Treasury Secretary Mnuchin Pushes Back Against Financial Globalists During G20 Finance Meeting…

President Trump’s U.S. trade policy of “America First”, free but FAIR trade, came to the forefront in Germany as Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin subtly yet firmly pushed back against language that affirmed globalism and multilateral trade.

According to the Washington Post German officials urged Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin to agree to their customary modern free trade language in the G20’s joint statement.

However, the U.S. Treasury Secretary refused their request and instead urged adoption of more general wording allowing each nation to make their own determinations of what constitutes “free and fair trade” with their own best interests in mind.

This approach is the basis for one-on-one bilateral trade.  It is also the starting point toward negotiating exceptional trade deals by providing leverage which allows President Trump, Secretary Ross and Trade Rep Lighthizer to frame proposals (by competing nations) against each other.  By holding firm to the basic trade outlook Secretary Mnuchin is setting the table for the U.S. trade team to renegotiate everything.

The disconnect from the traditional economic group-think of the G20 finance ministers is a direct break from the past two decades.  This central approach reflects the baseline change in ongoing U.S. trade policy.  It would appear President Trump and his economic team are more concerned about the interests of American workers than foreign nationals. Go figure.

Secretary Mnuchin suggested adding more general language committing to “strengthen the contribution of trade.”   A version of that sentence was included in the statement, despite criticisms from some G20 finance ministers that it was pointless.

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LOL ‘nevertheless Mnuchin persisted’…  Oh well, they conceded. Good job Mr. Secretary.

Here’s the full press conference and remarks:

 

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116 Responses to Treasury Secretary Mnuchin Pushes Back Against Financial Globalists During G20 Finance Meeting…

  1. Bull Durham says:

    I think Steve Mnuchin will be one of the toughest Secretary appointments. He’s on topic and very clear what the mission is. Has an outstanding chain of successes in his career. SOT will be historic.
    Mnuchin senses this. He and Wilbur are going to wreck Globalism quite thoroughly.

    Liked by 49 people

  2. yohio says:

    Wolverines!

    Liked by 19 people

    • quintrillion says:

      “my little friends”

      Liked by 11 people

    • singingsoul says:

      I am so impressed with President’s cabinet the quality of people he selected. The other I noticed is the loyalty to the USA and to the Presidents vision or . I am very proud of POTUS and his team. It really takes a very secure man to select such strong cabinet.

      My heart hurts when people diminish President Trump as if he is dumb. The only dumb people I see is the media because they are so narrow educated in mind and spirit that they do not see the brilliance of this man.

      Liked by 19 people

      • Orygun says:

        They have globalist blinders on and will never see President Trump as anything but a threat.

        Liked by 11 people

      • Gail says:

        There are none so blind as those who will not see.

        Liked by 1 person

      • tsforex says:

        The people on the left are so narrow mi ded they can see through a key hole. I was so happy with Sundances post. I was smiling so wide I could eat a banana sideways!!!
        MAGA

        Liked by 3 people

      • Guy Bee says:

        The dumb people are the ones who are so blinded by their own bias or irrationality, all they can see is a reflection of their stupidity. Anyone who thinks Trump is not working in the best interest of America, is in fact not working in the best interest of America. MAGA!!!!

        Liked by 1 person

      • parteagirl says:

        Don’t feel bad for Trump when people say he’s dumb. I think he loves it.

        Think of it this way: if you were walking into a poker game full of strangers, would you want them to *think* you were the smartest person in the room, or would you rather *be* the smartest person in the room without anyone suspecting you were. Being underestimated creates all kinds of interesting leverage. 😉

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      • zdspace says:

        they are not dumb, they are anti american and want to use their position in the media to make other people think like they do. very bad people, very dangerous people if you like american values… and that does not include the anti american values of obama/clinton and the prog globalist elite.

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  3. Kelly says:

    Behind those black framed Clark Kent glasses, Mnunchin is a fiscal/financial Superman.

    Liked by 34 people

    • Wend says:

      He’s quite attractive and has a beautiful fiancee. Brainy is the new sexy.

      Liked by 12 people

      • singingsoul says:

        Wend ( good German name)
        ” Brainy is the new sexy.”
        ______________________
        I always liked brainy men and married one 🙂

        Mnuchin is a brilliant man and very likable.

        Liked by 6 people

        • Katherine McCoun says:

          “like” all 3 comments. Mulvaney was incredible too. My husband (another brain/nerd type and proud of it) just got a chance to watch the press briefing he did last night. I was surprised at how much fun it was for me to watch a 2nd time! He rocked the house that day but what I found most interesting was how often he referenced the research that he and his staff did into President Trump’s campaign speeches to see what he had promised and to understand exactly what he wanted. This researched was key to shaping the budget he developed. Good approach

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  4. MrE says:

    “Mnuchin persisted” you crack me up, Sundance. 😂😂😂

    Liked by 17 people

  5. Sa_Bi says:

    The G20 is an illegitimate group that includes brutal dictatorships and acts as an unelected world government. It has never contributed anything menaingful to peace and prosperity, and rather serves as a forum for various entities that seek to undermine the US, most notably China.

    I would pull out – what is the point? – and start a new international forum that should include the US and the UK for a start. It should then expand to eventually include countries like India, but always remain under US leadership and evolve into a platform to contain China and protect US economic interests.

    Mnuchin defied those clowns who said that Trump would sell out to Goldman Sachs, and I am very pleased.

    Liked by 16 people

    • David R. Graham says:

      Your realignment idea has my support, especially to include India. I have conceived it as a core of Three Brothers, India, USA and Russia: http://theological-geography.net/?s=three+brothers

      Liked by 4 people

    • whoseyore says:

      I actually like that they are remaining in the G20 long enough to make clear our President’s ideas for nationalism and perhaps it will open the eyes of the citizens of other countries pushing the globalist agenda and they will rise up in their own countries (Brexit). Mnuchin will make clear what we want and when the G20 bucks our ideas – we pull out with a big explanation of why and how it will better serve us to no longer be a part of that system.

      Liked by 3 people

  6. Stringy theory says:

    Some good news here, thankfully.

    Liked by 2 people

  7. Suite D says:

    When evil is finally confronted by good evil collapses in a heap. MAGA

    Liked by 7 people

  8. fleporeblog says:

    Our President yesterday and Secretary Mnuchin today have made it very clear to the EU as well the entire world that they days of multinational trade agreements are DEAD! Merkel and other EU members think they can hide behind the EU for a bilateral trade agreement, they will learn soon enough that isn’t the case.

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    • President Trump was not impressed by Merkel’s SNAKE DANCE cuddling the SNAKE to her bosom at the press conference yesterday. When she interjected her pet “REFUGEES” into her statement and said how “we must be concerned about THEM at the utmost,” or something like that. Trump retorted that he is more concerned about the people of HIS country: THE AMERICAN PEOPLE.

      It would’ve been so funny if President Trump broke out with a recital of THE SNAKE POEM right then and there! 😀 LOOOOOOOOOOOL!

      #Winning

      Liked by 5 people

  9. Rainer says:

    More winning. But the msm won’t acknowledge it.

    Liked by 6 people

  10. moray watson says:

    All Income Tax Treaties are bi-lateral. Why would Trade Agreements be any different?

    Liked by 4 people

  11. ok4ayl says:

    One thing I’ve noticed about my friends on the left ( those that will engage in meaningful dialogue anyway ) is that they despise Trumps delivery style. They were so enamored by the smooth Obama they forget about the substance of it all. The left is unhinged on virtually everything Trump does, in the meantime things are getting done, America first is taking hold. It feels good to be turning the corner, albeit slowly….:)

    Liked by 6 people

    • jsbachlover says:

      “Smooth Obama” was far more an illusion than real. Only when reading a teleprompter. When not, he was a mess of uh, ahs, ohs, ums and stutters. And that lie that Obama is exceptionally intelligent: I still don’t know where THAT came from.

      Liked by 16 people

      • nimrodman says:

        Yeah. “Smartest guy in the room”
        … who can’t put together an intelligible sentence when off teleprompter.

        Gimme a break.

        Liked by 6 people

      • Gail says:

        If, if, if, if, if……..

        Liked by 5 people

      • setup2100 says:

        Off the teleprompter he showed all he ever was is a community organizer who could not organize a 2 car parade.

        Liked by 5 people

        • rashamon says:

          Yes, organization is his “forte” — and I laugh because he really didn’t succeed at that, but garnered marvelous press thanks to his handlers, all former members of the Chicago press. It’s truly a crime that the media and power brokers didn’t spend more time investigating this empty suit, who has managed to throw us into a world so chaotic that we don’t know what tomorrow will bring.

          Imagine tomorrow with President Trump leading the parade.

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    • Your Tour Guide says:

      They are that way on everything. Any accents other then the approved ones (which are
      ever changing) are “stupid”, “dumb”, “ignorant”. This applies doubly to anyone who has
      a thick southern accent. Automatically dismissed as a moron.

      Hilarious to YTG, because the single most intelligent person I’ve ever met had a very
      thick south Georgia accent. And South Georgia talks REAL slow. Three syllables for
      any word where one will do. This individual was a college Professor. Taught Anatomy
      and Physiology. Had also written the text book that most Anatomy and Physiology
      instructors used in colleges nationwide.

      The same exact thing with Palin. Was shocked how many of my “conservative, Republican” friends thought that she was an utter moron after her electrifying speech
      in Dayton. I was expecting to hear re- inforcement on “Way to go!, about time!” .
      I heard, instead, of what an utter moron she came across as. The person that tore
      the most into her was the WASPiest friend I have. His family barely missed coming
      over on the Mayflower. I call him the whitest person I know.

      The left can’t get past the Brooklyn when Trump talks. They don’t hear words, they
      hear accents. YTG can testify on how accents can work to your advantage sometimes.

      To hear me talk, you’d think I just came out of the hollers of Kentucky. Those in
      charge have discounted my thinking abilities for 20 years now. At their own peril.
      What I stick with , I generally wind up winning.

      Liked by 5 people

      • I thought Pres. Trump originated in Queens? not Brooklyn.

        YTG, I totally agree with you on accents. Also, notice blondes are usually assumed to be dumb, to the smart ones’ great advantage! I’ve known several. As far as I know this cliche’ only applies to women.

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    • Guy Bee says:

      Obama could not put a coherent sentance together off script. For being the MOST brilliant orator and President ever, he comunicated like a dolt. Who knew?

      Liked by 2 people

    • Re: “unhinged friends.”

      They’re not healthy to be around. We have cut them from our lives for that very reason: they are unhinged and mentally deranged. We mentioned the name “Trump” and one of our neighbors started spitting like a demon possessed person. We consider them to be like drug addicts, we don’t hate them but we stay clear of being around them because there’s something very wrong with them. FAMILY MEMBERS INCLUDED!

      Keep at a distance. They’re literally dangerous.

      Liked by 5 people

      • Your Tour Guide says:

        A neighbor went beserk on me a few years ago when we were talking about
        some politically related matter. I stated that both parties were basically useless.
        What I witnessed for the next 15 minutes should have been filmed.

        The guy paced back and forth up his front sidewalk, throwing his arms into
        the air, frequently dropping “F” bombs. All to do with G.W. Bush, and what
        he had done that was beyond evil. He kept pacing, gesturing, cussing,
        getting red in the face, and finally ran into his house, slamming the screen
        door so hard I thought that the glass would shatter. We’d sat around over
        beers a few times prior to that. Haven’t talked to the fool since.

        Liked by 1 person

        • I’ve seen that several times, too! They bare their teeth, nearly hiss and snarl. They look nearly demonic. This has happened to me twice – once in 2008 re: Sarah Palin, and last year, re: DJT. Very, very creepy.

          The non-demonic ones are almost worse. Strong, learned people go all weepy when the subject of our President comes up – they nearly shake with personal fear! Very, very scary to think that the media can do that to people.

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  12. CheshireCat says:

    Now if only a couple others with names starting with an M (Mattis and McMaster) were as on the ball and as on board the Trump Express as Secretary Mnuchin

    Liked by 6 people

  13. floridahoosier93 says:

    Not at all tired of the winning quite yet. 😎

    Liked by 3 people

    • floridahoosier93 says:

      Oh, and how often in your life have you read about something a US Treasury Secretary did at a G20 meeting and said to yourself, “Yes!”?

      Liked by 9 people

    • floridahoosier93 says:

      Oh, and how often in your life have you read about something a US Treasury Secretary did at a G20 meeting and said to yourself, “Yes!”?

      Liked by 2 people

  14. RichieM says:

    “were so enamored by the smooth Obama…”

    Reality-denying liberals have always preferred “you’re getting sleepy” to “Wake up, schmucks!”

    Liked by 6 people

    • mw says:

      Haha! Exactly. Hypnosis over reality. And so blinded were so many by the hypnosis, they didn’t even see the wreckage. Because they didn’t look at it! They just were so mesmerized by the smooth talking snake oil salesman, they thought the snake oil was a delicacy.

      Liked by 3 people

      • Shirley32 says:

        It has always annoyed me when I hear people speak of Obama as a smooth talker. He is nothing but a liar who can’t but three words together without a teleprompter. Only the MSM thinks he is a smooth talker. We are fooled no longer.

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  15. Beenthere says:

    Mnuchin is a very succinct talker. No long-winded, obvious BS coming from him.

    What I found interesting in this Q & A is Mnuchin shared that his counterparts expressed optimism,( in Trump’s pro-growth policies) that they haven’t spoken about in prior meetings for a long time. —– What a difference a new American administration can make on the world stage.

    Liked by 13 people

  16. sundance says:

    Mnuchin made them an offer they couldn’t refuse. Think about it. Two-thirds of the G20 combined barely add up to the economic market of the United States.

    Often on the campaign trail Trump would say it’s about time we put the size of that economic leverage to use. What Mnuchin, Ross, and Lighthizer are doing is simply putting that approach into action.

    There ain’t a darned thing the G19+1 can do about it.

    That’s the way I’m going to think about these groups now. The G7 will be G6+1, the G20 will be G19+1 etc. We are the one. The one they need to exist.

    Liked by 40 people

    • Stringy theory says:

      Yes!! Like.

      Liked by 1 person

    • JC says:

      Exactly, SD. All those years our leverage was ignored, squandered or sabotaged (such waste!) and sold to the highest bidder to line their own pockets.

      Now, heroes of the American people are en pointe and on the case… in spades. Thrilling.

      Liked by 5 people

    • rashamon says:

      G20: Who should be designing the show or dissolve the whole shebang-shebang?

      Argentina
      Australia
      Brazil
      Canada
      China
      France
      Germany
      India
      Indonesia
      Italy
      Japan
      South Korea
      Mexico
      Russia
      Saudi Arabia
      South Africa
      Turkey
      United Kingdom
      United States

      Steve Mnuchin brings a depth to this position we have NEVER seen. Spectacular first presentation!

      Liked by 6 people

    • For sure! Trump knows what he’s got with USA so much leverage.

      Especially look at ITALY and some of the other states in Europe of the G20; they have no money and for sure they don’t pay their share, like the others they’re just added to this conglomerate G20 for status and clout in NUMBERS only.

      #Winning

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    • justfactsplz says:

      “We are the one”, I like that. We are going to be number one again. Winning!

      Like

  17. KBR says:

    We…had eighteen bilateral meetings…

    Good! I wonder which of the individual countries within the EU were involved in those 18?

    Liked by 2 people

    • The Boss says:

      I found it interesting that Secretary Mnuchin went out of his way to mention he arrived a day early to meet with the German hosts for dinner and talk. My takeaway was he sent a message to the world…that constructive, bilateral talks are to be expected.

      Liked by 3 people

  18. MIKE says:

    “Sorry fellas, new sheriff, new rules!” Said Steve Racer. He continued, ” but y’all have spunk. “I hate spunk.”

    Liked by 1 person

  19. bessie2003 says:

    That was a treat to listen to.

    Liked by 1 person

  20. Athena the Warrior says:

    Secretary Mnuchin is another great addition to the Trump Administration. So many people were sounding the alarm simply because he worked at Goldman Sachs at one point. Who better to understand the complex financial schemes in place than a high level executive from one of those firms.

    Liked by 8 people

  21. Karen says:

    In the second video clip (at 1:29) he mentions discussing “…a fair global tax system that promotes growth…” Does that have anything to do with global warming carbon taxes they want to impose?

    Liked by 2 people

    • xyzlatin says:

      I wondered about that too. Warning bells whenever the words ‘global’ and ‘taxes’ are used together.

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    • The Boss says:

      I don’t think that was what Sec. Mnuchin intended. Later, he commented on how President Trump has stated the US is pulling out of the Paris Agreement.

      Liked by 3 people

    • Shadrach says:

      No. The language regarding climate change was also removed.
      And Mulvaney said quite clearly that he thinks any money spent on climate change is wasted money.

      Liked by 3 people

    • Mr. Mnuchin will promote “open and fair” trade. “That means a trading system that has a level playing field for our firms and our workers globally,”

      Trump already promised to eliminate 75 percent of federal regulations and undo Obama’s “Climate Action Plan he is not in favor of global warming carbon taxes .

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    • RC says:

      Karen: I suspect by “fair global taxing system that promotes growth” Mnuchin was alluding to the European-wide VAT tax system that rewards European exports with an 18 – 22% tax rebate and penalizes US exports to Europe with an 18 – 22% quasi- import tax.

      Those who listened to Trump’s campaign speeches last year will recognize this meme — but very few Europeans listened to those campaign speeches and would not have encountered Trump’s meme reading the NYT or other MSM publications.

      Incidentally, did you note Mnuchin’s repeated references to 18-bilateral talks with his counterparts, during walks alongside the river at Baden-Baden? I suspect those counterparts were much more forthcoming one-on-one with Mnuchin, than when monitored by Merkel’s enforcers in the joint 20-member plenary sessions.

      Liked by 2 people

    • SharonKinDC says:

      A fair global tax system, means a ‘reevaluation’ of the WTO BS ‘agreement’ where other countries place a tax on imports from the US as part of a VAT which ISN’T counted as being a tax/tariff by the WTO. Meanwhile, the US doesn’t have a VAT, so these countries skate on paying the US…

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  22. decisiontime16 says:

    No more trade entanglements. “Bilateral”….keeping it simple and easily accountable. Couldn’t be better!

    Liked by 3 people

  23. Janice says:

    I sleep so much better at night! God has blessed us immensely with this team! Reporters are nauseous with their subtle intention of how dare Mnuchin put America first! Love you all and thank you again Sundance!

    Liked by 2 people

  24. xyzlatin says:

    I am so impressed with the style of Secretary Mnuchin. Evenly spoken yet firm and clear and very competent sounding. A nice guy. However, I found unnerving his involuntary body swaying and movements such as the head flick to the left. After the campaign where we examined every eye movement and jerk of Hillary Clinton forensically for signs of illness, I am afraid I am now trained involuntarily to notice these things. Pres Trump also gets a sway on at times and a shoulder shrug.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Sandra says:

      I didn’t notice any movements except that he seemed at one point to tidy up the stuff on the table, including positioning the glass of water. 🙂 I do that too.

      Liked by 1 person

    • justfactsplz says:

      President Trump is always touching his cuff links too I’ve noticed. I don’t know if he’s checking to make sure they’re still there, does for good luck, or if it is a “hello” to someone. It is very endearing.

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    • justfactsplz says:

      I wanted to add that I haven’t noticed President Trump swaying but I have sure noticed his swagger.

      Liked by 1 person

    • SharonKinDC says:

      Brilliant guy. Does have some sort of dyskinesia. Doesn’t affect his mental acuity, but does make it more difficult to watch him. I simply listened to the Q & A video as it allowed me to focus on the quality of his communication w/o the distraction of involuntary body and facial tics.

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  25. KBR says:

    I think that what reporters found unnerving was how he firmly but politely undid their innuendos and directed the point back to the positives of the cooperative efforts.

    I especially liked how he took down the insinuation that he was only experienced in “fast deals” and not in slow deliberations, saying that businessmen in many instances deliberated and sought input. It showed that the reporter knew nothing about business at that level, and that SOT Mnuchin was clearly in his element.

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  26. Sandra says:

    14:28 Some of my colleagues said that this was really the first time there was real optimism in the room around the economic opportunities in different countries, that we’ve come through a period of low growth, and I think particularly in the US there’s a lot of interest in our pro-growth policies and you see that reflected in the optimism of the markets.

    Hahaha. That’s a big slam against Obama and his pathetic no-growth policies.

    Liked by 7 people

    • Janie M. says:

      Sandra, the prospect of what is to come is heartening, when we are running on all 8 cylinders. Made me think of “Future’s So Bright I Gotta Wear Shades.”

      Liked by 4 people

      • Sandra says:

        It’s heartening because we finally seem to have people who know what they’re doing in the positions of power! When I see Mnuchin or Tillerson or the others speaking I feel such a sense of relief.

        Liked by 4 people

        • Janie M. says:

          Yup, not political hacks but actual people with business acumen in the private sector. What a difference, Sandra.

          Liked by 1 person

        • JC says:

          Oh, how true, Sandra. The ugliness of everything we had to endure the past 8+ years was unbearable. It’s going to take a bit to believe these miraculous sea changes are happening in our lifetime, but I’m willing to work at it, hehe.

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  27. spaulj67 says:

    The manipulation of currency in order to gain a trade advantage will continue until the flow of physical gold at floating values is used to balance trade flows. Just like it did for five hundred years right up to the post WW1 central banking era we are now in. Until then, the claims on wealth will continue to grow to ever higher orders of magnitude greater than the real wealth available until it all collapses. The greatest wealth transfer in human history is coming soon where paper will burn and real wealth will be revealed. When? The world must double it’s debt every eight years or go into default as the interest on the debt doesn’t exist when the loan is made. Their simple isn’t enough unencumbered assets to continue this much longer. As debt defaults currency is destroyed along with the claims on wealth it represented in the minds of its owners. Only those holding tangible physical wealth will make it into the next monetary system. Don’t try to time this event, when it arrives it will already be too late.

    Liked by 1 person

  28. US says:

    I sleep better too. Thank you God for giving US Donald Trump.

    Liked by 4 people

  29. wolfmoon1776 says:

    I decided that, for safety’s sake, somebody needed to label Trump’s “petting zoo”. 😉

    Liked by 9 people

  30. President Trump recruits brilliantly:

    Leaders with proven capability that’s reflected in decades of unparalleled success

    Leaders who magnetically attract the very best talent committed to MAGA

    Leaders who enjoy the multiplier of teamwork and never need to take credit

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  31. Sundance’s photo lineup PERFECT!!! We who have followed Donald Trump the candidate during the primaries know exactly what “THE KILLERS” means!! O but they look so cute and furry LOL!

    ❤ Steve Mnuchin ❤ Wilburine Ross ❤

    Donald Trump said many times on the campaign trail:

    "You know, I have Carl Icahn ready. Killer. Killer. I have other people ready. I have people that are so nasty, so mean, so horrible, nobody in Iowa will wanna have dinner with them. It’s true. They’re horrible human beings. I admit it. They’re Wall Street killers. Most of them. A couple of them are nice, like about 2%. But they’re the greatest negotiators in the world. I know the best. I know the best, I know guys that are overrated. I know guys that are really good, I know people that you’ve never heard of that are better than all of them. We’re gonna use our best."

    #Winning

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    • Ichan’s $150 million Congressional PAC will be coming into play soon.

      Liked by 2 people

    • wolfmoon1776 says:

      OMG – this is a WONDERFUL quote!

      This is what is so cool about Trump – why his tweets always “age well”. He tells truth at times when his friends dare to believe it but his enemies call BS. The later verification creates POWERFUL “confirmation bias” that – cunningly – mirrors the truth. This creates “prediction bias”, where we believe that Trump (“Time Traveler Trump”) has predictive powers, when in fact what he’s doing is creating trust in our own logic over media disinformation. It’s the mechanism of “viral Trumpism”.

      OMG – too much winning. Just too much. This should not be happening. Time Traveler Trump. It’s the only explanation.

      😉

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  32. NJF says:

    So far there are many examples of the Exec team that are all winning.
    This one; he’s also given several good interviews.

    T-Rex, Wilbur, Betsy, Mulvaney, Spicer all of them so far solid.

    MAGA Baby!

    Liked by 2 people

  33. 3x1 says:

    How wonderful to have COMPETENT, professional, secure people running things after years (decades?) of apologetic stumblebums.

    Look who was representing the US on the world stage, beyond the Kenyan: Kerry, Clinton, Albright, Power, Rice, idiot after idiot after idiot. People who would get played at three card monte on a NY sidewalk.

    Now, suddenly, we have the best of the world’s business and financial professionals doing what they do best. Running things with no BS and a relentless eye on the end game. Amateur years are over! Hallelujah!!!

    Liked by 2 people

  34. SharonKinDC says:

    Also, Trump clearly has confidence in these men to not only execute the Trump plan, but to do so in an astoundingly capable manner… Meanwhile, Barky had a cabinet just as weak and crooked as he is, and none had the intellectual and ethical heft of Trump’s choices… For those who moan that Trump ‘isn’t doing foreign policy’ I say, “BS”. He is, via his well-selected emissaries.

    He jumps in when he feels the need to add a bit of emphasis, such as the China tweet. (He KNOWS the MSM will try to spin BS, so in <140 characters, he summed up the big issue: China needs to corral their 'little maniac' puppet.) Meanwhile, Tillerson tells the sole journo on the plane not to expect him [Rex T] to be running to the MSM to deliver messages. He deals w/ the parties directly, gets it done…and the MSM [may] be informed after the fact…and even went so far to imply to the careful reader that some details would not necessarily ever be known, b/c it's sometimes better to let those foreigners on the other side of the table make the deal w/o creating opportunities for MSM stories to make it more difficult for them to cut/honor a deal.

    After listening to the Mnuchin Q & A, I realized even the economic/financial press is stupid just like the political press. More globalist shills who can't think for themselves. Ugh.

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  35. citizen817 says:

    And who would be better to take on the true and just agenda of Trump than Mnuchin?
    Media has no clue. Most people haven’t a clue.
    Trump (Robin Hood) and his smart band of merrymen are taking on and shaking up the globalist swarm that infests the planet!

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  36. citizen817 says:

    And who would be better to take on the true and just agenda of Trump than Mnuchin?
    Media has no clue. Most people haven’t a clue.
    Trump (Robin Hood) and his smart band of merrymen are taking on and shaking up the globalist swarm that infests the planet!

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  37. Lburg says:

    President Trump and his team know the value of MBWA…..Management by Walking Around. Sitting behind a desk doesn’t create the relationships necessary for success and doesn’t find out about potential roadblocks.

    These guys are all about git-‘er-done.

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