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December 06, 2019

CHRISTMAS MAGIC: First Lady Melania Trump Reads Story at Children's Hospital



CHRISTMAS MAGIC: First Lady Melania Trump Reads Story at Children's Hospital


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First Lady Melania Trump Shares Christmas Spirit at Children's Hospital





First Lady Melania Trump Shares Christmas Spirit at Children's Hospital



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Rush Limbaugh on impeachment: We are watching pure, raw hatred






Rush Limbaugh on impeachment: We are watching pure, raw hatred



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December 05, 2019

Beyond Tomorrow (1940) CHRISTMAS




Beyond Tomorrow (1940) CHRISTMAS


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LIGHTING THE HOLIDAY TREE: President Trump gets into Christmas spirit at WH




LIGHTING THE HOLIDAY TREE: President Trump gets into Christmas spirit at WH


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December 04, 2019

Charles Payne goes one-on-one with VP Mike Pence







Charles Payne goes one-on-one with VP Mike Pence



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December 03, 2019

Impact (1949) BRIAN DONLEVY




Impact (1949) BRIAN DONLEVY


Starring: Brian Donlevy, Helen Walker, Charles Colburn, Anna May Wong
Directed by Arthur Lubin


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Nat King Cole - Chestnuts roasting on an open fire




Nat King Cole - Chestnuts roasting on an open fire



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December 02, 2019

President Trump Delivers Remarks Upon Departure to London Dec. 2, 2019





President Trump Delivers Remarks Upon Departure to London Dec. 2, 2019


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December 1, 2019 Christmas Decorations at the White House





2019 Christmas Decorations at the White House


The First Family is celebrating their third Christmas in the White House. This year’s theme, “The Spirit of America,” is a tribute to the traditions, customs, and history that make our Nation great. Designed by First Lady Melania Trump, the White House decorations celebrate the courageous individuals who have shaped our country and kept the American spirit alive.

Upon entering the East Wing, visitors are welcomed by the cherished Gold Star Family Tree. Proudly decorated by Gold Star families, it is adorned with golden stars and patriotic ribbons. This tree reminds us of the service and selflessness of the American heroes who defend this great land.

Around the corner, the East Colonnade is a timeline of American design, innovation, and architecture. Through the archways, the East Garden Room displays the First Family’s annual ornament and Christmas card. This year, both showcase the American flag – a symbol of our Nation’s pride.

Entering the Ground Floor Corridor, the Vermeil Room highlights the spirit of generosity of previous First Ladies. Two trees are illuminated with tones of blush and gold and pieces of historic vermeil are on display for guests to view. In the Library, the legacies of Presidents are celebrated with past and present White House Historical Association annual ornaments. The 2019 ornament is featured on the center tree and honors President Dwight D. Eisenhower. The China Room is set with a holiday feast, illustrating the joys of family coming together at the holidays and sharing in the spirit of the season.

Upstairs in the East Room, four star-spangled trees stand tall, glimmering with stars and cascading ribbons. Perched at the top of each are gilded eagles, a reminder of our Nation’s freedom and strength. Features of the American flag are proudly incorporated in the décor, with red symbolizing bravery and valor, and blue symbolizing perseverance and justice. For the 52nd year the White House Crèche is on display.

Moving into the Parlors, the Green Room features beloved and classic Christmas tales. Visitors can count down the days of the holiday season with the White House Advent calendar hanging in the windows. A time-honored tradition, the official White House Christmas tree takes its place in the Blue Room measuring over 18 feet tall. Blossoming with handmade paper flowers, the décor on the Blue Room tree pays homage to the distinctive floral emblem of every state and territory. The Red Room, decorated with games galore, ignites the childlike spirit we all have at this time of year.

The State Dining room celebrates America, the beautiful. Displayed on the iconic eagle pier table, the Gingerbread House features the South Portico of the White House and landmarks from across the country, including the Golden Gate Bridge, Space Needle, Mount Rushmore, the Alamo, Gateway Arch, Liberty Bell, and Statue of Liberty. The White House pastry team carefully constructed this masterpiece out of 200 lbs. of gingerbread dough, 125 lbs. of pastillage dough, 35 lbs. of chocolate, and 25 lbs. of royal icing.

Ending in the Grand Foyer and Cross Hall, guests find themselves in a glistening winter garden, filled with 22 evergreens, 14 golden magnolia topiaries, 10 floral urns, and dusted with fresh-fallen snow.

“This Christmas season I want to honor those who have shaped our country and made it the place we are proud to call home, and I am excited to announce our White House holiday theme, ‘The Spirit of America’ ” said First Lady Melania Trump. “When I travel the country, I am inspired by the hard working people and families that I meet. No matter which state they call home, many Americans share a strong set of values and deep appreciation for the traditions and history of our great nation. Thank you to all of the staff and volunteers who worked to make sure the People’s House was ready for Christmas. Wishing everyone a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year”.

Throughout the month of December, the White House will be welcoming guests to enjoy this year’s decorations by hosting open houses, receptions, and tours.or the Trump family’s first Christmas in the White House, @FLOTUS chose a theme that paid tribute to 200 years of Presidential holiday traditions.


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December 01, 2019

Photo is from Christmas 2018 of President Trump and First Lady Melania




Photo is from Christmas 2018 of President Trump and First Lady Melania


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MY MAN GODFREY 1936 COLOR - WILLIAM POWELL





MY MAN GODFREY 1936 COLOR - WILLIAM POWELL


My Man Godfrey is a 1936 American screwball comedy film directed by Gregory La Cava.

The screenplay was written by Morrie Ryskind, with uncredited contributions by La Cava, based on 1101 Park Avenue, a short novel by Eric Hatch.

The story concerns a socialite who hires a derelict to be her family's butler, only to fall in love with him.
The film stars William Powell and Carole Lombard.

Powell and Lombard had been briefly married years earlier.

The film was remade in 1957 with June Allyson and David Niven in the starring roles.

In 1999, the original version of My Man Godfrey was deemed "culturally significant" by the United States Library of Congress and selected for preservation in the National Film Registry.



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The Man In The Santa Claus Suit (1979)




. The Man In The Santa Claus Suit (1979) The mysterious owner of a costume shop rents a Santa Claus suit to three very different men: a math teacher trying to get the nerve to propose, a homeless restaurateur trying to hide from the mob, and a harried political speech writer visiting with his estranged wife and son. Their lives are inexorably changed by their experience of playing Santa Claus.


My husband was in this film.


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November 30, 2019

Inner Sanctum 1948 Thriller





Inner Sanctum 1948 Thriller


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Gorgeous Melania Trump First Lady of the United States




Gorgeous Melania Trump First Lady of the United States

First Lady of the United States Melania Trump is the wife of President Donald J. Trump and the mother of Barron Trump. She is the second First Lady born outside of the United States, and she is the only First Lady to become a naturalized U.S. citizen. And like the First Ladies before her, Melania Trump will make her mark on history.


Melania Trump is a Slovenian-American former fashion model and tis our beloved First Lady of the United States, as the wife of the 45th president of the United States Donald Trump.

Melanija Knavs was born in Novo Mesto, and grew up in Sevnica, in the Yugoslav republic of Slovenia.


elania Trump was born on April 26, 1970 in Slovenia. At age 16, she began what would soon become a highly successful modeling career, appearing in many high profile ad campaigns and working with some of the best photographers in the fashion industry.

In 1996, Mrs. Trump moved to New York and ten years later, she proudly became a United States Citizen. Mrs. Trump has always been an active member of her community. In 2005, she was Honorary Chairwoman for the Martha Graham Dance Company. That same year, she was awarded Goodwill Ambassador by the American Red Cross—a role she served in for four years. Mrs. Trump served five years as Honorary Chairwoman for the Boys’ Club of New York and was named Woman of the Year in 2006 by the Police Athletic League. Mrs. Trump has participated in National Love Our Children Day and National Child Abuse Prevention month, ringing the closing bell at NASDAQ.

In 2010, Mrs. Trump was the Chairwoman for the American Heart Association, which raised $1.7 million for research. That same year she launched her own jewelry collection.

While Melania Trump became a household name in modeling and a contributing member of her community, she is first and foremost a mother and wife, and in 2017, Melania Trump made the White House and Washington home for her family.

In her role as First Lady, Mrs. Trump focuses her time on the many issues affecting children. An unwavering characteristic of the First Lady is her aptitude for showing love and compassion in all that she does. Mrs. Trump spends much of her time meeting with children who are patients at hospitals and care centers. Recently, she took valentines to the Children’s Inn at the National Institutes of Health and Cincinnati Children’s Hospital. Over the Easter holiday, she made a surprise visit to St. Mary’s Medical Center in Palm Beach, Florida, bringing Easter baskets to the children. Following the devastating hurricanes last year, Mrs. Trump visited Texas to meet with families that suffered greatly under Hurricane Harvey. In the wake of two horrendous mass shootings, Mrs. Trump traveled with her husband to Las Vegas and Parkland to be with the victims and families in their times of need. Internationally, Mrs. Trump has visited several hospitals and schools. One of her most memorable visits being at the Pediatric Hospital Bambino Gesu in the Vatican City, where she met a boy who had been waiting for a new heart. Upon arrival in Belgium the following day, Mrs. Trump learned that the hospital had found a transplant for the boy–Mrs. Trump celebrated the news in a press statement and said “my own heart is filled with joy over the news.”

As First Lady, Mrs. Trump has made multiple visits to schools—both foreign and domestic. From participating in a Viking huddle class, which focuses on emotional learning at Orchard Lake Middle School in Michigan, to taking the Queen of Jordan to Washington, D.C.’s first public charter school for girls at Excel Academy in Southeast, Mrs. Trump is always bringing children to the forefront of her agenda. While traveling abroad, Mrs. Trump visited the American International School in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, with Education Minister Ahmed Al Eissa, and took a calligraphy lesson with local children at Kyobashi Tsukiji Elementary School with Mrs. Abe while visiting Japan. Earlier this spring, Mrs. Trump invited a group of local students to the White House so she could talk with them, hear their stories, and understand the issues they are challenged with today. Mrs. Trump addresses those issues each opportunity she gets. From Governors’ spouses’ luncheons to the United Nations General Assembly, Mrs. Trump puts the emphasis on children and how we can protect them, teach them, and empower them.

In the midst of the opioid epidemic, Mrs. Trump has utilized her platform as First Lady to raise awareness about the dangers of opioid abuse—notably the devastating effects it has on infants and unborn babies. Mrs. Trump traveled to Huntington, West Virginia, where she visited Lily’s Place, the Nation’s first nonprofit infant recovery center that prioritizes the whole family to ensure infants born dependent on drugs are given the best opportunity to thrive. More recently, in February, Mrs. Trump traveled to Ohio to visit Cincinnati Children’s, a leading pediatric hospital where she learned more about the ongoing research around neonatal abstinence syndrome (NAS)—a harmful result of drug abuse in pregnant mothers. Mrs. Trump has participated in multiple opioid summits and continues to work with the Administration on raising the awareness of opioid abuse and how we can better protect children from it.

On May 7, Mrs. Trump launched BE BEST—an awareness campaign focused entirely around the well-being of children. The campaign has three pillars, which represent key areas of concern for Mrs. Trump: well-being, which includes the social and emotional health of children; social media, and understanding both the positive and negative effects it has on our children; and opioid abuse, and how to protect our most vulnerable from the effects of drug abuse while educating parents about the detrimental effects of opioids.

After the launch, the First Lady is dedicated to carrying out her BE BEST campaign.




June 3, 2019
For the state dinner at Buckingham Palace, the former model went custom — she chose an ivory haute couture Dior gown with sheer detailing at the top, which she wore with gloves and ivory suede Manolo Blahnik shoes.




June 3, 2019 In an outfit that’s being likened to one seen in the movie My Fair Lady, the first lady stepped out in London in a crisp white and navy belted Dolce & Gabbana suit and matching hat by Herve Pierre.





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1952 Monkey Business




1952 Monkey Business


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November 29, 2019

Sherlock Holmes And The The Hound Of The Baskervilles 1939




Sherlock Holmes And The The Hound Of The Baskervilles 1939



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Michael Bublé - It's Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas





Michael Bublé - It's Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas



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Celine Dion - So This Is Christmas




Celine Dion - So This Is Christmas


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A Great Big World & Christina Aguilera - Fall On Me





A Great Big World & Christina Aguilera - Fall On Me

Fall on Me
Christina Aguilera
[Verse 1: A Great Big World]
Sooner or later the lights up above
Will come down in circles and guide me to love
I don't know what's right for me
I cannot see straight
I've been here too long and I don't wanna wait for it

[Verse 2: A Great Big World]
Fly like a cannonball straight to my soul
Tear me to pieces and make me feel whole
I'm willing to fight for it
To feel something new
To know what it's like to be sharing a space with you

[Chorus: A Great Big World]
Fall on me
With open arms
Fall on me
From where you are
Fall on me
With all your light
With all your light
With all your light

[Verse 3: Christina Aguilera]
Sooner or later, it all comes apart
The walls are all shattered, I'm back at the start
And I'm willing to follow this
Wherever it goes
The heart has its reasons that nobody knows

[Verse 4: Christina Aguilera]
And I wanna believe in a world we can't see
Millions of particles passing through me
And I know there's a meaning
I feel it, I swear
I can't see the future, but I know that it's there


[Chorus: Christina Aguilera with A Great Big World]
Fall on me
With open arms
Fall on me
From where you are
Fall on me
With all your light
With all your light
With all your light
With all your light

[Bridge: Christina Aguilera & A Great Big World]
I close my eyes
And I'm seeing you everywhere
I step outside
It's like I'm breathing you in the air
I can feel you're there

[Chorus: Christina Aguilera & A Great Big World]
Fall on me
With open arms
Fall on me
From where you are
Fall on me
With all your light
With all your light
With all your light


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Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. Song "Happy Christmas " by Celine Dion




Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. Song "Happy Christmas " by Celine Dion



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November 28, 2019

Nick and Nora Charles Visit His Parents




The Thin Man Goes Home 1945


The detectives and sophisticates Nick and Nora Charles go back for a visit where Nick was raised.

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Made for each other 1939 Film Colorized




Made for each other 1939 Film Colorized


John Mason (James Stewart) is a young, somewhat timid attorney in New York City. He has been doing his job well, and he has a chance of being made a partner in his law firm, especially if he marries Eunice (Ruth Weston), the daughter of his employer, Judge Doolittle. However, John meets Jane (Carole Lombard) during a business trip, and they fall in love and marry immediately. Eunice eventually marries another lawyer in the firm, Carter (Donald Briggs). John's mother (Lucile Watson) is disappointed with his choice, and an important court trial forces him to cancel the honeymoon. He wins the case, but by that time Judge Doolittle has chosen John's kowtowing coworker Carter as the new partner.

Jane encourages John to demand a raise and a promotion, but with finances tightened by the Depression, Doolittle requires that all employees accept pay cuts. After Jane has a baby, John becomes discouraged by his unpaid bills and by tension between Jane and his mother, who lives with them in their small apartment.

On New Year's Eve, 1938–39, the baby is rushed to the hospital with pneumonia. The baby will die within hours unless a serum is delivered by plane from Salt Lake City. Doolittle agrees to provide funding to deliver the serum, but with a storm raging, and with a wife and children to consider, the pilot refuses to fly. John pleads over the telephone, and the pilot's unmarried friend takes the job. The new pilot almost crashes in the mountains, and the plane's engine catches fire a short distance from New York. The pilot is also injured and knocked unconscious after jumping from the plane and parachuting to safety, but he crawls to a nearby farm house after he comes to. The farmer sees the box containing the serum and telephones the hospital, and the baby is saved. A few years later, John is made partner at the law firm and his son has just spoken his first words.


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President Trump Visits Troops in Afghanistan for Thanksgiving




President Trump Visits Troops in Afghanistan for Thanksgiving


Bagram Airfield-BAF
Bagram, Afghanistan

10:45 P.M. AFT

PRESIDENT TRUMP: Well, thank you very much. (Applause.) That was great. And we just had a nice Thanksgiving dinner. I thought I was going to be having it someplace else, and Senator Barrasso is a great friend of mine, and he said, “That’ll be great if we did it.” I said, “You come with me, John.” And he came with me. John, thank you very much. Great friend of ours. He’s a great senator and a great man. (Applause.)

And I want to thank General Milley. Special warrior. He’s a special warrior. And I want to congratulate you also because I just saw some numbers that are incredible. ISIS — you’re wiping them out left and right. There’s almost nothing left in this area. (Applause.) You’re not going to be lonely. And al-Qaeda, the same thing. And tremendous progress.

And, you know, we have a very special friend of ours that’s here. We had a meeting a little while ago. I said, “Would you like to come over and say hello to the troops?” And he said, “That would be such an honor.” And I think what I’ll do is, before I start, I’ll bring up the President of Afghanistan. President Ghani is here. So please, Mr. President, we’d love to have you say something. Thank you. (Applause.)

PRESIDENT GHANI: In the name of compassion and mercy, this President, great American troops, great patriots: Happy Thanksgiving. (Applause.) It’s an occasion for us to be especially thankful because the President of the United States is here. And he has been the architect of the South Asia strategy and the strategy for wiping out al Qaeda and Daesh. (Applause.)

Thanks to your support and the bravery of the Afghan soldiers, we have inflicted an incredible defeat on ISIS in Nangarhar. (Applause.)

Last week, it was Nangarhar; in the next three months, it’s going to be all of Afghanistan. (Applause.) Equally, with your support, what we have done to wipe out al Qaeda South Asia is tremendous. And thank you. (Applause.)

President Trump, people talked a lot about bin Laden, but what you did to eliminate al-Baghdadi — who was an organizer and not a talker — is a much greater accomplishment. Congratulations. (Applause.)

I would also like to take this occasion to say thank you to the Gold Star families: 2,298 American men and women in uniform who have paid the ultimate sacrifice. This nation will always be grateful for that sacrifice, and we will always remember. And also, 20,585 have been wounded. But since President Trump has been President of the United States, fortunately, we still too high a number but only 52 American men and women in uniform have died compared to thousands before. This is a tribute to our joint partnership and to the sacrifice that Afghan soldiers, your brothers and sisters in uniform, are making.

More than a million Americans have served here in uniform. We’ve paid tribute to their families and to your families. I would like a special request: Please thank your families for agreeing to miss you at this special occasion at home, and for being here, defending United States security and our freedom. (Applause.)

Together, we will succeed. We will never forget that 9/11 brought us, and we will never permit the repetition of 9/11 again. (Applause.) God bless you. God bless the President. (Applause.)

PRESIDENT TRUMP: Fantastic. (Applause.) Thank you very much.

Well, thank you very much, Mr. President. Fifty-two, compared to thousands. And we’re doing a tremendous job. And, as you know, a big part of that job is ISIS — certainly the biggest — and al Qaeda. And we — we’ve got them down to very low numbers. We’ll have that totally taken care of in a very short period of time. And we’ll see what happens.

The Taliban wants to make a deal. We’ll see if they want to make a deal. It’s got to be a real deal, but we’ll see. But they want to make a deal. And they only want to make a deal because you’re doing a great job. That’s the only reason they want to make a deal. So I want to thank you, and I want to thank the Afghan soldiers for really — I’ve spoken to a lot of you today, and you say they’re really fighting hard. I was very impressed with that, actually. So I want to thank you.

And, General Milley, again, to be at Bagram Airfield, I’ve heard to much about it. It’s an incredible place. This is some — some airfield, some fortress.

I want to thank all of the Afghanistanian troops. We have a lot of them here, actually. We have a number of them standing around, saying hello and waving. And we appreciate it. And I also say to you, just “at ease.” Let’s just enjoy ourselves for a couple of minutes. I’m going to introduce a few people.

But there’s nowhere I’d rather celebrate this Thanksgiving than right here with the toughest, strongest, best, and bravest warriors on the face of the Earth. You are indeed that. You know, when I took office — if you can believe it, almost three years ago — we were very depleted. Our military was depleted, in terms of equipment. You see, right? They were all shaking their heads. That’s right. We have all those brand-new planes and brand-new helicopters and brand-new ships being built now. Brand-new, incredible submarines. Probably the most powerful submarines — probably the most powerful weapon in the world, is what we’re building, in the form of submarines. Nobody’s — nothing is even close.

But we have things that nobody has seen, nobody has heard about. And we’ll keep it that way. But we’ve spent $2.5 trillion — very close to that number. And very shortly, it will be at $2.5 trillion. And while I don’t love that — you know, what that does to my budget, because I’m a budget person — we don’t have a strong military budget, it don’t matter much do they, huh? I can (inaudible) have to worry about budgets. So, with what’s going on in the world today — very important. $2.5 trillion.

And nobody beats our great Army, Navy, Air Force, Coast Guard, Marines. And we think, soon, we’re going to be adding a thing called “space” — you know about that, right? Space. (Applause.) We’re going to have space covered very well. We’re covering it now, but we have to cover it to a much greater extent. And you’ll be hearing about that in the coming days and weeks.

I’ve just come from serving Thanksgiving dinner to some of you — I recognize already, some of you in the audience. And — with General Milley and the folks. And we had a good time. I then got down — I sat down. I had a gorgeous piece of turkey. And I was all set to go, and I had some of the mashed potatoes and I had a bite of mashed potatoes. And I never got to the turkey, because General Milley said, “Come on over, sir. Let’s take some pictures.” I never got to my turkey. It’s the first time in Thanksgiving that I’ve never had anything called turkey. (Laughter.) But that’s okay. But it looked awfully good, I have to tell you that. I should have started with that, instead of the mashed potatoes. I made a mistake.

But I hope everyone enjoyed the fantastic meal. It certainly did look good. And hopefully everyone can get some well-deserved rest this holiday. Your family — they’re home, and they love you so much.

We flew 8,331 miles to be here tonight for one simple reason: to tell you, in person, that this Thanksgiving is a special Thanksgiving. We’re doing so well. Our country is the strongest, economically, it’s ever been. We have never done so well. We have the greatest economy anywhere in the world. So it’s nice to know that you’re fighting for something that is doing well, as opposed to something that was not doing well just a number of years ago.

Our stock market has reached the highest level ever in the history of the exchanges — all three, if you look. All three. It’s incredible. It’s incredible, what’s happening. It just broke a record. I think it’s close to 130 days. So we’re less than three years, and 130 times we’ve broken the all-time record. And to me, that doesn’t mean an all-time record. It means something different; it means jobs. It means 401(k)s.

People come up to me with their 401(k)s, they say, “Sir, you’ve made me look like a genius. Thank you very much.” You know, they’re up 78 percent. They feel good.

So I would just want to say that we thank God for your health and all of the things that you’ve done. You are very special people. And you don’t even know how much the people of our country love and respect you. And they do. It’s why I’m here. I’m just bringing the message.

The courageous American warriors in Afghanistan and across the region are leading the fight to vanquish America’s enemies and defeat forces of radical Islamic terrorism. I would say it so often during the campaign. That’s what we’re doing.

Together, we’re making tremendous progress. Just a few weeks ago, as you know, and as President Ghani mentioned, U.S. Special Forces brought the world’s number-one, most wanted terrorist to justice. When the President said more important than Osama bin Laden, I would say that, look, you know — different, in a way. He was an organizer. Al-Baghdadi was an organizer. He was the founder of ISIS. He was the father, if you want to call him that, of ISIS. I think he wasn’t so happy, three weeks ago, when he saw those incredible 67 men, in that case, just come pouring down onto where he was staying. And that didn’t work out too good.

And we have a new national hero. You know who that is, right? Conan. Conan is a new — is our new great hero. That was some- — and Conan was at the White House the other day. You might have seen it. And it was something.

But the animal known as al-Baghdadi — the founder, the leader of ISIS, the man that was trying to reinstitute ISIS, because we’ve defeated — we have 100 percent of the ISIS caliphate in Syria is now ours — he is dead. His second is dead. His third — we have the sights on the third. I think the third doesn’t want the job. (Laughter.) The third is saying, “You know what? Maybe I’ll go work in a store, or something.” (Laughter.)

But Baghdadi was a savage and soulless monster who raped, tortured, and slaughtered the innocent, including many, many Americans. When you saw those folks — those great people in the orange jumpsuits, oftentimes standing on a beach with a thug behind him and a big knife — that was all al-Baghdadi. But he’s gone. The American warriors hunted him down, they executed a masterful raid, and they punched his ticket to hell. That’s what happened. (Applause.)

Shortly after we got Baghdadi, we focused on some other elements in the area. And we also started leaving the area, because it’s secure. But we didn’t leave it totally. We kept the oil. Makes sense, right? I’ve been saying for a long time, “Keep the oil.” Hate to say it. I used to say it with a place called Iraq, too. “Keep the oil.” They didn’t listen to me. I was a civilian; they didn’t listen. Now they have to listen. (Laughter.) But we kept the oil. And we kept it and we can help the Kurds; we can help our partners; we can have it developed. It’s where they got their wealth. That’s where they got their money. We kept it. So, we’ll go back in when we have to, as it arises. But 100 percent.

We have thousands of prisoners. We’d like Europe to take those prisoners. They have not stepped up to the plate at all. Many come from France. Many come from Germany. They come from different countries in Europe. They have not stepped up to the plate. That’s not good. We have to talk to them, John, because they should be taking those people back and trying them. And if we didn’t do it, they’d go back to France and they’d go back to Germany and to UK, and to all of — all of the places where they came. That’s where they want to go back. And they should take them.

Weeks ago, we also announced that the forces are coming back. They’re coming back home. We’re reducing over here, but because of technology and all of things that we have, we’re able to reduce, in Afghanistan — very substantially, actually reduce — and do even more devastating attacks on the enemy. So, that’s part of the $2.5 trillion that we have coming.

Finest equipment in the world. We build the greatest equipment anywhere in the world, by far. And we’re selling that equipment now to many, many countries that are our allies. The enemies, we decide usually not to do it. History has said, “Don’t sell the good equipment to the enemy.”

Our message to the bloodthirsty terrorists is clear: You will not escape your wretched fate, because the long reach and the really awesome power of the United States military is unstoppable. We have the most powerful military in the world, by far. There’s nobody close. And we’re going to keep it that way. We’re going to keep it that way.

This evening, as millions of families sit down at their dinner tables back home, they’ll be saying a prayer for the men and women serving our nation in Afghanistan and deployed all around the globe — great men and women, all around the globe. Many are coming home.

Our citizens know that you’re standing guard, killing terrorists, crushing our enemies, and keeping America safe — really safe. But you’re also keeping it strong, and proud, and mighty, and free. And I’m here today to just really say, “Happy Thanksgiving.” But also, “Thank you very much.” Great job. Thank you very much. We appreciate it. (Applause.) Appreciate it. Very much appreciate it.

As President, I have no higher honor than to serve as Commander-in-Chief of the United States military — the greatest force for peace and justice in the history of the world.

This evening, I also want to express the profound and heartfelt gratitude of the entire American nation for our amazing military families, because they really do make you what you are, when you think of it. Anybody here disagree with that? Raise your hand, please. Nobody has the courage to raise your hand. (Laughter.) You have a lot of courage, but not that kind of courage, right? No, but it’s true. The families — they make you great. The extraordinary commitment and the sacrifice of your loved ones make it possible for all of our families to live in safety and to live in peace.

I especially want to recognize several of the incredible patriots with us tonight. These are great fighters, great warriors, great people, great men and women. You’ve already met Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. It was my honor to appoint him. I had no doubt, from the day I met him — I met him very early on. And I said, “I like that man. He’s a tough cookie and he’s smart.”

You know, he went to Princeton. I said, “I don’t know. I didn’t know he was an academic.” And he went to Columbia. I’m not sure: Was that a good thing or a bad? I don’t know. Did I like it or not? I was, sort of — but that’s pretty good. That means he’s an academic. That means he’s a smart cookie. And he is a smart — and he’s a tough one. General Mark Milley. Thank you, General. (Applause.) He’s an academic. I can’t believe it. He’s a great gentleman.

Commander of the Resolute Support and U.S. Forces Afghanistan, General Scotty Miller. He’s done an incredible job. Thank you, Scotty. Thank you, Scotty. (Applause.) Incredible job. And I hope the word gets out. And I hope the press, which is right back here — they traveled with us — I hope they’re able to get the word out as to what Scotty and all of the folks have done, with respect to ISIS and with respect to al Qaeda.

He said, “They don’t want to fight us, sir. They don’t want to fight us.” But, you know, what — what we’ve done over the last 12 months — 6 months and 12 months, but over the last 12 months — has been incredible. And I hope that the media is able to tell our families, tell our friends, tell our citizens, tell the people of the United States the success that we’ve had, because people don’t read about that. They don’t read about it.

Commander of Bagram Airfield, Brigadier General Brian Wolford. Thank you, Brian. (Applause.) Thank you, Brian. Great, Brian. Commander of the 455th Air Expeditionary Wing, Brigadier General Scott Jobe. Thank you. (Applause.) Thank you, Scott. Thank you, Scott. Commander of Area Support Group Afghanistan, Colonel David Raugh. (Applause.) Thank you, David. Good job, David. Thank you. U.S. Forces Afghanistan Chief of Staff, Colonel Chip Daniels. Chip, thank you. (Applause.)

And let’s not forget our senior enlisted officers:
Senior Enlisted Advisor to the Chairman, Command Sergeant Major John Wayne Troxell. (Applause.) John, where — thank you, John. Command Senior Enlisted Leader of U.S. Forces Afghanistan, Command Sergeant Major Timothy Metheny. (Applause.) Timothy, thank you. Thanks, Timothy.
Senior Enlisted Leader of Bagram Air Field, Sergeant Major Jason Huckabay. Jason, thank you. Thank you, Jason. And Chief Master Sergeant David Dickson of the 455th Air Expeditionary Wing. Where is he? Chief Master David Dickson. Thank you. (Applause.) Thank you. Thank you very much, David Dickson.

Also with us are National Security Advisor Robert O’Brien — doing a great job; Ambassador John Bass; and I introduced already one of the great, great patriots of our country, John Barrasso of Wyoming. Great state. Wyoming. (Applause.) Thank you, John.

With the help and the devotion everyone has given here tonight, America is winning again. We are winning like we have not won in a long time. And you know what? We’re respected like we haven’t been respected in a long time. America is winning again, and America is respected again and respected at the highest level.

We’re investing so much money in our military, and we’re not going to stop until it’s totally rebuilt and complete. Along with a record investment in our military, we’ve also got your largest pay raise in over 10 years. And I’m very pleased to report that, starting January 1st, you will be receiving another 3.1 percent pay raise. And if anybody doesn’t want it — (applause). If anybody doesn’t want it, just sign up at the door and we’ll take it away. Okay? (Laughter.) Make it a contribution.

Here in the region, we’re boldly confronting America’s adversaries and pursing a foreign policy focused squarely on our national interests.

Less than three years ago, ISIS controlled the vast reaches of territory in Iraq and Syria. Today, the U.S. Armed Forces and our allies have totally obliterated ISIS and its caliphate. And, you know, I was going to leave. We were down to 98 percent. And I have to say this: When I came in — again, less than three years ago — it was a mess. They were all over the place. And I was about set — “We’ll leave now.” We were at 97, 98 percent.

And I got a lot of — a lot of bite-back from people that, frankly, would have been very happy to leave if it was anybody else but me. They said, “Why don’t you finish the job?” These are people that would have loved — but, you know what? I said, “Maybe they’re right.” And we finished the job. We did it very, very quickly, and very surgically. So that job is finished. We liberated more than 3 million civilians from that brutal reign.

I’ve also taken action to confront the corrupt and terror-supporting dictatorship in Iran. And, in Afghanistan, our warfighters continue to serve heroically to stamp out terrorism and to eviscerate the enemies of civilization. Because that’s what, really, they are; they’re enemies of civilization.

Right here, at Bagram, you are logistical hub for all forces in Afghanistan. You are absolutely essential to victory. From this base, the unrivaled aviators of the U.S. Air Force deliver unmatched firepower across the region. When our enemies hear the sound of your jets — those brand-new, beautiful jets — they hear the sound of those jets.

We don’t put too many environmental controls on those jets. (Laughter.) Because if it takes away 4 percent of what we need, we want the 4 percent. Do you agree with that, everybody? Is everybody — (applause). And we’re all environment, but we’re not heavy into environmental controls, and even pollution controls, on our aircraft when it’s a fighting jet. We don’t want to have any excuses.

But when our enemies hear the sound of those screaming engines through the valleys, their terrorist blood runs cold because they know that their demise is near.

In particular, I want to thank outstanding airmen from the 455th Air Expeditionary Wing, who deliver righteous American thunder anywhere, anyplace, anytime. Raise your hands. Let me see. (Applause.) Great. Great job. Helps to have new equipment, doesn’t it? Does it help a little bit? You got nice, new equipment.

Thanks as well to the skilled professionals of the Expeditionary Medical Group — (applause) — who run the most capable trauma hospital in Afghanistan: Craig Joint Theater Hospital. Thank you very much. Great job you do. (Applause.) “Nobody…” I’ll tell you what, there’s a little phrase that I hear: “Nobody dies today. They live to fight another day.” You’ve done a fantastic job.

And I’m told that, not long ago, a critically injured soldier was brought here in need of multiple blood transfusions. Within 15 minutes, more than 100 members of Bagram — the community, the base — showed up to give their blood. That says everything you need to know about the men and women who serve here. Thank you very much. It was incredible. They needed it fast, and they got it. (Applause.) They got it.

Every day, the fierce soldiers of the U.S. Army are carrying out harrowing missions across this land. The Army marches bravely into danger, traverses perilous terrain, and pumps stunning firepower straight into the face of evil.

In particular, I want to thank the men and women of the 10th Combat Aviation Brigade, who operate rotary — oh, I know what “rotary” is, right? — (laughter) — rotary wing aircraft across Afghanistan, and fly magnificent Apaches like the one right next to me. That is magnificent.

And I was just at the — at Dover, because you had a terrible accident a week ago of two of your incredible people. And I greeted them as they came in on a very big plane. And I greeted their families. I heard they were fantastic people. So thank you very much for that. I know a lot of you asked about them. Their families are doing fine, but that was a rough night for them, I will tell you. It’s a rough night for me; it’s a rough night for everybody.

Thanks also to the 1st Armor Division’s Resolute Support Sustainment Brigade for supplying our forces. The Brigade is incredible — so respected by everybody — keeping our military in top fighting shape. (Applause.) You are “Iron Soldiers,” they say. “Iron Soldiers.” Do you think so? Yeah. Right? (Applause.) I think so.

And among those in RSSB are two sisters: Master Sergeant Eliana Gallardo and Captain Carla Gallardo. And I don’t know — where are you? Where are you two sisters? Where are they? They’re here someplace. Come here. Come. Have you ever spoken publicly?

CAPTAIN GALLARDO: Yes.

THE PRESIDENT: Give it a sho- — (laughs). She said, “Yes.” That’s pretty good. Please, say something please.

CAPTAIN GALLARDO: Hello, everyone. Happy Thanksgiving. (Applause.)

MASTER SERGEANT GALLARDO: Happy Thanksgiving. (Applause.)

THE PRESIDENT: Thank you both. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you very much. Thank you both very much.

I know that Senator Barrasso is very proud of the fact that Wyoming’s National Guard is here at Bagram. (Applause.) Oh, you get them, huh? Where are they? Come here. Come here. Say a few words.

FIRST SERGEANT CLANCY: Powder River.

FIRST LIEUTENANT WERGER: Let ‘er buck. (Applause.)

THE PRESIDENT: These people are all action, no talk. (Laughter.) But I just want to thank you for being here.

And the Alpha Battery Second of the 300th Field Artillery Battalion, thank you very much. Your First Lieutenant Ira Werger and First Sergeant Michael Clancy — I want to thank you very much for doing such a great job in leading the unit.

Let me also recognize the terrific service members from Area Support Group Afghanistan; JTF Parwan; Task Force Cobalt; our Theater Reaction Force — “Fury”; Task Force Griffin; Task Force Hellhound EOD. Where are you? (Applause.) Task Force Loyalty. (Applause.) I like them. I like them there. Task Force Hiki No. (Applause.) Hiki No. Where are you, Hiki No? (Applause.) That’s great. That’s great.

Warfighters, keep up the great work. Really, keep up the great work. That’s fantastic. And we’re glad we could mention most of you. I know we left somebody out. Did we leave anybody out?

AUDIENCE MEMBER: (Inaudible.)

THE PRESIDENT: I agree. Who else? (Laughter.)

Together, we’re all very proud of the part the most feared and lethal fighting force ever assembled has played toward peace. America’s military dominates the sky. Nobody can dominate the sky like we do. We have the new F-35s coming out — stealth, and even super-stealth. It’s hard for the enemy because there’s one problem they have: You can’t see the planes. It’s always tough to fight a plane when you can’t see it.

But America’s military dominates the sky. You dominate the sea. You dominate the land. You dominate space. You will not be deterred, and you will never, ever be defeated.

The United States never seeks war. We seek peace wherever peace can be found. We want peace. We do want peace. I want peace more than anybody. You know, they said, when I was elected, “Oh, we’ll be in a war in the first day.” Right? Remember that? No.

But when we do, and if we do — and I hope we never do — we will win. We’re going to fight to win. We only fight to win. We only fight to win. (Applause.)

But if we are forced, we will avenge the enemy with overwhelming power, and we will win like — the old days, we won. Then we went where we sort of played for ties. But we don’t play for ties anymore. We don’t do the tie thing anymore. Is that okay with you folks? Is that all right? (Applause.)

Victory on the battlefield will always belong to you, the American warrior. In the long run, of course, the future of Afghanistan and nations across this region will not be decided on the battlefield. Ultimately, there will be — need to be a political solution, and we’re working with the President and we’re working with a lot of people right now on a political solution decided by the people of the region themselves.

But rest assured that my administration will always be committed to annihilating terrorists wherever they appear, because we don’t want them in our country. We’re going to tell them, “Get the hell out.” And we’re doing it all the time. “Get them out.” And we will continue to work tirelessly for the day when we can bring each and every one of you home and safe to your family. And that day is coming — coming very soon.

In the 18 years since the attacks of September 11th, thousands of American patriots have left their everyday lives and cherished loved ones, put on their uniforms, and flown here to Afghanistan. Some of our brave warriors have made the ultimate sacrifice. We honor their memory today, and we will always honor their memory. Like all of them, each of you came to do your duty. You came to defend American liberty. You came because our nation needed you, and they needed you right here.

The men and women of our military are totally loyal to our country. And every day I am President, America will always be totally loyal to you.

I just want to finish by saying that, with your courage, we will continue to pursue America’s enemies to ends of the Earth. Greatest in the world. We will chase them down. We will get the terrorists. We will break their will. We will not give them rest — no break and no way out. They won’t have a chance. As long as America’s soldiers, sailors, airmen, Coast Guardsmen, and Marines are on the mission, our nation’s adversaries do not have even a small hope of victory.

Together, we will preserve our freedom, we will protect our homeland, and we will always defend and honor our great American flag.

I want to thank you, Bagram Air Base. This is a special place — a place that everybody talks about in our country. What you’ve done here and what you’ve built here is powerful. And I just want to say: Next year, we’ll be having Thanksgiving together — it may be back in the United States — because you’ve done so much work here, and you’ve done it well.

God bless you. God bless our great country. God bless everybody in this room. Be safe. I will see you very soon. We will be back. We’ll be back. And we are coming back as a country like nobody has ever seen.

When I’m greeted — and I’m often greeted — by leaders of the world, they start off by saying two things: “Congratulations on what you’ve done with your country, from an economic standpoint. We’ve never seen anything like it.” And, “Sir, congratulations on rebuilding your military.” And that’s what we’ve done.

God bless you all. Thank you very much. Thank you.


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President TRUMP IN AFGHANISTAN: The President visits troops for Thanksgiving




President TRUMP IN AFGHANISTAN: The President visits troops for Thanksgiving

There's nowhere I'd rather celebrate Thanksgiving than with the best and bravest warriors.


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WHAT TO DO AT THANKSGIVING





WHAT TO DO AT THANKSGIVING


Here's how you respond when someone mentions the POTUS Donald J. Trump during Thanksgiving dinner.


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November 27, 2019

Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter...The Trump Train never stops.






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The BEST President in our Lifetime...President Donald Trump



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Sarasota, Florida, US





Sarasota, Florida, US


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November 26, 2019

Sherlock Holmes The Spider Woman





Sherlock Holmes The Spider Woman


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President Trump Homecoming Rally - Sunrise, Florida




President Donald Trump brings ‘homecoming’ rally to South Florida

SUNRISE, Fla. – President Donald Trump is headed to South Florida for a "homecoming" rally Tuesday night in Sunrise.

The campaign rally for the Republican president is scheduled to begin at 7 p.m., but doors to the BB&T Center will open at 3 p.m.


Trump announced earlier this fall that he now considers Florida his home, specifically his beloved Mar-a-Lago Club in Palm Beach, where he’s spending Thanksgiving.


Outside the arena on Tuesday afternoon, Richard Rossi, 63, of Pompano Beach, was wearing a firefighter helmet with bull horns and holding a cow bell and a sign saying “you get no bull with Trump” as he posted for photos with rally-goers

“I’m wearing this outfit to prove that I’m the ‘original Trumper’” Rossi said.

He wore the same outfit at a Trump event in 2012 in Boca Raton, he said. At that time, he said Trump was just “dipping his toe in the waters” deciding if he would run.

“This is outstanding that he’s here,” Rossi said. He said he also went to a rally in Orlando at the start of the campaign, though he didn’t wear the bull outfit then.

Donald J. Trump filled the BB&T Center Arena to its rafters and then added thousands more supporters outside the arena.


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President Trump on Tuesday pardoned two turkeys at the White House ahead of Thanksgiving



Butter wins "National Thanksgiving Turkey" title over Bread

President Trump on Tuesday pardoned two turkeys at the White House ahead of Thanksgiving — a decades-long tradition in which the president uses the power of the office to keep a pair of the meaty birds off holiday tables.

Alluding to Democrats' ongoing impeachment inquiry, the president joked that both turkeys "already received subpoenas to appear in Adam Schiff's basement on Thursday."

"Thankfully, Bread and Butter have been specially raised by the Jacksons to remain clam under any condition, which will be very important because they've already received subpoenas to appear in Adam Schiff's basement on Thursday. It's true," the president joked. "Hundreds of people have. It seems the Democrats are accusing me of being too soft on turkey. But Bread and Butter, I should note that unlike previous witnesses, you and I have actually met. It's very unusual. I expect this pardon will be a very popular one with the media. After all, turkeys are closely related to vultures. I don't know if I like that line, but there is a little truth to it."


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President Trump to hold 'homecoming' rally in Florida to celebrate move out of NYC






President Trump to hold 'homecoming' rally in Florida to celebrate move out of NYC


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U.S. Secretary of State Michael R. Pompeo delivers remarks to the media in the Press Briefing Room at the Department of State.




U.S. Secretary of State Michael R. Pompeo delivers remarks to the media in the Press Briefing Room at the Department of State


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Jon Voight hits back at the left’s disdain for Trump






Jon Voight hits back at the left’s disdain for Trump



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Snoopy's Christmas vs. The Red Baron - The Royal Guardsmen




Snoopy's Christmas vs. The Red Baron - The Royal Guardsmen

The Royal Guardsmen were 5 guys from Ocala, Florida. They recorded a quartet of songs inspired by Snoopy the Beagle in the "Peanuts" comic strip between 1967 and 1968.



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November 25, 2019

President Trump Participates in a Signing Ceremony for the Preventing Animal Cruelty and Torture Act




President Trump Participates in a Signing Ceremony for the Preventing Animal Cruelty and Torture Act


Thank You President Trump,,, WE ARE THEIR VOICE. . . Trump keeps breaking records.


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The First Lady Participates in the White House Christmas Tree Delivery







The First Lady Participates in the White House Christmas Tree Delivery






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President Trump Welcomes NCAA Champions to the White House





President Trump Welcomes NCAA Champions to the White House


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President Trump Honors Conan the Dog



President Trump Honors Conan the Dog



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November 24, 2019

Sherlock Holmes in Washington Classic Movie






Sherlock Holmes in Washington Classic Movie

British secret agent Alfred Pettibone carrying a vital secret document is murdered on his way to deliver it in the USA. The British government turns to Holmes for help. He deduces that Pettibone converted the document to microfilm. Avoiding an assassination attempt, he hurries to Washington with Watson to retrieve it before it falls into the hands of an "international spy ring". Holmes is certain that the spies do not yet possess the document, as people who were in contact with Pettibone on his journey have been harassed. Pettibone's body was then delivered to Holmes by the spies as means to throw Holmes off the track.

Before his death, the agent managed to pass the microfilm, hidden inside a "V for Victory" matchbook, into the unwitting hands of Washington debutante and bride-to-be Nancy Partridge. The matches get passed from hand to hand at a party unknowingly and end up in the inadvertent possession of the chief spy, Heinrich Hinkel (known as the seemingly respectable Richard Stanley in Washington), when he has Partridge kidnapped.

Holmes tracks down the ring to an antiques shop, where he confronts Hinkel. During their cat-and-mouse conversation, he even tells the spy that "the man who has it doesn't know he has it", with the matchbook in plain sight. Holmes is taken prisoner, but just as he and Partridge are about to be murdered, the police, summoned by Watson by prior arrangement with Holmes, break in and, after a gunfight, rescue the pair. Hinkel gets away, along with the matchbook, however. Holmes races to the office of Senator Henry Babcock, having led Hinkel to believe the microfilm is under a stamp of a letter in the senator's possession. Holmes arrives first and, as Hinkel eavesdrops, reveals the importance of the letter. Hinkel takes the letter at gunpoint, only to have the police capture him. Holmes then takes the matches and sets fire to the letter, before revealing that the microfilm was in the matchbook all along.


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Christina Aguilera - I Will Always Love You







Christina Aguilera - I Will Always Love You



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Sen. Kennedy slams Pelosi for using impeachment as 'routine political weapon'





Sen. Kennedy slams Pelosi for using impeachment as 'routine political weapon'


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Son of House Speaker Pelosi made money in Ukraine




Son of House Speaker Pelosi made money in Ukraine


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House Intelligence Committee member Elise Stefanik on Rep. Adam Schiff ,'He doesn't want to hear the truth'




House Intelligence Committee member Elise Stefanik on Rep. Adam Schiff working to silence Republicans during impeachment proceedings......'He doesn't want to hear the truth'



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November 23, 2019

Sherlock Holmes In The House of Fear 1945






Sherlock Holmes In The House of Fear 1945

Holmes is visited by Mr. Chalmers (Gavin Muir), an insurance agent with a strange tale. Seven single men, calling themselves "The Good Comrades", live together in the remote Scottish castle of Drearcliffe House, near the village of Inverneill. Recently one of the "Good Comrades" received a strange message, an envelope containing nothing but seven orange pips. That night, he was murdered and his body horribly mutilated. A few days later, a second envelope was delivered, this time containing six pips, and the recipient also died mysteriously soon afterwards, his battered corpse being recovered from the base of the cliffs. Chalmers holds £100,000 of life insurance policies on the seven men, and suspects that one is systematically murdering the others in order to collect the money, and begs Holmes to investigate.

Holmes and Watson arrive at the scene only to find another murder has occurred. His body is burned to a crisp. Lestrade also arrives to investigate. Despite Holmes' best efforts, three more deaths occur, each time leaving the victim's body unrecognizable.

Lestrade jumps to the obvious conclusion, that the last surviving member, Bruce Alistair (Aubrey Mather), murdered all the others. However, after Watson goes missing, Holmes has deduced the truth and leads Lestrade (and Alistair) to a secret room where all the "Good Comrades" - alive and well - are hiding with Watson tied up. Holmes explains that Alistair was the victim of a plot to frame him for murder and collect the insurance money by the other six.


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"BASIC MANNERS ELUDE YOU" - Ben Carson Wipe the floor with Maxine Waters and Entire Democrats




"BASIC MANNERS ELUDE YOU" - Ben Carson Wipe the floor with Maxine Waters and Entire Democrats



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Trans-Siberian Orchestra - Christmas Canon Rock




Trans-Siberian Orchestra - Christmas Canon Rock


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U.S. Vice President Mike Pence and his wife Karen Pence help serve a Thanksgiving meal to U.S. troops in a dining facility at Camp Flores on the Al-Asad Air Base in western Iraq, Saturday, November 23.






U.S. Vice President Mike Pence and his wife Karen Pence help serve a Thanksgiving meal to U.S. troops in a dining facility at Camp Flores on the Al-Asad Air Base in western Iraq, Saturday, November 23.



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Road Trip: California's Pacific Coast Highway





Road Trip: California's Pacific Coast Highway


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Aerial of Sarasota, Florida and Surrounding Keys




Aerial of Sarasota and Surrounding Keys



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Subaru Commercial - Camping





Subaru Commercial - Camping



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November 22, 2019

Devil's Cargo (1948) THE FALCON



Devil's Cargo (1948) THE FALCON



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Congresswoman Maxine Waters is a typical examle of what EVIL is in our government



Maxine Waters Speak Up LA June 23 2018

"Let's make sure we show up wherever we have to show up. And if you see anybody from that Cabinet in a restaurant, in a department store, at a gasoline station, you get out and you create a crowd. And you push back on them. And you tell them they're not welcome anymore, anywhere. We've got to get the children connected to their parents," Waters said at the Wilshire Federal Building, according to video of the event.
"We don't know what damage has been done to these children. All that we know is they're in cages. They're in prisons. They're in jails. I don't care what they call it, that's where they are and Mr. President, we will see you every day, every hour of the day, everywhere that we are to let you know you cannot get away with this," she added.

Waters appeared on MSNBC later in the day to double down on her remarks, saying she has "no sympathy" for members of the Trump administration.


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President Trump calls into ‘Fox & Friends’ amid impeachment probe, upcoming FISA report






President Trump calls into ‘Fox & Friends’ amid impeachment probe, upcoming FISA report


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Subaru Dog Tested | Subaru Commercial | Phone Navigation



Subaru Dog Tested | Subaru Commercial | Phone Navigation



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November 21, 2019

Rep. Stefanik: Adam Schiff is an abject failure




Rep. Stefanik: Adam Schiff is an abject failure



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President Trump Presents the National Medal of Arts and the National Humanities Medal





President Trump Presents the National Medal of Arts and the National Humanities Medal

President Trump is a true Son of Liberty, fighting for the soul of America.
We are Trump! United We Stand with Trump!!!


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Republican Rep. Jim Jordan ips impeachment hearings




Republican Rep. Jim Jordan details what he and his GOP colleagues have learned from the last five days of public impeachment inquiry proceedings. Plus, Bret Baier confronts Jordan on his seeming distaste for jackets



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Mike Turner on Impeachment to the VILE Democrats "YOU GUYS WANNA BE THE LAUGHING STOCK OF HISTORY?"






Mike Turner on Impeachment to the VILE Democrats "YOU GUYS WANNA BE THE LAUGHING STOCK OF HISTORY?"



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Devin Nunes DIGS into Hunter Biden controversy




Devin Nunes DIGS into Hunter Biden controversy



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Devin Nunes Says Dems Have DAMAGED The Nation



Devin Nunes Says Dems Have DAMAGED The Nation


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President Trump Delivers Remarks at the Apple Manufacturing Plant




President Trump Delivers Remarks at the Apple Manufacturing Plant


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Subaru Dog Tested I Subaru Commercial I Drop Off





Subaru Dog Tested I Subaru Commercial I Drop Off


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November 20, 2019

WE WANT BIDEN: Devin Nunes DEMANDS whistleblower & Hunter Biden to testify





WE WANT BIDEN: Devin Nunes DEMANDS whistleblower & Hunter Biden to testify


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UKRAINE HOAX: President Trump RESPONDS To Gordon Sondland Testimony






UKRAINE HOAX: President Trump RESPONDS To Gordon Sondland Testimony



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November 19, 2019

Greg Gutfeld: This isn't an impeachment hearing, it's an HR meeting






Greg Gutfeld: This isn't an impeachment hearing, it's an HR meeting


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AWESOME Jim Jordan Backs Schiff Into a Corner on Exposing the Whistleblower






Jim Jordan Backs Schiff Into a Corner on Exposing the Whistleblower

Jim Jordan clashed with Rep. Adam Schiff in an impeachment hearing today as Adam Schiff refused to let Lt. Col. Vindman reveal who he leaked information about President Trump's phone call to. Schiff said it might expose the "Whistleblower", but Jim Jordan shot back reminding Schiff that he claimed he didn't know who the "Whistleblower" was.


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Fantastic President Trump calls press 'dangerous' after report of recent hospital visit




Trump calls press 'dangerous' after report of recent hospital visit

In a statement to the press, President Trump addressed trade issues, the impeachment 'hoax' and the media's reporting on his recent trip to the hospital for a physical.



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'WE DON'T BELIEVE YOU': says Jim Jordan CALLS OUT Schiff For Knowing Who's The Whistleblower





'WE DON'T BELIEVE YOU': says Jim Jordan CALLS OUT Schiff For Knowing Who's The Whistleblower



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"WHO DID YOU TELL?": Jim Jordan Questions Lt. Col. Vindman About Ukraine Call




"WHO DID YOU TELL?": Jim Jordan Questions Lt. Col. Vindman About Ukraine Call


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IMPEACHMENT HEARINGS: Elise Stefanik Questions Day 3 Witnesses



IMPEACHMENT HEARINGS: Elise Stefanik Questions Day 3 Witnesses


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Rep. John Ratcliffe: No witness has used the word bribery





Ratcliffe: No witness has used the word bribery

Rep. John Ratcliffe, notes that Democrats have called Trump's conduct "bribery" and then pulls out a mountain of papers of deposition transcripts. He says at no point have witnesses described his conduct as "bribery" in the last six weeks. He says the word appears only once -- and that's in relation to former Vice President Joe Biden's alleged conduct.


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Rep. Devin Nunes addressed the American people directly and revealed three questions that Democrats, the "Whistleblower", and the Media REFUSE to answer!




Rep. Devin Nunes addressed the American people directly and revealed three questions that Democrats, the "Whistleblower", and the Media REFUSE to answer!



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Subaru Dog Tested I Subaru Commercial I Honk




Subaru Dog Tested I Subaru Commercial I Honk



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November 18, 2019

Ohio Congressman Jim Jordan joins 'The Daily Briefing' to talk this week's upcoming public impeachment hearings



Ohio Congressman Jim Jordan joins 'The Daily Briefing' to talk this week's upcoming public impeachment hearings



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The real scandal being covered up by the impeachment inquiry is Hunter Biden's Ukraine gas scandal




The real scandal being covered up by the impeachment inquiry is Hunter Biden's Ukraine gas scandal



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November 17, 2019

The Power of the Whistler 1945






The Power of the Whistler 1945



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November 16, 2019

The Whistler - The 1st Whistler movie. Starring Richard Dix 1944





The Whistler 1944


The 1st Whistler movie. Starring Richard Dix. 1944.

The actress who played Miss Walker is Gloria Stuart, who was the older Rose in Titanic.


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November 15, 2019

The Secret of the Whistler




The Secret of the Whistler


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"IMPEACHMENT CHARADE": Rep. Lee Zeldin (R-NY) GOES OFF about hearing



"IMPEACHMENT CHARADE": Rep. Lee Zeldin (R-NY) GOES OFF about hearing



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Jim JORDAN QUESTIONS YOVANOVITCH





JORDAN QUESTIONS YOVANOVITCH


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Good for STEFANIK !!! She GOES AFTER SCHIFF: Explosive moments during impeachment hearing day 2





Good for STEFANIK !!! She GOES AFTER SCHIFF: Explosive moments during impeachment hearing day 2


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President Trump Delivers Remarks on Honesty and Transparency in Healthcare Prices





President Trump Delivers Remarks on Honesty and Transparency in Healthcare Prices

Our president is GOOD AND RIGHTOUS !! LOVE OUR GREAT PRESIDENT!!! NON OTHER LIKE HIM!!!


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Watch POS Schiff shut down GOP Rep. trying to question Yovanovitch



Watch POS Schiff shut down GOP Rep. trying to question Yovanovitch.

House Intelligence Committee Chair Rep. Adam Schiff shuts down ranking member Rep. Devin Nunes' attempt to yield time to Rep. Elise Stefanik to question former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch during the public impeachment hearing.


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House Intelligence Committee Ranking Member Devin Nunes makes his opening statement during the second public impeachment hearing







House Intelligence Committee Ranking Member Devin Nunes makes his opening statement during the second public impeachment hearing


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November 14, 2019

Kolchak: The Night Stalker S01E09 - The Spanish Moss Murders




Kolchak: The Night Stalker S01E09 - The Spanish Moss Murders


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President Trump Rally - Bossier City, Louisiana



President Trump Rally - Bossier City, Louisiana


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Baby its Cold Outside - Dean Martin




Baby its Cold Outside - Dean Martin



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Hearings are "A DISGRACE" says Kevin McCarthy Says Impeachment Hearings NEED To Stop






Hearings are "A DISGRACE" says Kevin McCarthy Says Impeachment Hearings NEED To Stop


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Ohio Congressman Jim Jordan sounds off on first open hearing of 'impeachment sham process'




House Republicans denounce impeachment testimony as 'hearsay.' Ohio Congressman Jim Jordan joins 'Fox and Friends' to talk about the first hearing and previews Friday's hearing with former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch.


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Kanye West's Born Again Testimony





Kanye West's Born Again Testimony



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Counselor to the president Kellyanne Conway : Impeachment hearing showed Dems have no case against Trump






Counselor to the president Kellyanne Conway : Impeachment hearing showed Dems have no case against Trump

Counselor to the president Kellyanne Conway shares the White House reaction to the first public impeachment hearings with Amb. William Taylor and George Kent on 'Fox & Friends' and reacts to Deval Patrick entering the 2020 race.



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November 13, 2019

Don Trump Jr. reacts to first public hearing of Trump impeachment probe





Don Trump Jr. reacts to first public hearing of Trump impeachment probe



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Rep. Mark Meadows (R-NC) speaks to the media during the first impeachment hearing break






Rep. Mark Meadows (R-NC) speaks to the media during the first impeachment hearing break.



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Rep. Doug Collins (R-GA) says Democrats are worried about President Trump and their chances in 2020 and are using the public impeachment inquiry hearings to search for a crime



Rep. Doug Collins (R-GA) says Democrats are worried about President Trump and their chances in 2020 and are using the public impeachment inquiry hearings to search for a crime.


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