White House "Calm Before The Storm" Explanation Comes Up Short

Letter to the editor     As an avid observer of president Trump
    Creston Valley Advance Staff Fri Oct 6th 2017 1:30amLetters

Letter to the editor As an avid observer of president Trump Creston Valley Advance Staff Fri Oct 6th 2017 1:30amLetters

As soon as the president put on the accent, the first lady, standing at his side, glared at the back of his head. A plot twist was ahead.

Reporters were led hastily to the grand State Dining Room, where they walked into a scene of the president, his highest-ranking military aides and their spouses posing for a group photo. One skeptically asked, "Are you Melania Trump?".

Trump tweeted earlier in the day that the Senate Intelligence Committee, which is continuing to investigate Russian interference in the 2016 election, should instead focus its efforts on "looking into the Fake News Networks in OUR country".

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Trump said Melania just wanted to look good "out of respect to the White House" at public appearances, but usually changed into more comfortable footwear when not in the public eye.

Trump had a double-barreled rage tweet Thursday, Ngo reports for Newsday. What's the storm? Could be the calm - the calm before the storm. ISIS? North Korea? Iran?

On this week's episode of So You Think You Can President? we're left with a cliffhanger. Media pundits spent much of the day Friday trying to guess what he meant.

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That prompted White House budget director Mick Mulvaney to spell out in black and white that there was no bail out in the works for Puerto Rico.

For decades, Trump played popular culture's role of the stereotypical rich guy, and he starred in the reality game show, "The Apprentice", for more than a decade.

"Can't believe I finally got a good story in the @washingtonpost".

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The comments caused worry amid tensions with North Korea and following a hastily called news conference on Wednesday at which Secretary of State Rex Tillerson denied he was planning to resign. You'll find out. We have the world's great military people. Maybe the president will tear up the Iran Deal-another point of disagreement with Tillerson-with no alternative plan to prevent the rise of another hostile nuclear power. What that might involve was not clear, but Trump referred to a popular GOP proposal that would have the federal government turn over money for health care directly to states in the form of block grants.

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