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Pamela Geller, American Thinker: Why Trump Is Failing

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Read my latest column over at The American Thinker:

March 28, 2017
Why Trump Is Failing
By Pamela Geller

Make no mistake: the failure to repeal and replace ObamaCare, which President Trump had so often promised to do, was a major defeat for his administration.

The beginning of his administration is when President Trump had the chance to accomplish the most. But it’s not looking that way. He has certainly tried, but is being thwarted at every turn by leftist activist judges and the RINO establishment.

According to The Hill, “Trump became heavily involved in selling and negotiating the plan, holding at least 17 meetings on overhauling the healthcare system…. Those included arm-twisting sessions (in person and on Twitter) with conservative and moderate factions that opposed the plan, as well as invites to the White House bowling alley and a rare personal trip to Capitol Hill. His aides were more than eager to tout ‘The Art of the Deal’ author’s abilities to get people to come to an agreement. ‘He is the closer,’ White House press secretary Sean Spicer said Wednesday.”

So what happened? Trump has to take control. Take a page from Obama and clean house. With regard to ObamaCare, Trump should take decisive action to salvage the situation now. He should call every GOP congressman into his office and just hammer out a deal.

Here’s the thing: he talks about being a great negotiator, and that may be true. But throughout his career until now, he has been negotiating not with politicians, but with businessmen. We know their motive: profit. Money.

It’s not the same with politicians. Politics is a twisted world, in which power and reelection are the currency in which they trade. The bottom line in business is money, and while money talks for politicians also, the bottom line with these corrupt clowns is not always so easy to discern.Breitbart News reminded us recently that House Speaker Paul Ryan “was caught on an audio file from October — obtained by Breitbart News and published a couple weeks ago — saying he is ‘not going to defend Donald Trump — not now, not in the future.’”

And Trump was relying on him to repeal and replace ObamaCare?

Paul Ryan is also out of his depth. Love him or hate him, former House majority leader Tom DeLay knew how to herd those cats. That’s why the left had to destroy him. Ryan lacks what DeLay had: “bold aggressiveness and quiet maneuvering.”

Ryan has got to go. James Comey, too. What’s with all the Obama holdovers throughout the Trump administration? The Justice Department’s civil rights division must be purged. What’s Eric Treene still doing there? In January 2012, after receiving a huge box (in response to my Freedom of Information Act request) full of documents relating to the Justice Department’s interactions with Muslim groups linked to Hamas and the Muslim Brotherhood, I wrote:

Even more striking was the servile demeanor of the Civil Rights Division official Eric Treene, Special Counsel for the Department of Justice, Civil Rights Division, and the demanding condescension of Muslim Brotherhood operatives. Muslim and Arab operatives treat Treene and Co. like an errand boy, asking them for email addresses of other contacts and setting them to perform the most menial gofer duties.  The DOJ even takes lunch orders and picks up the tab, and in some cases asks them how much money they need for a little soiree they’re holding. It is astonishing.

Yet Treene is still there, and doubtless still kowtowing. And he is not the only one. A senior Trump administration official said last week: “We have members of the former administration at the highest levels who through their actions after January 20 have demonstrated their refusal to recognize the results of the general election. They have pursued, organized, and managed a comprehensive subversion of the new administration.”

The Washington Free Beacon reports that “in one instance, Trump administration officials found evidence that the administration’s executive order banning travel from certain Muslim-majority nations had been selectively altered to bring it more in line with Obama-era talking points. Several hours before the orders were set to be signed by Trump, officials noticed that language concerning ‘radical Islamic terrorism’ had been stripped from the order and replaced with Obama-era language about countering violent extremism. West Wing staffers quickly scrambled to rewrite the order to bring it back in line with Trump’s rhetoric.”

That’s unconscionable. Whoever did that should have been immediately identified and fired.

It’s not too late for Trump. But it will be soon, if he doesn’t remember what got him elected in the first place, and drain the swamp.

Pamela Geller is the President of the American Freedom Defense Initiative (AFDI), publisher of PamelaGeller.com and author of The Post-American Presidency: The Obama Administration’s War on America and Stop the Islamization of America: A Practical Guide to the Resistance. Follow her on Twitter here. Like her on Facebook here.

  • karolewsd018

    I salute Donald J Trump. In spite of the hate and smearing and wire tapping and threats, our president is working to keep his word and to do what is right and best for America and ALL her citizens. I respect and admire Trump even more every day as he goes about the business of doing what he was elected to do.

    Real Americans have spoken. We want our country back. Our jobs were being sent to Mexico and China. Our taxes were being spent on illegals, refugees, and welfare leaches.

    My healthcare is too expensive ($800/month for my family). Time to step away from socialism and let the capitalism work. My car insurance is just $25 per month (Insurance Panda) and my internet is just $30/month from RNC. Let the free market handle health insurance!

    God bless Trump and America.

    • Richard

      Spam alert! Go sell car insurance elsewhere.

      • mac

        You are drunk richard. Go home.

        • Richard

          You either don’t realize the karolewsd018’s post is spam or perhaps you are also a paid spammer who objects to being outed.
          If the former then here is what you missed: The reference to cheap car insurance from Insurance Panda. These comments touting Insurance Panda are widely recognized by more intelligent readers than you as spam. Also note that there is nothing in the comment that is directly specific to the topic of the article. These spam comments are prepared ahead of time. If you were to pay closer attention you might learn something about how comment sections work.

        • imwithstoopid

          And you’re blind or can’t read, don’t make a fool of yourself….

  • Gizmo

    One of Trump’s biggest mistakes was to think he could trust Paul Ryan. Ryan is a flat out traitor to the country. He rubber-stamped and funded not only Obamacare, but also Obama’s illegal adventures in amnesty for illegal aliens. Ryan made damn sure everything Obama floated down the pike was passed with no opposition. Most Republicans are no better. The so called “Freedom Caucus” who oppose Ryan on most issues, including “Ryancare”, kiss Ryan’s narrow @ss on getting as many illegals into the country as possible. That keeps their corporate donors happy.

    An amendment was added to the Ryancare bill that denied free health insurance to illegal aliens. Ryan and other members of the GOP establishment stripped that out of the bill before taking it to Trump. If you think Muslims are going to be excluded from immigrating here with these b@stards still in control, think again!

    • Jennifer McDavies

      How can anyone expect different results from the same RINOs? The swamp still needs massive draining. Speaking of Ryan, he is one of the main reasons I voted for Trump to begin with. And there he is still perched on his toad stool. He will be working on the Tax Bill next. Un-freaking-believable.

      • Fern

        “I do not think a Muslim ban is in our country’s interest.” “Muslims are our partners.” — Paul Ryan

        • Paul Ryan humping America

          But he didn’t complain when Obama passed a “muslim” ban:

          https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=miRv13G2pCo

        • IzlamIsTyranny

          Wow, I never realized he said this. I wonder whose back pocket he’s in?

          • imwithstoopid

            This was why there should have been no problem with Trumps plan.
            Ask the stupid protestors about this, and to a man they have no idea that it was done, usful idiots is the apt description of them.

    • STQ

      Maybe Trump agrees WITH Paul Ryan??/

      • Amethyst_2012

        NO he does not. Give Trump time to put the fires out and bring in new laws. Trump will not disappoint Americans. Look back a year from now and you will see how many good things Trump has done for Americans.

        • imwithstoopid

          We do not need a fire fighter, we need someone to not only delegate authority but to also get people to do some deep vetting of people he chooses for the cabinet, too many bad choices have been made so far due to the ineptness of those he trusts to do the soul searching of his choices.

          • Amethyst_2012

            Somewhere someone posted the email for suggestions for Trump. Not sure which article it was. If I had the time I would send in some myself.

      • imwithstoopid

        During the pre-election days the only reason Trump backed that RINO jerk was so that the jerks democrat opponent would not win the Wisconsin Senate seat, and Ryan knows that.
        There was no love lost between them.

  • yzwisey

    Ryan is a globalist and must be removed. He actually should have been impeached long ago. Graham, McCain took campaign monies from Soros so their opposition to Trump has been duly noted and reelection votes will reflect as such. Dems have been so destructive to this country they border on treason especially their co conspiracy w muslim terrorist groups.

    • imwithstoopid

      Those that elected those two guys love them, so don’t expect any smart decisions from them.

  • vv

    Nonsense. It is only failure if he stops trying and gives up – Permanently. Just because it did not pass this time, does not mean it is over. Trump will reinstate it and eventually get it passed soon. Never underestimate trump.

    • Paul Ryan butt-humping America

      Trump is incorrect when he says it will implode soon. The premiums are fixed until January 1. They will go up then, as they always do, but I doubt it will be an “implosion”. People on Ocare who are receiving subsidies (welfare) are quite happy to get insurance. I can’t afford any of the Ocare plans (I’m 59) and don’t want subsidies which are welfare. I need dirt cheap major medical insurance NOW. I don’t want to wait while Paul Ryan pulls his head out of his a$$.
      I support Trump, but he blew it on this – of course Ryan gets the biggest share of blame. I doubt Ryan will ever do the right thing on this or much else.

      • With less than one hundred days in office, Ms. Geller, I don’t believe Trump’s a failure of any kind.

        Ms. Geller has asserted that President Trump has, at this time, failed in this one campaign promise. This assertion is true on it’s face.

        I support Trump, but he blew it on this – of course Ryan gets the biggest share of blame.

        (My bold.) Now, you agree with us about President Trump; then you fail to recoginze that President Trump failed to negotiate a deal with Paul Ryan. Exquisite confusion. Congratulations.

  • KristenSuzanneM

    With less than one hundred days in office, Ms. Geller, I don’t believe Trump’s a failure of any kind. I respect your opinion on much but this isn’t one of those topics. We still have a long way to go. And in my view, our new President is ten steps ahead of everyone who considers him the ‘enemy’. He’s twenty steps ahead of the leftist news media, Hollywood, academe and Democrat politicians. We’re getting started in this ‘new world of Trump’. The popcorn and schadenfreude will commence in short order. I always keep myself ready for such events.

    • Wayne Ville … a Deplorable

      I completely agree with you. This president is trying to get the entire government back on track. There is no magic wand for that, only hard work with some setbacks from time to time. At least Trump is working the issues, I don’t see anyone else doing that.

      • KristenSuzanneM

        Agreed Wayne. The Don is well ahead of the establishment on either side. They loathe the idea this outsider is there yanking their collective chain and him too. He is ahead of all of them and they just don’t like it. I spend a lot of time enjoying the clown circus, snacking on popcorn and schadenfreude. It’s the only way to fly …

      • Drew the Infidel

        Agreed. While I shared Trump’s, and everyone else’s, enthusiasm to tackle the rebuilding task I also share the frustration of realizing the wheels in DC turn awfully slowly. However, after having read “The Art of the Deal” and becoming aware of his bulldog determination, I am back to being optimistic. His Obamacare plans are still alive.

        • Klaus

          The problem with Trump is he has no plan. When he needs a plan, he goes to Jared and asks, “Jared, what’s my plan?” Jared goes, “I don’t know. I’ll ask Bibi.” Bibi goes, “How should I know? Your last envelope was a little light.”

      • Rob Porter

        Then why is the scum remaining in positions of influence? Schumer would not shout at me in a restaurant for more than 20 seconds. If he did he either get the bones in his feet crushed, or get a knuckle sandwich in the throat, or something else crushed!

    • STQ

      He may not be twenty steps ahead of Paul Ryan…or maybe he agrees with him. If Trump goes with the moderates and Dems and we end up with Big Gov Healthcare, he may be a one termer!

      • Michael Mazziotta

        I think he did it to play back Paul Ryan for all the stuff he said before Trump got elected. Trump went with the healthcare but he doesn’t own it.

      • notislam

        They should have destroyed this obama un-healthy care and let things take their course. It would have sorted itself out for the people.

      • Evil Gandhi

        If Trump builds the wall and avoids middle-east war then it’s extremely unlikely he’ll be a one term president.

        The wall is the #1 issue. No more mid-east wars is #2.

    • Shut ‘er down NOW!

      Conservatives should shut down the goobermint until they get the health care bill they want. No budgets passed, no money for anybody. Shut the MFer down and force Ryan, Trump, and the rest of the RINOs to straighten up. No money for military, for SS, for medicare, for vets, for education, for DHS, CIA, FBI, none of it – shut it down! Do it NOW!

      • IzlamIsTyranny

        I wouldn’t mind seeing the C-A-I, F-I-B and D-S-H de-funded. I think they’re more traitors than defenders of the US Constitution at this point.

        • JohnathanA

          I tend to agree as most have become lone wolves.
          Witg proper leadership we will become a more cohesive nation with everyone doing their part.

    • Rob Porter

      Kristen, I want this presidency to work, but so far Trump has proven insufficiently ruthless in getting rid of the scum leftovers from Obama. With all the evidence on Clinton and Obama that he must have, what indications are there that he will take strong action against them and sink them once and for all? I’m getting an empty feeling in the pit of my stomach. The liberals opposing him are largely filth, disgusting liars, destructive and ruthless, yet where the actions from Trump to silence them? They are out to destroy his presidency and if they do I hope you are ready to watch the U.S. collapse into chaos.

    • Ron Cole

      President Trump is succeding. Just the appointment of an American Constitutionilst to the Supreme Court is a Triumph.

      It is the mostly alien crime family Kongress and embeded bureauracy that need to be puniched.

      Drain and fumigate the putrid swanp.

    • Ron Cole

      Amen friend.

  • lostlegends

    The medical bill deserved to die. It sucked. Tea Party Patriots, of which I am a near charter member, opposed it. This bill did NOT include interstate insurance co. competition as promised by Pres. Trump. And it had an outrageous tax to be paid to insurance cos! Of all things. Shifting tax from IRS to insurance cos? You got to be kidding. Down with Ryan’s Rino Care!

    • Paul Ryan’s got our back

      Exactly right. Obamacare is welfare for insurers – the subsidies go to them. Ryan care was the same – the tax credits would have gone for premiums. With the tax credits insurers would have been able to continue raising premiums. There is no difference between the two plans.
      .
      Ryan was behind Trump and the American people all the way. Here you can see him in action right behind us: (rated R)

      https://www.liveleak.com/view?i=b75_1490515047

    • Ann would be best Pres. EVER!!

      Here’s an OUTSTANDING plan from Ann Coulter:
      http://www.breitbart.com/big-journalism/2017/03/29/ann-coulter-health-care-plan-simple-even-republican-can-understand/

      Here’s the meat of it, but the article tells the ins/outs of it:

      Quote: ”

      STEP 1: Congress doesn’t repeal Obamacare! Instead, Congress passes a law, pursuant to its constitutional power to regulate interstate commerce, that says: “In America, it shall be legal to sell health insurance on the free market. This law supersedes all other laws, taxes, mandates, coverage requirements, regulations or prohibitions, state or federal.”

      The end. Love, Ann.

  • wildjew

    President Trump is moving toward the Islamic savages dedicated to Israel’s obliteration. If he turns into another George W. Bush he will not succeed in my view; not like he would have had he adhered to our party platform on Israel.

    Not good:

    Trump tells Israel he plans peace push ‘very soon’ — report

    US envoy to meet with (arch-terrorist / Holocaust denier) Mahmoud Abbas in Jordan Wednesday

    BY RAOUL WOOTLIFF March 28, 2017, 1:56 pm

    • JohnathanA

      Where did you get that idea?

      • wildjew

        What idea? That the president wants to begin negotiations with Islamic savages dedicated to Israel’s obliteration?

        http://www.timesofisrael.com/liveblog_entry/trump-tells-israel-he-plans-peace-push-very-soon-report/

        Trump warns Israel that new settlements ‘may not help’ achieve Middle East peace

        https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/trump-warns-israel-that-new-settlements-may-not-help-achieve-middle-east-peace/2017/02/02/69ff84a4-e9a5-11e6-b82f-687d6e6a3e7c_story.html?utm_term=.1554552d1595

        • JohnathanA

          You do realize that your previous xomment is still readable and that it has nothing to do with your current comment?
          Please do not present the WAPO as if it is a real souce as it is fake news.
          Now please do answer my question based on your first comment!

          • wildjew

            OK, fine. I substituted Fox News. Is that better? Your question, where did I get “that idea?” I asked you what idea. Why didn’t you answer my question? If your question is, where did I get the idea President Trump is moving toward negotiating with Islamic savages dedicated to Israel’s obliteration, it is in the news. He made a point of saying he wanted to negotiate a deal with these Islamic savages December 2015.

            ‘Front-running Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump, generally hawkish on Muslims-vs.-West issues, has alarmed some pro-Israel elements in the United Statements with a speech he delivered on Thursday.

            Peace between Israel and the Palestinian Authority “has to do with Israel and whether or not Israel’s willing to sacrifice certain things,” Trump told the Jewish Republican Coalition. This, despite his acknowledgement that Israel had already made many difficult moves for the sake of a peace agreement….

            http://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/204422

            ZOA to Trump: ‘We’re disappointed and alarmed’

            Front-running Rep. candidate who opposed Iran deal says Middle East peace depends on more Israeli ‘sacrifices.’

            Here is my question to you. 1) Are ‘Palestinians’ (the majority of whom support suicide bombings against innocent Jewish women and children) Islamic savages? 2) Do you advocate negotiating with them and their leaders?

          • JohnathanA

            All that subterfuge to get away from a simple question i asked you originally!
            Your behavior is very peaceful religion style.
            I always enjoy people outing themselves.
            Good job!

          • wildjew

            You are such a deceptive little SOB. Your question, where did I get “that idea?” You never clarified it, you pip squeak who hides his Disqus activity. Hope you aren’t a regular here. You strike me as a progressive or an apologist for Islam.

          • JohnathanA

            Still trying to distance yourself from a simple question you do not seem capable of answering.

          • wildjew

            You are beneath contempt.

            “The fear of the Lord is to hate evil, pride, arrogance and the way of evil, and a perverse mouth I hate.” (Proverbs chapter 8)

          • JohnathanA

            Amusing the length you will go to show that you cannot answer a simple question.
            My point is proven.
            Drama routines are never the way to go.

          • wildjew

            ‘Do not answer a fool according to his folly,
            Or you will also be like him.

            Answer a fool as his folly deserves,
            That he not be wise in his own eyes.

          • JohnathanA

            Insulting me because you cannot answer a simple question will not result in anything positive for you.

          • wildjew

            You’ve not asked a question much less a simple question. I don’t play games with simple people.

          • JohnathanA

            Stop with the insults as you are making a fool out of yourself.
            My attempts at getting an answer from you are here for every one to read.
            I will be a regular here because i will not be insulted away.
            Thanks for helping me make up my mind.
            See you around.

          • wildjew

            I do not have time for dishonest, evasive and cunning people like you.

          • JohnathanA

            Yet you go on and on to evade the fact your comments cannot be backed.
            You need the last word in a conversation where you stated nothing of value.

          • wildjew

            My comments can and are backed by fact and truth. A blind partisan such as yourself cannot or will not recognize facts or truth. Instead, blind partisans such as yourself employ evasive and dishonest subterfuge and cunning with comments like, “Your behavior is very peaceful religion style.”

          • JohnathanA

            Okay, so provide the proof.

          • wildjew

            Here’s the problem. When I present evidence, you shift the debate. What is the extent of your knowledge about Islam and the Mideast conflict? That will help the reader understand the problem you are having. Looks to me, it is minimal to none; that is zero. Am I right?

          • JohnathanA

            Nope, why do you think this is an oral conversation?

          • wildjew

            Fine. I take your answer to be an admission you know little to nothing about the religion of Islam and the Mideast conflict. That is why your only recourse is to shift the debate and accuse me of not answering your question(s).

          • JohnathanA

            You take nothing or you would have answered my question intelligently yesterday.

          • wildjew

            I gave you a careful, well thought out answer. But you would not accept my answer.

          • JohnathanA

            Where?

          • IzlamIsTyranny

            Um, a US envoy is scheduled to meet w/Mahmoud Abbas, a filthy, lying, Jew hating, muslum despot (who has been “president” for more than a decade w/no elections held) who advocates for the destruction of the state of Israel and sponsors islamic terrorism against same. That might answer your question.

          • JohnathanA

            My question was based on the pretend Wild and his/her assertion that President Trump would deal with muslim terrorists.
            I am well aware of the historical muslim ethos of lies and deceit and abuses.

          • wildjew

            “My question was based on the pretend Wild and his/her assertion that President Trump would deal with muslim terrorists….”

            Are the so-called “Palestinians” and their leaders (Mahmoud Abbas, Khaled Mashal, etc.), Muslim terrorists or aren’t they?

          • JohnathanA

            Senseless, but you are writing your story and now we have a title.

          • IzlamIsTyranny

            Why would any US envoy be meeting w/a muslum despot? What’s the point?

          • JohnathanA

            No harm in talking!

          • wildjew

            There you have it. You outed yourself. Finally. Thank you.

          • JohnathanA

            More nonsense?
            You produce more comedy than the average comedian but you are not funny.

    • Amethyst_2012

      You have a very distorted view of the truth.

      • wildjew

        ‘US President Donald Trump has sent a message to Jerusalem saying that he intends to advance a plan for negotiations between Israel and the Palestinians “very soon,” Channel 2 News reports.

        As such, Jason Greenblatt, the representative for international negotiations by the president of the United States, will meet tomorrow with Palestinian Authority President (arch-terrorist) Mahmoud Abbas in Jordan at a meeting of the Arab League….

        http://www.timesofisrael.com/liveblog_entry/trump-tells-israel-he-plans-peace-push-very-soon-report/

        • IzlamIsTyranny

          Exactly, what is the point of negotiating w/lying muslum scum about Israel, Yerushalem or the West Bank? There is no point. The two-state “peace process” has been nothing but a lie ever since it was aborted.

          • wildjew

            That is what I am saying.

          • IzlamIsTyranny

            What’s sad is you were right about Mattis and people still defend this toad — because he was a Marine!

  • STQ

    Not sure Ryan is out of his depth…maybe he doesn’t WANT to repeal and do what needs to be done??

    • It’s not complicated.

      Probably right about that.
      .
      Why not just leave Ocare as-is but pass a law eliminating the individual and corporate mandates. AND, allow all insurers the ability to offer major medical policies with no government mandates, subsidies, etc. These could be dirt cheap. Let those who want an expensive Ocare policy buy it – let the po’ folk get their subsidy for Ocare. BUT let the rest of us get dirt cheap major medical insurance. This is not complicated.

  • soundclick.com/Globalfirm

    We need a global government that is dedicated to justice & not to Islam.
    Rollins College in Florida kicked out & defamed a student for speaking out against Islamic indoctrination. This is an intolerable situation.
    The deceptive pro-Islamic censorship from academia, Wikipedia & Facebook must be removed.
    # Free the Leavenworth 10, the Biafra-leader, the African slaves from Saudi Arabia to Mauritania…

    • Pray Hard

      OK, you can be queen.

    • IzlamIsTyranny

      You’re global government is a fantasy — just look at the UN.

  • rh2

    President Trump’s bad decisions are made on the advice of Jared Kushner. While Trump is a nationalist, Kushner is an open-border globalist -not a patriot as is Trump- the complete opposite of him. Trump knows this of course, so why is he listening to his son-in-law Kushner? ( The US Presidency is not a family business with everybody pitching in.) He’s probably the one who recommended notorious backstabber Ryan for the major task of scrapping and replacing Obamacare. No wonder the whole undertaking was doomed to failure right from the get-go! . . ..

    Trump needs to overhaul his cabinet, and get rid of everybody ( including family) who’s not on board with his MAGA agenda!

    • Amethyst_2012

      I’m sure Trump will do exactly that, but it doesn’t happen overnight, much as we would like it to.

  • Pray Hard

    Exactly.

  • Commieobamie

    Pam, Trump lost this one, but maybe he’s looking at WHAT REAL AMERICANS really want, REPEAL THE TOTAL obutholeCare law completely! Then make a rational law based on compassion and ….. wait for it….. REALITY!
    Only thing needed is No prior conditions can deny, and help for the United States citizens ( back up and check that prior three words) that can’t afford the costs., WHICH by the way was ALREADY the law of the land PRIOR to oBUTTboy.

  • I voted for Trump because he seemed like a lesser evil. Much lesser, yugely. He exceeded my expectations with the nomination of Gorsuch. Now, every time he tries to make another step towards socialism, I have to remind myself that I shouldn’t feel disappointment, shouldn’t expect much, as Trump is not a conservative, and never have been.

    • No Hitlery Rotten Crotch!!!!!

      Yeah, he beats Shitlery 8 days a week.

  • Rocinante44

    i don’t understand trump over the last month. i want him slashing and burning down the federal govt everyday like he said he would do, and to hell with congress. all he has to do is sign executive orders overturning every executive order signed by obola, a unilateral constitutional power he clearly has, and that alone would keep him busy for a year and heal the US. he’s turned into mush the last month. why?

    • balafama

      unfortunately u must live in lala land .there is a reason for our 3 tier division of political power ,trump cant just sign everything he pleases into law as much as we would love him to. he doesnt have unlimited constitutional powers.

      • Amethyst_2012

        Obama got away with unlimited constitutional powers.

    • Do what you said, Donald!

      He’s done it from day 1 in the campaign. I think at first he said Muslim ban. Then all he l l broke loose and he started saying “extreme vetting”, etc – he watered it down. He always said repeal Ocare, repeal Ocare, then it was repeal and replace, then it was “It will implode on it’s own.” It may implode but we will suffer every day until it does. He and Mr. Ryan need their asses kicked, HARD. It’s more Ryan’s fault than Donalds; but both cave easily – and Ryan may be a DemonRAT.
      I’m in full support of Trump but you’re right he’s mushy.

  • balafama

    my question is why do we need the federal govt and congress to pass healthcare bills . it should be left to the states . there is way too much dichotomy, corporate interests ,labor interests,identity politics etc to pass a satisfactory bill for all.any bill passed by the feds/congress will ”shaft” a certain segment of the population or interest group .in my opinion each state should produce a health bill suited to its population .there can be federal guidelines in certain aspects elitist republicans want small govt except when their interests are threatened, then they don’t want it .

  • Maranatha

    How is Steve Bannon helping there?

  • back off

    pamela you talk like a three year old, what happened?

  • jim

    It’s a cesspool No doubt! Drain it dredge It and dump it in the ocean. Fill it in and pave over it

  • VLParker

    If Trump keeps naming apologists for islam to key positions his presidency will fail. He will accomplish very little unless he drains the swamp first. Adding to the swamp isn’t draining it. He needs to replace Mattis and McMaster. He also needs to totally clean house at State, Justice, the CIA and the Pentagon. I’ve read a couple of stories, albeit from leftist sources, that said that Trump is going to reach out to Democrats on healthcare. If that is true he needs to realize that the Democrats are every bit as much an enemy of the US as Iran and South Korea and wants to undermine his presidency. And that they will stop at nothing.

  • bannedquran20

    Pamela, Your’e on the money when the topic is islam and their muslim zombies but you are 100% dead wrong concerning President Trump.. Pamela, we NEVER had a President with giggleberries since President Ronald Reagan!! That’s good enough for me and that’s the kind of leader our Republic needs. He may (I said may) go down as one of the greatest President in the history of our Nation!. Incidentally, he has many spitballs and curve balls that are unpredictable but yet it will benefit the American people…”America First” is a wake-up call for both friend and foe.alike. God Bless America, The Land of The Big PX and President Donald Trump!!

  • James Stamulis

    Trump is going after government leaders like mayors etc who refuse to cooperate with ICE in deporting illegal criminals and he just signed an executive order neutering the evil BLM from stealing Americans land and ignoring states rights. Like the other commentators here it has only been 2 months and lets not forget the rinos who are working with Obama and the democrats to stop Trump. There will be things he does i don’t like but he has already done more things i do like than anyone else that would have been elected and he is just getting started. I truly believe the Muslim Brotherhood’s days are numbered but it will take time for they have infiltrated every level of government by buying cowardly traitors in congress and Washington.

  • Harvey Wallbanger

    It’s just amazing the breadth of issues you opine on – with little to no expertise. Sure, you’ve been sort of good on Jihad (although your excesses are damning to folks who associate with you), but why on earth are you writing political analysis of domestic policies and commenting on Trump’s political operation? What on earth qualifies you to advise or comment on political strategy? This article is trite and silly, with little real insight. Just your thoughts after reading other articles. Did you interview anyone in the admin? Any new news? New POV? Nope, just blather.

    I’m an opponent of Islamists and of the right, but the number of taking heads babbling nonsense on the right is huge and it’s a big problem for the right.

    • IzlamIsTyranny

      What’s an “islamist” renob?

      • Harvey Wallbanger

        An Islamist is a revanchist Muslim who seeks to re-assert the caliphate and wants to live in a theocratic state. Shitbird.

        • IzlamIsTyranny

          LOL, how do you explain away the fact ALL muslum states enforce islamic blasphemy and heresy laws dimbulb? Is that not theocratic?
          Islamist is a BS neologism invented by the same f’ing muslums that brought us “islamophobia”.

          • Harvey Wallbanger

            You are bizarre and kind of stupid. Move on, nothing interesting to do here.

  • David Stephenson

    Definitely way past time to get the Obama zombies out of government positions.

  • iprazhm

    To understand why Obamacare must be repealed and NOT replaced, listen to KrisAnn Hall Constitutional expert/instructor, lawyer, judge and disabled US verteran explain why here; https://youtu.be/dt-EQI551Sc

  • wildjew

    Will President Trump succeed? Will he have God’s blessings?

    ‘Trump’s message’

    US President asks Alan Dershowitz to deliver message to Netanyahu: Peace with Israel’s Arab neighbors is possible today,

    http://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/227475

    US President Donald Trump conveyed a message to Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu through world-renowned Attorney Alan Dershowitz, Haaretz reported Wednesday evening.

    An Israeli source told Haaretz that Dershowitz delivered the message to the Prime Minister in a phone call last week, after meeting the President by chance at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago club in southern Florida.

    Trump and Dershowitz spoke for over 20 minutes.

    Dershowitz told Haaretz that one of the subjects they discussed was the Arab-Israeli peace process. Trump said that he knew of Dershowitz’s friendship with Netanyahu and how highly the Prime Minister values his advice. He therefore asked Dershowitz to convey his message to Netanyahu.

    “The president told me he loves Israel and likes Netanyahu and said a few times he wants to get a deal between Israel and the Palestinians,” Dershowitz said….

    “And a wolf shall live with a lamb, and a leopard shall lie with a kid; and a calf and a lion cub and a fatling shall lie together, and a small child shall lead them….”

  • Rob Porter

    Couldn’t agree more with Pamela. As I’ve said on at least two occasions, the Republicans are plagued by too many gutless wonder Congresspeople. From the outset Paul Ryan has been luke warm, a total dead loss. No wonder the Democrats would like to see him replace Nunes as head of the Intelligence Committee. He’s a walkover for them and possibly more on their side than his own party. There are too few Trey Gowdys, Jason Chaffetzs, Rand Pauls, Senator Collins and a few others. Rand Paul didn’t start out gungho on Trump, but once Trump had won he’s supported him where he could. He had questions on the healthcare bill and maybe for good reason. My bet is that his lack of support had sound basis.

    As to Mattis, McMaster, and the now discredited Jim Comey, what are they doing there? Why are they still there?

    Maybe Trump is not sufficiently ruthless! The swamp is dragging down his presidency and the alternatives are too ghastly to contemplate. In fact, once again America stands of the brink of a mess that could degenerate into a total shambles if Trump does not wake up to the threats facing him and act with ruthless decisiveness.

  • solange9

    Please, when you use an abbreviation for the first time, like RINO, please spell it out in its entirety for those of us who may not know for what it stands. Thank you.

  • solange9

    Trump is up against more than just the Democrats and the RINO’s. He is up against their wealthy and powerful bosses, the globalists. Fortunately/unfortunately, we supposedly have checks and balances in out government, but anyone who is awake knows that things do not work how they are supposed to. Trump knew this going in. Like you, I hope he can overcome the obstacles put in front of him and get on with the business of draining that swamp.

  • Rachel Pancake Corrie

    I dont think he has the faintest idea of how to govern

  • itchy

    You can not turn back 40 years of gutless political brainwashing in 100 days, If people are bending at the knees already then you should stand with the weak. Geez!!!!. Look what TRUMP is up against,,,, He himself a political outsider against all the odds won the right to run the USA and it will take time to set up all the swamps bottom feeders. The fact he is still at the helm is amazing to say the least. He just has to just wait til he knows who he can trust and those who are behind him, then he can put the elites on the world order payroll in the cross hairs. More pedos arrested in 3 months that bareback obumba arrested in 8 years, This is a great start…………

  • unknown

    This was the headline that completely destroys what Ms. Geller has been saying for all these years

  • Trump Rules

    Winning !

  • Erwin Vasily

    Publishing opinions about uncompleted actions, leaves Geller open to suspect. Obviously done for more headlines, and to draw attraction to your page, It is not much more than just an advertising gimmick. The jury is still out about Health Care. As you well know, Pamela, the Speaker pulled his ‘own’ RyanCare plan he was forcing down the throats of his colleagues. Just like the DEMON-craps did for ObamaCare: pass ObamaCare without reading it so you can find out what is in it. Well, what was in it was the politicians were exempt from ObamaCare.
    Step aside from promoting your blog and be ‘straight’ with the American public, some of who may continue to follow you.

  • geoh777

    “Drain the swamp” is to trump as “my Christian faith” was to obama.
    .

  • Y@mailinator.com

    It’s chess not checkers. I’m like really worried I’ll never get another set of draw mohammod stickers or that draw mohammod coffee mug for myself. What happened to the store? Bring the store back please. The draw mohammod sticker looks great on my fridge, that pic looks great on my tshirt, and I did mail the postcard. Now like, I need more please. Just don’t run it through etsy and it will be easier to manage. Run a private store linked through paypal, it’s simple, and much less room for censorship to happen because a libtard disagrees with the product.

    • Y@mailinator.com

      Oh I see there is a donate button now…. Like I tell all the other grassroots and small scale operations out there; I’m not giving money away and must have at least a bumper sticker or product or I’m not getting the wallet out.

  • Ron Cole

    Deposing Rino Ryan, Senileturds McTrutle and McShame and its co-conspirators musr precede draing the fetid swamp.
    In fact that would probably be half of the War. https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/5d622e89cd92b1ac89032e6665eb8a91549ed89b3097e50276547686af2d36cf.jpg

  • Ron Cole

    Pamela we are all grateful to you for exposing the enemy and enema’propagandist.

    However from reading comments on your site I think that most of your readers and fans think President Trump is fighting the good fight inspite of congress, those bureau`rats, lobbyist, and the feral nasty raw sewerage field oft called the swamp.

    Kindly dig in to the rino ryan/ nanny pilosi conjoined twins conspiracy and why the sewer vermin are coluding to destroy the Constitution and America.

    Drain the sewer and fumigate it.
    Start all over with American Patriots.

  • Evil Gandhi

    Trump needs the wall more than a healthcare bill. Not that repealing obamacare isn’t important. It is extremely apparent however, that the wall has not been Trump’s #1 priority.

    That NEEDS to change. No healthcare system known to man can save this country if we don’t get it, and soon.

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