A Powerful Message – President Trump Delivers Remarks in Beijing’s Great Hall…

President Trump and President Xi delivered remarks to the international audience in The Great Hall in Beijing China, and suddenly the word “remarks” seems inappropriate.

President Xi Jinping delivered the customary speech, albeit with nuance specific to the guest and audience, with a carefully worded assembly familiar to almost anyone who has read speeches and messaging approved by Beijing. As customary within the cunning assembly of those words; the state media apparatus then tells the consuming audience what they mean. Or at least that’s the familiar pattern.

However, then came Trump…

President Trump followed President Xi’s remarks with a speech as deliberate and unambiguous as the internal audience would ever fathom hearing.  President Trump respectfully pulled no punches in his direct and emphatic style; stating that China needed to engage in, well, to use China’s familiar wording, “correct thinking” on a variety of issues – including trade and their necessary responsibility toward North Korea.

No-one else could pull this off, except Trump. Not that way. The best part is always the emphatic part at the end.  President Trump gives the look saying: well, that’s that then; that’s all I’ve got to say about that... smiles bigly, and the diplomatic opponent tries not to look smaller than they were ten minutes earlier. [key word, ‘tries‘] WATCH:

Pictures are indeed worth a thousand words…

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99 Responses to A Powerful Message – President Trump Delivers Remarks in Beijing’s Great Hall…

  1. sundance says:

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  2. peighton2 says:

    One of the Alpha Male characteristics, a very important one, is that he displays confidence and dominance. He leads others and is ahead of the game all the time. He doesn’t ask, he tells.

    An Alpha Male doesn’t care about what other people think and doesn’t need other’s approval. An Alpha Male takes care of the close people around him. He leads them in the right direction but at the same time listens to them to find out where they’re at and what moves them.

    He has confidence and is mature enough to know when to put his ego aside and knows that only insecure men need to protect their ego at the expense of learning and growing.

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    • Boomerguy says:

      …and look at the handshake in the photo above. Clearly, POTUS literally has the Upper Hand.

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    • czarowniczy says:

      That’s because he comes from a business background and is a businessman who’s actually had to produce a product in order to eat. We’re used to hearing professional politicians who have never had to produce anything but paperwork and their unproductive speech reflects their nonproductive lives. If we had fewer lawyers and ‘Political Science’ graduates and more businesspersons in Congress and State we’d have fewer problems around the world.

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    • RG says:

      Compare Trump to Mitch Mickey Connell today. What an embarrasing situation for the RINOs and liberals of this nation. Shameful. TRUMP is the king of MAGA.

      As for the FAKE story on Judge Roy Moore, if you believe anything that Mitch has to say about that, you are really in need of a psych exam. He pulled that same crap in MS back in 2013 and I will always remember just how low he can stoop when he isn’t getting his way. Think about it….the establishment RINOs would rather risk not having a majority than having Moore get elected. Those communists must have something very interesting for Mitch and his comrads…time will tell.

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  3. sundance says:

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  4. wheatietoo says:

    Xi wasn’t smiling after our President delivered his fearless ‘remarks’.
    But…our President was.

    I will reserve my amusement about this until our President is away from there and safely back home.

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    • wolfmoon1776 says:

      I think it was a mixed bag for Xi, but I sense that Trump’s wrap-up made up for the “gentle bluntness” of some of the other things he said. The closer line about Xi’s “specialness”, which echoed earlier statements, was a big deal, IMO.

      Xi can be very happy for what Trump offered him – the outward perception of “China as a legitimate big-boy-pants superpower [with responsibilities – the Trump deal part]”.

      Xi’s speech was clearly to the home front, but Xi took full advantage of the opportunity to show China and the US on equal footing while allowing the ambiguity of certain things to “look good both ways”.

      Add to that Trump basically loading up the beginning of his speech with stuff that reinforces Xi’s legitimacy, congratulating him on the outcome of the party congress, but more than that, emphasizing that he’s a popular leader as well.

      Overall, I thought these were good speeches. And Trump showed – he is not backing down on stuff. Love his “trumptentional” flub of “fentanol” – LOL! What a master!

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      • fleporeblog says:

        Did you notice at the tale end of the video our President pulling his hand shack away rather quickly and a look of disdain when he walked away?

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        • wolfmoon1776 says:

          I didn’t think so. To me it all looked very businesslike and “serious”. Too much hand-shaking would look “fake” to me. I got the impression he was trying to say “100% true”.

          What it seemed like to me is that President Trump did NOT send a message of “happy happy joy joy fake fake” that all prior Presidents have done. Trump wanted to say “I mean every word of what I just said.” That would include RESPECT for China and Xi, as well as serious differences on some things, holding China to any promises, TOTAL Trump Doctrine as Sundance has outlined, AND every word about North Korea.

          This was core Trump, IMO – UNWAVERING from everything said before he arrived.

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          • fleporeblog says:

            thank you for that thorough analysis! I have changed my opinion based on it.

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            • wolfmoon1776 says:

              Thanks! I see this as a classic Trump deal. He knows what China and Xi really want, and he offers the real thing in response. Trump is crafty without craftiness – the master deal-maker who can tempt people into win-wins that he sees. But if you try to “out-craft” him, he can bring the crafty to bring you back, wishing you had taken the first deal, so best to play along!

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  5. POP says:

    It’s accurate to say the Chinese have never been talked to so directly to their faces in their modern history.
    PTrump has briefed China on what he expects.
    This speech will have the Chinese elites spinning.
    PTrump is the first US President to understand that he doesn’t ‘have’ to stroke China.
    Why, is for another time.

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    • KittyKat says:

      Methinks his respectful but “doesn’t ‘have’ to stroke” approach was established privately, before we heard it publically.

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    • Esperanza says:

      It just came to me. Up till now, they’ve always been lectured on human rights, trannie rights lol, which they could not care less about, and which had zero influence while being allowed to do exactly what they wanted on anything that mattered to us and actively harmed OUR civil rights. This is the opposite, no discussion of their internal affairs, but lots on the money shots. Trade NK theft. Interesting T thinks ChiComs have something to do with drugs and Afghanistan. I didn’t know that.

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      • Jenny R. says:

        Fentenyl is being produced in China, but China has its own growing drug problems in the form of drugs coming from NK, mostly meth, and heroin coming in from SE Asia (some from Astan as well).
        They have something to do with the drug trade, but their people are also victims of it, and I would think the Chinese, given their history, are a bit sensitive about it.

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        • Carrie2 says:

          Jenny, they faced this same problem of drug addiction to which they seem easy to suffer when the British came there and got them started. Don’t worry, China will take care of the problem this time and it won’t be pretty. Those on drugs will have a hard life in so many ways. Using drugs is seen as disrespecting China and the Chinese. Bet we’ll hear sometime later on what they do. Unfortunately, we are not yet strong enough altho Trump has started the fight to overcome stupid people willing to lose their minds and souls to any drug, whether cannabis which reduced the IQ, or the more dangerous ones. Have faith in God and our president.

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    • czarowniczy says:

      Chinese are nothing if not patient. They saw this week’s election here and they’ll wait until 2018 and 2020 to see how those elections do. China’s holding a lot of cards and has the advantage of being a virtual dictatorship with a stable government while we radically change course every few years and tack all over the place in between.

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      • BobBoxBody says:

        Trump isn’t going to give them 1-3 years to “see what happens”. If they don’t comply quickly he’ll put the screws to them quickly, and BIGLY. China is a paper tiger, they aren’t as powerful as they make themselves out to be. There’s a reason they rolled out the red carpet for Trump whereas they snubbed Obummer.

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        • czarowniczy says:

          China holds a large chunk of the US overseas debt and is capable of stirring up trouble indirectly. They don’t have to directly go nose-to-nose with the US as they are very capable of being a third party agent provocateur.
          They rolled out the red carpet as it’s the thing to do, it also serves their needs – why snub him? Their Party Congress has laid out their goals and the steps to reach them, our Congress can’t even pass legislation the people want.
          China can stand any screws the US might put on them, look what they went through over the last few centuries. They can also count on their sales of goods around the world to offset any US sanctions while they wait for US businesses and consumers to squeal like pigs and pressure Congress were China to start turning the taps.
          e underestimate the China we’ve built at our own undoing.

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          • POP says:

            Correct , never think China is anything but an imperial power looking to establish itself as the hegemonic world power.
            Alas, the Chinese expat community and even their long established resident diasporas in any western country will always be racially and deeply culturally loyal to China.
            China are always Chinese first ….just like muslims are muslims first, always.

            “China holds a large chunk of the US overseas debt and is capable of stirring up trouble indirectly.”
            PTrump has already called that bluff , notice how PTrump’s threats to decimate Chinese trade with the US has not resulted in Chinese threats of dumping Treasuries etc?
            China elites are arrogant but not stupid. Total cessation of Chinese trade with the US probably means revolution in China….100 million cosmopolitan apartment dwelling, car owning, restaurant using Chinese would be sent back to the village to plant rice.

            The US can do without China, China cannot do without the US.

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            • czarowniczy says:

              I’m not expecting China to dump US Treasuries, they couldn’t sell enough fast enough to keep the sale prices from dropping and might start an international financial crisis that would reverberate through China too.
              I’m looking at China buying more gold, they’ve been sucking it up like it’s going out of style, and investing more in US and South American food production. China’s already cornered a huge chunk of the US pork production and they’re building ports in SA that appear to be food related. With 20% of the world’s population and only about 15% of its land can be cultivated that growing middle class and the upcoming lower class wants to EAT.
              China’s working at weaning itself but right now the technology they’re stealing and reverse engineering makes us an important part of their agenda. Why butcher the cow and eat it when you can cut of a slice here….cut of a slice there…
              Sun Tsu: Victorious fighters win first and then go to war.

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              • POP says:

                China’s vulnerability is oil.
                The Malacca straits carry 40%+ of China’s oil consumption.

                China will take advantage of the inevitable fate of the US$. Printing US$s to consume beyond our means that one day gold will be king.
                Get you some.

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                • czarowniczy says:

                  I decided on land and a lake as if I needed a loaf of bread the person holding that loaf is gonna decide how much of my gold he wants. I have water to drink, land to grow/hunt food and wood to burn so I like to think I’m a step ahead of the game.
                  If past is prologue than looking at FDR’s confiscation of gold as an indicator of what will happen were the fecal to fly.
                  Eventually the social engineers will come for the land and holdings of those who thought ahead – the infrastructure is there, it just has to be fleshed out and applied. Planned for that too, but by that time it’s probably going to be more of a Mad Max scenario and all bets are off.

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                • czarowniczy says:

                  Forgot: China’s been building dual-use ports through the South China Sea and Indian Ocean that will allow her to port naval vessels outside of China to protect her trade routes. If I had the time and inclination I’d like to compare the underwater charts and configurations of these ports to see if they were suitable for/set up for Chinese submarine operations.

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                • POP says:

                  Good stuff.
                  The gold situation isn’t comparable to FDR’s time….too much held by too big a demographic with guns, who don’t see confiscation as anything more than crony State politics.
                  China knows it can’t keep the Straits open during conflict. No viable air cover means you lose and in any case no other shipping except Chinese national shipping could ignore the insurance premiums indicated by the certainty of being sunk by the USN and allied militaries. Oil to China can be intercepted at leisure way out in the India Ocean if needs be.
                  China is cursed by geography.

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    • MVW says:

      I expect Xi was clear to the communist bosses what to expect. No doubt there were some still in denial, I doubt Xi was one of them.

      Remember, this is a long game and is just the start, plus there is always ‘after Trump’ that many in China will look forward to. Remember, Long Term… not something democracies are good at with ever changing hands (so many cooks adding to the broth).

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  6. millwright says:

    I wonder who scripts President Trump’s speeches. I say “scripts” because I don’t believe there’s any “recitation” involved when PJDT speaks. China is another culture where circumlution is normal business tactic . Unsurprising POTUS Trump’s speech would be perceived by many in Chinese government as “confrontational ” – and perhaps that was our President’s intent !

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    • czarowniczy says:

      This whole trip was a move by Trump to push back at China’s Asian expansionism. He visits China and the primary countries China’s been pushing back at itself over the last few years.
      The Philippines and Vietnam have been nose to nose with China over the Spratly Islands for years and China’s stepping up the pressure.
      Japan’s still China’s #1 perceived enemy in Asia and due to Chinese military confrontations aimed at Japan the Japanese are in the middle of its largest military buildup since WW II. There’s still that China fear that Japan might go nuke if China pushes it too far.
      South Korea is facing a very real and dangerous threat from North Korea with China undoubtedly using NK to threaten Japan.Trump is showing our support for South Korea and Japan in the face of a direct NK and indirect Chinese threat. Previous POTUSs knew that China would not stand for a regime change in NK and would intervene militarily were the US to put boots on NK ground. The US took active intervention off the table while Trump is more active in suggesting it could be back on.
      Vietnam is a key to the Chinese navy controlling the South China Sea. If the US and allies base ships in those fine Vietnamese ports we had some years back the Chinese ability to project its Navy’s power would be hampered. Vietnam is no major friend of China, China having tried to invade VN after the US pulled out, and the VN War there has been largely forgotten with the influx of US dollars. US basing would be mutually beneficial.
      All of this depends upon Trump and Republicans staying in office through the 2020 election. I’m wondering if the Chinese will make Russian interference in the 2016 election look like small cookies as they do everything they can to get their Rat buds into office so they can all go back to business as usual.

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      • maiingankwe says:

        You’re right, Vietnam isn’t exactly buddy-buddy with China, but it doesn’t just go back to what happened in 1975. China had invaded and ruled Vietnam for more than a thousand years. I believe it was 111BC when they were invaded.

        I also believe it’s why they have a lot of similar customs and beliefs, which is natural. In addition, France had invaded and taken control of Vietnam in 1887. It’s where they had gotten their first bit of Western influence. I think they were finally kicked out in or around 1954. I do know it was an eight year war and France had begged the world for help and claimed that communism was spreading and they were a threat to all western countries. I always thought it was the reason why the U.S. and Australia had jumped in soon after, the threat of communism.

        All of this information came from my Vietnam History course at university. Dr. Lawrence was our professor. He so rocked. Great class. I can’t believe I still have my notes since its been like a hundred years or so when I took his class. Anyways, I know it’s proper to cite your facts, so there you go, my notebook from long ago. 😁

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        • czarowniczy says:

          No doubt it goes way back but ’75 was the latest reminder that things were still as they were.
          A lot of the culture in VN’s major cities has heavy Chinese influence…stuff we ate out in the Central Highlands ain’t whatcha find in your local Pho shop. The ‘higher class’ urban VN used to call out Montagnards animals as they sure didn’t look like folks you’d find strolling on Tu Do Street. Lot more Chinese in the Vietnamese genome than in the ‘Yard one too.
          Yup, French lost their war in ’54 but not all French left, we had ‘no damage’ areas that were still operational French plantations – Chuck could didi, run into these areas and we couldn’t drop bombs or artillery on them. So it’s a question of did the French lose/leave or just negotiate a surrender.
          We were drawn in for a number of reasons, some lost forever in the fog of politics. The US was asked to help support besieged French troops but Congress declined because they felt to do so would possibly involve us in a long, drawn out situation.
          Can’t say how much it influenced out going in but it was known there were oil deposits offshore there and were Vietnam to fall the ‘Domino Theory’ (there’s a blast from the past) and the rest of SEA would go to. The entire involvement had an eerie resemblance to the ‘WMD’ explanation for our entering into Iraq many years later.

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  7. Panda looks like albino Panda…all the color drained out of his face 💖🇺🇸💖 heh!

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    • A2 says:

      The panda by recent archeological evidence may have been originally in western Europe.LOL. Also to those of you who think you wish to cuddle the panda (they are cute) better wear gloves. It’s like stoking a porcupine or steel wool. 😀

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  8. KittyKat says:

    Would it be accurate to call President Trump’s speech his “Magnanimous Panda” speech?

    (I just corrected a typo where I had t spelled “magnanimous” as magananimous.)

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  9. A2 says:

    President Trump= 100, President Xi= O.
    Why do I say this? Because Pres Xi has not said anything he has not agreed to at their meeting in Mar-a-Lago. Just regurgitated talking points. Except for his comment on increasing the exchange of ‘fugitives’ from justice meaning Guo Wengui a major thorn in his side. Also AG Sessions has been rounding up illegal Chinese nationals involved in the drug trade by the hundreds (that China has refused to repatriate)

    I am so proud of the President’s comments. No punches pulled whilst praising the Chinese people and Xi. The master of negotiations. Well done.

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  10. WWIii says:

    Few understand or even have interest in the geopolitical. The impact however could not be greater on everyday lives – just on trade alone, but also on rocketmans nuclear threats, er al.

    With the passing of November 8th, I went to bed watching a video I hadn’t seen before – the TRT or something, 28 minutes of snowflakes before and after Trump’s landslide victory. I watched in horror as Inside of 12 passing hours these snowflakes transformed from happy useful idiots into violent progressive thugs threatening violence and war against democrats and republicans. It was antifa born on television – just appalling to watch.

    But my point was how insulting they were to trump. What I saw was these useful idiots were not threatened by trump, the alpha male, they were threatened by their exaggerated characture of some monster that represents all their fears, all of their hate, the consumption of all of their anger at the USA. These thugs have no capacity to understand nor watch and learn the geopolitical – sadly their are millions of them and many/most are inside the USA media.

    Why so much violence in Trumps first year? These useful idiots have been unleashed and almost given permission by the media and political class to stop this man – this characture of all that is evil in the world. Sad.

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    • KittyKat says:

      “Why so much violence in Trumps first year?”

      There’s an old saying to the effect that the closer evil gets to its end, the louder it yells.

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      • indiamaria2020 says:

        Exactly. The DEFEATED Left is in shambles. They have ZERO political voice, only propaganda. The LEFT always resorts to name-calling and violence when they LOSE. So many terrorists, ILLEGAL ALIEN activists, so much pandering over the last 30 years, we are bound to see crap egged on by complicit Media. But they are “fighting” with their backs to the abyss. They are defeated. WE WIN !!

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      • MVW says:

        KittyKat, succinct. On target.

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  11. jbrickley says:

    WH.gov has released a higher quality video

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  12. Pam says:

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    • KittyKat says:

      The lefty comments in the Fox News links are as delusional as was their sad expectation that Hillary was going to trounce Trump in the election. Delusion should not have a soap box, and Fox would be doing a compassionate service in the name of mental health to shut its comments down.

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  13. Publius2016 says:

    Wonderful and to the points at issue…NK, Drug Trafficking, Cooperation, Trade Imbalance and Market Access…pretty much the top problems with China!

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  14. jeans2nd says:

    Henry Kissinger opined that U.S. always behaved as missionaries in the U.S. treatment of China.
    Pres Trump has flipped that Dept of State SOP on its ear now as well, treating China as a co-equal great power, and enumerating the requirements of being a great power.

    Guess China now has no doubt that Pres Trump is no missionary, if ever China did have any doubt, that is.
    That show on the first day of Trump in China may have been testing Pres Trump to note tenor of Pres Trump’s demeanor, idk.

    Conversely, Rocket Man is given the respect Rocket Man deserves – none. Too bad Fake News never notices. The American people are being deprived of watching history in the making. Again.
    Thank you for all the great coverage. What joy from past decades of darkness.

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    • Jim in TN says:

      That is an important point. Imagine Rocket Man seeing his benefactor treating his enemy with all this respect. Must be driving him nuts.

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    • czarowniczy says:

      China can jerk the reins on NK and will when it becomes the time for them to do so. NK’s their tool to poke Japan, China’s only real threat in Asia. Only problem is if Kim has a brain-fart and does something China can’t dig out of.

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      • Paco Loco says:

        I dunno. Japanese corporations have major manufacturing facilities in China so they effectively partner with China. I don’t see China using DPRK as a tool against Japan who’s now a major trading partner. I expect Beijing to continue to put the squeeze on Kim because he no longer serves any useful purpose. China is expanding trade with the US, Europe and Japan like never before. Trumps visit and the deal making really showcase the China wants to expand trade and further its GDP. Nobody in Asia wants war. Kim won’t last another two years.

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        • MVW says:

          Well, Kim has had his fun. The question is whether or not Kim is a one trick pony? If he is smart he will ride the tiger into the 21st century and make serious money modernizing NOKO. He may be planning to do just that once China is on board. China may have been the chain keeping that from happening.

          Kim is not stupid. And he likes money and personal security.

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        • czarowniczy says:

          China has a long memory and the Japanese invasion’s still ma fresh and bleeding wound that Japan picks at whenever it can. Just because China trades with Japan doesn’t mean China wouldn’t like to see Japan suffer at its hands as China did the Japanese. WWII is still a ‘face’ issue to China.
          Business, politics and culture are intertwined in Asia but culture comes first. NK’s firing rockets over Japan, flagrantly violating Japanese airspace, flagrantly hinting that no Japanese cities are safe, especially ones that are/will house US bases.
          There are some 600,00 ethic Koreans in Japan, many if not most descendants of Korean slaves brought to Japan during WWII and about a quarter of them declare allegiance to the North, they even maintain their own ‘North Korean’ schools in Japan. It ain’t all roses.
          All of that ICBM technology Kim has didn’t come from Wally World, I’m betting that some leaked from China, he got too much too fast. If China gives Kim the stuff to threaten Japan China can claim implausible deniability while warning Japan. China’s already announced it will not put up with NK regime change and will intervene militarily if the US puts boots on ground in NK. Startin’ to sound like a self-licking ice cream cone.
          China wants expanded US trade as it weakens America and provides them with solid capital they need to continue their march towards being a, the ‘the’, world power.

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      • jeans2nd says:

        No doubt you are correct, czar. As long as Xi is able to make it look like it was all Xi’s idea and China is now the savior of the world? One hopes Xi does not tarry too long; NK looks to be a wee bit unmanageable now.

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        • czarowniczy says:

          China invaded NK, oops ‘helped liberate’, when Kim Jong-un’s grandpa screwed up and let the US push him back to the Chinese border.
          China has stated again and again that it will do the same were the US to invade NK as it will not stand for a US-friendly regime sharing some 900 miles of border with China.
          I go back to the naval confrontations between China and Japan recently and the huge buildup of the Japanese ‘self defense’ navy. There are also those infrequent but unnerving for China announcements by Japanese politicians that they want to amend their Constitution and go nuke.
          China doesn’t want to be the savior of the world unless you consider China as #1 power to be ‘saving’.

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  15. Publius2016 says:

    President Trump has laid clearly that though China expects to rule the World in the future, American values of freedom, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness will rule. President Trump said, what’s most important is for the people of the two countries to get closer together! He’s truly excellent…no matter the propaganda, the truth will always win!

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  16. MBLamar says:

    It’s a shame that Trump is so heavily censored and lied about to his own countrymen. I give him a lot of credit for soldiering on. But after Obama’s humiliating treatment in China you can hardly expect the CIADNCMSM to cover these accolades,

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    • A2 says:

      I am not sure what you are referring to ‘Obama’s humiliating treatment in China’ is, but I assume the tarmac incident in Beijing.

      I have said this here many times to correct this meme. Obama’s deplaning from the back stairs, was because his team refused to deal with the guy moving the stairs to the main exit because he didn’t speak English. The Chinese scrambled to get someone who could, but the Obama team decided to create that optic and deplaned out the back end of the plane. He created the incident. The Chinese were embarrassed. Typical Obama.

      Pres Trump may be lied about by the left-wing MSM, but since you are here, that shows that is hardly monolithic.

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    • The Boss says:

      The upside to this censoring will be sweet if handled well. The Americans who will soon learn the depth and breadth of how they’ve been lied to by the Uniparty and its media whores will need to see what we just saw, among many other things. For all but the most deranged, the truth they see will stand in the most stark contrast to what they’ve been led to believe. They will be be doing their primal screams all right, but not because Trump is president.

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    • indiamaria2020 says:

      The President has 100 MILLION followers on Social Media. MSM may boycott, but do not underestimate the “guy that sets his alarm for 5:30 a.m. to get to work.” He may not be a political junkie, but he KNOWS that his President is working for him and his family even in The Forbidden City.

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  17. Bob Thoms says:

    Woke up early to watch this and get looped in on the China trip. I
    Thanks for the videos and comments.

    I am sickened by our media…..they allowed more time to Hillary losers yelling in the streets than this historic presidential visit.

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    • KittyKat says:

      Thank God for alternative media which is propelling MAGA.

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    • indiamaria2020 says:

      ‘meh’…..Don’t let the propagandists get you down. Word is out. The President has 100 MILLION social media followers. Heck, he even TWEETED from The Forbidden City. Beginning with his call for an END TO ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION on June 16, 2015, to the demolition of Megyn Kelly, to his schooling of The Chinese Commies (on THEIR OWN BROADCAST), OUR President is getting the word out, BIGLY.

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  18. StanH says:

    Delivered in a very calm resolute manner, point delivered unambiguously. Our President understands when you want to say something, simply say it.

    MAGA!

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  19. The President of China is still acting in the old paradigm. Stultifying and vague and stale.

    Our President was like a warm and constant Chinook wind.

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  20. n1ghtcr4wler says:

    Have you seen this video of the business dialogue. Trump talks tough on trade

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  21. i'm just sayin'.. says:

    If making stuff up doesn’t work then censor the facts – MSM fallback plan

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  22. chojun says:

    Sleepy Panda has tasted of the Lion’s stamina.

    Panda wants to find a morsel of bamboo and his thinking place. He has some introspection to do. And the Lion told him to do some thinking.

    Panda wishes the Lion’s fangs and claws weren’t so sharp – then such a lavish, exhausting ceremony wouldn’t have been necessary.

    Lion complimented Panda on his beautiful bamboo forest. Panda hopes Lion doesn’t see the parts of the forest that are dangerously, dangerously thin.

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  23. POP says:

    Powerful policy abroad then PTrump nominates Neilsen, who is part of the DACA amnesty cheer squad, to head DHS.
    Don’t tell me this is 3 D chess. It’s a screw up.
    Or does the Pres really want DACA amnesty and this employee will run that policy while pretending some “compromise”.

    I wonder whether there are so few pro Trumpers in the experienced bureaucracy Ptrump has to appoint someone, anyone.

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    • cozette says:

      Breitbart is not a reliable source of information. Their analysis is immature and their intentions are suspect.

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      • I am not going to ignore something just because it is posted on BB and Ann Coulter allegedly blasted her nomination on her radio show (as most people know, she is virulently anti-amnesty). One has to wonder when THESE people support her so strongly.

        (BB Comment: During Nielsen’s confirmation hearing, she was praised by former Bush officials Tom Ridge and Michael Chertoff, both of whom repeatedly attempted to push amnesty for illegal aliens while working under the previous Republican administration. Ridge and Chertoff also went on to join the failed ‘Never Trump’ movement.)

        (BB Comment: Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL), the face of the 2013 amnesty for illegal aliens, also praised Nielsen.)

        (BB Comment: Nielsen, during the hearing, committed her support to an amnesty for nearly 800,000 illegal aliens shielded from deportation under the Obama-created Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, as Breitbart News reported.)

        “I believe that we must and we owe it to them to find a permanent solution,” she said of passing a DACA amnesty that could potentially lead to a chain migration of 9.9 million to 19 million foreign nationals pouring into the U.S. legally. “It’s no way to expect anyone to live a month or two months at a time,” said Nielsen, (BB: even though the DACA work-permits each last for two years.)

        Here is a link to a video of the confirmation hearing – I am watching it now to see if she actually said what they claim she said.

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        • OK – my balky computer keeps starting and stopping the video – BB duplicity in saying she “committed her support to an amnesty for DACA” – if that were true, CNN would certainly report that. Instead, from CNN: “Neilsen also said recipients of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, which the Trump administration is ending, deserve a “permanent” answer, without advocating for a particular version.

          “I believe that we must, and we owe it to them, to find a permanent solution. It’s no way to live a month, two months at a time,” Nielsen said.

          Nielsen committed that DACA recipients would not be a priority for immigration enforcement if they lost their status and that their information would be not shared with ICE outside of limited national security cases.

          She also committed to “look into” any leniency with the October 5 deadline for renewals, which more than 20,000 recipients did not meet to extend their status. That went farther than the administration had previously, when it decline to extend the deadline.
          “I would commit to you to look into it,” Nielsen said. “I’m not familiar with those specific numbers, but if there are extenuating circumstances we should take into consideration, I would commit to look at it.”

          http://www.cnn.com/2017/11/08/politics/kirstjen-nielsen-homeland-security-confirmation-hearing/index.html

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      • POP says:

        Neilsen’s Uniparty views on illegals are not a secret.

        You can’t stick your head in the sand because you don’t like BB and Bannon…..
        I can never figure that out, if you’d care to elaborate please do.

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      • POP says:

        For another opinion that is notoriously correct on the open borders DHS broad…..
        http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2017/11/ann-coulter-trumps-nominee-head-homeland-security-open-borders-zealot/

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