Extensive CNBC Interview With President Trump That Destroys Media Narrative…

President Trump gave CNBC anchor Joe Kernen an extensive interview on Thursday just outside the Oval Office at the White House.  You probably have not seen this interview, because it does not support the media narrative du jour; this interview destroys the narrative(s).

When you watch the interview you’ll see why the media made the decision not to sound-bite-it throughout broadcast, headlines and column inches.  In fact, you’ll probably understand why CNBC didn’t upload the interview content until today.

The conversation with President Trump touched on the state of the U.S. economy; America’s trade reset; the timing of the trade reset juxtaposed against the current value of the U.S. stock market; the president’s news-making remarks about the Federal Reserve’s ongoing interest-rate hikes; and pragmatic insight behind the meeting with Vladimir Putin. Watch it, you’ll see:

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199 Responses to Extensive CNBC Interview With President Trump That Destroys Media Narrative…

  1. 4sure says:

    I saw that commie Larry Summers trashing this interview re. Trump.

    Liked by 6 people

    • American Male says:

      I wish that Commie Summers was stood up against a wall beside Goolsbee, Pfieffer, Rhodes, Vietor, Duncan, Jarrett, Yates, et al.

      Liked by 12 people

    • Jedi9 says:

      Summers, Gietner, Bernanke, and Poulson are the last people that should be giving advice on the economy! 2008 is still a very fresh wound for some of us who lost everything! Poulson especially is one that should just keep quiet for the despicable back room deal he orchestrated to undermine the will of the people by sticking the Tax payers with the bill!

      Or how about John Corzine and MF Global? Funny how that happened on Obama’s watch? What ever happened to that? Hush, hush, give the man a bonus retirement totaling in the millions!

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      • vincentcuomo says:

        It always seems Democratic criminal politicians are hardly punished and when they are like Marion Barry; they win reelection.

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        • Jedi9 says:

          True! What set me off when Obama was elected are the things he said in rebuke of the 2008 financial crisis, yet the same people who were on Wall street and complicit with its demise are the same ones who ended up being appointed him, such as Treasury and other positions relating to financial.

          Summers is as bad they get in terms of the Wall street cons! He wrote the book on derivatives and bullied people who came to warn him well before the crisis hit! Gietner should have been in jail yet he lands the title of Treasury secretary under Obama! Is it no wonder why Obama and his cronies are by many considered the most corrupt admin in US history? It kind of puts Grant and Taft’s administrations to shame in most respects.

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      • BOB54 says:

        “Summers, Gietner, Bernanke, and Poulson “… you mean the American equivalent of the Bolsheviks!

        They are all beholden to the Globalist Banks like Rothschild, etc.

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        • gustafus21 says:

          they share ethnicity with all Fed families…. and the Russian Oligarchs who stole the wealth of a failing USSR … but were thwarted by …. wait for it… enemy # 1 – Putin.

          Follow the family trees…. they all lead back to the same ole same ole 2%

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      • American Male says:

        “Summers”, “Gietner”, “Bernanke”, and “Poulson”, you forgot “Greenspan”, hmmmmm there’s something about those names but I just can’t put my finger on it. Bolsheviks!

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    • Paco Loco says:

      “Obama was a patsy”…..hehehehe!

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  2. Minnie says:

    Thank you!

    Liked by 12 people

    • Minnie says:

      Beautiful setting for an interview of Mr. President marred only by Kernen’s requisite globalist purple tie 😐

      Liked by 18 people

      • dutzie60 says:

        It is a beautiful color. I liked the tie. It’s a crying shame that the despicable left co-opted another wonderful thing to their evil cult. 😡

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        • Dixie says:

          I don’t believe some of them realize it is a globalist thing to wear a tie with purple in it. It seems to be quite popular now and I’m noticing many are wearing them except our VSG who is sticking with his signature ties.

          The interview was great, the questions were good and Kernen was respectful. Altogether a good way to begin the day.

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          • HHM says:

            They’re just establishing their bona fides.
            …………….
            “The color purple’s ties to kings and queens date back to ancient world, where it was prized for its bold hues and often reserved for the upper crust. The Persian king Cyrus adopted a purple tunic as his royal uniform, and some Roman emperors forbid their citizens from wearing purple clothing under penalty of death.”
            ~History.com

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        • 1stgoblyn says:

          I don’t think the left has been able to co-opt anything purple. I think they have tried but I see many, many conservatives wear the color. It is one of my favs and I always notice when anyone wears it. Just like with the rainbow, we should use it wherever, whenever and take it back from the perverts.

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      • Searkreb says:

        I noticed that immediately.

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      • Here in the US, wearing purple is virtue signaling you are part of the resistance.

        From ZeroHedge, The Clintons, who both have received millions of dollars in campaign contributions and Clinton Foundation donations from Soros, were, in fact, helping to launch Soros’s «Purple Revolution» in America. The Purple Revolution will resist all efforts by the Trump administration to push back against the globalist policies of the Clintons and soon-to-be ex-President Barack Obama. The Purple Revolution will also seek to make the Trump administration a short one through Soros-style street protests and political disruption. https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2016-11-11/clintons-and-soros-launch-americas-purple-revolution

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        • Jedi9 says:

          Kill Soros! Problem solved!

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        • ThinBlueLine says:

          LOL…I like wearing purple ties with my suits. If you said I was the resistance I would laugh in your face as I pointed to the American Flag on my lapel. I’ve been in law enforcement 28+ years, and was proud to sit 20 rows from President’s Trump’s inauguration (one of the most memorable moments of my life).

          I also attended law enforcement week and heard President Trump speak live. It was inspirational and I thank God every single day he is our President. I saw thousands of police officers in attendance, including myself, that would take a bullet for that man. By the way, I was visiting my partner’s name that is engraved on the police officer memorial wall. He was murdered by gang members and I live with that image in my head every single day. God bless President Trump and God bless America.

          Please keep this mind if you ever accuse somebody wearing purple that they’re part of the resistance. I love purple. SILLY!

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  3. The “fed” is a criminal enterprise with American and foreign entities in ownership.

    Talk about unconstitutional…

    PDJT really, and quickly, needs to destroy the “federal reserve act of 1913” with absolute malice.

    I’m sure that he knows this too, and pray in my own way that he does.

    Awesome interview, many thanks SD.

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    • Gail says:

      You might like this article:

      Dick Bove: Trump poised to take control of the Federal Reserve

      https://www.cnbc.com/2018/07/20/trump-poised-to-take-control-of-the-federal-reserve.html?__source=sharebar|twitter&par=sharebar

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      • vincentcuomo says:

        I love when they say the Fed is politicized when During Obama’s presidency there was never a rate increase; now, Trump has the economy rolling and there are 4 rate increases; I guess that is not political especially with Mid Terms around the corner; slow the economy and help the Dems.

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        • cbjoasurf says:

          Praying for the “RED TSUNAMI” in November 2018 after which President Trump will have his way with the FED, IMMIGRATION, economy and pretty much anything else that needs fixing in this country. If we are able to elect a MAGA super majority in the House and Senate the truly GOOD TIMES in AMERICA will rock and roll. The ball is in OUR HANDS and the American People need to carry the ball into the end zone in the midterms.

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          • pnj01 says:

            I call it the “Republican Tsunami” instead. Red is part of a dichotomy the MSM introduced to take some of the sting out of the Democrats’ 70 year flirtation with Red Communism (70 years at the time Communism fell and they were able to repurpose the color scheme).

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          • Jederman says:

            Agree, the “ball is in our hands” and indeed we have to vote, but voting ain’t what it used to be given the undo influence of all those unelected, entrenched, corrupted (globalists/marxists) bureaucrats. Immigration, the Fed are all 25m targets. Reducing (drastically) the size of the fed gvt should be the ultimate goal. Unfortunately, PTrump didn’t campaign on that issue, he maintained that he would simply manage it better. Perhaps that was to keep them off his back during the campaign. But as we see now, they are unmanageable and have to go. The juice ain’t worth the squeeze. Get out the chainsaw.

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            • Remember, right after the election, President Trump instructed his cabinet secretaries, particularly State, to set about cutting department employees by 20% or so. I know Rex Tillerson reported that he was working on it. So were some of the others. He also did a hiring freeze. But the deep state fought it so hard that he had to back off. I am very sure that issue will rise again to become an important agenda item after the midterms.

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          • Betty says:

            “Praying for the “RED TSUNAMI” in November 2018 …”

            Yes, pray but be aware the opposing force which underestimated our turn out for 2016 will not do that again. I wish we could get some kind of voter id law or executive order established before Nov. Could President Trump, using National Security as the reason sign an executive order for a nationwide picture voter id in order to vote in Federal elections. I guess the 9th Circuit court would put an injunction but could President Trump put in the executive order that it was a National security issue and no injunctions are allowed and that no votes from any polling place that disregards the order will be counted. They love calling him a bully, so in this instance I am fine with him actually being a bully.

            I have already been contacted and asked to volunteer to be an election judge, so they are looking to fill the openings now. Please think about volunteering to be an election judge or a poll watcher.

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        • J Gottfred says:

          The real reason there was never a rate increase during Obama is because O doesn’t know what interest rates are. When it comes to the economy he is a dumb as a fence post in the prairie during a snow storm. Ask me how I really feel.

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          • peace says:

            I feel the same way. And he and his wife spend, spend, spend as though money grows on trees. I’m hoping he wakes up someday and finds out his pot is empty and his money funders will have abandoned him as a useless tool.

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            • NJF says:

              And they just spent $8+ million to buy that house 3 blocks from the WH. I thought they were only staying until the youngest daughter graduated HS.

              I guess that timeline was
              Supposed to line up with Trump’s impeachment.

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              • Orygun says:

                The Democrats own DC. DC is the safest place in this country for a corruptocrat to live. Living among the people that have all benefited from the corruption.
                While the rest of the nation suffered for decades DC reveled in its wealth.

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            • Jedi9 says:

              He just gave a speech in Africa about how rich people should share their wealth and how they don’t need Big houses and all that other nonsense! Meanwhile he is currently building a Swimming pool and has a second house in California that was formerly owned by Bing Cosby if I am not mistaken or some other celebrity in the famous oasis in California! Total hypocrite d-bag!

              http://amp.dailycaller.com/2018/07/19/obama-house-rich/

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          • powderdayrules says:

            He’s even dumber than that without his teleprompter, J Gottfred. C’mon, tell us how you really feel, please!

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            • J Gottfred says:

              How I really feel?? Ok here you go… Obama could not create a private sector job if all it required was blowing up a paper bag and popping it.

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          • thedoc00 says:

            Actually the low interests accomplished exactly what Obama’s financial and political handlers wanted. Obama knew exactly what was being done.
            1. Masked the magnitude of the debt he was incurring to implement all the social welfare he was enacting.
            2. Allowed Wall Street to cheaply clear their balance sheets and regain all their losses, restart overseas.
            3. Totally wrecked savings industry, forced ALL savings instruments into the stock market.

            I see the FED as the financial version Patriot Act. Its supporters see it as a necessary evil as they ignore all the illegalities (damages) done under its covers.

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            • An American says:

              thedocoo, 👍 !

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            • Singer says:

              And remember when Obama was lauded for calling the bottom of the market in March of 2009?

              “What you’re now seeing is profit and earning ratios are starting to get to the point where buying stocks is a potentially good deal if you’ve got a long-term perspective on it,” President Obama said. Press Conference – March 3, 2009

              Market bottom – March 9, 2009.

              Either he made the most coincidental prediction of all time or it was a planned event and he was reading from his “script”. His apparently not knowing what a P/E Ratio is supports the latter.

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            • Mark McQueen says:

              I was going to comment about extremely low rates being bad also. You did nicely. Thank you.

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            • Jedi9 says:

              Speculation is cheap when it costs nothing! That was the gravy train for traders during the years of zero interest rates!

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        • NvMtnOldMan says:

          Vince–MAGA economics is like the U.S. Military–You can slow it down but NEVER stop it.

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    • Coldeadhands says:

      Yeah and all the economics turds on FOX Business were hyperventilating all day over Potus’ comments disdaining unnecessary interest raises by the Fed. You’d think he burned their bible!
      Lou Dobbs excluded.

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    • Jedi9 says:

      Yeah as much as I agree, that would be a very dangerous proposition for Trump! It is my belief that is what got Kennedy killed!

      In order to kill the FED it would take an act of a major revolution for that to happen!

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    • MAJA says:

      I so agree!

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    • JAS says:

      The Europeans had always wanted to fleece the USA, hence the “FED”. Huge, huge mistake by Woodrow Wilson. The “FED” controls our economy, plain and simple.

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    • “Some people think that the Federal Reserve Banks are United States Government institutions. They are private monopolies which prey upon the people of these United States for the benefit of themselves and their foreign customers; foreign and domestic speculators and swindlers; and rich and predatory money lenders.”

      – The Honorable Louis McFadden, Chairman of the House Banking and Currency Committee in the 1930s

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      • Jedi9 says:

        They create money out of thin air! The fractional lending system was intended to make debt slaves of us all, as the Bankers in which the parasites of humanity that they are hoard the wealth and limit the money supply in circulation! Banks indeed have gotten too powerful and are probably most responsible for most of the worlds armed conflicts throughout history! Almost all wars are over commerce and banks have always been a part of that equation licking their greasy chops on which hedge to bet! It’s a zero sum game, and sometimes humans are a wretched species for playing along!

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    • Foxy says:

      I agree. Very few people seem to realize that the “Fed” is not a government agency, bureau, department, etc – its private. The confusion arises because the board of governors is appointed by the executive branch – but they don’t have any formal control.

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    • bbgunn says:

      Actually PDJT should Thank and take a page from the playbook of OBOZO and just like OBOZO when he negated all the Bond Holders Rights with the GM bailout, PDJT should do the same thing with the Fed and tell them to suckit and say their Rights have been terminated. Why would anyone be upset? Our former Beautiful, Benevolent, and all Omnipotent President Barack Hussein Obama said it was okay and nobody complained except for a few 1000 bond holder, but they got over it.

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  4. p'odwats says:

    This president is all business. He takes his job very seriously and can see all the flaws of the federal government and the people who run it from the elected politicians to the bureaucrats. That’s why these Deep State critters hate the president. President Trump believes the federal government must work for all Americans. The Swamp believes the government exists only for them and they treat it like their own personal playground!

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    • Curry Worsham says:

      Nailed it.This was a business interview – very different than the Hannity-type political interviewers. These two guys are talking like they have for years – only now one of them is the leader of the free world. Fabulous interview! Like a boss!

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    • beach lover says:

      You can see how comfortable he is talking about what he knows and loves. If you pulled up an interview with him from 25 yrs ago, it would be the same. He is authentic. Something the swap rats just don’t get.

      He may be in a political position, but he is not a politician first, so he makes mistakes that a polished pol may not make. Who cares! I’d much rather have an honest genuine person making decisions for our country. THIS is what makes the left’s heads explode.

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  5. American Male says:

    Today CNBC was all about smearing VSG POTUS Donald J. Trump and his tariffs against the trade cheaters, it’s truly disgusting. The only reason I was watching late this afternoon, before the closing bell, was to see if pederast-friendly Disney took a hit after firing the pedophile James Gunn whom they had directing their blockbuster “superhero” movies. I learned my lesson I should’ve been watching FOX Business.

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    • Jedi9 says:

      No you didn’t learn your lesson! You shouldn’t be watching at all!

      Kill your TV!

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      • American Male says:

        I’m blaming the wife, she was worried about her investments/stock market, I tell her to watch FOX Business but she forgets the channel # plus she doesn’t want to circumcise the cable due to the local news/local severe weather reports.

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        • American Male says:

          Believe me if it was up to me I’d throttle cable and with it Very Fake News CNN, degenerate/freak network TLC, and MSDNC along with a bunch of other crap channels. I hate the cost for what we get and we’re on the “basic” plan, we don’t order movies, specials etc., no boxing, no wrestling.

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          • Eric says:

            You can still watch the local news and check information without even having to pay for TV. We actually cut our lines I’d say back before Christmas and I’ve not regretted it. The only time I watch Fox News is in the morning with Ms. Childers (real good friends with her father) and Jillian Mele.

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            • Jedi9 says:

              You really you don’t need to watch TV or legacy media anymore. You just need internet to get everything you want. I believe this is a much better way to go in terms of being informed, limiting your time of indulgence and having the presence of mind to filter out the nonsense we keep seeing and hearing about coming from the traditional media sources. (Fake News) Sitting and watching TV (vegging out) is sometimes good when watching movies that you choose to watch with your family, but the days of indulging in the evening news and sitcoms of indoctrination are coming to end! I am actually surprised people are still watching that garbage! I think bringing back family time where we talk, spend quality time together should not involve anything resembling a TV. When I say TV, I mean NBC, CBS, ABC, Cable, or any other sources that is controlled by the globalist media corps. Create memories yourself, with your family! Don’t allow TV to take those memories away! Nor allow it to poison our minds, which essentially its what it has done for the past 50 years with communistic indoctrination.

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          • mdaush says:

            You will find more time for worthy pursuits if you cut the cord. We don’t miss it a bit but I have to figure out something before college football starts. My wife is a rabid SEC fan. Hoddy Toddy!

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          • Deb says:

            Get a digital antennae for local channels. They are free. We get about 30 channels with our antennae. You can get Roku or Hulu if you want to subscribe to individual channels like OAN.

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        • GB Bari says:

          There are several cheap or free apps for your smartphone that give you current market metrics all day every day. There are also very good apps that provide severe storm warning alerts, maps, radar and much more. And there’s no politics involved.
          Turn off the tv news. Turn on the smartphone apps.

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        • JonS says:

          Cut the cable. Roku has free local news. That’s free with a zero

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          • soozword says:

            True, but so far Roku only covers the major cities. Here in SW Utah we can only get Las Vegas or Salt Lake City news via Roku, both of which are pretty useless.

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            • Deb says:

              Get a digital antennae for local news. Mine cost $20, and I get about 30 free channels and all the local news.

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              • soozword says:

                Looked into that when I first moved here a couple years ago. We live about 20 miles from the broadcast tower over a couple mountain ridges so doubtful it would work. But you never know with new technology so we should try it.

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                • Orygun says:

                  It has gotten better. I used to have a mast in the backyard and finally gave up. Tried it again last year with just an antenna in the house and I get about 10 channels. If I want local news I can just go to the antenna.
                  They are about $30 for a decent one and are rather amazing.

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                • American Male says:

                  That’s my problem, I’m an hour outside NYC, in a bowl tucked right behind a mountain ridge, since the WTC Towers were attacked reception is spotty even with an antenna on the roof, somehow I get a couple of stations out of Philly which is of no use weather/news-wise.

                  Thanks to all for the suggestions, I’ll look into Roku and the other services.

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  6. PMadison says:

    “So Joe, I could have a much easier life if I wanted to do it incorrectly. It would be much easier for me.”
    Ha! I love it.

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    • fleporeblog says:

      The man speaks the truth and that is why we LOVE him so much! China thought they could throw $80 billion dollars at us and we would run away happy and content. Our President understands what the Chinese motivations are. Espionage cases in all 50 states according to Director Wray. This isn’t about the deficit with them. This is about the future of our country both today put more importantly 25 years from now.

      Our President is going to cripple China over the next 6 years. He has no choice. He looks at his beautiful grandkids and says to himself that grandpa is going to make sure you never have to worry about China when you get older.

      That is what drives our President, Secretary Ross, Peter Navarro, Ambassador Lighthizer and our Kuala Bear!

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  7. True Treeper says:

    Thanks for posting, SD. CNBC was running with a “Trump has designs on taking over the Fed” fake meme all day….

    Libs should be forced to watch this entire interview, strapped in their seats w their eyelids taped open…

    Anyone watching this would have to conclude here’s a reasonable man taking on several difficult problems (not of his making) simultaneously and all he wants to do is “to make a deal”, but a fair one for both sides. Like he said, he “doesn’t want China to be scared” he just needs to get things more in balance, more equitable…

    How great is it that he’s our president!

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  8. Bullseye says:

    Kicking azz and taking names !! Thank you PDJT

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  9. Long day for me, but I watched this and feel energized. I love this man. Thank you for your endless energy, optimism, and truth, Mr President. After my stressful day, I can sleep well knowing this man is our Chief.

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  10. alliwantissometruth says:

    Imagine for a second if the MS Media was under a spell, & the only thing that came out of their mouths was the truth. They could stay silent, but if they opened their mouths, only the truth would come out

    What would the news sound like?

    It would sound like this…

    Silence. There would be nothing said. They’d be paralyzed with fear. They would sit & stare blankly into the camera’s

    The leftist actors & actresses who portray journalists on made for TV & cable fictitious news shows simply wouldn’t know what to do with themselves

    And that’s what’s become of MS journalism, it’s not real. It’s a show, an ongoing soap opera that follows the script handed to them

    Pathetic

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  11. hillbilly4 says:

    President Trump is a once in a generation leader. His business skills and knowledge are beyond reproach. What I like about him is the ability to see through a problem. His insight into the Chinese trade-problem is one that perhaps very few Westerners could decipher: the Chinese told him that when everyone was trading…no one from the US would talk about the trade. In other words, no one knew HOW to horse-swap. Our government negotiators simply did not have the skills to barter. A skill learned from BUSINESS deals…never to be learned in academia or insulated government service. How sad…we have lost trillions of dollars, seen industries worn down, manufacturing nearly disappear – because our people were out-hustled by the Chinese. The Chinese Communists were better at Western-style Capitalism than we were.

    Where is the next generation of ‘horse-traders’ to come from?

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    • True Treeper says:

      So true, and well stated! Remember President Trump’s story about the new US Embassy building in Jerusalem?

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    • Psycho Monkee says:

      Great points Hillbilly4. The next generation of ‘horse-traders’ are currently being schooled by 🇺🇸❤️PDJT❤️🇺🇸. They’re observing the endless slings and arrows our beloved President takes and yet perseveres. They are of firm character and filled with goodness. They love the Lord. They love We The People. They are 100% focused on 🇺🇸 first. And, they know there are 10’s of millions of us who will support them. Never in my life did I believe anyone could top President Regean. The Lord indeed works in mysterious ways. And the power of prayer is beyond compare.

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    • 🍺Gunny says:

      If you have ever been to Asia……anywhere in Asia…..you walk the streets and people are selling things. Heck……everywhere and any where they are selling things….

      And……..everyone bargains. This I learned in Asia. Never ever pay the first price they ask. If you do they think you are some kind of fool.

      Any price they asked, I always went very low only offer. Then they would laugh and come down a little in price.

      Then you bargain until they will not go down further……then….you walk away……

      That is when they will stop you and go to ther lowest price. If you do not bargain, they do not respect you.

      Came back from Asia. Went to the mall to buy a shirt. I asked how much.
      Sales clerk said $30. I said; “I’ll give you twenty”

      She looked at me like I was nuts……”No, it’s $30….that’s it.

      True story….It’s called going Asiatic…..Our President is bargaining with the Chinese
      They respect that.

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      • spren says:

        Ten years ago I was on the border of Israel and Jordan. We were traveling to see the Lost City of Petra. Our son was with us and had already learned the ropes from teaching in Jerusalem and traveling all around the area.

        We needed to hire a taxi to take us from the border to Petra. He told us to just stand back and let him do the talking. We saw him and the driver screaming at each other as they negotiated the price. Then my son would walk away and the driver would come back after him to further negotiate. This went on several times and I was fearful there was going to be a fight. All at once they agreed on the price and off we went. The driver was then very friendly, even at one point inviting us to his house for tea. It was amazing, but the bargaining was exactly as you described.

        As an aside, all of the Jordanians we met were extremely friendly and helpful people, completely unlike those we encountered in Egypt – a dirty, poluted country where I would never go again.

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      • Jedi9 says:

        Very true!

        There is a common market in Beijing called the “Silk Market” where all the “Lao Wai’s (foreigners) go to in order to get cheap stuff! There you can get almost anything, knock offs on all brand names, rugs, leather goods, shoes clothing, electronics etc, even communist pilot helmets with the Chinese red star. The best stuff were items that were made in Mongolia! I had my eye on a Persian rug, (a real one) and I did the same thing. I already had a price in my mind that I was willing to pay, and at my first walk around I made an offer and the sales man sad no, very forcefully, but I laughed in his face and walked away! I then went and did more browsing in the market, had launch and about two hours later circled around again! The same man remembering me previously offered me a lower price, and I countered! He said no! I then began to walk away again and he then stopped me and said “ok, ok, 300!” In my mind I was already convinced that I didn’t need the rug and was already prepared to just walk away without buying it! Sometimes it’s how you think that is the tell to not give away your position! Anyway that is how I approach my negotiations in all things! First get to a point in your mind that you don’t need it and then you are already negotiating from a place of strength rather than weakness! Works for me every time! Asia is a great place to hone your negotiating skills in anything you do in life! Best book I read for this sort of mind set is “You Can Negotiate Anything” by Herb Coen! Best investment I ever made!

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      • Kate says:

        You are correct Gunny, I went to Thailand to visit my husband while he was on R&R, bargaining was so much fun for me but my husband was shocked, it was hard for him to bargain but not me, our daughter and husband now live in Hong Kong and of course it is the same.

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      • Howdy Gunny! Great post.

        I get a kick out of the way people act when I try to negotiate retail prices. Many act like I just insulted their mother! Every now and then one grins and says -yeh, I think we can sell i to you for %x. Those are the good ones.

        I think negotiation is an important skill- for one it is great practice for not being a victim and taking whatever slop is offered you. It increases self-esteem, it hardens you to the idea that “everyone needs to love me” and of course it conserves precious capital. It’s not always convenient, but it’s valuable.

        Here in the deep south I have to be careful not to insult the vendor. That’s a pretty tough trick. However once they understand I’m negotiating out of respect and need it goes pretty well.

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      • Paco Loco says:

        Imagine undertaking a sales negotiation for a multi-million dollar US product with the Chinese. I did it for years all over Asia. Bottom line on negotiating a deal is that you have to be able to get up and leave the negotiation. The Chinese are experts at it, so are the Indians. I was in one negotiation in India that lasted six months. Hard bargaining is common all over the world. No such thing as a “set price”. Only a starting point for negotiations.

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      • Deb says:

        It’s called haggling.

        Haggling can still be done with small businesses where the owner and manager have more control. Large corporate stores give no authority to their employees to haggle.

        This is one reason the demise of Main Street is so harmful to small towns. Local owners can adjust pricing and inventory to meet local needs. Large corporate stores dictate to the small town managers how things must be run, and so the response to local condition changes is slow at best.

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    • David A says:

      Capitalism would have given them slower, yet very steady growth. They practiced mercantilism on a international level. Think ” robber barons” on steroids! ( not capitalism, but Facism, where ” corporations” exist as vassels of the central government) That is how they grew so fast, and why the reset to fair markets will be painful. Their GDP will slow 2 to 3 percent.

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    • Geoff Goedde says:

      Too much money changing hands, flowing out of our economy and our pockets for all this activity to be called incompetence.

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  12. There is something normal and refreshing about a guy who wants to get along with others and wants to make this country better but also the other countries better.

    BUT can point his finger and say, I’ll be their worst nightmare if they screw this up!
    And absolutely mean it.

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    • Minnie says:

      ⭐️⭐️⭐️

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    • Curry Worsham says:

      In other words, an attitude adjustment.
      Watch this. Scott Adams is explaining how Trump meant to say “I don’t know why he would”.

      “Gigantic carrot if you’re good. Gigantic stick, you’re in super trouble, if you do anything like this again [meddle in election]. And given that frame, [Trump says] ‘I don’t see why he would.’..He’s not talking about whether he did, he’s talking about Putin’s motivation which he had just changed.[in the meeting].”

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      • I had no idea what was going on when the “conflicting statement” poop came out.

        What I have learned to do is default to trusting the skill and instinct of My President.

        Sure enough- he was right (again). And I was too because I have backed the right horse.

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    • cthulhu says:

      I’ve been in business. It is a mark of shame to do a deal where you make money and the other party loses money. Mind you, they may not make nearly as much money as they thought they would….

      If circumstances change to where one party is going to take a total bath on something, you have to renegotiate or he’ll be out of business the next time you want to do a deal with him. He’s got to feed his children and keep his employees and keep the doors open.

      If he works with you, works the extra hours, makes things happen…..you are honor-bound to soften the blow and keep doing business with him.

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  13. Minnie says:

    “Getting along with Russia is a good thing, it’s good, but if for some reason that doesn’t work out I will be President Putin’s biggest nightmare”

    Art of the Deal 101

    Thank you, Mr. President!

    I could listen to and watch President Trump speak endlessly and never tire.

    #WINNNG

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  14. CNN_sucks says:

    Trump is on top of his game. Awesome president.

    Liked by 10 people

  15. JoD says:

    OK…I’ll say it…I think it might be my turn, anyway….
    Like a BOSS!

    Liked by 7 people

  16. WSB says:

    Wonderful interview! Thank you for presenting this, Sundance!

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  17. Mike diamond says:

    President Trump is getting things done for all of us! The swamp rats,and the demo-,rats the liberal news media are trying to block him at every turn,but they won’t win the light and the truth will shine!

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  18. wheatietoo says:

    Joe Kernen probably got scolded by his globalist-owned bosses for being so cordial with our President.
    Joe walks a fine line at CNBC, trying to be fair…while trying to keep to the script that his bosses put forth.

    Our President is exposing the years of bad deals that all our previous ‘leaders’ have made.
    Not just in Trade…but in everything.

    We shouldn’t have to pay our Allies to be our allies.
    Letting other countries prey on us…take advantage of us…let’s call that what it is:
    It is paying them to be our friend.

    This practice is a vestige of the Cold War that we don’t have to do anymore.
    Our ruling class got into this rut…because it was just accepted that this is what we ‘had to do’ as part of our Foreign Policy.

    President Trump is shattering all the old ridiculous habits…habits that the Globalists have depended on for their largess…and is speaking with common sense that is irrefutable.

    This is like kryptonite to the Globalists.
    This is why they have pulled out all the stops in their efforts to destroy PDJT.
    They have released all their flying monkeys and monsters.
    They are desperate.

    We are so fortunate to have Pres Trump fighting tirelessly for us.

    Thank you Mr. President!
    Best President ever.

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  19. California Joe says:

    You’d think that Joe Kernan, who’s a pretty square shooter, would make sure that the interview with President Trump was broadcast all over CNBC. Why would President Trump give Joe Kernan or CNBC the time of day now?

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    • wheatietoo says:

      “Why would President Trump give Joe Kernan or CNBC the time of day now?”
      ____

      Because he is trying to show their viewers that he is not the ‘monster’ that the enemedia has been portraying him as.

      And…because he is fearless.
      He faces all our enemies head on…which includes the enemedia.

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      • Curry Worsham says:

        True, but Joe was kinda meek though, iykwim.

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        • wheatietoo says:

          Respectful.
          Joe was being appropriately respectful…knowing that he was fortunate to be in the presence of greatness.

          Joe Kernen is a horndog.
          Pres Trump has probably seen Joe drunk and slobbering over pretty girls, at one or more of his hotels/resorts, over the years.

          Notice the subtle reference to how many ‘years’ PDJT has known Joe?
          Yeah.
          Pres Trump has probably seen ole Joe at his worst…and has been a gentleman about it and not ever mentioned it.

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          • Curry Worsham says:

            LOL

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          • carterzest says:

            The things those deplorable “sober”folks must have seen .

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          • It’s not acceptable to say this in 2018 but…….

            In the decades I have been a businessman I have seen one thing born out over and over: The skills of obtaining wealth are very similar to the skills of wooing a woman.

            Women are attracted to “high centrality” (alpha) men and the more wealthy and powerful they are the the more women they attract. Add to that the hotter the woman the greater the temptation.

            Add another thing to this explosive combination: Women who loose interest in sex after childbirth and some aging. Rejection at home and acceptance at work= uh oh.

            I have seen the best and most moral men slip on that banana peel. I am NOT arguing that some men do not grant themselves “special allowances” out of moral turpitude. Far from it.

            I personally believe that the best sex is at home with the wife of your youth. If each both spouses are not unified in keeping the union alive disaster strikes.

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        • David A says:

          Any voters on the bubble seeing this interview, are likely walk-away P Trump supporters. The network will not make this mistake again.

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  20. Curry Worsham says:

    Thread is dead. That’s what I said.

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  21. USA loves Melania says:

    Around 12:50 in the video my favorite President appears to refer to his mind as “The Computer”.

    Interviewer: “That was in your mind as well?”

    POTUS: “Maybe. In The Computer. I mean maybe.”

    😉

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  22. Turranos says:

    PDJT gets up in the morning, or he never sleeps. He then thinks of his enemies…and his says under his breath, “Anytime – Anywhere!”

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  23. Lis says:

    Golly but Trump’s honesty rocks my socks. Thank you for sharing, Sundance.

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  24. anthohmy says:

    The nodding of the head duly noted.

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  25. MAJA says:

    Do you think that the leftys just don’t know what love Is? Because that’s what’s motivating our President, and the left is so cynical that they can’t comprehend good intentions and mistake pretty words hiding horrific abuse (of power, of people, of Americans, of our republic) for the real thing?

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  26. starfcker says:

    Is purple your favorite color, Joe?

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  27. Publius2016 says:

    Great interview! CNBC did not interrupt…President Trump gave very clear answers on current events and offerred additional analysis on the future without revealing plans.

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  28. Josh says:

    Hi Sundance

    Another superb interview with Hungarian MP.

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    • The Boss says:

      How the EU needs more men like this!

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    • Josh says:

      The Hungarian mp at the 15 o mark he says we are a Christian country and he is proud to say so even though the liberals will persecute him and he feels a responsibility to protect the Christian people all over the world. No one does anything for Christian’s we have to work hard educate ourself so we can migrate legally to Christian countries that accept migrants from everywhere unlike other countries that don’t permit migration. No one wants to accept Christian refugees or prioritize them they say they are interested in protecting the minorities but the Christian are minorities in these violent nations being slaughtered. go figure!.

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  29. Pyrthroes says:

    The Federal Reserve is a aelf-dealing Wall Street banking consortium, instigated December 1913 by California Senator and “progressive” Manhattan lawyer William Gibbs McAdoo, who became Woodrow Wilson’s son-in-law the following year. Following Wilson’s Constitutional Amendments XVI and XVII (national Income tax plus direct election of Senators), any sentient citizen stands appalled at the sheer, willful sabotage of Founders’ classic institutions.

    As Sundance/CTH put it last July 17th 2017, re-posted just this week: “People with vested financial interests in the process have sold a narrative that global manufacturing, global sourcing, and global production was the inherent way of the future. But what’s brutally missed in the discussions is the fundamental truth that advocates selling this ‘global’ message have a vested financial and ideological interest in convincing the information consumer it’s just a natural outcome of progress.

    “It’s not natural at all. It is a process that is entirely controlled, promoted and utilized by large conglomerates and massive financial corporations.”

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  30. getfitnow says:

    Lists tough measures, POTUS mentioned in interview, he’s taken against Russia.

    FTA – Pearl Harbor. Kristallnacht. Treason. High crimes and misdemeanors. These are some of the hyperventilating left’s overheated and ludicrous characterizations of President Trump’s remarks at his Helsinki press conference with Vladimir Putin.

    Listening to the Democrats and their wholly owned media subsidiary, you would have thought that Trump had (a) smilingly handed Putin a large red “reset” button or (b) had been caught on a hot mic during a global nuclear security summit murmuring to Putin’s representative that, after the midterm elections, he would have more flexibility in his dealings with Russia or (c) had signed off on a deal to give the Russians control of 20% of America’s uranium reserves in return for a $140,000,000 donation by Russian interests to his family’s foundation and a $500,000 fee paid to Melania for giving a speech in Moscow or (d) endangered national security by transmitting classified government documents over an unsecure private email server or (e) paid Russians for salacious, unverified slime to discredit Hillary Clinton or (f) during a presidential debate casually dismissed the Russian threat by joking that “The 1980s called; they want their foreign policy back.”

    https://spectator.org/trump-keeps-on-ticking/

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  31. Dan Patterson says:

    Propaganda disguised as news is not recent but is recently amplified with the rise of President Trump and the success of his agenda. The use of persuasive language and imagery should not surprise anyone but it’s misuse and the resultant intentional misdirection should make everyone nervous. Propaganda is not confined to military or politics and it’s flagrant use is disturbing because of the inaccurate depictions created.
    The Duck Boat tragedy in Missouri is a good example. Widely reported on every site I can find that the boat “capsized”. The mental image and response to that word is one of an immediate collapse of normal order, a disaster with very little time to react. The ship is overturned, keel-up with it’s occupants trapped like those on “The Poseidon Adventure” and our emotions are racing as we wait for more news. Gleefully wait for more news because we are animals that respond easily to sharp transition from calm-to-danger; no stranger is excited by a 4-year-old’s birthday cake.
    But the truth is the Duck Boat certainly did NOT capsize, but was swamped by waves. She slowly took on water over her deck until she wallowed under. No dramatic overturning with her bottom to the sky, she just stopped floating and sank. A fate for the victims that differs only in the retelling of the tale, and our response. “The Sky Is Falling” gives the emotionally retarded an easy platform to shout or listen while a factual recount of the event is bland and needs a little salt.
    Why does that matter, and how does any of that relate? Because the color of the tragedy is altered, just as the tone of information about the Trump administration is modified. Modified to cause a stampede, to create doubt, to stir emotion, and to change to course of the events. Dastardly acts on the part of the news readers, worse on the producers, and worse still on those who swallow it all whole without question.

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    • Psycho Monkee says:

      👍Dan Patterson👍

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    • littleanniesfannie says:

      Just one more example of how the Fake News spins everything to fit their narrative….EVERYTHING! If the transcripts of most news programs were to be put in libraries, the majority would have to be classified as fiction. Interviews like this would find the transcript in the American History section (970s).

      BTW, just saw Michelle Wolf’s latest foray into the world of twisted humor and I freely admit that a few bins of wing nuts are missing their wings. Sadly, the only thing humorous about Miz Wolf is that nasal voice of hers.could you expect anything more from an entity that hired Barack and Michelle to do documentaries? More fantasy.

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    • Jedi9 says:

      On the same premise of preying on fears, anxiety and emotions, was when the release of the movie “Jaws” happened which had much of the same effect as media today has on their viewers which uses such effects as a template to get people seduced and to keep watching to feed their addiction! People that summer refused to go to the beach for an entire month in fear of being attacked by a great white, proving how powerful the effect of media can have on the public’s perception in what they were willing to believe as being truth! The same is true with the news and other media sources where they encourage creative license where putting forth such embellishments for the sake of ratings is their main objective ! Today’s news standards is almost complete fiction and is almost on par with what the Hollywood version is. Sad but true!

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  32. Tonawanda says:

    Many great moments in thus interview.

    One I liked: when Trump was telling about his discussion with one of the “top” people in China and he asked how the trade relationship got so unbalanced. The Chinese guy said China would put a tax or tariff on an American product and no one on “our” side said a thing, so the Chinese would then proceed to raise the tariff/tax more and put tariffs/taxes on other things, and again total SILENCE from Obama and Bush.

    The story was great because you could almost “hear” Trump having this discussion.

    And also because it illustrates how our “leaders” could not give a rat’s posterior about the American people.

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    • littleanniesfannie says:

      Our founding fathers did not imagine that so many presidents would be products of law schools rather than business and common sense schools. They also could not imagine that the lawyers would/could be disbarred either!
      I fully admit that PDJT is brash and bombastic but he is also a VERY SPECIAL GENIUS so I can overlook those faults. At least he isn’t self-serving and out to line his own pockets from the job (think 44 and Moochie or the former FLOTUS and POTUS who left the White House with gifts that were not theirs to take. According to Fact-check.org “The Washington Post‘s disclosure that the Clintons took with them more than $190,000 in china, flatware, rugs, sofas and other personal gifts triggered an immediate backlash. The gifts included $7,375 for tables and chairs from Denise Rich, a prominent Democratic fundraiser and the ex-wife of a fugitive financier, Marc Rich, who was pardoned by Clinton on the president’s last day in office. Former President Jimmy Carter called the Rich pardon “disgraceful,” saying “some of the factors in his pardon were attributable to his large gifts.”

      As a result of the criticism, the Clintons decided on Feb. 2, 2001, to pay the government for $86,000 worth of items they received in 2000, as reported by the Washington Post.” Maybe this is why they were “broke” when they left the White House!

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  33. wodiej says:

    That was a great interview. No dumb questions. Trump revealed the subjects he talked about w Putin. I wonder how much longer Joe will be employed by fake news for doing a fair interview. lol

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  34. Jay j says:

    WOW! Agree with poster above…How long will this journalist be employed by CNBC before they suggest that he no longer carries the company’s mission?

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  35. pnj01 says:

    Even Joe Kernen tried to bring up something personal in the Trump-Putin relationship probably at the behest of his NBC headquarters folk. The MSM and Libs generally have definitely been “jazzed” by the homoerotic cartoon spawned by the NY Times. I think that is why they are desperate for any morsel of information on what went on in private between Putin and Trump. I think they would love to see a second cartoon on Donald-Vladimir. Meanwhile, THE 2018 REPUBLICAN WAVE IS BUILDING!

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  36. StanH says:

    Simply awesome. The Lion is roaring again, it would appear he’s rested from his trips abroad.

    I say again Thank God for President Donald J. Trump!

    MAGA!

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  37. tossed salad says:

    TRUMP
    PRESIDENT FOR LIFE
    Start printing hats!
    Blow all the left’s fuses!

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  38. Annie says:

    Good to hear his perspective

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  39. We the people know says:

    THE EXPANDING EMPIRE OF DONALD TRUMP
    NYT Magazine 1984

    His last appointment of the day is a committee meeting of the New York Vietnam Veterans Memorial Commission. He walks in late to a conference room at Price Waterhouse & Company, the accounting firm, where a group of about 10 men, most of whom look to be corporate junior executives about his age, tired looking young men with their ties lossened after a long day at the office, gathered around a conference table.

    Mr. Trump is the co-chairman, but he has not been to many of the meetings and, although they don’t show it, some of the committee members are peeved. The meeting has already begun when he strolls in. There are written reports on the table about design contests and a fund-raising campaign for a memorial. A good deal of hand-wringing is going on over how in the world to raise even a small portion of the $1.4 million needed. The men are stating the need to energize that component of the campaign, to plug into that sector, to interface. Mr. Trump does not take off his coat and slouches in a chair. When he finally speaks up, he says hat he is on the commission because the young men who went to Vietnam got a bad deal – which, about the worst thing that can happen to anyone.

    He then throws out the names of some people, friends of mine, whom they could probably tap for substantial contributions. Then, we’re going to have the fund-raiser at Trump Tower, he says, punching through the canvas. I’ve called the White House. The President is coming, so we can raise the price of the 800 tickets from $500 to $1,000. That will just about put you where you want to be.

    I have to be going, he says. All of the men stare silently at him as he stands and picks up a copy of the afternoon newspaper on the conference table, looking for a moment at his photograph on both the front and back pages, photographs taken at the sports forum where the men called out his name. That was 10 hours, several projects and milions of dollars ago. He shakes his head and smiles at the photographs as the men continue to stare at him intently.
    Read it all here:

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    • TwoLaine says:

      SUPERB!

      And that is without reading further. Bottom line, they were all peeved he wasn’t in prior meetings and were all pessimistic about the project. Yet he came in and showed that HE hadn’t been resting on his laurels whining about the prospects of getting this done. HE had been working his axx off GETTING IT DONE!

      As another famous person would say:

      GIT-R-Done!

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  40. Brainiac says:

    The NYT is in business for one thing only: to destroy DJT and the GOP and conservatives.
    All else is window dressing.

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    • Deb says:

      That article is flattering, it’s from 1984z it’s good to remind people that before the media hated PDJT, they loved him and used him to sell newspapers get ratings.

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  41. jackphatz says:

    Isn’t Kernen the one who was found to be giving ‘some’ Wall Street companies much more favorable reviews and chat and others much lower ones that actually came out to be corporate favoritism to influence the stock prices…ok, i’m paraphrasing but this happened in after 2000.

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  42. 335blues says:

    How can anybody be unclear on some obvious truths,
    the communist democrat party, and their propaganda wing,
    the marxist media are intent on destroying America as founded.
    “We are five days away from fundamentally transforming the United States of America.”
    “The Constitution is an imperfect document, and I think it is a document that reflects
    some deep flaws in American culture…”
    “They get bitter, they cling to guns or religion or antipathy to people who aren’t like them or anti-immigrant sentiment or anti-trade sentiment as a way to explain their frustrations.”
    ~Barack Obama, former communist President of the United States of America

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  43. Lactantius says:

    Trump is unscripted and able to talk turkey about economics on a highly complex level of understanding. Einstein, famous for blackboards loaded with his calculus created his concise formula of energy equals mass and the speed of light (squared): e-mc2. Einstein also declared: “Things should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler.” There is a huge difference between “simple” and “simplistic.”

    Trump constantly provokes some people. It was Epictetus who warned that it is the opinion of the person which is provoked and therefore, that person with the provoked opinion who needs to examine his own opinion. Trump provokes and the political-correctness crowd calls it assault and battery. Or stupidity. Or treasonous.

    In 2016, 243 daily newspapers endorsed Hillary Clinton and 20 daily newspapers endorsed Trump. Yet Trump won 30 states and a Yuge electoral college majority of votes. What we can extrapolate from these statistics is that the newspapers play to their dwindling numbers of readers and subscribers and newspapers are surviving in urban population densities. Therefore, newspapers are preaching to their choir of subscribers. Trump provokes these people. And these people want Trump to shut up or be shut up.

    Trump is perpetually campaigning to the Trump people and buoying them up by provoking the Anti-Trump and Never-Trump people. The provoked keep getting themselves into bigger and bigger snits and making bigger and bigger asses of themselves.

    Meanwhile, if “its the economy, stupid” is really true, then Trump is trouncing the provoked haters hand over fist.

    If the provoked had even a shred of evidence that Trump is screwing around with “voodoo economics”, the CNBC interview could have been parsed and Trump could have been trashed as a simplistic moron. But Trump is not a simplistic moron and the provoked don’t even have solid ground beneath the wobbly leg they stand on.

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    • Sharon says:

      His ability to talk off the cuff with expertise and confidence is unlike anything I’ve seen from any POTUS in my lifetime (and I remember when Ike was elected – who I liked).

      In addition to his expertise, his habit of saying what is true saves all the “planning how to say things” that is a constant drain on those who depend on deception and manipulation to implement their desires. His energy is well-used: he gets high benefit from every chunk of information given, every explanation laid out.

      What a relief to have a knowledgeable and tested leader of men who is already experienced in the business of international influence.

      Thank God we do not have a politician as POTUS.

      Reagan had the same heart and enthusiasm but not the depth of experience, not the practical understanding of how stuff works.

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    • Joshua says:

      *like*

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    • Joshua says:

      Yes! Thank u for explaining that. I will now say it now to myself as:

      They are the one’s jettisoning

      their opinion

      The assault is actually theirs.

      – that is less words (therefore thoughts and pieces) therefore better.

      Love me this place

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  44. TwoLaine says:

    I have not watched this yet, but I want to say a few things BEFORE I watch.

    1.) I’ve been wondering all week where the rest of this interview was. There was only one clip that Fox was playing, and that was a clip of POTUS TRUMP saying he would be Putin’s worst enemy if the try at peace was unsuccessful. Not that any of us TREEPERS ever doubted it!

    THANK YOU AGAIN Sundance for procuring it and sharing! I look forward to watching.

    2.) I had a couple of sleepless nights this week due to a death in the family, and as I do, I was flipping cable FAKE NEWZ channels in MUTE mode. On the same early morning MSNBC was broadcasting a story about a poll on the UNBREAKABLE SUPPORT for POTUS TRUMP, they and every other station were still trying to drum up OUTRAGE for him being guilty of treason, simply for MEETING with Putin.

    Bottom line, we all knew they were going to go after him just for trying to broker peace with a country they obviously have A LOT TO HIDE WITH, and they were going to do it regardless of what actually happened. Just as they did with NOKO. Any excuse would do, and they all proved just that.

    Most of us know that the job of a President is to be the Chief Diplomat, and at the same time the Commander-in-Chief. Most of us want peace with the rest of the world. Those who continuously mock and fight him at every turn are clearly NOT FOR PEACE.

    Personally, I think this needs to be made clear in any commercials the RNC does for anyone. President TRUMP is tirelessly working for PEACE & PROSPERITY for EVERYONE!

    These are the kind of people we want to elect to Congress as well.

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    • TwoLaine says:

      Media Aghast as Best Efforts Fail To Drop Trump Approval Below 79% Among GOP After Summit
      by Ben Marquis
      20 Jul 2018

      https://www.westernjournal.com/ct/media-aghast-efforts-fail-drop-trump-approval-among-gop

      Truly, the paragraph below the story says it all. This is their plan. To keep people from knowing the truth…

      “Facebook has greatly reduced the distribution of our stories in our readers’ newsfeeds and is instead promoting mainstream media sources. When you share to your friends, however, you greatly help distribute our content. Please take a moment and consider sharing this article with your friends and family. Thank you.”

      Thank God there are plenty of alternatives to FAKEBOOK.

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    • TwoLaine says:

      NEVER saw this on FNC either…

      Hillary Calls For ‘Defending Diplomats:’ Blindsided when Benghazi Survivor Brings Up Dead Brothers
      by Ben Marquis
      20 Jul 2018

      https://www.westernjournal.com/ct/hillary-calls-defending-diplomats-blindsided-benghazi-survivor-brings-dead-brothers

      Must not have fit ANY of their narratives.

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    • TwoLaine says:

      The UNIParty & the Media are a NATIONAL DISGRACE Neither will EVER recover.

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    • TwoLaine says:

      I watched it all. Surely there is more.
      They must be hiding it in fear of… 😉

      I am amazed how many times the word “peace” came into the discussion, and it shows that my pre-watch comments are right on point.

      I was for POTUS TRUMP from the day he came down in the elevator and have never wavered. I knew he would be the best thing that ever happened to the USA, and every day he proves me right.

      And every day the MEDIA and the UNIParty prove that they are the biggest BULLIES and ENEMIES against WE THE PEOPLE, EVER! They continually want us to believe pure fabricated nonsense and the smart people are not buying it.

      I think that like the 2010, 2012, 2014 and 2016 elections, 2018 will be a RED WAVE LIKE THE WORLD HAS NEVER SEEN BEFORE! Disenfranchised DIMs and Independents will come out in full force for POTUS TRUMP in 2018, even though he is not on the ballot. They will do it because THEY KNOW HE IS THE ONLY ONE WORKING FOR THEM EVERY DAY, and he needs more people to make it happen!

      Think of it… The ELITES are pissed because POTUS TRUMP is closing all of their unfair and illegal loopholes. They can’t claim overpriced state taxes anymore as a deduction against their federal income. They might actually have to fight to curb that crap at the local level now, and letting ILLEGALS vote in the local process is A STINK MADE IN HEAVEN.

      Hiring ILLEGALS should be next up for the TRUMP AXE!

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    • Joshua says:

      Lord, Please comfort TwoLaine and his family in this time of grief.
      Lord, Please let everyone know that they are not alone.
      That they are all welcome to bask in your Spirit and to drown Your Light.
      For thine is the Glory
      Amen

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      • TwoLaine says:

        Amen.

        Joshua, Thank You, truly. I wasn’t expecting that, or looking for it, but I appreciate your caring enough to pray for me and my family. How very touching.

        Our loss was not unexpected at age 88. Old age takes everyone sooner or later, but nonetheless it was still bittersweet, and of course a loss like that always brings on the remembrances of other family losses, and melancholy days.

        I will remember and treasure your special prayer. TL

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  45. Sparty says:

    I dug the interview bigot, and approach by Joe. Obviously for decades he’s gotten to know PDJT, and obvious to me Joe respects and likely admires Pres Trump.

    Worst nightmare statement at end was real. Putin knows full well our energy sector going into overdrive wrt oil and gas export will smash into his economic engine with force , quite possibly bury it.

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  46. Jeff Webb says:

    Saturday afternoon, Martini in hand and finally with a chance to watch this interview. PDJT is awesome IMHO. As SD mentions, clear why MSNBC doesn’t want to sound bite this. There would be too many blue to red converts!

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  47. Wow, Trump looks so good.
    And he makes total sense.
    What a gift from Heaven, POTUS 45.

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