Trump to address graduates of US Coast Guard Academy

Robyn Valdez
May 18, 2017

The New York Times, citing sources close to Comey, reported on Tuesday that Trump asked the Federal Bureau of Investigation director in an Oval Office meeting to drop its probe of former national security adviser Michael Flynn.

President Donald Trump is telling graduates of the U.S. Coast Guard Academy that no other politician has been treated more unfairly by the media. "Never, ever, give up", assuring them: "Things will work out just fine".

That remains to be seen.

Trump also praised the newly minted Coast Guard officers, emphasizing that they will be an asset as new members of the US military to his efforts to protect the homeland, protect USA harbors and seas from drug smuggling and human trafficking, and keep out "all who seek to do harm to our country".

Escaping Washington for the day trip, Mr Trump appeared buoyed as he drew hearty applause throughout his remarks from the crowd of family and friends of the cadets attending the outdoor ceremony on a brilliantly sunny day at the Coast Guard stadium.

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It is the president's second appearance before graduates this commencement season.

"Don't back down, and never stop doing what you know is right", he thundered.

"I've accomplished a tremendous amount in a very short time as president".

"You have to put your head down and fight, fight, fight", Trump said.

In an aside, he added: "I guess that's why we won". "Nothing worth doing ever, ever, ever came easy", Trump said, apparently reading a list of aphorisms found after Googling "motivational words to say in speech". Trump said he was elected to serve "the forgotten men and women of our country".

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Mr Trump's brief jaunt outside Washington was perhaps a welcome respite.

In the meantime, though, the Republican chairman of the House Oversight Committee, Jason Chaffetz, said Tuesday night he was prepared to subpoena the memo in which Comey reportedly recounted his talk with Trump.

The Russian leader also mocked the idea that Trump had shared secrets during the Oval Office meeting, calling the allegations "political schizophrenia" spread by people who were either "dumb" or "corrupt". "In the fishing industry, we're dealing with a lot of over regulation and we believe there's a lot of things that could be done to make the industry thrive again". "It's awesome the adventures that are about to begin for you", President Trump added.

Democratic representative Al Green spoke from the House floor yesterday to demand Mr Trump's impeachment, saying "democracy is at risk" in the US.

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