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Send President Trump A Christmas Card


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Wish President Trump, First Lady Melania, and the rest of the First Family a Merry Christmas!


Sign the card and leave your personal note:



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  1. This is so fine. I loved signing a Christmas card to President Trump and his family. How can we thank him enough for what he has already accomplished! He’s a most amazing President and the best one America has ever had!


  2. If he continues in his strenght and conquest of these Fakers in Washington, in my estimation he will go down in history as THE best president we have ever had. My hat is off to you President Trump!

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        1. HAHAHAHAHA!!!!! He didn’t even win in 2016. He lost by 3 million votes! Trump will be gone next year when Dems win the majority in congress.

          1. Maybe next year the Dems will learn how to count, …. The year after, A,B,C’s. ( America’s Biggest Crybabies ).

          2. Uhhh…excuse me, dude, but you obviously need a lesson in how presidential elections work in this country. You see, in the United States of America, we do not elect our presidents based upon popular vote as you are suggesting. If we did, then, yes, you would be correct, and he would have lost the election to Criminal Hillary and my wife and I would have already renounced our US citizenship and moved to another country. But we don’t. We elect our presidents based upon what’s called an electoral college. When you vote in a presidential election, you’re not actually voting for a candidate, you’re voting for electors who will vote for that candidate in December before the US Congress. There are a total of 538 electors and thus, 538 “electoral college” votes up for grabs in a presidential election. A candidate for the presidency needs to win at least 270 or more electoral college votes in order to win the election and become President of the United States. In the case of the 2016 presidential election, while you are correct that Clinton got 65,853,516 POPULAR votes to Donald Trump’s 62,984,82 popular votes, Donald Trump won 304 ELECTORAL COLLEGE votes to Clinton’s 227. Furthermore, Donald Trump carried 30 of the 50 states in this Union versus only 20 for Clinton. So, because we elect our presidents based upon electoral college votes rather than popular votes, and because Donald Trump got more than 270 electoral college votes and Clinton got fewer than 270, Donald Trump became the legitimate winner of the election and had every right in the world to be inaugurated as President. So before you start spouting your ignorant drivel, get an education about how things work in this great country of ours! Like it or not, Donald Trump is the legitimate winner of the election and therefore the legitimate President of the United States. If you don’t like it, BYE!!!!

          3. And, she LOST the Electoral College vote. This is the 5’th time this has happened. ACCEPT it!

          4. FACE IT! YOU “guys” of the Liberal LEFT, cannot accept defeat. Are U old enough to remember the “hanging chads” controversy in Florida when Bush 43 ran? I used to live in Florida for 3.5 YEARS! Hanging chads BS! MOST seniors in FL go to Bingo, & can watch 5-10 cards at a time! GROW UP! #1, California does NOT get to RULE the USA. #2, ANY guesses on HOW many of the Votes cast nationwide & in California were cast by ILLEGAL ALIENS? #3, ANY guesses on HOW many DEAD people voted in 2016?

          5. We didn’t lose, Hillary won by 3 million votes. CA is part of the United States.

            Provide proof of these illegal and dead people voting. Of course you have none, you disgusting, lying sack of shyte.

  4. Thank you President Trump. Keep up the good work, Drain the Swamp. Merry Christmas to President Trump and Family

    1. I now call it a giant toilet, with corrupt politicians swarming like flies, enjoying every dip into the fecal matter. It’s beyond a SWAMP…It’s a sewage backup that needs Plumber Trump!

          1. Barry barrsko hussein obama is 2 or more races…he is half WHITE CAUCASIAN and half African decendant…sorry Larry Huff but your fantasy of having a black man deep inside your ass was not satisfied by Obfuko the muslim worse president in US history.

          2. That muslim nigger is half black and half white supremacist honkey. He is however 100% anti American and anti Jewish

          3. 9 trillion added to the deficit. Shovel ready jobs. Cash for clunkers. 1% GDP. Regulations out the ass. Hide Hezbollah drug runners from DEA. DACA. Fast and furious. Uranium One. Larry what universe are you living in.

          4. 9 trillion came from the Bush economic crash, Obama grew the economy by 3%, there is no such thing as Uranium one.


          5. Merry Christmas to you Larry. Enjoy the tax cuts 2018. President Trump says your welcome. 🎄

          6. Tax cuts??????? HAHAHAHAHA!!!!! Happy Holidays to your wealthy masters, you ignorant Nazzi fuuk!

          7. Good Grief, is that ALL YOU do? Sling insults at anyone who disagrees with you? YOU might want to consider Counseling &/or Anger management sessions.

          8. Dude, man, you need to go get your head examined. You’re obviously delusional. The only thing Obama ever succeeded in doing was to flush this country straight down the toilet!!!! I’m just glad that President Trump has access to the sewer system and can start bringing it back!!!!

  5. Not only is President Trump cleaning up decades of swamp scum, and returning common sense back to governing, but he is methodically distancing us from the Globalist Agenda. We needed a successful business person to do what he is doing. He can multi task and knows exactly how to get from point A to point B. He is a problem solver…..and God knows this country is rife with problems.

  6. The sludge in the NWO deep state swamp is thick and nasty, we know. Help us to keep draining it, President Trump, as the nation of “deplorables” is right behind you. I ask as a New Year wish, that you continue your work in exposing the dark web which is still thriving and selling children all over the globe. Peace & protection, to you and your family.

  7. I am both thrilled and honored to be able to offer my best wishes to the Trump Family at this time of year. I don’t think that many people realize what a tremendous sacrifice the Family has made in order to serve this Nation and Make America Great Again. Prior to this, the President and his family lived a life of relative ease and freedom and respect. Since he took office, all that he has been faced with is gross disrespect, threats of violence, threats of impeachment and cruel and false accusations by people being highly paid to make them.

    When I first viewed the Trump Family on TV coverage of the Inaugural Ball, I was so proud of all of them and so proud to have them as our First Family. I felt that this would be the beginning of a new era of Pride in being American. But the Media has destroyed it all and turned it into a daily nightmare of snares and traps and accusations and innuendo’s, and yet with no proof of anything. But it still, effectively keeps a dark cloud over the Administration and will not allow the sun to shine through. How very sad for America !

  8. Thank you Roger for giving us the opportunity to send the digital Christmas card to the BEST President we have ever had! You are Awesome Roger!

  9. The idea that FISA could be used against political enemies always seemed far-fetched. Now it might not be.
    http://www.fisc.uscourts.gov/sites/default/files/APR 25 Order.pdf?#page=7




    Alas, after 20 years, I may have to revise my thinking. The theory of the Clinton DOJ brass in imposing the Wall was the potential that a rogue criminal investigator, lacking sufficient evidence to obtain a traditional wiretap, would manufacture a national-security angle in order to get a wiretap under the 1978 Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA). A traditional wiretap requires evidence amounting to probable cause of commission of a crime. A FISA wiretap requires no showing of a crime, just evidence amounting to probable cause that the target of the wiretap is an agent of a foreign power. (A foreign power can be another country or a foreign terrorist organization.) 10 Officials That Didn’t Survive the Trump Administration 00:00 01:04 Powered by The reason the Wall theory was absurd was that a rogue agent would surely manufacture evidence of a crime before he’d manufacture a national-security angle. The process of getting a traditional wiretap is straightforward: FBI crim-div agents and a district assistant U.S. attorney (AUSA) write the supporting affidavit; it gets approved by the AUSA’s supervisors; then it is submitted to the Justice Department’s electronic-surveillance unit; after that unit’s approval, the attorney general’s designee signs off; then the AUSA and the FBI present the application to a district judge. FISA wiretaps, by contrast, go through a completely different, more difficult and remote chain of command. In it, the district AUSA and FBI crim-div agents who started the investigation get cut out of the process, which is taken over by Main Justice’s National Security Division and the FBI’s national-security agents. In other words, if we assume an agent is inclined to be a rogue, it would be far easier (and less likely of detection) to trump up evidence of a crime in order to satisfy the probable-cause standard for a traditional wiretap than to manufacture a national-security threat in order to get a FISA wiretap. No rational rogue would do it. But now, let’s consider the press reports — excerpted in David French’s Corner post — that claim that the Obama Justice Department and the FBI sought FISA warrants against Trump insiders, and potentially against Donald Trump himself, during the last months and weeks of the presidential campaign. It’s an interesting revelation, particularly in light of last fall’s media consternation over “banana republic” tactics against political adversaries, triggered by Trump’s vow to appoint a special prosecutor to investigate serious allegations of criminal misconduct against Hillary Clinton — consternation echoed by Senate Democrats during Tuesday’s confirmation hearing for attorney-general nominee Jeff Sessions. From the three reports, from the Guardian, Heat Street, and the New York Times, it appears the FBI had concerns about a private server in Trump Tower that was connected to one or two Russian banks. Heat Street describes these concerns as centering on “possible financial and banking offenses.” I italicize the word “offenses” because it denotes crimes. Ordinarily, when crimes are suspected, there is a criminal investigation, not a national-security investigation. According to the New York Times (based on FBI sources), the FBI initially determined that the Trump Tower server did not have “any nefarious purpose.” But then, Heat Street says, “the FBI’s counter-intelligence arm, sources say, re-drew an earlier FISA court request around possible financial and banking offenses related to the server.” Again, agents do not ordinarily draw FISA requests around possible crimes. Possible crimes prompt applications for regular criminal wiretaps because the objective is to prosecute any such crimes in court. (It is rare and controversial to use FISA wiretaps in criminal prosecutions.) FISA applications, to the contrary, are drawn around people suspected of being operatives of a (usually hostile) foreign power. The Heat Street report continues: The first [FISA] request, which, sources say, named Trump, was denied back in June, but the second was drawn more narrowly and was granted in October after evidence was presented of a server, possibly related to the Trump campaign, and its alleged links to two banks; [sic] SVB Bank and Russia’s Alfa Bank. While the Times story speaks of metadata, sources suggest that a FISA warrant was granted to look at the full content of emails and other related documents that may concern US persons. (A “US person” is a citizen or lawful permanent resident alien. Such people normally may not be subjected to searches or electronic eavesdropping absent probable cause of a crime; an exception is FISA, which — to repeat — allows such investigative tactics if there is probable cause that they are agents of a foreign power.) Agents do not ordinarily draw FISA requests around possible crimes. Possible crimes prompt applications for regular criminal wiretaps, because the objective is to prosecute any such crimes in court. Obviously, we haven’t seen the FBI affidavits (assuming they actually exist), and we do not know lots of other relevant facts. What we have, however, suggests that someone at the FBI initially had concerns that banking laws were being violated, but when the Bureau looked into it, investigators found no crimes were being committed. Rather than drop the matter for lack of evidence of criminal offenses, the Justice Department and FBI pursued it as a national-security investigation. In June, an initial FISA affidavit (obviously prepared by the FBI and the Justice Department’s National Security Division) was submitted to the FISA court. It is said to have “named Trump” — but we don’t know whether that means (a) his name merely came up somewhere in the text of the affidavit or (b) he was an actual target whom the government wanted to investigate under FISA (meaning eavesdrop, read e-mail, and the like). Even though the FISA standard is generally thought to be less demanding than the traditional wiretap standard (it is easier to show that someone may be colluding in some way with a foreign government than that he has committed a crime), the FISA court rejected the application that “named Trump.” Five months later, the Justice Department and FBI submitted a second, more “narrowly” drawn affidavit to the FISA court. The way the Heat Street report is written intimates that Trump is not named in this October application for FISA surveillance. The tie to Trump also appears weak: Heat Street says the FISA court was presented with evidence of a server “possibly related” to the Trump campaign and its “alleged links” to two Russian banks. To summarize, it appears there were no grounds for a criminal investigation of banking violations against Trump. Presumably based on the fact that the bank or banks at issue were Russian, the Justice Department and the FBI decided to continue investigating on national-security grounds. A FISA application in which Trump was “named” was rejected by the FISA court as overbroad, notwithstanding that the FISA court usually looks kindly on government surveillance requests. A second, more narrow application, apparently not naming Trump, may have been granted five months later; the best the media can say about it, however, is that the server on which the application centers is “possibly” related to the Trump campaign’s “alleged” links to two Russian banks — under circumstances in which the FBI has previously found no “nefarious purpose” in some (undescribed) connection between Trump Tower and at least one Russian bank (whose connection to Putin’s regime is not described). MORE FBI YES, INVESTIGATE THE INVESTIGATORS PUBLIC SERVANTS, YOUR RESPONSIBILITIES TRUMP YOUR RIGHT TO PARTISAN PARTICIPATION ON STRZOK, LET’S WAIT FOR THE EVIDENCE That is tissue-thin indeed. It’s a good example of why investigations properly proceed in secret and are not publicly announced unless and until the government is ready to put its money where its mouth is by charging someone. It’s a good example of why FISA surveillance is done in secret and its results are virtually never publicized — the problem is not just the possibility of tipping off the hostile foreign power; there is also the potential of tainting U.S. persons who may have done nothing wrong. While it’s too early to say for sure, it may also be an example of what I thought would never actually happen: the government pretextually using its national-security authority to continue a criminal investigation after determining it lacked evidence of crimes. — Andrew C. McCarthy is a senior policy fellow at the National Review Institute and

  10. “If the FBI did provide a defensive briefing or similar warning to the [Trump] campaign, then that would raise important questions about how the Trump campaign responded,” Grassley wrote. “On the other hand, if the FBI did not alert the campaign, then that would raise serious questions about what factors contributed to its decision and why it appears to have been handled differently in a very similar circumstance involving a previous campaign.”
    The FBI reportedly began investigating Paul Manafort and his foreign business dealings in 2014. Recent press reports also allege that Manafort was the target of Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act monitoring by the Obama administration in 2016 while he was working as chairman of the Trump campaign. Further, former FBI Director James Comey publicly testified that the FBI began investigating ties between Trump campaign associates and Russians by July of 2016 and that President Trump was not under investigation. If the FBI had sufficient information regarding counterintelligence concerns to authorize these investigative activities, then it is important to understand whether it took steps to provide a defensive briefing or otherwise warn the candidate before the election.

    In his letter to FBI Director Christopher Wray, Grassley requests details about any defensive briefings or warnings provided to now-President Trump or any Trump campaign officials and the FBI’s policies and practices relating to defensive briefings to political campaigns. Grassley also asks the FBI to explain its reasoning if it did not warn the Trump campaign


  11. I have been through 11 presidents and from what I see, every president since Kennedy has been making incremental moves against America, however, Trump is the first since then to make moves for America. Totally refreshing to see and experience. Trump in 2020!!! Roger Stone rocks DC!

  12. Merry Christmas Donald and Melania, from Canada!
    Hopefully your strength and courage will help to inspire the spineless leaders of my socialist country.


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