Trump Praises The Queen, Blasts Teresa May & British Ambassador Kim Darroch As Tensions Continue To Rise

President Trump is speaking out about some more scandalous leaks. And they hit close to home, they are coming from the British government.

America and England have had a special relationship for a long time and the leaking of diplomatic cables have put that relationship in jeopardy.

The cables were basically gossip, commentating on news reports of the day but the soon to be former British Ambassador Kim Darroch did disparage President Trump and his administration.

This Monday, President Trump stated that he would “no longer deal with” the U.K.’s ambassador to the U.S. after leaked cables revealed he told top government officials that President Trump is “insecure” and “incompetent,” reported The Hill.

“I do not know the Ambassador, but he is not liked or well thought of within the U.S. We will no longer deal with him,” President Trump tweeted.

President Trump also slammed outgoing British Prime Minister Theresa May, who expressed “full faith” in Ambassador Kim Darroch, over her handling of Brexit.

“What a mess she and her representatives have created. I told her how it should be done, but she decided to go another way,” he wrote, adding that “the good news for the wonderful United Kingdom is that they will soon have a new Prime Minister.”

The President also said that he “thoroughly enjoyed” his state visit to the U.K. last month, but in another jab at May, added that “it was the Queen who I was most impressed with!”

Haaretz reported that trade Minister Liam Fox, who is on a visit to Washington, told BBC radio he would apologize to President Trump’s daughter Ivanka, whom he is due to meet during his trip.

“I will be apologizing for the fact that either our civil service or elements of our political class have not lived up to the expectations that either we have or the United States has about their behavior, which in this particular case has lapsed in a most extraordinary and unacceptable way,” he said.

“Malicious leaks of this nature … can actually lead to a damage to that relationship, which can therefore affect our wider security interest.”

These revelations come at a time when Britain is in hopes off striking a major trade deal with its closest ally after it leaves the European Union, an exit currently scheduled for Oct. 31.

President Trump told reporters, of Darroch: “We are not big fans of that man and he has not served the UK well, so I can understand and I can say things about him but I won’t bother.”

Kamala Harris Viciously Attacks President Trump: ‘We Have a Predator In The White House’

This Wednesday, Sen. Kamala Harris unloaded her unfounded assessment of the president during a Des Moines, Iowa campaign event, labeling him a “predator” and claiming he has “predatory instincts.”

You can imagine the outcry if President Trump said something like that about any Democrat.

“I prosecuted the big banks when they preyed on homeowners. I prosecuted the pharmaceutical companies when they preyed on seniors. I prosecuted transnational criminal organizations when they preyed on women and children,” said the California Democrat, blasting the president over everything from detention centers at the border and his health care proposals to his “trade tax.”

“I know predators, and we have a predator living in the White House,” she declared.

“Donald Trump has predatory nature and predatory instincts,” Harris continued, apparently believing that as a former prosecutor she was qualified to make the assessment.

“The thing about predators, you should know, is that they prey on the vulnerable. They prey on those who they do not believe are strong. The thing about predators you must, most importantly know: Predators are cowards,” she added.

“And so when we look at this campaign, and we look at the task before us, it will be to successfully prosecute the case against four more years of Donald Trump, and I am prepared to do that,” said Harris.

Unsurprisingly, a CNN panel thought that Harris was on target and it wasn’t going too far to label the president – or anyone – with the description.

“Calling the President a predator. This is somebody who has, obviously, as a former prosecutor and attorney general in California, San Francisco, prosecuted predators. Too strong, do you think?” CNN host Jake Tapper asked on Wednesday during “The Lead with Jake Tapper.”

“Not at all,” Former senior spokesperson for Hillary Clinton Campaign Karen Finney replied, citing the Access Hollywood tape in 2016 as well as unverified allegations by several women against the President, including the recent alleged rape accusation from writer E. Jean Carroll.

“And I think we’ve established that this President is not someone who is particularly pro-woman. That is certainly our feeling from the Democratic side,” Finney said.

“And I think she probably felt like you got to get in there and be strong about it because that is what people are feeling,” she said about Kamala Harris. “And whereas before they might have been willing to kind of put that aside and hold their nose and vote for Trump or they didn’t like Hillary and they voted for Trump, now we know more, not just about him and women, but we know more about his policies.”

Alice Stewart, a CNN political commentator and former aide to Gov. Mike Huckabee, thought that Kamala Harris was just trying to grab headlines with her insult on President Trump. She also noted that Trump’s supporters have given him a “Mulligan” on past alleged behavior.

“And to our knowledge, it has not continued to happen. And the most important point is for social evangelicals who have a real problem with that kind of behavior, he has followed through on the policies that we support him on, which is Supreme Court, life and religious liberties,” Stewart explained.

“His personal behavior, yes, it has been disturbing, but his policies are the reason a lot of people stand behind him,” she added.

Trump Silences Jimmy Carter For Calling Him Illegitimate President: ‘I Feel Bad For Him’

The President is overseas so Jimmy Carter used the opportunity to talk smack about him. Even though the Democrats have been preaching that we can disagree and fight at home, but overseas we ought to present a unified front.

Yet, Jimmy Carter did something eve worse – he questioned the legitimacy of President Trump’s election. The whole world knew President Trump wouldn’t take this sitting down and he didn’t disappoint.

MSN reported that President Trump fired back at former President Carter’s suggestion that he is an illegitimate president, saying that Jimmy Carter is “the forgotten president” who’s not only “trashed” by his own party but also remembered only as being “terrible” for the country.

The President reacted to Jimmy Carter’s comments on Saturday during a news conference following the G-20 summit in Japan, stating that although Jimmy Carter is “a nice man, he was a terrible president,” before noting that “he’s a Democrat and it’s a typical talking point.”

Trump also added that Carter is “loyal to the Democrats” but “as everybody now understands, I won not because of Russia, not because of anybody but myself.”

On Friday, Carter appeared at a Virginia forum and said “I think a full investigation would show that Trump didn’t actually win the election in 2016.”

“He lost the election, and he was put into office because the Russians interfered on his behalf,” he added. When asked if Trump was an “illegitimate president,” Carter responded saying “Basically, what I just said, which I can’t retract.”

President Trump said during the news conference that he “campaigned better, smarter, hotter than Hillary Clinton. I went to Wisconsin, I went to Michigan the night of the vote.”

“I won Michigan, I won Wisconsin, I won Pennsylvania, I won states that traditionally haven’t been won by Republicans for many years,” the President continued. “This had nothing to do with anybody but the fact that I worked harder and much smarter than Hillary Clinton did.”

He added that he was “surprised” that Jimmy Carter made such comments but he also “felt bad” for him as he is been attacked even by his own party.

“He’s been trashed within his own party, he’s been badly trashed. I felt bad for him because you look over the years, his party has virtually … he’s like the forgotten president,” President Trump said. “And I understand why they say that.”

“He was not a good president. Looked at what happened with Iran — that was a disaster. What Iran did to him, they tied him in knots. The reason Ronald Reagan probably became president.”

President Trump Hits Back – He Is Pushing To Delay Census Until Supreme Court Can Make Final Ruling

It’s hard to say that the Democrats have ever seen a President like Trump. The man simply does not give up. Today he suffered a minor setback when the Supreme Court temporarily blocked the citizenship question from making the census.

This is temporarily, because if the government can come up with a better rationale than the one they presented, Roberts is inclined to go along with the Trump administration and the other conservative members of the court.

On Thursday, The Hill reported that President Trump said that he is asking his administration to temporarily delay the 2020 census in light of the Supreme Court ruling blocking the question for the time being.

“I have asked the lawyers if they can delay the Census, no matter how long, until the United States Supreme Court is given additional information from which it can make a final and decisive decision on this very critical matter,” Trump said in a series of tweets, suggesting that his officials will look to provide another reason to be able to ask about citizenship status on the survey.

“Can anyone really believe that as a great Country, we are not able the ask whether or not someone is a Citizen. Only in America!”

Earlier on Thursday, the Supreme Court ruled 5-4 against the Trump administration over the census citizenship question, finding that the official reasoning for the question was not in line with evidence presented in the case.

The justices, in a majority opinion authored by Chief Justice John Roberts, sent the matter back to the Commerce Department to provide a reasoning more aligned with the evidence.

They also sent the case back down to a lower court for further proceedings.

A delay in the census would be a significant drain on resources, as the survey is often planned years in advance. And Trump’s administration has argued in court filings that it needs to start printing materials by Sunday in order to get the census out in time — a claim President Trump has indicated he is now willing to abandon, having lost in court.

Delaying the census could also spur additional legal challenges, as the Constitution mandates that a census be conducted every 10 years.

Trump’s administration argued that the question was needed to enforce the Voting Rights Act. But opponents of the question said asking about citizenship would cause non-citizens and immigrants to skip the question or the census altogether, leading to an inaccurate count of the population.

“Several points, considered together, reveal a significant mismatch between the decision [Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross] made and the rationale he provided,” Roberts wrote in the opinion issued on Thursday.

He also noted that Ross, whose agency oversees the census, had indicated an interest in asking about citizenship on the 2020 survey early into his tenure. And Roberts wrote that the Justice Department, which enforces the Voting Rights Act, appeared to be more interested in “helping the Commerce Department than to securing the data.”

President Trump Shuts Down Rude CNN Reporter: ‘What I Say To Him Is None Of Your Business’

President Trump announced that he will be visiting with all the top countries leaders at the G20 summit. As usual, a CNN reporter had to get rude and ask disrespectful questions to the President as he was leaving the White House today.

Alternet reported that CNN reporter Sarah Westwood asked President Trump whether he planned on telling Russian President Putin at their upcoming meeting not to interfere in the election.

“I’ll have a very good conversation with him,” President Trump said. Then, with venom in his voice and facial expression, he added: “What I say to him is none of your business!”

The President frequently lashes out at liberal reporters, but his insults and broadsides tend to seem performative — he hasn’t stated if he enjoys slamming reporters when he gets the chance.

But this question really appeared to get under President Trump’s skin, eliciting an outburst that showed how sensitive he is about the issue and prompting him to quickly move on to another question.

Before receiving this question, Trump had said of former Special Counsel Mueller’s Russia investigation and the continuing probes driven by congressional Democrats, “The Mueller thing never stops! … At what point does it end?”.

President Trump Reveals That His Biggest Mistake Was Appointing Jeff Sessions As Attorney General

President Trump appeared on an interview with MSNBC host Chuck Todd and told him his biggest regrets of his first term as president.

President Trump told host Chuck Todd that if he could have one do-over it would be his personnel. “I would say if I had one do-over, it would be, I would not have appointed Jeff Sessions to be attorney general.”

“That’s your, in your mind, that’s your worst mistake?” host Chuck Todd asked the President.

“Yeah, that was the biggest mistake.” President Trump replied.

He is correct. Trump’s appointment of Jeff Sessions proved to be a disaster for his first two years because the Justice Department got hijacked by Deep State criminals.

After recusing himself and allowing Rosenstein and Mueller to hijack the Justice Department for 2 years – former Attorney General Jeff Sessions had the gall to say back in April that it’s time to move past the Mueller probe.

Thankfully President Trump fired Jeff Sessions in November and brought on Bill Barr to be his new Attorney General. Bill Barr took control of Robert Mueller’s witch hunt and immediately shut it down.

Jeff Sessions cited the wrong law when he recused himself from the Russia investigation and all things Hillary Clinton the first day on the job.

Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein became the de facto AG and quickly appointed Special Counsel Robert Mueller and also gave him permission to rove around unchecked in a massive, $35 million witch hunt.

The 3 of them and over other angry, crooked Democrat donors on the special counsel’s team ruined many reputations over the past 2 years with perjury traps and damaging leaks to mainstream media.

General Mike Flynn, George Papadopoulos, Paul Manafort, Roger Stone and Carter Page were targeted for ruin — Manafort ended up in solitary confinement and sentenced to over 10 years in prison, as reported by the The Getaway Pundit.

Mike Flynn, a three-star General, was forced to sell a home after being buried in legal fees thanks to Robert Mueller’s witch hunt.

Trump Shuts Down Stephanopoulos In Heated Exchange: ‘You’re Being a Little Wise Guy’

Anchor George Stephanopoulos and President Trump went at each other hard in an interview on ABC News.

The Hill reported that President Donald Trump pushed back at ABC News anchor George Stephanopoulos during a interview, calling him “a little wise guy.”

Stephanopoulos was pressing President Trump on not answering questions in person from special counsel Mueller’s team.

“Wait a minute. I did answer questions. I answered them in writing,” the President said.

“Not on obstruction,” George Stephanopoulos replied.

“George, you’re being a little wise guy, OK, which is, you know, typical for you,” President Trump hit back.

“Just so you understand. Very simple. It’s very simple. There was no crime. There was no collusion. The big thing’s collusion. Now, there’s no collusion. That means … it was a setup, in my opinion, and I think it’s going to come out,” he continued.

In ABC News‘ exclusive interview President Trump says McGahn “may have been confused” when he told Robert Mueller that President Trump instructed him multiple times to have the acting attorney general remove the special counsel because of perceived conflicts of interest.

“The story on that very simply, No. 1, I was never going to fire Mueller. I never suggested firing Mueller,” President Trump told George Stephanopoulos.

But when Host Stephanopoulos pushed back and referenced McGahn’s testimony, President Trump was defiant.

“I don’t care what [McGahn] says, it doesn’t matter,” President Trump said.

“Why would [McGahn] lie under oath?” George Stephanopoulos later asked.

“Because he wanted to make himself look like a good lawyer,” the President said. “Or he believed it because I would constantly tell anybody that would listen — including you, including the media — that Robert Mueller was conflicted. Robert Mueller had a total conflict of interest.”

“And has to go?” Host Stephanopoulos followed up.

“I didn’t say that,” the President insisted.

President Trump also defended his decision not to sit for an in-person interview with Robert Mueller’s investigators – something he had repeatedly said he would do – by expressing concern investigators were looking to catch him in lies or misstatements. He ultimately submitted written responses to questions from the investigators.

And while the President refused to speak to Robert Mueller’s investigators directly about McGahn and other topics, he wasn’t shy about sharing his views with ABC News.

“If you answer these questions to me now,” Stephanopoulos asked, “why not answer them to Robert Mueller under oath?”

“Because they were looking to get us for lies or slight misstatements,” President Trump said. “I looked at what happened to people, and it was very unfair. Very, very unfair. Very unfair.”

Trump Blasts Kamala Harris For Saying She Would Prosecute Him As POTUS

President Trump slammed 2020 Democratic presidential primary candidate Sen. Kamala Harris after she said she would direct her Department of Justice to prosecute him for obstruction of justice should she win the White House.

As previously reported, the California senator said in a Wednesday podcast interview that she would direct the Justice Department under her administration to prosecute President Trump for obstruction of justice charges, clamming that they would “have no choice” but to do so if she won the White House.

During the same day, during an interview with ABC News’ George Stephanopoulos, the President was asked about Harris’ comments.

In response, Trump tore into the 2020 Democratic primary candidate, proclaiming that she said what she did because “she’s running for president” and pointing out that “she’s way down in the polls.”

“Oh, give me a break. She’s running for president,” President Trump said. “She’s doing horribly. She’s way down in the polls.”

He went on to point out that one of Harris’ 2020 competitors, Sen. Elizabeth Warren — whom he referred to as “Pocahontas” in the interview — was “really cleaning her clock.”

The 2020 Democratic primary race continues to heat up as the first debate closes in at the end of the month.

Reports say that a new poll released on Thursday put Harris in fourth place among Democratic primary voters in her home state of California.

Elizabeth Warren, Sen. Bernie Sanders, and former Vice President Joe Biden all placed ahead of her in the poll, with Biden leading the pack at 22 percent.

Just last month, Harris announced her plan to close the wage gap between men and women in America, but a report by the Washington Free Beacon showed that women in her Senate office get paid 94 cents for every dollar a man in her office makes.

Trump Reveals New Patriotic Paint Job For Air Force One & The Democrats Try To Block It

President Donald Trump has revealed his long-awaited new design for Air Force One and the Democrats immediately tried to block it.

You can see the new color scheme in the video below – it does look pretty good, yet the Democrats, out of sheer hatred of Trump, are trying to block it under the guise of saving money.

ABC reported that less than a year after announcing a $3.9 billion makeover for America’s most famous aircraft, President Trump shared never-before-seen images of Air Force One’s prospective redesign on Wednesday during an exclusive interview.

“George, take a look at this,” the President boasted to ABC News Chief Anchor George Stephanopoulos, as he flashed mock-ups of his vision for the next generation of the presidential aircraft. “Here’s your new Air Force One.”

Last July, the President announced his intention to revamp the design of the aging fleet. And this Wednesday, during an exclusive interview with ABC News, the President showed his plan to swap the iconic sky blue-and-white paint job for a patriotic red, white and blue.

“We had different choices, here,” the President said, pointing to images he said he designed himself. “These are all slightly different.”

“Air Force One” refers to any aircraft carrying the president of the United States and most commonly refers to a pair of Boeing 747-200B series aircraft.

The current fleet comes with several modifications, including a presidential suite, medical operating room and a kitchen that “can feed 100 people at a time,” according to the White House.

“Is the frame still a 747?” Stephanopoulos asked.

“It’s a 747, but you know, it’s a much bigger plane,” the President replied. “It’s a much bigger wing span.”

In spite of his willingness to share the preliminary sketches, Trump is still holding some details close to the vest. “There are a couple of secrets,” Trump teased. “You know what, there are a couple of secrets I don’t think we’re supposed to be talking about.”

And despite the grandeur Trump has etched into his brand, his new aircraft may not have it all.

“Everyone wants to know, is there a pod or not?” Stephanopoulos asked. “Seen the movie ‘Air Force One’? … The famous pod that flies out of the back?”

“Oh, I see,” President Trump laughed. “But, yeah — no.”

But the president’s patriotic new vision for the executive aircraft may face friction on Capitol Hill. On Wednesday, shortly after President Trump showed ABC News the blueprints for Air Force One’s new paint job, lawmakers on the House Armed Services Committee voted to restrict spending on the renovation plans.

“The president will have an opportunity to make some suggestions and changes to the plane,” Rep. Joe Courtney, a Connecticut Democrat who introduced the amendment, said Wednesday, noting “additional paint can add weight to the plane, additional fixtures inside can also add to cost and delays to the delivery of the plane.”

Trump Breaks Silence On Joe Biden’s Insults: ‘When a Man Has To Mention My Name 76 Times In a Speech, That Means He’s In Trouble’

Joe Biden and President Donald Trump are both hitting Iowa today. Joe Biden started by attacking the President, sending the media into a frenzy this morning with his attack talking points.

The President of course, didn’t wait long to hit back hard. “When a man has to mention my name 76 times in a speech, that means he’s in trouble.”

CBS reported that Biden plans to call out the President as an “existential threat” to the U.S., according to prepared remarks shared with CBS News. The bashing by the front-runner for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination would come as he and President Trump travel throughout Iowa on Tuesday trying to galvanize their supporters.

The former vice president will label President Trump as an existential threat to decency, America’s standing in the world, and democracy.

Joe Biden hopes to draw a “sharp contrast” between himself and Trump on several key issues, according to the campaign. Among them are tariffs, climate change and restoring American “values.”

The “cashiers at Target … know more about economics than Trump,” Biden asserted.

On climate change, the former vice president is expected to chide Trump’s previous climate-related comments, saying, “If he was just another rich guy sitting in his gold-plated apartment in Manhattan tweeting about how those pointy-headed scientists don’t know anything, it wouldn’t matter — but he’s president.”

Beyond policy and international relations, Joe Biden is set to make an emotional appeal about the President’s “crude language” and “embarrassing behavior,” such as his recent name-calling of Bette Midler in his Twitter posts.

“What are you going to do when your kids start tweeting like Trump and say, “Well, the president did it,” Biden asked the crowds on Tuesday.

Trump hit back again calling Joe Biden a dummy. “Joe Biden is a dummy. Joe Biden thought that China wasn’t a competitor.”

“China ate our country alive during Obama and Biden. They ate us alive. And then Biden has some sort of relationship financially — or his son — with China? Tell me about that”

“Joe never got more than 1%, except Obama took him off the trash heap” and “it looks like his friends from the left are going to overtake him pretty soon.”

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