Login or Register to save videos, comment and join the community trends. NO ADS!

FULL COVERAGE: Donald Trump Press Conference - FIRST Press Conference of 2017

FULL COVERAGE: Donald Trump Press Conference - FIRST Press Conference of 2017 Video Download in HD Mp4, 3Gp, Video Song, Movies, Trailer Free Download
Tags: Phoenix, Arizona, news, donald trump press conference, donald trump presser, trump twitter, trump response to golden shower accusations, trump responds to #GoldenShowerGate, president-elect donald trump, donald trump 2017 press conference, donald trump trump tower, trump tower press conference, #MAGA, MAGA, make america great again
Posted 1 month ago
All credits goes to their respective owners.
, 1.2 thousand dislikes, 477.4 thousand views
Category: News & Politics
Description: President-Elect Donald Trump holds a News Conference at Trump Tower Lobby in New York, New York.
Duration: 1 hour, 58 minutes and 3 seconds
Rating: 7/10 - Good
Definition: HD
Published: January 11, 2017
Author: FOX 10 Phoenix

Comments

Login / Register to comment.

Related Videos

FOX 10 Phoenix • 12 hours ago
Brought to you by Desert Diamond: http://ddcaz.com
Based Patriot • 1 week ago
Trump exposes fake news and destroys the mainstream media in his best press conference yet! 🇺🇸 Subscribe for more Trump! http://bit.ly/2kLbVQv President Donald Trump Full Press Conference White House February 16, 2017 Trump Press Conference Trump Full Press Conference Trump First Solo Press Conference Trump Best Press Conference Trump News Conference Today Trump Full Speech Trump Press Conference Full Video
FOX 10 Phoenix • 20 hours ago
Brought to you by Desert Diamond: http://ddcaz.com
FOX 10 Phoenix • 1 week ago
Sharing a mix of breaking news, Arizona stories, engaging discussions, and popular culture.
Ulaş Bulut • 3 months ago
with turkish subtitle. türkçe altyazılı.
ABC News • 1 week ago
President Trump holds a press conference in the East Room of the White House | President Trump told reporters today his administration is working "like a fined-tuned machine," in the wake of this week’s resignation of his national security adviser and the withdrawal of his nominee for secretary of labor secretary. For more: http://abcnews.go.com/Politics/president-trump-administration-running-fine-tuned-machine/story?id 45540067 SUBSCRIBE to ABC NEWS: https://www.youtube.com/ABCNews/ Watch More on http://abcnews.go.com/ LIKE ABC News on FACEBOOK https://www.facebook.com/abcnews FOLLOW ABC News on TWITTER: https://twitter.com/abc GOOD MORNING AMERICA'S HOMEPAGE: https://gma.yahoo.com/
FOX 10 Phoenix • 1 week ago
Brought to you by Desert Diamond: http://ddcaz.com
CBS News • 1 month ago
President-elect Donald Trump holds long-awaited press conference amid claims Russia has comprising info on him
FOX 10 Phoenix • 1 month ago
FULL COVERAGE of Donald Trump's Historic Inauguration. Pledging emphatically to empower America's "forgotten men and women," Donald Trump was sworn in as the 45th president of the United States Friday, taking command of a riven nation facing an unpredictable era under his assertive but untested leadership. Under cloudy, threatening skies at the West Front of the U.S. Capitol, Trump painted a bleak picture of the America he now leads, declaring as he had throughout the election campaign that it is beset by crime, poverty and a lack of bold action. The billionaire businessman and reality television star -- the first president to have never held political office or high military rank -- promised to stir a "new national pride" and protect America from the "ravages" of countries he says have stolen U.S. jobs. "This American carnage stops right here," Trump declared. In a warning to the world, he said, "From this day forward, a new vision will govern our land. From this moment on, it's going to be America first." The crowd that spread out before him on the National Mall was notably smaller than at past inaugurals, reflecting both the divisiveness of last year's campaign and the unpopularity of the incoming president compared to modern predecessors. Demonstrations unfolded at various security checkpoints near the Capitol as police helped ticket-holders get through. After the swearing-in, more protesters registered their rage in the streets of Washington. Police in riot gear deployed pepper spray and made numerous arrests after protesters smashed the windows of downtown businesses, denouncing capitalism and the new president. At least one vehicle was set afire. Short and pointed, Trump's 16-minute address in the heart of Washington was a blistering rebuke of many who listened from privileged seats only feet away. Surrounded by men and women who have long filled the government's corridors of power, the new president said that for too long, "a small group in our nation's capital has reaped the rewards of government while the people have borne the cost." His predecessor, President Barack Obama, sat stoically as Trump pledged to push the country in a dramatically different direction. Trump's victory gives Republicans control of both the White House and Congress -- and all but ensures conservatives can quickly pick up a seat on the closely divided Supreme Court. Despite entering a time of Republican dominance, Trump made little mention of the party's bedrock principles: small government, social conservativism and robust American leadership around the world. He left no doubt he considers himself the product of a movement -- not a party. Trump declared his moment a fulfillment of his campaign pledge to take a sledgehammer to Washington's traditional ways, and he spoke directly to the alienated and disaffected. "What truly matters is not which party controls our government, but whether our government is controlled by the people," he said. "To all Americans in every city near and far, small and large from mountain to mountain, from ocean to ocean, hear these words: You will never be ignored again." But the speech offered scant outreach to the millions who did not line up behind his candidacy. Trump's call for restrictive immigration measures, religious screening of immigrants and his caustic campaign rhetoric about women and minorities angered millions. He did not directly address that opposition, instead offering a call to "speak our minds openly, debate our disagreements honestly, but always pursue solidarity." While Trump did not detail policy proposals Friday, he did set a high bar for his presidency. The speech was full of the onetime showman's lofty promises to bring back jobs, "completely" eradicate Islamic terrorism, and build new roads, bridges and airports. Despite Trump's ominous portrait of America, he is taking the helm of a growing economy. Jobs have increased for a record 75 straight months, and the unemployment rate was 4.7 percent in December, close to a 9-year low. Yet Trump's victory underscored that for many Americans, the recovery from the Great Recession has come slowly or not at all. His campaign tapped into seething anger in working class communities, particularly in the Midwest, that have watched factories shuttered and the certainty of a middle class life wiped away.
FOX 10 Phoenix • 1 month ago
Pledging to empower America's "forgotten men and women," Donald Trump was sworn in as the 45th president of the United States Friday, taking command of a deeply divided nation and ushering in an unpredictable era in Washington. His victory gives Republicans control of the White House for the first time in eight years. Looking out over the crowd sprawled across the National Mall, Trump painted a bleak picture of the nation he now leads, lamenting crime, shuttered factories and depleted American leadership. He vowed to stir "new national pride," bring jobs back to the United States, and "eradicate completely" Islamic terrorism. "From this day forward, a new vision will govern our land. From this day forward, it's going to be only, `America First," Trump said in a 16-minute address, echoing one of the core messages of his improbable presidential campaign. Trump was sworn in by Chief Justice John Roberts, reciting the 35-word oath with his hand placed upon two Bibles, one used by his family and another during President Abraham Lincoln's inauguration. Light rain began to fall as the new president stepped forward to address America. Trump's journey to that moment was as unlikely as any in recent American history. He defied his party's establishment, befuddled the media and toppled two political dynasties on his way to victory. His message, calling for a resurgence of white, working-class corners of America, was packaged in defiant stump speeches railing against political correctness. He used social media to dominate the national conversation and challenge conventions about political discourse. After years of Democratic control of the White House and deadlock in Washington, his was a blast of fresh air for millions. But Trump's call for restrictive immigration measures and his caustic campaign rhetoric about women and minorities have also infuriated other millions. He assumes office as one of the most unpopular incoming presidents in modern history. The pomp and pageantry of the inaugural celebrations were also shadowed by questions about Trump's ties to Russia, which U.S. intelligence agencies have determined worked to tip the 2016 election in his favor. Trump's inauguration drew crowds to the nation's capital to witness the history. It repelled others. More than 60 House Democrats refused to attend his swearing in ceremony in the shadow of the Capitol dome. One Democrat who did sit among the dignitaries was Hillary Clinton, Trump's vanquished campaign rival who was widely expected by both parties to be the one taking the oath of office. At 70, Trump is the oldest person to be sworn in as president, marking a generational step backward after two terms for Barack Obama, one of the youngest presidents to serve as commander in chief. Trump takes charge of an economy that has recovered from the Great Recession but has nonetheless left millions of Americans feeling left behind. The nation's longest war is still being waged in Afghanistan and U.S. troops are battling the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria. The American health care system was expanded to reach millions more Americans during Obama's tenure, but at considerable financial costs. Trump has vowed to dismantle and rebuild it. Trump faces challenges as the first president to take office without ever having held a political position or served in the military. He has stacked his Cabinet with established Washington figures and wealthy business leaders. Though his team's conservative bent has been cheered by many Republicans, the overwhelmingly white and male Cabinet has been criticized for a lack of diversity. Officials expected hundreds of thousands of people to flock to the National Mall to witness the inauguration of the 45th president, though the crowds appeared smaller than past celebrations. Demonstrations unfolded at various security checkpoints near the Capitol as police in riot gear helped ticket-holders get through to the ceremony. In a show of solidarity, all of the living American presidents attended the swearing-in ceremony, except for 92-year-old George H.W. Bush, who was hospitalized this week with pneumonia. His wife, Barbara, was also admitted to the hospital after falling ill. While Trump came to power bucking convention, he wrapped himself in the traditions that accompany the peaceful transfer of power. Following a morning church service with his family, Trump and his wife, Melania, had tea at the White House with Obama and outgoing first lady Michelle Obama. The two couples greeted each other with handshakes and hugs, and Mrs. Trump presented Mrs. Obama with a gift. Following their private gathering in the executive mansion, the Trumps and Obamas traveled together to the Capitol for the swearing in ceremony.