Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Political Videos (With Sunday Talks) & Links To Political News...



President Trump Hosts U.N. Security
Council For Lunch At The White House


Obama's Secret And Treasonous Iran Deal Giveaway

U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin Announces Sanctions
Against Employees Of Syria Research Center For Aiding Bashir Assad


How Did Liz Geronimo Warren Make $15 Million Within 6 Years As A Politician?

Chief Of Staff Reince Priebus
And NBC's Chief Liberal Chuck Todd


11 Ways Trump Has Rolled Back Government Regulations In His First 100 Days

Secretary Of Homeland Security
John Kelly And CNN Far Leftist Dana Bash


US Senators To Get Rare Briefing At White House On North Korea Threat

AG Jeff Sessions And ABC's
Little Georgie Stephanopoulos


Loretta Lynch Outed, It All Points Back To Hillary Clinton

Budget Director Mick Mulvaney
And FOX's 'Swamp Guardian' Chris Wallace


Quote For Today: "...even though Hillary Clinton lost two elections, the Clinton machine—the one the family has been building ever since Bill left office in 2001—is still very much in place. Walter Russell Mead described it like this during the 2016 primaries: “The machine gathers the cash that provides perches and incomes to Clinton loyalists; the loyalists keep the publicity machine pumping, keep the networks of contacts and patronage refreshed throughout the vast Clinton network, and staff what amounts to a permanent campaign. This is what party machines used to do: provide incomes for the army of operatives who would jump into action to make sure the machine stayed in office.”

The loyalists who make up this apparatus want—or even need—for the gears to keep spinning. And for that, the machine needs to offer the promise of future influence. Otherwise, donations to the Clinton Foundation would dry up; speaking engagements would become less lucrative; Clinton-backed spin organizations would wither; and dozens of jobs would disappear. All this is to say that the strange persistence of Chelsea boosterism does not come out of nowhere; it is the product of a supremely well-organized political organization revving its engines. And it will not be shut down voluntarily." --The American Interest

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