Trump’s Meeting with CEOs to Revolutionize Government


While the left-wing media is concentrating on demonizing Trump 24/7, he’s moving merrily along eliminating regulations and signing bills. The media doesn’t report the news, but there is news and the media is missing it.

Trump met with the tech CEOs to seek ways of improving the government systems.

President Donald Trump met on Monday with the heads of 18 U.S. technology companies including Apple Inc, Inc.,  and Microsoft Corp, seeking their help to make the government’s computing systems more efficient.

The White House wants to update government information technology systems, cut costs, eliminate waste and improve service.

“The U.S. should have the most modern government in the world. Today it doesn’t,” Apple Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook said.

Amazon Chief Executive Officer Jeff Bezos said he wanted the Trump administration to make use of commercially available technologies, worker retraining, machine learning and artificial intelligence.

Reuters reported it but you won’t hear much of it on network news.

Maggie Haberman was out tweeting that Trump told Tim Cook he’s interested in immigration reform, which may or may not be true. She ignored the efforts to improve our government systems.

Did you know that some computers are still on DOS?

Trump abolished the rule to prevent another Y2K.  Y2K was the most overblown fake news of 2000. It fizzled after a lot of hoopla. It’s laughable that it was still being investigated.

After Trump’s June 1st decision to withdraw from the Paris climate accords, Tesla CEO Elon Musk and Walt Disney CEO Robert Iger stepped down from White House advisory panels. It’s had no impact.

They didn’t have enough space due to demand. CEOS had to be turned away.

We have a businessman looking at the inefficient workings of the U.S. government instead of a manipulative pajama boy whose claim to fame was community organizing.

Jared Kushner, Trump’s son-in-law and adviser, said the administration wanted to “unleash the creativity of the private sector to provide citizen services in a way that has never happened before.”

Trump’s scrapping waste. Furthermore, he wants to shrink government.

Calls for Trump to resign

Rolling Stone missed the meeting with tech CEOs. They’re too busy calling for Donald Trump’s resignation along with every Democrat and a slew of anti-Trumpers. Lots of luck with that.

Ed Klein was asked if Trump would resign. His answer was concise. When Trump was going through tough times with a celebrity divorce and a prenup with his second wife, Marla Maples, he was also $1 billion in debt. Klein was traveling the country with him at the time.

Trump was taking a beating in the press.

Klein asked him about giving up to which he said: “There’s a level of brutality in boxing. It’s hard to take 300 punches in the face and come back for another round. I remember hearing a champ after a fight say to the cameras, ‘I want to thank the Lord my Savior, who gave me the ability to beat the bejesus out of my opponent.'”

Therefore, you can be sure this man is in to the finish. The left won’t beat him. He may have his faults but you’d hardly find anyone more up to the task of defeating the worst threat to the Republic in 200 years.

Donald Trump is like a great doctor with a bad bedside manner

As Mike Huckabee says, President Donald Trump is like a doctor with a bad bedside manner – but that’s better than one who’s nice “but my family member dies in the hospital bed.”

“He can be crude and he can come across sometimes less than people think,” Huckabee said. “But by golly, the patient is alive, and I’d rather have this president who gets things done, than one who comes in and he’s nice, and he smiles, but my family member dies in the hospital bed.”

“America needs to say two words to Donald Trump: ‘Thank you,'” he declared.

Huckabee specifically praised Trump for “creating a new environment with our foreign friends across the world,” for “repudiating regulations,” and for “creating a market where the stock market is sky high.”

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