The ‘Outnumbered’ panel looks back at the president’s first year.



michael barnett · December 31, 2017 at 9:05 am

President Trump is the most intelligent, successful, moral and competent leader the united states ever have since the last 100 years. Thank God that he is not a typical politician to continue the failure of the past.

546 cowboy · December 31, 2017 at 9:05 am

Polls don't mean squat to Americans. They have been skewed against OUR President for two years now and look where that got the pollsters. When you only poll Democrats and protesters we see what you get. Poll middle America and reverse the numbers.

Mainstream media and the polls are one in the same and why we don't watch either.

Willam Unknown · December 31, 2017 at 9:05 am

Attention brain-washed, ignorant Trump supporters:   Obama inherited (thanks to George Bush Jr.) the worst American economy since the great depression days of 1929.  Yet, Obama managed to turn it around, starting in his second year (2009) the stock market began its upward climb which has continued steadily to today.  Trump, meanwhile, inherited the best economy in over 40 years on day one.  Sadly, this Trump tax bill passed last week is going to put America back into the same (but probably worse) place that George Bush Jr. did with his tax cut bill.  One of the few things Trump has been honest about is that his tax cut bill is historic.   There has never been a tax cut that favored the super wealthy Americans to this degree.  Even Ronald Reagan's trickle down economics plan was nowhere near so heavily weighted to favor the wealthiest Americans at the expense of the middle class.

Willam Unknown · December 31, 2017 at 9:05 am

One of the best things Trump did in 2017 was to pay 25 million dollars for fraud to the people who he swindled with Trump University.  At least he did pay off middle-class Americans who he was trying to rob.  MAGA

Mike Harrington · December 31, 2017 at 9:05 am

The FBI protects the citizens of America. Donald Trump DOESN'T .. .. ..

PepsiCo Cal · December 31, 2017 at 9:05 am

Thank you mr president, you’re doing what the US needs!🇺🇸

matthew tucker · December 31, 2017 at 9:05 am

One thing he has definitely accomplished is gaining 50 pounds and being the ugliest president in human history. Remember when this fat fuck promised you he wouldn't golf as president?no? That's because you're fucking stupid, here's a link

Polydynamix · December 31, 2017 at 9:05 am

5 out of 93… that's his current success rate. Less than 6% success… literally the least successful president in the history of the United States, even William Henry Harrison accomplished 7 of his plans- and he died a month into office. Trump officially accomplished less in a year than Harrison did in the 1 month before he died.

Claud74able · December 31, 2017 at 9:05 am

I do not believe the polls.  —-Unless the people are uninformed..  Maybe they do listen to Jessica?  Or worse CNN.

J K · December 31, 2017 at 9:05 am

What's more intelligent? A Trump Supporter or a house cat suffering from mental retardation? I know… its a tough call.

M. Rici · December 31, 2017 at 9:05 am

The brain death are the ones no body can give optimism

Iron Horse · December 31, 2017 at 9:05 am

Only the stupidest people in the world allow themselves to be brainwashed by this garbage. Fox is anti-american. Always has been. Trump is a traitor and so are you if you support him.

Ferris Vueller · December 31, 2017 at 9:05 am

Trump needs to get the wall started. Reduce immigration of cheap labor and increase economic defence from unfair trading and out of control globalism. Capitalism needs rules, globalism undermines those rules by going through other countries. Therefore, globalism needs more rules than capitalism.

Dewey Overholt · December 31, 2017 at 9:05 am

It's nice that Fox has their token idiot (Jessica), despite the left and their view being irrelevant. When obama was in office they shut-down debate and discussion and spent their time labeling ANYONE who disagreed with obama on ANYTHING as racist or a bigot or a homophobe etc.
Now that the left has lost the election and their representatives choose not to participate in our government (because President Trump won), we as Americans should follow their lead. The left's opinion and views are now irrelevant, so why ask? Leftists already proven (past 8 years) that they cannot handle debate or discussion (constantly trying to censor speech and shut down debate), so they shouldn't be included in ANY debate or discussion. Why waste air time on the ONLY legitimate news agency with some dimwitted snowflake? America and Americans deserve better.

Angry Goyim · December 31, 2017 at 9:05 am

I do not like generalization name calling such as ''liberals'' ''democrats'' we are all AMERICANS. The media is a weapon

Byrd Well · December 31, 2017 at 9:05 am

jessica is a grinch all year around. . .and her voice is nauseating just like the lamestream media and alphabet channels she supports.

Ted Needham · December 31, 2017 at 9:05 am

Keep it up Mt President

Steel Here · December 31, 2017 at 9:05 am

There is absolutely no health risks from eating junk food, fast food and sodas daily. Also, exercising is not necessarily a benefit to your physical or mental health, so eat up and lay down.

media assassin! · December 31, 2017 at 9:05 am

This bitch doesn't know anything about Construction especially when there's prototypes involved

Richard Laub · December 31, 2017 at 9:05 am

Anything he did is for the 33% that is his base. His tax plan is for his rich buddies. What about the other 72%? Does he even care? He will go down as the least liked President of all time. Catering to just a small amount of the voting public will kill him in 2020. On top of all that he is a draft dodger, fraud, liar, swindler, narcissist, womanizer, and I suspect a Putin plant to overthrow our way of life. Why is it that he only says nice things about Russia and Putin? Russia interfered with our election (Not saying the outcome wasn't fair) and that has still not been dealt with. You would think that that would be a priority for that to never happen again. Trump does not feel or realize that is important. What if more countries try the same tactics? We have a lot of enemies in this world and they all want to take us down. This guy just wants to be friends with a country that tried to and was successful at disrupting our election. That does not seem to matter to the current government and I for one do not understand that. Yes, he's an agent for Russia and probably owes a ton of money to them. US banks won;t lend him money…Russia will. Enough said.

media assassin! · December 31, 2017 at 9:05 am


Larry Guess · December 31, 2017 at 9:05 am

This is a very, very incomplete list of the things that have been accomplished since Trump became president.
Unemployment at a 17 year low
Illegal immigration at a 38 year low.
Home sales and ownership rate the highest in 10 years.
Coal exports have doubled.
We are now exporting more oil than we are importing and on a path to complete energy independence.
Anwar has been opened up after over three decades of unsuccessful efforts to do so.
The stock market added 5000 points more than has ever been added in a single year.
The repatriation tax rate has been lowered from 35% to 16.5% which has already led to over $200 billion being brought back into our nation's economy and will likely result in approximately $3 trillion being brought back into our economy.
Even with these additions, it is still an incomplete list.
Jessica can keep living in her fairy tale world and citing obviously skewed and inaccurate polls. People do not generally vote out a party that has added to their income in favor of a party that wants to reduce it. (it's the economy stupid)
Average annual household income fell by 5.9% under Obama. Trump's tax bill will add an average of $2000 to household income. Combine that with the 2.9% average increase in wages and the additional increase in wages this tax bill will bring and people will look at their paychecks before and after Trump and the democrat party will be in deep trouble.
This doesn't even consider the massive corruption in the Obama administration that is continually being exposed.

Veλron · December 31, 2017 at 9:05 am

people hate him because he is successful and they aren't

Dr. Amp · December 31, 2017 at 9:05 am

I guess the liberal missed that CBS story… you now the one where they picked 3 random famlies from across the country including upper middle class from california, and gave their 2016 tax filing to a CPA and had him look at what their filings under the new GOP law would be and what do you know; even the californians saved money.

morenaje23 · December 31, 2017 at 9:05 am

That foolish woman Jessica expects the wall to be done in a year? What an idiot.

Tuxedo Themes Web Services · December 31, 2017 at 9:05 am

New Executive Order Implements Global Magnitsky Human Rights Accountability Act,
Provides for Treasury Sanctions Against Malign Actors Worldwide

Washington – Today, the Trump Administration launched a new sanctions regime targeting human rights abusers and corrupt actors around the world. Building on the Global Magnitsky Human Rights Accountability Act passed by Congress last year, President Donald J. Trump signed an Executive Order (Order) today declaring a national emergency with respect to serious human rights abuse and corruption around the world and providing for the imposition of sanctions on actors engaged in these malign activities. In an Annex to the Order, the President imposed sanctions on 13 serious human rights abusers and corrupt actors. In addition, the Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC), acting on behalf of the Secretary of the Treasury, in consultation with the Secretary of State and the Attorney General, imposed sanctions on an additional 39 affiliated individuals and entities under the newly-issued Order.

“Today, the United States is taking a strong stand against human rights abuse and corruption globally by shutting these bad actors out of the U.S. financial system. Treasury is freezing their assets and publicly denouncing the egregious acts they’ve committed, sending a message that there is a steep price to pay for their misdeeds,” said Secretary of the Treasury Steven T. Mnuchin. “At the direction of President Trump, Treasury and our interagency partners will continue to take decisive and impactful actions to hold accountable those who abuse human rights, perpetrate corruption, and undermine American ideals.”

As a result of today’s actions, all of the assets within U.S. jurisdiction of the individuals and entities included in the Annex to the Order or designated by OFAC are blocked, and U.S. persons are generally prohibited from engaging in transactions with them. Further details on these designations are included below.

Yahya Jammeh

Yahya Jammeh (Jammeh), the former President of The Gambia who came to power in 1994 and stepped down in 2017, has a long history of engaging in serious human rights abuses and corruption. Jammeh created a terror and assassination squad called the Junglers that answered directly to him. Jammeh used the Junglers to threaten, terrorize, interrogate, and kill individuals whom Jammeh assessed to be threats. During Jammeh’s tenure, he ordered the Junglers to kill a local religious leader, journalists, members of the political opposition, and former members of the government, among others. Jammeh used the Gambia’s National Intelligence Agency (NIA) as a repressive tool of the regime – torturing political opponents and journalists. Throughout his presidency, Jammeh routinely ordered the abuse and murder of those he suspected of undermining his authority.

During his tenure, Jammeh used a number of corrupt schemes to plunder The Gambia’s state coffers or otherwise siphon off state funds for his personal gain. Ongoing investigations continue to reveal Jammeh’s large-scale theft from state coffers prior to his departure. According to The Gambia’s Justice Ministry, Jammeh personally, or through others acting under his instructions, directed the unlawful withdrawal of at least $50 million of state funds. The Gambian Government has since taken action to freeze Jammeh’s assets within The Gambia.

In a related action, OFAC designated Africada Airways, Kanilai Group International, Kanilai Worni Family Farms Ltd, Royal Africa Capital Holding Ltd, Africada Financial Service & Bureau de Change Ltd, Africada Micro-Finance Ltd, Africada Insurance Company, Kora Media Corporation Ltd, Atlantic Pelican Company Ltd, Palm Grove Africa Dev’t Corp. Ltd, Patriot Insurance Brokers Co. Ltd, and Royal Africa Securities Brokerage Co Ltd.

Roberto Jose Rivas Reyes

As President of Nicaragua’s Supreme Electoral Council, drawing a reported government salary of $60,000 per year, Roberto Jose Rivas Reyes (Rivas) has been accused in the press of amassing sizeable personal wealth, including multiple properties, private jets, luxury vehicles, and a yacht. Rivas has been described by a Nicaraguan Comptroller General as “above the law,” with investigations into his corruption having been blocked by Nicaraguan government officials. He has also perpetrated electoral fraud undermining Nicaragua’s electoral institutions.

Dan Gertler

Dan Gertler (Gertler) is an international businessman and billionaire who has amassed his fortune through hundreds of millions of dollars’ worth of opaque and corrupt mining and oil deals in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). Gertler has used his close friendship with DRC President Joseph Kabila to act as a middleman for mining asset sales in the DRC, requiring some multinational companies to go through Gertler to do business with the Congolese state. As a result, between 2010 and 2012 alone, the DRC reportedly lost over $1.36 billion in revenues from the underpricing of mining assets that were sold to offshore companies linked to Gertler. The failure of the DRC to publish the full details of one of the sales prompted the International Monetary Fund to halt loans to the DRC totaling $225 million. In 2013, Gertler sold to the DRC government for $150 million the rights to an oil block that Gertler purchased from the government for just $500,000, a loss of $149.5 million in potential revenue. Gertler has acted for or on behalf of Kabila, helping Kabila organize offshore leasing companies.

In a related action, OFAC designated Pieter Albert Deboutte, Fleurette Properties Limited, Fleurette Holdings Netherlands B.V., Gertler Family Foundation, Oil of DR Congo SPRL, Jarvis Congo SARL, International Diamond Industries, D.G.D. Investments Ltd., D.G.I. Israel Ltd, Proglan Capital Ltd, Emaxon Finance International Inc., Africa Horizons Investment Limited, Caprikat Limited, Foxwhelp Limited, Caprikat and Foxwhelp SARL, Lora Enterprises Limited, Zuppa Holdings Limited, Orama Properties Ltd, DGI Mining Ltd, and Rozaro Development Limited.

Judith Osorio · December 31, 2017 at 9:05 am

Poor Sarah, all that lying is starting to have a toll on her.

Marc W · December 31, 2017 at 9:05 am

👍🏻 My President👍🏻🇺🇸

David Starr · December 31, 2017 at 9:05 am

If Trump hadn't been such a racist, sexist, bigoted, misogynistic, homophobic islamophobe, we would have never had all of those hurricanes.

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