President Trump Tells U.K. Media a Failed Economic Brexit Likely Means No U.S. Trade Deal Possible…

President Trump gave Rupert Murdoch (British U.K. Sun) an interview prior to leaving Washington DC for Brussels and the NATO summit.   Mr. Multinational Murdoch is severely against President Trump’s trade positions and wants to retain control over the global trade structure.   Murdoch personally has billions of dollars dependent on retaining the current globalist multinational trade scheme.

That’s the backdrop to understand the timing and presentation of the interview content.

As to the substance of the interview, President Trump is 100% accurate.  If the U.K. keeps the pre-existing trade pact with the EU, and essentially stays economically attached to the EU through acquiescence to the EU trade bloc, then any bilateral trade deal between the U.S. and the U.K. is essentially impossible.   Duh.

The EU doesn’t allow member nations to conduct their own trade negotiations.  So, any agreement that keeps the U.K attached to the EU economically means any trade deal with the U.K. would be a trade deal with the EU; and the EU trade positions are adverse to the ongoing economic interests of the United States.

This factual reality is the basis for President Trump telling The Sun any trade deal with the U.K. will be impossible under the current ‘Brexit’ terms that Prime Minister Theresa May has consigned herself to accept.   According to the interview President Trump warned Prime Minister May of this likelihood. Mrs. May then screwed herself and her nation’s economic interests by following the path of appeasement with the European Union.  It is not Trump’s fault for calling out the reality of the British economic position.

If President Trump speaking honestly about the economic consequence from PM May’s decision causes consternation, well, so be it.  When the Brits get done gnashing their teeth, the math remains unchanged.  Attach yourself to the EU and no bilateral trade deal with the United States is possible.  No amount of foot-stomping is going to change that.

The Brits can kick out Theresa May and do what they should have done two years ago; withdrawn from the European Union – a ‘hard Brexit’.  Or, if they like the way things are going…. just keep on keeping on.  It’s their decision.

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345 Responses to President Trump Tells U.K. Media a Failed Economic Brexit Likely Means No U.S. Trade Deal Possible…

  1. MaryfromMarin says:

    aka, “Brexit or Bust”.

    Liked by 19 people

  2. Walter Thomas says:

    Good article. Hits the nail right on the head. Trump remains true to Trump and to his promises, both to our allies and to American voters. I am astonished at the winning but not tired. Go Trump Go!!!!

    Liked by 31 people

  3. palafox says:

    Remember yesterday when you said you couldn’t like Trump any more than you did then? Well, do you feel foolish now?

    Liked by 31 people

  4. Piper77 says:

    Honestly, I don’t know how I feel about this. Part of me thinks it’s wrong to give an interview critical of May before they meet. I like how Trump tells it like it is but I think he should have waited until after they had a formal discussion.

    Liked by 1 person

    • lastinillinois says:

      He was just laying the groundwork for the meet, confirming it would be held on his terms.

      Pres Trump is a master at media manipulation.

      The Dems can only wish to use the media the way Pres Trump does.
      In actuality, the Dems dont use the media at all, the media uses the Dems.

      Liked by 31 people

      • Turranos says:

        That’s because there are not enough brain cells to go around!

        Liked by 1 person

      • wheatietoo says:

        “In actuality, the Dems dont use the media at all, the media uses the Dems.”
        ____

        They are both owned by their Globalist masters, who use them both to forward the globalist agenda.

        The Dems and the enemedia use each other in the service of their globalist overlords…to craft their False Narratives.

        That’s why it always looks so ‘coordinated’.
        The enemedia thralls will tee up a story…and the Dems will parrot it.

        Or the Dems will tee up topic…and the enemedia will run with it, to give it ‘credibility’.

        Whenever there is something that threatens to expose the truth about the Dems…the enemedia will throw themselves on it, like it’s a live grenade…and kill the story.

        The Enemedia & the Dems are both just pawns for the Globalistas.

        Liked by 18 people

      • LafnH20 says:

        The media uses dems…

        Spot On, lastinillinois!!

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    • POTUS isn’t stupid. He knew full well what they would do.

      Liked by 17 people

    • The Demon Slick says:

      May had a tremendous opportunity to ally herself with President Trump. As one of the few NATO countries meeting the treaty obligations financially, she could have at least mildly agreed. She said nothing. And Trump talks to her by phone, he told her already, just like he’s been telling NATO for quite some time. None of this is sudden or new.

      Liked by 17 people

      • Turranos says:

        This pie was baked a long, long time ago. Who is the villain here. It’s May and she will continue to disrespect the will of the British people until they get rid of her. Trump could have given that interview months ago and nothing would have changed.

        Liked by 12 people

        • musicdoc2020 says:

          I don’t recall Trump going after a politician before a meet like May this time. Theirs a revolt in the air and Trump is giving it a douse of gasoline. It’s like he wants to see May gone and packing. But remember there is a history here of prior meets and Theresa went against the Brexit folks and Trump’s suggestions so now the hammer is coming out.

          And Trump never starts with the hammer so now it’s probably too late for May. Good luck England. Change course or a storm is coming..

          Liked by 1 person

        • Curry Worsham says:

          She’s a Globalist thrall. She has no choice. (Okay, I just wanted to use that word.)

          Liked by 7 people

        • Mark L. says:

          May is controlled by the Globalists. She is like our ol Barry.

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      • i2choose says:

        In the U.K. it is very much like the US, was. Cabal puppet government going against the wishes of the people. The majority want out of the EU, probably a majority are for a hard Brexit. This even with the MSM propaganda in full flow against Brexit, and Globalist oligarchs going full gloom and doom if the U.K. does not effectively remain in the Customs Union. The real problem is that the government opposition is full on Socialist/Marxist. Collapse this Government and there is a chance the lunatic left get into power. The people outside of politics are desperate, perhaps even rebellious now. The only cure is for PDJT to bring down the hammer on the deep state, so that the domino effect changes EVERYTHING.

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      • May COULD have been PDJT’s Thatcher and Pope Francis COULD have been PJDT’s Pope John Paul II. Instead, May is a globalist’s puppet and Francis is just a well intentioned, but ignorant of true American Judeo Christian history, South American communist educated puppet as well. Into appeasing Islam, China and globalists.

        It is not the first time that the Church, like right minded citizens everywhere, is led by someone with an agenda wholly different from Christ’s.

        As with right minded citizens everywhere, the rank and file lay people and the clergy are full of daring, heroic, humble people stepping up to help in any world disaster….getting slapped by a politicized and sexualized Vatican and a globalist funded USCCB (US Catholic Conference of Bishops – who took in 186 MILLION from the feds the last two years of OBama’s regime to accept unvetted, disease laden illegals who were then shipped to a suspiciously disproportionate amount of conservative region parishes).

        May is doing the same, repulsive thing to her right minded citizens.

        Was it here or elsewhere that I read that a whole burrough of London, filled with Jews and Christians, had its votes completely nullified in the election of the Islamic jihadist mayor?

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    • the phoenix says:

      Oh, I know exactly how I feel, Piper77!

      I read this and grinned really big …
      … and said a prayer thanking God.

      🙂 🙂 🙂

      Liked by 4 people

    • wholland50 says:

      If they expect civility, then they should give civility. London had the big chicken Trump balloon flying over Parliament. Besides, this is the big leagues. Mrs. May is out of her depth. She is weak, otherwise Trump could not get away with this interview. This interview by Trump is a message to the British people to replace her with a MBGA Prime Minister

      Liked by 18 people

      • wholland50 says:

        Come to think of it, MEGA makes more sense; Make England Great Again

        Liked by 11 people

      • dekester says:

        W50,
        You are spot on. It is nearly 0500 here in the U.K.
        May is on the “ rack” and is under real pressure from many in her own party, the opposition party and the E.U.
        Her pal Juncker was featured on a news clip earlier staggering around, and had to be held up, as he was visibly weak, drunk or both.

        PDJT has many supporters here and the number is growing.They are just fairly quiet about it.

        Your President is truly the worlds leader. It’s too bad that when in the U.S. he has to endure the criminals, corruptocrats and clowns within his own party, and the MSM.

        He is the BIG wheel.

        No one here knows who Flake is, Chis Wallace, Chris Stirewalt or the rest of the # never trump bottom feeders.

        God bless PDJT

        Liked by 36 people

        • Maquis says:

          Our Man in London!
          Stay safe Dekester, and keep writing. Merveille!

          Liked by 1 person

        • StanH says:

          That’s awesome Dekester. We’ll let the you guys use our great President and First Lady for a couple days. He’ll help Brexit back into the fore the rest is up to the free British. God Bless and be safe.

          MBGA!

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        • lokiscout says:

          “PDJT has many supporters here and the number is growing.They are just fairly quiet about it.”

          Sounds like California where I live!

          Be safe, Dekester! Enjoy Scotland!

          Liked by 2 people

        • I want the people to realize just how much this man has risked and lost in order to fulfill what he considers a missionf or which his whole life he has been training.

          There is not one person in a billion who would put their life on the line and give up that kind of safety and comfort and wealth, with clearly no agenda for political power, but an empathy with the people with whom he better relates than with his snobby, hobnobbing financial peers.

          It is mind boggling to let himself be hated with such breathtaking depth and Melania is extraordinary to be motivated to do real good, rather than hide out and resent the threat to her exclusive and safe lifestyle.

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    • Paul Killinger says:

      Since he gave this interview PRIOR to traveling to Europe, it was a part of his overall PLAN!

      Liked by 12 people

    • kiskiminetas says:

      Our president does what’s right for us and what he said was true. May and other globalist countries want Trump to acquiesce to them. He will never do that and rightfully so. They are the ones who put themselves in the precarious positions they are in now. Also what he has said to them and on other fronts is rooted in the MAGA ideology. It is all about taking our nation back which requires carrying a big stick and never being afraid to use it.

      Liked by 13 people

    • Donna in Oregon says:

      Fairly certain President Trump had this conversation with Theresa May last year.

      Mrs. May knows what time it is…..is anyone left that hasn’t given their notice yet? She knows.

      Liked by 10 people

    • lin says:

      Piper77, Trump always knows how to play his cards. He knows when to push and he knows their buttons. I think he studies everyone he is going to negotiate with then uses his sixth sense..he is just brilliant. He wins also because he is honest and focused.

      There’s a card game called Trump and when you have the A & the 3 of whatever suit becomes Trump…well ya just can’t beat those Trumps. And our Presidents name is Trump …and we always win. Interesting really.

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    • AH_C says:

      Oh believe me, it’s strategic. He’s not interested in coddling May. He is speaking directly to the silent majority of England. Giving them a reason to believe in themselves and take back government from the elites.

      While our constitution implicitly acknowledges that governments govern only with the support and consent of the people. That other countries do not acknowledge that fact of life doesn’t change the truth.

      Trump holds that truth to heart, that we are all created equal. And this is his way of reaching out to our allies, the true allies which are the peoples of their nation. As much as those leaders hate his “truth mongering”, they are powerless to censor him. Even in China.

      It is because of Trump that Iran is rumbling with discontent of the oppressed people. They wouldn’t dare dream of trying to push out the mullahs if Hillary was POTUS. They’ve seen what she did to Libya and Syria, as much as they may despise the mullahs, they dread total anarchy.

      MAGA

      Liked by 10 people

    • I honestly think Trump decided the time was perfect to topple Theresa “FiveEyes” May. Magnificent orchestration. Straight out of Sun Tzu.

      Liked by 8 people

  5. Our President Trump just wants the U.K. Brexit voters to WIN. They really need to find out what that’s like for a change.

    Liked by 21 people

  6. lastinillinois says:

    Wow, what a news day – AGAIN!!!

    Sure am glad I found this here Treehouse a while back, dont know how I would be able to manage the intake of all the winning orherwise.

    Liked by 23 people

  7. sundance says:

    Don’t let anyone know I said this…. However, I can see a scenario where Trump/May pull off a reverse NAFTA loophole.

    Meaning the U.K. becomes a trade gateway to the EU for terms of benefit to the U.S. and U.K. exclusively.

    I can almost guarantee you that’s the trade proposal Trump described to PM May; and she’s too fraidy cat to try it out.

    But don’t tell anyone I said that.

    Liked by 62 people

    • Paul says:

      Agree

      Liked by 1 person

    • ForGodandCountry says:

      LOL

      You give May too much credit for intelligence, SD. She had the chance to do this, and she blew it. IF this comes about, it won’t be through Teresa May, but rather a new UK PM.

      POTUS holds all the cards. He will tell the brits through back channels who he is willing to do a deal like this with, and I’d bet you $100 to your $.01 it won’t be Teresa May.

      Liked by 7 people

      • Sy_N_Tist says:

        After another day of congressional hearings without any indictments or even a bad paper cut, I find your post highly ironic. 😂🤣😃

        What a day!

        Liked by 2 people

        • Sy_N_Tist says:

          Dang… that was supposed to post to Mark!

          That’s it. Heading to bed

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        • Sunshine says:

          Well…maybe I’m an idiot but I know I’m not.
          It’s much easier to listen to DJT speaking in the interview than reading the interview.
          And this post is about the UK and DJT. And you have the spoken interview

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    • mj_inOC says:

      Maybe a luncheon with Pompeo and Ivanka might make that happen…

      Liked by 1 person

    • C. L Roemke says:

      If :’The EU doesn’t allow member nations to conduct their own trade negotiations.’ why did Germany negotiate their deal for gas from Russia?

      Liked by 12 people

      • G. Combs says:

        Because Germany IS the EU!

        Liked by 12 people

      • Germany’s Gas Deal with Russia:

        PERFECT precedent for UK Deal with America.

        Liked by 6 people

        • In fact, let’s ship MASSIVE amounts of Coal to fire up UK Power Plants … and back door the surplus to every country that surrounds Germany…

          Liked by 4 people

          • “Beautiful Clean Coal … coming to a Power Plant Near YOU.”

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            • Black (and others who wrote about this)– All of Germany’s energy problems came about because they caved in to the “climate change ” BS and got rid of their nuclear, coal, gas, etc. to help save the planet.

              Meanwhile, as we all know, solar and wind power just don’t cut it. Plus, there was the corruption aspect regarding the former Government Big Shot who is making a bundle off the Russia deal as our President Trump pointed out.

              Liked by 5 people

              • Cuppa Covfefe says:

                Gerhard Schröder, SPD (Marxist), who is a crook. His “administration” was a coalition with the Greens, a reaction to the fake “scandal” that Helmut Kohl found himself in back in 1998. (See, we have lying, conniving DEMONcRATs, too).

                Schröder was a master of disaster: he’s create a problem, then the Marxist structure to “solve” it. So many costly, ridiculous laws appeared from out of nowhere because of this unholy (in the REAL sense) alliance between the reds and the greens. As an example,
                wasps, raccoons, and many other pests are PROTECTED – normal folk (like me) can’t just kill or trap them. We can’t cut down or seriously prune trees and hedges from March to September (or even October) because it might cause problems for the “native inhabitants of the environment”. Hmmm. I think I paid for my house and garden… and I’ve been here longer than the “umwelt”. It’s stupid in the extreme. Schröder was truly our Øbozo.

                And out of this idiocy (idiocracy?) was born Mutti Merkel, destroyer of the German economy, culture, and now it seems, people. Never mind the fact that we’ve never had a tsunami in Germany since the days of Noah, we need to get rid of nuclear power, “just in case”. Odd then, how she doesn’t look ahead to see what the influx of Moslem warriors is going to do to us… Sigh. We need a VSGPDJT too, and MGGA…

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          • Ray Runge says:

            Texas will tell you that LNG can fix the entire problem.

            Liked by 4 people

    • Sunshine says:

      In other words, like China is doing.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Carrie2 says:

      sd, only underlines there are many cowards in the EU and yet they know something has to be done to save their country. Not bold enough to move forward and will continue to cower to the muslims taking over the EU. Breixt is wanted by the English citizens but how they will get it is still a mystery. They are not accustomed in these days to stand up and fight and take down their supposed government. Let’s pray and wish them well to have their freedom back!

      Liked by 11 people

    • 🍺Gunny says:

      No issues……we’re sleeping……wait….

      Liked by 1 person

    • kiskiminetas says:

      Nah I would never tell anybody about that…wink,wink.

      Liked by 1 person

    • lin says:

      Well PM May has no ” style” so when there is no style there is no guts…so yes fraidy cat will give a meek meow as the ship sales away with the mice.

      Liked by 1 person

    • magacombover says:

      BRILLIANT!

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    • Ditch Mitch says:

      I can see that happening SD. The interview was a warning with the chance to heed the warning during PDJT’s visit to the UK.

      PDJT also gave a warning to lil Cankles about trade with Russia. And both those women are in trouble with their voters.

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    • Curry Worsham says:

      Our lips are sealed. 🙂

      Liked by 1 person

    • Mum’s the word, Sundance.

      You don’t mean that POTUS would get the EU to push the UK for a HARD BREXIT to eliminate a YUGE back-door flood of American Exports, do you?

      • Because the UK wouldn’t be collecting or would be exempting American Exports from Tariff collection … and vice versa?

      • Or because the UK would be applying Tariffs collected on American Exports to cover American Tariffs on UK Exports to America?

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    • Theresa Keys says:

      But it won’t be her with the guts to do it and Potus knows that. That’s why he’s he’s stiff arming her into the gutter

      Liked by 1 person

    • wjb105 says:

      Going halfway on Brexit means the UK remains a puppy of the EU. Every loophole will be cut off and the UK will have to comply. Will not have any say in it. Going halfway is worse than staying in the EU.

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    • LafnH20 says:

      Shhh. 😉

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  8. Curt says:

    The British had a referendum and a vote. They voted to exit membership in the EU. Now we have politicians who are willing to overturn that vote and stay in the EU. What’s the point of voting?????

    Liked by 17 people

    • Actually Curt,
      The question THAT SHOULD BE ASKED is: Why do the British people ALLOW their politicians to walk all over them after they legally and freely express their will?

      Liked by 17 people

      • Nick says:

        What does their government have to be afraid of? It’s not like their citizenry are armed.

        Liked by 16 people

        • poodle12 says:

          Nick, the British are subjects, not citizens. Ask Tommy Robinson, or Charlie Gard’s parents.

          Liked by 13 people

          • Snow White says:

            Or Alfie Evans’ parents.

            Liked by 3 people

          • JoAnn Leichliter says:

            Ironically, poodle, the Queen, whose subjects the British people are, is now only a figurehead (rumor has it that she is not enamored of the EU). They are now subjected to a tyranny of their own making: Parliament (which denies them what we consider basic freedoms) and the EU.

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          • #FREE TOMMY ROBINSON

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          • svenwg says:

            After the Queen’s Powers were neutered by the Tony Blair government the British people are no longer subjects of the Queen, instead they are ‘citizens’ of a very corrupt cabal of Globalists that are hell bent on creating a European, Middle East and British Caliphate where Islam is the religion and the people subject to a modified sharia law.

            The Globalists have exactly the same plans for a United Americas and it is only the Second Amendment of the USA 🇺🇸 that prevents them from doing so. President Trump is slowly awakening the American people to this reality and hopefully before the end of his terms in Office he will have prevented it happening until the citizens of the US vote another communist government into power.

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            • piper567 says:

              sven, I believe the President loves America, and know better than we do how important it is to continue with his policies.
              He knows the importance of his successor.
              I think its unfair to imagine the incredible momentum he has generated is going to be given over to another communist regime in the People’s House.
              I think we are at a turning point in history, where concepts such as automatic pendulum swings are going the way of the dodo.
              And I believe the President has this well in hand.
              He did not wait for decades to ascend to his presidency to watch it go down the tubes in his old age.
              No way.

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        • Why do you need a weapon to force your point?

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          • GB Bari says:

            Oboy. Let’s begin with the easy answer. They get more difficult after this.

            ”Why do you need a weapon to force your point?”

            Answer: Because the government and uses weapons to force their inhumane point upon you.

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            • So you’re basically saying that you can’t change anything unless you have a weapon to do so?
              I completely disagree.

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              • GB Bari says:

                I never wrote nor implied that.
                You erroneously expanded a specific statement into a generalization.
                Poor debate skills.
                “All dogs are animals. All animals aren’t dogs.”

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                • Maquis says:

                  Roger that, GB!

                  Liked by 1 person

                • Oh, you mean like what everyone else has been doing to me after my comment regarding the question to be asked of the British people?

                  GB, sorry if you think I have poor debating skills and make generalizations. I suggest you take a second look at my question that you answered. The person whom I addressed suggested that governments need not fear to listen to its people because the citizenry wasn’t armed. My question was asked because we Americans did use our guns to vote change for our nation. That’s not the only changes we as a people, have been able to change so far in this country. People are mad as hell and the conservatives among us aren’t having to result to violence. That was the point I was attempting to make. Hope that clears it up.

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              • JoAnn Leichliter says:

                Why do you think Congress has not abrogated the First Amendment? Because of the 2nd Amendment…

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            • GB Bari says:

              Edit: the government has and uses….

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          • piper567 says:

            Mark, the Founding Fathers had the answer to that when they defeated the Brits…could not have been done by an unarmed populace.
            So, the 2nd Amendment…to prevent the triumph of tyranny.

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            • yes, I understand that but for some very strange reason, everyone has taken my question out of context. The point I was attempting to make was that WE are slowly making change in this country over the past ten years and we have been doing that WITHOUT having to use our 2nd Amendment Right. THAT was the purpose of my question – to reflect on current change we have made – not to deny the fact that the 2nd Amendment helps to reinforce this freedom. Does that make sense?

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              • piper567 says:

                Mark, it makes perfect sense.
                sundance has been vigilant and persistent in calling for cold anger.
                I believe his perseverance here is an attempt to stave off hotheads which are, well, hotheads.
                I agree with you, barring worse-case scenarios, which I will not spell out, I do believe we are only playing into the Marxist hands by prematurely becoming violent.
                I believe the impatience is bc some folks cannot abide by Trump’s timing, despite their support of him.
                I appreciate sundance’s periodic reminder that we do not wish to be billed as the instigators of ugliness…which our sinful msm will do with little or no evidence.

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        • Turranos says:

          Get out the toothpicks, quick!

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        • Mark L. says:

          We here in the USA know all about non-representative Government.

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      • Carrie2 says:

        Mark, why do we the real government of America allow ourselves to be walked over by the 2 parties in 1 who supposedly we elected/hired to represent us and then let them think they are the boss. Can’t criticize England when we have done the same darn thing.

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        • PaulM says:

          Exactly.

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        • Carrie2

          The last I looked we voted for Trump and not an establishment elitist. The last I looked, more “incumbents” have been resigning and/or losing seats to fresh blood. The last I looked, the Democrat voter registration numbers haven’t been very promising for a “blue wave”. The last I looked we also have had major government employment cut since Trump took office. The last I looked, we are getting government downsized. Now we are homing in on the legal system. The last I looked we are building a wall. Does that sound like Americans have changed? It does to me, which means WE DID SOMETHING about it because we were aware and we took the steps necessary to get it done over time.

          Liked by 9 people

        • truthseeker39525 says:

          It IS hard to get the word out unless you can spend LOTS of money on TV and radio ads.
          Anyone who is not a leftist gets smeared constantly by the TV moguls, that is very hard to overcome.
          Facebook and Twitter were looking like a good alternative for a while (consider that President Trump used Twitter as a cannon to blast through the Media wall of silence and deceit), but now Facebook and Twitter have apparently been taken over by unemployed Obama toadies, and all Conservative comments and discussion has apparently been banned as so-called ‘hate speech’.
          What venues -other than talk radio (Rush, Hannity, and to a lesser extent, Mark Levin)- are available that will reach the large mass of citizens who do not follow politics?

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      • lin says:

        Mark,
        Well we allowed it here in the US so we should be able to understand the Brits allowing their pollies to piss all over them

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      • InAz says:

        We American citizens do the same……we allow the politicians to walk all over us. Now look at what we are facing today……a Coup against a legally elected POTUS and still ongoing, those involved will not face any consequences, and the list is long.

        We will have to organize, somehow, and rise up and get rid of the traitors in the government, both federal and state. Then the media and all the puppet masters.

        The Iranians did it. There was an Underground in WW II to battle the Nazis.

        If we do not do anything, then the USA falls. President Trump can not do it alone, The traitor commie Republicans have tied his hands on many things. The witch hunt continues. No one is in jail for the illegal and corrupt activities for the past ten years and they are rubbing our faces in the two tier justice system.
        Conservatives are being attacked every day….physically, verbally, and losing jobs.

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    • piper567 says:

      Curt…we know the drill.
      We voted Trump into office;
      Now we have both politicians, ex-politicians, and Marxist minions trying to overturn that vote;
      What’s the point of voting, indeed?
      Mark’s Q, below, should be a caution to us, for we are in the same position.
      And we must not relent, we must not let these treasonous FBI/DOJ members walk all over us after we have legally and freely expressed our will.
      Nor should we allow this bunch of vermin in Congress continue to avoid doing the work of the people.
      Get ’em OUT!

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      • lin says:

        Term Limits…
        We also need “quick and instant” recall ability. This way we ditch the liars and the thieves. Once a liar twice a thief.

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        • svenwg says:

          Term limits is not the silver bullet you seem to think it is. It matters not how long you allow a single person to occupy a seat in Congress if the Uniparty is going to be the ones to choose his or her replacement.

          The citizens of the Great USA 🇺🇸 need to become more involved in the choosing as well as vetting of candidates that will represent you not only in Congress but in your values and vision for your country.

          Those that do not do your bidding should be recalled and if your State does not have that power, raise havoc and let slip the dogs of war on your State Government to have that power written into the law of the State.

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        • Term limits sound great but there is a huge down side to term limits. Think of all the damage lame duck senators and congressmen can do when there is absolutely no fear of being reelected.

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        • lokiscout says:

          Don’t know about term limits but sure would like to turn control of the Senate back over to the States. Worked pretty well for the first 125 years. This 17th Amendment thingy doesn’t seem to be working too well. Maybe it’s time to go back to what works.

          Repeal the 17th Amendment! I want my Republic bact Democracy sucks!

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      • THANK YOU piper567!!
        The questions purpose is for REFLECTION. For some strange and bizarre reason some people seem to think I’m attacking and criticizing the British people. Oh well…I tried.

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        • piper567 says:

          Mark, I think its important to recognize the parallels.
          I wandered around a bit, to see what others said, and when I saw your post, it was perfect.
          no no, no criticizing…this was for us…we need a serious awareness ab how quickly things can go “south”.

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      • SteveT says:

        Trump is right, the US and UK voting majorities need to stick together in support for one another politically. You guys just happened to spell BREXIT differently, – T R U M P.
        Neither is finalised, both democratic votes are trying to be overturned in different ways by the undemocratic losers.
        There needs to be follow through support. At least your next election is only a few months away, ours may be 2021. Don’t let your “UKIP” fizzle out.
        Don’t be put off by the tiny demos against Trump’s UK visit – it’s fairly easy to “rent-a-mob”, they don’t represent the sixty million+ population, there are always activists who think they are always right.

        SteveT

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  9. rumpole2 says:

    May seems to be working to make “The Quatrains of Obama” come true….

    UK at the back of the queue

    But… NOT because Brexit won… as Obama threatened, but rather because in effect May is hot doing brexit at all

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  10. wheatietoo says:

    “The EU doesn’t allow member nations to conduct their own trade negotiations.”
    ~ Sundance
    _____

    Yes. That’s what I thought.

    So I’ve been wondering how Germany was able to make that deal with Russia…
    Was that done with the EU’s blessing?

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    • Paul says:

      Good question

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    • blind no longer says:

      Great question Wheatie.

      Liked by 2 people

    • lastinillinois says:

      The EU reminds me of the Chicago City Council:

      Nothing can be approved until a way is determined for all members to receive their graft – and then things begin to happen rapidly.

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    • G. Combs says:

      Because Germany IS the EU!

      Liked by 9 people

    • parteagirl says:

      I thought it was done in secret and Trump outted the whole thing at the NATO breakfast.

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      • wheatietoo says:

        No, I don’t think it was a ‘secret’ exactly…even though it was the first I had heard about it.

        Our Treepers have been posting links to stories that have been written about it…by people who have been calling it a “Bad Idea”.

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    • mr.piddles says:

      Heir Schroeder is your link. You think someone of his stature has connections?

      Per wiki: “He is currently the chairman of the board of Nord Stream AG and of Rosneft, after having been hired as a global manager by investment bank Rothschild”

      Sounds like some serious Global Deep State Pyramid Eyeball S-Word from where I sit.

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      • mr.piddles says:

        Ha! I mean Herr. But maybe Heir is more appropriate.

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      • Cuppa Covfefe says:

        Yep. But it’s not just Germany that’s dependent on Russian gas (and oil). It’s all of Europe. And this problem has been brewing for years, before Merkel’s tenure. A number of times Germany has tried to force alternative solutions, such as the Nabucco pipeline, but it appears that Schdöder’s “friends” (read: masters) stopped that.

        Here’s an older article (in German, sorry) that explains the options. Still hunting for an English version of it. https://www.tagesspiegel.de/politik/krim-krise-wie-abhaengig-ist-deutschland-von-russlands-oel-und-gas/9679620-all.html

        Schröder is a crook of the lowest order. He’d make a great DEMONcRAT.

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        • lokiscout says:

          No problem just open the link and hit the Translate Popup. Looks just like a normal English website. Oh, except all the adds are still in German!

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          • Cuppa Covfefe says:

            Probably a good thing the ads don’t translate 🙂 Didn’t know about doing that, thanks.
            I read the German, anywho, but it’s handy then for other languages. Now I can see what the French think (sacre bleu!)… (or if…..slap)…

            Many of the various alternative pipelines depend on a stable Syria, or, choke, Turkey, which would add one or two tyrants to the mix. It’s not as easy as folks would like it to be. We have lots of coal, which the idiot greens also want to cut off, which could be converted to gas, if needed (not cheaply, but nothing’s cheap here anymore); we used to have really good, clean, and efficient nuclear, which would solve a world of problems, lowering energy costs thereby, and would also bring down prices for everything, which would help the economy immensely.

            Of course the gubmint doesn’t want lower prices, as taxes go down…

            Take ’em out and string ’em up. We need a miracle, NOT a Merkle…

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    • StanH says:

      Rules are for other people.

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    • SteveT says:

      “wheatietoo says:
      July 12, 2018 at 10:59 pm

      “The EU doesn’t allow member nations to conduct their own trade negotiations.”
      ~ Sundance
      _____

      Yes. That’s what I thought.

      So I’ve been wondering how Germany was able to make that deal with Russia…
      Was that done with the EU’s blessing?”
      _______________________________________________
      As far as I know, EU countries cannot conduct their own trade deals per se, but buying gas from another country is just as possible as buying wood pellets or anything else, as long as it falls within EU rules or follows the defaults(WTO) if not specified.

      What Trump has done is publicised the hypocrisy of the Germans in the sense of the lack of defence spending while boosting trade with the main potential enemy. It also leaves them vulnerable to a threat of withdrawal of gas sales.

      SteveT

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    • I think Merkel actually said that EU nations can make independent decisions…

      A question of some EU members being more equal than others.

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      • Cuppa Covfefe says:

        A lot of these deals are from before when the EU devolved into a political entity. And not just Germany, but the entire EU is dependent, at least to some degree, on Russian gas, and oil.

        The globalists control (or seek to) food, pharma, healthcare, energy, water, transportation, education, and pretty much everything they can get their grubby paws onto. And the various “anti-trust” authorities the world over have been suspiciously quiet about all the mega-mergers that have been occurring. Wonder why???

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    • thedoc00 says:

      Listen closely to the answer President Trump gave this morning to the “German Pipeline”, at the press conference with Prime Minster May. He clearly said “Germany’s pipeline and others”.

      German essentially turned the pipeline into an EU decision. Technically Germany did not violate EU rules but did strong arm or bribe other EU members into agreeing to have pipeline terminals, making it technically an EU decision.

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      • Alligator Gar says:

        Just like Germany did with the unending flood of Muslim and African men. “Come on in!” Merkhag screeched, then strongarmed the rest of Europe to “take their fair share” when the whole Muslim and African world ran to Germany.

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        • Cuppa Covfefe says:

          You both have it backwards.

          The gas pipeline WAS a European decision, as all of Europe depends on that gas and that pipeline. The other routes that have been discussed that are feasible, are fraught with political problems, not the least of which are Turkey and Syria, and the Arab world in general. Merkel is a puppet of the Globalists, in particular Soros.

          The refauxgee problem is a direct result of the Schengen and Dublin agreements, and the UN, OECD, and EU are pushing the Coudenhove-Kalergi agenda, the latter of which was part of the reason for founding the Common Market–> EU… Unfortunately we’ve been stuck with a disproportionate number of the refauxgees (as in almost ALL of them) which the EU conveniently ignores… Turkey, with its 3 Million “ready-to-go-revolutionaries” is another weapon being held to Merkel’s head…

          The article I mentioned above which can be viewed in English via the (google?) translate button, explains the pipeline problem in more detail. Being from 2014, it hasn’t been “cleansed” with the “corrupt the record [Correktiv] input/edits. I’ve lived here for almost 35 years and gas has always been a problem of some sort, considering we don’t have much, but we have LOADS of coal. Hence the various coal-to-gas projects of the last century or so…

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  11. And the interview is supposed to hurt President Trump how exactly ? Get London Mayor angry ? Undermine PM May ? He put the truth out there that a lot of British are certainly thinking. Just like he brought up German /Russian pipeline that was under radar The elites hate him , but he is a fearless genius .

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  12. Stab, the unstoppable hero says:

    I had a feeling that President Trump would play it like this. The only thing that our President gets tired of doing is constantly telling other countries politicians that he is ready to make a deal and then they tell him ” That’s great. However it will take a few years to iron out the wrinkles.”
    The world is a screwed up place right now. Sitting on your ass will only prolong the pain. Make a deal. Live up to the contracts you sign. Help your people acquire wealth. Enjoy their applause.
    What’s so hard to understand about President Trump?
    Jeeez…

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  13. blind no longer says:

    I look at this more as a strategic move from PDJT , helping his friend Farrage and the British citizens who voted for Brexit, with the trade deal that would benefit America and the UK.

    It appears the Brits are trying to pull a fast one on their voters and may never actually leave the EU, if they could get by with it. Why not help Nigel out, while you’re negotiating a trade deal.

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    • mj_inOC says:

      Yes, add Neil to that Ivanka, May, Pompeo, POTUS luncheon.

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    • lastinillinois says:

      I think you’re right, May and her owners have NO intention of leaving the EU.

      They are playing this out very much like the uniparty over here has been using the (il)legal immigration issue over these last several decades:
      – in elections years promise to “fix”
      – in other years talk about how difficult it is to finalize, making small, meaningless gestures towards a conclusion

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      • President Trump is working more angles than we might even count.

        Add these to the posts above:
        • Message to Brexit Voters: “I honor your wisher.”
        • Message to peer Heads of State: “I’ll be happy to collaborate on the tough issues.”
        • Message to Challengers: “I respect those who honor your Voters.”
        • Message to Deal Makers: “Move NOW before your outcomes get WORSE.”
        • Message to Globalist Shills: “I’ll screw you 6 ways from Sunday if you screw America.”
        • Message to Russia, Iran and China: “This is me making nice with our Allies…”

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    • piper567 says:

      no longer, I think maybe the resignations of Ministers having to do with Brexit may have an effect on the people.
      waking them up a bit…you can be sure Boris is not going to be quiet.

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  14. wheatietoo says:

    When our allies let jihadis into their countries and make them citizens…then this creates a problem for the US.

    A huge part of Brexit was the insane Immigration Policies.
    The good people of Britain are fed up with that.
    The EU has been forcing those insane policies on all the EU members.

    This becomes our problem too…because as Allies, we are supposed to let their ‘citizens’ freely travel throughout our country.

    What do we do? …Impose a Travel Ban on the EU countries, because they’ve let so many jihadis into their countries?

    I actually wish we would.
    But because we are tied to Europe with NATO…we can’t very well do that.

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    • emet says:

      yes, the big problem for the US is jihadis who hold passports from UK, France, etc. They are “visa waiver”. Apply for ESTA online. Probably people thought the FBI and CIA were keeping an eye on this. Wrong.

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    • kiskiminetas says:

      The thing about what you said is that Trump would do everything he could to prevent that from happening.

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    • Child of Morning says:

      We can require visas

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      • wheatietoo says:

        But we depend on the ‘vetting’ of the Foreign Ministry of our ally, when we issue visas to ‘citizens’ from their country.

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    • Child of Morning says:

      We can require visas

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    • scott467 says:

      “What do we do? …”

      ____________________

      Outlaw islam.

      It is an ideology of atrocities and crimes against humanity.

      Objectively, historically, currently, no matter how you look at it, from the time it was invented by the mass-murdering rapist Mohamad, to this very second.

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      • scott467 says:

        The answers to MOST of our problems are not difficult… if we take the blinders of ‘political correctness’ off, the answers are so obvious it’s astonishing.

        The only thing standing between us and a return to basic sanity, in ALL areas of life, is political correctness.

        And the only people ‘enforcing’ political correctness are wacked out subversive Marxists/Leftists and their financial support structure.

        It’s the screaming meemies.

        Outlaw islam.

        Outlaw Marxism, Socialism and Communism while we’re at it.

        These ideologies are ALL fundamentally INCOMPATIBLE with individual RIGHTS and the Constitution which guarantees them.

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        • wheatietoo says:

          Back when we taught the Truth about Socialism/Marxism/Communism in our public schools…there was no need to ‘outlaw’ these ideologies, because we saw them for what they are:
          Bad Ideas.

          They are Bad Ideas that are designed to enslave people.
          The thought of embracing these Bad Ideas was abhorrent to those of us who had been taught the truth.

          But ever since Jimmy Carter created the Dept of Education, our public schools became ‘indoctrination centers’ for these bad ideas.
          Coincidence?
          I don’t think so.

          Sometimes when you ‘outlaw’ something…you make it more attractive to young people who are looking for a way to rebel.
          So I’m not sure that outlawing these things will keep us from having adherents to these bad ideas.

          We simply have to go back to educating our people about how bad these Bad Ideas are.

          We actually have laws on the books which prohibit govt employees from belonging to “organizations that seek to overthrow our govt”.
          We need to enforce these laws.

          It is outrageous that we have govt employees who belong to the ‘Democratic Socialist Org’…or the ‘Communist Party USA’.
          They need to be told: “You’re Fired!”

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          • JoAnn Leichliter says:

            Oh, but the CPUSA endorsed Obama twice and Hillary once (in the last election). Clearly, they saw no need to field a candidate: the Democrat Party did it for them.

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          • svenwg says:

            President Trump needs to halt all immigration as was done after the Second World War. That would give the country a breathing space to build the wall and deport many millions of the illegal aliens clogging up the USA 🇺🇸.

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  15. OSP says:

    Stock Markets See the US Winning the Trade War, Defying Corporate Lobby & Media Propaganda
    by Wolf Richter • Jul 12, 2018

    https://wolfstreet.com/2018/07/12/stock-markets-see-the-us-winning-the-trade-war-defying-corporate-lobby-media-propaganda/

    Liked by 13 people

    • piper567 says:

      Investors are investors, They are interested in ROI.
      With our economy booming as it is, they are not all the stupid people.
      Invest in America!

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  16. Paul Killinger says:

    It’s gonna be a hot time in the Olde Town tonight!

    Liked by 3 people

  17. Andrew ackson says:

    Trump is a madman that doesn’t stop. It would have been good enough to make America great again, but doing the same for the UK? Globalist must be losing their minds with Trump.

    Liked by 8 people

    • GB Bari says:

      Change “madman” to “very stable genius”.

      Fixed it for ya.

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    • Mercenary says:

      He kind of has to though, doesn’t he? Trump represents a movement, an idea, a longing for freedom and sovereignty in the world. I almost expected this and was wondering how/when he would handle it.

      He seems to view it on an escalating spectrum. If you watch his NATO press conference, he talks about escalating the intensity, how he mentioned the same thing last year “softly, and this year “not as soft”. His sense of calibration is amazing and the way he knows how to steadily increase pressure.

      I would almost be disappointed in him if he WASN’T advocating for national sovereignty in these European countries. The Middle East and Asian dictatorships are one thing, but one of his greatest threats are the Western European and North American soft dictatorships, because they are direct allies to his enemies.

      The other reason is because there’s nobody left to fight for the fate of the European peoples.

      They’ve basically all been muzzled and enslaved. They cannot really speak out vociferously or they will face criminal charges. There’s nobody left. It’s almost a duty of Trump’s now, kind of how it was a duty of Reagan to advocate for the enslaved peoples behind the Iron Curtain. People get uncomfortable with this notion that the Free Peoples have some type of duty to advocate for the Enslaved Peoples because they think it automatically entailed boots on the ground, but there’s a million ways to skin a cat.

      If I was a German or a Swede or a Brit living under what is essentially socialist authoritarian rule, I would desperately want the Americans to speak out for me. I’m very happy that Trump is beginning to turn his eyes towards Europe and I hope it only increases.

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      • piper567 says:

        Mercenary, I remember thinking, when Trump gave his historical speech in Warsaw, this very thing you bring up.
        I kept thinking of all of the Europeans who were listening on radios to this grand call for freedom and sovereignty.
        One Big Thing Trump said, was that we will help you build your infrastructure…do you doubt this?…and, he said, We will not hold you hostage with energy.
        These are the words of an honest and trustworthy man.
        I was weeping, as I know folks in Moldava, and hoping they were feeling the hope this honest offer of friendship offers.
        Someone upthread said it well, People really want to be free.
        Sometimes they have to be knocked awake. At other times they simply need support of the powerful for hope and motivation to work for themselves.
        Trump has the potential to help many people throw off chains, both of mind and body.
        Unadulterated truth is really attractive.
        I love the spine of the Poles, the Hungarians, the Czechs, and so forth.
        I believe Trump has awakened them, convincing them he has their back.
        I believe he does.

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  18. the phoenix says:

    Thank God for President Trump!

    Liked by 9 people

  19. Linda says:

    Something else POTUS said in that article is that Boris Johnson would make a great PM. That must really be eating at May.

    Liked by 17 people

  20. CNN_sucks says:

    The lavish ceremony is to ease out ego, but it didn’t work for PDJT. If Theresa May is good, she should have been more ready to make a deal.

    Liked by 3 people

  21. TimesUp says:

    I bet dinner at Blenheim Palace with the Mays was a real hoot after that.

    Liked by 9 people

    • Paul Killinger says:

      She KNEW what was coming. He gave her a heads up!

      Which means she knew EXACTLY what she was doing with the timing of her announcement!

      Liked by 8 people

      • Paul Killinger says:

        So now everyone has their chips in the pot. And, as always, I’m betting on my MAGA Man holding the winning hand.

        PS. And while the Wall St globalist boys may hate him, they think so, too!

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  22. Paul Killinger says:

    God I wish we had more newspapers like the Brits… But that would require more of us still having the curiosity to read.

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  23. Echo says:

    What they can’t abide is PDJT’s straight talk.
    The UK EU remainers think they can nullify Brexit by pretending .

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  24. M Ryutin says:

    While I agree that Rupert Murdoch might be personally in favour of more immigration into the US and elsewhere, do not fall into the trap as the Left has done and attribute every single editorial position in every Murdoch paper/TV show/ media outlet as being driven by the puppet master himself. In Australia his newspapers have different editorial positions, his mass-selling daily tabloids, the biggest circulations in Australia are not pushing anything like that. Quite the opposite in fact.
    In Britain the Times and Sunday Times are rabidly anti-Brexit and hugely anti-Trump. In fact on Trump (anything on Trump) it reminds me of the blatant nonsense from WAPO or NYT. His Sky in Britain is also anti-Brexit. The Sun, however, his mass-circulation tabloid in Britain is not anti-Trump, is not anti-Brexit. The headline in fact is pressuring May on her treachery towards the people’s vote for Brexit. That is what it does: pressure May on her Brexit treachery.
    If that is direct Murdoch intervention, as claimed, (& both men claim to be friends) it shows some ambivalence of Rupert Murdoch towards the May policy.

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    • JoAnn Leichliter says:

      Owners of newspapers often do little to influence the papers’ individual editorial policies. Warren Buffett would be another example of this fact. However, it is very sise to keep a close eye on your local newspaper’s editorial policies.

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  25. scott467 says:

    “Murdoch personally has billions of dollars dependent on retaining the current globalist multinational trade scheme.”

    ___________________

    Mr. Murdoch is 87 years old.

    Someone should do this man a solid, lean over, and whisper in his ear, “You have played the game well, you have almost everything including Boardwalk, but look at the hour, Mr. Murdoch… you can’t take it with you“.

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  26. trapper says:

    All eyes on Jacob Rees-Mogg.

    Liked by 3 people

  27. Donna in Oregon says:

    The news media is already doing the “royal etiquette” thing before POTUS has tea with the Queen of England.

    It never ends with these Media monkeys.

    After Obama gave the Queen a crap gift, how could President Trump possibly outdo that? Oh, I know, he should give the Queen an Ipod with Hillary speeches. bwaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa.

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  28. Masterman says:

    Better way of putting it for those who still don’t get it: the last thing we want is for UK to become Canada/Mexico. For the EU to bypass those US tariffs through the UK.

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  29. Your Tour Guide says:

    Nobody has talked upon the payback is a bitch
    aspect of this.

    May was up to her not so pretty little armpits
    in helping Halper and the rest of the scalawags
    score an overseas coup. Trump knows that,
    big time. Now’s the time to even the score.

    The game’s afoot.

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    • Mercenary says:

      I’ve thought about that too. What the UK did was essentially warfare, direct interference in a foreign (ally’s) election, conspiring and colluding with one political party in another nation to defeat a candidate, and abusing the intelligence process.

      That is grounds for open and declared war in most situations. I view the UK almost as an enemy for what they attempted to do. They tried their absolute best to collude with Obama and Hillary to influence the election.

      The committed crimes and I hope Trump exposes what they did for the entire world to see. Why did that Intelligence Director resign almost as soon as Trump won again? Hmmmmm…

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  30. walt614 says:

    The British Government has NEVER been our friend in our ENTIRE History. (Thatcher & pretty much NO ONE else are the exception that prove the rule)
    Name ONE Thing Britain (aka Rothschild Unlimited) has EVER done for us.
    Anyone that thinks that May is in charge OF ANYTHING hasn’t been paying attention.
    The entire UK is still attached to a Khazarian sponsored Pedovore Monarchy.
    Decent Brits aside, they clearly have never had ANY say as “commons” at best.

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  31. Dazza says:

    POTUS is putting on an absolute clinic over there, schooling those pathetic, p.c. brainwashed Brits.
    Class is in session!

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  32. dufrst says:

    The dream of European “elites” is to supplant the US. Without Britain and it’s $2.5 trillion economy, there’s no way that could ever happen. Prior to Brexit, it would be widely cited that Europe as a block was larger economically than the US. This is no longer the case, so long as Britain is out (and for that matter, Turkey).

    So for losing that, the EU is being difficult in dealing with the British but Britain should have just hitched their wagons to America and all the English speaking powers in a new economic alliance. We already have the military and intelligence alliance with the 5 Eyes, why not a formal economic one? But May has no vision and now is undermining the will of the people and weakening her own coalition. She’s been a disaster. Trump doesn’t suffer fools for long. There will be no trade deal with Britain.

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  33. alliwantissometruth says:

    It’s the same old story, here, there & everywhere

    The globalist moneybags who are slicing & dicing up the world in order to gorge on their illicit largess, have hijacked the “progressive” movement, bought off it’s political leaders & are using it to advance their agenda

    It’s the same voters, the painfully stupid leftist sheep, who keep voting these globalist puppets into power. Hence, you get those puppets doing what they do, siding with the globalist power brokers & giving away the peoples birthrights

    Thank God some of us in America have woken up & are trying to right the ship, but it’s a big struggle due to the globalist puppets of our own

    Until the so called “progressives” understand their giving their alliance to the real corrupt & criminal establishment power brokers, we’ll have to fight non-stop

    That’s how this game is being played right now

    Progressives think the term globalist is a good thing, as in a one world utopia. The reality is globalist means the people that the left has been against since day one, the rich & powerful, take the peoples wealth & power & kick us

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  34. usayes says:

    It’s not just May, but most world leaders don’t take the time to learn about our VSG – they simply can’t fathom him not being part of their new world order – and they don’t bother to learn anything about the man who is changing EVERYTHING. We are watching sheer brilliance unfold before us guided by God and one man. If only “they” understood.

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  35. SPANGLER says:

    The UK is owned by the EU…..they are NOT a sovereign nation.

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  36. Jedi9 says:

    Nigel needs to get back into the fight to save England from May’s treachery! She was a remainder and her actions so far speaks volumes to where her loyalties are! They are with the multi-national corporations not to the British common citizens who voted to leave! She is toast! End of story! 9 months to go and there is still time for the UK to get their act together to once and for all to honor the will of the people!

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  37. aklh30f7y says:

    It sounds like May is trying pull a fast one on the British public. Stay in the EU and say they are leaving.

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  38. Pyrthroes says:

    Trump’s Thursday entree was Baked May, next week will feature Roast Putin.

    Boris Johnson must be re-reading “Othello” as we speak.

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  39. StanH says:

    Well golly, it would seem that our president is leading the way in the UK.

    “Meet the new boss same as the old boss.” …but “We don’t get fooled again”

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  40. Fool me once, fool me twice.

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  41. Elizabeth Carter says:

    I noticed in President Trump’s negotiations with the EU, Germany and now the UK is that he made these points:
    1. The USA is supporting NATO to protect the EU from Russia.
    2. Germany is dealing directly with Russia and putting themselves in the position that if the USA tried to defend them, Russia would just cut off their power supply and we would effectively be helping to destroy the EU by defending them.
    3. When President Trump goes to Russia on the 16th, the EU has given him the okay to make whatever deal he decides to make with Russia regarding trade, because the EU has been trading directly with Russia for years and now everyone knows it.
    4. By standing up to May, he is showing the UK people that he has the courage to stand up to the Globalists at home and all over the world.
    5. President Trump is still alive, still in office and still traveling the world and calling them out on their abuses of the people.
    6. Which makes the point that no matter how much the Globalists hate him, they realize that if they take him out, they will have the world’s people to deal with and there are more of us than there are of them.
    7. President Trump is the Nationalist leader that is heading the movement worldwide and the Globalists are seeing that he is their last best hope of a bloodless revolution.

    It will be interesting to see who President Trump deals with Russia. I think it will be as amazing as the NK denuclearization.

    The time has come to rebuild our countries, give power to the people and live in a world that is peaceful. God has provided plenty of everything we need to make the world a pleasant place for all people to thrive.

    The 1% want to rule the world and have never had any intention of caring about anyone but themselves. The people of the world can work together to solve problems and interact in fair, balanced and reciprocal ways to benefit the 99%. The 1% can join us or not as they choose.

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    • svenwg says:

      I agree with what you have said, but it is far smaller than 1% as that would mean approximately 80,000,000 people form part of the Globalist élite whereas it is more likely 80,000 or less.

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      • More like 8,000- and that group is probably controlled by about 9-13. My guess is the center of power is in The City Of London’s Bank Of England.

        http://www.sinhalanet.net/three-corporations-run-the-world-city-of-london-washington-dc-and-vatican-city

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      • Elizabeth Carter says:

        They call themselves the 1 per cent but I did the math also and I agree with you.

        There are stories about a lot more that live underground and never see the light of day. If that is the case, we should find the entrances and lock them inside while we still can. We could look for entrances at CERN, The Denver Airport and Antarctica first. If they are not there, then at least we can put those particular “conspiracy” theories to rest.

        It always comes back to the battle between the Children of the Darkness and the Children of the Light. The Bible refers to those living in heaven, on the earth and under the earth.

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    • sDee says:

      Europeans have been disarmed.

      We must never become so complacent or trusting that we lose either the will or means to stand against our government.

      Just as those who have always intended to rule over men, the Globalists fear only one thing.

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    • piper567 says:

      Elizabeth, good post…I agree with your perspective.
      The values which are being espoused by our President resonate with many peoples.
      I’ll never forget how surprised I was when Indian PM Moti arrived on US soil, and gave the President a bear hug!
      I think Trump was even surprised.
      That bear hug symbolized to me the hope so many have in the principles and policies which our President so courageously is spreading around the world.
      When he says he wants prosperity and peace for all people, he is being believed.
      God bless our great President.

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  42. fractionalexponent says:

    Nigel Farage should take Louie Gohmert to “interview” Theresa May.

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  43. I have lost all faith in the Britts. I was dismayed (no pun intended but accidentally made a funny there) when UKIP was rejected right when the People had spoken in favor of the Brexit. Londanistan, the rotting culture nationally, the laziness and apathy, the alcoholism reminiscent of the USSR and to a lesser degree the “bread and circuses” of the idiot World Cup generating national fervor when loosing their country does not. .

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    • Mercenary says:

      Socialism corrupts the soul. It infects every institution. It weakens the mind and spirit. It is a slow, almost irreversible corrosion. Generations of socialism usually leave the populations enfeebled, dependent, and mentally paralyzed. It is truly the greatest evil in the world, in my opinion, especially because it works almost invisibly and gradually.

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      • piper567 says:

        Mercenary, I have to agree with you
        I give you Sweden as the poster child for all you have said ^^^.
        There was a smugness there which allowed for them to see themselves as superior and satisfied, and they listened as we told everyone how superior their system/lifestyle is.
        Then, in their infinite wisdom, they invited a 7th Century brutal culture into their “sophisticated” world, with nary a thought…virtue signaling being of more importance than prudence or reflection.
        Now, they have no remaining tools to fight off an invasion they have welcomed.
        Their spines have grown soft
        Hail, American Patriots!
        Do not abandon our great Lion, for he is offering us an escape from what the Powers-who-would-be-gods figure is best for us.

        God bless our President.

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    • Alligator Gar says:

      You do realize that the people cannot speak openly about their cultural issues? Tommy Robinson ring a bell? One father of a Rotherham girl who was molested and groomed by a vile Pakistani confronted the police for doing nothing. HE was arrested! The FATHER of the underage VICTIM. Why? He made “racially insensitive remarks” about the PERPETRATOR of a sex crime against his minor daughter.

      Of course the intelligent, magnificent people living in this nightmare drink. You would have to in order to not run mad. I don’t blame them. They have no weapons. They voted to leave. Their government said F-off. They voted to take back charge of their own destiny as a people and were told to F-off. What? You could do better?

      Yeah, the omnipotent American. Sure, let’s see you do it.

      And I am a 13th generation American. Enough bashing foreign people who are living in Hell. They have tried to get out. They are trying to get out. They are going to prison for trying.

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  44. Today’s interview

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  45. mostlyogauge says:

    I read the article in The Sun via the link provided by Sundance, and also looked at all the pictures. Have to wonder what that disk thing is on the back of May’s left arm shown in the picture of her walking with President Trump. Could we have, or have we ever had, a better First Couple? I don’t think so!!

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  46. Firefly says:

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  47. We barely avoided a continuation of the multi-administration attempt to nullify the Constitution’s governance of life and liberty in the US. The “good” vs “evil/entitled/stupid” split in the US was demonstrated to be razor thin. I suspect it is extremely similar across the pond and am thus praying for the “good” half there rather than focusing on their lunatic losers. It seems to me me have plenty of our own.

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    • sDee says:

      Few understand that. b

      Unless we freemen turn out in unprecedented numbers at the polls this Fall to reject the Uniparty, it will turn out this will have been but a brief intermission.

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  48. Mercenary says:

    The minute I heard British media discussing whether there would be a “soft Brexit” or a “hard Brexit”, I knew the globalists were not going to allow them to leave.

    It would be like the King of England negotiating whether the Americans had a “soft independence” or a “hard independence”. There is only one kind of sovereign freedom. The very fact that you have pretended there are variations means you’re lying.

    I hope they break free, but it looks like the grip of the EU global cartel is too strong. People forget that the Brexit referendum BARELY passed – I think by 1 or 2 percentage points. Since then, they’ve continued merrily importing more foreign nationals, have stepped up their authoritarianism, jailed their most prominent critics, and I believe if they were to hold it again, it would probably fail. I believe there is a tipping point that is reached in these globalist stages where the alliance of domestic communists, brainwashed, and imported foreigners eventually outnumbers the native working class and the damage is irreversible. But I could be cynical.

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  49. (Apologies Apologies Apologies for my stream of consciousness that took this from pithy and succinct to verbose)

    You know, those like Mike Gallagher, who say that Trump is a bull in a china shop and cringe at his utterances don’t get Frank Capra movies.

    Jimmy Stewart’s character that went to Washington; Gary Cooper’s character in “Meet John Doe” with Barbara Stanwyck; Gary Cooper’s character in “Sergeant York” were all bulls in china shops who were dealing with people EXACTLY like the REAL ‘rubes’, the ignorant, self-satisfied, fat and gluttonous elite.

    Come to that, “It’s A Wonderful Life” depicts EXACTLY what is going on today…only today it IS Potterville and Lionel Barrymore’s city, the egregiously miserable symbol of moral decay, is what you can see being advertised and celebrated on billboards alongside Highway 101 going through the Bay Area, heading to the capitol of Soddam and Gamorrah, San Francisco (named by a saint FOR a saint and surely due for a major upheaval…perhaps even an occurrence whereby NEvada actually DOES become a beach state).

    I am nearly positive that Trump was raised on the same Capra movies that I was – and so many others that carried similar messages in a time when studios were not all pedophilia and sexual harassment ground zeros.

    We are not showing those movies to the masses since Vietnam and only those of us lucky enough to have been born, back when there were only 3 channels and then Dialing for Dollars afternoon movies and then free American Movie Channel, 24/7 with no commercials, have been educated with a history that may have been somewhat altered by artistic license, but by and large rightly called out the extraordinary influence and importance of Joe Blow’s pursuit of the real American dream, English language based so that all the important documents that are the tools to realizing that dream are not inaccessible to those ignorant of our language and enslaved by a global world that makes sure assimilation to the American dream is not made possible.

    No English means that those who hate Trump, like Murdoch, keep illegals from ever realizing that the American dream is not the welfare plantation and the victim/vengeance attorney/judicial ambulance chasing, election altering culture that America has become.

    Trump’s father was Everyman. TRump’s mother was the long suffering and devout wife. Trump’s brother was the tragic loss to the world who before his death instructed his younger brother to avoid his mistakes.

    More like Arthurian legend and Camelot than the Kennedy and Hearst juggernauts that gave a fake facade of genial patriotism, while exploiting Americans and applauding Der Fuhrer’s and MArgaret Sanger’s dark death culture.

    I know I ran on, excuse me…but I am sick to death of hearing about Trump’s clear speak after years of personally dealing with snakes with perfect manners, expensive coiffures and every foot placed perfectly.

    Behind the scenes there is more ‘foot in mouth’ faux pas from them than ANYTHING Trump has ever said.

    And most of all I run on that in NO time in history has most of the world’s leaders been not only permissive but supportive of a ruinous pagan ritual of massacring future generation and indulging in practices so corrosive to childhood and a moral grounding for a heroic and productive, community enhancing adulthood.

    I apologize for the run on, but this country has been blessed beyond all merit. We do NOT deserve this rescue, given our lack of opposition to the ruinously inhumane trajectory since Vietnam and The Pill gave birth to a movement that ultimately has led us to the precipice of America’s oblivion…and thus the world’s.

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