Skip to comments.Trump is breaking all the rules, and that could be great for America
Posted on 03/13/2018 9:34:52 AM PDT by RoosterRedux
Here is a man who glories in breaking the rules, because that is how he rules.
Notice, too, that in the middle of this comedy routine, Trump revealed exactly what he was planning to do with respect to North Korea. By the way, he told his audience, a couple days ago they said, We would like to talk, and I said, So would we, but you have to de-nuke, you have to de-nuke. So lets see what happens. . . . We will be meeting, and well see if anything positive happens. Not a single news outlet got the joke that this wasnt a joke.
Of course, this could all end in just the kind of train-wreck-plus-dumpster-fire predicted ad nauseam by the presidents critics. But consider, if you dare, what a future historian might one day write:
President Trump had no experience of foreign affairs, but he soon grasped how disastrously his predecessor had bungled the North Korean nuclear threat. He applied sustained pressure on Pyongyang, directly through new UN-mandated sanctions, and indirectly by menacing China with threats of military action or a trade war.
In March 2018, he stepped up the pressure by announcing new tariffs on steel and aluminium imports. These tariffs would have hurt Americas allies more than China, but Beijing got the message. Xi Jinping was well aware a trade war directed by the US against China would hurt China much more than the United States, potentially reducing Chinese exports to America by up to 20 percent.
(Excerpt) Read more at bostonglobe.com ...
Trump isn’t playing, he is serious about making America Great Again!
Bull in china shop may leave unprecedented success in his wake.
Good things happen when a president doesn’t hate his country.
Trump is giving them all high blood pressure.
Trump started breaking all the rules starting on 6/16/2015.
President Trump emerges as the Patriot President we voted for & support,
....1) sends Goldman Sachs Cohn packing, 2) fires Tillerson, the globalist ex-CEO EXXON,......3) McMasters the Soros/Obama NSA next?
“President Trump had no experience of foreign affairs, but he soon grasped how disastrously his predecessor had bungled the North Korean nuclear threat.”
This is what people get wrong about Trump. As a builder on the world stage, Trump has to know what the local politics are as well as the regions. If he is building a Hotel in a given part of the world, he has people whose sole job is to understand the political, business and social climate and provide analysis on whether the risk is greater than the reward.
It is something liberals do not understand and their ignorance about it shows.
*McMaster the Soros/Obama - National Security Adviser/globalist agent.....
What about that burner phone that McMaster was caught using to call Soros on? ......Shouldnt that have resulted in immediate dismissal a few months back?
What “pretend” rules are we talking about? There are no rules....only possibilities.
Depends on how close his communications are being surveilled. His communications might just be a treasure trove of contacts and info. Hopefully it all adds up to Soros being taken out, figuratively or literally, either way.
“Trump started breaking all the rules starting on 6/16/2015.”.......
All of a sudden we are hearingr that Trump is “breaking all rules” but never heard much about rule breaking when odumbo was doing the same over an 8 year stint. Guess the “rules” were a lot different when odumbo was driving the cart.
Hard to belive the “Glub” wrote something positive about Trump...
as long as they stroke out as well. what’s the old saying
“War is Hell”
That is exactly what I said during the campaign. I figured anyone who could engage in critical thinking would come to the same conclusion. I foresaw the coming storm from nitwits like the employees of the Boston Globe (et al) who cannot use their noggins properly and found a web page where you could bet on the election. (Not legal in the US). Went all in on Trump and won $9k. Winning, indeed!
“To give Trump his due, he is capable of self-mockery. His speech at the recent Gridiron Club dinner might equally well have been delivered by Alec Baldwin, whose career has been relaunched by his Trump impersonation on Saturday Night Live.
I wont rule out direct talks with Kim Jong Un, said Trump. I just wont. As far as the risk of dealing with a madman is concerned, thats his problem, not mine.”
LOL. This cracked me up! The mark of great confidence.
No wonder Peggy Noonan is upset, she didn't write this brilliant line.
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BREAKING: Officials: White House fires top Tillerson aide who contradicted account of secretary of state’s dismissal.”
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