President Trump Welcomes the 2019 Stanley Cup Champions, the St. Louis Blues

President Trump Welcomes the 2019 Stanley Cup Champions, the St. Louis Blues


The President: Well,
thank you very much. It’s a great honor today. These are great champions
behind me, great athletes. I always respect
great athletes. But they’re also very
smart, because you can’t win unless you’re smart. It takes more than just
the muscles, right? I think we’ve
all learned that. Today, it’s my pleasure to
welcome the Stanley Cup Champions, the
St. Louis Blues. I watched it
very carefully. I watched that season, and
I saw, gee, they’re not doing very well this year. But you’ll see the story;
it’s an amazing story of comebacks. Congratulations to Head
Coach Craig Berube and the Blues organization. And I just want to
congratulate you guys. That is something. (applause) Fantastic. Fantastic. And the entire team on
winning your first Stanley Cup. And you’ll probably have
many more, based on what I’m hearing. We’re delighted to be
joined by Second Lady Karen Pence. Karen, thank
you very much. Appreciate it. (applause) Mike is
getting ready to make a big trip. He’ll be leaving tomorrow. We have a delegation
leading today. And Mike is heading it up
with Secretary Pompeo. They’ll be
leaving tomorrow. And we’re having very
strong talks with a lot of people. We want to bring our
soldiers back home after so many years. And they’re the greatest
warriors in the world. They’re policing. They’re not a police
force; they’re a different kind of a force. We want to bring our
soldiers back home. And we’re being very tough
on Turkey and a lot of others. They have to maintain
their own properties now. They have to maintain
peace and safety. And we’ll see what happens
— the delegation. We’re asking
for a ceasefire. We put the strongest
sanctions that you can imagine, but
they get a lot. We have a lot in store
if they don’t — if they don’t have an impact,
including massive tariffs on steel. They ship a lot of steel
to the United States. They make a lot of
money shipping steel. They won’t be making
so much money. I just want to tell you
that the stock market is way up today because of
probably the trade deal that we made with China. We made a fantastic deal. You guys would’ve been
very proud of it. Your agents would’ve been
— (laughter) — your agents would’ve
been very proud. Those agents, right? They sit in bed, they
weigh 350 pounds, and they complain: “You’re not
playing very well today. Come on.” (laughter) So — the
good, old agents. But they would’ve
been proud. We’re going to be selling
to China about $50 billion worth of farm
agricultural products. And — it’s amazing. (applause) And China
has been great. China has really
been great on this. And we have a phase two,
and we’re doing a lot with banking and with financial
services already in phase one. Phase one is
massive, actually. It’s probably the simpler
stuff, but, in some ways, maybe it’s the
most complicated. But it’s very big numbers. So I hear the most the
farmers ever did was $16 billion, so I
said, “Ask for 70.” They said, “No,
you don’t mean 70. Sixteen. Ask for 70.” I said, “Yeah,
ask for 70.” So we agreed on 50. And the only problem is
they say the farmers can’t produce it; it’s too much. I said, “Don’t reduce it.” My people said, “All
right, make it 20.” I said, “No, make it 50. Let the farmers tell
me we can’t do it.” The farmers will never say
that because they’ll do it. You guys know that, right? So we have $50 billion
worth of agriculture. It’s the largest contract
of its kind, by three times, ever signed. And China is starting
immediately, even though the agreement will take —
Gary, you get agreements done much more quickly. Gary Bettman, what a job. But the agreement will
take probably until Chile. We’re going to Chile for a
meeting — as you know, a summit. And — hello, Mr. Senator. Look at my two
great senators. Roy, stand up — even
though I’m going to introduce you in a second. (applause) How’s our
young — how’s our young, incredible — how’s our
young, incredible Josh doing? Good job? Come on. Stand up, Josh. What a job. (applause) Roy and I said
back — we said, “We need somebody that’s really
outstanding to beat her.” I won’t mention names. (laughter) And they had
four or five candidates. I looked at four
or five candidates. I said, “I want him.” And he really,
under pressure, was unbelievable. Thank you very much. We made a good
choice, Roy, right? What do you think? Yes? One thing with Roy, he’ll
tell if it was no good. He’ll tell you now. (applause) It’s
always dangerous. Right, Josh? Anyway, congratulations. Great job. But we’re delighted to be
joined also by Secretary Alex Azar, who has been
fantastic; and Andrew Wheeler, EPA — Andrew,
thank you very much; and Robert Lighthizer. How are you doing
with trade with other countries? Doing all right? All he does is contracts. He does contracts. In fact, he probably wants
to leave now because he’s got another contract. We just did
one with Japan. We just did one
with South Korea. China is happening. Mexico, Canada is
happening, if they can ever get it approved. I doubt they will because
it’s Nancy Pelosi. (laughter) They’re
too busy working on impeachment. And, by the way, we just
hit the greatest economy we’ve ever had. “Let’s impeach
the President.” Isn’t that a good idea? (laughter) I wouldn’t
worry about it, fellas. (laughter) I wouldn’t
worry about it. Don’t — don’t
worry too much. How are we doing, Roy? Okay in the Senate? I hear we’re
looking very good. I hear our senators —
they’re the greatest. I want to start by
introducing a man that I’ve known a little bit,
but he’s been a great business success:
Tom Stillman. He’s the majority owner
of the St. Louis Blues. And Tom became the
chairman of the Blues — had a great success in
business, but we won’t bore them with that. And — tremendous
success, actually. Became the chairman
of the Blues. And, in May of 2012, when
he took over, he said, “I have a plan for five
years, six years, eight years. We got to make — we have
to have a champion.” And within seven years,
they won the Stanley Cup — the beautiful Stanley
Cup, right here. (applause) So
that’s a great job. You know, he wasn’t on
the list to introduce. I said, “Wait a minute,
he’s the owner.” They want to introduce
everybody but the owner. I said, “Give me a
little information.” That’s a very good
thing — seven years. We’ve been waiting a
little longer than that in New York, you know? (laughter) We’ve been
waiting, but we’ll get there. We’re going to get there. We also have some very
proud Blues fans here with us. And we just introduced
Senator Roy Blunt, who is a fantastic man, a
great friend of mine. He’s done an incredible
job, and he loves your state very much. He loves your team. He loves your team. Roy, thank you very much. And, as I said, Josh
Hawley — (applause) — who is a young, brilliant
star of the Senate. And he’s been doing
fantastically well. And I want to thank you
very much, Josh, for the job you’re doing. Representatives Mike
Bost — where’s Mike? Mike. Stand up, Mike. Just stand up
as I introduce. You got so many
political people here. They’re so — they’re so
afraid of not being here. They’ll lose half of their
vote if they’re not here today. (laughter) They all came
back early because they didn’t want to
not be here. Right, Mike? Rodney Davis
— a great guy. Thank you, Rodney. John Katko. The great Billy Long. Thanks, John. Where’s Billy? Billy, do an auction for
the St. — auction the team off, please. Representative Long:
(Inaudible) auction the Stanley Cup. The President:
Yeah, come on. Come on over here, Billy. Come here. (Laughter and
applause.) Auction. Auction off the
Stanley Cup. And he didn’t know I was
going to — you won’t believe this. Representative Long: And
I — I’ve never been to auction school either, so. The President: (Inaudible)
buy the Stanley Cup. Representative Long: All
right, going to buy the Stanley Cup here. Hey, here — taking 25. What do you — 30
thousand dollars? How about a 30? Thirty-five? Forty. You able to buy 45? Forty-five? Fifty. Fifty thousand dollars. Now going to buy 60. Now going to buy — get
that satisfied look off your face. You’re out! (laughter) Sixty-five. Seventy. I have — sold at $65,000! (applause) The
President: I’ll take it. (Inaudible.) Thank you. Representative Long:
Hey, will you sign this? The last one
brought $15,000. The President: I will. Give me a pen. Representative Long: He
signed my St. Jude tie at the State of the Union. We gave the money — we
auctioned it off for $15,000 to St. Jude. He’s going to sign
this one here. The President:
I will sign it. Representative Long: This
will be in next year’s auction. The President: This was
not planned, by the way. (applause) Representative
Long: What do you mean it wasn’t planned? That plan — they
stopped me at the gate. They said, “Stand
over here.” They didn’t know
I was coming! (laughter) The President:
Thank you, Billy. Oh, Billy. (laughter) Pretty —
pretty good job, though. Didn’t he do — isn’t
that pretty good? I think it’s pretty good. And Blaine. Where’s Blaine? Blaine Luetkemeyer. A friend of mine. Good. Thank you, Blaine. Great job. (applause) That’s
a great job. Jason Smith. (applause) Jason. Thank you, Jason. A great hockey player —
I must tell you, I’m not sure we’re in that
category, though, Pete. Right? What do you think? I know you were
really good. Do you know that he was a
great player in his own right? Okay? Pete Stauber. Yeah. He was a good one. (applause) And Ann Wagner. She wasn’t a great player,
but she’s a great person. Representative Wagner:
(Inaudible.) (Laughter and applause.) The
President: Thanks, Ann. Missouri Governor,
Mike Parson. Mike, great job. (applause) And Attorney
General Eric Schmitt. Eric. (applause) And many other
leaders — great leaders. And another leader — and
I introduced him a little bit before, but the NHL
Commissioner Gary Bettman. I’ve known him so long; I
refuse to say how long. It’s a lot of
years, right? A lot of years. A lot of success, too. Way to go, Gary. Way to go. It’s an honor to have you. (applause) So what we were
alluding to before is: In 2019, when the year
started, you were true underdogs. Midway through the season,
the Blues were ranked last in the NHL. I can’t believe
that, fellas. But don’t worry,
it gets better. (laughter) You only had 15
wins, you had 18 losses, and 4 ties. On January 6th, fresh off
another really bad loss — a hard one; it was close,
but it was bad — a few of the Blues players — it’s
still a loss, right? The losses are no good
no matter by what. Does it matter if you lose
them close, Tom, or — a loss is a loss, right? Mr. Stillman: It’s a loss. The President:
Yeah, I think so. At least you have a little
hope when they’re close, right? But they gathered at a bar
in Philadelphia where they heard the 1982
hit, “Gloria.” That’s where you were —
that’s why we were playing that song, for those of
you that don’t know what’s happened here. (laughter) “Gloria.” The next day, you shut out
the Flyers, who were hot, and “Gloria”became
your new “win song.” It was a “win song”;
that’s why we played it. So now everybody gets it,
otherwise the fake news would be criticizing me. (laughter) They’d say,
“What kind of a song — you’re playing this song. What does that have…” Look at that guy. Look at that
mouth on that guy. Come here a minute. (laughter) Come here. Come here. Do you think he’s
taken a few hits? (applause) Huh? Do you think he’s tough? Do you think I could
take him in a fight? I don’t know. I don’t know. Great. Wow. How do mine look? (laughter) No hockey. That’s great. Over the next few weeks,
the Blues notched 11 straight wins, the longest
winning streak in team history, and soon earned
a place in the playoffs. In the first round, you
took on the Winnipeg Jets. Moments away from overtime
in game five, the Blues’ left wing, Jaden Schwartz,
scored the winning goal in the last 15 seconds
of regulation. And everybody else just
took a deep breath and said, “That was close.” Where’s Jason? Jason? Mr. Pietrangelo: Jaden. The President: Oh, Jaden. Come here. Say a few words. Jaden. Mr. Schwartz: Oh, boy. (laughter) The
President: Jaden. And they say he’s a
great golfer, but — Mr. Schwartz: Well —
(laughter) — I wouldn’t be able to score if it
wasn’t for partner passing me the puck. Where are you, Tyler? Golf partner, too. Undefeated. The President: Ooh. Mr. Schwartz: If you want
to take us on sometime — The President: Yes. (laughter) Mr. Schwartz:
— let us know. The President:
Fantastic job. (applause) Fantastic. Thank you, Jaden. The next game, St. Louis
clinched the series after Jaden scored all three —
Jaden, you’re pretty good — (laughter) — all three
of the Blues’ goals. And, Jaden, your
persistence made you the Blues’ leader in the
playoff goal scoring. That’s a great job. After winning two more
series, the Blues were off to the legendary Stanley
Cup Finals, which everybody watches,
everybody loves. Very special. It was a matchup
for the ages. With the series tied at
3-3, the Blues headed to Boston for the final
showdown against a great team. Watching from the
bleachers was your biggest fan, 11-year-old Laila
Anderson, who is here with us today. (applause) Where’s Laila? Laila, stand up. Come on up here, Laila. Come on up here. Good job. (applause) So, you
all know Laila. Laila is a bigger
celebrity than our two senators. (laughter) They just hope
that she’s not going to be running against
them someday. But it’s a — really, an
extraordinary story of a very heroic young woman. Throughout the season,
Laila was bravely battling an extremely rare,
life-threatening immune disease called HLH. Blues players visited
her in the hospital constantly, and they
hosted a bone marrow registry drive to help her
get lifesaving treatment. Laila’s mother, Heather,
said — who is here — “These boys are what
keeps [her] going. They’re just incredible,
incredible young men.” Thank you very much
for being here. (applause) Very
— very nice. Very nice. Laila received a bone
marrow transplant in January and was strong
enough to cheer the team on to victory in
the final game. Laila, your exceptional
courage and, frankly, the fact that you brought the
team some luck — which is important, right? We all need a
little of that. But we just want
to thank you. You inspired the Blues
all season, and today you continue to inspire
all Americans. We all know your story. Right now, see all of
those people back there? See? They look so friendly;
they’re not. (laughter) They’re not. They’re tougher than
these guys, okay? But I’ll bank
on these guys. So congratulations,
darling. You take care of
yourself, okay? Ms. Anderson: Thank you. Thank you. (applause) The President:
Thank you, honey. Be careful. So, the Stanley Cup Final
was an extraordinary finish to a
miraculous season. So you think of that,
and that’s what we’re referring to. They started off so bad. It was so bad that even
the commissioner was telling me it wasn’t
looking too good for this team. Right? But they — they
set records. When the puck dropped, the
Blues did not strike right away. You only knew it took one
shot on goal until the final minutes of
the first period. Then, Stanley Cup MVP —
what happened to Jaden with all the goals you
— (laughter) — I think Jaden should be the MVP. No, I’m only kidding. (laughter) Where’s Ryan? Ryan O’Reilly. (applause) Where’s Ryan? Mr. Stillman:
He’s over here. The President: Come here. Come on up. That’s pretty good. Say a couple of words. Thanks, Ryan. That’s enough. (laughter) Mr. O’Reilly:
Well, I couldn’t do it without these
guys behind me. And we’re a great team and
it was a heck of a run. The President: And you’re
not Irish, are you, by any chance? Mr. O’Reilly:
(Laughs.) I am. I am. (laughter) The President:
Great going, Ryan. (applause) Ryan O’Reilly. He scored the first goal
of the game and became the first player since Wayne
Gretzky — a great guy; really, a fantastic guy
— in 1985 to score four consecutive Cup
Final games. He scored in all of them. Ryan, congratulations on
winning the Conn Smythe Trophy. As the first period came
to a close, Team Captain Alex Pietrangelo
— where is he? Mr. Pietrangelo:
Right here. The President:
Where’s Alex? Come on over here. Mr. Pietrangelo: Oh, boy. The President:
Look at this guy. Come on, say a couple
of words, Alex. Look, see that? Mr. Pietrangelo: Yeah. The President: You don’t
even get that for sports. Mr. Pietrangelo:
No, no, no, no. (laughter) This is a
bigger deal than the sports. This is pretty cool. The President: This is
part of everything. Mr. Pietrangelo: Yeah,
it’s a pretty good group of guys back here, huh? The President: You
better believe it. Mr. Pietrangelo:
Yeah, big golfers. The President:
That’s right. Mr. Pietrangelo:
Big golfers. I know you like that. The President:
That’s right. Mr. Pietrangelo: Well,
thanks for having us. We appreciate it. The President: Thank you. Great job. Mr. Pietrangelo:
Appreciate it. (applause) The
President: Great job. Thank you, Alex. Alex rushed forward and
found that the back of the net was his, taking
a two-nothing lead. But Boston didn’t let up. It’s a tough team. And I know the owner too. How’s he doing? Okay? Good man, right? Not so happy,
unfortunately. But he’s my friend. But he wasn’t so happy. The Bruins took 33 shots
on net during the game, and the Blues rookie
goaltender — that’s pretty good — Jordan
Binnington — where’s Jordan? Jordan. I got to find
— come here. (applause) He stopped 32
of 33, so why didn’t you stop the other
one, Jordan? You could have made
the game a lot easier. Come on. (laughter) Mr. Binnington:
Yeah, first off, you know, that’s my bad, I guess. (laughter) Could have
had a shut-out there. But, you know, we went
all that way so we had to finish the job and — The President: You did it. Mr. Binnington: —
it was a great game. And, yeah. The President: Fantastic. Mr. Binnington: We’re
happy we’re here. Thanks. The President: So have you
always had good reflexes? Mr. Binnington:
I guess so. Yeah. (laughter) The President:
If you didn’t, you’d be in trouble. Mr. Binnington: Yeah. The President: If you
didn’t, it wouldn’t — wouldn’t be pretty. Mr. Binnington: I don’t
think I’d be here. No. (laughter) The President:
I don’t think you’d be — I don’t think you’d
be here, right? Mr. Binnington: No. The President: That’s
— great job, Jordan. Thank you very much. (applause) Thirty-two
of thirty-three. I guess that’s good. Commissioner, that’s
pretty good, right? I think so. Jordan, your astounding 97
percent save percentage held Boston to
a single goal. That’s pretty good, huh? After 52 years, the Blues
finally, and triumphantly, raised the Stanley Cup. That’s amazing. Fifty-two years. And you did it
in seven, huh? Come here. (applause) And the St.
Louis Blues’ amazing comeback reminds us to
never give up, never lose faith, never, ever quit. Just keep forging ahead. You never know. Just keep forging ahead. But this team is
really exemplary. Starting a season so
badly, where they were in last place and people
had written them off. And I think your fans
are so loyal, frankly. They don’t stop
coming, Roy, do they? I don’t think so. Josh, they came anyway. But they probably,
sort of, gave up. They started —
some of them. But it’s incredible. Think of that: So they had
a record streak, and then all of a sudden, they’re
in it and then they win and they keep winning. When you work hard,
support each other, believe in yourself, and
give everything you’ve got, victory is
always within reach. To the St. Louis Blues:
Congratulations again on your unforgettable season
— that was a really a tremendous final;
incredible — and the thrilling Stanley Cup win. And it’s now my honor to
invite up the Chairman — the man that we’ve been
talking about — seven — and we’re going to call
him Seven-Year Tom. That’s actually a very
quick period of time. But he’s a great gentlemen
and he’ll say a few words about the team. Thank you. Tom Stillman. Thank you. (applause) Mr. Stillman:
Thank you, Mr. President. And thanks so much for
welcoming us to the White House today. It is a really an honor
to be here and to be here with you. It’s also an honor to be
here with the group of guys that’s
behind me here. They showed tremendous not
only skill and ability in their sport, but great
character and persistence. I think they serve as a
model for not only our sport, but other sports,
about how to — how to live your life and, as you
said, never giving up. So, it’s a proud moment to
be here with all of them. The President: And, Tom,
you worked here, didn’t you? Right in the area. You were working
in government. Mr. Stillman: I did work
in government for a while. I was over there at the —
at the Commerce Department in export controls
for a while. So —
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The President: Well,
if you ever get tired of doing this, maybe we can
get you get back over there. (laughter) Mr. Stillman:
I’m sticking with hockey. (Laughter and applause.)
The President: Good decision. Tom, maybe the coach would
like to say a few words. Mr. Stillman: Yes. (Laughs.) Sure. The President: Come
on over, Coach. Mr. Berube: Thank you. Just on behalf of the
team and the Blues organization, we just
want to thank the — Mr. President for
having us here today. It’s a great honor
to come here. You know, we won the
Stanley Cup, I think, once we got our team working
together and playing together. When you — when you play
as a team, day in and day out, it’s hard to get your
— hard — you’re going to be hard to beat. So that’s what it
basically boiled down to. These guys all came
together as a team and played for each other,
and we ended up being champions. But thank you again for
having us, on behalf of the organization. The President: How is it
going this year, Coach? How’s it going
so far this year? Mr. Berube:
It’s all right. Up and down a little bit. (laughter) The President:
Better than — hey, better than last year, huh? Mr. Berube: Yeah, better. It’s been a
little bit better. We’ve been on a —
quite a road trip here. A lot of stuff going on. Up in Canada, we went to
the Hockey Hall of Fame, and we presented a Stanley
Cup Ring to the Hockey Hall of Fame. So, these guys are going
through a lot right now with a lot of travel
and everything. And come — you
know, coming here. It’s a great honor. It’s a — you know, we
love it all, but it’s just a lot on everybody
right now. But we’re getting home
here today and — The President: But now the
pressure is off because you’ve done it, so there’s
a lot less pressure. Mr. Berube: Well, I
don’t know about that. I mean — (laughter). Thank you again,
for having us. The President: Great job. Great job. (applause) I just want
to say, “Great job.” It’s an honor to have
all of you folks here. And, Gary,
congratulations. Fantastic sport. Mr. Stillman: May I? The President: Please. Mr. Stillman: Mr.
President, on — (applause) — on behalf
of the St. Louis Blues organization and all
of our fans back in St. Louis, the other
members of our ownership group here today, our
whole team, including the on-ice team and the rest
of the Blues organization, we’d like to present
you this jersey. The President:
Thank you very much. Wow. Whoa. Mr. Stillman: This is our
Stanley Cup Championship jersey. I think it’ll be just
right on the golf course. (laughter) The President:
That’s beautiful. Would you like to
introduce your other owners? Would you like to do that? Mr. Stillman: Sure. Let’s see. We have Donn Lux, Jim
Kavanaugh — (applause) — Steve Maritz, Scott
McCuaig, Tom Schlafly, Jim
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Cooper. And — am I
missing anybody? The President:
Any other owners? Mr. Stillman: And
John Ross, as well. The President: Any
other owner out there?
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Mr. Stillman: (Inaudible.)
The President: Well, thank you all very much. Appreciate it. Thank you. Thank you. See you soon. (applause)

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    πŸ’₯ KORANs 1-BILLION 181-MILLION + + METRIC TONS OF GOLD AS STIMULUS BACKUP GLOBALLY !!!
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eamg4_fV7HY

    πŸ’₯ KORANs 400,000 METRIC TONS OF GOLD DEPOSITED AT CENTRAL BANK OF THE PHILIPPINES (1949) !!!
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KQH_figXGNg

    πŸ’₯ KORANs GOLD BULLION BANK OF THE WORLD ESTABLISHED IN AUGUST 1, 1851 !!!
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pcf47a4QmSM&t=243s

    πŸ’₯ KORANs Certificate of Depositor – Narodna Banka Yugoslavia !!!
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NjkLq5Ce9oE&t=67s

    πŸ’₯ KORANs Delivery Receipt to Narodna Banka Jugoslavije (1983 CBP) !!!
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qRkCmHt4GdI&t=35s

    πŸ’₯ KORANs GOLD in CHINA as STIMULUS BACKUP (2-million metric tons of GOLD) !!!
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0f4uPAy9hss&t=566s

    πŸ’₯ KORANs CERTIFICATE OF ENTITLEMENT & SPECIAL TRUST DEPOSITS (Since 1949)
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H4Ayb0XnQwg&t=128s

    πŸ’₯ KORANs GOLD DEPOSITED at UNION BANK OF SWITZERLAND !!!
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=93Nly-fKdHo

    βœ… THESE DOCUMENTARY EVIDENCES ARE NOT JUST MERE CONVERSATIONS NOR STORY-TELLING βœ…

    πŸ‘‘ H.M. KING TVM-LSM-666 AFFIDAVIT OF IDENTITY AND OWNERSHIP AS THE SOLE SUCCESSOR HEIR / SOLE SIGNATORY OF THE GLOBAL WEALTH under the code of KORAN (King Of Recognized Asset Nations) πŸ‘‘

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  8. Getting many more cup's and less spoon's. Then how covfefe is mixed? Using index finger. That's how elite media and Hollywood teaching world as ambassadors.

    Many cup's transformed into Chinese porcelain ware and silver spoon's, gold spoon's, titanium spoon's, iridium spoon's, diamond spoon's and least of least plastic/fiber spoons and cup's.

  9. $65,000 auctioned.
    Great fundraiser and always a riser. Always the GREAT MORNING STAR is a WINNER and keeps WINNING since the BEGINNING says MY GORGEOUS DARLING QueenπŸ˜˜πŸ˜—πŸ‘ΈπŸ»πŸ˜™πŸ˜š.

  10. Oooh it's NHL cup where some crazy humans ski on ice with L shaped stick's and a round black coin called puck. The net with steel frame has red light which glows when puck hits the net which means the goalie missed to stop the speeding puck hit by the player.
    So whoever hit's the net more gets the red light's flashes more and gets the cup and play their spoon's.

    Democrat's missed this cup & spoon game outside indoor stadium and Dem's busy playing behind the door's.

  11. Talking about some sport event. Is useless. What about all the American citizens being killed in Laredo Tx. By people with badges. Trigger happy cops and murdering border patrol agents have killed more people than anything else at the largest land port in North America. Not people with guns. Not immigrants. Not the citizens. But by people from government. Explain this. I am behind you. But if you think that American citizens need to risk their lives in America to do business. You are a fool. Because if a murdered with a badge took your daughter to the edge of town and shot her in the head. You would would not put up with it. Why should we?

  12. What a year for the Blues. What a Rocky story. 31st in the league in January…worst team in the NHL. Get themselves a new coach and young goalie with little NHL experience and end up winning the Stanley Cup. This Blues team could be a future hockey movie.

  13. He is suppose toWelcoming the NHL Champions to the white house & they are stand-ins there like..
    WtF is happening here..
    He is so retarted the way he talks
    Listen to his breathing & sniffing

    This is so Cringy
    Just Go watch any Obama speeches with any Champions
    Trumps reading is so bad
    He cannot continue reading anything
    You feel retarted when he reads

  14. https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3154710/The-ISIS-massacre-770-Iraq-bloody-seen-space-24-fanatics-sentenced-hang-satellite-evidence-helped-bring-justice.html https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R5S4CGpJ_QE

  15. Looks like everyone is having a great time They must have kicked the liberal hack press to the back of the crowd (. Where they belong)

  16. I LOVE YOU ARE TOU MOUCH,FINDENTLI

    revenge for mothers who born child like him,

    imagined that something was beautiful,i come here and i and I'll bring you lunch

  17. Two years ago our president Donald jhon trump was compared to king cyrus in the book of isah the 45th chapter of isah 45 were it talks about a man called cyrus aka donald Trump who did not know who god was and who would become the 45th president of the united states of america aka president trump aka king cyrus

  18. "You dont even have to be Convicted of a Crime…Impeachment is not about Punishment. Impeachment is aboot Cleansing the office.
    IMPEACHMENT is aboot RESTORING HONOR and INTEGRITY to the office."
    (R)LINDSEY GRAHAM
    On DEFENDING his impeaching Clinton fer lying to America aboot a BLOW JOB on the JOB.

  19. Why do people let these old perverted sick men touch their children? I'd break their fingers and make meat sauce out of them if they ever tried anything πŸ™‚

  20. Don't resist progress, you shameful adults.. We're watching you. The empire will fall no matter what you want.. because this is the superior's WILL which is your LAW !! Unworthy men have no place in power! Wake the fuck up or retire!!!! ♀

  21. it is a great pleasure to watch President Trump in action. I pray He will be even better in 2020 and that God in heaven will bring out all the truth we need to know who is truly for America. God bless President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump !

  22. Great POTUS! I respect NHL very much, they respect the President and the American Flag compared to BS nba or nfl. Congrats 2019 Stanley Cup Champions, the St. Louis Blues!!!

  23. STEP UP TRANSFORMER
    Inter Government money is worth $1000 to $1 tax dollar. Thanks for accepting this noble idea to reserve and preserve the planets resources instead of national debt.

  24. No Anti-American Knealing Team here!! TRUMP πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡ΈπŸ‡ΊπŸ‡ΈβœŠπŸΎβœŠπŸΎβœŠπŸΎβœŠπŸΎβœŠπŸΎπŸ‡ΊπŸ‡ΈπŸ‡ΊπŸ‡ΈπŸ‡ΊπŸ‡ΈπŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ

  25. On this day in history in 1854 to be President Abraham Lincoln speaks out against slavery, calling it "immoral." Meanwhile, the tangerine tweet machine we are stuck with considers golfing and waaaaaaay more tweeting.

  26. Auction in the process.,,,….πŸ˜…πŸ˜…πŸ˜…πŸ˜…πŸ˜…πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘

  27. We are So VERY Proud of these Wonderful Incredible New CHAMPIONS of the Stanley Cup πŸ₯‡ πŸ† Congratulations πŸŽ‰πŸΎ πŸ₯‚ To BALL ⚽️ of You!
    Thank you so much πŸ™πŸΌ President Trump honoring these Champions πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ πŸ•ŽπŸ“―βœοΈπŸ—πŸšͺπŸ•ŠπŸ‘£βš–οΈ

  28. Trump has something that the democrats dont understand. Namely a sense of humor. He is such a likeable person and the first president in my lifetime that actually cares about the poeple more than the swamp. And that same swamp is fighting back hard.

  29. Finally good Americans..standing behind our Chief…that is how is done..(even if they don't like our Pres..is respect what it counts!!πŸ‘βœŒοΈπŸ‘πŸŒŸ

  30. Thor Haakon Sandberg (New Age Order) = 1776.
    Thor Haakon Sandberg (A World War) = 1776.
    Thor Haakon Sandberg (A New World) = 1776.
    Thor Haakon Sandberg (The Ordo Ab Chao) = 1776.
    Barack Hussein Obama and (World War) = 1776.
    Barack Hussein Obama and (New World) = 1776
    —————————————————————————-
    The Rothschilds (The Vatican State) = 2016 = 9!.
    The Rothschilds (The Mossad "Israel) = 2016 = 9!.
    The Rothschilds (Jerusalem "Israel) = 2016 = 9!.
    The Rothschilds (Will Kill A "Soul") = 2016 = 9!.
    The Rothschilds (A New Age Order "Devil") = 2016 = 9!.
    Donald John Trump Sr (Italian Republic) = 2016 = 9!.
    Donald John Trump Sr (World War) = 2016 = 9!.

  31. BUT MOST MASCULINE COMPASSION WOMEN PAIR UP LOVING MORE A PEACEFUL COMPASSION MAN BEST. SHE LOVES YOU SHE'LL KILL FOR YOU SO CHILL. ESPECIALLY OVER FUCKERS WHO FUCK WITH YOU ABOUT PENIS SIZE. SHE WON'T DILDO VIBRATE EITHER BEHIND YOUR BACK.

    THIS ISN'T STRESS ON A CELL PHONE IT'S MASCULINE COMPASSION NEEDS A BIG TASK.
    BECAUSE YOU WANT A HOME UP HIGH LEVEL AND BRICK. 3L.

    INSTEAD OF THINKING YOU ARE CRAZY BECAUSE MASCULINE COMPASSION NEEDS TO COME OUT BE BOLD TELL THEM THE FUCK OFF TO GET A MAN'S JOB. LOSE THE COOL PICK UP THE TOOL ! BULLSHIT THE PEN CLICK CUNTS OFF !

    INSTEAD OF THINK YOU HAVE A CULTURAL CONSPIRACY Ask yourself is your compassion masculine or feminine if it is feminine do you understand that there is a masculine compassion that is helpful too. That it is coarse bold and brash. THINKING YOU ARE CULTURALLY DESIRED HAS NO SELF PITY SO YOU WON'T BE HATED FOR IT FEMININE COMPASSION OR MASCULINE COMPASSION. If I told you buy level land up high then build a nice brick home that isn't too big so that you have enough room many cannot do it they have FEMININE compassion. They think the cell phone for APPLE IS WHAT YOU WAIT FOR IN THE RAIN FOR THREE DAYS IN THE TIME IT TAKES TO SET THE STEAKS LEVEL THE GROUND AND BRING IN THE MATERIALS FOR BUILDING ON LOCATION.

  32. DO SOMETHING FUCKED UP TO EDROGEN AND HIS GUARDS TO SHOW HIM THAT FUCKED UP EVIL SHIT AIN'T FUNNY WHEN IT'S YOUR ASS ?

  33. Now when the Turks attack the Kurds and other minority groups, Syria does not matter for Trump oh what things are quick to change, Just a short time ago, he had a dozen missiles fired in Syria.

    He should send his friend Erdogan a bouquet and praise him for this bloody invasion of the Turkish army.These are all hypocrites these presidents and rulers in this world, but the living God is watching and he will truly judge those rulers who let the innocent blood be shed on this earth.

  34. …and this is why I have become a NHL Fan. Real Men Stand for the National Anthem and take a knee before God! May God Bless these Real Men and the sport they represent.

  35. The trump ship sinking…house republicans are jumping ship like rats….the senate GOP rats are next.

    Who can spell IMPEACHED?

  36. I’m not a trump supporter but please people it’s just tradition. Don’t make it political i could care less who is in office

  37. For people saying how nhl players are all class, well I agree. But most are Canadian, that’s why they are so indifferent to this political shit. They legitimately could not care less

  38. America renaissance is starting and Trump is sounding the trumpet to bring back our world to a better place there no turning back the clock the stupidest news is only waking up now that they lost all creditability may you rot like dead warms

  39. PRESIDENT TRUMP: THE ENEMY OF THE PRESS, THE DEMOCRATS, THE REPUBLICANS, THE GOVERNMENT SPY AGENCIES BECAUSE HE IS WITH, BY, AND FOR THE AMERICAN PEOPLE!

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