President Trump Responds To Justin Trudeau G7 Press Conference…

I had a feeling this might happen.

G7 Carlevoix Communique HERE

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Lucky Day…. Lucky Day…  NAFTA squished.

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547 Responses to President Trump Responds To Justin Trudeau G7 Press Conference…

  1. John says:

    NAFTA is like any other piece of legislation. Everybody found then exploited the loophole to sell tariff free into the United States with Canada and Mexico getting the arbitrage benefit. Yet another example of why central planning and regulations always fail.

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    • Charles-Martel says:

      I am pretty sure that wasn’t a loophole that put there to do exactly what it’s doing today.

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      • Dave says:

        That’s right. It started out as good will between neighbors.

        But, since both China and Mexico/Canada can make money on the arbitrage…

        Someone needs to hit the road explaining basic trade policies to Americans… and wipe the floor with the globalist and media propaganda.

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        • jeans2nd says:

          You are joking, yes?
          Goodwill between neighbors? Balderdash. Ever heard of Ross Perot? The Giant Sucking Sound of jobs leaving the U.S.?

          The Chamber of Commerce knew exactly what they were doing when they wrote NAFTA and paid to have it passed. Everyone knew what NAFTA would do. Ross Perot was the only honest businessman to tell the truth about NAFTA’s intentions.

          GATT was the precursor, and was so successful the C of C decided to take the show on the road world-wide, beginning with NAFTA. NAFTA was written and Congressman paid to pass it to make the globalists rich.

          President Donald J. Trump saw the damage being done, and was the only one smart and honest enough to actually stop the wealth-drain. And we thank Our Good Lord every day for that.

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        • Uncle Max says:

          Dave, I’m cynical enough to think it was baked in the cake back in the day. They had to know the back-door angles. Clinton may not have realized all the possibilities, but surely a lot of smart folks did, as it was being drawn up. It was a wealth transfer, and all the right people were in line to make bank off of it. China benefited the most, no? S. Korea too. Both gave millions and millions of dollars to Clinton and Gore and their foundations , etc.

          I think the technology transfers that went on , NAFTA, and more… was all a calculated hatchet job on the US engine and the connected got rich. Maybe I’m wrong. Sure seems to fit though.

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        • Daniel says:

          It was SOLD as good will. Apparently you bought it.

          As another points out, Ross Perot warned about this specifically. While NAFTA was being discussed, it became the subject of a debate within my own college course and I was assigned to “anti-NAFTA.” So of course I studied the pro-NAFTA arguments to see what they were saying and claiming then I listened to what detractors were saying. It seemed pretty clear this was a bad idea but it wasn’t clear to me at the time “why” or who, specifically was benefiting from any of it in the USA. I was naive at the time though I still made the best argument against NAFTA and I believed in my arguments then as I do now because I knew one really important fact.

          The US has the best lands. We have every industry in this country. We can feed the world and we can blow it up. We can create a new world because we have the technology and potential for new technology all within our borders and withing the hearts and minds of a free people. We demonstrated as much in both world wars and it was only when the politics of the USA herself which limited and crippled the USA and prevented her from winning and prospering.

          People think what Donald Trump is doing is actually magical. Others think he’s creating positive outlooks in the markets which are creating good results. They are both wrong. President Donald Trump is only removing our self-imposed limits as a nation and he will do more. He isn’t just going to enable manufacturing to return to greatness. He is going to enable agriculture as well. (Get right with your maker, Monsanto! You’re going to meet your maker before too long)

          To offer an analogy, a farmer doesn’t “make life.” A farmer sets the conditions which are optimal for life and lets God take over. This is what President Trump is doing.

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          • Singer says:

            “People think what Donald Trump is doing is actually magical. Others think he’s creating positive outlooks in the markets which are creating good results. They are both wrong. President Donald Trump is only removing our self-imposed limits as a nation and he will do more.”

            Daniel, this is outstanding in its brevity!

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          • Atticus "The Deplorable" says:

            Dear God, let it be so !

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          • lokiscout says:

            Maybe Monsanto saw the handwriting! They are being taken over by Bayer! Golden parachute time for all high level Monsanto Exects.

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    • Judiciary says:

      It’s what you get when career politicians handle anything important.

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    • cali says:

      @John: The sad part in all of this infuriates me to no end because clearly the American workers we intentionally targeted by NAFTA not to benefit from that stupid and deceptive trade scheme but to be harmed by it.

      270% tariff on dairy products? Really? No – Really?

      What is wrong with our own production of Dairy? It couldn’t possibly be based on quality because our own produced dairy is great.

      It always was about the globalist and their wealth – the more the better, screw the middle class!

      Then there is the role NAFTA played flooding our country with illegals from Mexico who also were forgotten by their totally corrupt leadership.

      Thank you @Sundance as you unrolled the whole NAFTA debacle from beginning to end!

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    • farmhand1927 says:

      Trudeau is a coward. He talks tough behind our President’s back, but appears cordial to his face.

      POTUS understands now Trudeau can’t be trusted. Both Trudeau and Macron were warmly embraced once President Trump took office; he knew they both were pulling for Hillary but he was magnanimous and sincere about good will and equally beneficial relationships. Game over. Hope you enjoyed that glamorous State Dinner, Macron.

      The timing of Canada and France turning on America just in time for the G7 isn’t a surprise. Nothing has worked to thwart this presidency, so another stop was pulled, a coordinated, planned attack by some of the G7 leaders was concocted.

      If Theresa May were forced to answer questions of what she knew and when she knew it regarding our 2016 election, wouldn’t that be enlightening? When Barack went to London to interfere in a foreign election and threaten voters against Brexit, was May on board with the plans to destroy Trump’s candidacy and presidency?

      Granny Merkel, has voluntarily confiscated homes and property of her citizens to redistribute it to refugees, presided over murders, theft and other felonies as a result of her open borders policy. She despises Donald Trump’s refugee and immigration policies. Like a Hillary clone, she has never tried to work for the joint benefit of America and Germany, but rather for her own political and personal gain.

      Macron has turned out to be an insincere player, too.

      Obama, Clinton, Soros and Deep Staters around the world failed in keeping Donald Trump out of the Oval Office. The worldwide media failed as well, so they continue to reinvent reasons to destroy President Trump’s support, lie, discredit and distort. The Singapore Summit had to be tarnished. The Powers That Be made calls, media outlets colluded. The G7 had to be portrayed as a failure for Donald Trump to take the shine off the Singapore meeting.

      Desperation has commenced and spread into some of the G7 leadership. Last ditch efforts are underway. Remember, Obama’s entire presidency was designed to reduce America’s influence and prowess. America needed to be punished and diminished. The EU loved the sound of that. Our losses were their gains. Our wealth and prosperity under Obama needed to be destroyed. Our culture needed to be weakened and transformed into a social experiment that has resulted in skyrocketing suicide rates, drug use, broken families and children being drugged by their own parents to try and remake their genders. Dumbed down and drugged up equals a compliant society.

      The knee capping undertaken by Trudeau and Macron, Merkel and May was staged and planned. A puppet master designed it, weak people read the scripts. They failed. They will continue to fail.

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      • rayvandune says:

        NPR this morning is reading from the same script, at least when they manage to briefly arise from the fainting couch, before once more falling back in a pearl-clutching swoon, and handing off to another breathless commenter who takes aim at Trump’s earnestly hoped-for theater of failure in Singapore…

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      • steph_gray says:

        “When Barack went to London to interfere in a foreign election and threaten voters against Brexit, was May on board with the plans to destroy Trump’s candidacy and presidency?”

        Never thought to ask this before but boy does it ever make sense. Thanks for the puzzle piece…

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      • Lindenlee says:

        Just outstanding, so astute! I am so, grateful for you treepers. I am surrounded by idiots who like it that way.

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  2. mr.piddles says:

    Let’s look at the long-term picture. Trump is in restructure mode. Restructure mode is not compatible with “the system”. Trump is America First; America First is anitithetical to Wholesale Globalism. The globalists are exposed, for those who care to keep score, but they are also waiting in the wings. Like rats waiting for the light to go out. The rats inhabit the board rooms of global commerce, the rats inhabit the halls of government. Indeed, the rats inhabit our very own Congress.

    The globalists want to normalize America’s exceptionalism in the name of profits. Let’s face it, we make better toilets. Unfortunately those days are long gone.

    So how do we preserve these gains? How do we preserve the America First movement? Let’s Trump is reelected, we continue on this path of positive changes and 8 years down the road America is strong again, as prosperous and productive as ever before. The rats will simply wait it out, and pounce on the first chance to “reset the system”. Make Globalism Great Again, if you will.

    What do we need to do to hold the globalists at bay after Trump is gone, to preserve America First? Will America First and everything that comes with it catch on beyond Trump’s base? Will it usher in a movement of “practical politics”? Politics that are driven by a belief that government is for the people, and by the people?

    We need a third party. Well, we have one party now; we need a second party. But how? Sanders touched a similar nerve from the other side of the spectrum. Trump touched a similar nerve from a different spectrum. How do we keep the electorate engaged to care enough to stand up for themselves and demand change when change is in their best interest, not matter which side of the spectrum you are from?

    Maybe it’s a matter of becoming active, getting out of the active spectator mode. It’s one thing to vote for what you believe in; how do you FIGHT for it?

    Signed,
    Concerned in Cincinnati

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    • Publius2016 says:

      Whether they wait or not, our future prosperity will be assured! President Reagan brought us to 2016…28 years! President Trump’s America First! May last 100 years plus Space!!!

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      • Jedi9 says:

        I am currently in China right now visiting with the in-laws and I have some interesting things to share with you when I return on Tuesday next week that we all should be very concerned about!

        America first is correct policy. China is already positioned itself to be looking out for its interest, and Canada and the EU are the parasites that are protecting the globalist cabal that is being controlled by Chinese money. Their resistance to Trump’s policies is futile, as the more vocal they become the more Trump digs in!

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      • Ollie Hadfield says:

        Totally agree once the people realize that we can win and get rid of corrupt politicians that’s what we will do! Before President Trump we felt it was hopeless to fight city hall! Now we know if we hang int there we can win! Other strong people will see how Trump won and they will want to win! A win win for America!

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        • Ollie Hadfield says:

          I say the 14th. amendment has done more harm to our Country and it was not even legal! Lincoln did it!

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        • Carrie2 says:

          Ollie Hadfield, we elected/hired supposed representation in Congress as a whole nation cannot get together or say a large company also send an employee to represent them because that is the logical thing to do. However, we have allowed our employees to think they own us and can’t be fired. WRONG! They can be impeached and removed and no lifetime benefits go with them. The 2 parties in 1 take care of themselves and don’t listen to us and hate Trump because he is and will continue to upset their applecart and that means no more getting richer and ignoring us to follow the outsiders owning them. It is also known that Soros paid off many in Congress, say someone like McCain, etc. What about the list of sexual harassers we have yet to received, and repay of all our tax money to silent those harassed. Nothing, no word, crickets. We know some in Congress actually do work for us but that is a very small percentage. We also must let them know that if they already have 2 or more terms, they cannot run for re-election, PERIOD! We need to realize this is OUR Republic and that their comfy little country to run and own. We are the bear that has been awakened and they have become aware of this but think again we won’t do anything. Again WRONG! Draining the Congress Swamp is happening and karma is coming in faster and faster. God is hearing our prayers and Trump is letting their traitors to think they can win or won’t be hanged. Again, and Again WRONG!

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          • cali says:

            @Carrie2: I would urge you to take a close look at all the politicians who are stepping down, resigning or not running for re-election!
            The numbers are now close to nearly 90 of them and climbing.

            When the OIG/Humber/Sessions are done there will be many more – indicted.

            Now go and take a close look at all the CEO and others likewise resigning since the president EO was signed addressing ‘Human Rights/Human Trafficking Violations”. The very first one – Google CEO Eric Schmidt – immediately resigned before the ink of the presidents signature was even dry.

            The CEO’s resigning is now almost at 1,000 and daily additions continue.

            You must always remember before the president and his team can move forward to drain the swamp the DOJ requires to be cleansed of all those who participated in creating the mess we are in.
            Nobody is safe and these resignations include many that are abroad as well.

            “They thought she would not lose”!

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    • Charles-Martel says:

      Get rid of the Citizens United SCOTUS ruling and that would go a long way. Rescinding the 17th amendment would be the next big thing.

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      • Ollie Hadfield says:

        Sorry I posted in the wrong place!
        If we get rid of the illegal 14th. Amendment we will be able to enforce our Constitution! When the 14th. Amendment would not pass Lincoln fired all the Southern State representatives and put in Northern men illegally passing the 14th. amendment!

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        • kroesus61 says:

          Actually acceptance and passage of the 13-15th Amendments was a precondition to allowing the Southern states that had revolted back into full Union membership….Lincoln was dead and buried when they ALL passed under President Johnson

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        • jessetmims says:

          Lincoln did more harm to America than did all the presidents before him and most since; and, I do NOT want to hear anything about Obama being the worst president ever! He was not a natural born citizen; and, therefore can never serve as president of he USA. He was a usurper, not a president. He had no presidential administration; he had a regime.

          The presidential requirements mandated by the Constitution mention nothing about receiving the most Electoral Votes in an election making one eligible to be president. THAT is simply the manner in which ELIGIBLE persons are elected.

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          • Daniel says:

            Obama’s real father was more likely Frank Marshall Davis and that would make Obama a natural born citizen by every definition all the way back to the original British Common Law basis of the term. I only wish, among other things, Trump would actually release that fact to the world.

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          • Nightstand says:

            So let it be written, so let it be done. Oh , that’s right , it was done. Obama was the president and there is no changing that , like it or not.

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    • Walter Thomas says:

      What a really fine post! My answer is find a candidate for 2024 who will address the same people that Trump addressed and address them as forcefully as Trump addressed them. My suggestion is Devin Nunes. His style is very different from Trump’s but he is as good as Trump at expressing his convictions and showing people that he lives them.

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      • I want Wilbur Ross. He preserves his energy and might be our oldest president. Remember, 75 is the new 50! Incorruptible and will keep it on track. Nunes could maybe be his VP.

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        • Carrie2 says:

          1angryplumber, Ross is great but he is older than 75 and by 2024 might not even be alive but if so then let him do then what he is doing now – putting the squeeze where it needs to.

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      • Watch Mike Pompeo.

        He’s got Military, Business, Congressional, National Security and International bones that are UNMATCHED.

        P.S. He DELIVERS.

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      • COlibertybelle says:

        My suggestion is Mike Pompeo. Same philosophy, same simple delivery of common sense solutions.

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      • guru1966 says:

        Devin Nunes.
        Mike Pompeo.
        Mick Mulvaney.
        Donald Trump, Jr.
        Sarah Sanders.
        Sarah Palin.
        We will have a deep MAGA bench to choose from in 2024!
        It will be interesting to see which of these exhibits the dedication, vision, and ability to carry the banner.

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        • Carrie2 says:

          guru1966, the first 3 are great possibilities and no way Donald, Jr. nor Sarah Sanders although she is great where she is and could be a great appointee for a department, Sarah Palin also but will she be willing to run as president but this time a REAL VP. So right now 4 possibles young enough, smart enough and will continue MAGA great and I think our current president would also make suggestions for whoever is to follow.

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        • Larrae says:

          Hello : ivankas name must be added to that list!

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      • Carrie2 says:

        Walter, we might even consider Jordan also. These men are working and representing American citizens, so both are viable candidates.

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    • Robert Smith says:

      Find a way to decrease the influence of lobbyist money. Law to have politicians have monitored finances?

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    • The Truth says:

      Cincy, Donald Jr. will be well equipped to take the mantle in 6 years

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    • jmclever says:

      Doing things constitutionally and installing judges who adjudicate rather than make law from the bench goes a long way. Towards solidifying MAGA reversals on the globalist agenda. Getting Congress to actually pass laws rather than ruling by phone and pen also makes the MAGA stick more firmly.

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    • Benjamin F. Beideman says:

      I share many of your thoughts.

      One major part of the problem is accountability and the lack thereof. Elected officials, corporations, government officials and agencies simply have avoided being held accountable for their actions for far too long. In the current state, it is simply not enough to go out and vote in order to have “done your part”.

      Decades of failing to “throw the bums out” have allowed the swamp creatures to build an elaborate system that makes their grip on power almost unfathomable. Little of this is truly “our fault” individually, the deck has been stacked against us in many ways. A few that come to mind: an education system that doesn’t produce critical thinkers; flat wage growth that drove people to work longer, harder, and diverted attention away from the shenanigans in Washington (and elsewhere); tremendous media consolidation that changed the dynamic of our news media from one of competition to one of collusion, hand in hand with a swamp all-too-willing to pay, bribe, coerce them to promote the narrative they’ve penned.

      Along the way, elected officials began to realize that there simply weren’t consequences, at all, for catering to special interests. Their primary interest, getting reelected to another tour in the swamp, was better served by “taking the money” and “voting how xyz corp.” chooses, because their constituencies weren’t paying close enough attention to see the sleight of hand. The interests of elected officials and the people that vote them in should be in alignment, but haven’t been. They get more votes with the cash than with voting the way their district supports.

      This way of doing things is unsustainable. It will eventually end. The people, as a whole will eventually “wake up”. This process has begun, but there is much more work to do. We have the opportunity to build a country, and indeed a world, that is so much more fair. Thanks to technology, we actually have the chance to do it better than was ever before possible. The ability to share information on a massive scale is a great equalizer. Before you had to be anointed by the media in order to have a large audience. Today, people can exchange ideas with millions—instantly, worldwide—on platforms like this. Social media is a great tool, and we must ensure that platforms exist that cannot be censored or “curated” in order to drive the public discourse. We’ve seen just the beginning of how these very powerful tools can be turned into a destructive weapon. We can’t allow that to happen. An informed population depends on truthful information.

      Once you’ve been informed, it is the responsibility of each person to act accordingly. This takes many forms, voting being a pretty easy one. We must hold corporations accountable for their decisions by withholding our business from them and, especially for the media, those that sponsor them. Some of us must run for and secure public office. Those elected must then earn the vote of the people, by their actions, in each subsequent election. Term limits are a good idea, but in my view, we already have the power to limit each official, we just don’t use that power. Repeal of the Seventeenth Amendment could do tremendous good in ensuring that the interest of the states are represented. Over time, this repeal would rein in the ridiculously expansive executive branch of the Federal government, as states held their Senators accountable. The rules of the legislative branch, especially the Senate, need to be modernized. U.S. taxpayers pay good money to Senators, their staffs, etc., and they deserve an efficient and functional Congress.

      The road is long and treacherous, but the rewards are plentiful. We are in the literal process of taking back our country. In the past, this almost certainly meant civil war or revolution. Today, more than at any time before, “the pen”—in the form of Tweets, blog postings, independent media, crowdsourced research/information sharing such as “QAnon”, etc.—may truly be mightier than “the sword”. For the first time in history, we can be so informed that we may just be able to completely drain the swamp and revamp the government, without violence. The President is and will hold the line. He has “set the stage”, we must also be prepared to play our part in this most important endeavor.

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      • mr.piddles says:

        Many very good points, Benjamin. That being said your overall assessment of the current state of affairs makes me a little depressed. :^) So much work to do! I suppose Trump has given us the spark to light the torch, it’s up to us to feed it the oxygen.

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        • Benjamin F. Beideman says:

          There is certainly much work that lies ahead. But rather than depressed, I choose to look at it from the perspective of the future that work will create. Just imagine all of the things that truly become possible, even probable, in a changed world with true free-market capitalism and a government that is working for—not against—US, the people. This is what’s happening.

          President Trump and his Administration are delivering bigly, more than any President I can think of. Imagine what more he could help accomplish for our Country if he had a more favorable Congress. The amazing progress being made on trade, and in foreign affairs are both areas where the President has full authority to act without Congress. Other things require an engaged Congress to do their part. We will get there.

          Here’s a selection from our Founders that conveys our crucial role as a “check” on the power of the government:

          > The deliberations of the Constitutional Convention of 1787 were held in strict secrecy. Consequently, anxious citizens gathered outside Independence Hall when the proceedings ended in order to learn what had been produced behind closed doors. The answer was provided immediately. A Mrs. Powel of Philadelphia asked Benjamin Franklin, “Well, Doctor, what have we got, a republic or a monarchy?” With no hesitation whatsoever, Franklin responded, “A republic, if you can keep it.”

          We must do our part to keep the republic. Modern technology and other tools, such as those enabling this very website, make that job acheivable in a way that would have marveled even Franklin, one of the most famous inventors/statesman of his day.

          It is happening.

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          • JohnGaltsLawyer says:

            Tremendous risks and opportunity in technology. Success and failure lie downstream from culture. The iron triangle of cultural norms, individual responsibility and the rules of nature dictate policy. The new knowledge economy – replacing the industrial economy – requires a new legal framework within which to create and deliver policy. PDT is setting the stage. It;s up to us to execute. Leveraging radical transparency, immutability and the highly secure nature of the blockchain promises to close the trust gap in commerce, government and many other areas. We must seize the opportunities and fight the globalists at every turn, MAGA!

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    • Payday says:

      The difference between Reagan and Trump is…we the people saw the benefit of Reagan’s policies but didn’t really understand why. Under Trump…we the people not only see the benefits, but understand what the issues were and learned how he changed the system to our benefit. The genie is out of the bottle.

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      • Payday says:

        He’s explained it all along the way…..

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      • sturmudgeon says:

        Payday: Reagen did not have Sundance and others, supplying “outstanding” educational synopsis’ on all that Trump’s policies are producing… this clarity is SO needed, and SO appreciated by Treepers and just anyone having any thinking skills. We all owe bushels of THANKS!

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    • nimrodman says:

      “We need a third party.”

      No we don’t.
      We need Trump’s America First principles to take over the Republican party and make it the party of Main Street, of working Americans.

      Full takeover. Wall Streeters can stay if they act in the interests of Main Street. They’ll still have tons of dough. Just convince them it’s in their long-term interests.

      Third party talk gets you further subdivision of the American electorate. Recent polls have shown some 70 percent against illegal immigration and amnesties and with a favorable view of many of Trump’s policies or outcomes.

      That shows there’s still a majority of voters in America with common sense.

      Don’t split it up …
      … capture it.

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      • mr.piddles says:

        Democratic party is imploding, and GOP has too much baggage. I wouldn’t give you $.02 for the former, and I wouldn’t hold my breath on the latter. Too much vested interests all the way around. But maybe that’s just Mr. Negative talking. *shrug*

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        • Benjamin F. Beideman says:

          My view on the Republican party is that a parallel structure needs to be built along side the GOP that is able to essentially be the “new GOP”, keeping the name recognition of the existing party but migrating away from the establishment that holds back potential. I see some of this being done.

          Personally, I am neither Republican or Democrat. I’ve voted for both, I call each candidate (and each issue) as I see them. My views are more conservative in most areas, but I remain open to all approaches that are practical and viable.

          President Trump rescued my mind from a jaded view of the potential to change course. But yes, it is a huge ship, it doesn’t turn on a dime. It’s more like a pendulum, actually. It’s only just begun swinging back, but like a pendulum it gains momentum along the way.

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      • convert says:

        I agree!!!

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    • Mr. Piddles;

      My solution is simple to describe and understand but will take a massive fight to implement:
      1) End the Fed and restore Congressional authority to coin money. Just like the Constitution says.
      2) Restore Governor’s right to appoint Senators. No more elections for Senators.Just like the Constitution says.
      3) Term limits.
      4) If you get an “entitlement” from the Giverment- good for you, BUT NO VOTE! Only the ones paying the bills get a say in how our money gets spent.

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  3. Perot Conservative says:

    WANTED: LAND & EMPLOYEES

    Toyota Motor Manufacturing Canada Inc. (TMMC) is a Canada-based automotive manufacturer that employs 8,000 people in two plants.

    TMMC plants in Cambridge, Ontario, and Woodstock, Ontario, are a combined 4.8 Million square feet. 1400 acres total.

    Most Popular Jobs:

    Production worker – $22.00 per hour
    Industrial Electrician – $40.80 p/h
    Tool & Die Maker – $40.00 p/h
    Millwright -$40.04 p/h

    Source: Indeed.com
    ca.indeed.com/cmp/Toyota-Motor-Manufacturing-Canada-(tmmc)/reviews

    Car manufacturing plants in Canada, employees, # plants.

    Toyota Canada – 8,000 (3)
    Chrysler Canada – 9,300 (3)
    Ford Canada – 6,500 (4)
    General Motors Canada
    Hino Canada
    Honda Canada – 4,600 (2)

    Source: Wkipedia

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    • pecosbill79772 says:

      An American made engine, transmission, and rear end were shipped to Brampton, Ontario for final assembly into my (awesome) Dodge Challenger. Excellent job they did up there. Zero defects. Hats off to those 9,300 Canucks.

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  4. alliwantissometruth says:

    “meek & mild, very dishonest & weak”

    That is the essence of Trump right there

    Brutally honest, not politically correct, speaks his mind, unapologetic

    Trump doesn’t give a damn about “polite society” nonsense. He could care less about the social decorum phoniness that permeates the political scene. He knows damn well these phonies are filled with niceties & friendliness in person, but will stab America in the back in private

    The days of treasonous American “leaders” giving away the store for personal benefit are over

    Get it through your thick skulls you so called leadership pissants, the interests of the American people is once again first & foremost. Fair & equitable is now the norm

    You’ve got two options, you can try to f*** with our President & get burned badly, both you & your countries. Or, play ball with him, get a fair deal, & move on to actually leading your countries & making them a viable entity

    And when all is said & done, you can ask the business master for advice. You might find troubleshooting with a true leader with integrity & honor, instead of phony leftist nitwits beholden to corrupt globalist money, will lead your countries down the path to economic success

    The Trump doctrine is the new reality. Follow along & find success, or crumble under the weight of your own incompetence

    Your choice. Your move

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    • Teagan says:

      Elena…thanks for posting the Praying Medic video. If you go to about the half-way mark, there’s an interesting take on why POTUS is bring Russia/Putin into the conversation…how it compares to the China/NK situation.

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      • Yes, it is the same situation about bringing rogue regime in line…however in my personal opinion: it is similar and at the same time not similar…N Korea is country with communists ideology, which is used to be same as USSR…with ethnical differences between Russians and Koreans…BUT Iran is =Islam and to me it is the HUGE difference between situations. Islam exists 1400 years on Earth and only spreading…communist ideology existed about 200 years…So I hope for the best, but…

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    • noswamp says:

      Elena thanks for the video. This guy connects all the dots.

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  5. Running Fast says:

    Sundance can you explain something for me… based upon Trudeau’s comments and those of his reporter turned bureaucrat trade administer do you think they even understand the implications of their actions? Or are they just puppets for their masters?

    What response did they expect from President Trump?

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    • John VI says:

      Canadian politics are kind of funny. Your electoral collage system is designed to prevent one state or even city from dictating all the political decisions for the entire country. Canada has no such thing and our elected leaders only have to campaign in 3 cities across 2 provinces (states). Ontario and Quebec citizens vote the federal politicians into office. No other province has the population to do so. This ignores economics, wealth, stability or desire. Canada gets what Ontario and Quebec want. Period. If they want to pillage the wealth of other provinces they do. ( and they do. And they cant be stopped politically from doing so )

      So Ontario politics are completely dominated by the unions there. And those unions all benefit from the back door NAFTA loopholes. All those factories are union shops and they get all their industrial supplies from out of Country. The kickbacks are HUGE to the unions and thus to the politicians that will support the unions.

      Understanding that, try to imagine a politician, whose entire career is based on not pissing off a specific group, saying or doing anything off script.

      What you are seeing is politicians playing out a game with their owners, who are too arrogant to see that its a losing proposition, but unable to do anything else without losing their jobs. They simply CANT negotiate in good faith, because they are not negotiating for Canada. They are negotiating a specific agreement, for a specific group, and they have no leeway to deviate from it what so ever.

      And then add on top of it the insufferable need to virtue signal from a former Grade School Drama teacher and you get this nonsense. Again and Again.

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      • talker2u says:

        Thanks for this, John.

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      • Running Fast says:

        Yes thank you I was unaware it was that bad.

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      • Psycho Monkee says:

        Exactly. My oil and gas buddies in energy rich Alberta are disgusted, angry and fed up with the two-province corrupt power ploys. And as you imply, their votes never actually count.

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      • Abel says:

        Thanks for the education.

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      • Jay Currie says:

        Well John, while you are not wrong, you are not entirely right. By electing Doug Ford, Ontario took a step away from its thralldom to the public service unions. And, after Justin’s hilarious trip to India, there are increasing numbers of Canadians who are no longer buying into the rubbish the poor idiot is spewing.

        As various commentors here have pointed out, Canada – as America’s biggest trading partner – is acutely vulnerable to changes in American trade policy. Our fat midget External Affairs Minister may think herself clever for targetting the soy sauce factory in Paul Ryan’s district but Trump holds all the cards. A twenty percent tariff on all imports from Canada would tank the Canadian economy but would have virtually no impact on consumers in the US.

        Trudeau has about 15 months until the next Federal election. At the moment his singular accomplishment will be the legalization of marijuana (and that will turn out to be messy for a whole bunch of uniquely Canadian reasons.) The rest of his policy initiatives are in tatters and his popularity is sinking like a rock.

        Trump is schooling him. But the lesson will be too late. In just over a year the Liberal Party will be voted out of office nationally and the Conservative Party will be the new government. (It’s leader, Mr. Scheer, will require an education as well as he beat the far more dynamic Maxime Bernier largely because of support from, wait for it, Quebec Dairy farmers.)

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        • gda says:

          Now explain the arcane Supply Management system controlling the price of milk, cheese, eggs chicken and turkey in Canada, and protected by a 285% tariff. That would be the one PT is tweeting about.

          Started by (you’ll appreciate this) Daddy Trudeau back in 1971.

          Did I mention that he was a bit of a socialist, good pals with Castro.

          But don’t worry. Mr. Scheer will very quickly adjust, unlike Justin. Please remember that the “brains trust” that ran/runs Justin was/is closely advised by Obama’s team. They are essentially of the same ilk.

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          • stevebc says:

            I wish I shared your optimism about Andrew Scheer. I am a Conservative, and I’m already disgusted by Scheer’s support for Supply Management.

            God, Canada needs a Trump. Send us one, please.

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      • joeknuckles says:

        Sounds like you need a secession movement. Demand equal representation or secede.

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      • kea says:

        John VI wow I had no idea. Thanks for that.

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      • dallasdan says:

        Thank you for a very good tutorial on Canada’s politics. It was a meaningful learning experience for me.

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      • Isman says:

        Great post. Add to that Canada’s absence of any conservative media, with the exception of Fox News carried on cable/satellite services.

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    • Paint Chip says:

      “What response did they expect from President Trump?”

      Here’s the response they got, but weren’t expecting: 🖕

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  6. peace says:

    Make the American Auto Industry Great Again and Rebuild our Cities. Justin helped end NAFTA once and for all.

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  7. Canada and Canadians have absolutely NO CLUE how dependent they are on our economy. Their economy can be WRECKED in a heartbeat.

    Tread lightly or get squashed.

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  8. NJF says:

    Right on scedule.

    Liked by 2 people

    • Nigella says:

      There are no words… At least not words I can use here

      Liked by 13 people

    • fred5678 says:

      McCain still will be doing this well into VSGDJT’s second term.

      Remember the 70’s SNL sketches about Spain’s Franco still being dead?

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

      10 years from now …..

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    • joeknuckles says:

      This was most likely written by McCain’s owners. They don’t even need to go through him any more. The same will happen when his wife inherits the family business.

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    • Robert Smith says:

      I don’t think John’s standing.

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    • Amy2 says:

      Uh, no John. Americans don’t stand with NAFTA. We stand with our president.

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    • All I want- excellent post, Amen!

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    • 🍺Gunny66 says:

      Hey, McStain.

      I want you to be hung by a rope until your body rots off, then buried in Vietnam, in an unmarked grave just like those more than 1200 POW’s you left behind.

      Then you can burn in hell for eternity for the others you have killed, all your wives you have betrayed and beaten, and for the traitor you are.

      And by the way. STFU.

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    • Donna in Oregon says:

      Meanwhile, the Arizona GOP website only has eyes for Donald J. Trump!
      http://www.az.gop/

      Secondly, there should be a push for the AG of Arizona to look into the McCain Institute’s Russian collusion connection to the dossier. Also, any connections to ISIS/Libya/Syria weapons transfer. Particularly, connections to Benghazi.

      Come on fellas……we know McCain wouldn’t be able to resist the neocon lure of war. We have the pictures. There is a story, it just needs to be told.

      Read his friendly Swamp reporter rags like this one:

      https://www.denverpost.com/2017/12/18/mccain-is-a-tireless-voice-for-democracy-the-world-over/

      They tell us where McCain focused and then it’s just a short hop, skip and jump to where the money deals and shenanigans (a la Clinton Foundation) begin….. Dirty, dirty, dirty people.

      “McCain being McCain, when I asked him during a recent conversation in his Senate office why he devotes so much energy to such trips, he shied away from grand pronouncements and began telling stories instead.

      About the time he helped head off a Russian-inspired coup in the tiny Balkan nation of Montenegro.

      About walking through Tripoli, Libya, with U.S. Ambassador Christopher Stevens in 2012 as dozens and then hundreds and thousands of Libyans gathered, honking their horns and shouting, “Thank you, USA,” for America’s part in overthrowing Moammar Gaddafi.”

      McCain loses his Senate seat in November 2018. Bye bye.

      Doesn’t matter if he lives or dies, he’s gone.

      We need to roll up their dynasties like the McCain Institute, the Clinton Foundation, all of Soros’ filthy anti-American “charities”. That should be our focus. Sue them, audit them, destroy them. These evil people should not live on thru their tax deductible terrorist organizations.

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      • singingsoul says:

        How can anyone take Mc Cain serious since he has a brain tumor?
        I mean is he ill with the tumor or not? I am sure he is also over medicated and that makes people delusional.

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      • Payday says:

        He’s not up for re election in 2018. Flake is.

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      • Liberty Forge says:

        I am going to repeat your last paragraph — because I believe it is important — and, I also believe it could be unfortunately missed.

        It really should happen:

        We need to roll up their dynasties like the McCain Institute, the Clinton Foundation, all of Soros’ filthy anti-American “charities”. That should be our focus. Sue them, audit them, destroy them. These evil people should not live on thru their tax deductible terrorist organizations.

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    • I’m sure he was hallucinating when he wrote that. 😈

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    • Koot Katmando says:

      I can not believe I voted for him. Probably because I like Sarah at the time.

      Liked by 3 people

      • cthulhu says:

        I still admire Palin. Perhaps she’d have a more prominent role on the world’s stage today if she hadn’t gotten entangled with that swamp creature.

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        • Singer says:

          Sarah was the promise of the future for the Republican Party…Therefore, she had to be eliminated from ever realizing that potential. McCain was an all-to-willing recruit in her demise. Nicole Wallace was also one of the saboteurs. Knowing what we know now, it’s glaringly obvious.

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    • fleporeblog says:

      Lucifer needs to die already! His father wants him back in hell! This man is the biggest POS in the entire world.

      Liked by 7 people

    • H.R. says:

      Dear Senator McCain,

      Just die already, m’kay?

      There is a new industry just waiting to be born; concessionaires and tour bus operators who will bring people by the busload to be hydrated before pissing on your grave. If you die now, you will create thousands of tourism-related jobs.

      Senator McCain, we are counting on you to do your part to Make America Great Again, so please die quickly. It’s the least you can do for America.

      Sincere thanks from,
      A Concerned Citizen

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    • kayray444 says:

      So terribly sick of this man.

      Liked by 1 person

    • We were warned that NAFTA would suck the jobs out, then the jobs got sucked out. Americans voted for Trump to do exactly what he is doing. I stand with Trump.

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    • TAS says:

      “pro-globalization” = pro new world order = pro one world government. McCain’s a traitor.

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    • pokey says:

      John McCain says he speaks for me? Since when, John? This is the most insulting tweet I have ever read(if it isn’t a spoof). I can’t remember a time when John McCain ever spoke for me. Does he really think we share values with these countries? I still can’t believe I had to vote for John McCain to keep a card carrying Communist out of our White House, but I did, and comments like this make me think I voted for the wrong Collectivist. Before you pass your baton, John, get a copy of our Constitution and get someone with a soothing voice to read it to you very slowly and very clearly so you can understand the parts where Americans want to join the Global Socialists or even the Gang Green. That should occupy you for the rest of yours days, I betcha.

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      • Payday says:

        Of course, I too voted for McCain. But am damn glad Obozo won. Obozo brought us PT. McCain would have brought us slower destruction, but a continued trajectory, and more leftist loons and RINOs to follow.

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    • Carrie2 says:

      guru1966, the first 3 are great possibilities and no way Donald, Jr. nor Sarah Sanders although she is great where she is and could be a great appointee for a department, Sarah Palin also but will she be willing to run as president but this time a REAL VP. So right now 4 possibles young enough, smart enough and will continue MAGA great and I think our current president would also make suggestions for whoever is to follow.

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    • dallasdan says:

      Hey, John, Larry the cable guy read your tweet and said “That’s some funny **** right there. I don’t care who you are.”

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    • mr.piddles says:

      This missive from Senator John McCain (R-AZ) is actually quite disturbing. When compacted into 140 characters or less the ideology is laid bare. And it’s kinda scary.

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  9. Donna in Oregon says:

    Almost feel sorry for Justin, he fell for it. President Trump played him like a Stradivarius violin.

    The G6 must feel like tools about now…..

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  10. Liberty Forge says:

    “I didn’t have to do this, folks.”
    A quote from our amazing President. He has said this many times. We need to fully understand what this man is doing. Think!!!
    No, he did not have to do any of this. He had an amazing life as it was.
    He is doing this for US.
    He did not have to. But, you know what, I don’t believe anyone else could have done what Donald J. Trump is doing at this time in history. NO ONE.
    This man is sacrificing for US. Think about that. This one man — is giving HIS life for US!!
    Let us hope he succeeds.

    Liked by 19 people

    • Donna in Oregon says:

      It’s a sacrifice, yes. President Trump did us a favor no one can repay.

      But if we are being honest. Pretty sure he enjoyed this today. ‘Cause these G6 people are the most pompous a-holes eva’

      POTUS wiped the smiles right off their faces. bwaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa

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  11. jeans2nd says:

    The Koala Roars…
    “The president was on fire in those meetings…” Larry Kudlow

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  12. Jimmy Jack says:

    I love Trump more every hour of every day.

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  13. [reposted from TruDope thread]

    Remember when they said they could never do a Trade Deal with “pending” tariffs on Steel and Aluminum?

    … So President Trump ACTIVATED the tariffs.

    Now TruDope says he could never do a Trade Deal with “reviews against performance milestones”?

    … Son CANCEL NAFTA.

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  14. A2 says:

    I finished reading the G-7 communique. I see why the US would sign as there were exemptions included by the US. All good, as it was just mostly an agreement of common ground.

    Then the perfidious French.

    From hindsight, the two youngest and most inexperienced leaders tag-teamed before the summit and plotted this out, from the public statements prior to the summit, to the wink and handshake stunt, then after POTUS left, the very public back-stabbing. Too bad the deux corniaud do not fully realize that actions and words have consequences. They are probably giggling and toasting their stupidity. But not for long.

    I seriously doubt Merkel or May, despite their strongly stated differences with the US over tariffs were a party to these childish pranks. They know what consequences mean and were there to negotiate.

    Just my two loonies.

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    • KBR says:

      I cannot see why USA would ever sign a document stating
      “International taxes”
      Global…citizens”

      That rag document might as well have been titled “Death to USA!”

      Makes me wonder if the whole document was changed after PDJT left.

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    • BakoCarl says:

      Two loonies with getcha a toonie.

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  15. Troublemaker10 says:

    Actually, this sounds a little desperate on Canada’s part to me.

    I do have a question though. If America is buying those cars, and they are made of 60% American parts….

    Then why don’t we just manufacture the darn things here? It is Canada making them, not a third world country. The labor difference can’t be so big that it adds that much to the price.

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  16. KBR says:

    Anybody heard any response from Putin to Trump saying that Russia should be a member of the G-group?

    Liked by 1 person

    • rsmith1776 says:

      In all honesty, Vladimir – a pig, but he has a higher IQ than Justine and Emanuelle combined – knew in a matter of seconds our President was trolling the retarded.

      Liked by 3 people

      • Lack is not all says:

        In MO Putin is the only world leader who somehow approaches Trump’s intelligence and common sense. The rest are worthless . They need to be replaced as soon as their peoples wake up. Macron was selected by Trump but he made a huge mistake during the G7. Forget Macron now. Lets see how the Italian guy performs. Trump is trying to help him. Ler’s see if he uses his good luck wisely.

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      • cozette says:

        rsmith1776 In all honesty you know NOTHING about Putin except what #fakenews propogandists have told you. These are the same progandists who have told us the President Trump is Putins pig. Why do you believe anything they tell you? Considering how much they hate Putin, he must be awesome imho.

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        • rsmith1776 says:

          Cozette, your arrogance in presuming where I get my information from or what I know about Putin is breathtaking. It takes a particular breed of simplistic thinking to believe that the world is in black and white and the enemy of your enemy is your friend. Vladimir Putin is a horrible person and, yes, morally a pig.

          You feel free to believe he is “awesome”.

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  17. theresanne says:

    LOL~ Cowardly Justin waited until President Trump was on his way out of town to take his “stand”. Guess he didn’t know President Trump has a computer and Internet on AF-1. Wonder how brave he feels after reading those acid tweets~

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  18. Ad rem says:

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  19. Charlotte says:

    Trump slams Canadian PM as ‘dishonest and weak,’ White House Official Calls Trudeau a “F*cking Worm”

    https://truepundit.com/trump-slams-canadian-pm-as-dishonest-and-weak-white-house-official-calls-trudeau-a-fcking-worm/

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    • Charlotte says:

      Meanwhile, a high-ranking White House official called Trudeau a “f-ing worm” and said Trump planned to keep “the heat” on him in the coming days as part of negotiations for better trade deals for the U.S.

      Edited by Admin…

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  20. NoJuan Importante says:

    I still remember this ad being one of the greatest ever. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=vST61W4bGm8

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  21. Vince says:

    It sounds like Canada has chosen to be made an example of. We will soon be better trading partners with North Korea.

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  22. BakoCarl says:

    Article title from The GateWay Pundit: “John McCain Undercuts President Trump With Foreign Leaders as He Leaves G7 and Heads for North Korea Meeting”.

    Many idiot reporters leave out the “tries to”. “John McCain Tries To Undercut President Trump With Foreign Leaders as He Leaves G7 and Heads for North Korea Meeting”.

    No way is traitor McCain’s attempt going to be successful. It’s only his goal . . . and it will fail miserably.

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    • KBR says:

      John McCain is either in late-stage cancer of the BRAIN in which case he is INCAPABLE of trying to do much of anything,

      OR John McCain does NOT have brain CA at all, and was taking the cowards way out to gain sympathy and fake his death before indictment as a traitor.

      Enough already!

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      • KBR says:

        Not u BakoCarl, never enough from YOU.

        Enough already with MSM utilizing a dying brain as a source.
        OR
        Enough already with the LIE that McCain even has or ever had, cancer of the brain.

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      • Dutchman says:

        Obviously, John McCain does NOT have brain cancer!

        Got to have a BRAIN, in order to have brain cancer.

        Looking forward to irrigating his final resting placr, and living in Az. won’t have to travel far!

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    • piper567 says:

      really happy to see you here Carl !

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  23. luke says:

    Damn I know I’m speaking into an echo chamber here….but this so f…… awesome. Haven’t had much time to comment lately but I love you Treepers. Trump’s presidency is proof that God still smiles on America.

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  24. LibertyONE says:

    It may take some time, BUT this country IF Pres. Trump goes full speed in establishing a manufacturing base in this country CAN produce almost everything it now imports. REMEMBER, before the Global Elite screwed this country we WERE the greatest manufacturing country!

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  25. rsmith1776 says:

    Perhaps this is not something that rubs a majority of our dear treepers wrong, and certainly there are more relevant issues at stake…. BUT I cannot listen to this repulsive, effeminate idiot talking anymore about opportunities for women and girls, education for women and girls, advancement of women and girls etc. etc. etc.

    How about opportunities for all HUMAN BEINGS, you bigoted moron?

    President Trump is truly, genuinely, and emphatically the LEAST bigoted leader in the world right now. His policies are incredibly unifying, IF HONESTLY ASSESSED, as they advance the interests of boys and girls, of women and men, of straight and gay, of black, white, hispanic, asian and whatever, even the interests of castrated clowns of the Trudeau type.

    I am sure the President approaches these negotiations in a cerebral, practical manner…

    Yet porno princess Justine Trudeau just inserted the personal element into it.

    Can his pretty Bollywood derriere cash the checks his crooked mouth is signing??

    BRING IT ON.

    And, Mr. President, do not be afraid of ripping him a new one. “He” [pardon my wrong pronouns] might be grateful to you, in his impeding retirement.

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  26. USA loves Melania says:

    “President Trump is looking out for generations…. and generations of generations”

    I love all of the real tangible things President Trump has done for our country, but I think one of the most important and lasting gifts he has given us is intangible, it’s a gift of spirit, of heart. He taught us to believe we could win again. That’s huge. Without that you’ve got nothing. I’ve been a loser all my life. Nobody can lose like me, believe me. But it’s been almost 3 years to the day since President Trump came down the escalator and made a really big announcement and for 3 years now I’ve felt like a winner every day. I’m not alone, there are millions of other ten-time-losers out there who have been transformed into hundred-time-winners ever since President Trump came along. He was just the perfect man for the moment. He’s like William Wallace or Joan of Arc, rallying a nation of broken spirits to get up and fight and win. I think that’s his greatest gift to us. I hope somebody good gets sworn in come January 2025, but it will be a sad day no matter who it is. But it’s okay because President Trump has given us what we need to continue the fight long after he’s gone. He’s given us hope. He’s given us heart and spirit. He’s shown us that it’s possible to fight against all the odds and win big and have fun doing it. Nobody can take that away. We’re going to keep winning for many many years to come.

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  27. Fools Gold says:

    Ba bye NAFTA, I believe he told us that before he left…give me a call when you can find a pants/suit that ain’t gay.

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  28. NJF says:

    Ha.

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  29. treehouseron says:

    It’s a damn shame that our good friends the Canadian People aren’t going to be on this rocket economy with us. We had hoped the good people of Canada would be able to share in the benefits, but I suppose their Prime Minister has decided differently for them.

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  30. IMO Donald J. Trump may be the most successful human being to have ever lived on planet Earth.

    Think about it; a multi-billionaire businessman who can not be bought or corrupted has gone on to become the President of the United States, the most powerful man in the world, and is loved by tens of millions of his fellow citizens and others around the globe.

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  31. treehouseron says:

    The whole problem Trudeau has is that President Trump cannot respect him. He respects Macron who has shown political shrewdness, he respects Merkel who has shown political shrewdness, he certainly respects Abe…. but how can he respect Justin from Canada, who has no discernible talent or knowledge of anything? This guy is the definition of a lightweight. This guy makes Marco Rubio look like Ronald Reagan.

    Similar thing going on with May. President Trump just doesn’t see any ‘there’ there, and if you look close you won’t either.

    President Trump is also a big believer in polls, and the polls for Justin are horrible, and May failed to get enough support last election, she had to make a deal to stay in office.

    He’s forward thinking, he already knows Justin is gone. Justin cannot play hardball because he has the smallest economy in the G7, he has no negotiating talent, and only enjoys a friendly relationship with the President because of the goodwill we share towards the Canadian people, and the generally classy nature of the President. As soon as Justin pushes or gets a little preachy, President Trump is fully in his own right to thump him one, as he did today.

    He did the same thing with May. He has no respect for her, so when they started talking about the Queen’s invitation and everything, when the UK showed him the slightest hint of disrespect he said screw it, I’m not coming.

    He would likely show much more deference and pliability to Japan if a disagreement came up. Hell he showed more respect to Kim Jung Un than he does to Justin, at least Kim is trying to do something to help his own people! Justin is screwing over Canada, that can’t sit good with the President.

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  32. Dutchman says:

    But, but, nothing will come of any of this,….
    Cause Sessions will NEVER enforce the Tarriffs! Eeyore, eeyore, troll, troll.

    Sorry, I did say I wouldnt crow, but couldnt resist a little gloating.

    Seriously, amazing how many less posts there are, and less acrimony, of late.

    Where have all the Sessions bashers gone,
    Long time posting?
    Gone to other sites everyone, when will they ever learn, when will they EVER learn.

    Wonder where DURBIN is, lately, and what he’s doing? He loves being in front of the camerss, but havent seen him much, since the whole sh*thole fiasco. Wonder if once burned, twice learned, or if hes caught up in the DWS scandal?

    I am also wondering, long term how much effect DJT will have on populism around the world?

    Ms LaPenn, for instance. Italy, Poland, Hungary,..its a start. Will voters in other countries vote in Govt that can work with DJT, when they see the results of their current panty waist globalist losers getting pimp slapped?

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    • rsmith1776 says:

      There is no connection between Sessions and the tariffs!

      There’s something unsavory in “gloating” about things that shouldn’t separate us – we all hope for good outcomes. Including the A. G. simply DOING HIS JOB. Finally.

      That wouldn’t make him a hero, but barely competent, if slow.

      Ms. “LaPenn” (I trust you mean Marine Le Pen) has little chance of ever winning in France, simply because the socialists/communists + the Islamists are already too many to ever be overcome, in free elections.

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    • Payday says:

      Why are you here?

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  33. treehouseron says:

    Another thing to think about… President Trump, as you know, is very savvy, and very much plays the game. So he’s doing three things of note today.

    1. Started the whole ball rolling by speaking at length about how Russia ought to be back in the G7, knowing this would start all the talking heads bitching and moaning
    2. Openly trashed CNN in a fiery press conference
    3. Openly trashed our nearest neighbor, the longest peaceful border in the world, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau after Trudeau tried to play him.

    ———————-

    This is all designed to be digested by Kim Jung Un. If Little Kim has any tricks planned, perhaps he’ll think twice.

    President Trump has now moved beyond just helping the U.S., he’s now helping the WORLD. Just today he tried to straighten up Russia, Canada, CNN, and now onto Korea!

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  34. Charlotte says:

    Trump Nails Trade Hypocrisy

    “Does Canada actually impose a 270% tariff on American dairy products, as Trump keeps saying? Yes, it does, according to the Canadian Broadcasting Company:

    Canada levies a tariff of 270 per cent on milk, 245 per cent on cheese and 298 per cent on butter in an effort to keep imports out and tightly control supply.

    So Trump is right. A world without tariffs is a desirable goal, but a world in which the U.S. has no tariffs, but other countries erect barriers to our products, is not. ”

    http://www.powerlineblog.com/archives/2018/06/trump-nails-trade-hypocrisy.php

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    • robins111 says:

      What they are not pointing out in any of these discussions over the tariffs on dairy, is that the Canadian consumer pays for the government inflated domestic price, and the 270% tariff on the American imports, is gobbled up by the Canadian government in duties, and again is being paid by canadian citizens.

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      • donkirchoff says:

        Yes, President Trump is making life better, not only for Americans, but for hard-working folks around the world. Hopefully more will see the merits of fair and free trade capitalism and throw out their socialist-leaning politicians.

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  35. Charlotte says:

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  36. k4jjj says:

    All the Canadians who hate President Trump can stop using our doctors and hospitals when their healthcare system puts them on ice as they lay dying. Also, we Americans don’t need Canadian snowbirds spending the winter in our southern states, driving up costs for our seniors.

    We elected Donald Trump. Canadians who hate Donald Trump hate us. We put him in office.

    Canadians put Justin Trudeau in office.

    I rest my case.

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  37. donkirchoff says:

    Canadian voters will wise up to their wimpy Trudeau, just as surely as American voters wised up to our failed, fickle Obama.

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  38. Elwood says:

    The boy had to think of something to make everyone forget the brown shoes with tight blue suit.

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  39. Sunshine says:

    NAVARRO on FOX re Justin’s stunt: A special place in ”Hell”.

    https://video.foxnews.com/v/5795855776001/?#sp=show-clips

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  40. rudy1876 says:

    Canadians infests Washington! From 2012 but still…. https://youtu.be/utfPAE2I8DA

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    • JoAnn Leichliter says:

      Sounds as if those dairy tariffs are quite painful to Canadians, since they apparently can’t get enough of Costco’s American milk.

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  41. noswamp says:

    That photo of Merkel leaning on the desk with her green dress and Trump looking at her with his arms folded, with Bolton and Kudlow as well as Abe there was very special. I think it was the first time I can remember that a photo expressed more emotion than a painting could ever do, even a Jon McNaughton painting.

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  42. Ray Matt says:

    What’s not been reported: During the G7 summit, Trump made a big concession to Trudeau on the 5 year sunset clause. And so Trump was taken back by Trudeau’s belligerent stance at his G7 press conference and that’s why Trump responded like he did.

    http://brianlilley.com/what-trudeau-did-to-set-trump-off-it-will-surprise-you/

    Trudeau and his Secretary of State Freeland continues pushing the ridiculous narrative that Trump thinks Canada poses a literal physical security threat and that this is just sooo insulting to Canadians. Trudeau set the whole narative up when he leaked the contents of a private phone conversation with Trump to CNN’s Acosta. CNN then spun the story that Trump had claimed the War of 1812 as a reason to place national security restrictions on Canadian products. Trudeau’s office later told Canadian reporters it was a joke. Meanwhile other MSM networks picked up on the story and Trump was ridiculed cuz he didn’t know his history and wasn’t fit to be president.

    http://brianlilley.com/how-insanely-stupid-is-justin-trudeaus-team/

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