Here are the stories I am following today, November 1.
1-Trump mulls FDR-like ‘fireside chat’ over Ukraine phone call
President Trump said Thursday he may read the transcript of his July 25 telephone conversation with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky aloud to Americans in the style of the famous fireside chats delivered by President Franklin Roosevelt during the 1930s and 1940s. “This is over a phone call that is a good call,” Trump said in an interview with the Washington Examiner. “At some point, I’m going to sit down, perhaps as a fireside chat on live television, and I will read the transcript of the call because people have to hear it. When you read it, it’s a straight call.”
DML: It’s a smart move for as long as he does it presidential style and not rally event.
2-Ex-White House official testifies he wasn’t concerned ‘anything illegal was discussed’ on Trump-Ukraine call
The president’s consideration of a fireside chat came amid two developments: A sharply divided House voted Thursday to approve a resolution setting “ground rules” for the impeachment inquiry into Trump. In addition, a top White House adviser on the National Security Council who recently resigned testified to the House impeachment inquiry that he was not concerned that “anything illegal was discussed” during the president’s call with Ukraine’s president. Still, Tim Morrison, whose resignation was first reported Wednesday, appeared to confirm details about Trump’s efforts to push Ukraine to investigate his political rivals.
DML: Imagine the inquiry that would be taking place had Trump sent billions of cash dollars on pallets to Iran like Obama did during his presidency.
3-Obama / Clinton emails demanded amid Dems’ impeachment inquiry
Access to “all email communications” between former President Obama and Hillary Clinton was demanded Thursday in a letter to the U.S. National Archives and Records Administration. Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wis., chairman of the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee, said the messages could shed light on whether the former secretary of state discussed sensitive matters on her unsecured personal email system while she was overseas. In October, a State Department report into Clinton’s use of a private email server for government business found dozens of people at fault and hundreds of security violations.
DML: Obama and Clinton are behind the entire Russia investigation, but they are not behind the impeachment hearings. This move by Johnson is an attempt to take the spotlight off Trump, which Johnson should know by now is impossible.
4-New fire erupts north of LA as city’s critical fire warning is extended
A blaze dubbed the Maria Fire consumed about 5,000 acres in Ventura County north of Los Angeles on Thursday, the latest fire to ignite in the Golden State. Meteorologists warned there’s little chance that Los Angeles — which hasn’t seen significant rain in months — will see any in the next few weeks.
DML: Pray for our fellow Americans and TeamDML members in the area.
5-Trump leaving New York, now calling Florida his new home
President Trump, a born-and-bred New Yorker, announced Thursday that he has changed his permanent residence to Palm Beach, Fla., because of the way politicians in New York City and the state of New York have treated him. Democrats quickly pounced. “Good riddance!,” New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said, while White House hopeful Sen. Elizabeth Warren accused the president of using the move to try to prevent authorities in New York from accessing his tax returns.
DML: Is it me, or does Trump mimic my every move. I just announced on Saturday that I’m making the move to call Florida my home. Geez, I need to get my phone unbugged. What’s next, TrumpCBD? His could never live up to mine, just ask JARED from GA who wrote this to me: “DML the DML PURE CBD is the best product I have ever used! I am free of my leg pain and I have stopped taking medications… I love you man!” Be like Trump, copy my every move, go to DMLcbd.com and start feeling great again today.