T-Rex Arrives In Italy for G-7 Advance Meeting of Foreign Ministers…

Serious business for T-Rex. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson allows his shoes to gather no dust.  After meeting in DC with Egypt’s President Fattah al-Sisi then Jordan’s King Abdullah II, and a two day Florida summit with President Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping where he diplomatically navigated through bombing the sh!t out of an airbase in Syria and explained the bosses approach to N-Korea, T-Rex deplanes in Pisa Italy

(Reuters) Foreign ministers from the Group of Seven major industrialized nations meet on Monday for an annual gathering, with Europe and Japan seeking clarity from the United States on an array of issues, especially Syria.

The two-day summit in Tuscany comes as the United States moves a Navy strike group near the Korean peninsular amid concerns over North Korea’s nuclear ambitions, and as the West’s relations with Russia struggle to overcome years of mistrust.

But the civil war in Syria is likely to dominate talks, with Italy hoping for a final communique that will reinforce United Nations’ efforts to end six years of conflict.

The meeting will give Italy, Germany, France, Britain, Canada and Japan their first chance to grill the new U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson on whether Washington is now committed to overthrowing Syrian President Bashar al Assad.  (read more)

“Make me a sandwich. Oh, and which way to the showers?”…

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“Killers folks. Killers… What can I say… Believe me!”

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124 Responses to T-Rex Arrives In Italy for G-7 Advance Meeting of Foreign Ministers…

  1. Pisa….. Hmmm, tough local.. 🙂

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  2. Southern Son says:

    It’s a Complicated Business folks.
    Complicated Business.

    Liked by 13 people

  3. Anne says:

    T-Rex will be the absolute star of that meeting.

    Liked by 14 people

    • wolfmoon1776 says:

      I agree. The thing is, Tillerson is kind of soothing to listen to, and very self-assured. He can’t be pushed around, but he doesn’t go snipping at every little thing, either. So he’s not really scary, but he is impressive. He has gravitas, yet he’s not a normal “modern” diplomat.

      So yeah – he will be the star for sure!

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      • Gil says:

        He has the ability to give you ” the look”. The “did you hear what your mom just said or do i need to take care of this” look. And then the disarming charm. With the brains to back it up.

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        • wolfmoon1776 says:

          Yup. Pretty cool.

          Liked by 3 people

          • piper567 says:

            I’ve long thought Tillerson is as close to a peer for TRUMP as Trump has…it must be a really nice thing for both men.
            I believe that both men are the Real Deal.
            Haven’t had many of those around in my lifetime, and I just passed the 70 yr mark.

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            • wolfmoon1776 says:

              Bet you’re right about that. I’ll bet that Trump looked over those State Department picks and realized that Tillerson was a peer – somebody where they could predict each other’s behavior and play a very tight ballgame. There may have been a temptation to go with a standard pol or diplomat, but I think T.Rex was a great choice. Sometimes you just have to trust your gut when a non-standard opportunity looks awesome.

              And YES – real deal!!!

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        • Disgusted says:

          Can’t even imagine T REX bringing James Taylor or a plastic red button from Staples along as a gag, can ya? We are now BIG LEAGUE!

          Liked by 11 people

          • wolfmoon1776 says:

            OMG – that’s it! That’s it!!! Tillerson would NEVER do that goofy, ridiculous stuff.

            But – WARNING to the T. Rex Paddock in Trump Park – the evil MEDIA will try to encourage that stuff. They are INSIDIOUS and RELENTLESS.

            One more warning that way.

            In multiple press appearances where people in this administration have been questioned after the Syrian strikes, I have noticed a disturbing pattern that is easy to write off as typical, but I think it’s significant. They are ALL asking the same types of probing psychological questions about Trump’s reaction to THE CHILDREN.

            Was it the photos? Was it when he saw the photographs? WHICH photographs? What did he say when he saw the photographs? Etc., etc.

            They are EXTREMELY interested in what it was that made Trump act “properly”.

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            • Maquis says:

              They have plenty of the “right” photos to try to tweak his decisions, once they manage to uncover the secret formula.

              Ghouls

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            • Jenny R. says:

              They see this as a way to divide Trump’s base. Look, look, Trump got played by the Deep State! Assad is innocent I tell’s ya! He’s a neocon warmonger in disguise….

              If Trump had done nothing, then it would have been: Look, look, Trump doesn’t care about poor, innocent children’s deaths! Hateful white supremacist and islamophobe.

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            • Benson II says:

              Typical media. It’s never about strategy, gravitas or long term goals…….it’s all about feelings. They should play the song “Feelings” in the back ground every time one of these reporters gets up to ask a question.

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        • vidlbis says:

          I can’t WP “like” this more than the one, so I have to reply.

          Like, Like, Like.

          OK, I’m done.

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      • Alison says:

        Wolfmoon, I enjoy listening to Tillerson’s soothing Texas cadence. Not to mention his genteel steel confidence and unruffled demeanor. And his concise messages; homage to his President without sounding obsequious.

        I could go on 😊🐸

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      • mikeyboo says:

        Your analysis is right on the nosey!

        Liked by 1 person

    • M.A. says:

      T-Rex is just the kewlist. I love him and Dr. Carson–outsiders who are already making a difference. MAGA!!

      Liked by 1 person

  4. Joe Knuckles says:

    There was an ad for a Muslim singles site at the top of this page. Are you kidding me?

    Liked by 4 people

  5. citizen817 says:

    World Class Businessman.
    Exactly what we need to get the U.S. on track to prosperity once again!

    Liked by 2 people

  6. H.R. says:

    America is fortunate to have a man like T-Rex to explain the current U.S. position on Syria and other issues.

    Secretary Tillerson will be as clear as he was on the Sunday shows. I don’t think most of the world leaders will have to second guess the U.S. while President Trump is in office.

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  7. Landslide says:

    Thank you, Secretary Tillerson, for representing us. You make us proud. May God’s favor be upon you.

    Liked by 15 people

  8. gfgustav says:

    “The meeting will give Italy, Germany, France, Britain, Canada and Japan their first chance to grill the new U.S. Secretary of State…”

    The world is so desperate for leadership that even Reuters, probably inadvertently, acknowledges it. What a contrast. MAGA

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  9. fleporeblog says:

    Amazing that the Europeans are confused by D.C. There is absolutely no confusion in my book. TRex said on both Sunday shows that are #1 priority is to defeat ISIS. Our #2 priority is to stabilize portions of Syria near Raqqa to establish safe zones for local governance to return back. This will also allow Syrian refugees to start returning home and rebuilding their country. The most important point that flies in the face of McCain, Graham, Rubio and the rest of the neocons and Europeans is to allow the Syrian people to decide who should lead them. If that is to be Assad than that is that.

    We will not do what the globalist want which is for us to force regime change and possibly WWIII. The Europeans want to destroy Russia with the pipeline Saudi Arabia and Quatar would like to have run through Syria so that the can take over Russia’s business of providing fuel to Europe.

    If President el-Sissi wants General Khalifa Haftar to rule Libya, than I and hopefully President Trump would agree even though Europe doesn’t want him. From the article:

    The Trump administration has not yet defined a clear policy and Rome fears Washington may fall into step with Egypt, which supports general Khalifa Haftar, who operates in eastern Libya.

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  10. A2 says:

    I read some of the articles leading up to this G7 foreign ministers meeting and Sec Tillerson will now turn all that agenda speculation on its head. Big game changer. They will get down to serious geopolitical and security issues, not climate change and what colour the drapes should be.

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    • Sunshine says:

      Canada’s Foreign Minister is a short female, with no experience, a hard feminist who is used to crying to get her way.
      The only contribution Canada will offer will be peacekeepers, of which quite a few are of the LGBT and fluid gender classification. I just don’t see them patrolling the Mid-East without attracting problems.

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      • A2 says:

        Well, Sunshine, they will direct her to the Drapery meeting and the unisex toilets. She will just have to figure out what meeting she wants to attend.

        Liked by 1 person

      • piper567 says:

        don’t mean to sound cruel, but “fluid gender classifications” don’t seem to fare so well in the ME.

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      • sadsack says:

        Trudeau did not choose his cabinet based on their knowledge, experience or skill set. Instead he choose them based on sex and ethnic background.
        We have another 2 years of the social justice nut and even then I don’t think we will be rid of him. He only has to win Ontario and Quebec and he will be reelected.
        I am afraid for the future of our country.

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  11. TrueNorthSeeker says:

    But, but…what about climate change? Wont they be discussing the biggest threat to humanity? /sarc/

    Liked by 5 people

  12. Joan says:

    I absolutely love the man. President Trump made a fantastic choice and he makes Kerry and Clinton look like the twerps they are.

    Liked by 10 people

  13. deplorabledooku says:

    What irritates me is that it’s likely that the Europeans have been prejudiced by CNN’s Deep State propaganda as I understand it is the go-to American news network.

    Liked by 1 person

    • The CNN-duped EU will make things that much more amusing.

      Liked by 3 people

    • A2 says:

      Yes, CNN and others are very culpable of distortion when it comes to accurate reporting of the American polity.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Summer says:

      Eurocommies are born prejudiced against America. They hardly need CNN propaganda. Their own MSM is worse than CNN. Can you imagine the Senate voting to impose a ban on, say, French President? Or Chinese President? The Britts tried to ban the President of the USA. But open doors to millions of Muslims who rape their women and behead their men. Can’t get nuttier than that.

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  14. NewNonna!! says:

    This man presents clear, confident info. I doubt the other countries’ foreign ministers will leave the meeting confused in what American views are on the issues that will be discussed. Or shaking their heads wishing our prior administration was still in the WH.

    God speed, Secretary T-Rex.

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  15. tigsmom says:

    I was sure Secretary Tillerson was 7″ tall.

    Liked by 1 person

  16. jojo says:

    I’m thinking with T-Rex in the lead, oil & gas drilling going full blast we’ll be exporting to Britain and parts of Europe. Works for me. Love having a PRO at work in the State Dept.

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  17. I’ll bet that the de”press” pool is actually relieved they don’t have to follow this man around at his pace.

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  18. The Boss says:

    I know it’s late…but T-Rex and his greeting party are doing left-handed hand shakes. Are they all Boy Scouts? Is the film reversed? Am I going nuts?

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  19. NJF says:

    Can’t wait to hear his remarks. And the fact that T-Rex is so smooth is an added bonus. ☺

    Liked by 3 people

  20. SharonKinDC says:

    Posted as a reply upthread but think it worthy of reposting as a stand alone comment: The Reuters article you [Sundance] excerpted went on to share some of the Euroweenies upset w/ Egypt’s El Sisi backing Kalifa Haftar over their GNC council choice. Granted it’s wiki, but it seems clear to me that Haftar is the good guy and the GNC backs Islamists! If this wiki is accurate, it really calls into question WTH the Euros are doing.

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

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  21. Seriously amazed at the work ethic of the Trump administration! Have you ever seen a group of people work so hard in government before? What a total contrast from the golfer-in-chief and his group of minions…

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  22. I love T-Rex. Always thought he was the right man for the job. And he’s demontatrating to me that he, indeed, is the man. Poor guy, it’s been reported that he was looking forward to his retirement to be spent on his quarter horse ranch with his wife, ahis grandchildren, and his horses. But then came the call from President-elect Trump. Also reported, his wife said it was his call to duty (or something like that). T-Rex, being the good Boy Scout that he is, took that call and accepted it. In other words, he sacrificed his own personal goals – ah, the Ranch will have to wait – for the good of our country. And now we are seeing the calm, precise, measured wisdom of this successful man in our public sector. Another win for Trump and T-Rex.

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    • MaineCoon says:

      Paraphrasing, she also said that he had been trained for this job all his life. They make a wonderful couple. His sacrifice to serve is such a sacrifice for her too.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Benson II says:

      Men like T-Rex are not good at retirement. What hobby could possibly satisfy this type of person. I’d say he’d be bored out of his mind after a week. That doesn’t mean he and his family haven’t made a sacrifice to take this job but mental stimulation is what these guys thrive on. Without important real problems to solve they stagnate.

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      • flova says:

        Yes,I agree..

        My daughter ,when she was a teenager , worked at a little coffee shop in the mall. An elderly man would come in every morning and chat. He was a former CEO of a pretty large and successful company here on the East Coast. He always seemed “bored and sad,” my daughter said.

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  23. yakmaster2 says:

    A person either has the intellect and PERSONALITY to be a great statesman or they do not. Rex Tillerson clearly has both. The right man has answered his country’s call this time!

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  24. hellinahandbasket says:

    Do you think the tarmac conversation went something like this:
    Italy: “Ah …nice to see someone walking-off that plane, other than that obnoxious old-hag they kept sending us, or that weirdo-guy with the horse-face”
    T-Rex: Hahahahaha …yeah, they’re in hiding somewhere – we think they’re hiding in places outside the USofA, might be hiding in this country – you better have a look around!”
    Italy: “Hahahahaha ….good one Rex, welcome to Italy!”

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  25. Bendix says:

    A great many Americans, of all political persuasions, are anxious and dismayed over recent events in the Middle East. Not so unusual, except that avid Trump supporters are worried that their guy may be going the wrong way on this.
    I’d like to mention that Rex Tillerson is a lot more intelligent than Hillary Clinton, and also has the advantage of not being a politician. He’s equal to a challenging situation.
    Yes, I too wish we could get the heck out of that part of the world and stay out, but is it really in our best interests, long term, to walk away from the giant mess others have created?
    This bombing could be intended as, is, a show that if and when we do depart, it will be because we choose to do so, knowing the interests of not the US, but Western civilization are being protected.
    Once again – Rex smart. Hillary not as smart as she thinks she is. Come to think of it, Donald Trump is turning out to be way smarter than people thought, even me, and I’ve been a Trump supporter since around 2010.

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  26. tonyE says:

    I don’t see any press getting out of that plane….

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