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« on: July 25, 2017, 11:51:56 pm »


from The Washington Post....

From ‘fake media’ to Clinton, Trump brings
political attacks to the Scout Jamboree


By JON WAGNER and JENNA JOHNSON | 9:32PM EDT - Monday, July 24, 2017

President Trump waves after delivering remarks at the 2017 National Scout Jamboree in West Virginia on Monday. — Photograph: Carlos Barria/Reuters.
President Trump waves after delivering remarks at the 2017 National Scout Jamboree in West Virginia on Monday.
 — Photograph: Carlos Barria/Reuters.


AHEAD OF President Trump's appearance on Monday at the National Scout Jamboree in West Virginia, the troops were offered some advice on the gathering's official blog: Fully hydrate. Be “courteous” and “kind”. And avoid the kind of divisive chants heard during the 2016 campaign such as “build the wall” and “lock her up”

But from the moment he took the stage, Trump — who was never a Scout himself but touted his role as the “honorary president of the Boy Scouts of America” — started leading them down a very different path.

Over the next 35 minutes, the president threatened to fire one of his Cabinet members, attacked former president Barack Obama, dissed his former rival Hillary Clinton, marveled at the size of the crowd, warned the boys about the “fake media”, mocked pollsters and pundits, and said more people would say “Merry Christmas” under his presidency. He also told a rambling tale about a famous, now-deceased home builder that meandered from a Manhattan cocktail party to a yacht and then to places that the president would only allow the boys' imaginations to go.

The speech was, in fact, very much like the rally speeches that Trump gave across the country last year, although he sprinkled in some pieces of inspirational advice (“Do something you love”) and reflections on Boy Scout values (“We could really use some more loyalty, I will tell you that.”).

Trump was joined by former Scouts who serve in his Cabinet, including Energy Secretary Rick Perry and Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke. The latter wore a Scouting outfit for the occasion. “Ryan is an Eagle Scout from Big Sky country in Montana,” Trump relayed.

As the president's speech continued, Perry appeared to grow bored as he stood behind Trump, chatting with others, flipping through a book and then filming a video of the crowd. Not invited on the adventure: Attorney General Jeff Sessions, an Eagle Scout whose day job appears in jeopardy in Washington.

Trump began the official address, delivered from a lectern with the presidential seal, by pledging to talk about things loftier than politics.

“Tonight we put aside all of the policy fights in Washington, D.C., you've been hearing about with the fake news,” the president told the crowd of Scouts and volunteers gathered in Glen Jean, West Virginia. “Who the hell wants to speak about politics when I'm in front of the Boy Scouts?”

But before long, Trump dived into the politics of the Republican health-care bill, which could die if it doesn't clear a key procedural vote on Tuesday. Trump pointed to Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price, who has been tasked with selling the legislation.

“Hopefully he's going to get the votes tomorrow,” Trump said, emphasizing the importance of overhauling the Affordable Care Act, which he called “this horrible thing that's really hurting us.”

As chants of “USA! USA!” broke out, Trump asked Price: “By the way, are you going to get the votes? You better get the votes. Otherwise, I'll say, ‘Tom, you're fired’.”

Trump also slipped in a reference to Senator Shelley Moore Capito of West Virginia, one of the Republican holdouts on moving forward with the bill, which would leave up to 22 million fewer Americans with health insurance by 2026, according to estimates.

“You better get Senator Capito to vote for it,” the president told Price.

Seemingly returning to the teleprompters, Trump pivoted to another subject.

“Boy Scout values are American values,” the president said. “And great Boy Scouts become great, great Americans. As the Scout law says, a Scout is trustworthy, loyal — we could use some more loyalty, I will tell you that.”


President Trump was joined by, from left, Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price, Energy Secretary Rick Perry and Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke as he spoke at the 2017 National Scout Jamboree in Glen Jean, West Virginia, on Monday. — Photograph: Carolyn Kaster/Associated Press.
President Trump was joined by, from left, Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price, Energy Secretary Rick Perry
and Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke as he spoke at the 2017 National Scout Jamboree in Glen Jean, West Virginia,
on Monday. — Photograph: Carolyn Kaster/Associated Press.


It wasn't clear what Trump was referencing. Perhaps it was fellow members of his party refusing to vote for health-care legislation. Perhaps it was Sessions, whom earlier in the day Trump had called “beleaguered” in a tweet. Trump harshly criticized Sessions last week for recusing himself from investigations involving Russian interference in the 2016 election.

The Boy Scouts then chanted the 10 other words that make up the Boy Scout Law: “Helpful, friendly, courteous, kind, obedient, cheerful, thrifty, brave, clean and reverent.” On the stage behind Trump, Zinke and Perry stood at attention and held their right hands up in the Boy Scout salute. Trump smiled.

“Very good,” he told the boys. “Very good.”

At another point, Trump marveled at the more than 30,000 Scouts who had gathered for the Jamboree, although he acted as if they were there just for him and not for a regular event attended by seven other presidents.

“What do you think the chances are that this incredible, massive crowd, record-setting, is going to be shown on television tonight? One percent or zero,” Trump said as the Scouts yelled out answers and “CNN!” “The fake media will say … ‘President Trump spoke before a small crowd of Boy Scouts today’. That is some crowd. Fake media! Fake news!”

As Trump told the Scouts that they should spend their adult years doing something that they love to do, someone in the crowd shouted that he loved the president.

“I love you, too,” Trump said, before jumping into a monologue on love between males. “I don't know, it's a nice guy. Hey, what am I going to do, he sounds like a nice person. He. He, he, he. Thank you. I do, I do love you.”

The boys laughed and then seemed to chant something that sounded like: “We love Trump! We love Trump!”  Trump smiled and applauded them, then said: “By the way, just a question, did President Obama ever come to a Jamboree?”

“Nooooo!” the boys roared back in a sound that seemed to turn into booing, apparently not giving Obama credit for sending a video message to the 2010 Jamboree.

Before the gathering, the Scouts were told on the Jamboree's blog that it would be inappropriate to behave as though they were at a campaign rally.

Such behavior, the blog said, “is considered divisive by many members of our audience and may cause unnecessary friction between individuals and units…. Please help us ensure that all Scouts can enjoy this historical address by making sure that your troop members are respectful not only of the president, but of the wide variety of viewpoints held by Scouts and Scouters in the audience tonight.”

Before departing, Trump took time to relive last year's election, chiding Clinton for not working hard enough in several Midwestern states. He recalled the “massive” crowds he drew in Wisconsin, a state that a Republican presidential candidate hadn't won in “many, many years.”

“Michigan came in — and we worked hard there. You know, my opponent didn't work hard there. She was told she was going to win Michigan and I said, ‘Wait a minute, the car industry is going to move to Mexico’.”

“Boooo!” the boys roared.


• John Wagner is a national political reporter covering the White House for The Washington Post.

• Jenna Johnson is a political reporter who covers the White House for The Washington Post. She spent more than a year writing about Donald Trump's presidential campaign, traveling to 35 states to attend more than 170 political rallies and interview hundreds of Trump supporters.

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« Reply #1 on: July 26, 2017, 03:01:15 am »

Yes, it's good to see the US president supporting the scout movement....did you make it out of the cubs😜
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« Reply #2 on: July 26, 2017, 09:30:53 am »


Naturally, Donald Trump wasn't a scout himself because he was too STUPID when he was little.

Just like he wasn't a serving member of the US military, because he was basically a gutless coward and still is.
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« Reply #3 on: July 26, 2017, 01:49:12 pm »


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"Just like he wasn't a serving member of the US military, because he was basically a gutless coward and still is."

.....so how long did you serve in the NZ military....or are you a gutless coward🙄
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« Reply #4 on: July 27, 2017, 01:08:13 am »


I don't pretend to be a military hero like Trump does.

But then again, I guess you're too STUPID to understand the difference.

After all, you worship Trump, which PROVES your STUPIDITY.
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« Reply #5 on: July 27, 2017, 01:08:29 am »



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« Reply #6 on: July 27, 2017, 03:57:34 am »

...so you admit not having served in the NZ military and therefore by your own standards are gutless coward🙄.....prerequisite for a state rail employee no doubt....

...really living life on the edge eh....in a state cradle to grave  troughing bludger job...😜
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« Reply #7 on: July 27, 2017, 11:39:30 am »


A gutless coward is one who preaches warmongering (as Donald Trump does), yet who has never served in his county's military.

Donald Trump loves sucking up to the American military while ra-ra-ra-ing macho bullshit, yet when his military called him up to serve during the Vietnam war, he got his rich daddy to get him out of serving. Therefore he is a gutless cunt coward who is prepared to send young men and women to their deaths in war, but who shirked serving when he was called upon. A HYPOCRITE. Somebody right up your alley.
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« Reply #8 on: July 27, 2017, 01:23:29 pm »

...no..you said..

" he wasn't a serving member of the US military, because he was basically a gutless coward and still is."

That makes you a gutless coward by your own standard, and a hypocrite🙄

But I guess for a person who has lived off the state their whole life is not exactly "living on the edge"😄
....not really like being in the real world...you gotta get out more..

Nice day here more my trip to Koh Samui today😜
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