March 23, 2018

Trump's pork-laden spending bill, PLUS: H.R. McMaster is out and that's great news (GUEST: Kurt Schlichter)

John CardilloRebel Host | Off The Cuff

A massive $1.3 trillion pork-laden spending bill is on its way to President Trump’s desk after passing the House and Senate. I think he should veto, and he just might. 

Trump changes lawyers and takes a much more aggressive posture with Special Counsel Robert Mueller. We’ll discuss.

Kurt Schlichter joins me to wrap up the week.

H.R. McMaster is out as National Security Adviser, and John Bolton is in. I’m a big fan of this decision. I’ll tell you why.

Disclaimer: My segment on the omnibus spending bill was recorded prior to President Trump reluctantly signing it into law.

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commented 2018-03-25 17:47:14 -0400
D. Millard, thanks for the link. Owen Benjamin’s vids are hilarious.

I didn’t realize sealed indictments have surpassed 18 000.
commented 2018-03-25 09:48:47 -0400
Greig McKinnon, we must be reading in some of the same places.

Every time President Trump makes a move or a tweet, more and more politicians and media personalities throw their hands up. In that process their clothes fall off and they expose themselves and the evil infested swamp that they slither around in. Now the DACA people know that the Democrats were never, and are not now, concerned about them at all. It is very entertaining, Drew. They’ve repeatedly called President Trump “Hitler”, “dangerous” and “mentally unstable”. Now they want to hand over their guns to him?

Tammie, I’ve read that as of the end of February there are over 18,000 sealed indictments. You’re right, military tribunals may be the only way that some of these swamp critters can ever be brought to justice.

If you haven’t heard these words from President Trump, please listen closely.
commented 2018-03-25 00:24:08 -0400
D.Millard and the whiners always look shocked when he beats them at the game. It is quite entertaining.
commented 2018-03-24 19:48:27 -0400
I think he will slow walk a lot of funding, and, when the haters complain he can remind them it wasn’t a budget, rather a bill!!
There are now approximately 13 000 sealed indictments, military tribunals may be handling a good number of these prosecutions.
commented 2018-03-24 14:22:29 -0400
@ D.Millard – Totally agree with your comments, from what I’ve read. What’s that old saying? He who laughs last…………..snicker, snicker.
commented 2018-03-24 10:01:46 -0400
If what I’ve read is correct this is a spending bill, not a budget which means President Trump can spend the money as he sees fit. Or not spend it. Hidden in that bill is the money for the border wall, within the money allocated for the military. He can employ the Corp. of Engineers to build the wall. If it’s spending until October, he can slow-walk funds for projects that he doesn’t agree with. There is also money allocated for Military Tribunals which is interesting…

President Trump is not stupid, he’s brilliant.
commented 2018-03-24 09:42:20 -0400
- It was a bad spending bill. Trump passed it. He said he did it to get the military funding & partial funding for the border wall. He also said it was a one off. Lots of RINOs & Democrats posing as conservatives & calling for Trump to be impeached because he passed it (not calling out the RINOs who created this disaster though.)

- This Mueller nonsense needs to be wrapped up.
commented 2018-03-24 05:18:54 -0400
3:30 That is 1.3 TRILLION dollars, John.
commented 2018-03-23 20:17:03 -0400