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"Trump Scout Badges" That Twitter Outdid Itself Creating

26 Juillet 2017

Some in the crowd broke into chants of "USA, USA".

"By the way, you gonna get the votes?"

ADVERTISEMENT "The answer is no, but we'll be back", Trump added. It was clear that politics was very much on his mind.

Trump is also under the impression that if he keeps telling people that they are going to great health care, no one will notice when their insurance is gone, or if they still have insurance that it costs two or three times more and covers two or three times less.

Someone needs to tell Donald Trump what a motion to proceed is, and that it is not the same as passing legislation on health care because Trump seems to think that Republicans have passed a health care bill. "He better get 'em. otherwise I'll say, 'Tom, you're fired!'"

Later, as he recited parts of the Scout oath, he paused at the word "loyalty".

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Stephens said "the vast majority" of DirecTV Now customers were bundling the online TV service with wireless service. Stephenson reiterated AT&T's intention to begin to deploy services on those airwaves by the end of the year.

While Obama never addressed the gathering in person, he did record a video message to the National Jamboree in 2010, noting the history of the Boy Scouts and the organization's service to the United States as it marked its 100th anniversary.

Each U.S. president serves as honorary president of the Boy Scouts of America, and the organization said in a statement that it does not promote any political candidate or philosophy.

AT&T Chairman and Chief Executive Randall Stephenson found himself in uncomfortable territory after President Trump's appearance before thousands of Boy Scouts on Monday turned into a political rally with Trump boisterously bashing his rivals. "Trump Scout Badges" swiftly became a trending topic on Twitter, and, just like that, a new meme was born.

"Tonight we put aside all of the policy fights in Washington, D.C., you've been hearing about with the fake news and all that", he said.

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson spoke to the group on Friday.