Trump vows military build-up during CPAC speech

Andrew Cummings
February 25, 2017

"I'm against the people that make up stories and make up sources. They are the enemy of the people because they have no sources, they just make them up when there are none", Trump said.

In response, Christina Wilkie of the Huffington Post tweeted an example of the White House recently using anonymous sources in a briefing. Who uses it more than I do? They are the enemy of the people. Organizers said he wanted only to deliver a speech when they requested he participate in a question-and-answer session. They say we can't criticize their dishonest coverage because of the First Amendment.

Mr Trump: America also said America will "get off welfare".

"We're more than a month in and from a governing standpoint, you've seen all kinds of staff turmoil, you've seen the federal judiciary slap him down on his travel ban", Fallon said.

"I want you to know that we are fighting the fake news".


Large cheers and chants of USA!

"One by one, we're checking off the promises we made to the American people."One by one, we're checking off the promises we made to the American people", he said, telling the group "I will not disappoint you". Shall we? Well, we have a lot of them. "They are smart, cunning and dishonest", he said. "If they do, they'll have bigger problems than they ever dreamed of".

Trump did not forgot to mention that the White House will protect our veterans and our Second Amendment.

The 44th annual Conservative Political Action Conference, held this year in National Harbor, Md., began Wednesday and runs through Saturday.

During the campaign, the president promised a massive wall along the entire southern border of the USA, which would span almost 2,000 miles.


US President Donald Trump has vowed to start building a wall on the Mexican border "soon, way ahead of schedule", in a speech to a conservative event.

"We conservatives have an opportunity that only comes around every few generations", Pence said.

White House strategist Stephen Bannon speaks during the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Oxon Hill, Maryland, Feb. 23, 2017.

"It's time for all Americans to get off of welfare and get back to work, you're going to love it, you're going to love it, you're going to love it", he said.

Trump's speech followed several well-received appearances at the four-day gathering by senior members of his administration, including a speech on Thursday night (Friday NZT) by Vice President Mike Pence.


Trump told the CPAC crowd on Friday that the polls create "a false narrative", which he urged his supporters to "fight".

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