U.N. Bilat #8 – President Donald Trump and British PM Theresa May….

President Trump and British Prime Minister Theresa May meet on the sidelines of the U.N. General Assembly.  The recent request by the U.K. government for President Trump to keep their involvement in the soft-coup attempt hidden from the public appears in the corner of the discussion; as Prime Minister May notes ongoing talks toward the U.S. and U.K “security relationship” with nervous elocution.

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88 Responses to U.N. Bilat #8 – President Donald Trump and British PM Theresa May….

  1. Ditch Mitch says:

    That was short, bunch of niceties. Nice handling of the shouted questions “See you at the press conference.”

    Liked by 3 people

    • swampratterrier says:

      Kumquat May – she’s little and orange and very very sour……..

      Liked by 3 people

      • nbkilgore says:

        She’ wrinkling up like a prune! GCHQ’s involvement with DS operatives was under her watch, there is just no way she can get around that. The only way the UK can even begin to regain the hearts and mind of the people of the US is a well publicized criminal prosecution of all the GCHQ dirty actors involved with the US DS criminals, cooperate with the investigation and remove them from the five eyes agreement. They are not our allies and they are no better then Turkey!

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  2. DebbieUK says:

    She is useless .

    Liked by 12 people

  3. billrla says:

    Body language says it all.Trump in charge. May in abdominal distress.

    Liked by 12 people

  4. Countrywatch says:

    I think one can firmly say who is boss. Rather a change from the Theresa May who has made what I consider unwise and uninformed comments in the past about President Trump.

    Liked by 6 people

  5. Snow White says:

    Let her have it Mr. President. I’ve never heard of our so called allies trying to stop a candidate from becoming president in the past.

    Liked by 9 people

  6. Tim Holden says:

    She freezes and her eyes widen as the President says “We’ll come up with solutions and..answers.”

    Liked by 8 people

  7. henry says:

    He should mention the UK needs a regime change…

    Liked by 5 people

  8. FL_GUY says:

    If May was smart, which doesn’t appear to be the case, she would be wetting her depends after what she and the UK tried to pull on President Trump every time she is around him. President Trump is NOT a guy you want to cross. He’s like the Marines, No greater friend, No worse enemy.

    All these countries and individuals who have continued to poke the lion through the cage bars, a non-existent cage that Obama with his gross stupidity thought he had created around President Trump and assured them would contain the lion. Because they continue to believe Obama the clown, rather than looking at the facts of President Trump’s reality, they don’t seem to realize what appears to be a cage has NO door and soon, at his chosen time and place, the lion is going to have an up close and personal dealing with them. It won’t be pretty and I am looking forward to it. JMHO

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    • Daniel M. Camac says:

      FL_GUY, I love that analogy and I am looking forward to it as much as you. I can see our VSGPDJT’s hair starting to stand on end, slowly moving through not only the DC jungle but the world itself. Eyeing his prey, slowly provoking and antagonizing them as they pour out their feeble attempts to thwart his inevitable KILL shot. I believe this meeting and all the BS from the Demokrauts on the SC nomination process has had a profound effect on his release of the Kraken. Without Sundance’s profound knowledge and release of pertinent information I too would be a deer in the headlights. But with knowledge comes power and WE the deplorables USED that power to sleigh the HIldabeast and now we hold the power to DESTROY that ugly serpent known as the Democrats. VOTE LIKE YOUR LIFE AND YOUR FAMILY DEPENDED ON IT…..BECAUSE IT DOES. #MAGA

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    • Fools Gold says:

      I like to think of it this way. It’s been less than 2 years and a list of accomplishments unparalleled. Even better, we will have 6 more years of this winning coming. Imagion what MAGA things can accomplish with 60 republican senators, a house majority and a patriot as the majority leader in the house…I’d say the future looks most excellent don’t you think!

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  9. AleaJactaEst says:

    I’m a Brit and a regular branch dweller. I do so solemnly apologise for our Government’s conduct.

    Just to emphasise, I shall be never, ever, be voting for the Conservatives (RINOs) again.

    Liked by 22 people

  10. Budman says:

    T needs to put a leash on that chain May is wearing. Most fitting!

    Liked by 2 people

  11. sysconfig says:

    I’ve been waiting for this moment…its like that quickening..or in the end there can only be one..Her people really tried to bag Trump from the moment he mentioned he was for Brexit…something she has been sabotaging from the getgo..The found a willing audience with Brennan who had it out for Trump since the birther thing..two hurricanes merged into one black op

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  12. kevin king says:

    This woman is full of sht. Why does the UK have two Queen Elizabeth class aircraft carriers but no planes to fly off them? Why did the French abandon replacing the Charles de Gaulle? The answer is of course the UK is binding its military closer and closer to that of France and the rest of the continentals. Brexit will be sold out. Come hell or high water, the globalists will not let it happen. Clearly DJT knows all this…and the machinations of the Tory machine in the plot to unseat him. The only reason I can imagine why he would prop up May is to prevent Corbyn gaining power – the man who would declare the Islamic Caliphate in the UK tomorrow if he thought it would get him in to 10 Downing Street.

    Liked by 14 people

  13. Donna in Oregon says:

    President Trump likes Boris Johnson.

    Liked by 4 people

    • railer says:

      I’d bet Trump sees right through BoJo, who is somewhat fraudulent, pretty much the same as Cameron and May.

      Liked by 3 people

      • TarsTarkas says:

        At last Cameron had the honor to resign when Brexit didn’t go his way. . . .

        Remember, Trump was considered by many to be a blowhard fraud (including myself, I must admit, although I voted for him to spite Her Odiousness) until he actually started making good on his promises. Abe Lincoln was also considered to be a ignorant backwoodster. You never know what a man (or a woman, think Maggie Thatcher) is really like until you put them behind the steering wheel and see how they do.

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      • Electra says:

        Boris is the British equivalent of a neocon (what would they call that in Britain?).

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    • Electra says:

      I like Boris, too–but he’s not a nationalist.

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  14. I’m a Brit too. I appreciate what AleaJactaEst and Kevin king say up above about not voting tory. But Trump took over a party that was just as corrupt and cucked as the UK tories are. He did not become POTUS by running as an independent.

    The tory party membership is in decline. That should be an opportunity for new entrant grassroots activists to take it over. The Tea Party laid some of the groundwork for Trump to rise in a similar fashion after the GFC. We are now seeing him dismantle the GOPe.

    My view is Trump will inspire similar leaders across the World. And one will rise in Britain.

    Right now, I think Trump has May in as big a bind as he has Rosenstein. And he is applying leverage to steer Britain away from globalism. He is a blessing for Britain almost as much as he is for the USA.

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    • AleaJactaEst says:

      mad GP (@madashellGP)

      nope, disMay and the UK Civil Service (UK Deep State/Europe) are entrenched Globalists. We have no Trump. Egad, I wish we did.

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      • Lucille says:

        The die may be cast, but which die and in what direction was the cast of hand?

        The U. S. found her lion at the same time he found his people and together our cause appealed to more and more Americans, so many that we all defeated the world forces against us in 2016…and many of us believe in no small way this was God’s doing.

        But the fight is a daily one…we can never give up or lay back and wait for more and more to come to our side. We have to search them out and our lion has to keep an exhausting pace nearly 24/7, bringing prosperity and safety and making every attempt to “Make America Great Again.”

        If you wish to save your nation, your culture, your people, prayer is a great place to start.

        Liked by 7 people

      • ck says:

        You never know who or where they are. I never really thought at all about President Trump 6 years ago and he was already world famous for decades.

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    • Great thinking, mad GP.

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    • I hope so. Churchill certainly inspired our best leaders, including President Trump. And in a nice parallel, much as Churchill had an American mother Pres. Trump had a British (Scotswoman) mother!
      Our motherland deserves a far better leader than Teresa May, who is a wimp. She should have listened to Pres. Trump’s advice about how to handle the Brexit negotiations when he was in Britain this summer.

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  15. sysconfig says:

    Interesting the Globalist push fueling this..Soros reps admitted funding GPS through a democracy project the penn group made up of west coast east cost millionnaires..
    https://dailycaller.com/2018/09/26/george-soros-funded-fusion-gps/
    Staggering 50 million funding then Mueller 30 million investigating and finding nothing..all they have left is a band of screaming mimis yelling rape..

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  16. honestyoz says:

    Alexader Downer is connected to Hylkut with Stephen Helper, $20m to Clinton Foundation, Huwai Chinese Telco, Isreali oil interests with Russia, sale of uranium/yellowcake, reported Papa conversation back to USA embassy ex Clinton State Dept staffer Dribble and not through 5 eyes IC channels, reportedly recorded the Papa conversation that will prove no discussion of Russia thus destroying predicate for FISA, has changed his story 4 times, doesnt directly answer questions.
    He needs to be questioned properly about all this. If he acted as an Australian representative, Australia needs to provide answers. There is a new PM Scott Morrison so he can save tge relationship easily be exposing the corrupt spying Turnbull government.

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  17. Zippy says:

    Whispers, “Tell your GCHQ that when the truth comes out about spygate, heads should roll.”

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  18. H&HC, 2nd - 16th says:

    I believe the President told her to prepare herself for the inevitable – that shortly before the midterms he will publicly disclose conclusive evidence of the Brits’ involvement……..unless of course she’s prepared to make one hell of a deal that is advantageous to the USA. I believe its called leverage.

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    • Curt says:

      Yes, foreign governments interfered with our elections, but it was not the Russians nearly as much as our “allies”! They cannot be trusted. Trump is playing this for all its worth. The release of certain documents will expose which foreign government is most culpable…. and it ain’t the Russians!!!

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  19. ann says:

    The second option: win win. 👍

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  20. Dutchman says:

    DJT: So, ms.may, you don’t want the documents released, unredacted cause some in my country would say they show your Government colluded with the DNC, and elements in our I.C., to influence our Presidential election.

    I would be under ENORMOUS pressure, to severely SANCTION your Government, similar to what I have done with Russia.

    I don’t want to do that, and you don’t want me to.

    So, of coarse it was a ‘rougue element’, within your I.C., and NOT Official Government policy. I will leave it up to YOU, do punish the miscreants appropriately, although it MUST be public, so it is CLEAR that it was NOT official policy.

    Now, what I’m really interested in, as you know, is TRADE. What I want is a bi-lateral trade deal, U.S. and England.

    Ms.May: But you KNOW, mr.President, the E.U. would not ALLOW such a deal. We would,….have to withdraw from the E.U., entirely!

    DJT: Exactly, we I mean that’s your deal with them, I am interested in a deal with you. Besides, isn’t that JUST what your people voted for?

    So, sanctions for interfering in our elections, or a bi-lateral trade deal with the U.S., and it was a rougue element.

    It’s up to you, but the documents WILL be released, unredacted.

    And, once one country negotiated a bilateral deal with the U.S., that’s the end of the EU.

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  21. Electra says:

    *Note: I originally posted this in the Rosenstein vs. McCabe thread, but it looks like it really belongs here.☺️

    Here’s a wild theory: On September 20, Pres. Trump first publically revealed that he had revoked his earlier order to declassify the FBI/DOJ documents. He cited the concerns of close ally nations as one of his reasons for doing this. It’s not hard to imagine why the Theresa May government would be terrified by the release. May is already teetering on the edge of ruin, with her own party up in arms against her, and the socialist Laborites poised to take power. An international spying scandal that goes all the way to the top (including Boris Johnson) would be a disaster for her.

    So when the very next day after Trump revoked his order, May indignantly blasted the EU Brexit negotiators for bad faith and threatened a hard Brexit, was this perhaps the result of a little leverage being applied by PDJT? https://www.breitbart.com/london/2018/09/21/angered-pm-may-implies-no-deal-closer-after-eu-insults-and-rejections/ After all, he’s not one to let perfectly good leverage go to waste. Perhaps he delicately suggested that the Trump Administration was still eager to do a trade deal with Britain, and perhaps he could see his way to shelving that nasty old FISA application.

    Just a thought.

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