President Trump Responds to Earlier Comments From Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau…

Grab your winnamins and hide the Ju-Ju bones. I thought this was going to be an issue when Prime Minister Trudeau publicly told reporters the content of a private conversation between Vice-President Mike Pence and himself.  With incredibly bad diplomatic form, Justin from Canada has not only cemented the Steel and Aluminum tariffs as permanent – but Trudeau has likely destroyed any hope of the U.S. remaining in NAFTA.

The White House has delivered a statement to the media, with a request to ensure authorship is directly and personally cited from President Donald J Trump:

The United States has been taken advantage of for many decades on trade. Those days are over. Earlier today, this message was conveyed to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of Canada: The United States will agree to a fair deal, or there will be no deal at all. (link)

For those unfamiliar; this is about as close to an ultimatum as President Donald Trump generally delivers to his adversaries.   Look back on his history and you’ll note rarely does Donald J Trump deliver ‘either this / or that’ approaches; it’s just not his style…. He doesn’t bluff.  However, when Trump has decided to walk away from a deal, any deal, he delivers the “either/or” right before walking to the door.  The final terms hang in the air providing the opposition with a few fleeting moments to reflect prior to exit.

Once DJT exits the room, no deal. Even if the counter-party chases him down the hall with full agreement of terms; doesn’t matter.  Once Trump exits, it’s done. Over.

During his public remarks earlier today, Prime Minister Trudeau said a DC meeting with President Trump didn’t occur earlier this week because Vice President Mike Pence told the prime minister if they were going to discuss saving NAFTA he must allow a five-year sunset clause to be included in the trade agreement in order for the meeting to even happen. Trudeau called the condition “completely unacceptable” and didn’t go to DC.

NAFTA is as close to dead as it has ever been.

Need more winnamins.

Consumer Alert: Currently unlawful to dispense, in Canada.

 

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436 Responses to President Trump Responds to Earlier Comments From Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau…

  1. truthbomb says:

    Macron said that the tariffs on the EU are illegal and that “economic nationalism leads to wars”. Say what? We save Britain and France in WWII and they repay us by joining the EU to gang up on the US, mistreat us, and try to push us around to satisfy their pathetic global agenda. Screw the EU. Let’s make great deals with the UK, Italy and whomever else wants to leave the EU.

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    • Jan says:

      Seeing as how British intelligence was involved in “spygate” and the French have not always been our ally, I think they need some “time out” to sit down & think things over, but both countries & the rest of the EU have real population problems that are going towards Muslim and away from Christianity. Our old allies may not be our future allies. So it is good that we have a president who says “fair deal or no deal,” finally!!!

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      • i2choose says:

        Please remember, the Obama presidency was not friendly to the British people. Remember Obama pushed for remaining in the NWO EU, warning the British not to vote leave, or else. Was that the fault of the American people? Perhaps, as he was voted into office twice. All around the world the system is rigged, we, all the people, are not enemies, it’s not what we want. The British people, particularly of those in Europe, are friends of the US people, but the NWO elements of government are not, just like with President Obama. We should all distinguish between rulers and people. Iran is a good example right now. I have not met an Iranian who does not admire and like the American people. All I can say is, thank god for PDJT. What was happening in the USA, which is being sorted by the POTUS, is embedded elsewhere. Feel for those who have to live under the yoke, but, because of PDJT and those who back him, those outside the USA who have been awakened, live in hope. America first…..

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        • Countrywatch says:

          A very good post, i2.

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        • kroesus61 says:

          I certainly contest that Bammy was voted into office twice and maybe not even once…….the reported votes COUNTED indicated the usurper in chief had higher totals but as Beresky used to say the people that matter are those COUNTING the votes

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          • Jim says:

            In the 2012 election I worked a precinct in Missouri. This precinct normally had a 40 t0 45 percent turnout in a presidential year. That year it had a 95% turnout, with 80% going to bamby. I’m just saying!!!!!

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        • ladypenquin says:

          Lovely comment, i2. and absolutely true.

          We should remember the Forgotten People in your nation as well as others. Praying that the renewal and Great Awakening POTUS is achieving here will spark/inspire others to take back the reins of their lives out of the NWO Globalists.

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        • Cuppa Covfefe says:

          Well said, i2choose. Before the revolution that took down the Shah, much of the middle east was FAR less radical, and friendly and supportive of westerners. I wouldn’t doubt that Iran was Soros’s first try at a “Color Revolution”, judging from what we see today.

          And your point about distinguishing between rulers and people is very well-taken. Here in Europe, in particular Germany, we have had policies forced upon us by the unelected EC, and those who are elected, the European Parliament, have no real power at all. And then Merkel.. baaah. We don’t even have anything like the American primaries; we don’t even vote the Kanzler/in directly. And there are many of us who are furious about it. Our only hope is the AfD, for the CDU/CSU have failed us, and the FDP “ain’t what they used to be”…

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          • Grandpa says:

            “Our only hope” is a political party? You may want to try a German Tea Party, some organizing and a bit of street presence; just to plant the seeds that a German Donald Trump is out there wanting change.

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            • Cuppa Covfefe says:

              Do you know that the AfD is?

              Alternative für Deutschland (Alternative for Germany).

              As in the alternative to the globalists and elites running all the other parties. And they’ve been working and growing for the last two general elections. As expected, the elites are trying to throw wrenches into the works, and the left are throwing tar, rocks, and anything they can get their hands on (I kid you not!), also setting cars and police vehicles on fire in places like Berlin and Hamburg.

              The AfD in some places are the second-ranked party, after the CDU/CSU, most other places third. Folks here are upset. And we do need a Trump (Trumpf?) (Drumpf is NOT a German name), the Kanzler/in position in not directly elected. So, we could use some electoral reform too…

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          • Liz says:

            Living overseas and traveling I have seen over and over that all over the world the deplorable are great and good to Americans
            Only the educated upper classes were snotty

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          • Charlotte says:

            Whats happened to the German bunch of wusses? Germany hasnt much of an army and its policemen are too weak and insipid to take down the terrorists who kill and maim you. Grow a pair of testicles and start fighting back. The US wont do it for you.

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            • Cuppa Covfefe says:

              Give it a rest.

              How about your wonder man OBAMA?????

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            • Orygun says:

              I like to think that we are going back to helping people of any nation that want to throw the yoke of globalism off. That is what Americans used to do before our governments started selling us out to the highest bidder. We used to teach our children to be kind and respectful of others.
              As a country we are not out of the darkness yet but we should never stop trying to help those who are themselves becoming enslaved.

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          • thedoc00 says:

            You left out a very important point about the “Revolution in Iran”. It was facilitated by France and her supporters in Europe who protected the Ayatollah Khomeini and facilitated his return to Iran. All for commercial gain over the US.

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          • dayallaxeded says:

            Cuppa, is there anything like the old Breitbart or Conservative Treehouse in Germany or elsewhere in Europe? I check Gates of Vienna every now and then, but it’s not quite on the same level. Appreciate your humint from behind the “EU curtain” (who’da thunk we’d be saying that, after devoting so much effort and hope to bringing down “that” wall?)

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        • Jenny R. says:

          The difference: the Iranian people seem to be trying to get rid of their horrid government…maybe the Europeans should take a page from them?

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        • MaineCoon says:

          I2, You have very nicely detailed what God’s Word says in the book before Psalms (WordPress won’t allow naming it):

          Pvbs 29:2

          2 When the godly are in authority, the people rejoice.
          But when the wicked are in power, they groan.

          God is favoring our Godly president and the Godly people who have raised Him in POTUS election and in what he/we say and do in our country now. God is judging our former wicked rulers in government and their followers who despise Him and those that follow Him. May the godly Canadians pray.

          I feel sorry for Canadians, but in my heart I want the ungodly actions of our former presidents et al to be wiped out and for us to exit NAFTA to receive the blessings God has for USA. Therefore, Trudeau is in power for such a time as this to be used for our exit. He is ungodly, wicked as God says, in power. Canadians will and are suffering as a result. My heart goes out to all godly Canadians. Pray for righteous, godly authority. We did. May God bless the righteous Canadians in spite of their ungodly ruler. Amen.

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          • Lindenlee says:

            If this is your take on Justin, what would you say about AMLO in Mexico? Just curious.

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            • MaineCoon says:

              I haven’t followed the Mexican upcoming election at all other than what SD has posted. I assume AMLO is the socialist? Dictator? Prvbs 29:2+ applies no matter what country. We suffereed under the ungodly ways of Obama. Lost our middle class. Lost homes. Jobs. Everything. I have a friend. Her parents have been missionaries in Europe. They are from Brazil. My friend is going through the long process to become a USA citizen. I asked her recently what was Brazil like these days for her relatives. Was it anything like Venezuela? Literally, her face went into a shocked look. She said gas was about $12/litre. Bread was so high I can’t even recall what she said. She said they had 200 relatives and there was no way they could leave Brazil. They had no place to go. Then she said something very interesting: “The USA can’t take care of all these people.” She said these are the issues of Central America and South. Hence, the border issue.

              Corrupt politicians is a worldwide disease. Now we are all paying the piper. Prvbs 29:2.

              It’s worldwide.

              https://www.armstrongeconomics.com/international-news/spain/head-of-spain-ousted-on-corruption-the-man-who-sent-in-troops-to-catalonia/

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              • Lindenlee says:

                Yes, have been reading Armstrong for about 5 years. Love his blog. And you are right about the politicians. People do not understand that the very people who want power are the ones least fit to wield it, character-wise.

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          • nuthinmuffin says:

            justin was elected based on his fathers last name

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        • RG. Getard says:

          Your point is illustrated many times over the past three decades. Just recently Rep Trey Gowdy sought to channel his fellow citizens by claiming they would be pleased with the FBI turning their significant surveillance powers and intelligence gathering tools on a political campaign that coincidentally happened to be run by the party out of power. This citizen does not share Rep Gowdy “Pollyanna” view of this activity given all we have seen so far. The establishment and elites with their cooperative media have exploited regular people for decades and we are fortunate to have a President who recognizes this and has said he will return ultimate power to the people as the Founders designed. We exercise our power at the he ballot box and this midterm election will be critical to enforce our determination to retake control over the government.

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        • mossback says:

          Exactly, what you said.

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        • Good point. If you read any of Trump’s posts on Instagram, they are full of Iranians jumping up and down, screaming about Restart. It’s supposedly a grassroots regime change movement made up of millions of Iranians, both inside Iran and expatriates. They are begging him to notice them. Who knows what’s happening behind the scenes.

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        • Donna in Oregon says:

          Amen i2. I cannot forget living under the Obama regime. We are $20 Trillion in debt and this is going to be a hard road for us. We have to rebuild our Nation. Infrastructure is just the beginning. Our food is GMO. Obama put the VP of Monsanto over our FDA.

          We have such a mess. I can’t speak for other posters but I am very sympathetic and empathetic to the blight on Great Britain, and our neighbors in Canada and all our other citizen friends under the Globalist regime.

          We know it sucks. We know exactly how it sucks. It isn’t even a Capitalist system it is Feudal.

          When we finally come together (just like we have in other fights against oppression) we will have each others back. Nothing has changed between us.

          In our hearts and minds we are free people, with free thoughts, and our livelihood is our own. We will triumph. We always have, we always will.

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      • Mr BiG Time says:

        I agree w Jan. Our old allies will be Muslim run AND have nukes. Economic security IS national security!

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      • Sugarhillhardrock says:

        Bang!

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      • 6x47 says:

        Mark Steyn has pointed out the “Russians” of collusion fame all seem to trace back to British Intelligence. Strongly suggesting the “Russian sources” are in fact Englishmen pretending to be Russians.

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        • Charlotte says:

          And yet those British crap themselves every time a Russian jet enters their airspace. Unreal

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          • Benson II says:

            Makes you wonder why since commie values came into style right after WWII. The do love their communism. It’s been downhill for Britain ever since.

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            • Lindenlee says:

              Things would have been very different if Patton had been allowed to push back Stalin’s Russians from Europe at the end of WWII. He died under very mysterious circumstances. Those people, and probably England, would been spared 45 years of Communistic rule and the Soviets would have collapsed more quickly.

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        • yy4u says:

          Remember back in 2017, Judge Andrew Napolitano said out loud on Fox that he had sources that said Brit intelligence was the source of the Russian collusion stories. He was immediately put on suspension and since he came back, he toes the Party Line.

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      • Richard Whitney says:

        Regarding ‘the French have not always been our ally’: let’s review.
        The French allied with and supported the Indians against the Colonists in the French and Indian War. Franklin lobbied the French King to support the Colonists, and only succeeded after a long time when the French King saw that supporting the Colonists was a method to attack England by proxy.
        The French were back to inspiring the Indians against the United States in the War of 1812. Napoleon wanted to get more money for his European wars, and he thought he pulled a fast one by selling Louisiana to that fledgling country. We have France to blame for the completely, eternally dysfunctional Haiti.
        France supported the Confederacy, and invaded Mexico during the Civil War in an attempt to worm their way back into the Western Hemisphere.
        It is not just the United States. Mexicans celebrate the day that they expelled the French. And in two world wars, Quebecois refused to fight along side French forces, such was the enmity.
        After saving his bacon in WW2, DeGaulle’s stated foreign policy was ‘essentially contrary to the United States’. When Reagan decided to retaliate against Ghaddafi’s blowing a hole in an airliner which killed a young mom and her child, he sent bombers from England. But Mitterrand refused to let U.S. bombers cross French airspace, so our pilots had to take a much longer (hence more dangerous) route to Libya.
        Anybody remember Jacques Chirac? That feckless leader of France wanted France to spend billions to compete with Amazon, Microsoft, Google and other U.S. IT leaders. How did that turn out?
        Macron? That wimp who came over, pasted a smile over his cringing face and whispered in DJT’s ear sweet nothings about keeping the Iran deal. DJT knew what was going on.
        Not always our ally, indeed.

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        • riflema says:

          And a little known side issue in the Libya/Ghaddafi bombing: one of ours accidentally (cough) landed on the French embassy in Tripoli. Truly Trumpian!

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        • I HTF Place says:

          Mark Twain had it right:

          1. “It was unAmerican. It was undemocratic. It was French.”

          2. “Man started out a little lower than the angels, and he’s been going downhill ever since. Now, he’s somewhere between the angels, and the French.”

          YMMV….

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          • yucki says:

            One more, from General Norman Schwartzkopf:
            ‘Going to war without France is like going deer hunting without your accordion.’

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        • thedoc00 says:

          To add more to your remarks:
          It was Charles De Gaul who tried to bankrupt the US by demanding gold and withdrew France from NATO.
          It was France who protected the Ayatollah Khomeini and facilitated his return to Iran, all for commercial gain over the US.

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      • Well said. The UK even has The Muslim Parliament of Britain, and an Islamic political party. They do not seek to integrate, they seek to overtake! Europe has been foolish. The enemy is within their gates.

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      • UK is already a police state where they try to make dissidents disappear. Have you heard about what they did to Tommy Robinson?

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        • Yes, that was absolutely ORWELLIAN scary! The British government should be protested against for this, but who in Britain wants to lose their government pensions, government healthcare, government housing, government education? So, they just lay down and die as they always have. SHEEP!

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          • People are protesting in the UK and elsewhere. But it’s not being reported in the MSM and when there is some reporting, it’s “far right people were marching and acting like hooligans” kind of reporting. So regular people who aren’t yet red-pilled and getting their news from alternative media don’t even know what’s happening. But the protests and dissidence are growing, albeit perhaps slowly

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    • Steve says:

      Look out, guys! Here comes the EU army! Scary, isn’t it?

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      • Daniel says:

        Considering the Islamification of Europe and the more modern, US sourced weaponry at their disposal? Might want to rethink what the EU army would look like.

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        • 17CatsInTN says:

          I will put the full might of the US military forces led by COC President Donald J. Trump up against a Euro/Islamic army any day, any time, any place. You might want to look at what has happened to ISIS for verification.

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          • Dave says:

            I have full confidence that PDJT will not fail against any foreign enemies. But the cold hard fact is that he will only be in power for another 6-1/2 years. I don’t see any possible successor to him that has all his abilities, do you? Some may have a few, but no one has the entire package.

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            • 17CatsInTN says:

              I agree PDJT is one of a kind. However, do you honestly think he has not already thought about a strong successor to carry on the MAGA agenda? He’s not that shallow nor does he lack foresight. Build the MAGA and the leaders will come and one of those will be handpicked to replace him. I don’t think it will be Pence, honestly, but we shall see.

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            • MaineCoon says:

              I believe he will raise up and mentor he own hand picked successor. In fact I think it well might be Pompeo. There will never be another President Donald Trump.

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          • Daniel says:

            Just remember the lives of which you speak (US soldiers) are at stake. It is scary. No lives should be lost in vain.

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            • 17CatsInTN says:

              War is war. Period. People get killed. Innocents are used as bait and slaughtered. Soldiers are sometimes used as cannon fodder. Diabolical despots spend the lives of their citizens with nary a second thought.

              Those are the FACTS of war. War ALWAYS comes at the expense of lives. THAT is why we should choose our leaders with care for those of us who live in countries where we are allowed a say in our leadership. For those who live under dictatorships, they have no choice, most indoctrinated from birth they are expendable.

              In free nations, soldiers sign up knowing it may be their last job. It is their choice to do so. In slave nations, citizens exist at the whim of their dictators and used as chump change to be spent at will.

              In this nation, so long as we continue to elect those who only serve themselves, then we will have soldiers die in vain. Electing PDJT changed that dynamic. If you do not know that, then you will continue to be lost in a haze of wishful thinking. We chose PDJT PRECISELY because he is a wise warrior who will not engage without the full expectation of victory in a just cause.

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        • Cuppa Covfefe says:

          Especially considering about 80-plus percent of the refauxgees are military-aged, Moslem males (one might add malevolent to that list, considering all the problems they’re causing).
          Their idea of a food fight is to stab the person who cuts in front, or the server who doesn’t get it right. We have these almost every day now (Ramadan, doncha know)…

          Just read that between 2015 and 2017 there were 1.7 MILLION refauxgees admitted to Germany. Wonder if any of them had proper papers, etc. “Mutti” says they’re cultural enrichment (Kulturelle Bereicherung) but for whom? And what if their four wives each, having and average of five children each follow them to Germany? 42,500,000 brand-new Moslems, ready to take over…

          Deutschland-Dämmerung, indeed…

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          • Cuppa Covfefe says:

            (Replying to Daniel)

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          • Jenny R. says:

            Do you actually think Israel or KSA, to say the least of the U.S. and possibly E. Europe, is going to let you go as you are, growing a bumper crop of terrorists — most of whom are payrolled by Erdogan/the mullahs?
            Europe would become a national security threat for more than just the U.S. at that point, and it would likely be dealt with.
            At this point I should think most Europeans might welcome the opportunity these trade wars might provide them: get rid of your corrupt government and process the criminals out of your societies (at this point, much like gangs such as MS13 here, it is likely preferable to not just deport them and let them go — they’ll be right back or set up shop someplace else and then be back — they are an international problem; so at some point the world must agree to do something with them) so that you might get better trade, better government, and a more stable society.

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      • blouie says:

        Yikes!!

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    • KBR says:

      “US tarriffs are illegal, Nationalism leads to WAR!”

      Photo of the warmonger below:

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    • cali says:

      @truthbomb: I listen daily to a friend who is an Italian citizen and residing there while using his U-Tube channel to report not only about Italy but the EU in general.

      He and many Europeans are pro-Trump despite the blackout by the media. Italy is in turmoil as the new prime minister discarded the voters choices and appointed his on choice of representatives. Among them is a former IMF member. Imagine that.
      This recently elected Italian prime ministers dismissed populism and its voters in ways that can be compared to Hillary’s ‘deplorable’ label attached to Trump supporters.

      The EU president Junker, Merkel and Macron are beyond angry that president Trump slapping tariffs on aluminum imported from Europe. For the EU its a massive loss in the billions ergo the fury against our president.
      then there is the reversal of the Iran deal that has hit Europe in their pocketbook by the billions as well.
      The EU – Junker, Merkel, Macron and May are working on a plan to go around US imposed sanctions on Iran as well as the current negotiation about tariffs. They are literally trying to scheme their way around both.

      Meanwhile the WTO is also hardest hit and when combined all together it creates a nearly impossible survival of the EU.

      Breaking up the EU would actually be a good thing because as my friend said Italy also seeks to exit the EU based on economics.

      Lastly – I was stationed in Vicenza/Italy for more than 6 years after transfer from Germany. What is not known to the American taxpayers is this pesky little secret that the bases of our Armed Forces must pay fees leasing the property where our troops are stationed. In other words not only do our military provide security but additionally they are being charged fees to use the land/bases for the protection we provide for them.

      It is my hope that president Trump withdraws most of our forces in Europe. Rather than spending on their own defense they finance the massive welfare state while they do not pay their share via NATO agreement.
      The thousands of American soldiers contribute majorly to their economies but also employ thousands of locals on the many bases throughout Europe.
      Enough taking advantage of the free ride they enjoyed since WWII ended while not even so much as respect our soldiers and what they provide for these snobs.

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      • Daniel says:

        Please clarify? How does pulling out of the Iran deal hurt the EU?

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      • mireilleg says:

        I hear from French citizens (who did not vote for Macron) they too are fed up. They too would love the break up of the EU.

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      • USMCLt says:

        Indeed! As a preview of things to come, I suggest that folks take a look at current Google Earth views of Ceiba, Puerto Rico. Ceiba once hosted the mighty Roosevelt Roads US Navy installation and was a vibrant community. After Puerto Rican Leftists hounded the Navy off the island, Ceiba struggles with vacant real estate, former military facilities overgrown with vegetation and crumbling infrastructure. So, yes by all means, shutter all US military installations in Europe and bring our people home to defend our own country. The hell with Europe!!!

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      • Questioning says:

        I suspect every ‘leased’ base in the EU could be replaced by a ‘free’ base in Eastern Europe….

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        • Suzanne says:

          A Paid For base in eastern Europe… Tiny Poland just offered up 2 Billion for us to build a base there

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        • Sentient says:

          No. We need fewer bases overseas. Expanding eastward in Europe is a Clinton-neocon effort.

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          • RICHARD CANARY says:

            What we need is a full-blown study of the many problem areas of the world that will be getting worse, not better, in the near future. Thanks to Canadians electing this imp Macron, we have a potentially lethal nation brewing away on our northern border.

            If the realities of Islamic expansion and control continue, we may need to have bases in more foreign lands for the protection of America and our interests overseas. If we must protect other nation in order to protect America, so be it. We are capable.

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      • ladypenquin says:

        It’s because we’ve been paying the price for their defense is why they don’t respect, and take advantage of us. It’s human nature to succumb to complacency and lack of gratitude when things are constantly given vs earned. It’s why the welfare state ultimately fails due to system overload and people becoming dependent.

        If there is any hope of saving Western Europe, it lies in the breaking up of the EU. Countries will not only get back their economic independent/nationalism, but many of their societal/cultural freedoms that have been lost under the auspices of the EU’s harmful political control.

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      • rudy1876 says:

        I hope we can carve out a deal with Italy. I like their style.

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      • Orygun says:

        That makes Poland’s offer to pay us 2bn a year to have us station troops there absolutely amazing when everyone else has been milking us for years.

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    • Maybe the French and English can give Imam KillaJew in Mecca a call and get a good trade deal! Let both countries go to Islam and the Muslims for trade…it’s not like they haven’t crossed that line anyway!

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    • snellvillebob says:

      This is another knife into the EU. Even Soros is upset that it looks like everything there is about to fall apart. All his dreams and efforts of screwing up all of humanity gone to waste.

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      • rudy1876 says:

        A time bomb for the EU? Were they counting on the USA to help bail the EU banks out? https://coercioncode.com/2016/02/14/deutsche-banks-75-trillion-derivative-disaster/

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        • cali says:

          @rudy1876: I’m sure it was in the back of their minds. After all they recently raided an account by Muammar Ghaddafi that had a balance of approximately 4 billion dollars dormant since his assassination. His billions in gold and billions of investment at Goldman Sachs are also unaccounted for.

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        • Donna in Oregon says:

          Yes, Rudy. I have been following this gambit on derivatives on debt for years. That is why Dodd-Frank reform and creating a Main Street economy is so important for our survival.

          The Mega-Rich always have a disaster up their sleeves to fleece us. Running around like Chicken Little saying the whole world economy is going to implode….ugh!

          Remember Obama didn’t arrest one single “Fat Cat”. Not one.

          That money went somewhere……Water boarding should be brought back for this pack of liars. They’ll talk.

          It hasn’t been that long since the 2008 huge sucking sound of money leaving the working class happened. The world is smaller and anyone can be found.

          No pass this time.

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    • The Defiant One says:

      The sad thing is many people in Europe have forgotten the sacrifice the United States made in World War 2… especially with the Greatest Generation slowly fading with each and every year.

      And the war that will engulf Europe won’t be with America, it’ll be with the MILLIONS of Illegals that have flooded Europe; where a vast majority have no interest in becoming assimilated into their host nations — who will protest with force of arms if their bribes (welfare) aren’t paid on time!

      Also if parts of France are “No Go” to the French police by basically Illegal Aliens occupation, how can France or any EU nation threaten war. And that’s if we completely ignore the fact that the European militaries are heavily dependant on the US.

      As for Justin from Canada… he’s not dealing with Zero! He’s dealing with a man whose whole life was about “The Art of The Deal”.

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      • cali says:

        Justin from Canada is the new zero!

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      • Dauntless says:

        Many gave their lives to free countries under totalitarian rule only to slowly return to it. I always thought the USA should have made an agreement with those countries that we gave blood for to put an EXACT word for word USA Bill of Rights into their Constitutions before we sent troops. Today it should be a requirement for any country USA has bases in.

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    • yes! (I have to comment before I can like)

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    • Arizona says:

      The EU is NOT our ally. They are the globalist entity, waiting to tear apart the final shreds of the USA before finishing off the job of looting/pillaging the end of our middle class. Sadly, the majority of our congress and CEOs are fine with what they’re doing — as long as they get their share.

      I thank GOD we have President Trump lighting the tunnel of hate, and preparing our own exit from the politically correct madness that’s been taking over the used-to-be free world..

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      • Westernwhere says:

        Reflect on the history of central Europe, with it’s thousands of years of fraternal wars, Royal intermarriage, and constant scheming against each other. Also there is a fairly rigid class structure and tendency to suppress dissent by both government and social means.

        To me that’s a dystopia, and the United States of America was a creation of those that sought to escape that ideological world view. Those who seek to curry favor with Europe by betraying our nation are the children who refuse to move out of their parents ideological house. Trapped in a dystopian paradigm, unwilling to cut the apron strings and accept the responsibility of running their own affairs.

        Sad.

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    • yy4u says:

      Like x 1000 —

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    • nuthinmuffin says:

      what wars? are you kidding? the european resistance countries would be toast within a few months. justin,

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  2. Sonny, re: your pic w/Justin prance-sitting with The Donald, one just knows that Justin is sporting his “Special Days” yoni egg that’s making him smirk and giggle like a gay Troop Leader before “Lights Out”.

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    • Steve says:

      Exactly what I thought, Francisco! That picture says it all. On the left, the narcissistic poser; on the right, the man of action and integrity, mulling over the issue in hand.

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    • J.Trudeau is a little kid playing grownup. He’s prime minister of Canada because his daddy was previously; otherwise, no one would even know his name.

      —“Justin Trudeau spent his early years in the spotlight as the son of famed Canadian prime minister Pierre Trudeau. After college, Justin worked as a teacher for several years before entering politics. He was first elected to the Canadian Parliament in 2008. In 2013, Trudeau became the leader of the Liberal Party. He and his party won an impressive victory in 2015 with Trudeau becoming the country’s second youngest prime minister.

      Early Life and Career
      Born on December 25, 1971, in Ottawa, Canada, Justin Trudeau was immersed in Canadian politics from the start. He is the oldest son of former prime minister Pierre Trudeau and his wife Margaret and spent his early years at 24 Sussex Drive, the prime minister’s residence in Ottawa. In fact, only months after his birth, American president Richard Nixon predicted his political future during a Canadian state dinner with Trudeau’s father. Nixon said, according to BBC news, “I’d like to toast to the future prime minister of Canada: To Justin Pierre Trudeau.”—

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    • mireilleg says:

      I paused a bit at that photo but did not exactly put it into words. You nailed it. Thanks.

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  3. scott467 says:

    “During his public remarks earlier today, Prime Minister Trudeau said a DC meeting with President Trump didn’t occur earlier this week because Vice President Mike Pence told the prime minister if they were going to discuss saving NAFTA he must allow a five-year sunset clause to be included in the trade agreement in order for the meeting to even happen. Trudeau called the condition “completely unacceptable” and didn’t go to DC.”

    _______________________

    FIVE YEARS?!?

    That was incredibly generous of DJT, good thing Princess Justina said ‘no’, we dodged a real bullet there.

    Five years to wean themselves off of their parasite ways, vs. going cold turkey… and they chose to go cold turkey, lol!

    Q is right.

    These people are stupid.

    Now comes the pain.

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    • Actually my take was different Scott.
      They do a New Deal that’s fair to the US.
      THAT NEW DEAL dies every 5 years and must be re-negotiated because circumstances change.

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      • scott467 says:

        “Actually my take was different Scott. They do a New Deal that’s fair to the US. THAT NEW DEAL dies every 5 years and must be re-negotiated because circumstances change.”

        ____________________

        Could be. My observation was based on “Vice President Mike Pence told the prime minister if they were going to discuss saving NAFTA he must allow a five-year sunset clause to be included in the trade agreement in order for the meeting to even happen.”

        I took “saving” to mean keeping NAFTA in some form or another, but adding a 5-year sunset clause to it.

        Either way, I’m glad the Princess Justie turned it down.

        Now full speed ahead.

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    • Publius2016 says:

      The 5 year sunset is more than FAIR…NAFTA REPEAL REQUIRES 3 Elections to be WON! 2 Presidential and 1 Congressional with majorities in all….Globalists know contracts.

      Liked by 3 people

    • Echo says:

      Don’t think PDJT won’t betray us. He has to live in a world populated by lobbyist billionaires and the CoC.
      The strength required to deny his peer group is immense.

      Difficult to hear the forgotten American with so many easy, compliant options available
      .

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      • Sedanka says:

        “Us” doesn’t include you, troll.

        Liked by 5 people

        • Echo says:

          🙂 watch for the “concessions” …f wit.

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          • KBR says:

            You are apparently lost. This is not your kind of place. I am sure you thought you had landed in a Demoncrat site, but just got waylaid somehow.

            Do you need directions?

            Most here at CTH will be delighted to tell you where to go.

            Liked by 16 people

          • Jenny R. says:

            Ah yes, it would be better if we just gave up at this point — the Hillary’s of the world are inevitable — Donald Trump is exactly one of them.

            Are there going to be concessions? Of course there will be; that is how dealings work! Our President has already given them fair terms; he always offers them. But if the other side does not choose them, they get nothing…and then…when they request to have another deal, he gives them a new deal…usually it is still fair, but maybe not as generous as the previous offer. This president is not in line with the old way of doing things that posits “you must win, they must lose”…he really does try to set something up whereby everyone gets a little win, not complete, but a little. That’s good business. It isn’t his fault, or ours, that too many play by the old, broken paradigm.
            The main takeaway is: the concessions are not harmful to our side.

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        • yucki says:

          That’s our healthy immune system at work!

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      • lokiscout says:

        Oh lookie! Our local troll just strolled by!
        Shoo! out out out! Back under the bridge with yee!

        Liked by 5 people

      • Orville R. Bacher says:

        Trump has strength of character, you on the other hand, express infantile defeatism.

        Liked by 2 people

    • robins111 says:

      The real fear expressed by that knucklehead Justin is that he’s well aware that the next election will put him in 3rd party status.

      He’s desperately afraid that the incoming Conservatives will crank out a deal that exposes his bullcrap.

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    • sturmudgeon says:

      Dangerous for President Trump to offer the 5 years… he will be out of office… VERY good thing that Trudeau f****d up!

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      • scott467 says:

        “Dangerous for President Trump to offer the 5 years… he will be out of office…”

        ____________________

        Why would he be out of office?

        Two 4-year terms minus the year he has already been in office still equals… well I don’t know what it adds up to (I was told there would be no math) but it’s more than 5 years.

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  4. Pyrthroes says:

    “Crunch Bird, my ass.” – Ye-aargh!

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  5. Comrade Mope says:

    Trump: “We’re getting screwed.”
    Justin from Canada: “What? You don’t trust us?”
    Trump: “There will be a fair deal or no deal at all.”
    Justin from Canada:
    Justin knows he screwed up by talking about a private conversation.

    Liked by 2 people

  6. Publius2016 says:

    They always say they want DEMOCRACY…until the People want a REAL CHANGE…then it’s “fascism” or “aggressive nationalism”…AMERICA FIRST!

    Liked by 8 people

  7. shadowcole says:

    I have a c r u s h on President Trump. I couldn’t be happier :), thank you President Trump.

    Liked by 2 people

    • lokiscout says:

      I saw Secretary Zanki on TV yesterday I think. I could hear all the Lady Treepers swooning during his appearance.

      Just kidding Ladies! I hear the same thing from the guys around the Treehouse every time Melania or Ivanka comes by!
      At Ease, Gunny! 😉

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  8. Timolin says:

    It will be interesting to see how Trudeau walks this one back. He will have to. He thought he would get away with it. He didn’t and his disappointment was overly obvious. What a fool he looked.

    Liked by 2 people

  9. G says:

    In referring to Trudeau, a smart person on the net said:

    “I call him Snowbama.”

    Liked by 4 people

  10. TwoLaine says:

    5 year sunset clause = 100% reasonable. Even EXTREMELY generous. What a fool!

    Liked by 5 people

  11. Everett Miller says:

    The alpha dog and the puppy show

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  12. Lemmy says:

    Why is Justine holding his little wee wee in that picture?

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  13. acenypd says:

    If the tariffs the President Trump put in place are illegal as these trading partners (using the term loosely) suggest, why aren’t the tariffs that they immediately placed on our goods illegal? They are lying and just hurting themselves. #MAGA

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    • Jenny R. says:

      What about the tariffs they already had on our stuff?
      The EU says it will place tariffs on our jeans and orange juice (among a few other small things) — that means they had to go down the list a long way to find things they don’t already tariff the heck out of. Same with the Canadians — they already tariff quite a lot of our goods. Most of the steel if not originally from China was U.S. steel — it just got shipped over the border to be manufactured. For a while we will feel a pinch, but eventually those companies will just keep that steel in the U.S. and manufacture it here. As for Chinese steel, if we want it, we could just deal direct — and there are other suppliers besides China and its extensions anyway. As for Europe, what origin was most of the steel/aluminum they were sending us? Could we not just make deals with the country of origin and/or produce our own? (Vietnam has reserves of bauxite; I’m sure they’d love to do business with us) They think this is going to hurt us somehow?

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  14. Jimi Helms says:

    When one looks at the world stage we shake our heads. To think the people of Canada voted this immature person in as their leader, it could be worse!
    Seems the only mature adult is President Trump globally. Respectfully, we need to keep an eye on him too. Keep God Close! : )

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  15. Sentient says:

    When we exit NAFTA it’s going to an epic NeverTrump and libtard meltdown. Stock markets will dip for a few weeks. Big deal. Interest rates will fall – good for anyone taking out a mortgage.

    Liked by 2 people

    • The Defiant One says:

      I’m not worried about the NeverTrump fanatics have shown that not only are they inept and incompetent they are generally lucky to be able to wipe their own bottoms.

      I mean just look at the most famous of the NeverTrump’er, Mittens Romney… on any given day he can’t decide if he’s against Pres. Trump or against him (at least to the press)… sadly Antifa’s gender fluidity is more consistent!

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      • Mickturn says:

        NeverTrumpers are those making money by screwing America…and why they are all whining right now! MAGA, and to Hades with those who make money by screwing the rest of us!

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  16. Francine Hutcheson says:

    Trudeau is an Obama style global idealist… all his decisions are not about what’s best for his country, they are what’s best for the global agenda which he views is best…. like to make a deal with someone like that is to give them what they want which is what Obama did consistently in his 8 years and which is why we like to president Trump. America first

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    • Davey says:

      Trudeau is a born and bred elitist. Not even raised to lead for crying out loud. He was, and still is a spoilt kid. The Liberal party grabbed him for name recognition only. Certainly not for leadership abilities.

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  17. Francine Hutcheson says:

    Hopefully Canadians will get rid of Trudeau

    Liked by 2 people

    • Charlotte says:

      How did Castro’s spawn ever get elected? Remember Obama sent his thugs to influence that election. I cannot imagine staid Canadians voted for this little prick?

      Liked by 2 people

  18. Pam says:

    Liked by 2 people

    • Jenny R. says:

      Yep! And if it slows housing for a while, that might be a good thing — our housing market needs to cool down anyway. Construction should probably focus on repairs and remodeling for a while — and if manufacturing picks up (which it will), then they’ll be back in business soon imhao. Some sectors will feel a pinch short term (so they need to prepare for it), but for long term, overall health it will have to happen — but the positive is: if managed properly, the pinch won’t be catastrophic nor last too long.

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      • Dobegirl says:

        Jenny R
        By your comment, I have to guess that you know nothing about real estate or construction.

        Within a month or two of taking office BO totally KILLED real estate and construction, and all related businesses.

        Heavy equipment companies, lumber companies, sheet rock, concrete, truss, metal, tile, shingle companies, etc. etc. Without construction none of these could survive either.

        After the FannieMae and FreddyMac meltdown, BO immediately passed a LOT of new regulations that guaranteed these businesses could not pick up and come back.

        An awful lot of these companies went under, and the rest were hanging on by their fingernails for 8 long years.

        PDJT has been cutting these regulations like crazy since he took office (9 to 1).

        This, in part, is what is letting these companies come back. And, at the same time they are creating a lot of jobs.

        I could (but won’t) go on for pages.

        But it sounds pie in the sky to say that these people “should pull back” and “the pinch won’t be catastrophic nor last too long”. These people have been starving for over 8 years now.

        P.S.
        Who do you think is gong to build these manufacturing plants you’re talking about?

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        • Rhoda R says:

          Also, there is no reason why some of the restrictions on sourcing constrution lumber here in the US can’t be modified or lifted entirely.

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  19. Cat Lady says:

    I have TEARS of HAPPINESS in my eyes as I type this.. happiness from NO MORE NAFTA and also from laughing my a** off at the many great comments from fellow Treepers!!! Keep up the good work!!

    GOOD RIDDANCE NAFTA!!! Off to the dustbin of history you go!!! Our family timber farm has been devastated from Canadian dumping of timber and wood products and I can’t wait to see what comes next in the post-NAFTA world!!!

    I ALSO CAN’T WAIT to see what comes next with Wilburine, Xi, Port of Long Beach, EU, etc, and I can promise you I’M STILL NOT TIRED OF WINNING!!! I need more Winnamins – have a feeling the fun is just beginning!!!!

    Exit question; I wonder if it’s too late to get the Panama Canal back?? I was in college at the time and recognized immediately what a stupid idea it was!!

    Liked by 5 people

    • Mickturn says:

      I’m real surprised Ross Perot hasn’t chimed in on this NAFTA Bru-ha-ha. He called it ‘A Giant Sucking Sound’ (reference to all our jobs/money going to Canada and Mexico) in a debate with Al Bore and Bore laughed at him…who was right?… as usual Bore was totally WRONG!

      Liked by 2 people

      • Donna in Oregon says:

        Being a Liberal Gore is naturally bad at math and reality. Global warming predictions fell flat, so he apparently has no aptitude for Science either.

        Please, someone send that moron Gore a Farmer’s Almanac so we don’t have to listen to the Globalist whine about the weather. Geez….

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    • Cat Lady says:

      THANK YOU MR PRESIDENT!!! GOD BLESS YOU!!!

      I realize someone else posted this, but it deserves a repeat!!

      Liked by 2 people

  20. Growacet! Thanks for making my morning, SD!

    Liked by 1 person

  21. Davey says:

    “Bad diplomatic form” is Trudeau/Castros’ wheel house. A communist idiot at the BEST of times.

    Liked by 1 person

  22. TheWanderingStar says:

    While Justine is of questionable intellect, consider the group that advises him.

    Liked by 1 person

  23. Phil Garber says:

    I wonder what must be going through Brian Mulrooney’s mind right now.

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  24. SouthernTrumpette says:

    Looks like the EU is going to hit us back hard:
    “Cecilia Malmstrom says whiskey, orange juice and peanut butter among targets of potential trade war with USA.”

    https://www.independent.co.uk/news/business/news/us-steel-tariffs-eu-deadline-trade-war-breakdown-latest-trump-a8377606.html

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  25. Zippy says:

    A MUCH better Trudeau vs POTUS posture/expression comparison than the one shown in the column above:

    Liked by 2 people

  26. scooby184 says:

    I’m cracking up! Thanks for the morning laugh.
    If ever there was a lapdog to the Globalist Elites, it is Justin Trudeau. That picture says it all.

    Liked by 2 people

  27. noswamp says:

    “NAFTA is as close to dead as it has ever been.”

    Ding dong, NAFTA is dead.

    Liked by 2 people

  28. steve says:

    I believe Canada’s reluctance to negotiate will vanish once it is disclosed that Uranium One Uranium was illegally trans-shipped through Canada to Iran, Syria and North Korea.

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    • L. Gee says:

      I think after Trump says NO, negotiating itself will vanish!

      Liked by 1 person

    • Jenny R. says:

      Nah, if anything getting caught in such criminality will make them double, triple down.
      Just for gossipy edification, here’s some of the commentary as of yesterday and today:

      The replies are as edifying as the twits themselves. They plan to “go after Trump” by…getting his daughter’s clothing line out of Hudson Bay Company and do something to Trump Tower Vancouver….these people really are stupid (and their leftist U.S. pals are right along with them…whyever did those drips NOT move to Canada? could we make them at some point?)

      Right now, the NoKos are easier to deal with than Canada and Europe…that’s probably a sign or something.

      Liked by 3 people

      • Jenny R. says:

        On top of which: they think U.S. industry inherited a booming economy thanks to Obama o_0? And that Canada is outperforming Trump America completely — they actually think Princess Sparklesocks is giving them a booming economic growth rater.
        There is probably no walking back from such delusions.

        Liked by 2 people

      • stevebc says:

        Thank you, Jenny R.
        You’ve helped out by giving me 2 more names to be ignored in future. As a Canadian, I’m deeply ashamed of our Liberal gov’t., AND it’s clueless media supporters.

        Honestly, there are many days when I would willingly drop Canadian citizenship and become an American.

        But why would they want any Canadians?

        Plea to any other canucks here: please vote CPC in the next election. I know, but they aren’t Libs or Dippers, so by default, they’ve earned your vote.

        If we fail to vote out our National Embarrassment in 2019, this country is finished.

        Oh, and bring on Western Separation!

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      • SouthernTrumpette says:

        From Scott Gilmore’s post above:
        “we are confronting an unprecedented crisis and one that would have sounded insane if we’d been warned of it just three years ago: the President of the United States is dismantling the entire liberal international order we have spent a century building, and he is completely focused on promoting his own interests, at the expense of American allies, and at the expense of Americans themselves.”

        Wonderful to see that the globalists lamenting the fact that Trump is dismantling their hoped for NWO.
        Also gratifying to see that they STILL don’t understand Trump, if they think he is only
        interested in enriching himself at the expense of America. They remain clueless.
        ….Good ! 😉

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      • Phil Garber says:

        The Maclean’s piece is so wrong headed that I don’t know where to begin.

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  29. robins111 says:

    Justins liberals are on top of the situation. They’ve responded by increasing the cost on consumer goods in Canada through taxation. What an effing putz

    Liked by 1 person

  30. L. Gee says:

    The moment I started reading this blog post, I started laughing. Then when I got to the picture of Trump and that idiot sitting beside him, I cracked up.

    And there’s one other thing that makes this news even better: I have an uncle-in-law who just recently moved to Canada because he “can’t stand Trump.” I’m laughing because 1) he’s going to PAY out the wazzu for this move because of Justine’s ineptitude, and 2) Canada just may be on the verge of getting a conservative in office. Both of these things will really chap his liberal hide!

    (I guess that’s not very nice of me, is it? Oh well!!!!)

    Liked by 3 people

  31. gda says:

    Well, you can just imagine the MSM commotion up here in the Far North.

    Here are the main narratives been spun:

    – How dare the US consider Canada a “threat to American security”. (Much hand-wringing and emphasis on the NERVE of Trump to treat their good friend to the north whose soldiers died alongside blah, blah blah. You get the picture.)

    – How dare the US issue an ultimatum of a “5-year sunset clause”. This was a non-negotiable condition of further talks that VP Pence told our PM, so we saw no point in sending our interpretive dance troupe (Justin & Co) to continue negotiations

    – US sparks global trade WAR!!!!! Insane Trump policies!! Yadda, yadda, yadda.

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    • Donna in Oregon says:

      We have our crybabies here too. Dagen McDowell gets so freaked out whenever the Globalist economic death grip gets a finger pulled off the neck of free people everywhere….

      Bless your heart….Dagen.

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  32. jmclever says:

    It seems to me that Canada and Mexico have in reality become proxy states. They’re just different kinds of proxies than NoKo.

    Liked by 2 people

  33. talker2u says:

    Sundance, that graphic is too funny, and humor is the only way I’m gonna get through the pain of our times.

    Thanks again.

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  34. The British crown at work again.

    Liked by 1 person

  35. VickyD says:

    Oh look … PM Trudeau is sporting a fancy new pair of socks depicting a**holes with wings … how apropos.

    Liked by 3 people

  36. Justin Truvada…so gay…Canadians, your PM is so gay I can see him sweating GRIDS.

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  37. golsono says:

    Polite request ‘ensure authorship is directly and personally cited by PDJT’
    What a Worldwide Statesman and gentleman he has proven to be.
    So few in government on his side, but the buck stops Here!
    Buck$ /s intended

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    • golsono says:

      Reading upthread ‘deplorables’ ‘winnaman’
      Anyone can create some lyrics while ‘flying over ?

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    • golsono says:

      My comments may seem OT or inane or frivolous.
      Please be aware that those of us raised on far shores, and never having had the opportunity to visit the usa, have relied on m@m for news.
      Only since the election of PDJT and my discovery of cth, have my eyes been open to truth.
      God Bless all Treepers. Humankinds Salvation. MAGA ON

      Liked by 1 person

  38. LULU says:

    In his excellent impromptu, off-the-cuff White House driveway-side presser, after he saw off Kim’s representative, President Trump spoke about the possibility/necessity of having separate trade agreements with Canada and Mexico because both countries are taking the United States for a lot of money and they are quite different from one another. It was clear that his belief is that they should be dealt with separately. Good!!!

    The presser as a whole was excellent…he confirmed the meeting for June 12, calling it “a beginning”.

    I hope that Sundance caught a video and will post it here. Well worth seeing.

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  39. J.Ballz says:

    Somewhere, some free trade purists head just exploded.

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  40. Dobegirl says:

    I keep thinking back to Sundance’s post months ago.

    It was a Canadian newscaster, I believe, that said Trudeau versus Trump was like “Bambi meets Godzilla”.

    So true. I still laugh every time I think about it.

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  41. Will Warburg says:

    Many Canadians (especially us Oilbertans) actually detest Justin almost as much as his commie father Pissaire. Justin claims he is supporting steel workers in Canada while still embracing the Chinese steel loophole and jobs disappear. Keeps importing mid east oil into eastern Canada and blocking an eastern pipeline when the west has lots of oil and could use the jobs. Any deal between Canada and the US should be totally separated from any deals with Mexico which has no similar basic wage structures. $2-3 hourly wages vs $15 . Medical, pensions, unemployment insurance, taxes etc. Best news is that Justin’s days are numbered unless all of our own illegals vote him in again. Meanwhile we all pay the price for his stupidity and globalist asperations.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Donna in Oregon says:

      No one talks about what Globalism has done to Canadian workers.

      I think the difference between the classes in North America is: The Middle Class talk about how Globalism effects workers…. and the other classes don’t talk about the Middle Class at all.

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