Mexico To Award Nation’s Highest Honor To Jared Kusher for Efforts Around USMCA Trade Negotiations…

A small but interesting development in the relationship between the U.S. and Mexico highlights a backstory CTH suspected several months ago {Go Deep}. August 25th:

As USTR Robert Lighthizer was working with the trade officials representing outgoing Mexican President Peña Nieto, White House adviser/emissary Jared Kushner was quietly working behind the scenes with AMLO trade adviser Jesus Seade and outlining the possibilities if they partnered with strategic economic objectives in mind.

As a result of Kusher’s dogged efforts to bring an entirely new dual-nationalist ‘focus’ within the trade construct, removing the historic globalist baseline, the outcome of the trade deal is excellent for both the U.S. and Mexico.  So today:

MEXICO – […] Kushner will receive the prize “for his contributions to achieve the negotiation of the new United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA),” according to a statement by Mexico’s Foreign Relations Secretariat.

Peña Nieto will present Kushner, President Trump’s son-in-law, with the award on Thursday at the Group of 20 summit in Argentina, according to the Reforma newspaper.

“Mr. Kushner’s participation was a determinant factor to start the process of renegotiation of [the North American Free Trade Agreement], avoiding a unilateral exit by the United States from said treaty, and his constant and effective involvement was key in achieving a successful close of negotiations,” reads the official statement on the award.

It’s likely to be Peña Nieto’s last major act as president, as he is due to hand over power to President-elect Andrés Manuel López Obrador on Saturday. (read more)

It will take time for Mexico to withdraw from prior corrupt agreements with multinational corporations who have invested in exploitative enterprise and bribed corrupt Mexican officials.   President Trump is EXACTLY the guy AMLO needs to help guide him through a complex business and economic process of extracting his country from the tentacles of economic exploitation.

BACKSTORY CTH September 2018: […]  Previous Mexican Presidents structured economic policy around accepting multinational corporate investment, facilitating the requests of Wall Street investment banks, and the predictable parasitic outcomes that follow. Exfiltration of wealth and exploitation of resources/labor are an outcropping of predatory multinational trade exploitation, ie. “globalism”.

Retention of the multinational schemes generally leads to massive corruption. In the U.S. this corruption is known as “lobbying”, in Mexico the process is called ‘bribery’; however, the activity is the same.

The incoming Mexican President, Lopez-Obrador (AMLO), is more of an economic nationalist; and quite remarkably his economic outlook, at least as his team has described the objectives so far, is quite Trumpian.

You might even say: “Make Mexico Great Again”.

Both U.S. President Trump and Mexican President-elect AMLO have similar outlooks toward predatory multinational corporations and economic exploitation. If you think about how Mexico was used by the multinationals in the past twenty years; and then think about a very real possibility of a U.S President and Mexican President having an economic friendship; well,… holy cats, those multinationals could be remarkably nervous right now.

AMLO supports labor and has an actual agenda to create a strong working-class or middle-class.  The wealth disparity within Mexico has always been a foundational issue that has led to a tremendous amount of corruption.

Similarly, President Trump supports labor.  Likely because of his positive relationships with labor unions as a private sector builder, Trump was the only republican candidate who advanced pragmatic opinion toward organized labor in 2015, 2016 and, as president, in White House meetings where he invited labor officials.  President Trump’s economic agenda is laser focused on a strong middle-class.

AMLO views Wall Street multinationals as predatory by disposition; Mexico has suffered from industrial exploitation, especially in the agriculture sector.  President Trump also views those same multinationals as tending toward predatory behavior, and he has targeted many specific corporations for attention due to their participation in the erosion of the American middle-class and the U.S. manufacturing base.

AMLO is a strong Mexican Nationalist. President Trump is a strong American Nationalist. Within almost all of President Trump’s foreign policy speeches on economics, he openly accepts that all nations should make decisions based on their individual and nationalistic needs.  Trump does not see economic nationalism as adversarial; he points out that trade agreements based on both interests are entirely possible, and actually easy to construct.

As long as AMLO stays away from the authoritarian tendencies of power, ie. government ownership of private industry – and the slippery slope of soft-Marxism, surprisingly he and President Trump are likely to have a great deal more in common than most would think. Both populists; both nationalists; both rebuke the elitist trappings of globalism and intend on executing economic policies for the majority of their citizens.

Because they have more in common on the economics of policy, this explains why the framework of the U.S-Mexico trade agreement between Robert Lighthizer (representing Trump) and Jesus Seade (representing AMLO) was possible to construct.

Lighthizer and Seade held long meetings after formal U.S-Mexico daily negotiations, and together this relationship appears to have been very important in how the deal framework was structured. Right now both teams are filling in the details based on common objectives.

With AMLO and President Trump, Mexico and the U.S. have joint-interests in an economic trade bloc. It is actually quite stunning when you think about the economic power that both nations can hold if their mutual and individual interests remain at the forefront.

President Trump and President Lopez-Obrador have common objectives; and with the economic approach outlined by AMLO toward using Mexico’s energy resources as leverage for expanded investment, the U.S. is well positioned to help.  Mexico needs independent collateral to break the cycle of dependency on overseas money (investment).  Mexico needs policies and partners that can make Mexico, and the Mexican people, independently wealthy.   Guess who the bestest partner would be?  Yup, President Trump.

President Trump is well positioned to assist Mexico via a united trade bloc with expanded cross-border investment for economic development.

AMLO wants a higher standard of living for Mexican workers; President Trump wants greater parity between Mexican workers and their U.S. counterparts. Heck, it was U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross and USTR Robert Lighthizer who first proposed raising the Mexican minimum wage. Now both countries have agreed to an incremental Mexican minimum wage aspect of $16/hr within the auto sector.

Combining the wage aspect with the content and origination agreement, this has become a win/win for both AMLO and President Trump. The multinationals within the auto-sector might not like it, but they’ve already put a massive amount of money into plant and manufacturing investment in their existing Mexican footprint. They have no choice.

In an generally overlooked outcome the nationalist interests of Mexico, specific to AMLO, are very close to alignment with the nationalist MAGA agenda of President Trump.

The U.S. economy is expanding at an unprecedented rate, and Mexico prepares to surf the MAGAnomic tsunami known as Donald Trump.

President Trump can see that independent economic future for Mexico based on a partnership that protects the interests of both nations.  It certainly appears that AMLO can see the same vision.

Remarkable times.

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151 Responses to Mexico To Award Nation’s Highest Honor To Jared Kusher for Efforts Around USMCA Trade Negotiations…

  1. rumpole2 says:

    Did John Kerry get an award from Iran?
    It would make sense.

    Liked by 17 people

    • PoCoNoMo says:

      Yeah, pretty cool, eh?

      Liked by 8 people

    • southernsue says:

      prophet kim clements talks about his vision of trump becoming president(gold)
      and about a young man that will be great and working behind the scenes for America

      go to youtube and watch kim clements preach about this vision
      kim preached this in 2014
      very interesting and very hair raising
      kim clement’s preaching is unusual,however,his vision from GOD was and is correct
      be sure you watch til the end

      btw,kim clements died,in 2016

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  2. Deplorable_Infidel says:

    “In an generally overlooked outcome the nationalist interests of Mexico, specific to AMLO, are very close to alignment with the nationalist MAGA agenda of President Trump.”

    1Timothy 2:1 ¶ I exhort therefore, that, first of all, supplications, prayers, intercessions, and giving of thanks, be made for all men;
    2 For kings, and for all that are in authority; that we may lead a quiet and peaceable life in all godliness and honesty.
    3 For this is good and acceptable in the sight of God our Saviour;
    4 Who will have all men to be saved, and to come unto the knowledge of the truth.
    5 For there is one God, and one mediator between God and men, the man Christ Jesus;

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  3. fleporeblog says:

    People are going to be completely shocked about the relationship our President will have with AMLO. The two share the most important thing in common. They are both Nationalists that were elected by the forgotten men and women in their respective countries.

    The piece that hasn’t yet transpired that is on the horizon is the collaboration between the two countries when it comes to Energy. Secretary Perry will be joining our VP in Mexico 🇲🇽 for the Inauguration on Saturday. The potential between both countries is absolutely staggering. Mexico 🇲🇽 has the ability to ship to either side of the world. Especially on the side of the Pacific Ocean. California, Washington and Oregon want nothing to do with Energy distribution. Mexico 🇲🇽 fills that void beautifully. There will be pipelines from Mexico 🇲🇽 into the USA 🇺🇸.

    That becomes another sector that will allow Mexicans to make a real salary. AMLO understands how important the relationship is for him and his people. I would not be shocked if Mexico 🇲🇽 helps to fund the WALL knowing how much it will payoff for them. They want nothing to do with the illegals currently in their country. If AMLO pitches it correctly, the people of Mexico 🇲🇽 will support it.

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    • Maquis says:

      They will be building their own Mexican Southern Wall in short order.

      Liked by 13 people

    • ecmarsh says:

      I hope ALMO will make Mexico great.
      My wife and I have been to Juarez, crossed at EL Paso, and went to Cozumel, all were very pleasant visits.
      I had an opportunity to work a couple of weeks in Chihuahua, a most beautiful city. Had the opportunity to travel through the country side and visit some of the farmers.
      I get back home and was pooping blood but, grateful for the opportunity that Mexico gave me to visit.

      Liked by 6 people

      • Da_Momayz says:

        Be careful please. Other than flying AVOID traveling to Mexico please. I travel by car to visit my relatives in Mexico (traveling from south texas all the way to sinaloa) BUT this year I’ve cancelled all plans. My cousin’s husband is very high up in the Mexican military chain of command so I like consulting with them first whenever I make travel plans. I’m not one to easily scare but sometimes…..)

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    • usayes says:

      And here’s some more good news from my customs broker friends at Otay Mesa near Tijuana – they report that the events on Sunday have convinced many migrants to return to Honduras and that they are asking for help to do so. As for the Mexican government, note that they have begun to fly migrants back to Honduras – here’s the link to the Spanish language article:

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    • cak says:

      You are so right. Mexico has been ruled by a dozen or so families forever. There a lot of good, hard working, family oriented people who just need a factory to work in. Trump and AMLO will make it work.

      Liked by 4 people

    • Texian says:

      Correct.. Mexico has rich offshore oil and gas fields along the southern and west rim of the Gulf of Mexico in the Bay of Campeche.. (Similar to the northern rim of the Gulf of Mexico..). If properly managed, their energy industry could lift their whole country out of poverty and move them into a competitive world economic trade position among nations.

      (I remember working in one of the most southern reaches of Texas offshore fields – I was amazed – while working I noticed ‘different’ sea life and tropical coral growing on the platform, ‘where the fck are we,’ I thought. I had found out we were closer to offshore Port Isabel than our departure port – way South. I chipped off a coral souvenir.. “Texas Coral”.. Brought it home to my girlfriend.. Now my wife.. She still has it..).

      Actually the whole rim of the Gulf of Mexico has fertile untapped oil and gas fields.. And that includes offshore Florida.. Don’t let the “experts” fool you.. The Florida side of the Gulf with its wide expanse of the continental shelf is an untapped oil and gas wonderland.. Future reserves..

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    • Fle, shocked is an understatement! TDS on steroids, USMEX Derangement Syndrome.

      During the Mexican Presidential campaign the propagandists were calling AMLO a devout communist. AMLO has been totally with PDJT since he was elected. Saturday the “Southern Border” changes BIGLY!

      Onward to Brazil!

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    • piper567 says:

      flepore, goodstuff, as usual.
      Although I know the W Coast has no interest in energy (I live in WA), I had not thought of Mexico as being able to fill this void.
      Sounds good!

      Liked by 4 people

    • michaelh says:

      Flep, pipelines could easily make it a shorter stretch from West Texas to the Mexican Pacific coast than a similar pipeline over the Rockies to the Pacific coast. Much less expensive to build. This is a huge missed opportunity by the Pacific states and not one that can be corrected easily. India wants that LNG, especially if they get most favored nation status.

      It would not surprise me if similar projects including intermodal transport moved decisively south to get better access to the central and eastern U.S. instead of getting bottlenecked in transit by Pacific-state regulations. Shorter overland routes are less expensive too. That being the case, the Port of Brownsville may be primed to become a major international shipping hub in addition to providing highly sought after access to the intercoastal waterway.

      This could be fun…

      Liked by 11 people

    • I’d like to see American energy companies creating Joint Ventures with Mexico to expand Mexican oil and gas production.

      Couple that with a Mexican-American Joint Venture to build a new Refinery in America for that expanded production.

      This creates joint value, prevents cartels from extorting refinery profits and prevents a future Mexican administration from nationalizing the American stake in the production Joint Ventures.

      Liked by 10 people

    • southernsue says:

      pray that you are right

      lots of work being done behind the scenes
      and it is for the great of our country

      not like obama and hillary and the demon rat party trying to sell our sovereignty for fame and fortune

      go trump and jared

      Liked by 2 people

    • Da_Momayz says:

      you’re spot on. I follow American politics & my husband follow Mexican politics (more efficient that way 😉)

      Liked by 1 person

  4. Janie M. says:

    Another potential bonus – with higher wages and an improved standard of living… less incentive for Mexicans to leave. However, we still MUST have the wall built.

    Liked by 13 people

    • Joe says:

      It’s not about jobs, but votes. NEVER forget this.

      So yes, Kate’s Wall is a must.

      However, with 350,000 anchor babies born every year…it’s probably too late anyway.

      Liked by 2 people

      • Ray Runge says:

        Mexicans, the people of first generation variety in Texas, are small business Republican. Landscaping and the building trades are entry level for the pick up truck brigades. People with the vision to expand business become larger contractors.

        When any immigrant is here to stay with skin in the game, independent activity will evolve to small and the larger business activity. An ability to achieve from personal effort is a wonderful USA gift to new arrivals.

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        • Joe says:

          Well, Look at the voting patterns of Latinos.

          It’s a tribal thing.

          Liked by 1 person

        • louche9 says:

          I have nothing against a controlled number of highly vetted people coming here through the legal route if that’s what you’re referring to, but I’m more concerned with American landscapers, dry wallers, carpenters, roofers etc. etc. etc who have lost their livelihoods because of illegal laborers having been given the “gift” of undercutting them through a lack of insurance and a constant downward push on wages.

          America is already the third most populous nation on earth, behind only China and India. Resulting environmental and infrastructure stresses are a further cost to making other people’s dreams come true.

          Part of the stabilization of Mexico and upwards living standards of Mexicans, if that’s what this deal is about, has to involve them staying in their own country. The answer to the problems of the Third World cannot continue to be that everyone has a fundamental human right to move to America, as AMLO himself said, not so long ago.

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        • Austin Holdout says:

          Ray, I completely agree. Mexicans, especially first and second generation, are economic drivers in the Texas economy. Many are highly motivated and very entrepreneurial. They have integrated very well in Texas and made Texas a better place. The problem, in my opinion isn’t legal Mexican immigration, it is unchecked illegal immigration of anyone from anywhere across our pourous border with Mexico. Those illegals are not vetted for criminal histories and, as a result of their illegal status, can’t own businesses, pay taxes or otherwise integrate into society. As our awesome President has said we need “A big wall with a big, beautiful door”.

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      • If Pres Trump makes Mexico one of our very good friends by raising the standard of living for their citizens, then this might change every thing about how those anchor babies and their families think politically, and vote.

        They might just turn out to be Trump supporters, the dems would be demanding that birthright citizenship be outlawed so fast our heads would spin.

        I have a feeling that everything about our relationship with Mexico is about to change in a good way.

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      • Janie M. says:

        I’m nearly 68 years old, Joe, so yes, I am aware for the demorats, it is all about the votes/power; the GOPe, cheap labor for their benefactors. Both sides are responsible for the lack of funding for the wall and the lack of a PROPER immigration bill.

        I also believe the issue of the “anchor” babies is slowly winding its way up to the Supremes. And, I would like to see another Conservative to replace RBG.

        Liked by 3 people

    • Scott says:

      I’ll add yet another bonus to your bonus, Janie. With growth and higher standard of living in Mexico, more Hondurans and Guatemalans, etc, will STOP their northward trek….in Mexico! Mexico has to get a handle on the cartel violence to really return to a migrant/tourist hotspot, but following President Trump’s lead, there’s hope.

      Liked by 2 people

      • Janie M. says:

        Yup, Scott, I would think the Hondurans and Guatemalans would prefer living with Mexicans as its culture is similar to their own – same language, etc.

        With regard to the Mexican mafia (cartels) that problem will always exist because of the baboso “gringos” in the US, its biggest customer base, and corrupt Mexican official$. And now there is also the additional major issue of China trafficking Fentanyl via Mexico to the US.

        Interesting to see how president-elect Obrador will handles the cartels. Don’t trust its military and I’m not holding my breath.


  5. Maquis says:

    This has got me grinning and my heart swelling more than any news for a while. Mostly for the incredible USMCA and what it portends for our nations, as well as the relationships that President Trump can make great for all parties where even we saw only gloom.

    But also for the incredible Jared Kushner receiving his due as Libs and Deludes go into convulsions.

    Suk it losers! MAGA! MMGA!

    God Bless President Donald Trump and All Who Serve Him

    Liked by 22 people

    • Carrie2 says:

      maquis, and let’s not forget all the negatives in both democrat and republican citizens against Kushner (maybe because he is a Jew which really has nothing to do with being a decent human being) and working with his father-in-law. So many putdowns but the man has real ability that I wish many ambassadors would have. He moves softly but firmly in getting others to listen to him and work with him. We have been blessed with another real American!

      Liked by 10 people

      • Maquis says:

        That’s the group I labeled Deludes, as in Deluded Persons! Yes, that has been ugly and sad and I hate seeing it, especially from our putative allies.


      • Janie M. says:

        Carrie, and Ivanka deserves some credit for the apprentice training programs a growing number of manufacturing corporations are now offering our younger generation who will acquire valuable tech skills, eventually earning respectable salaries. They will no longer be burdened with school loans which takes years to repay (or they just default) for worthless degrees and they avoid the radical indoctrination universities are pushing these days. Many times, President Trump had said in the past, he always had a respectful rapport with blue collar workers/common working populace. He appreciates their labor.

        I am pleased to say Jared and Ivanka have both exceeded my expectations. But how could they not under the tutelage of President Trump?

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    • notfaded1 says:

      And the funny thing is Bill and Hillary are on their tour in Canada trashing PDJT with Billary going on about NAFTA still… what losers!


  6. Vince says:

    Back a while ago there was a thread where people were complaining about Jared (and Ivanka) and how they were leading President Trump astray. I had to chime in and post that while we never seemed to know exactly what Jared was doing, at the end of a significant win, people involved would publicly thank Jared and credit him with a big part of the success of whatever happened. Here we have another example. Whatever Jared and Ivanka do, let them keep doing it.

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    • Carrie2 says:

      Vince, one could say they are rare democrats but at heart are real Americans. Sometimes I think they “remain” democrats allowing them to have their ear to door of what democrats are up too and can work around them, just as our President does.

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    • Sharon says:

      Vince I watch a video long time ago don’t remember the gals name but they were talking about Jared and how much he helped Trump win the election and his intelligence and that our President calls Jared his golden Boy and Jared and Ivanka were chosen over the rest of the family because of both of them were more intelligent!

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      • antiqueiron says:

        I wouldn’t go quite that far. Don Jr & Eric have to run the companies. Ivanka isn’t in their league. Jared though, has been a huge surprise to me. I’ve never thought he should be working in the WH, but you can’t argue with success. He’s got game! Still not sold on Ivanka…yet. She’s too much all about women. But, we’ll see. The President has her there for a reason. That’s good with me.


    • Kalbo says:

      Another testament that President Trump knows exactly what he is doing!

      Not taking anything away from Jared or Ivanka. I think they are great.

      100% support and believe in President Trump!!!

      Liked by 1 person

    • jleonard14 says:

      At the very least…we know they are loyal.

      Liked by 4 people

    • law4lifeblog says:

      Every bad idea that has ever come out of Ttump campaign or WH was a Javanka push, be it raiding unemployment for paid maternity leave, reuniting “the children’ with their criminal illegal alien mothers and releasing them, or the latest horrendous “prison reform” farce. Having said that, it appears Kushner has been very good on this trade issue and is being appropriately recognized.

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      • wondering999 says:

        law4life: As someone with young relatives expecting their first children… going to volunteer an opinion about paid maternity leave. It was easy enough for colleges and universities to set up “Education IRAs” to fund college indoctrination. For whatever reason, there are no “Parenting Savings Accounts” to allow people to save up for time off with offspring — which is not “retirement” by any means. I never worked as hard as my life as I did with young toddlers, you can’t take your eyes off for a minute or disasters can easily happen.

        I support contraception and family planning — and part of “family planning” is planning for your eventual family. I wanted to stay home with my babies — and did so, as much as I could, but also had to work my tail off at another part-time job when my kids were little, because our health insurance rates had gone through the roof 1985-1988 in relation to expenses of the AIDS crisis.

        Ivanka and Jared are wealthy, but not clueless like so many idealogical Republicans and Democrats.

        If people want the young generation to become parents, don’t saddle them with outrageous education loans; don’t set up things like rent control and landlord taxation that make homes impossible to buy for young families; and why not allow young people to save up, from their first paychecks onwards if they choose, to set aside funds for staying home with their eventual children. If people actually cared about children, our school systems and so much more would be very different…. lots of hot air, not much practicality.

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        • Fannie says:

          Anyone can invest in a 529 Plan for any beneficiary they choose. Great for grandparents!

          Liked by 2 people

          • wondering999 says:

            Fannie, 529s as far as I know, are only for “higher education”. Motivated offspring can often obtain scholarships for those. The critical period when funding was most needed in our family was nursery, preschool and primary school years. (Looking back, I would have opted for a private Montessori school in the neighborhood, but I didn’t know the difference in what they offered… these preschools can literally move a five year old five years ahead of regular school peers…)

            One friend had a childless married sister (miscarriages) who paid for dependable housecleaning/babysitting help several times a week. When she caught the flu, she was able to sleep and recover while toddlers went out with the babysitter. Me, that same flu took me WEEKS to recover from because there was no rest for the weary and I had to keep watching lest somebody stick scissors in the outlets or whatever else they might have dreamed up. My little girls were GOOD but toddlers explore, and in the process can hurt themselves or each other.

            Why can’t banks offer 529s for “family planning” — people planning to become parents through the usual process or adoption?


          • wondering999 says:

            529 plan outline:


            “A 529 plan is a tax-advantaged investment vehicle in the United States designed to encourage saving for the future higher education expenses of a designated beneficiary.”


            • Fannie says:

              My husband happens to be best friends with the man who wrote the 529 Plan for Fidelity, hence my interest. Changes have been made over the years. As of 2018 you can spend funds on tuition for elementary through high school.


              • wondering999 says:

                Fannie, this needs to be shouted from the rooftops! I’ll do my part — although once again, talking 2- and 3-year olds often love Montessori and other safe environments for exploring.

                Thanks for the headsup! and thanks to your husband’s best friend. If they can tweak it a bit more so the first two years are more financially manageable for parents… would be great!!

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    • I think that’s a Jared thing, not a Javonka thing. When he is on his own, he dives in 110% to big, tough issues and works intensely hard. When he’s with Ivanka they are coaching daddy from the sidelines on important cultural issues of the day like pre-existing conditions in healthcare and paid maternity leave. PDJT can have a tin ear for cultural issues, and Javonka provides a good (liberal) balance there.

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      • antiqueiron says:

        Aaannnd that’s exactly what I don’t like about Ivanka. Just sayin’. America First. American Culture First!

        Too much balancin’ goin’ on around here. (Foghorn Leghorn)


        • G. Combs says:


          Whether we like it or not the culture has shifted further left.

          When I was a kid the ‘town’ took care of our poor. Clothes, food and the doctor and dentist gave the kids free healthcare. Now they would be tossed in jail for doing so.

          In a town I used to live in in MA, we had a very bad winter and a church furnished an unused warehouse donated by a church member for the street people. The city of Fitchburg said it wasn’t up to ‘code’ tossed everyone out where many died in the blizzard that hit shortly after.

          The reason President Trump won is because he has BROAD appeal and ‘Javonka’ helped clue him in on the issues that are important to the younger set.

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          • antiqueiron says:

            The younger set needs to learn the culture of our past. Very important that we move the popular culture back to the way it used to be, circa 1957. Not kidding. The three biggest social issues we have are political correctness, multiculturalism, and tolerance. In that order. All three must go away asap.

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  7. joeknuckles says:

    If Trump can convince AMLO of the virtues of capitalis, perhaps he can keep him from going full commie. That alone would be a huge benefit to the US. A communist dictatorship on our southern border would obviously not be a good thing.

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    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      “If Trump can convince AMLO of the virtues of capitalis”

      I am thinking before PDJT came along, AMLO probably figured the only way he could achieve what he wanted to do was through the path he was on. I don’t know, I never heard of him until he was mentioned here at CTH. HRC certainly would not help him the way the POTUS team has brilliantly done.

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    • J Gottfred says:

      We already have a communist dictatorship on our southern border; it is California, New Mexico, and soon Arizona.


  8. Ron Jaeger says:

    Double WOW , Bringing that many folks out of poverty ,especially the part about the predatory agriculture multinationals .

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  9. Sayit2016 says:

    With all of the backstabbers around President Trump, I am happy that he has a trusted advisor in Jared. He quietly goes about the business that must be done and does what he was sent to do. Competence is a valued character trait. I’m sure he is been on a mach 10, hair-on-fire learning curve with how quickly things are being done, there are very few government negotiations that are not complicated. You have to be able to know the subject matter in order to discuss it intelligently.

    Dad used to say, “you can be on the right track, and going in the right direction, but if you’re standing still you’re still going to get run over. Always keep moving forward, growing and learning. If you find someone that you highly respect copy their good traits.”

    This is not the first time he has come out of negotiations where everyone is happy with the deal.

    From what I had seen, he has a very respectful and calm demeanor, reassuring if you will.

    I think the people that he is dealing with in these countries feel comfortable with him as they know he has the President’s ear. It appears he is growing into his position beautifully.

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    • mikeyboo says:

      And he never tries to push himself forward and take credit. He always leaves the glory to others. His quiet personality is very different from Pres Trump but they compliment each other beautifully.

      Liked by 3 people

      • Sayit2016 says:

        That is what I was saying earlier he is a cooling force to Trumps heat.

        Great balance 😊

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      • rvsueandcrew says:

        Every time I watch a video or see a photo that includes Mr. Kushner and the POTUS, I pay attention to the dynamics and/or the body language. I believe Mr. Kushner not only loves his father like family (as he should), but also admires him greatly, even though their personal styles are very different.

        Thank you, Jared, for what you do for our country!

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    • George Humphries says:

      I learned early in life that the quiet ones were to be watched. Because they generally were a step ahead, and ferocious when attacked

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    • antiqueiron says:

      I have to agree. I was never a fan, but he’s won me over. I was wrong about him. He has a different style than I do, but it works for him, and his boss, and us. That’s the important thing.

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      • mikeyboo says:

        I was an “agnostic” when it came to Jarred. But he has won me over as well. The President is surrounded by so many snakes.
        I am grateful he works with family-intelligent people who seem to love and respect both Pres Trump and the United States.

        Liked by 1 person

  10. Pyrthroes says:

    All this in less than two years from January 2017! Could it be that via Kushner, Lighthizer, Seade, Trump-AMLO’s bootstrapping long benighted, much maligned Mexico to sector parity with U.S. industrial earners could spark a whole new sense of for-the-people prospects, suppressed for three decades by globulists’ [sic] post-Soviet Enarque Economies?

    Belay Iran, the Taiwan Strait, Ukraine… are these not all distractions from anarcho-syndicalist regimes’ relentless oligarchic spoliation? This generous vision, joining rival Mexican and U.S. interests to mutual benefit of their core constituents, is a profoundly peaceable and practical –vs. doctrinaire Cloud Cuckoo Land– development inspiring national and regional prosperity rather than Sarajevo-type fault-lines.

    Within two – three generations, humanity will have risen beyond Dustmote Earth in ways contemporary Terrans cannot conceive. In this respect, seemingly mundane trade agreements sow fertile seeds, not Dragon’s Teeth, to spare us Armageddon for all time.

    Liked by 3 people

  11. spoogels says:

    Meanwhile–The brother of Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez was arrested by
    federal authorities in Miami on Friday for allegedly conspiring to
    import multi-ton quantities of cocaine into the U.S.

    Liked by 5 people

  12. motreehouse says:

    Liked by 14 people

  13. spoogels says:

    The Dems better hope Ginsberg stays healthy..

    Liked by 3 people

  14. motreehouse says:

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  15. truthbomb says:

    Trump has suggested if Mexico can’t control the caravans he will back out of USMCA. Giving Jared an award is Mexico’s way of attempting to lock in the deal. Afterall, how can you back out of a deal we have already given you such prestigious recognition for? Btw, bet you Jared is beaming at the dinner table tonight over the prestige.

    Liked by 1 person

  16. joeknuckles says:

    Now if only we could get Mexico to stop the Hounduran Hordes at their southern border.

    Do they have the cajones to do it?

    Liked by 2 people

  17. Uncle Max says:

    Wow, the comments over at The Hill, where this article is, are pathetic and vile. Really something else. It’s hard to fathom how much that readership reviles this administration. Heh.

    Liked by 6 people

    • GB Bari says:

      I have stated many times here in CTH that The Hill is a horrible publication with rabid commenters. Once in a blue moon a decent article is published by a reputable journalist, but the number of those occurrences at that leftwing globalist rag you can count on the fingers of half a hand.

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  18. Troublemaker10 says:

    When Obrador was first elected many of us were worried. I’m glad things seem to be working out and hope the current trajectory of our relationship with Mexico continues on this path. Jared Kushner deserves a lot of credit. Congrats to him on this award.

    Liked by 3 people

    • Jenny R. says:

      Considering some of the things out of his mouth on the campaign trail, nah, I still don’t really trust him (then again, I really don’t trust most people).
      But thus far he appears to be more pragmatic than the initial survey indicated — let’s hope he stays that way (it really is a better policy for him, and politicians do love to stay in power once they get it; here’s to guarded optimism).

      Liked by 1 person

    • pochas94 says:

      Trump seems to have a knack for turning adversaries like Kim Jong Un and Obrador into partners for nation building.

      Liked by 4 people

  19. spoogels says:

    Tear gas used ONCE A MONTH at border under Obama

    DHS data shows deployments dating back years

    I never knew it was used that regularly

    Liked by 3 people

  20. Landslide says:

    Congrats to Jared! He is a brilliant guy and seems to be very humble. I have admired him since I read this in Dec., 2016:

    His recent interview with Van Jones was very impressive, also.

    Just yesterday, during the prison reform roundtable in Mississippi, Lindsey Graham gave major props to Jared. He told him if the bill passes, it will be due to his (Jared’s) determination and work.

    Amazing kids, President Trump!!!!

    Liked by 3 people

  21. Cathy M. says:

    MY MAN!!!



  22. Piggy says:

    In Mexico the process is called “Mordida” or “Mordidas”.

    Fixed it for you. 👌


  23. TreeClimber says:

    Congratulations, Mr. Kushner.

    Can’t wait to see ‘splodey heads. 😀

    Liked by 3 people

  24. Jimmy Jack says:

    I’m proud of Jared. I suspect he doesn’t get credit for even a small fraction of what he does. Ivanka had her choice of men and she clearly saw something great in Jared – she was raised by the Donald and has high standards.

    Liked by 8 people

  25. Frank says:

    I just figured Kushner is a pointless hanger-on, given a made-up job so he can continue to hang out with his father-in-law and feel important. I’m glad to be proven wrong about him. Nice work, Mr. Kushner. This deal will have far-reaching positive impacts for both Mexico and the US. That’s a lot to be proud of.


  26. There goes SD with another excellent essay on Nationalism. An important pillar of Nationalism is ending corruption. AMLO has always been a strong anti-corruption champion, and that’s a big reason both he and PDJT were elected. The Swamp is just another cartel, and both are tools for the exfiltration of wealth. I suspect we may see MX get strong on curtailing migration, while the US helps MX contain the cartels and gov’t corruption. A deal (with a Wall) that works for the interests of both nations.

    Liked by 2 people

  27. wodiej says:

    The love of money is corrupt. This is encouraging that leaders are beginning to see this. There are still many who do not especially big business corporations. God wants us to be prosperous but in the right way.

    Liked by 1 person

  28. IMO says:

    Love POTUS hard working A Team. Looking forward to the G20 summit in Argentina especially when Mr. Kushner receives Mexico’s highest honor. I always get a kick out of Secretary of State Pompeo’s big smile.

    Liked by 2 people

  29. El Torito says:

    While we are making gains at the port of entry near Tijuana, I’d caution against the irrational giddiness I see on display. There’s still thousands a day getting in across the rest of the border.

    Liked by 1 person

  30. Ann Coulter will most definitely b*tch about this.


  31. railer says:

    It was Lighthizer that fought for our interests, and the award that matters to me personally is that one Mexican official’s words when they were announcing the deal, when he looked wearily at the cameras and commented how tough Lighthizer was. It’s good that Trump uses other emissaries to smooth the waters and help consummate a deal, but let’s remember the deal is the thing, and it had to be on our terms, and it was Lighthizer who executed that task.

    Liked by 3 people

  32. SharkFL says:

    b..b..bu..bu..butttttt KUSHNER WASN’T SENATE CONFIRMED.


  33. J Gottfred says:

    This is going to frost some liberals. I love it.


  34. TwoLaine says:

    I would imagine that out of all of the TRUMP admin team, Jared is probably the most likely to match President TRUMP in stamina, or at least come in a close second, and I am sure that Ivanka is right there beside them all the way.

    Liked by 1 person

  35. jefcool64 says:

    Maybe AMLO leans towards Stalin’s doctrine of “Socialism in One Country” rather than Trotsky’s worldwide (globalist) one.

    They’re both failures, but I’ll argue the current globalist element in place is more dangerous due to its ability to infiltrate institutions around the world. At least you’ll know what the nationalist wants (even if they won’t ever admit to being one)


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