at. I– I do believe this, I really believe that, um– the fact that I have such power in terms of numbers with Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, et cetera, I think it helped me win all of these races where they’re spending much more money than I spent. You know, I spent my money. A lot of my money. And I won. I think that social media has more power than the money they spent, and I think maybe to a certain extent, I proved that.

Lesley Stahl: Are you going to ask for a special prosecutor to investigate Hillary Clinton over her emails? And are you, as you had said to her face, going to try and put her in jail?

Donald Trump: Well, I’ll tell you what I’m going to do, I’m going to think about it. Um, I feel that I want to focus on jobs, I want to focus on healthcare, I want to focus on the border and immigration and doing a really great immigration bill. We want to have a great immigration bill. And I want to focus on all of these other things that we’ve been talking about.

Lesley Stahl: You– you know, you–

Donald Trump: And get the country straightened away.

Lesley Stahl: You called her “crooked Hillary,” said you wanted to get in jail, your people in your audiences kept saying, “Lock em’ up.”

Donald Trump: Yeah. She did–

Lesley Stahl: Do you—

Donald Trump: She did some bad things, I mean she did some bad things–

Lesley Stahl: I know, but a special prosecutor? You think you might…

Donald Trump: I don’t want to hurt them. I don’t want to hurt them. They’re, they’re good people. I don’t want to hurt them. And I will give you a very, very good and definitive answer the next time we do 60 Minutes together.

I was at work last night, so I missed watching the interview.

Which was probably a good thing, for, as we Evangelicals say, I probably would have “lost my witness” over the “Gotcha Journalism” being attempted by Leslie Stahl.

There is a difference between asking tough questions, like the late Mike Wallace used to, and being a biased Advocate, as Ms. Stahl and the rest of her “fellow broadcast journalists” (as I used the term loosely) clearly are.

Try as she might to lead the President-elect into saying something controversial or stupid, she couldn’t do it.

Trump has negotiated multi-million dollar business deals.

He just pulled off the biggest political upset (according to CBS and the rest of the Liberal Main Stream Media) in our nation’s history.

Regardless of what our Liberal Brethren and Sisters keep on telling themselves and anyone else who will listen, Donald J. Trump is not stupid…far from it.

He proved that in Sunday Night’s Interview.

He said nothing wrong, or controversial.

However, I firmly expect to see CBS Morning News make a big hairy deal out of his idea to make “Abortion on Demand” a decision to be dealt with at the state level.

The Talking Heads will repeat their worn-out mantra that it would be “taking away a woman’s control over her own body” and her “right to choose”.


What about the body of the little human being inside her and his/her “right to choose to live”?

But, I digress…

So far, I am thoroughly enjoying watching the manner in which the new President-elect conducts himself in front of the cameras and while fielding questions from the Main Stream Media, who like their Far Left Democrat Masters, want Trump’s head on a platter.

Trump appears determined to accomplish the things that he said he would do if elected.

It is great to have an AMERICAN PRESIDENT again.

Until He Comes,



Obama Makes Excuses For the World Exploding on 60 Minutes

obamamyworkChange is a foreign policy that doesn’t begin and end with a war that should’ve never been authorized and never been waged.

…this was the moment when the rise of the oceans began to slow and our planet began to heal; this was the moment when we ended a war and secured our nation and restored our image as the last, best hope on Earth. – Democratic Presidential Candiate Barack Hussein Obama’s Nomination Speech at the 2008 Democratic Convention, St. Paul, Minnesota

That moment never came.

Obama overestimated himself. reports that

President Obama on Sunday acknowledged that his efforts to help resolve the Syria crisis have so far failed but defended his strategy and dismissed assertions that Russian President Vladimir Putin is now the dominant world leader.

“I didn’t say it was going to be done in a year,” Obama said in a CBS “60 Minutes” interview. “Syria has been a difficult problem for the entire world community.  … What we have not been able to do so far — and I’m the first to acknowledge this — is to change the dynamic inside of Syria.”

The president was confronted about several unsuccessful effort in Syria, ravaged by a four-year-long civil war and now by the Islamic State terror group.

Obama also said he had no knowledge that Hillary Clinton, as his secretary of state, used a private server and email accounts to conduct official business.

He acknowledge that the arrangement resulted in security breaches but said he didn’t think she attempted to hide information and declined to address the question of whether she could be prosecuted under his administration.

Obama also acknowledged that Donald Trump has tapped into voters’ dissatisfaction to lead the Republican presidential field and that he has so far run a dynamic campaign but suggested that Trump wouldn’t win the party nomination.

Still, the biggest questions and answers focused on the Putin and the Middle East, specifically the failed, $500 million effort to train and equip a moderate opposition to fight the Islamic State, or ISIL.

The administration ended the program last week, following a report by the U.S. military that efforts to train as many as 5,000 rebels had only done so for about 50 and now only four or five remain.

“There’s no doubt that it did not work,” said Obama, while acknowledging the he was “skeptical” about the plan from the beginning and that he was willing to try several options.

He also said that training Syrians to defeat the Islamic State will be difficult as long as the regime of President Bashar Assad remains in power.

Obama also refused to accept the notion that Putin has challenged his leadership and assertion last year that America is an “indispensable nation.”

“If you think that running your economy into the ground and having to send troops in, in order to prop up your only ally is leadership, then we’ve got a different definition of leadership,” said Obama, referring to Putin’s efforts in Ukraine.

“My definition of leadership would be leading on climate change. … My definition of leadership is  mobilizing the entire world community to make sure that Iran doesn’t get a nuclear weapon. And with respect to the Middle East, we’ve got a 60 country coalition that isn’t suddenly lining up around Russia’s strategy. To the contrary, they are arguing that, in fact, that strategy will not work.”

Oblivious… Thy name is Barack Hussein Obama.

With the world, as we know it, at the brink of a war which could destroy it, and with his Foreign Policy Efforts of the last 7 years having failed spectacularly, Barack Hussein Obama continues to have the lack of self-awareness to insist that he is not a failure and that Vladimir Putin is not showing him to be a spineless jellyfish, and not a world leader at all.

Who does he think that he is fooling?

Certainly not the innocent Christians whom ISIS has been beheading all of this time, nor even the innocent Muslims whose cities are being overrun, their priceless artifacts which they held, destroyed for the sake of barbarism.

He’s certainly not fooling the citizens of the United States of America, because his popularity numbers remain abysmal.

So therefore, the only one whom Barack Hussein Obama is fooling, as himself.

Now, when you are an average American, like you and me, fooling yourself usually only endangers you. However, in the case of United States of America President Barack Hussein Obama, his lack of self-awareness awareness and his self- delusion, endangers the stability of the whole wide world, beginning with the Mideast, and it leaves wide open the threat of nuclear annihilation for America and our allies, including Israel.

The arrogant stupidity of staking his legacy on being able to deliver something that is way above his pay grade, like attempting to control the Earth’s Climate, is so stupid, that I cannot find the words to accurately describe it.

While Obama is worrying about the effect of plastic water bottles on the earth, Iran continues to build a nuclear weapons which will lead to America’s annihilation.

While Obama is worrying about the Polar Bear, the Russian Bear is doing everything he can to make Obama look like the spineless weakling, which we already knew that he was, and in the meantime, possibly cut off America’s supply of oil from the Middle East.

If that 60 Minutes Interview last night did not scare the snot out of you, and make you realize what a self-absorbed Lightweight that Barack Hussein Obama truly is…you weren’t paying attention.

Until He Comes,


The Odd Couple: President Obama and President Ahmadinejad

In an interview to that aired last night on CBS’s 60 Minutes, President Barack Obama said that Israel’s concern over Iran’s march toward a nuclear program was  “noise.”

When it comes to our national security decisions — any pressure that I feel is simply to do what’s right for the American people. And I am going to block out — any noise that’s out there.

Here’s a partial transcript:

STEVE KROFT: “How much pressure have you been getting from Prime Minister Netanyahu to make up your mind to use military force in Iran?”

PRESIDENT OBAMA: “Well—look, I have conversations with Prime Minister Netanyahu all the time. And I understand and share Prime Minister Netanyahu’s insistence that Iran should not obtain a nuclear weapon, because it would threaten us, it would threaten Israel, and it would threaten the world and kick off a nuclear arms race.”

STEVE KROFT: “You’re saying, you don’t feel any pressure from Prime Minister Netanyahu in the middle of a campaign to try and get you to change your policy and draw a line in the sand? You don’t feel any pressure?”

PRESIDENT OBAMA: “When it comes to our national security decisions—any pressure that I feel is simply to do what’s right for the American people. And I am going to block out—any noise that’s out there. Now I feel an obligation, not pressure but obligation, to make sure that we’re in close consultation with the Israelis—on these issues. Because it affects them deeply. They’re one of our closest allies in the region. And we’ve got an Iranian regime that has said horrible things that directly threaten Israel’s existence.

Romney press secretary Andrea Saul responded:

Tonight on 60 Minutes, President Obama called Israel’s legitimate concern about the impact of an Iran armed with nuclear weapons ‘noise’ and referred to Israel as merely ‘one of our closest allies in the region.’ This is just the latest evidence of his chronic disregard for the security of our closest ally in the Middle East. Governor Romney’s views stand in sharp contrast to the President’s. Governor Romney strongly believes that Israel is our most important ally in the Middle East and that support for Israel is essential to extending freedom, peace and democracy throughout the region. As president, Governor Romney will restore and protect the close alliance between our nation and the state of Israel.

Obama also said that he

understands and agrees with Netanyahu’s insistence that Iran not be allowed to obtain nuclear weapons as this would threaten both countries, the world in general, and kick off an arms ace.

Romney, who was also interviewed on 60 Minutes last night, said that Obama not meeting with Netanyahu

is a mistake and sends a message throughout the Middle East that somehow we distance ourselves from our friends and I think the exact opposite approach is what’s necessary.

Well, I’m hope you’re sitting down. Guess who is in full agreement with the 44th President of these United States? Would you believe ol’ “Imadinnerjacket” himself?

In an interview with The Washington Post, Ahmedinejad was asked about the possibility of a war with Israel. He answered:

“We, generally speaking, do not take very seriously the issue of the Zionists and the possible dangers emanating from them,” he said early in the interview. “Of course, they would love to find a way for their own salvation by making a lot of noise and to raise stakes in order to save themselves. But I do not believe they will succeed.”

Asked if he thought Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was bluffing in his threats to strike Iranian nuclear facilities, the Iranian president said he agreed with that view and asserted that this analysis was a “common consensus.”

Ahmadinejad’s bland self-assurance is partly a matter of style, for no politician ever wants to display weakness before his adversaries. But in this third interview I’ve had with the Iranian president, I had the sense that he genuinely believes the world is going Iran’s way. He sees an America that is facing reversals across the Muslim world — in the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and most recently, in dealing with the Arab uprisings. Close U.S. allies such as Egypt’s Hosni Mubarak are gone, and Ahmadinejad is still standing.

In discussing Iran’s negotiations with the international group known as the P5+1, Ahmadinejad said Iran was willing to make a deal to limit its stockpile of enriched uranium. But he implied that the Obama administration wants to slow the negotiations down until after the November election, to avoid bargaining concessions that might embarrass the president.

“We have always been ready and we are ready” to make a deal that will address the P5+1’s concerns, he said. “But experience has shown that important and key decisions are not made in the U.S. leading up to national elections.”

Ahmadinejad observed at another point in the conversation: “I do believe that some conversations and key issues must be talked about again once we come out of the other end of the political election atmosphere in the United States.”

In talking about America, Ahmadinejad several times referred to a country that, in his words, is tired of “back-breaking expenses” of foreign wars overseas and where public opinion is trending against Israel. He didn’t cite evidence for these views.

“Will the people of the U.S. accept meddling and intervention in the affairs of others?” he mused at one point, before answering his own question. “I don’t believe so. I believe the people of the U.S. are peace-loving people.”

Translation of Ahmadinejad: Their president does not like Israel either. I expect no trouble from that wuss.

Lord… I wish we had an American President. 

C’mon, November 6th.