Trump tweets take on Obamacare, Jackie Evancho, ‘dishonest media’

President-elect Donald Trump continues to comment on policy and other topics through Twitter. (AP photo)
President-elect Donald Trump continues to comment on policy and other topics through Twitter. (AP photo)

 

On Obamacare:

Context: It’s the second day in a row the president-elect has used the word “clown” to describe Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer. Schumer has responded today by saying “this is not a time for calling names.” The vow to repeal Obamacare has been a top priority for the Republican-controlled Congress.

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On Jackie Evancho:

Context: According to a fact check by The Associated Press, the album sales of the teenage singer have not risen much. Evancho announced she would sing the national anthem at Trump’s inauguration on Dec. 14. She sold 7,206 albums the week ending Dec. 15, 13,788 albums the next week, and 11,096 albums the following week (which ended Dec. 29). Some of the credit for the rise may have come from the announcement, though much could also be from her performance on NBC’s “America’s Got Talent” on Dec. 19, and her releasing a holiday album in late October, with holiday albums generally selling well during the holidays.

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On the media and Julian Assange:

Context: Trump has taken jabs at media coverage throughout his campaign, and has continued to do so since the election. Assange’s WikiLeaks organization has been under criminal investigation for its role in classified information leaks, and Trump was criticized for appearing to embrace Assange.

On manufacturing:

Context: Another favorite topic of Trump’s. It’s the third automaker this week he has gone after on Twitter. According to the AP, Trump has the location of Toyota’s new plant wrong. The company announced in April it would build the factory in the central part of the country. Yesterday, he tweeted out a thanks to Ford for scrapping a new plant in Mexico. Ford said Trump was not the main factor in its decision. He went after GM earlier this week, as well.

From Donald Trump: Low-energy Jeb, Crooked Hillary…’Clown’ Schumer?

President-elect Donald Trump, derided as a clown by the New York Daily News, has tried to tag Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer as a clown on Twitter.
President-elect Donald Trump, derided as a clown by the New York Daily News, has tried to tag Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer as a clown on Twitter.

For the second day in a row, President-elect Donald Trump is attaching one of his favorite epithets — “clown” — to Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer on Twitter.

 

“The Democrats, lead by head clown Chuck Schumer, know how bad ObamaCare is and what a mess they are in,” Trump tweeted this morning.

 

 

On Wednesday, Trump referred to Democrats who support the health care law as “Schumer clowns.”

 

Part-time Palm Beach resident Trump is well-known for his ability to make unflattering nicknames stick to his opponents — as “Crooked” Hillary Clinton, “Little” Marco Rubio, “Lyin'” Ted Cruz and “low-energy” Jeb Bush can attest.

 

Schumer isn’t the most likely candidate for Trump ridicule. Trump has contributed $10,800 to Schumer’s campaigns over the years and, according to a recent New York Post report, the president-elect likes Schumer more than Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., or House Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wisc.

 

 

 

“I have always had a good relationship with Chuck Schumer. He is far smarter than Harry R and has the ability to get things done. Good news!” Trump tweeted in November when Schumer was tapped to lead Senate Democrats upon Nevada Sen. Harry Reid‘s retirement.

 

According to TrumpTwitterArchive.com, Trump has tweeted or retweeted the “clown” 44 times.

 

Among those deemed clowns by Trump: Republican pollster Frank Luntz, conservative columnist Charles Krauthammer, Republican strategist Karl Rove and comedian Jon Stewart.

 

 

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Battle lines were drawn sharply on Capitol Hill as President-elect Trump and GOP lawmakers prepared to square off with rival Democrats on the “repeal and replacement” of Obamacare. Democrats unveiled a slogan critical of Trump and Republican health care reform repeal efforts: “Make America sick again.”

Trump and Democrats also dueled over the latest twist in the email hacking saga and alleged Russian involvement, the interview of Wikileak’s Julian Assange on Fox News. Trump tweeted that Julian Assange said “a 14 year old could have hacked Podesta” – why was DNC so careless? Also said Russians did not give him the info!” But members of Trump’s own party continue breaking ranks with the president-elect on this issue. Speaking on MSNBC, U.S. Sen. Tom Cotton, an Arkansas Republican, said “I have a lot more faith in our intelligence officers … than I do in people like Julian Assange.”

Lost in the debating over Obamacare and hacking: New appointments, including Jay Clayton to head the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. Clayton has ties to Goldman Sachs.

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WHITE HOUSE CHIEF OF STAFF: Reince Priebus

CHIEF STRATEGIST AND SENIOR COUNSELOR: Stephen K. Bannon

SECRETARY OF STATE: Rex Tillerson

SECRETARY OF TREASURY: Steve Mnuchin

SECRETARY OF DEFENSE: James Mattis

ATTORNEY GENERAL: Jeff Sessions

SECRETARY OF THE INTERIOR: Ryan Zinke

SECRETARY OF COMMERCE: Wilbur Ross

Steve Bannon
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SECRETARY OF LABOR: Andrew Puzder

SECRETARY OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES: Tom Price

SECRETARY OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT: Ben Carson

SECRETARY OF TRANSPORTATION: Elaine Chao

SECRETARY OF ENERGY: Rick Perry

SECRETARY OF EDUCATION: Betsy DeVos

SECRETARY OF HOMELAND SECURITY: John Kelly

NATIONAL SECURITY ADVISER: Michael T. Flynn

EPA ADMINISTRATOR: Scott Pruitt

CIA DIRECTOR: Mike Pompeo

UN AMBASSADOR: Nikki Haley

SMALL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION HEAD: Linda McMahon

Senior White House leadership team, listed on Donald Trump’s official presidential transition website: Vice President-Elect Mike Pence as team chair, with Ben Carson, Chris Christie, Newt Gingrich, Michael T. Flynn, Rudy Giuliani, Jeff Sessions as vice chairs. The following have also been announced as joining the team’s executive committee: Lou Barletta, Marsha Blackburn, Pam Bondi (currently Florida’s Attorney General), Chris Collins, Jared Kushner, Tom Marino, Rebekah Mercer, Steven Mnuchin, Devin Nunes, Anthony Scaramucci, Peter Thiel, Donald Trump Jr., Eric Trump, and Ivanka Trump.

POSITIONS THAT REMAIN TO BE FILLED: Secretary of Agriculture, Secretary of Veterans Affairs.

Trump tweets on Julian Assange, Obamacare, Ford

Donald J. Trump Super Tuesday Press Conference at Mar-A-Lago in Palm Beach, Florida on March 1, 2016. (Allen Eyestone / The Palm Beach Post)
Donald J. Trump Super Tuesday Press Conference at Mar-A-Lago in Palm Beach, Florida on March 1, 2016. (Allen Eyestone / The Palm Beach Post)

On Julian Assange and the hacking accusations:

Context: The hacking of the Democrats’ email has lived well beyond the end of the 2016 presidential campaign. Democrats blame the Russians for the hacking. U.S. intelligence agencies, and influential GOP Senators, also point the finger at Moscow and Vladimir Putin. Tuesday evening’s interview with Wikileaks chief Julian Assange on Fox News offered Trump a chance to counter the preponderance of evidence and voices pointing blame at the Russians, and threatening to undermine his mandate.

 

On media bias:

Context: This was a major campaign theme, that a biased media coupled with a corrupt political establishment, shafts the America. Why stop now?

 

 On Ford abandoning plans to move a plant to Mexico:

Context: Trump’s focus on jobs – key to his campaign and Nov. 8 win – is arguably an issue that has won him post-election credibility. He tweeted about this on Tuesday, and expect him to keep this issue on the front burner.

 

On Obamacare:

Context: The “repeal and replacement” of Obamacare is a top priority with the convening of the 115th Congress, and the inauguration just 16 days away. The mention of U.S. Sen. Chuck Schumer is notable as Schumer took to Twitter Tuesday to debunk the thought of a “Twitter presidency” and defend Obamacare. Game on.

Donald Trump to hold news conference; Russia remains hot topic after 5 months

President-elect Donald Trump announced on Twitter late Tuesday that he will hold a news conference in New York next week.

 

Trump's last formal news conference was July 27 in Doral.
Trump’s last formal news conference was July 27 in Doral.

The Jan. 11 event will come only nine days before the part-time Palm Beach resident is sworn in as the nation’s 45th president — and more than five months after Trump’s last formal news conference.

 

(While Trump hasn’t held a traditional news conference, he has answered queries from The Palm Beach Post and has briefly taken some questions from reporters amid transition meetings in New York and Palm Beach.)

 

Trump’s July 27 news conference at his golf resort in Doral came as intelligence sources were blaming Russia for hacking Democratic National Committee emails. Russia came up repeatedly in that hour-long question-and-answer session. The hacked emails showed DNC staff favoring Hillary Clinton over Bernie Sanders in the Democratic presidential race and led DNC Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz to resign on the eve of the party’s convention in Philadelphia.

 

“Russia, if you’re listening, I hope you’re able to find the 30,000 emails that are missing. I think you will probably be rewarded mightily by our press. Let’s see if that happens,” Trump said at the time, referring to emails Clinton had deleted from the homebrew server she used while she secretary of state.

 

Critics accused Trump of inviting a foreign power to hack a political rival. Trump said he was being sarcastic. Wasserman Schultz the next day called Trump’s remarks “treasonous.”

 

Russian hacking is likely to be a big topic next week as well. While U.S. intelligence agencies have said Russia was behind the theft of emails from the DNC and Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta, Trump has repeatedly derided U.S. intelligence.

 

“These are the same people that said Saddam Hussein had weapons of mass destruction,” Trump said last month.

 

After President Barack Obama accused Russia of meddling in the U.S. election and announced sanctions last week, Trump said: “It’s time for our country to move on to bigger and better things.  Nevertheless, in the interest of our country and its great people, I will meet with leaders of the intelligence community next week in order to be updated on the facts of this situation.”

 

On Tuesday night, Trump seemed to mock the intelligence officials who will be briefing him.

 

“The ‘Intelligence’ briefing on so-called ‘Russian hacking’ was delayed until Friday, perhaps more time needed to build a case. Very strange!” Trump said on his Twitter account. NBC News reported that intelligence sources said the briefing was always scheduled for Friday.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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The 115th Congress convened, but it was President-elect Donald Trump’s Twitter feed that was the newsmaker.

A slew of Trump tweets about General Motors selling Chevy Cruze autos built south of the border, Ford decided to jettison a factory in Mexico, calling Obamacare “CRAZY”, the GOP Congress’ attempt to weaken ethics laws and prisoner releases from Gitmo dominated the news.

As for the new Congress, House Speaker Paul Ryan was re-elected to the post. Another notable Republican, U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio, who bitterly debated trump during last year’s GOP presidential primaries, was sworn in for his second term in the Senate.

Former President Bill Clinton and former First lady Hillary Clinton, who lost to Trump on Nov. 8, reportedly plan on attending the inauguration.

In a weird news twist, though, media outlets highlighted the president-elect’s New Year’s Eve remarks while standing next to a man who reportedly pleaded guilty to a felony count of possessing stolen property in 1989. A Palm Beach Daily News video from the evening shows a tuxedoed Trump standing next to American Academy of Hospitality Sciences CEO Joseph Cinque, whose New York-based organization gives “Star Diamond Awards” to hotels and resorts, including several Trump properties. Cinque, also known as “Joey No Socks,” reportedly pleaded guilty a felony in 1989.

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CHIEF STRATEGIST AND SENIOR COUNSELOR: Stephen K. Bannon

SECRETARY OF STATE: Rex Tillerson

SECRETARY OF TREASURY: Steve Mnuchin

SECRETARY OF DEFENSE: James Mattis

ATTORNEY GENERAL: Jeff Sessions

SECRETARY OF THE INTERIOR: Ryan Zinke

SECRETARY OF COMMERCE: Wilbur Ross

Steve Bannon
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SECRETARY OF LABOR: Andrew Puzder

SECRETARY OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES: Tom Price

SECRETARY OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT: Ben Carson

SECRETARY OF TRANSPORTATION: Elaine Chao

SECRETARY OF ENERGY: Rick Perry

SECRETARY OF EDUCATION: Betsy DeVos

SECRETARY OF HOMELAND SECURITY: John Kelly

NATIONAL SECURITY ADVISER: Michael T. Flynn

EPA ADMINISTRATOR: Scott Pruitt

CIA DIRECTOR: Mike Pompeo

UN AMBASSADOR: Nikki Haley

SMALL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION HEAD: Linda McMahon

Senior White House leadership team, listed on Donald Trump’s official presidential transition website: Vice President-Elect Mike Pence as team chair, with Ben Carson, Chris Christie, Newt Gingrich, Michael T. Flynn, Rudy Giuliani, Jeff Sessions as vice chairs. The following have also been announced as joining the team’s executive committee: Lou Barletta, Marsha Blackburn, Pam Bondi (currently Florida’s Attorney General), Chris Collins, Jared Kushner, Tom Marino, Rebekah Mercer, Steven Mnuchin, Devin Nunes, Anthony Scaramucci, Peter Thiel, Donald Trump Jr., Eric Trump, and Ivanka Trump.

POSITIONS THAT REMAIN TO BE FILLED: Secretary of Agriculture, Secretary of Veterans Affairs.

VIDEO: Donald Trump appears with ‘Joey No Socks’ at Mar-a-Lago

President-elect Donald Trump and American Academy of Hospitality Sciences CEO Joseph Cinque at Mar-a-Lago on New Year's Eve. (Palm Beach Daily News)
President-elect Donald Trump and American Academy of Hospitality Sciences CEO Joseph Cinque at Mar-a-Lago on New Year’s Eve. (Palm Beach Daily News)

PALM BEACH — President-elect Donald Trump gave New Year’s Eve remarks while standing next to a man who reportedly pleaded guilty to a felony count of possessing stolen property in 1989.

 

The New York Daily News and other outlets are highlighting a Palm Beach Daily News video that shows a tuxedoed Trump at his Mar-a-Lago Club standing next to American Academy of Hospitality Sciences CEO Joseph Cinque.

 

Cinque’s New York-based organization gives “Star Diamond Awards” to hotels and resorts, including several Trump properties. Trump as recently as 2015 was listed as an “ambassador extraordinaire” for the academy.

 

An Associated Press article in May said Cinque, also known as “Joey No Socks,” pleaded guilty a felony in 1989 “after police broke down the door of his Manhattan apartment and found a trove of valuable stolen art, including prints by Marc Chagall.”

 

A 1995 New York Magazine article said Cinque “used to be friends with John Gotti” — the former boss of the Gambino crime family. In the article, Cinque described the felony conviction as a “mistake.” Cinque could not be reached today.

 

The 2016 AP article highlighted Cinque’s connections to Trump. Trump said in the article that he did not know Cinque well and was not aware of his felony conviction.

 

“If a guy’s going to give you an award, you take it,” Trump told the AP. “You don’t tend to look up his whole life story.”

 

Mar-a-Lago Club member Robin Bernstein said she has known Cinque for about 10 years and said: “I think whatever’s in the past is in the past. He’s been a good egg as long as I’ve known him.”

Today: Republican Brian Mast joins 115th Congress

Republican Brian Mast will be sworn in today as part of the 115th Congress. He'll represent Palm Beach-Treasure Coast District 18 in the House.
Republican Brian Mast will be sworn in today as part of the 115th Congress. He’ll represent Palm Beach-Treasure Coast District 18 in the House.

In the eight weeks since he won an expensive, nationally watched race for a Palm Beach-Treasure Coast congressional district, Republican Brian Mast has received plenty of congratulations — and challenges — from the people he will begin representing today.

 

“This is the response I get from people constantly: It’s first people being very cordial, saying ‘Hey, I voted for you, really proud of you, glad that you won,’ ” Mast said Monday on the eve of being sworn in as a freshman member of the 115th Congress.

 

“Then people’s faces go serious and they say, ‘Now go get to work. Now don’t let us down. Now go drain the swamp’ – something to that effect,” said Mast, 36, a decorated Army combat veteran who lives in Palm City. “And I think that’s the way that people should be. It’s nice that they’re congratulating me, but you know beyond that they’re expecting results.”

 

Read more about Mast — and his conversation last week with President-elect Donald Trump — at MyPalmBeachPost.com.

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In between meetings, President-elect Trump tweeted on when Hillary Clinton inadvertently tipped him off that he would win the election, Chicago’s murder rate, and China and North Korea.

Other than the tweets, the federal holiday for New Year’s was fairly quiet at Trump Tower. The president-elect was visited by Vice President-elect Mike Pence, as well his son, Donald Trump, Jr., and his son-in-law, Jared Kushner. The Naked Cowboy did show up as well in Trump Tower.

The 115th Congress convenes today, which means the policy work is about to begin. And efforts to confirm, or not, Trump’s Cabinet and administration nominees and officials.

No new nominations or appointments announced. But former Georgia Gov. Sonny Perdue is said to top the list for the Agriculture Department post.

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WHITE HOUSE CHIEF OF STAFF: Reince Priebus

CHIEF STRATEGIST AND SENIOR COUNSELOR: Stephen K. Bannon

SECRETARY OF STATE: Rex Tillerson

SECRETARY OF TREASURY: Steve Mnuchin

SECRETARY OF DEFENSE: James Mattis

ATTORNEY GENERAL: Jeff Sessions

SECRETARY OF THE INTERIOR: Ryan Zinke

SECRETARY OF COMMERCE: Wilbur Ross

Steve Bannon
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SECRETARY OF LABOR: Andrew Puzder

SECRETARY OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES: Tom Price

SECRETARY OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT: Ben Carson

SECRETARY OF TRANSPORTATION: Elaine Chao

SECRETARY OF ENERGY: Rick Perry

SECRETARY OF EDUCATION: Betsy DeVos

SECRETARY OF HOMELAND SECURITY: John Kelly

NATIONAL SECURITY ADVISER: Michael T. Flynn

EPA ADMINISTRATOR: Scott Pruitt

CIA DIRECTOR: Mike Pompeo

UN AMBASSADOR: Nikki Haley

SMALL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION HEAD: Linda McMahon

Senior White House leadership team, listed on Donald Trump’s official presidential transition website: Vice President-Elect Mike Pence as team chair, with Ben Carson, Chris Christie, Newt Gingrich, Michael T. Flynn, Rudy Giuliani, Jeff Sessions as vice chairs. The following have also been announced as joining the team’s executive committee: Lou Barletta, Marsha Blackburn, Pam Bondi (currently Florida’s Attorney General), Chris Collins, Jared Kushner, Tom Marino, Rebekah Mercer, Steven Mnuchin, Devin Nunes, Anthony Scaramucci, Peter Thiel, Donald Trump Jr., Eric Trump, and Ivanka Trump.

POSITIONS THAT REMAIN TO BE FILLED: Secretary of Agriculture, Secretary of Veterans Affairs.

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President-elect Trump today resumes efforts to fill administration jobs, but from Trump Tower.

After celebrating the holidays at his winter White House — a whirlwind visit that included a standing ovation at a Christmas Eve church service and a round of golf at his Trump National Golf Club in Jupiter — Trump left Palm Beach on New Year’s Day and returned Manhattan.

Two key posts yet to be filled are the top jobs Agriculture Dept. and the Veterans Administration.

But, the issue of Russian email hacking with an eye toward interfering in the election continues to boil.

Trump claims to have inside information on Russia’s meddling in the United States’ election and he may reveal it “Tuesday or Wednesday.” At the New Year’s Eve party at his Mar-A-Lago estate, Trump said: “It could be somebody else. And I also know things that other people don’t know, and so they cannot be sure of the situation,” he said.

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Appointments and nominations made by the Donald Trump administration

WHITE HOUSE CHIEF OF STAFF: Reince Priebus

CHIEF STRATEGIST AND SENIOR COUNSELOR: Stephen K. Bannon

SECRETARY OF STATE: Rex Tillerson

SECRETARY OF TREASURY: Steve Mnuchin

SECRETARY OF DEFENSE: James Mattis

ATTORNEY GENERAL: Jeff Sessions

SECRETARY OF THE INTERIOR: Ryan Zinke

SECRETARY OF COMMERCE: Wilbur Ross

Steve Bannon
Steve Bannon

SECRETARY OF LABOR: Andrew Puzder

SECRETARY OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES: Tom Price

SECRETARY OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT: Ben Carson

SECRETARY OF TRANSPORTATION: Elaine Chao

SECRETARY OF ENERGY: Rick Perry

SECRETARY OF EDUCATION: Betsy DeVos

SECRETARY OF HOMELAND SECURITY: John Kelly

NATIONAL SECURITY ADVISER: Michael T. Flynn

EPA ADMINISTRATOR: Scott Pruitt

CIA DIRECTOR: Mike Pompeo

UN AMBASSADOR: Nikki Haley

SMALL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION HEAD: Linda McMahon

Senior White House leadership team, listed on Donald Trump’s official presidential transition website: Vice President-Elect Mike Pence as team chair, with Ben Carson, Chris Christie, Newt Gingrich, Michael T. Flynn, Rudy Giuliani, Jeff Sessions as vice chairs. The following have also been announced as joining the team’s executive committee: Lou Barletta, Marsha Blackburn, Pam Bondi (currently Florida’s Attorney General), Chris Collins, Jared Kushner, Tom Marino, Rebekah Mercer, Steven Mnuchin, Devin Nunes, Anthony Scaramucci, Peter Thiel, Donald Trump Jr., Eric Trump, and Ivanka Trump.

POSITIONS THAT REMAIN TO BE FILLED: Secretary of Agriculture, Secretary of Veterans Affairs.

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