President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi Discusses His Optimism for President Trump’s Freedom Alliance…

Fox News Brett Baier had a lengthy interview with Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi earlier today which was partially broadcast on Fox.  Within the interview al-Sisi spoke about his perspective of President Donald Trump and the optimistic outlook he holds toward the new relationship which has emerged after their meetings.

[…] “I fully trust the capabilities of President Trump … he can succeed in so many fields that others cannot.  I trust him wholeheartedly.”…

President al-Sisi delivered a message of strong appreciation toward President Trump and allowed his presentation to express an exceptionally optimistic outlook.  The road map for the Freedom Alliance is looking good; believe me.  Bigly good.  Very Bigly.

It’s a great interview.  (Sorry about the sketchy format of the video, it’s Fox’s upload):

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Brett Baier:  Your assessment of President Trump?

al-Sisi: “I first saw the campaign of his excellency President Trump, and I listened to his speech of the neccessity of facing and confronting terrorism all over the world; that he is a great personality and a unique individual, and that he will find great success.”

“I fully trust the capabilities of President Trump, and I have full conviction that he can do things, exert efforts, that very few people can do.  And he can succeed in so many fields that others cannot.  I trust him wholeheartedly.  And again, I congratulate you for having him.”

Baier: I know you were one of the first to call and congratulate him, if not the first; what is your relationship like between you two?

al-Sisi: “I followed all his announcements through his campaign, he has a very unique personality and administration, and now I’m speaking with full confidence of unprecedented success for him.  He is seeking the interests of the United States and the American people in a very clear manner, and a very direct manner. And a very strong manner as well.”

“His true will is a very strong will to counter terrorism and extremism in the world; and that is a very strong commitment from his excellency the president, and in addition I am very supportive with full force in facing this terrorism.”

Baier:  Did President Trump talk about aid to Egypt?

al-Sisi:  “All I can say in this regard is that his excellency the President promised to support Egypt, with very strong support. And I trust his promise.”

Baier: You expressed concerns with President Obama. Obviously President Trump is establishing a different relationship with Egypt, can you talk about that difference?

al-Sisi:  “That is true, this is true.  There is a true understanding to the realities in the region, and there is a seriousness and responsible actions in facing extremism and terrorism in the region, and that’s a wonderful thing indeed.  There is nothing better than to counter evil.

Baier:  So it’s very different?

al-Sisi: Yes !

Baier: I get the English “Yes” for that?

al-Sisi: YES !  (Laughing)

There’s much more…

 

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148 Responses to President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi Discusses His Optimism for President Trump’s Freedom Alliance…

  1. Bull Durham says:

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    • CheshireCat says:

      “AGAIN, TO OUR VERY FOOLISH LEADER, DO NOT ATTACK SYRIA – IF YOU DO MANY VERY BAD THINGS WILL HAPPEN & FROM THAT FIGHT THE U.S. GETS NOTHING!”

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    • Trumped says:

      B.S. Trump has no intention to attack Assad.

      The US is already taking Base in Syria through the kurds creating leverage for a syrian yalta conference.

      Assad is Putins little puppet. The islamic Rebels will lose anyway and russia will stay in Assad country for decades to come.

      The US has no possibility to engage vs. Assad per military intervention.

      This is totaly overblown histeria.

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      • CheshireCat says:

        As long as it isn’t totally overblown hysteria, we should be OK.

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      • annieoakley says:

        I agree.

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        • annieoakley says:

          I agree with Trumped.

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          • A2 says:

            So do I. It seems we need a fact clean-up on aisle 5.

            Firstly, there were two bomb attacks, the so-called warehouse and a few hours after a hospital.

            Assad said it wasn’t us that dropped the Sarin. The Russian foreign minister said it wasn’t us as we had no planes flying in the area. Then the fun bit. The Russian minister said that the Syrian government bombing hit a secret toxic gas dump and that’s how the gas escaped. This was a weak-tea cya for Assad as the Russians certainly know that bombing Sarin destroys it, doesn’t spread it. The reports on the ground say it was dropped by the plane, that needs to be confirmed.

            Chemical weapons experts are being deployed as I type. Somebody committed this heinous act and the truth will out. I suspect that the Russians read Assad the riot act.

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            • cozette says:

              It was not Sarin gas. The post red line gas attack was done by us IE the CIA to force Obama into invading Syria. Assad is a doctor raised in London. He had zero reason for an attack on his people just when there is a chance of peace and his retention of power but the CIA neocons did have a motive and a history of using this gambit in the past. Trump knows this if we do. Remember he talked with Tulsa Hubbard when she returned from Syria and after talking with Assad.

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              • A2 says:

                Nonsense until proven. Some have speculated is was chlorine gas that wasn’t banned in the aftermath of the Ghouta attack as it is used for industrial purposes. The medical personnel say the symptoms of the victims are consistent with Sarin or an admixture, but definitely nerve gas. In the aftermath of Ghouta and the clean-up there was evidence that not all the supplies of nerve gas were accounted for. Unless you were there and a medical doctor or weapons chemical expert, you are pissing in the wind.

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                • The fact that the first response was to wash down the victims indicates the victims were sprayed with a substance that acts through skin contact. A pesticide for instance. An inhaled substance would be treated with ventilatory support.

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            • bolshevict says:

              I don’t believe it was necessarily Assad. There were reports that Assad crossed Obama’s “Red Line” several years ago, then some evidence suggested it was done by rebels to get us to help them….

              Honestly, I don’t care if a bunch of Arab Muslims gas the hell out of each other.
              We need to remember Obama’s strategy—support rebels fighting ME “strongmen”, call them freedom fighters, then watch them turn into the Taliban….

              Leave the M.E. strongmen where they are. Its BETTER for us to have secular despots who control their individual fiefdoms to stop radicalism.
              I don’t care if they gas their own countrymen. Arabs get the political leadership they deserve, just like everyone else.

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      • KitKat says:

        Assad has a good relationship with al SiSi as well, I read some articles today about that.

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    • What people need to remember is that 2013 Trump is the same person as 2017 Trump except that 2017 Trump is President! I know one of the things people have always said about Trump (and something visibly noticeable) is that he is a very consistent person and always the same no matter what. He had VERY strong opinions back then as a private citizen and I’d be willing to bet he still has those same opinions now as President. Also, you don’t make it to the top of the New York real estate world by simply following others around you (in this case neocons and globalists). Anyways, just my two-cents. 🙂

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  2. luckybamboo says:

    Brilliant.

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    • WSB says:

      They need help, and Egypt never seems to have the expertise or the money to pay for it. I have been to Abu Simbel, and it will be as difficult as the Gardens of Babylon in the desert.

      Maybe this is what President Trump has offered support for. I am all for it.

      If the US would create a competition for US engineering companies to be paid a stipend, supported by both countries to assist, that would be a great way of helping, rather than throwing money at it. There may be even better ways of farming, like vertical LED climate controlled farming. So a lot of alternatives.

      We need to pay and employ our Americans to gain employment while putting good will and expertise to work with our allies. No more traditional Foreign Aid. Foreign Assist.

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      • Kaiser Roll says:

        https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Qattara_Depression_Project

        This one is even more crazy. But I believe that things like the New Valley will be needed to contain the massive population growth.

        https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Red_Sea%E2%80%93Dead_Sea_Water_Conveyance

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        • WSB says:

          Here is an aerial map of Egypt, so you can see what is fertile, and you can see the rest of the sand box. Desalination and irrigation will be the issue unless extreme innovation can be implemented.

          Also remember, this is how Americans found oil in Saudi Arabia…engineers looking for water at the invitation of the royal family! Many possibilities to trade good will.

          Al-Sisi knows he needs help to stabilize and create a middle class in his country.

          I think we will become great friends with Egypt again.

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          • A2 says:

            Desalination on a massive and cheaper scale using graphene is now possible due to breakthroughs by the University of Manchester . The ME and those dry bits of the earth should be dancing in the streets.
            http://www.sciencealert.com/scientists-create-a-graphene-based-sieve-that-turns-seawater-into-drinking-water

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            • WSB says:

              Graphene could be the next wonder material. It has been around for awhile but is coming into its realm. It could certainly assist Lake Nasser.

              The map above only shows north of the lake, and the lake is massive with no irrigation of course, but it could be as green as the northern area of Cairo and Alexandria, given the chance.

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            • lady4trump says:

              Israel has new technologies to extract every drop of moisture from a drop of rain! I know Israel has offered to help their Arab neighbors in changing all that desert into fertile growing fields. I like al-Sisi and hope our countries will get along well. We have in common a love of President Trump!

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              • rashamon says:

                I, too, was going to add that about Israel. They have multiple projects which had been tested here in the U.S. that have overcome the saline issue and the recycling of water. Ages ago, I remember they turned over land to the Palestinians with massive greenhouses and horizontal gardens for smaller spaces. My Palestinian friends were going over to the area visiting family, so I asked them to see how the projects were going. The inhabitants (the Muslim Brotherhood) had stolen all the copper pipes, broken the glass, taken the metal metal frames and otherwise torn apart those very productive works.

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      • MaineCoon says:

        Good ideas. Our builder President would probably consider it a fun little side project to assist his new friend.

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        • Kaiser Roll says:

          Funding is easily available if the military aid were to be redirected. Egypt, Israel and Jordan receive around 5 billion a year. These projects, and increased trade, would increase their GDP enough to never need US aid again. That is a down payment on at least one of the three projects. The Qattara is the hardest, and may not be technologically feasible yet.

          Teach a man to fish, and so on.

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          • WSB says:

            And the Egyptians are wonderful innovators and workers. They just need stability without the Muslim Brotherhood and Morsi ruining their tourism dollar. If they can stabilize that, maybe other industries will be interested.

            No more jets being shot out of the sky.

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          • MaineCoon says:

            “Teach a man to fish, and so on.”

            I really think President Trump will help. In the interview when asked about financials support, President al-Sisi said President trump promised support, but he didn’t say it was money. That support could be in many ways, including money.

            This would be a wonderful project. Thanks for posting the information.

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      • ginaswo says:

        My lifetime dream is to see Abu Simbel 🤗

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        • WSB says:

          I hope you do!

          I was with a group of twelve students and two instructors, facing a sandstorm inside an old jet with straphangers in the aisles, no less!

          The temple was moved for the dam, so tons of precious forms were reconstructed. The weirdest part of the visit is going behind the mass to see the interior back room…like being inside the Hoover dam!

          After spending weeks in original archeological sites, it was suddenly like being in Disney world at Magic Mountain with the lights on!

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  3. litlbit2 says:

    I think he said obama was like Pinocchio! Lmao!

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  4. justfactsplz says:

    I bet Bret was just about to have a splodey head. al-Sisi very much expresses the different relationship he has with President Trump than he had with Stompy Feet. I have great hope in these new alliances that are being formed. If President Trump stays with these campaign promises the sky is the limit for his successful presidency. He just needs to look out for advisors and cabinet members that would push him too center left.

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  5. luke says:

    Fellow Treepers, I’m sure the thought of Syrian chemical attack possibly being done by the rebels has crossed Trump’s mind. It doesn’t make any sense for Assad to do it one would think. That being said, maybe Assad did do it. I trust Trump to do the right thing.

    Look at the people and organizations Trump overcame to become President. The list is like a social media feed it just keeps getting longer. There is a lot about the recent events in the Mid East that are confusing. Whatever happens I know he’ll do what he thinks is in the best interests of America. That much I am sure of.

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    • auscitizenmom says:

      There is one thing that makes me question Assad being the one who did this – McCain. He wants us to attack Syria.

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      • Kaiser Roll says:

        McCain wants war with Russia, he has no loyalty to this country. McCain’s loyalty is to the NWO.

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      • A2 says:

        Then stop listening to McCain. He has been playing that war tape on a continuous loop for decades. Somebody did it and we shall all know soon enough.

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        • Kaiser Roll says:

          Many Americans still think McCain is a “war hero”.

          That is an utter lie.

          McCain collaborated with his NVA captors in prison. Prior to capture, McCain was known as a bad pilot who crashed many planes. After return to the US, McCain was a drug addict that was a notorious adulterer. McCain got away with this because his father and grandfather were Admirals.

          McCain’s second wife, heiress of a beer distribution monopoly, was a Vicodin addict.
          Once McCain became a Senator, he helped the Vietnamese dispose of the POWs they didn’t return.

          VADM Stockdale was the real hero of the Hanoi Hilton. But look what the establishment did to him.

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        • auscitizenmom says:

          Tell that to Pres. Trump and Congress.

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      • Orygun says:

        Assad has never been known to kill his own people and in an area where you have roaming bands of killers at large it would be very easy. When you see the atrocities carried out by the so called “moderates” it makes you realize that the dictators in those countries had a reason for being harda$$es.

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        • auscitizenmom says:

          Funny that it happened right after Pres. Trump said he was changing the U.S. plan to remove Assad. That is another reason I don’t believe Assad did it. It doesn’t make sense.

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    • Trumped says:

      I dont understand the histeria around here.
      Syrias situation is clear Cut. Putin owns Assad. The US is Allied with the kurds.
      Both fight islamists.
      No reason to side with Assad and no reason to attack Assad and russian troops in Syria.
      All about creating leverage for a post war Syria. The kurds will get some. The turks will get some and Assad will get Damascus + X.

      Its not like the Bushes or Obama was still in Charge or Mcain President ..Calm down folks.

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      • Kaiser Roll says:

        The neocons are promoting a lie that the first thing Assad will do after crushing ISIS, is to send his army across the Golan into Israel in the wake of Hezbollah nuking Tel Aviv.

        Syria has for all intents and purposes ceased to be hostile to Israel after getting whipped badly in the 1982 Bekka Valley war. If the US supports Assad, we can force Syria to sign a formal peace treaty with Israel. (Jordan and Egypt did this too, I’d rather bribe Syria than occupy it with ground troops.)

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        • Orygun says:

          The deep state just continues on with their plan no matter who is President. Nothing is more obvious than this game of “pin the tail on the donkey”. They will just keep blaming Assad until something sticks. Like the game they are playing with Trump.

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          • Kaiser Roll says:

            Many are unaware of it, but much of the alleged hostility in the Middle East is an NWO façade. Iran supposedly is dedicated to destroying Israel, but without Israeli tech support Iran would have been defeated by Saddam in 1981. Iran also says “death to America”, but openly fought alongside the US in Afghanistan in 2001.

            In 2003, Iran had a President Khatami that was planning to make peace with the US, but the NWO brought in warmongering Ahmadinejad to replace him. I would not be surprised if that was the same reason Ariel Sharon, who also wanted peace, was incapacitated with a stroke. (Sharon was morbidly obese, he was headed off the cliff soon enough, so there might be nothing dirty here)

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    • SeekerOfTruth says:

      My perspective on Syria involvement is pretty simple.
      What do each party want out of Syria?

      Trump – Wipe ISIS, Peace in region
      1) US under Trump wants first and foremost to remove ISIS. That is priority number one. And we are making more progress in that than under Obama.
      2) Number two is to establish peace in the region to stop the outflow of refugees and destruction of peaceful people.
      3) No long term commitment of political control. But keep a toe hold in Syria if possible.

      Putin – Wipe ISIS, peace in region, Control Assad.
      1) Same as Trump #1 – remove ISIS
      2) Mostly same also. Establish more peace in the region to minimize refugees flowing to Russia.
      3) Bigger difference here. Putin probably wants to maintain more direct control of Syria.

      Everything else is noise. And there is a lot of noise. Trump because he wants peace in the area has to publicly say the gas attacks are evil no matter who does them. He saying change in strategy? Words could just mean he wants to keep a toe hold in the region.

      Does he want to attack Assad knowing that Putin wants to control Assad as a puppet. NO. Trump just wants peace in the region and starting a war in Syria with Russia is not peace. Trump wants to work with Russia to wipe out ISIS first.

      But the MSM Russia-gate is so much in the press Trump cannot seem to publicly support Putin although as seen above they have similar objectives in several key areas and are already essentially QUIETLY working together to wipe out ISIS.

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  6. Grace Anne says:

    Miracles happening before our eyes!

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  7. Fe says:

    Oh to be inside Bret’s head to hear what he’s really saying….

    Love the Egyptian President, and the respect that he shows to our President and vice versa. What a relief! No more Obama political BS.

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    • MaineCoon says:

      Just think of all the foreign heads of state who have given PDJT rave reviews – Bibi, Abe, al Sisi, Abdullah, Australia’s leader….MSM has to just take it on the chin!

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  8. Niagara Frontier says:

    There’s not an American alive today who has ever known anything but violence and heartache coming from that part of the world. If these men can make a difference and change that, they deserve the opportunity.

    Those American politicians and American media, who are already working to sabotage these herculean efforts, must be exposed and destroyed.

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  9. Dekester says:

    The side story may be, at how pathetic and stunningly biased the MSM, # nevertrumpers and RINOS are.
    Good gracious. Business Leaders, Captains of industry, and the leaders of numerous very powerful countries, appear to get along swimmingly with your President.

    You folks have real winner in your White House.

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  10. fleporeblog says:

    I absolutely am so happy for President el-Sisi and the people of Egypt. They went from seeing us as the devil to now seeing as the key for peace in the ME. If our President ever decides to visit President el-Sisi in Egypt, he will be given the biggest hero welcome in the world. What a difference one year can make for the perception of our country for the Egyptians.

    Do you ever for a minute think that el-Sisi would ever use the term “Your Excellency” for Barry in Hawaii. The answer to that is hell NO. It must destroy the MB, the pro Morsi folks in the state department etc. That is the highest and I mean highest form of respect for President el-Sisi to call our Lion “Your Excellency”.

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  11. CheshireCat says:

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    • annieoakley says:

      I love Lt.Col. Allen West. He is always a straight shooter and not afraid to speak the truth. Speaking the truth has cost him and all of us as well.

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    • the5thranchhand says:

      Thank you for posting this video clip!. Colonel West is 1,000 percent right! Amazing how everyone else on the panel wanted to hem and haw like fools. Willingly ignorant to the max. Incredible.

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    • chicagodeplorable/ChicagoMom says:

      Thank you for this; I would have missed it! That is an awesome explanation of Islam from Col. West. I still don’t understand WHY he is not part of the Trump Administration.

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  12. Stringy theory says:

    Sundance, a very uplifting post and very encouraging. I am optimistic about the relationship between Egypt and the US under Trump’s leadership.

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  13. WeThePeople2016 says:

    So much respect and admiration there. You could see it on both of their faces and in their body language when they were together Monday. You can definitely hear it in the interview with Baier.

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  14. kittytrump84 says:

    I am so proud of our President. They said he did not have the knowledge or skills to be a diplomat. He’s out there killin’ it every single day. Love that guy!

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  15. Hey libnot, sounds like you a first rate never trumpet to me. Why not go visit left/right scoop.

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  16. Walt614 says:

    One could make the case that if the MSM had ANY real journalistic bona fides and covered what has commonly been revealed on the streets of Cairo by everyday Egyptians since at least Benghazi, Obama would have been severely wounded politically, and Hillary could NEVER have been put forth as Dem candidate.
    … this from muslims and THIS is their Leader.
    Both the US AND Egypt got Lucky with their respective change in leadership, though by dramatically different process.
    Uncommonly good and brave men, BOTH

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  17. Wow, I almost can’t contain my excitement right now!!! Seriously, to those still concerned about some of the recent events I urge you not to get so lost in the worries and skepticism of the unknown that you fail to enjoy what is unfolding right before our very eyes… it’s absolutely amazing! #MoreWinning 😀 😀 😀

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  18. trapper says:

    “Trust”

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  19. In AZ says:

    President Trump has done more since the Inauguration than any politician has done the last 8 years……or more.

    And President Trump is a H3 LL of a lot better than anyone on the “Republican ” ticket who ran for president……and think of what shape the country would be in if Corrupt Communist Hitlary KKKlinton had won…….with the cheating she did. She is the epitome of evil, along with her minions of Obama, Soros and all the others in her camp.

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    • lady4trump says:

      I still thank God nearly every day for President Trump rising to be our candidate, then beating Hillary! Hillary sent Jill Stein out to canvas the states Hillary expected to win by her cheating! When the cheating started to unfold, she had to call Stein off! Pray for DJT every day, would you?
      God provided us a self-funding billionaire to run for we the people, and its been a magnificent thing for me! The previous 8 years were very depressing. Now Barry’s hiding in Tahiti! Hiding behind Susan Rice’s skirts again, like the coward he is.

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  20. CheshireCat says:

    China’s pet pitbull, North Korea, is enough on President Trump’s foreign/military policy plate, with possible action needed, so he doesn’t need Syria too.

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    • davincisghostofscotland says:

      I agree – Little Fat Boy is about all Bush can handle…………..OH, wait!

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      • CheshireCat says:

        You must be of the John McCain school – the more wars, the better.

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        • davincisghostofscotland says:

          No, I’ve never subscribed to the “Songbird Cover My Ass With Someone Else’s Hat” theory of problem resolution, cupcake. If you think that NK is all the USA can handle, and only militarily, you may want to open your thought process a little and put the checkers board away. Trump is a few dimensions ahead of that; and so is China.

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  21. Rick says:

    al-Sisi didn’t mince words. He is a strong believer in President Trump. He sees things that we cannot see in the part of the World that we are really clueless because we do not live it day-to-day.
    A night and day comparison…..when asked about Trump vs. Odumbo. He views Trump as a true leader that can accomplish things that others could not….Odumbo, pretty much as a petulant, narcissist who had view of reality.

    This glowing summation of Trump will not be reported by the MSM. Funny how world leaders see Trump in a positive light and our own UNIPARTY (DEMS & REPUBLS) can’t get off their asses to give this man a hand to MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN.

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  22. Suite D says:

    Who’d a thunk a guy from New Yawk with a blob of blond hair would be the one to save the world? MAGA

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  23. trapper says:

    I expect China can be easily persuaded to dispose of Fat Boy Kim as a business condition to our relationship going forward. He has evolved from useful tool to obsolete albatross just getting in everyone’s way.

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    • A2 says:

      As I posted a few weeks ago, it seems a decision has been made by the Chinese leadership about NK. Now the deal making.

      Not commented on by the press is that NK sent out feelers that they want a one on one with President Trump. It is a replay of their previous strategy, we drop the nukes and you pay us to do so.

      I surmise it failed as they just dumped another missile in the drink.

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      • WSB says:

        NK always pounds it’s little fist….yawn. The Chinese just have to turn the lights off for two hours, take the little Kim out, and then turn the lights back on…Chuck Norris sitting at the desk!

        Hoorah!

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        • A2 says:

          I wish WSB, but it is as Pres Trump says, ‘ complicated’. I suspect it will be a slow, stepped response by the Chinese. Won’t happen until after the scheduled CPC congress. Xi needs his banner, ‘core of the CPC’ to be affirmed in order to be that forthright.

          In the meantime, selective pressure may be applied to curb the crazy Kim. You will begin to see more reports about dirty deeds perpetrated by the Norks on the China/NK border.

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  24. mcclainra says:

    Methinks that is definitely on POTUS’s agenda for meeting with Xi, and isn’t it great to see him tell reporters, et al, that he is NOT telling them his plans????

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  25. Gil says:

    Egyptians have gone from this:

    To this

    Not really, but THIS is what an Egyptian spring should be like… hopes for this as we look to china and tubby in N.K.

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  26. davincisghostofscotland says:

    Hey AD REM; I couldn’t have possibly crossed the line with that lost comment, could I?

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  27. Brant says:

    Thanks to this site, I am learning how to listen to POTUS and not just hear POTUS. Words mean things. I don’t think I ever really knew how much until recently. It is actually quite helpful to distract those who need to be distracted until the opportune time.

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  28. graphiclucidity says:

    Programming note for anybody interested.

    Our old friend Michelle “I’ve been thrown to the floor by Corey, and I can’t get up! Fields is going to be interview as a contributor on Hannity coming up soon in the last half hour.

    I’m preparing myself for a giggle fit.

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  29. A.D. Everard says:

    Oh wow. The Best of the Best. This is brilliant. 😀

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  30. MaineCoon says:

    President al-Sisi is a good man. High character. Humble. I am thankful my President had someone of his caliber be such an encouragement to him. He deserves it.

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  31. andi lee says:

    I love that President al-Sisi conveys rock solid confidence in our President Trump and in their relationship, recognizing a truly equal partnership.

    President al-Sisi: “…and I trust his promise”. That’s all I needed to hear.

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  32. davincisghostofscotland says:

    2nd try – short version!
    It’s been a hard learned lesson in my life that fear and consternation are basic human nature and extremely difficult to divest oneself of. I consider it one of my greatest fortunes to have stumbled upon this site when I did. The posters here can be enlightening, frustrating, uplifting, funny to no end, and yes, very rarely, infuriating to incomprehensible limits. But almost never with purposeful degradation or malicious intent. In other words; so truly and respectively American!

    So when I see the emotional tide of human nature overtake the posting on this site from time to time (as it should, and is to be expected), I have to smile just a little. 3D chess is not as evident or as easily recognized as so many wish it to be. Some times, it is easy to get caught up in the noise of the LSM et. al., and lose sight of the fact that the game is still being played by the Master. True 3D chess never ends until the Master so decides; it simply evolves to the next pre-planned strategy.

    I’ve watched in awe these last few days as true leaders of their people, hip deep in daily horrors that we as Americans can barely begin to comprehend, openly express their admiration and heartfelt faith in the leader of our great country. They have held the line against the tyrannic and evil forces aligned against their people and now feel vindicated in their struggle. Vindicated that the force of truth that bears the gifts of freedom and peace, once more resides in the heart of America and her chosen leader. They have chosen to place their faith well; and in good hands.

    I would ask that when faith is diminished, and human nature descends upon any of us, please take a step back, and then lean into demon wind with the faith and courage of our good and courageous re-found allies. Have a little faith in yourselves; in us; in America; in our greatest offering to the world – our strength and compassion through PDJT.

    MAGA (peace through strength isn’t a character flaw)

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    • JC says:

      Well-said, Davinci. While this astonishing week brings tough swamp news of evil ones, the spectacular paradigm shifts with many world leaders provide absolute proof that our President is the miracle for whom we’ve been praying for decades. Being able to have full trust and confidence in our President is a gift beyond measure. He is changing the world every single day, and we are behind him 100%. Praise God.

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    • I agree completely, and it was eloquently and beautifully stated. Thanks for posting it! 🙂

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  33. holymercenary says:

    God bless & protect His Excellency President Trump.

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  34. FH says:

    “His Excellency”. #Winning.

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  35. webgirlpdx says:

    Our Mantra should remain, as stated simply and eloquently by President al-Sisi:

    “I fully trust the capabilities of President Trump … he can succeed in so many fields that others cannot. I trust him wholeheartedly.”…

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