Happy Halloween 2016

WH Halloween 2014

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Don’t be tricked by the GOP candidates!

Steve Sack cartoon
Steve Sack cartoon
Rob Rogers cartoon
Rob Rogers cartoon
Joe Heller cartoon
Joe Heller cartoon

What Could Be Scarier Then This??!!!

REASONS FOR NEVER TRUMP:

1980s Jessica Leeds’ Allegations of Unwanted Physical Contact by Donald Trump

1990s Kristin Anderson’s Allegations of Unwanted Physical Contact by Donald Trump

1991 Esquire Magazine interview that it “doesn’t really matter what (the media) write as long as you’ve got a young and beautiful piece of ass.”

10/13/94 In Primetime Live interview Donald Trump states “I tell friends who treat their wives magnificently, get treated like crap in return, ‘Be rougher and you’ll see a different relationship.

1997 Cathy Heller’s Allegations of Unwanted Physical Contact by Donald Trump

1997 Temple Taggart McDowell’s Allegations of Unwanted Physical Contact by Donald Trump

1997 Mariah Billado’s Allegations of Unwanted Physical Contact by Donald Trump

2000 Bridget Sullivan’s Allegations of Unwanted Physical Contact by Donald Trump

2001 Tasha Dixon’s Allegations of Unwanted Physical Contact by Donald Trump

2001 Unnamed Miss USA contestant’s Allegations of Unwanted Physical Contact by Donald Trump

2003 Mindy McGillivray’s Allegations of Unwanted Physical Contact by Donald Trump

Sept 2004 Donald Trump comments to Howards Stern on his daughter Ivanka’s body and, when asked, tells Stern that it is okay for him to call his daughter “a piece of ass”

9/16/05 Donald Trump recorded having extremely lewd conversation about women in 2005

2005 Rachel Crooks’ Allegations of Unwanted Physical Contact by Donald Trump

2005 Natasha Stoynoff’s Allegations of Unwanted Physical Contact by Donald Trump

2007 Summer Zervos’ Allegations of Unwanted Physical Contact by Donald Trump

2010 Unnamed friend of CNN anchor Erin Burnett’s Allegations of Unwanted Physical Contact by Donald Trump

2013 Cassandra Searles’ Allegations of Unwanted Physical Contact by Donald Trump

2/24/16 David Duke, a former Ku Klux Klan Grand Dragon, expressed vocal support for Trump’s campaign on his radio show

3/2/16 World considers a Trump presidency, and many shudder

3/2/16 Open Letter From 121 Members of the Republican National Security Community

3/30/16 Trump angst pours in from overseas

3/31/16 Analyst: Trump’s Isolationist Views Would Remove ‘Pillar of World Stability’

7/17/16 Republicans Will Nominate a Candidate Who Would Violate the First, Fourth, Fifth and Eighth Amendments

8/5/16 America’s Top Spies and Analyts Warn of Real Threat of a Trump Presidency – 5 Leaders Who Have Spoken out

9/22/16 75 retired senior diplomats sign letter opposing Trump for president

10/6/16 30 Former Republican lawmakers denounce Donald Trump: “Manifestly unqualified to be president”

10/6/16 Group of nearly 80 evangelical leaders publish letter condemning Trump
“We cannot ignore this bigotry.”

10/7/16 White Nationalist PAC Rolls Out Pro-Trump Radio Ad Targeting Swing States

11/1/16 Klu Klux Klan paper embraces Trump in front-page article

11/14/16 KKK, American Nazi Party praise Trump’s hiring of Bannon [as his chief strategist]

Give America a treat

Vote for Democrats in 2015

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18 thoughts on “Happy Halloween 2016

  1. WH

    Sunday, October 30, 2016

    All Times Eastern

    President Obama receives the presidential daily briefing

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    • October 31, 2016

      Remarks by the President at Halloween Event

      East Room

      4:36 P.M. EDT

      THE PRESIDENT: Happy Halloween, everybody! (Applause.) Trick or treat. Well, it is great to see all of you guys. Your costumes are outstanding. Young man, no selfies in the middle of me talking. (Laughter.) And, Darth Vader, back up a little bit. I’m getting spooked. (Laughter.)

      So we just want to say to all the families, all the kids, it is great to see you guys and we hope you have a great time today. You guys all look scary, or cool, or whatever you’re trying to be. (Laughter.) Awesome. Many of you look awesome. And we hope you have a great time. We hope, parents, that on this day at least, you don’t have to pay attention to Michelle and healthy eating. (Laughter.)

      MRS. OBAMA: Candy for everybody. (Applause.)

      THE PRESIDENT: And in fact, the more candy, the later you eat the candy, the better. (Laughter.) Because I think that you being up all night with a sugar rush is exactly what your parents are looking for. (Laughter.)

      All right. So we hope you guys have a great time. And to the staff who are here, thank you, guys. I’m glad you guys took a little break from all the outstanding work. (Applause.)

      And now, my understanding is, is that we’ve been working on a little dance. We don’t know how it’s going to go, but we think we should all just try it anyway. What do you think?

      AUDIENCE: Yes!

      For more: https://www.whitehouse.gov/the-press-office/2016/10/31/remarks-president-halloween-event

  2. WH

    Monday, October 31, 2016

    All Times Eastern

    President Obama receives the presidential daily briefing

    President Obama attends meetings at the White House

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    White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest briefs the press

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    President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama welcome local children and military families to trick-or-treat at the White House
    South Portico

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  3. WH

    Tuesday, November 1, 2016

    All Times Eastern

    President Obama receives the presidential daily briefing

    President Obama attends meetings at the White House

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    Vice President Biden deliver remarks at an event for Congressman Jim Clyburn
    Morris College, Sumter, South Carolina

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    Vice President Biden delivers remarks at a Fran Person for Congress event
    Rock Hill, South Carolina

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    3:05 PM
    President Obama departs White House
    South Lawn

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    President Obama departs Joint Base Andrews en route to Columbus, Ohio

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    President Obama arrives Columbus, Ohio
    John Glenn International Airport, Columbus, Ohio

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    President Obama participates in a Hillary for America event
    Capital University Field House, Columbus, Ohio

    5:45 PM
    Vice President Biden deliver remarks at a Hillary for America campaign event
    Arbor Glen Outreach Center, Charlotte, North Carolina

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    President Obama departs Columbus, Ohio en route to The White House
    John Glenn International Airport, Columbus, Ohio

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    President Obama arrives Joint Base Andrews

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    President Obama arrives White House
    South Lawn

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  4. US Purchasing Managers’ Manufacturing Index

    PMI Manufacturing Index

    Released On 11/1/2016 9:45:00 AM For Oct, 2016

    Prior Actual
    Level 51.5 53.4

    Highlights
    A marked upturn in new orders leads a very positive manufacturing PMI which finished October at 53.4, up 2 tenths from mid-month and up a convincing 1.9 points from September. The increase in orders is centered in domestic demand though export orders also improved. Backlogs are another plus, rising to the best level in three months.

    Other strengths include gains for production, active building of inventories together with increases in purchase activity. Hiring during the month also increased though modestly.

    The bulk of the readings in this report are at their best levels since this time last year. And confirming the strength is upward pressure on input costs that is being passed through to selling prices, the latter surging to a 5-year high. Based on this report, the manufacturing sector, after a flat year, is now accelerating into year end.

    Source: http://www.econoday.com/economic-calendar.aspx

  5. US factory activity picks up in October

    Nov 1st, 2016 @ 8:21am By Paul Wiseman, Associated Press

    WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. manufacturing grew last month at the fastest pace since July, a sign that American factories are coping with economic weakness overseas and a strong dollar.

    The Institute for Supply Management says its manufacturing index came in at 51.9 up from 51.5 in August. Anything above 50 signals growth. Production and export orders grew faster in October. A measure of factory employment rose last month after falling for three straight months.

    Factories have now expanded seven of the last eight months, suggesting they’ve overcome the weight of a strong dollar that makes their products costlier in foreign markets.

    Overall, the U.S. economy has picked up speed: The Commerce Department reported last week that the economy grew at a 2.9 percent annual clip from July through September, fastest in two years.

  6. November 01, 2016

    Remarks by the President at Ohio Democrats Early Vote Event

    Capital University, Columbus, Ohio

    5:34 P.M. EDT

    THE PRESIDENT: Hello, Columbus! (Applause.) O-H!

    AUDIENCE: I-O!

    THE PRESIDENT: O-H!

    AUDIENCE: I-O!

    THE PRESIDENT: Oh, it is good to be back!

    AUDIENCE: USA! USA! USA!

    THE PRESIDENT: USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! (Applause.)

    Now, let me just, first of all — let me ask a question here. What did everybody have to drink before you came in here? (Laughter.) You guys had something caffeinated because you seem pretty fired up! (Applause.) You seem like you’re ready to go! (Applause.) You seem fired up, Ohio! (Applause.)

    Let me begin by, first of all, thanking your outstanding Congresswoman, Joyce Beatty, for that introduction. (Applause.) You’ve got Mayors Ben Kessler and Andrew Ginther here. (Applause.) Your next United States senator, Ted Strickland. (Applause.)

    Let me ask a sensitive question for a Chicagoan: How many Cleveland Indian fans in the house? (Applause.) I just want you to know that you don’t have to worry because we will get you out of this auditorium before the first pitch. So you’re all good. (Applause.) And because I’ve been watching the World Series, I am aware that because Francisco Lindor stole second base in game one, everyone in America gets a free taco at Taco Bell tomorrow. (Applause.) Yay! (Laughter.) I mean, this guy was so fired up about the free taco, look at him. (Applause.) I have never seen anybody so excited about a free taco, this guy right here. (Laughter.)

    Now, there is a reason — the reason I’m bringing this up — if you can find the time to get a free taco, then you can find the time to go vote. (Applause.) If you can find the time to go to Taco Bell, you can find the time to go to IWillVote.com, find your nearest early voting location, and cast your ballot. And although Election Day may be one week away, here in Ohio, you can vote right now. You can vote right now. (Applause.) You can vote, and then go get your taco. (Applause.) It’s like a combo meal. (Laughter.) It’s like you get something good for your soul, and then you get something good for your appetite. (Applause.)

    So I am working as hard as I can, and I’m asking you to spend the rest of this week working as hard as you can to make sure that the next President of the United States is Hillary Rodham Clinton. Work as hard for her as you worked for me. (Applause.)

    For more: https://www.whitehouse.gov/the-press-office/2016/11/01/remarks-president-ohio-democrats-early-vote-event

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