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President Trump Signs Know the Lowest Price Act and Patients Right to Know Drug Prices Act

 

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President Donald J. Trump participates in a Signing Ceremony for S. 2553 – Know the Lowest Price Act and S. 2554 – Patients Right to Know Drug Prices Act at the White House Wednesday, October 10, 2018.

 

President Trump at Signing of S. 2553, Know the Lowest Price Act, and S. 2554, Patient Right to Know Drug Price Act

White House Roosevelt Room

1:49 P.M. EDT

 

PRESIDENT TRUMP: “Well, thank you very much everybody. This is a very important day for our country in a lot of ways. But before we begin, we have another important subject. I want to give an update on the really devastating storm bearing down on Florida. It’s moving rapidly, and it’s at a very high level. Some are saying it’s one of the biggest storms ever to hit our country.

It built very rapidly, very quickly. And I’ve just concluded a briefing with the Secretary of Homeland Security and the Administrator of FEMA, and we are watching Hurricane Michael. It’s just hitting shore now. Winds are going up to close to 200 miles an hour. You don’t hear about that. Category 4 — you don’t hear about that.

This is the most powerful recorded storm to strike the Florida Panhandle ever, and it will bring with it anywhere from 150-mile to almost 200-mile-an-hour winds. The storm surges could be up to 15 feet. Additional rainfall could also produce flash flooding at the highest levels.

We’ve been in constant communications with Governor Rick Scott of Florida and with all of the authorities in the various states. We’re very well prepared for it. Massive amounts of food and we have first responders all over. The electrical companies are staged and ready to go in immediately after the storm leaves. Thousands of people, hundreds of trucks — actually, over a thousand trucks.

So we have large amounts of food and water and everything else that you need. And that will go — immediately be rushed in as the storm leaves.

Federal resources are on the ground at every level. And so we are absolutely ready. It’s a top priority, and the single top priority is the saving of life. We have moved a lot of people off the area and out of the path of the storm, but people remain; some people just don’t want to go. And we have no choice but to let them stay.

It’s going to be a big one. The winds are going to be so tremendous. This will be a lot of water, but this will be tremendous wind. And a lot of those houses aren’t built for winds like that. We haven’t seen winds like that.

Florida and Georgia will bear the brunt of the storm. However, Hurricane Michael, as it’s called, is expected to bring very, very considerable rainfall to North and South Carolina, in addition. And I just left there, and they — they had a tremendous storm, as you know — Florence. And that was a heavy water storm. More so than the wind, it was the water. And now, unfortunately, North and South Carolina are going to be getting some additional water as it dries out, and here comes some more water.

So it’s a tough situation. But we’re with them. We’re with Georgia. We’re with Florida. We’re with Alabama. Everybody that’s going to be hit, we have covered. And I just say God bless everyone because it’s going to be a rough one. It’s going to be a very dangerous one.

My administration will continue to provide updates and information as it becomes available.

We are — we’re here today on a very different subject, and that’s the issue of, really, to me, vital importance; it’s been from day one of the administration. It’s the wellbeing of every American. The price of prescription drugs — it’s way out of whack. It’s way too high. I’ve been talking about it for a long time, long before I ever decided to run for President.

You look at prices in our country, and for the exact same drug, in other countries, it’s much lower. Exact same — made in the same plant by the same company. And I said, “What’s going on?” We have middleman problems. We have a lot of other problems. Well, we’re ending many of those problems today. And we’re going to end them.

Based on what we’re signing today — two bills — we’ll be able to do additional things, Mr. Secretary, over the coming, actually, months — as opposed to years. And we’re going to see drug prices not only not go up, but come down.

So today, I am thrilled to sign two bills that will lower the cost of prescription drugs. It’s the Know the Lowest Price Act of 2018 and the Patient Right to Know Drug Prices Act. And, obviously, based on the name, you can tell that this gives people knowledge as to prices at different locations — where to buy the drugs. That will have an immediate impact, too.

It’s called the law of supply of demand. Pretty simple. But we didn’t have that. They didn’t want to have that. A lot of people didn’t want to have that. But now we have it, and it’s going to really drive prices.

Earlier this year, I released our drug pricing blueprint, setting out a new agenda to drive down the drug prices for all Americans. Within a week of announcing the blueprint, my administration began to crack down on so-called “gag clauses” in Medicare Part D plans. You all know what that is. These clauses prevent pharmacists from telling patients about more affordable options for prescription drugs.

Today, Congress is building on my administration’s actions with legislation — very strong legislation — to completely end these unjust gag clauses once and for all. Our great citizens deserve to know the lowest price available at our pharmacies, and now that is what they will be getting. They’ll be able to see pricing. They’ll be able to see where they should go. And as they start leaving certain pharmacies, those pharmacies will be dropping their prices.

I’d like to thank Senator Susan Collins for her incredible leadership on this legislation. And I haven’t seen you in a few days. (Laughter.) I want to also thank you for some of the most beautiful words. It was incredible. Admired by everybody. Thank you, Susan. Really amazing. Thank you very much.

And I would also like to recognize Senator Lamar Alexander, my friend; Senator Bill Cassidy, my friend; Senator Debbie Stabenow, who I don’t know, but someday she’ll be a friend. (Laughter.) And somebody that’s really worked hard — I’ve heard this for a long time — Representative Buddy Carter. Really worked — thank you, Buddy.

Also, of course, I’d like to thank Secretary of Health and Human Services Alex Azar. Extraordinary person. And he knows the industry better than anybody because he was very successful in the industry.

Only 100 days after releasing my drug pricing blueprint, 15 drug companies reduced their list prices, rolled back price increases, or froze their prices for the rest of the year. And I think you probably remember a month ago when I called — at the request of Alex Azar, I called Pfizer, Novartis, a couple of others. And they had announced drug price increases — fairly substantial. And I said, “Can’t do that. Can’t do that. We’re going down. We’re not going up.”

And that’s probably when I first realized the power of presidency because they all ended that increase. (Laughter.) You saw that, Bill. You’ve never seen that one before.

But they all said, “Sir, we’re not going to increase.” And they put out notices that the increase will not take effect. And I said, “Boy, this is a powerful position.” (Laughter.)

But it was really at the behest of the Secretary. And we’ve kept them down, but we’re now going to watch them go actually down.

We’ve increased competition and reduced regulations to deliver medicine to patients faster and cheaper.

We’ve massively sped up the FDA approval process. Last year, the FDA approved more than 1,000 low-cost generics — the most in its history; never done anything like that — saving America almost $9 billion in the first year of my administration. It’s a very important thing for us. And I can tell you, this has been a priority from day one.

We took action to stop hospitals from overcharging seniors on Medicare, which will save them hundreds of millions of dollars on drug payments in this year alone.

We’ve given Medicare Part D plans new tools to negotiate lower prices for more drugs. Thanks to our actions to increase competition and drive down costs, average Medicare Part D premiums will start to substantially decline for the second year in a row. We’ve already gotten it down a lot, but now it’s going to go down with what we’re doing today and what we’ve done over the last couple of months.

Further, I’ve directed my administration to confront the global freeloading of U.S. taxpayers. Foreign countries extort lower prices from U.S. drug-makers for their citizens, subsidized by higher cost prices for American citizens. All research and development and everything is borne by our country, and other countries are not asked to, you know, pick up their fair share. It’s called “welcome to the game.” Because on — whether it’s trade or military or so many other things, they do the same thing. But it will all stop.

We are also taking dramatic action to make health insurance more affordable. We’re allowing Americans to pool their resources to buy better healthcare for less money through association health plans. And that’s really taken off. And they’re getting tremendous deals — actually, even lower than we thought. It’s a beautiful thing to see.

And we’ve expanded access to short-term plans to provide coverage options at just a fraction of the cost of Obamacare. Much less money.

For example, according to E-Health, the average lowest premium for an Obamacare plan for a 40-year old woman is about $4,200 per year. By contrast, the average lowest premium for short-term coverage for this individual is about $1,300 a year — a savings of $3,000. And I would say most people would say it would be better. So it’s much less money, and it’s better. And people are signing up very rapidly, as we see.

We’ve also ended the unfair individual mandate penalty, which punished Americans because they didn’t want to pay a fortune for the Obamacare disaster. It was one of the worst things. People are paying a lot of money for the privilege of not paying a lot of money for bad healthcare. And we’ve ended it. It was the most unpopular thing within Obamacare.

And thanks to our actions today — all of us, every one of us here — for the first time since Obamacare went into effect, average premiums on the exchanges are coming down. Through good management and lots of other things, we’re keeping the premiums down.

We’re strongly protecting Americans with preexisting conditions. That’s a very important thing to Republicans — preexisting conditions. We are protecting Americans with preexisting conditions.

In less than two years, we have taken unprecedented action to make healthcare more affordable and to give patients more choice and more control.

The American people deserve a healthcare system that works for them, not one that takes advantage of them — and that’s what been happening. But we’re changing that rapidly.

Along with a very Republican Congress, I am delivering on my promise to lower drug prices. And I really do believe Democrats want to do that too, very much. I’ve spoken to many of them, and they want to see that happen, too. Debbie, I can tell you: They want to see it happen. Okay? I can’t put you in a position where you want — you want them to go down too.

SENATOR STABENOW: (Inaudible.)

THE PRESIDENT: We all do. If there’s anything bipartisan, it’s lowering drug prices.

Lower premiums — we’re making healthcare really affordable and making it great. And it’s affecting all Americans.

So tremendous progress has been made. But where we’re making very obvious progress, and you can see it, is we are reducing prescription drugs and the cost of prescription drugs.

So I want to thank all of the folks behind me and aside me. We have the great Larry Kudlow, whose voice is so beautiful. For so many years, I’ve listened. And now he’s working with us. And every time I hear those beautiful words — and they have been beautiful.

The economy, Larry, how is it doing?

MR. KUDLOW: Couldn’t be better.

THE PRESIDENT: Good. Good. (Laughter.) Good. It is doing well. Thank you. (Applause.) I’m going to sign this now. Thank you.

I’d like to ask the Secretary just to say a few words on the actual pricing itself. Okay? Thank you.”

 

SECRETARY AZAR: “Well, that you very much, Mr. President. And I just want to echo the President’s gratitude to the members of Congress and the Senate for passing these two very important pieces of legislation that end pharmacy gag practices.

You know, what that’s about is preventing a patient from knowing they could pay less for drugs. And now we’re giving patients the right to know. You can ask your pharmacist, “Could I pay less for this medicine than what my insurance is going to make me pay?” And that’s an important right.

And it shows that, with drug pricing, it’s one of the areas where we can really work in a bipartisan way because there is significant consensus we’ve got to get drug prices down.

And thanks to the President’s leadership, we’ve already taken major action since the President rolled out his blueprint, brought competition and negotiation for the first time ever to an important part of the Medicare program. We’re creating a pathway for importation of drugs to relieve exorbitant price increases of generic drugs and other branded, sole-source drugs here in the United States that are off-patent.

And he’s also brought increased competition through generic approvals and historic levels, and ended gaming by branded companies to prevent the entrance of new generic drugs. And more on that coming soon.

And this is just the tip of the iceberg. In the weeks and months ahead, we have got so much more coming, in terms of regulatory action to bring down the price of drugs in this country.

And the President is adamant about that. We’re going to deliver on that. And it’s all coming to a theater near you. And thank you very much, Mr. President, for your leadership here.”

 

PRESIDENT TRUMP: “Thank you very much.”

 

SECRETARY AZAR: “Thank you.”

 

PRESIDENT TRUMP: “Thank you very much. It’s been long in the making.”

 

(The bills are signed.) (Applause.)

“Okay. That’s a big — that’s a big thing.” (Applause.)

 

QUESTION: “Mr. President, given the gravity of the storm, do you think it’s appropriate to go on a campaign trip tonight, sir?”

 

PRESIDENT TRUMP: “Well, I hear they have thousands of people lined up, and so we are in a little bit of a quagmire. I don’t want to disappoint people. They’ve gotten there — some people were saying that they got there last night. I believe it starts at about 7 o’clock — going to Pennsylvania.

So we’ll probably go. Because what are you going to do? Tell thousands of people that have been waiting there all night that we’re not coming? That’s not fair either. So it’s a very —

But we have our — it’s a very difficult situation, actually. We have our people ready. We are really ready in Florida, and, frankly, Georgia, Alabama, North Carolina, South Carolina. We’re very ready. And I think it’ll be just fine.

But I can’t tell thousands of people that have been waiting — some of whom got there literally last night, in order to be and get into an arena at 7 o’clock. It’s hard to tell them, “By the way, you’ve been waiting all day. Go home.” That’s not nice, either.

I’m going to give some pens out. Come on over here, Carter. (Laughter and applause.) Lamar, thank you very much. And we have a few — come on over here, Mr. Secretary. Who’s back here? He deserves it, huh? (Applause.)

Everybody all set over here? Thank you all very much. Appreciate it. (Applause.)

 

QUESTION: Mr. President, did you speak to the Saudi Crown Prince, sir? Or only staff?

 

PRESIDENT TRUMP: “We’re going to have a comment on that very soon. And we are very disappointed to see what’s going on. We don’t like it. We don’t like it at all. And we’re going to get to the bottom of it. Thank you very much. Thank you, folks. (Applause.)


 

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WASHINGTON DC – President Donald J. Trump of the United States of America Hosts Rally in Council Bluffs, Iowa – Tuesday October 9, 2018, following Ambassador Nikki Haley’s resignation.


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WASHINGTON DC – President Donald J. Trump receives his intelligence briefing at the White House Oval Office at 11:30 AM EDT. President Donald J. Trump then has lunch with the Secretary of State in the White House Private Dining Room at 12:30 AM. President Donald J. Trump departs the White House en route to Joint Base Andrews at the White House South Lawn at 3:25 PM.President Trump then arrives at Joint Base Andrews at Joint Base Andrews in Prince Georges, Maryland at 3:35 PM to depart the Washington, D.C. region, en route to Omaha, NE at 3:45 PM. President Trump then arrives at Eppley Airfield, Omaha, NE at 5:20 PM CDT to then depart Omaha, NE, en route to Council Bluffs, IA at 5:30 PM. President Trump arrives at Mid-America Center in Council Bluffs, IA at 5:45 PM to deliver remarks at the Make America Great Again Rally at 6:30 PM. President Trump then departs Council Bluffs, IA, en route to Omaha, NE at 7:35 PM and arrives at Eppley Airfield in Omaha, NE at 7:50 PM. President Trump departs Omaha, NE, en route to Washington, D.C. at 8:00 PM and arrives at Joint Base Andrews in Prince Georges, Maryland at 11:15 PM EDT. President Trump departs Joint Base Andrews en route to the White House in Washington, DC at 11:25 PM EDT. President Trump arrives at the White House South Lawn in Washington, DC, USA at 11:35 PM.

 

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The White House Oval Office

10:35 A.M. EDT

Remarks of President Trump in Meeting with U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, Nikki Haley

 

 

 

THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA DONALD J. TRUMP: “Okay, well, thank you very much everyone. Before we begin, I’ll just say that we’re very well prepared for the incoming hurricane. We have another coming. So we’ve done very well — North Carolina, South Carolina, Texas, Florida, Puerto Rico –so many places.

And we have another one coming, and a big one — much bigger than they anticipated a week ago, seven days ago. I heard, for the first time, there was a very small drop of weather that looked like it was forming. And now, it’s pretty close to a Category 3, if it’s not already a Category 3.

So we are very well prepared. FEMA is ready. We’re all ready. I spoke with Governor Scott, spoke to everybody that you have to speak to. And I think that hopefully we’ll get lucky, but maybe that won’t happen. But we’re prepared.

I wanted to do this because Nikki Haley, Ambassador to the United Nations, has been very special to me. She’s done an incredible job. She’s a fantastic person, very importantly — but she also is somebody that gets it. She has been at the United Nations from the beginning with us — right from the beginning — and worked with us on the campaign. It’s been really a long time — very intense.

And she told me — probably six months ago, she said, “You know, maybe at the end of the year — at the end of a two-year period, but the end of the year — I want to take a little time off. I want to take a little break.”

She’s been a very successful, as you know, governor of South Carolina for eight years. And then she did this, and this is possibly even more intense —”

 

AMBASSADOR HALEY: “Yes.”

 

PRESIDENT TRUMP: “— with what’s going on in the world, and very dangerous, and a lot of things.

But she’s done a fantastic job, and we’ve done a fantastic job together. We’ve solved a lot of problems, and we’re in the process of solving a lot of problems. At the beginning, North Korea was a massive problem, and now we’re moving along. It’s moving along really nicely.

I can speak for Secretary of State Mike Pompeo — he thinks the world of Nikki. And so we’re all — we’re all happy for you, in one way, but we hate to — you’ll — hopefully, you’ll be coming back at some point.”

 

AMBASSADOR HALEY: (Laughs.)

 

PRESIDENT TRUMP: “But you want to just — in maybe a different capacity. You can have your pick.

But I just wanted to let you know — so at the end of the year, Nikki will be leaving. And we’ll be in constant touch, I know that. Whenever you have any ideas, you’re going to call me —”

 

AMBASSADOR HALEY: “Yes.”

 

PRESIDENT TRUMP: “— because you know all the players.

And that was really the thing I think she did best at the United Nations; she got to know the players. She got to know China, Russia, India. She knows everybody on a very first-name basis. And they like her — except for maybe a couple, which is normal, right?”

 

AMBASSADOR HALEY: (Laughs.)

 

PRESIDENT TRUMP: “They can’t all like you. But they do; they really like her. And I think, maybe more importantly, they respect her.

So, Nikki, I just wanted to tell you that we will miss you. We’ll be speaking all the time, but we will miss you nevertheless. And you have done a fantastic job. And I want to thank you very much.”

 

AMBASSADOR HALEY: Thank you. Thank you very much. Thank you.

Well, I want to say — first of all, I want to thank the President for just, you know, allowing us to come out and talk to you this way. It has been an honor of a lifetime. You know, I said I am such a lucky girl to have been able to lead the state that raised me, and to serve a country I love so very much. It has really been a blessing, and I want to thank you for that.

But I’m most excited — look at the two years. Look at what has happened in two years with the United States on foreign policy. Now, the United States is respected. Countries may not like what we do, but they respect what we do. They know that if we say we’re going to do something, we follow it through. And the President proved that — whether it was with the chemical weapons in Syria; whether it’s with NATO — saying that other countries have to pay their share; I mean, whether it’s the trade deals, which has been amazing. They get that the President means business, and they follow through with that.

But then if you look at just these two years at the U.N., we cut $1.3 billion in the U.N.’s budget. We’ve made it stronger. We’ve made it more efficient.

South Sudan — we got an arms embargo, which was a long time coming.

Three North Korean sanctions packages, which were the largest in a generation, done in a way that we could really work towards denuclearizing North Korea.

The Iran deal — bringing attention to the world that every country needs to understand you can’t overlook all of the bad things they’re doing; you have to see them for the threat that they are.

I think you look at the anti-Israel bias, and the strength and courage that the President showed in moving the embassy, and showing the rest of the world we will put our embassy where we want to put our embassy.

You know, all of those things have made a huge difference in the U.S. standing. But I can tell you that it’s — the U.S. is strong again. And the U.S. is strong in a way that should make all Americans very proud.

And I do want to say that it’s not just the President I want to thank. The family in general — the First Lady has been nothing but very, very kind to me.

I can’t say enough good things about Jared and Ivanka. Jared is such a hidden genius that no one understands. I mean, to re-do the NAFTA deal the way he did. What I’ve done working with him on the Middle East Peace Plan — it is so unbelievably well done.

And Ivanka has been just a great friend. And they do a lot of things behind the scenes that I wish more people knew about because we’re a better country because they’re in this administration.

I also just have to say, certainly, thank you to my family. Michael is a saint. And my two little ones, I adore them.

And to Team U.S.-U.N. You know, they sacrificed a lot. They put a lot of time and energy into it. But they have a lot of heart, and really wanted to make America proud.

And so, with that, I’m not leaving until the end of the year. My goal is that we make sure that everything is in good place, and — for the next ambassador to come in. But it’s a great day in the United States. And I’m proud to have been part of a team.

Now, I don’t have anything set on where I’m going to go. I think that the main thing was — I was Governor for six years, and we dealt with the Hurricane, a thousand-year flood, a church shooting, a school shooting. There was a lot. And then, to come in and do two years of Russia and Iran and North Korea — it’s been eight years of intense time, and I’m a believer in term limits.

I think you have to be selfless enough to know when you step aside and allow someone else to do the job. So, thank you, Mr. President —”

 

PRESIDENT TRUMP: “Thank you, Nikki. I’m so proud of you.”

 

AMBASSADOR HALEY: “— it’s been an honor of a lifetime. And I will say this: For all of you that are going to ask about 2020; no, I’m not running for 2020. I can promise you what I’ll be doing is campaigning for this one. So, I look forward to supporting the President in the next election.”

 

PRESIDENT TRUMP: “That’s so good. Thank you, Nikki.”

 

QUESTION: “Ambassador Haley, you list a long list of accomplishments. Why would you want to leave that all behind? Is it really a personal decision because you’ve been away from your family for so long? Or is it something else, too?”

 

AMBASSADOR HALEY: “My family is very supportive. So, no, there’s no personal reasons. I think that it’s just very important for government officials to understand when it’s time to step aside. And I have given everything I’ve got these last eight years. And I do think that sometimes it’s good to rotate in other people who can put that same energy and power into it.

So there really is — a lot of people are going to want to say there’s a lot of reasons why I’m leaving. The truth is I want to make sure that this administration, the President, has the strongest person to fight. It was a blessing to go into the U.N. with body armor every day and defend America. And I’ll always do that; I’ll never truly step aside from fighting for our country. But I will tell you that I think it’s time.”

 

QUESTION: “Then, Mr. President, why make the announcement now as opposed to after the midterms?”

 

PRESIDENT TRUMP: “Well, Nikki’s going to be staying until of the — until the end of the year, which will be just about two years. And I just think — and I was just — as Nikki was speaking, I was thinking, when we came into office, it was almost inevitable in the minds of many that we were going to war with North Korea. If you ask President Obama, I’m sure he’ll tell you that that was by far his biggest problem when we sat in that — right here. But that looked like a real problem.

Iran looked like a real problem. It was a question of when would they take over the Middle East, prior to my coming here. And now, Iran is fighting for their lives. They’ve got riots in all their cities. It’s blowing up. Their inflation, their economy is in tatters. And at some point, they’ll probably come and want to make a real deal, not the deal that they made — the ridiculous deal that they made that was unacceptable to me.

And so we’ll see what happens. But what a difference between Iran, when we first came — I’d like to say the day before we came. And also, if you look at North Korea. I mean, there was a deal that — it was something that was — it was a devastating — potentially devastating problem. And now, the relationships are very good.

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo just left. Had a great meeting — also was in China. Also spoke to many of the Asian leaders, or went there and had some good meetings. But had a really very good meeting with North Korea and Chairman Kim. And we’ve just made a lot of progress on so many other fronts, also.

And I think the world — as Nikki said, the world is really respecting the United States again, much more so they have — than they have in many, many decades. We are respected again, that I can tell you. Very much respected again.

And people want to be on our side. Even if you look at the votes in the United Nations. I mean, votes that we would normally get no votes, we’re getting very strong votes now.

So, I just want to thank Nikki. And I thought this would be an appropriate way of doing it. Because when you write it out on a piece of paper that, you know, “Ambassador Haley will be leaving,” and you say nice things, people say, “Well, what’s going on?” This is the right way to do it. And when you really think somebody’s done a terrific job, I felt this was an appropriate way of doing it, and we both liked it.

So I just want to thank the Ambassador. I just want to thank Nikki, okay?”

 

QUESTION: “Mr. President, who are you thinking about for successor?

PRESIDENT TRUMP: “Well, we have a number of people that would very much like to do it. It’s a great position. And Nikki realizes it. She’s — I think she’s helped make it a much better position, if you want to know the truth. I think it’s become maybe a more glamorous position than it was two years ago. Maybe — I wonder why, but it is. It is — I mean, she’s made it a very glamorous position. She’s made it a more important — more importantly, a more important position.

So we have a — I can almost say many people that want to do it, and they’re very good people. And I’ll be talking also to Nikki about that, and to the General about that, and to my staff. But we have many people that are very, very much interested in doing it.”

 

QUESTION: “You said you just saw Secretary Pompeo. Were you frustrated by the lack of actual announcements that are coming from him?”

 

PRESIDENT TRUMP: “No, not only am I not frustrated, I think it’s incredible what’s happening. You’re talking about North Korea? It’s amazing the way the media — who are you with?”

 

QUESTION: “With France 24.”

 

PRESIDENT TRUMP: “Who?”

 

QUESTION: “France 24.”

 

AMBASSADOR HALEY: “France.

So, it’s amazing the way the media says that. You know, for 80 years, they couldn’t do a thing. And I’m — what are we, in three months of negotiation? It’s ridiculous.

As I’ve said about a thousand times, you’ve got no rockets flying. You have no missiles flying. You have no nuclear testing. You have nuclear closings. They’re closing up different areas of North Korea. We’re getting the remains back — it’s already started — of our great heroes. We’re — we got our hostages back. And I didn’t pay $1.8 billion, like the previous administration. We got — I paid nothing.

But I have agreed to meet. And I have agreed to spend time. But, how long has it been since we left Singapore? It was three months or so? And people say — that’s the media saying, like, “How can we be negative? Let’s see, he’s done really well. How can we be negative? Oh, are you disappointed with the speed?”

I think the speed is amazing. You have no nuclear tests. You have no rockets. And we have a very good relationship with Chairman Kim, which is very important. I like him; he likes me. The relationship is good. Mike Pompeo had a very, very good meeting. I mean, I spoke to him at length yesterday, and he’ll be coming back. He’ll be back tonight.

And so, I mean just the opposite. I think we’ve made incredible progress. Beyond incredible. Beyond — I don’t think the — some of the press — (inaudible) some of the press really covers it accurately and right. But some of the press really doesn’t.

Yes, John?”

 

QUESTION: “Do you want to take this opportunity to tell us when your next meeting with Kim will be and where it will be?”

 

PRESIDENT TRUMP: “Well, it is happening. And we’re setting that up right now. That was part of the reason that Mike was going over to meet; they’re setting up the meeting. And we’ll be announcing that — probably a different location. Singapore was fantastic, but we’ll probably do a different location.”

 

QUESTION: “Can you get him to Mar-a-Lago?”

 

PRESIDENT TRUMP: “He’d probably like that. I’d like that, too. I think it would be good. But we’ll see. We’re talking about three or four different locations. Timing — won’t be too far away.”

 

QUESTION: “Any of those locations —”

PRESIDENT TRUMP: “We’ve made a lot of progress. And this meeting really is to — you know, people don’t realize the importance of the first meeting. I mean, we said, “Point number one: denuclearization.” And for some reason the press doesn’t pick that out. But that was actually point number one; they’ve agreed to denuclearization. And they continue to agree, and they continue.

Now we haven’t removed sanctions, as you know. You know, people said, “What have we done?” We haven’t removed sanctions. We have very big sanctions. I’d love to remove them, but we have to get something for doing that.”

 

QUESTION: ” Any chance the meeting could be on U.S. soil?”

 

PRESIDENT TRUMP: “Well, you know, I don’t want to embarrass anybody by asking. I think eventually we’re going to have lots of meetings on U.S. soil and on their soil, by the way. That’s a two-way street — on their soil, also.

I think that the country of North Korea is going to be a very successful country. I think it’s going to be incredibly economically successful. And I want to make it that way. I think it’s going to be great.

Other countries, other people, entrepreneurs, banks — I will tell you, they’re calling wanting to go there and wanting to invest. At some point when Chairman Kim makes that decision, I think he’s going to unleash something that’s going to be spectacular — really spectacular.

And I think he knows it. And I think that’s one of the reasons that we’re having very successful conversations. I think he wants to get on with it.”

 

QUESTION: “When will a successor to Ambassador Haley be named?”

 

PRESIDENT TRUMP: “Excuse me?”

 

QUESTION: “When will a successor to Ambassador Haley be named? When?”

 

PRESIDENT TRUMP: “What did he say?”

 

QUESTION: ” When will a successor be named?”

 

PRESIDENT TRUMP: “Oh. I would say we’ll name a successor, I don’t know, within the next two or three weeks. Maybe sooner.”

 

QUESTION: “Mr. President, have you spoken to the Saudis about the missing Washington Post columnist?”

 

PRESIDENT TRUMP: “I have not. No, I have not. But I will be, at some point.”

 

QUESTION: “What do you know at this point?”

 

PRESIDENT TRUMP: “I know nothing right now. I know what everybody else knows — nothing.”

 

QUESTION: “What’s your response to Hillary Clinton saying last night’s swearing-in of Judge Kavanaugh was more a political event than it was a national event?”

 

PRESIDENT TRUMP: “I guess that’s why she lost. She doesn’t get it. She never did. I knew that a long time ago. Hillary never got it. That’s why she lost.

Anything else?”

 

QUESTION: “Sir, the midterms are in four weeks. What’s your prediction right now for the GOP? And how is your stamina out on the campaign trail?”

 

PRESIDENT TRUMP: “I think we’re going to do well. Well, you people would say — I guess, if you saw there was a 5 percent drop-off, you’d say, “There’s something wrong with the President.” You would say.
But no, I’m going to Iowa tonight. We have a big, big crowd. We’re going to make a big announcement tonight by the way in Iowa. We’re going to be making a very big announcement.

And I have to say, the farmers are so thrilled with the USMCA — the new agreement. I don’t use the word “NAFTA” because NAFTA was a disaster for our country. NAFTA — we lost millions and millions of jobs; thousands and thousands of factories and plants; and bad for farmers. You look at what happened. Farmers, over the last fifteen years — it’s only gone down. Now, they’re going to go up.

We just opened up Mexico. We just opened up Canada. And it’s great for our farmers.

But I’m going to Iowa tonight. And we’ll be talking a little ethanol tonight. And we’ve got some great things planned.

And speaking of that, I will say: If you look at industries, the steel industry in this country is back like nothing I’ve ever seen before. In a period of six months, since we started doing what I’m doing, the steel industry has literally revived. U.S. Steel is opening up eight plants. Nucor is opening up. Everybody is. The steel industry in our country is really, really hot.

So it’s been — it’s really been great. But I’ll be going to Iowa tonight.”

 

QUESTION: “What about Secretary Pompeo’s meeting in China? How did that go? The words —”

 

PRESIDENT TRUMP: “Very well.”

 

QUESTION: “— seemed really sharp.”

 

PRESIDENT TRUMP: “No, it went very well. We have a very good relationship with China. But, you know, they took out $500 billion out of our country for many years, each year. And we just can’t let that happen. This should’ve been talked about by people in this chair for many years.

Look, for years and years, they were taking out $200 [billion], $300 [billion], $400 [billion], and even $500 billion dollars a year. We helped rebuild China. If we don’t do that, China’s not where they are right now. And that’s fine with me, but we’re not doing it any longer.”

 

QUESTION: “You promised more tariffs on China if they retaliated.”

 

PRESIDENT TRUMP: “Oh sure. Absolutely.”

 

QUESTION: “Are you going to go forward with that two hundred —”

 

PRESIDENT TRUMP: “One hundred percent. If they do that — if they retaliate.”

 

QUESTION: “Well, they already have.”

 

PRESIDENT TRUMP: “What does retaliate mean? They’ve already retaliated. They’ve taken out $500 billion dollars. That’s — I think that’s the ultimate retaliation.

No, look, China wants to make a deal. And I say they’re not ready yet. I just say they’re not ready yet. And we’ve cancelled a couple of meetings because I just say they’re not ready to make a deal.

We can’t have a one-way street. It’s got to be a two-way street. It’s been a one-way street for 25 years. We’ve got to make it a two-way street. We’ve got to benefit also, okay?

Thank you. Any other questions?

So, I just want to finish because this is really — the pure reason for this is — Nikki, you’ve been fantastic. You’re my friend. And I just — on behalf of the country, I want to thank you for a great job. Thank you, Nikki.”

 

AMBASSADOR HALEY: “Thank you. I appreciate (inaudible). Thank you.”

 

PRESIDENT TRUMP: “Thank you. Thank you very much everybody.”


 

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President Donald J. Trump Presents New Justice Brett M. Kavanaugh

 

President Donald J. Trump of the United States of America acknowledges Retired Justice Anthony Kennedy and Justice Brett M. Kavanaugh prior to speaking at the White House East Room on Monday, October 8, 2018 . | White House Snapshot Photo by Karen Ann Carr/TheWhiteHouseSpin.Com/E Media Inc

 

 

President Donald Trump Presents Justice Brett M. Kavanaugh

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WASHINGTON DC – The Ceremonial Swearing-In Ceremony of the Justice Brett M. Kavanaugh at the White House East Room Monday, October 8, 2018.

 

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President Donald J. Trump of the United States of America speaks at the White House East Room on Monday, October 8, 2018 . | White House Snapshot Photo by Karen Ann Carr/TheWhiteHouseSpin.Com/E Media Inc

 

REMARKS OF PRESIDENT TRUMP

AT SWEARING-IN CEREMONY OF THE HONORABLE BRETT M. KAVANAUGH

AS ASSOCIATE JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES

The White House East Room

7:03 P.M. – 7:33 P.M. EDT EDT

 

President Donald J. Trump of the United States of America speaks at the White House East Room on Monday, October 8, 2018 . | White House Snapshot Photo by Karen Ann Carr/TheWhiteHouseSpin.Com/E Media Inc

 

 

President Donald J. Trump of the United States of America speaks at the White House East Room .President Donald Trump apologized to Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh for “the terrible pain and suffering” he and his family were “forced to endure” during his confirmation process, at a ceremonial swearing-in event at the White House on Monday evening, October 8, 2018. .| White House Snapshot Photo by Karen Ann Carr/TheWhiteHouseSpin.Com/E Media Inc

PRESIDENT DONALD J. TRUMP OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA: Thank you very much. Thank you. Members of Congress, members of the Cabinet, honored guests, and fellow Americans: It is my privilege to address you tonight from the East Room of the White House.

We are gathered together this evening for a truly momentous occasion. I have long been told that the most important decision a President can make is the appointment of a Supreme Court Justice. Well, in just a few moments, we will proudly swear in the newest member of the United States Supreme Court: Justice Brett Kavanaugh. (Applause.)

Joining us for tonight’s ceremony is every sitting Supreme Court Justice. Chief Justice Roberts. Thank you. Justice Thomas. Thank you. Justice Ginsburg. Thank you. Justice Breyer. Thank you, Justice. Justice Alito. Thank you. Justice Sotomayor. Thank you. Justice Kagan. Thank you. And Justice Gorsuch. (Applause.)

I would also like to send our deep appreciation to Maureen Scalia, the wife of the late, great Antonin Scalia. And also to our White House Counsel, Don McGahn. Thank you, Don. Thank you. (Applause.)

We are thrilled to be joined this evening by Justice Anthony Kennedy. Justice Kennedy, America owes you a profound debt of gratitude for a lifetime of noble service to our nation. And I want to thank you very much. Thank you. (Applause.)

President Donald J. Trump acknowledges wife , children and parents of Justice Kavanaugh Monday, October 8, 2018.| White House Snapshot Photo by Karen Ann Carr/TheWhiteHouseSpin.Com/E Media Inc

Very special and treasured guests tonight are Justice Kavanaugh’s amazing wife, Ashley. Thank you, Ashley. (Applause.) And their two beautiful daughters, Margaret and Liza. Thank you. (Applause.) And we are also joined by Justice Kavanaugh’s mom and dad, Martha and Ed. Thank you. (Applause.)

I would like to begin tonight’s proceeding differently than perhaps any other event of such magnitude. On behalf of our nation, I want to apologize to Brett and the entire Kavanaugh family for the terrible pain and suffering you have been forced to endure.

Those who step forward to serve our country deserve a fair and dignified evaluation, not a campaign of political and personal destruction based on lies and deception. What happened to the Kavanaugh family violates every notion of fairness, decency, and due process.

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Our country, a man or woman must always be presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty. (Applause.) And with that, I must state that you, sir, under historic scrutiny, were proven innocent. Thank you. (Applause.) You were. Thank you very much. (Inaudible.)

Margaret and Liza, your father is a great man. He is a man of decency, character, kindness, and courage who has devoted his life to serving his fellow citizens. And now, from the bench of our nation’s highest court, your father will defend the eternal rights and freedoms of all Americans. You know that. (Applause.)

We are joined tonight by a leader who has never wavered in his support and devotion to the rule of law, and to Brett Kavanaugh’s elevation. He worked very, very hard. And he truly has done just an incredible and wonderful job for the American people: Majority Leader Mitch McConnell. Thank you, Mitch. Please, stand up. (Applause.)

I think that’s the biggest hand he’s ever received. They just don’t — (laughter) — they don’t get it, Mitch. You’re great. Thank you. Very much appreciate it.

I would like to thank another man whose principled leadership has earned widespread admiration: Chairman of the Judiciary Committee, Senator Chuck Grassley. Thank you, Chuck. (Applause.)

We are grateful to all the senators on the Judiciary Committee who fought so hard for this confirmation: Senators Lindsey Graham, John Cornyn, Orrin Hatch, Mike Lee, Ted Cruz, Ben Sasse, Jeff Flake, Mike Crapo, Thom Tillis, and John Kennedy. (Applause.) Thank you.

And thank you also to Rob Portman, who is sitting right here. Thank you, Rob, very much. (Applause.)

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And finally, we are indebted to Senator Susan Collins for her brave and eloquent speech, and her declaration that “when passions are most inflamed…fairness is most in jeopardy.” How true. How true. (Applause.) How true.

Brett Kavanaugh is a man of outstanding intellect, a brilliant scholar, and his credentials are unsurpassed. A graduate of both Yale College and Yale Law School, he has taught at Harvard, Yale, and Georgetown. When he’s not working or with his family, he’s giving back to his community.

He spent 26 years in public service and, just like Justice Gorsuch, he clerked for Justice Kennedy. For the last 12 years, Brett was a judge on the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals, widely regarded as our nation’s second-highest court. During his tenure, he authored over 300 opinions, distinguished by their masterful and impartial reasoning.

Known as a judge’s judge, he is fair-minded, unbiased, and even-handed person. He understands that justice must be divorced from the passions of the day — tethered instead to the enduring foundation of our republic: the Constitution.

Justice Kavanaugh fills the place left by Anthony Kennedy. Soon, Justice Kennedy will administer the Judicial Oath to Brett Kavanaugh, just as he did last year for Justice Gorsuch. This will be the first time a Supreme Court Justice has ever sworn in a former clerk to take his seat — a beautiful moment which reminds us that freedom is a tradition passed down from generation to generation. And that’s a big statement, and I want to thank you for that so much. That’s so beautiful. So beautiful. (Applause.) So beautiful.

Margaret and Liza’s presence tonight reminds us what this historic event — all about your father — is all about. It’s about what kind of nation we’re going to be and what kind of country our children will inherit.

It is up to each of us, and to all Americans watching tonight, to answer that question. It is up to us to reclaim our heritage of equal and impartial justice. It is up to us to re-dedicate ourselves to the traditions and wisdom of our Founders. And it is up to us to renew the bonds of love, loyalty, and affection that link us all together as one great American family. (Applause.)

Let us pray we are successful in this task. And let us pray that all of America’s children will grow up in a country that is fair, and just, and safe, and strong, and free. And let us ask God to bless Justice Kavanaugh and his family as they embark on this incredible journey together.

I now invite Justice Brett Kavanaugh to come forward and to take the Judicial Oath. Thank you very much. (Applause.)

 

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(The Ceremonial – Judicial Oath is administered.) (Applause.)

 

 

Retired Justice Anthony Kennedy administers asks Justice Brett Kavanaugh if he is ready to take the Judicial Oath. Present is President Donald J. Trump of the United States of America who also spoke at the White House East Room event on Monday, October 8, 2018 . | White House Snapshot Photo by Karen Ann Carr/TheWhiteHouseSpin.Com /E Media Inc

 

Retired Justice Anthony Kennedy administers to Justice Brett Kavanaugh the Judicial Oath. Present is President Donald J. Trump of the United States of America who also spoke at the White House East Room event on Monday, October 8, 2018 . | White House Snapshot Photo by Karen Ann Carr/TheWhiteHouseSpin.Com /E Media Inc

 

Retired Justice Anthony Kennedy administers to Justice Brett Kavanaugh the Judicial Oath. Present is President Donald J. Trump of the United States of America who also spoke at the White House East Room event on Monday, October 8, 2018 . | White House Snapshot Photo by Karen Ann Carr/TheWhiteHouseSpin.Com /E Media Inc

 

 

Retired Justice Anthony Kennedy administers to Justice Brett Kavanaugh the Judicial Oath. Present is President Donald J. Trump of the United States of America who also spoke at the White House East Room event on Monday, October 8, 2018 . | White House Snapshot Photo by Karen Ann Carr/TheWhiteHouseSpin.Com /E Media Inc

 

 

 

JUSTICE KAVANAUGH: Mr. President, thank you for the great honor of appointing me to serve as a Justice of the Supreme Court. I’ve seen firsthand your deep appreciation for the vital role of the American judiciary. I am grateful for your steadfast, unwavering support throughout this process. And I’m grateful to you and Mrs. Trump for the exceptional, overwhelming courtesy you have extended to my family and me.

Mr. President, thank you for everything. (Applause.)

 

PRESIDENT TRUMP: Thank you.

 

JUSTICE KAVANAUGH: I’m honored to serve on a Supreme Court headed by Chief Justice John Roberts. Chief Justice Roberts is a principled, independent, and inspiring leader for the American judiciary.

As a country, we are fortunate to have John Roberts as Chief Justice of the United States. I’m honored to serve alongside all of my new colleagues, each of whom I know, and each of whom I greatly admire and deeply respect.

All nine of us revere the Constitution. Article 3 of the Constitution provides that the judicial power shall be vested in one Supreme Court. The Supreme Court is an institution of law. It is not a partisan or political institution. The Justices do not sit on opposite sides of an aisle. We do not caucus in separate rooms. The Supreme Court is a team of nine, and I will always be a team player on the team of nine. (Applause.)

As a new Justice on the Supreme Court, I understand the responsibility that I bear. Some 30 years ago, standing here in the East Room with President Reagan, Anthony Kennedy took the oath to be a new Justice of the Supreme Court. Justice Kennedy became one of the most consequential Justices in American history.

I served as Justice Kennedy’s law clerk in 1993. To me, Justice Kennedy is a mentor, a friend, and a hero. On the Supreme Court, he was a model of civility and collegiality. He fiercely defended the independence of the judiciary, and zealously guarded the individual liberties secured by the Constitution.

Justice Kennedy established a legacy of liberty for ourselves and our posterity. I will always be humbled and proud to sit in Justice Kennedy’s seat on the Supreme Court. (Applause.)

I thank the members of the United States Senate: Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell for his leadership and steady resolve. I thank Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley for his wisdom and fairness. And I give special gratitude to Senators Rob Portman, Susan Collins, Joe Manchin, John Kyl, and Lindsey Graham. They’re a credit to the country and the Senate. I’ll be forever grateful to each of them and to all the senators who carefully considered my nomination.

Presiding over the final vote in the Senate on Saturday was Vice President Pence. I’m grateful to the Vice President for his sound advice and faithful support. I thank Counsel to the President Don McGahn, who was a warrior for fairness and performed his critical duties in the finest traditions of our Constitution. (Applause.)

I thank all the outstanding people in the White House, the Department of Justice, and the Senate who worked day and night on this nomination.

One of a federal judge’s most important responsibilities is to hire four new law clerks each year. The law clerks are recent law school graduates and they work in the judge’s chambers for one year. They’re among the best and brightest young lawyers in America, and they become the future leaders of the legal profession.

I thank my former law clerks who devoted so much time and energy to support me during the confirmation process. (Applause.)

Inspired by my mom, who as a trailblazer for women in the law, I’ve worked hard throughout my career to promote the advancement of women. Women still face many barriers in the American workplace, and all of us have a responsibility to address that problem.

During my 12 years on the D.C. Circuit, a majority of my law clerks were women, and almost all of them went on to clerk at the Supreme Court. A clerkship on the Supreme Court is one of the most coveted achievements and credentials in American law. I’m proud that all four of my newly hired law clerks at the Supreme Court are women — a first in the history of the Supreme Court. (Applause.)

Tonight I thank all my friends — so many amazing and fearless friends, from my high school days, college, law school, clerking, the Bush White House, including President George W. Bush. (Applause.) From the judiciary, teaching, coaching, playing sports. The vibrant, loyal, and tightknit Catholic community here in the D.C. area. And so many others.

Ashley and I are grateful for their prayers and for the prayers from the thousands and thousands of people we have heard from throughout America. When I give advice to young people or speak to students, I tell them: Cherish your friends, look out for your friends, lift up your friends, love your friends. I love all my friends. (Applause.)

I thank my family. My mom, Martha, and my dad, Ed, are here. I’m their only child. (Laughter.) My mom was one of Maryland’s earliest women prosecutors and trial judges. My dad taught me his work ethic and love of sports. They’ve given me a lifetime of love, and I’m forever grateful to them. (Applause.)

My daughters, Margaret and Liza, are smart, strong, awesome girls. They’re in the middle of fall lacrosse, looking forward to the upcoming basketball season. (Laughter.) I thank their teachers for giving them the day off tomorrow so that they can come watch two cases being argued at the Supreme Court. (Laughter and applause.)

My wife Ashley is a proud West Texan from Abilene, Texas. Graduate of Abilene Cooper Public High School, University of Texas in Austin. She’s the dedicated town manager of our local community. She’s got a deep faith. She’s an awesome mom, a great wife. She is a rock. I thank God every day for Ashley and my family. (Applause.)

The Senate confirmation process was contentious and emotional. That process is over. My focus now is to be the best Justice I can be. I take this office with gratitude and no bitterness. On the Supreme Court, I will seek to be a force for stability and unity. My goal is to be a great Justice for all Americans and for all of America. I will work very hard to achieve that goal.

I was not appointed to serve one party or one interest, but to serve one nation. America’s Constitution and laws protect every person of every belief and every backgrounds. Every litigant in the Supreme Court can be assured that I will listen to their arguments with respect and an open mind. Every American can be assured that I will be an independent and impartial Justice devoted to equal justice under law.

Although the Senate confirmation process tested me, as it has tested others, it did not change me. My approach to judging remains the same. A good judge must be an umpire, a neutral and impartial decider who favors no litigant or policy. A judge must be independent and must interpret the law, not make the law. A judge must interpret statutes as written. And a judge must interpret the Constitution as written, informed by history and tradition and precedent.

In the wake of the Senate confirmation process, my approach to life also remains the same. I will continue to heed the message of Matthew 25. I will continue to volunteer to serve the least fortunate among us. I will continue to coach, teach, and tutor. I will continue to strive to be a good friend, colleague, husband, and dad.

As in the past, our nation today faces challenges and divisions. But I am an optimist. I live on the sunrise side of the mountain. I see the day that is coming, not the day that is gone. I am optimistic about the future of America and the future of our independent judiciary, the crown jewel of our constitutional republic.

As a Justice on the Supreme Court, I will always strive to preserve the Constitution of the United States and the American rule of law.

Thank you all. (Applause.)

 


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President Donald J. Trump of the United States of America

President Donald J. Trump of the United States of America speaks at the International Association of Chiefs of Police annual convention in Orlando, Florida. . | White House Snapshot Photo by Karen Ann Carr/TheWhiteHouseSpin.Com/E Media Inc.

 

 

WASHINGTON DC – President Donald J. Trump participates in the Ceremonial Swearing-In Ceremony of the Brett M. Kavanaugh at the White House October 8, 2018.

The 114th Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States is officially sworn in on Saturday, October 6, 2018

That evening, Brett M. Kavanaugh became the 114th Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States. Chief Justice John Roberts administered the Constitutional Oath in the Justices’ Conference Room. Retired Associate Justice Anthony M. Kennedy administered the Judicial Oath. Mrs. Ashley Kavanaugh held the family Bible. Justice Kavanaugh’s two daughters, Liza and Margaret, and his parents attended the ceremony. Justices Thomas, Ginsburg, Alito, and Kagan also attended. | Photo by Fred Schilling, Collection of the Supreme Court of the United States

Today, upon arrival on the White House South Lawn at 5:08 P.M. EDT, President Donald J. Trump made the following statement and responding to numerous questions.


 

Remarks of President Trump and White House Press Gathered for His Arrival

 

 

President Donald Trump Speaks On Prior to Departure

Reported by Karen Ann Carr

 

 

 

PRESIDENT DONALD J.TRUMP: “Well, we have a big night. I think it’ll be very interesting. I assume most of you will be there for the official swearing-in of Judge Kavanaugh. And I think it will be something very, very special.
I’ve always been told it’s the biggest thing a President can do, and I can understand that. So it will be very special.”
QUESTION: “What did you say to Rod Rosenstein?”
PRESIDENT DONALD J.TRUMP: “We just had a very nice talk. We actually get along. And — a really good talk.”
QUESTION: “(Inaudible) the case?”
PRESIDENT DONALD J.TRUMP: “Yeah, I’m not doing anything. I’m good. So I’m not — I don’t want to do anything about that. I think we’ll be treated very fairly. Everybody understands there was no collusion. There’s no Russia. It was all made up by the Democrats. They’re the ones that colluded with Russia. The Democrats colluded with Russia. And, frankly, the previous administration didn’t do anything about Russia when they knew that they should have.
Yeah.”
QUESTION: “Have you decided to keep Rod Rosenstein?
PRESIDENT DONALD J.TRUMP: “You got to speak up. Look.”
QUESTION: “Have you decided to keep Rod Rosenstein (inaudible)?”
PRESIDENT DONALD J.TRUMP: “I said that I was going — I’m not making any changes. You’d be the first to know. I’m not making any changes, though.”
QUESTION: “Are you concerned about this Saudi journalist who may have been killed (inaudible)? Have you heard anything about that?”
PRESIDENT DONALD J.TRUMP: “I am concerned about it. I don’t like hearing about it. And hopefully that will sort itself out. Right now, nobody knows anything about it, but there are some pretty bad stories going around. I do not like it.
Thank you. I’ll see you at 7 o’clock.”
QUESTION: “What do you have to say to Taylor Swift now that she’s in politics? Taylor swift coming into politics. What do you have to say to her?”
PRESIDENT DONALD J.TRUMP: “And what did she say?”
QUESTION: She said she wants people to vote for Democrats, and not Marsha Blackburn, especially.”
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WASHINGTON DC – President Donald J. Trump delivers a statement upon departure Monday, October 8, 2018.


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President Donald J. Trump Delivers Remarks at the International Association Of Chiefs Of Police Annual Convention

 

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President Donald J. Trump Delivers Remarks at the International Association Of Chiefs Of Police Annual Convention |

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ORLANDO, FLORIDA – President Donald J. Trump speaks at the International Association of Chiefs of Police annual convention in Orlando, Florida.

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Remarks of President Donald J. Trump at International Association of Chiefs of Police

Orange County Convention Center
Orlando, Florida

1:44 P.M. – 2:18 P.M. EDT

 

THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA DONALD J. TRUMP: “Please. Thank you very much. You can sit. (Laughter.) It’s great to be with you. And I want to thank Chief Dekmar for that wonderful introduction and for your lifetime of distinguished service. A very special friend of mine.

I’m thrilled to be here in the great state of Florida, with the incredible men and women of law enforcement. On behalf of all Americans, I want to express our eternal gratitude for what you do every single day to protect our families, defend our streets, and take down criminals. And what you do is keep America safe, and nobody does it better than you. Thank you very much. Thank you. (Applause.)

And I also want to thank your amazing families. Because you know that, without them, you couldn’t do it. And they’re here. And they are indeed fantastic people. So thank you to the families. Appreciate it very much. (Applause.)

We are thrilled to be joined today by a true friend of law enforcement, Governor Rick Scott. And I will tell you that Rick has been incredible when it comes to law enforcement. Anytime you need funds from the federal government, he’s on the phone. “Mr. President, we need more funds.” “What’s it for this time, Rick?” (Laughter.) “It’s for law enforcement.” And I say, “You got them.”

And speaking of that — (applause) — oh, you got them. You got them. When law enforcement wants it — and they always — they’re reasonable. They want it. And what you do is so incredible.

So I just want to say, Rick is a tremendous governor, and he is your biggest fan. So thank you very much.

And also, another one of your big fans, I will tell you that, is Attorney General Pam Bondi, who is with us today. And thank you, Pam. Thank you very much, wherever you may be. She’s in this big room someplace. (Applause.) Thank you. Incredible woman.

Thank you as well to our Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein for being here. Flew down together. The press wants to know, “What did you talk about?” (Laughter.) But we had a very good talk, I will say it. That became a very big story, actually, folks. (Laughter.) We had a good talk.

As Hurricane Michael nears landfall, we are working with state and local officials in Florida to take all necessary precautions. And we urge all residents to be prepared and to heed local officials. I told Rick Scott that we are ready for you. We have already briefed FEMA, and FEMA is getting prepared. And it looks like a big one. Can you believe it? It looks like another big one. But we’ve handled them well. We have handled them very well. And that includes the one that just left us in Florida. It never ends.

But we’re all prepared, and hopefully it won’t be as bad as it’s looking. It looked, to me — looked, a couple of days ago, like it was not going to be much. And now, it’s looking like it could be a very big one. So we’re prepared. And good luck.

Today, I also want to extend my very special thanks to Orlando Chief John Mina and the entire Orlando Police Department for hosting us in this great city. (Applause.) John. Where is John? Thank you, John. Great job. Great city. Safe city, too, John. Thank you very much. Great job.

I also want to thank the board of IACP, and congratulations to your incoming President, Chief Paul Cell. Where is Chief? (Applause.) Chief. Good, Chief. I have a lot of respect for the Chief; I know the Chief. That means I guess I have to be here next year, Chief. Is that right? (Laughter.) Looking like that, right? That’s okay. For you guys, anything I can do, I’ll do.

Very importantly — (applause) — I want to recognize our law enforcement partners from around the world who have traveled here to share their experiences and to strengthen the vital cooperation that we all practice together. We have great, great cooperation all over the world. We deeply value your friendship and your partnership, and thank you very much for being here. Thank you. (Applause.)

This year, we proudly celebrate the 125th anniversary of the International Association of Chiefs of Police. It’s a great group.

Today, I stand before you, as the President of the United States, to tell you that my administration will always honor, cherish, and support the men and women in blue. And we are proud to do it. (Applause.)

Working together, we have achieved extraordinary progress in the fight against violent crime. We understand that reducing crime begins with respecting law enforcement.

For too many years, we have watched politicians escalate political attacks on our courageous police officers. And I’ve never seen it more than over the last few years. It’s disgraceful.

Politicians who spread this dangerous anti-police sentiment make life easier for criminals and more dangerous for law-abiding citizens. (Applause.) And they also make it more dangerous for police. And it must stop, and it must stop now. (Applause.)

Before I took office less than two years ago, our nation was experiencing a historic surge in violent crime. In 2015, 2016, an additional 128,000 violent crimes were committed nationwide compared to the two previous years. That’s a tremendous number of additional crime. Over the same period, we witnessed the steepest two-year consecutive increase in murders in nearly half a century.

But we are turning that tide around very rapidly, as you all know in this room. We are taking back our streets from drug lords, gangs, and crimes. We are being tough. We’re being smart. By the end of this year, murders in major cities are estimated to drop by close to 10 percent from their levels in 2016.

And I have directed the Attorney General’s office to immediately go to the great city of Chicago to help straighten out the terrible shooting wave. We want to straighten it out. We want to straighten it out fast. There’s no reason for what’s going on there. (Applause.)

I’ve told them to work with local authorities to try to change the terrible deal the city of Chicago entered into with ACLU, which ties law enforcement’s hands; and to strongly consider stop-and-frisk. It works, and it was meant for problems like Chicago. (Applause.) It was meant for it. Stop-and-frisk.

And Rudy Giuliani, when he was mayor of New York City, had a very strong program of stop-and-frisk. And it went from an unacceptably dangerous city to one of the safest cities in the country — and, I think, the safest big city in the country. So it works. It’s got to be properly applied, but stop-and-frisk works.

The crime spree is a terrible blight on that city, and we’ll do everything possible to get it done. I know the law enforcement people in Chicago, and I know how good they are. They could solve the problem if they were simply allowed to do their job and do their job properly. And that’s what they want to do. So, Chicago, we’re going to start working with you, as of today. (Applause.) Thank you.

In the Fiscal Year 2018, my administration brought charges against more federal firearm defendants and more violent criminals than ever before in the history of our country.

And to help former inmates become law-abiding and productive members of society, we are also working on a prison reform bill — a very, very big and comprehensive one.

And the best thing that could happen, I think we’ve already done: We have record numbers of jobs right now in the United States. There has never been a time when more people are working in our country than right now. (Applause.)

And our unemployment numbers in almost every category are at record lows. They are record lows. African American — best in history. Asian American — best in history. Hispanic American — best in history. We are doing incredibly well as a — as an economy.

And that’s a great thing when you talk about people coming out of prison — unable to get a job, totally unable to get a job; it’s a hopeless situation. Now, they’re getting jobs — to a certain extent and to a large extent because we’re doing so well, and employers are forced to take people that they maybe wouldn’t have done.

And some of those employers call me and get back to me. And they say, “Mr. President, it’s amazing how good these people are.” And not all of them — not all of anybody or any category is going to be great. But tremendous response. And these people have been given a second or even, in some cases, a third shot at it. And they’re doing really well.

So the economy being so great, and the jobs picture being so strong — people are getting an opportunity, and they’re doing an incredible job. So I just want to thank everybody in law enforcement. I know you agree with me on this. It’s a great thing. (Applause.)

And in particular, I have to thank the IACP for working with us on this effort and for endorsing important prison reform legislation all over the country. And we’re doing federal legislation, but all over the country. You folks have been fantastic.

Every single day of my administration, we will stand for law, order, and justice. Just two days ago, the Senate confirmed a supremely qualified nominee who will be a faithful defender of the rule of law — (applause) — and will defend the United States Constitution — the newest Supreme Court Justice, Brett Kavanaugh. (Applause.)

And I will tell you, when I decided on Brett — and we have tremendous talent in our legal system. But I decided on Brett. I said, “He’s flawless. He’s a flawless person.” The best student. The best scholar. The great intellect. Incredible record over many years. And yet, he’s a young man.

I said, “Brett, congratulations. This is going to be a piece of cake getting you confirmed.” (Laughter.) “This is going to be so easy. It should go quickly, nicely. Don’t even worry.” He was so thankful. (Laughter.) He said, “Mr. President, it’s the greatest honor of my life — United States Supreme Court. The greatest of my life.”

So I haven’t heard him say that again to me, but I think he still believes it. (Laughter.) But he’s a great person, and it was very, very unfair what happened to him — false charges, false accusations, horrible statements that were totally untrue that he knew nothing about. Frankly, terms that he probably never heard in his life. He was this. He was that. He’d never even heard of these terms. It was a disgraceful situation brought about by people that are evil.

And he toughed it out. We all toughed it out together. And I have to thank the Republican senators that fought so hard for this because it wasn’t easy. And it was a great honor to be involved in this situation. A lot of people would have said, “Oh, let’s give it up. Let’s go a different direction.” We don’t give up. You don’t give up. We don’t give up. Just don’t do it. (Applause.) He’s going to be a great Supreme Court justice — watch. A great one. He will be a great one.

We will perform the swearing-in tonight at 7 p.m., at the White House. That’s very exciting. So I leave here, and I go home, and I swear in a man who will be a truly great United States Supreme Court Justice. That’s going to be my honor. (Applause.) Thank you.

And I’m going to tell him about the spontaneous applause. Before I even finished — you people. (Laughter.) Because you knew what I was about to say, but I didn’t even say it. And you started before I completed. So that’s the kind of — all over the country, I’m doing rallies, and people are loving that man and loving that choice. So I think we’re all going to be very happy.

In order to keep every American safe, we are also making officer safety a top priority. (Applause.) In 2016, an officer was assaulted in America on an average of every 9 minutes. Is this even believable?

Last week, seven officers were shot in Florence, South Carolina — incredible state. One was killed; numerous were really badly injured. Our hearts break for the family of fallen Officer Terrence Carraway. We pray for his loved ones and for the officers who are still recovering. When a police officer is assaulted or killed, it is a wound inflicted upon our entire nation. (Applause.) It is.

And I have to say this, I don’t think you understand one thing: how much our country loves you and the job you do. You don’t hear it from them. (Applause.) You don’t hear it from them. They don’t tell you the real feeling. (Applause.) They don’t tell you the true feeling, but I know the true feeling. I know the true feeling. You don’t hear it from the media, but I can tell you, I know the feeling. And these people — the people of our country love you. So I just want you to know it direct.”

 

AUDIENCE MEMBER: We love you, Trump!”

 

PRESIDENT TRUMP: “Thank you. Thank you. (Applause.) Thank you. I love him, too. He’s just not my type, I’m sorry. (Laughter.) He’s not my type. Thank you.

One of my very first actions as President was to direct my administration to take all necessary action to protect law enforcement from acts of violence against all of you.

We believe that criminals who kill our police officers should immediately, with trial — but rapidly as possible; not 15 years later, 20 years later — get the death penalty. (Applause.)

And importantly, we are also making sure you have the equipment you need to do the job. (Applause.) That’s why we are allowing local police to access surplus military equipment. (Applause.) And we’ve been doing this since the very first day of my administration, whereas others didn’t want you to have that equipment for very strange reasons. (Laughter.) They said it looked too tough, it looked too strong; it’s not a good look. You have people shooting at you, and they’re worried about your look. (Laughter.) Someday you’ll explain that one to me, please. I don’t quite get it. (Applause.) Explain it.

This equipment doesn’t only protect your lives and safety, it protects the lives and safety of every citizen that you serve. During Hurricane Harvey, surplus military equipment helped rescue more than 9,000 people. (Applause.)

We are also taking unprecedented action to help our local police fight the worst drug epidemic in our history — the opioid crisis — which took nearly 50,000 American lives last year.

We have secured the most funding in history to give you the tools and resources that you need to hunt down the traffickers, stop these poisonous drugs from coming into our country, and to save American lives.

In fact, today I’m announcing another $42.4 million for the High Intensity Drug Trafficking Areas program to attack this epidemic. (Applause.) This grant funding will go to more than 50 innovative projects targeting the greatest drug threats facing the United States.

And I will tell you that, last year in the budget — this year also — last year, we got $6 billion — $6 billion — to work on the opioid problem at every level, including people — really helping people that are in need of help.

Last year, we increased the average federal sentence for drug trafficking to its highest level since 2013. For the first time in years, we are ensuring there are real, tough consequences for those who flood our streets with deadly poison.

Thanks to your partnership, last year, our brave ICE agents seized 1 million pounds of narcotics, including almost 7,000 pounds of heroin and more than 2,300 pounds of fentanyl — saving thousands upon thousands of American lives. And this year, we’re way ahead of those numbers.

Last year alone, ICE removed nearly 130,000 criminal aliens from our country. And, as you know, my competitors don’t like that. They don’t like that. That’s the other thing you’re going to have to explain to me someday. Including thousands of vicious gang members and MS-13 predators. They’re gone. They’re gone. (Applause.)

Yet, these brave ICE officers have been subjected to shameless attacks by leading members of the Democrat Party, including outrageous calls to abolish ICE. And also, they’re not a big help to us in law enforcement. They don’t want to give us the kind of funds that you people are requesting. But you’re getting them anyway because we’re giving them to you. But they fight us at every turn. (Applause.) The Democrats fight us at every single turn. Whether it’s law enforcement or military, they fight us at every turn. But we win.

We condemn the vilification of law enforcement and law enforcement officers, and we stand proudly with the heroes of ICE, and Border Patrol, and law enforcement in general.

We also strongly oppose efforts from politicians to shackle local police departments and prevent them from cooperating with their federal partners. So let’s see whether or not Chicago — as an example, locally — accepts help. They need it. And we’ll straighten it out fast. We’re going to straighten it out fast.

I assume they want to straighten it out. Sometimes I think, “Maybe is it possible that they don’t?” But we’re going to be there. We’re going to try and help them.

Every day, these sanctuary city policies force the release of criminal aliens and gang members right back onto our streets, putting innocent civilians at grave risk — many people being killed.

I will fight every day for your right to cooperate with federal law enforcement and to protect your communities as you wish. And I know most of you in this room — I think probably everybody in this room — works brilliantly with our federal authorities. And it’s our honor to do it — including funding, by the way — including funding. Thank you. (Applause.)

Last week, my administration also provided historic levels of funding to improve school safety. Through STOP School Violence grants, we are giving local schools and police departments the resources they need to hire more officers, and train more teachers, and better detect and address early warning signs of mental illness before it’s too late. I made a lot of strides in the last year. (Applause.) Heavy funding — but you’ve made a lot of strides.

In every action we take, we are defending American safety and treasuring the extraordinary — I mean, we’re just helping as much as we can the extraordinary men and women who protect our communities.

Here with us today are all four nominees for the IACP Police Officer of the Year Award.

Officer Taylor Rust serves with the Plano, Texas Police Department. Good place. (Applause.) Where’s Taylor? Taylor. Where’s Taylor? Come on up here, Taylor. Run up here. They’ll let you up. Come on up. We’ll get all of them up. Come on. (Applause.)

A year ago, Taylor raced to the scene of an active shooter in a neighborhood, entered the house without any backup at all, and shot and killed the murderer — it turned out to be somebody with a lot of bad past — saving the lives of four civilians.

Officer Rust, we salute you and your remarkable courage. You are a great gentleman. Stay up here with me, okay? (Applause.) Say — come on, say couple of words.”

 

OFFICER RUST: “Thank you. Thank you. You’ll have to forgive me, I’m much more comfortable in the situation Mr. President described than being up here. (Laughter.)

It’s a tremendous honor for me to be here. I appreciate everything IACP has done for us, my family. My wife, Amber, is here. She’s been a tremendous support, as well, through this whole thing. (Applause.)

It’s been a very humbling experience for me, and it’s been an honor to be spoken in the same breath with the other three officers that are sitting over there today. Thank you very much. (Applause.)

 

PRESIDENT TRUMP: “That was a good job. He’ll be running for office soon. You watch. (Laughter.) Thank you very much, Taylor.

Last May, Officer Mark Dallas was on duty at Dixon High School, in Illinois, when he heard gunshots. Within — listen to this — three seconds, he was at the scene, right outside the auditorium where the entire senior class was gathered and was in a lot of trouble.

The shooter fled and fired shots at him, but Officer Dallas chased him down before a single student was injured. (Applause.) Officer Dallas’s son Joshua was one of the seniors inside that auditorium. Afterwards, Joshua said, “I wasn’t scared for my life at all because I knew my dad would protect us.” How good is that? (Applause.)

Thank you, Officer Dallas. Where are you? Officer Dallas, come on up here. That’s pretty good. That’s pretty good. (Applause.)

So his son had a little confidence in him. That’s not bad. That’s beautiful. Beautiful.”

 

OFFICER DALLAS: Public speaking is not my best, but I’m — I’m extremely nervous. (Laughter.) Mr. President, I appreciate everything, and the support you give us. And I’m honored to be here with the IACP and the other nominees.

My son said he wasn’t scared because dad was out there. I was “dad” to 182 other kids in that gymnasium. (Applause.)

I just want to say thank you. I’m honored and blessed to be here. Thank you.”

 

PRESIDENT TRUMP: “Beautiful story. Thank you very much. (Applause.) That’s a beautiful story. And your son was right.

In October of last year, Washington State Trooper Nathaniel Dawson pursued a car that violated a traffic law. When the car stopped, two gunmen began shooting at Trooper Dawson, and shooting very violently. Despite heavy fire, Trooper Dawson got out of his vehicle and fired back until the shooters ran away and were later apprehended. They were very dangerous criminals.

Our streets are safer, and our criminals recoil in fear because of brave officers like Trooper Dawson. And I want to thank you. Come up, please, Trooper Dawson. ” (Applause.)

 

TROOPER DAWSON: “Wow. It’s a great honor to be here tonight. Thank you all for coming — Mr. President. I think we all would say the same: We’re just doing our job. And to be recognized is just extra. So thank you again.” (Applause.)

 

PRESIDENT TRUMP: “Thank you very much. Thank you. These people have a lot of respect for you. They don’t sit down when you’re up here. (Laughter.) They have a lot of respect, right? (Applause.) That’s great. Beautiful.

Finally, Sergeant Luis Celis of the Doral — I know it well — Florida Police Department — they are fantastic — responded to the call that you all read about — a big story at the time — that a shooter was in the lobby of Trump National Doral. Can you believe this is happening to me? And I didn’t say, “Put this man…” I knew what he did. But they put him. Threatening a lot of people that were in the hotel, including the employees.

Sergeant Celis entered the building, engaged in a vicious shooting attack, and captured the criminal before anyone was hurt — which was incredible, actually. (Applause.)

Sergeant Celis, that was really a job well done. People are still talking about it. It was an amazing job. Please come up.” (Applause.)

 

 

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SERGEANT CELIS: “I guess he’s a tough act to follow — (laughter)

— what the guy said over here.

Thanks everybody for being here. My wife, Olga. And congratulations to everybody else. Thank you. “ (Applause.)

 

PRESIDENT TRUMP: “And just to conclude, I have to say, in each of these stories we see the unmatched strength, and character, and courage of our amazing heroes in blue.

Every day, our police officers race into darkened allies and deserted streets, and onto the doorsteps of the most hardened criminals — people you don’t want to be dealing with. And you deal with them well. Incredible. They see the worst of humanity, and they respond with the best of the American spirit.

America’s police officers have earned the everlasting gratitude of our nation. In moments of danger and despair, you are the reason we never lose hope — because there are men and women in uniform who face down evil and stand for all that’s good and just and decent and right.

No matter what threat you face, you never give in. You never back down. You are people of tremendous courage and strength. We appreciate it. (Applause.) Appreciate it.

Nothing can break your spirit or bend your will — I’ve seen it over many years — because you are the proud men and women of law enforcement.”

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“We thank you. We salute you. We honor you. And we promise you: We will always have your back. Now and forever, we will have your back. (Applause.)

So it’s my great honor to be with you today, and I thank you and I thank everyone in this incredible room of heroes — the International Association of Chiefs of Police. You have very, very special, very smart, very brave, brave people.

And on behalf of our incredible country — our country that’s getting stronger and bigger and richer and just better — we’re making it greater. (Laughter.) And that’s okay. It’s greater. We’re making it greater. (Applause.)

I want to say God bless you, God bless your families, and God bless America. Thank you very much. Great honor. Thank you.”

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President Donald J. Trump delivers impassioned support of Senator Senator Collins and FBI probe of Bret Kavanaugh sexual assault allegations on Saturday, October 6, 2018.



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First Lady Melania Trump’s Visit to Cairo, Egypt

 

 

First Lady Melania Trump’s Visit to Cairo, Egypt

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CAIRO, EGYPT – First Lady Melania Trump landed in Cairo, Egypt on Saturday Morning. Entissar Amer, the First Lady of the Arab Republic of Egypt and Thomas Goldberger, the Chargé d’Affaires of the United States Embassy to Egypt, greeted Mrs. Trump.

The first stop in Egypt was to Ittihadiya Palace for a meeting with President Abdel Fattah Al Sisi of Egypt and First Lady Lady Entissar Amer. Mrs. Trump discussed her focus and goals of supporting children all over the world in order to ensure future generations have every opportunity to grow up and contribute to society in meaningful and positive ways.

Following the meeting, the First Lady met with the Chargé d’Affaires, Thomas Goldberger and his wife Eden Goldberger, and staff of the United States Embassy, thanking them for their service to the United States.

Mrs. Trump visited a few of Egypt’s many cultural sites including the Sphinx, and the Great Pyramid – one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. While there, she also received a briefing about USAID’s Water Table Reduction Project at the base of the Sphinx.

“I want to thank President Abdel Fattah Al Sisi and First Lady Entissar Amer for hosting me in Egypt,” said First Lady Melania Trump. “It was a nice opportunity to see the pyramids in person, which are truly a historical treasure. We must always do our best to preserve such important historical sites, and I was so pleased to learn of the work that USAID has done to help with preservation efforts at the base of the Sphinx.”


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First Lady Melania Trump’s Visit to Kenya

 

 

First Lady Melania Trump’s Visit to Kenya

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First Lady Melania Trump disembarks Bright Star at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport in Nairobi, Kenya and is greeted by Margaret Kenyatta, First Lady of Kenya, U.S. Ambassador to Kenya Robert Godec and Kenyan government officials Thursday, October 4, 2918. | Photo Credit: White House Photo by Andrea Hanks

 

 

First Lady Melania Trump poses for a photo with Margaret Kenyatta, First Lady of Kenya after disembarking Bright Star at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport in Nairobi, Kenya on Thursday, October 4, 2018. | Photo Credit: White House Photo by Andrea Hanks

 

 

 

First Lady Melania Trump Visits Kenya Saturday, October 6, 2018.

 


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President Donald J. Trump

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WASHINGTON DC – President Donald J. Trump participates in a Defense Industrial Base Report Presentation in the Oval Office at 1:45 PM. President Trump participates in a signing ceremony for H.R. 4, the “FAA Reauthorization Act of 2018” in the Oval Office at 2:45 PM.

Vice President Mike Pence participates in a Tom MacArthur for Congress eventin the Oval Office in New York, New York. Vice President Pence participates in a John Faso for Congress event in New York, New York at 1:55 PM.


 

 

First Lady Melania Trump, alongside Angela Sheldrick, CEO of the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, visits baby elephants at the Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage in Nairobi, Kenya. Friday, Oct. 5, 2018, | Photo Credit: White House Photo by Andrea Hanks

 

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First Lady Melania Trump in Malawi

 

First Lady Melania Trump arrives at the Malawi State House in Lilongwe, Malawi and is greeted by Gertrude Mutharika, First Lady of Malawi on Thursday,, October 4, 2018. | Photo Credit: White House Photo by Andrea Hanks

 

 

First Lady Melania Trump Visits Malawi

Reported by Karen Ann Carr

 

 

First Lady Melania Trump and Gertrude Mutharika, First Lady of First Lady Melania Trump of the United States of America and Gertrude Mutharika, First Lady of Malawi view a dance performance at the Malawi State House in Lilongwe, Malawi on Thursday,, October 4, 2018. | Photo Credit: White House Photo by Andrea Hanks

 

 

First Lady Melania Trump of the United States of America and Gertrude Mutharika, First Lady of Malawi view a dance performance at the Malawi State House in Lilongwe, Malawi on Thursday,, October 4, 2018. | Photo Credit: White House Photo by Andrea Hanks

 

 

First Lady Melania Trump poses for a photo with Gertrude Mutharika, First Lady of Malawi, U.S. Ambassador to Malawi Virginia Palmer and guests at the Malawi State House in Lilongwe, Malawi on Thursday,, October 4, 2018. | Photo Credit: White House Photo by Andrea Hanks

 

First Lady Melania Trump in Malawi

 

First Lady Melania Trump delivers remarks at an embassy meet and greet at the Chief of Mission’s Residence in Lilongwe, Malawi Thursday, October 4, 2018. Photo Credit: Official White House Photo by Andrea Hanks

 

Malawi, a landlocked country in southeastern Africa, is defined by its topography of highlands split by the Great Rift Valley and enormous Lake Malawi. The lake’s southern end falls within Lake Malawi National Park – sheltering diverse wildlife from colorful fish to baboons – and its clear waters are popular for diving and boating. Peninsular Cape Maclear is known for its beach resorts.

 

First Lady Melania Trump is introduced at the podium by U.S. Ambassador to Malawi Virginia Palmer during an embassy meet and greet Thursday, Oct. 4, 2018, at the Chief of Mission’s Residence in Lilongwe, Malawi. Photo Credit: White House Photo by Andrea Hanks

 

First Lady Melania Trump participates in a meet and greet with embassy staff and their families Thursday, Oct. 4, 2018, at the Chief of Mission’s Residence in Lilongwe, Malawi. Photo Credit: White House Photo by Andrea Hanks

 

First Lady Melania Trump participates in a meet and greet with embassy staff and their families Thursday, Oct. 4, 2018, at the Chief of Mission’s Residence in Lilongwe, Malawi.
Photo Credit: White House Photo by Andrea Hanks

 

First Lady Melania Trump participates in a meet and greet with embassy staff and their families Thursday, Oct. 4, 2018, at the Chief of Mission’s Residence in Lilongwe, Malawi. Photo Credit: White House Photo by Andrea Hanks

 

First Lady Melania Trump participates in a meet and greet with embassy staff and their families Thursday, Oct. 4, 2018, at the Chief of Mission’s Residence in Lilongwe, Malawi.
Photo Credit: White House Photo by Andrea Hanks

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Wednesday, October 3, 2018

 

 

First Lady Melania Trump

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AFRICA – First Lady Melania Trump Visits Ghana

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First Lady Melania Trump’s Visit to Accra and Cape Coast, Ghana

 

First Lady Melania Trump arrived in Accra, Ghana Tuesday morning. Mrs. Trump was greeted by the First Lady of the Republic of Ghana, Rebecca Akufo-Addo and the Chargé d’Affaires of the United States Embassy to Ghana, Christopher Lamora. Flowers were presented to Mrs. Trump and local schoolchildren greeted her waving United States and Ghanaian flags. Mrs. Trump was welcomed to the Jubilee Lounge for an official meeting with Mrs. Akufo-Addo.

In the afternoon, accompanied by USAID Administrator, Mark Green, Mrs. Trump visited the Greater Accra Regional Hospital, also known as Ridge Hospital. The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) provides robust assistance to this hospital, specifically to support maternal, newborn, and child health. The First Lady and Administrator Green were met by Mrs. Akufo-Addo, the Hospital Medical Director, Dr. Emmanuel Srofenyoh and the Minister of Gender, Children and Social Protection, Cynthia Morrison, who escorted them on a tour of the hospital. The first stop was to the old wing of the hospital, the Child Welfare Clinic, where they observed how newborns were weighed with cloth bags hanging from a scale, and their vitals recorded in a ledger. The medical staff showed Mrs. Trump and Administrator Green how they educate new mothers on infant care and the importance of immunizations and good nutrition. The second stop was to the new wing of the hospital, where the First Lady and her delegation visited the newborn intensive care unit. Mrs. Trump also had the opportunity to meet with new mothers being trained in the hospital’s Kangaroo Mother Care – a method used in caring for premature babies where infants are held skin-to-skin with the mother. Before departing, Mrs. Trump donated baby blankets, teddy bears, weighing sacks, and diaper bags to the hospital. All donations were personally selected by the First Lady.


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Friday, October 5, 2018

 

First Lady Melania Trump in Nairobi, Kenya

 

First Lady Melania Trump disembarks Bright Star at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport in Nairobi, Kenya and is greeted by Margaret Kenyatta, First Lady of Kenya, U.S. Ambassador to Kenya Robert Godec and Kenyan government officials Thursday, October 4, 2018. | Photo Credit: White House Photo by Andrea Hanks

 

 

First Lady Melania Trump

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First Lady Melania Trump receives flowers after disembarking Bright Star at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport in Nairobi, Kenya and is greeted by Margaret Kenyatta, First Lady of Kenya, U.S. Ambassador to Kenya Robert Godec and Kenyan government officials Thursday, October 4, 2018,. | Photo Source: Office of the First Lady Kenya

 

First Lady Melania Trump receives flowers after disembarking Bright Star at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport in Nairobi, Kenya and is greeted by Margaret Kenyatta, First Lady of Kenya, U.S. Ambassador to Kenya Robert Godec and Kenyan government officials Thursday, October 4, 2018,. | Photo Source: Office of the First Lady Kenya
First Lady Melania Trump receives flowers after disembarking Bright Star at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport in Nairobi, Kenya and is greeted by Margaret Kenyatta, First Lady of Kenya, U.S. Ambassador to Kenya Robert Godec and Kenyan government officials Thursday, October 4, 2018,. | Photo Credit: White House Photo by Andrea Hanks

 

First Lady Melania Trump receives flowers after disembarking Bright Star at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport in Nairobi, Kenya and is greeted by Margaret Kenyatta, First Lady of Kenya, U.S. Ambassador to Kenya Robert Godec and Kenyan government officials Thursday, October 4, 2018,. | Photo Source: Office of the First Lady Kenya

 

First Lady Melania Trump receives flowers after disembarking Bright Star at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport in Nairobi, Kenya and is greeted by Margaret Kenyatta, First Lady of Kenya, U.S. Ambassador to Kenya Robert Godec and Kenyan government officials Thursday, October 4, 2018,. | Photo Source: Office of the First Lady Kenya

 

First Lady Melania Trump arrives at the State House in Nairobi, Kenya Friday, Oct. 5, 2018, and poses for a photo with Margaret Kenyatta, First Lady of Kenya. Photo Credit: White House Photo by Andrea Hanks

 

First Lady Melania Trump’s Visit to Nairobi, Kenya

 

First Lady Melania Trump arrived in Nairobi, Kenya late on Thursday evening. She was greeted by the First Lady of the Republic of Kenya, Margaret Kenyatta and the United States Ambassador to the Republic of Kenya, Robert Godec.

On the morning of Friday, October 5, Mrs. Trump traveled to Nairobi National Park. Upon arrival, she went to the Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage to learn about their facilities and mission and to observe the staff engage in their daily routine of feeding the baby elephants rescued by the shelter. Mrs. Trump, joined by Mrs. Kenyatta, fed the baby elephants with large bottles of milk. After the feeding concluded, Mrs. Trump spoke with briefly Angela Sheldrick, the owner of Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, and Edwin Lusuchi, the Chief Elephant Keeper.

On the Safari, the First Lady was able to see many wild animals including zebras, hippos, rhinos, and giraffes. Along the way, Mrs. Trump was briefed by Nelly Palmeris, the senior warden of Nairobi National Park, about the conservation efforts of the Kenya Wildlife Service. Near the end of the tour, Mrs. Trump visited one of the ivory burn sites, which are important landmarks in conservation, where Kenyan president Daniel arap Moi made a dramatic statement to poachers by setting fire to 11 tons of seized ivory in 1989.

Following her visit at Nairobi National Park, Mrs. Trump visited the Nest Baby Village part of the Nest Children’s Home, which cares for children ages newborn to 17 whose mothers are imprisoned. This shelter focuses on children by providing them with clothing and food, emotional support, medical care, and educational opportunities.

Director and founder of the Nest Children’s Home, Irene Baumgartner, greeted the First Lady. Children sang and danced around Mrs. Trump to welcome her and escorted her to the nursery village. Mrs. Trump met with the staff and held many of the babies. Outside in the gardens, older children sang to the First Lady. Mrs. Trump read a story titled The Lion and the Mouse. Before departing, the children circled the First Lady for a prayer and each child gave her a flower.

The shelter, which has been in operation since 1994, is a charitable trust that relies solely on private donations. The First Lady donated baby blankets, teddy bears, and children’s bags containing several items, including Frisbees and water bottles.

In the late afternoon, Mrs. Trump joined Mrs. Kenyatta at the State House for a private meeting where they discussed their shared goals within their respective countries – noting the importance of maternal health and education for children. First Lady Melania Trump and First Lady Margaret Kenyatta visited the Nairobi National Theater for a cultural performance by the Sarakasi Allstars. The audience included children from various schools and programs including the Nest and USAID Nilendi program.

Mrs. Trump also attended an Embassy Meet and Greet in order to thank United States Ambassador Robert Godec and Embassy employees for their service.

“My time in Kenya impacted me greatly and I want to thank everyone who took the time to meet with me, especially Mrs. Kenyatta,” said First Lady Melania Trump. “The hospitality that I received made the experience so special. I was awed by the beauty of Nairobi National Park and was very interested to learn more about Kenya’s conservation efforts. The Nest is a prime example of what it means to protect and nurture our next generation – seeing their efforts shape the lives of so many children is something I will never forget. I look forward to visiting again in the future.”

First Lady Melania Trump with Margaret Kenyatta, First Lady of Kenya in Nairobi, Kenya on Friday, October 5, 2018.
Photo Source: Office of the First Lady Kenya

 

First Lady Margaret Kenyatta, of Kenya feeds elephant in Nairobi, Kenya on Friday, October 5, 2018.
Photo Source: Office of the First Lady Kenya
First Lady Melania Trump, of the United States of America feeds elephant in Nairobi, Kenya on Friday, October 5, 2018.
Photo Source: Office of the First Lady Kenya

 

First Lady Margaret Kenyatta, of Kenya with elephant in Nairobi, Kenya on Friday, October 5, 2018.
Photo Source: Office of the First Lady Kenya
First Lady Melania Trump’s Visit to Africa First Lady Melania Trump visits an ivory burn site with Nelly Palmeris, Nairobi National Park Game Warden Friday, Oct. 5, 2018, at the Nairobi National Park in Nairobi, Kenya.
Photo Credit: White House Photo by Andrea Hanks
First Lady Melania Trump’s Visit to Africa First Lady Melania Trump visits an ivory burn site with Nelly Palmeris, Nairobi National Park Game Warden Friday, Oct. 5, 2018, at the Nairobi National Park in Nairobi, Kenya.
Photo Credit: White House Photo by Andrea Hanks
First Lady Melania Trump’s Visit to Africa First Lady Melania Trump visits an ivory burn site with Nelly Palmeris, Nairobi National Park Game Warden Friday, Oct. 5, 2018, at the Nairobi National Park in Nairobi, Kenya.
Photo Credit: White House Photo by Andrea Hanks
First Lady Melania Trump’s Visit to Africa First Lady Melania Trump visits an ivory burn site with Nelly Palmeris, Nairobi National Park Game Warden Friday, Oct. 5, 2018, at the Nairobi National Park in Nairobi, Kenya.
Photo Credit: White House Photo by Andrea Hanks

 

The White House First Lady Melania Trump’s Visit to Africa Baby elephants are seen during First Lady Melania Trump’s visit to the Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage in Nairobi, Kenya on October 5, 2018. Photo Credit: White House Photo by Andrea Hanks

First Lady Melania Trump arrives at the Malawi State House in Lilongwe, Malawi, and is greeted by Gertrude Mutharika, First Lady of Malawi on Thursday, October 4, 2018. Mrs. Trump and Mrs. Mutharika, the First Lady of Malawi presented gifts, view a dance performance pose for pictures , enjoys chatting over tea and participates during festivities at the Malawi State House in Lilongwe, Malawi of Africa.

First Lady Melania Trump then delivers remarks at an embassy meet and greets US , at the Chief of Mission’s Residence in Lilongwe, Malawi.

 

First Lady Melania Trump delivers remarks at an embassy meet and greet Thursday, Oct. 4, 2018, at the Chief of Mission’s Residence in Lilongwe, Malawi. Photo Credit: Official White House Photo by Andrea Hanks

 

Malawi, a landlocked country in southeastern Africa, is defined by its topography of highlands split by the Great Rift Valley and enormous Lake Malawi. The lake’s southern end falls within Lake Malawi National Park – sheltering diverse wildlife from colorful fish to baboons – and its clear waters are popular for diving and boating. Peninsular Cape Maclear is known for its beach resorts.

 

First Lady Melania Trump is introduced at the podium by U.S. Ambassador to Malawi Virginia Palmer during an embassy meet and greet Thursday, Oct. 4, 2018, at the Chief of Mission’s Residence in Lilongwe, Malawi. Photo Credit: White House Photo by Andrea Hanks
First Lady Melania Trump participates in a meet and greet with embassy staff and their families Thursday, Oct. 4, 2018, at the Chief of Mission’s Residence in Lilongwe, Malawi. Photo Credit: White House Photo by Andrea Hanks

 

First Lady Melania Trump participates in a meet and greet with embassy staff and their families Thursday, Oct. 4, 2018, at the Chief of Mission’s Residence in Lilongwe, Malawi.
Photo Credit: White House Photo by Andrea Hanks

 

First Lady Melania Trump participates in a meet and greet with embassy staff and their families Thursday, Oct. 4, 2018, at the Chief of Mission’s Residence in Lilongwe, Malawi. Photo Credit: White House Photo by Andrea Hanks
First Lady Melania Trump participates in a meet and greet with embassy staff and their families Thursday, Oct. 4, 2018, at the Chief of Mission’s Residence in Lilongwe, Malawi.
Photo Credit: White House Photo by Andrea Hanks
First Lady Melania Trump talks to Maureen Masi, Head Teacher of Chipala Primary School, during her visit to at the Chipala Primary School in Lilongwe, Malawi on Thursday, October 4, 2018.
White House Photo by Andrea Hanks

 

First Lady Melania Trump, alongside Maureen Masi, Head Teacher of Chipala Primary School, observes children learning the English and Chichewa languages Thursday, October 4, 2018, at the Chipala Primary School in Lilongwe, Malawi. Photo Credit: White House Photo by Andrea Hanks

 

First Lady Melania Trump, alongside Maureen Masi, Head Teacher of Chipala Primary School, observes children learning the English and Chichewa languages Thursday, October 4, 2018, at the Chipala Primary School in Lilongwe, Malawi. Photo Credit: White House Photo by Andrea Hanks
First Lady Melania Trump, alongside Maureen Masi, Head Teacher of Chipala Primary School, observes children learning the English and Chichewa languages Thursday, October 4, 2018, at the Chipala Primary School in Lilongwe, Malawi. Photo Credit: White House Photo by Andrea Hanks

First Lady Melania Trump, alongside Maureen Masi, Head Teacher of Chipala Primary School, observes children learning the English and Chichewa languages Thursday, October 4, 2018, at the Chipala Primary School in Lilongwe, Malawi. Photo Credit: White House Photo by Andrea Hanks
First Lady Melania Trump, alongside Maureen Masi, Head Teacher of Chipala Primary School, observes children learning the English and Chichewa languages Thursday, Oct. 4, 2018, at the Chipala Primary School in Lilongwe, Malawi. Mrs. Trump gains a new friend after being observed assessing children learning the English and Chichewa languages. Photo Credit:White House Photo by Andrea Hanks
First Lady Melania Trump, alongside Maureen Masi, Head Teacher of Chipala Primary School, observes children learning the English and Chichewa languages Thursday, Oct. 4, 2018, at the Chipala Primary School in Lilongwe, Malawi. Mrs. Trump gains a new friend after being observed assessing children learning the English and Chichewa languages. Photo Credit:White House Photo by Andrea Hanks
First Lady Melania Trump, alongside Maureen Masi, Head Teacher of Chipala Primary School, observes children learning the English and Chichewa languages Thursday, Oct. 4, 2018, at the Chipala Primary School in Lilongwe, Malawi. Mrs. Trump gains a new friend after being observed assessing children learning the English and Chichewa languages. Photo Credit:White House Photo by Andrea Hanks
First Lady Melania Trump, alongside Maureen Masi, Head Teacher of Chipala Primary School, observes children learning the English and Chichewa languages Thursday, Oct. 4, 2018, at the Chipala Primary School in Lilongwe, Malawi. Mrs. Trump gains a new friend after being observed assessing children learning the English and Chichewa languages. Photo Credit:White House Photo by Andrea Hanks
First Lady Melania Trump, alongside Maureen Masi, Head Teacher of Chipala Primary School, observes children learning the English and Chichewa languages Thursday, Oct. 4, 2018, at the Chipala Primary School in Lilongwe, Malawi. Mrs. Trump gains a new friend after being observed assessing children learning the English and Chichewa languages. Photo Credit:White House Photo by Andrea Hanks
First Lady Melania Trump, alongside Maureen Masi, Head Teacher of Chipala Primary School, observes children learning the English and Chichewa languages Thursday, Oct. 4, 2018, at the Chipala Primary School in Lilongwe, Malawi. Mrs. Trump gains a new friend after being observed assessing children learning the English and Chichewa languages. Photo Credit:White House Photo by Andrea Hanks

 

First Lady Melania Trump, alongside Maureen Masi, Head Teacher of Chipala Primary School, observes children learning the English and Chichewa languages Thursday, Oct. 4, 2018, at the Chipala Primary School in Lilongwe, Malawi. Mrs. Trump gains a new friend after being observed assessing children learning the English and Chichewa languages. Photo Credit:White House Photo by Andrea Hanks

 

First Lady Melania Trump, alongside Maureen Masi, Head Teacher of Chipala Primary School, observes children learning the English and Chichewa languages Thursday, Oct. 4, 2018, at the Chipala Primary School in Lilongwe, Malawi. Mrs. Trump gains a new friend after being observed assessing children learning the English and Chichewa languages. Photo Credit:White House Photo by Andrea Hanks

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