"Oh Yeah, 100 Percent" - Trump Tells Republican He'll Release The Memo

After what even the mainstream-est of mainstream media admitted under duress was a solid SOTU address...

Nearly half of those who watched President Trump's State of the Union address on Tuesday reacted "very" positively to the speech, according to a snap CNN/SSRS poll.

According to that survey, the results of which were announced on-air on CNN, 48 percent of respondents said they had a "very positive" reaction to the speech — Trump's first since taking office. Only 22 percent said they had a "somewhat positive" reaction to the speech, while 29 percent reacted negatively.

Sixty-two percent of respondents said that the policies outlined by the president on Tuesday would move the country in the right direction, according to the CNN/SSRS poll. By comparison, 35 percent said they would move it in the wrong direction.

Which was followed by the exact opposite from The Democratic Party's official response...

It appears President Trump has managed to set another narrative as he left the House Chamber.

As Trump shook hands up the aisle after his SOTU address, Rep. Jeff Duncan called out to Trump, asking him "Let's release the memo," referring to the House Intelligence Committee’s FISA memo.

As the following clip shows, Trump responded instantly: "Oh yeah, don’t worry, 100%.

So that seems pretty clear.

As The Hill notes, Republican members of the committee said on Tuesday that they are working on a transcript of the closed-door vote and will release it when its finished. 

CBS News reported on Tuesday that representatives from the FBI, DOJ, National Security Agency and Office of the Director of National Intelligence are reviewing it.

Rep. Trey Gowdy said this week on Fox that the memo is “embarrassing” to Democrats. Gowdy said:

My Democratic colleagues didn’t want us to find this information. They did everything they could to keep us from finding this information. I think it will be embarrassing to Adam Schiff once people realize the extent to which he went to keep them from learning any of this. That would be the embarrassment…. if it were up to Adam Schiff, you wouldn’t know about Hillary Clinton’s email. You wouldn’t know about the server. You wouldn’t know about the dossier. I do find it ironic that he has his own memo right now because if it were up to him, we wouldn’t know any of it.

Is it any wonder Nancy Pelosi was making faces...



nmewn Got The Wrong No Wed, 01/31/2018 - 05:39 Permalink

Nancy Pelosi rolling her dentures around in her mouth, Schumer slouching lecherously in his chair like some old pervert on a park bench and kid Kennedy's ever present spittle in the corner of his mouth trying vainly to rebut what was a fantastic speech.

Here let me give you that profile shot again...I look like a soaring eagle don't I? ;-)

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CoolHandLuke frontierland Wed, 01/31/2018 - 08:29 Permalink

There is no economically viable "clean coal" until the definition of "clean" changes to exclude CO2 sequestration which is idiotic, ineffective for what it's intended to do, and makes coal too expensive to use.

We need to pump that CO2 into the atmosphere to increase our crop yields and make the Earth greener. These fucktards have it all backwards.

CO2 sequestration/Carbon credits was a globalist scheme hatched by Rothschild and introduced at the 1992 Earth summit in Rio with the main goal of the globalists skimming off the top while controlling carbon credits, SDRs, and thus nations' money supplies via the IMF.

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DCFusor gatorengineer Wed, 01/31/2018 - 08:25 Permalink

He only said he stopped the war against clean coal.  I was laughing my ass off.  There was never a need for a war against something that never existed and is unlikely to ever exist.  Coal isn't going to be clean, ever, unless you spend more energy cleaning it up than it gives you burning it.  Zero of the schemes proposed in the science literature promise that outcome, none of the attempts have actually worked...there is no such thing as clean coal.

The solar panel tarriff isn't exactly a subsidy unless you think backwards.

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zorba THE GREEK Cash Is King Wed, 01/31/2018 - 01:46 Permalink

I think it could hit 80 and bounce back a bit because they will try to defend it at 80. Whether it tries to retest 80 to the down side depends on a lot of things including other countries acting to weaken their currencies to compete with the dollar in the world markets. With the dollar going down rising bond rates compound the losses incurred by holding treasuries, because the price of the bond goes down and the value of the dollar causing greater loses. At some point, countries will start aggressively selling treasuries, putting more upward pressure on rates, which in turn, will cause a drop in the stock market. I don't believe the Fed has the answer to this problem at this point.

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vaft PrezTrump Wed, 01/31/2018 - 10:21 Permalink

The next words out of Trump's mouth are laughter "Can you imagine that? ... He'd be too angry." How does anyone interpret that as an affirmative for releasing the memo? It tells me the exact opposite; i.e. his response is to *imagine* releasing the memo.


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