A mover and a shaker!

President Trump delivered the commencement speech at the U.S. Naval Academy’s graduation ceremony in Annapolis, Maryland on Friday, and then took 90 minutes to shake the hand of each outgoing student.


“I could make this commencement address — which is a great honor for me — and immediately leave and wave goodbye,” Trump told the graduates.

“Or, I could stay and shake hands with 1,100 and something,”he added.

“What should I do? What should I do?” Trump asked the cheering crowd.

“I’ll stay, I’ll stay!”

During his address, Trump told the graduates they were beginning their service at a “truly exciting time” in American history, amid a “great reawakening of America spirit and of American might.”


“We have rediscovered our identity, regained our stride and we’re proud again,” he said.

“Prosperity is booming at home, our economy is the strongest it’s ever been and our country has regained the respect that we used to have long ago abroad.

“Yes, they’re respecting us again. Yes, America is back.”


And true to his word, after his commencement address, the President stayed and devoted the next hour and a half to shaking hands with each graduate.

ABC News released this 41-second time-lapse video of the hand-shaking marathon:

Trump’s as mad as hell…

… and he’s not going to take it anymore!

Witch hunt Mueller’s threat to subpoena the President in the bogus, biased Russian collusion probe has incited Trump’s fighting instinct.

“His instinct is always to be on the offensive,” said a Trump insider, as reported by Axios. “This was a wake-up call to the president that will embolden him. As he sees this becoming more serious, his instinct is to punch back ten times harder.”

Mueller told the President’s lawyers that if Trump doesn’t agree to an interview to answer a long list questions (the list was leaked to the mainstream media last week), Mueller would issue a subpoena for the president to appear before a grand jury.

“For the average human, nothing scares them more than legal issues,” said the insider, according to Axios. “He. Does. Not. Care. His whole adult life has been spent in litigation. He’s not afraid of high-stakes legal stuff. He’s just going to start swinging and knock people’s heads off.”

The risks are too high for Trump to submit to an interview, reported Axios, quoting law professor and former White House counsel Robert Bauer.

The list of questions is extremely threatening, he said. Some of the questions have no safe answer.

Merkel gets the pub’s rush

Trump dumps the frump after love fest with Manny

German Chancellor Angela Merkel came to Washington to meet with President Trump and ended up eating a hamburger in a pub.

Her three-hour visit was a dismal affair compared with the three-day extravaganza for French President Emmanuel Macron and his wife Brigitte, which included a 21-gun salute, a helicopter tour of Washington, a tree planting ceremony and a extraordinarily lavish state dinner organized by the gorgeous and stylish Melania.

C’est là vie!