G20 Bilat #2 – President Trump and Australian Prime Minister Morrison…

U.S. President Donald Trump meets with the Prime Minister of a nation who used their intelligence network in an effort to defeat him in the 2016 campaign…  Weird.


[Transcript] Buenos Aires, Argentina – 3:08 P.M. AST – PRESIDENT TRUMP: Thank you very much, everybody. It’s an honor to be with the Prime Minister of Australia, Prime Minister Morrison. And we’ve just gotten to know each other, and so far, so good, I have to tell you. I think it’s going to be a great relationship. And we certainly anticipate having a fantastic relationship — always — with Australia.

I know you’ve done a fantastic job in a very short period of time. You’ve done a lot of the things that they’ve wanted over there and that’s why you’re sitting right here. And so I congratulate you.

But it’s an honor, and we will be with Australia and you all the way.

PRIME MINISTER MORRISON: Well, thank you. Thank you very much, Mr. President. Australia and the United States have always been the greatest of friends — not just in periods of strategic cooperation, but economically. And the people-to-people relationships — well, there’s none better.

PRESIDENT TRUMP: Thank you very much, everybody. Thank you. Appreciate it.

Q Mr. President, will you be exchanging pleasantries with Putin? Will you be exchanging pleasantries with Putin?

PRESIDENT TRUMP: I don’t know. Not particularly. I don’t know.

END – 3:10 P.M. AST

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39 Responses to G20 Bilat #2 – President Trump and Australian Prime Minister Morrison…

  1. fleporeblog says:

    I hope our President whispered in his ear that he has all the goods on their country and their role in the “Soft Coup”! Afterwards saying today is a perfect day to reassess that trade deal.

    Liked by 15 people

    • Grandma Covfefe says:

      I love seeing our President Trump giving his famous complimentary sarcasms.

      Liked by 3 people

      • cripto says:

        It was the previous administration that had the problem. Not this guy. So, we shall see.

        At least he knows the score with China, unlike the former PM.

        Liked by 1 person

        • RandomAussie says:

          Sadly, as much as he *seems* a bit better than the last bloke, the party under his leadership are still refusing to hold a Royal Commission into Chinese influence in Australia. We seem to have very much of the same thing going on in our Liberal party (ie, sort-of right-leaning), as you do with the RINO vs Trumper split in the republicans, with the result that not much positive is getting done.

          Liked by 3 people

          • Algues says:

            So true. Problem is, Morrison was the lackey of the last PM, Turncoat. There is a real split in the party now between actual Liberals, conservatives, and the other side who are what we call small ‘l’ liberals – who are much more aligned with the left in some regards. I get the feeling we’re on the edge in Australia, and the Liberal party can no longer mount any really opposition to the Left because the Liberals no longer know what it is to be Liberal – for US readers, Liberals in Aus are the ‘Right’.


    • trialbytruth says:

      In my younger years I lived in a tough neighborhood with my then young teen son. Some of the older boys in the neighborhood experienced a gentle whisper From.me. ….. I would always smile and shake their hand when I was done. Never had any problems..

      Liked by 2 people

    • Raven_AU says:

      Aussie here.
      Downer is a distant memory in Oz so his demise won’t cause a ripple. Go get him.

      Re trade, don’t forget that Oz was the only country in positive territory with respect to trade balance and hence, no aluminium or steel tariff considerations.

      Also remember that China are investing heavily in our region. It’s concerning so the deal for another military base announced by VP Pence would likely be welcomed anyway. Win-win.
      That said, we’ve yet to see how ScoMo turns out.

      Liked by 1 person

  2. seabrznsun says:

    Militarily, Australia was and still is in an extremely important area and may again be needed logistically and strategically should China act out. That’s the only thing I can figure.

    Liked by 1 person

    • trumpmemesandreams says:

      For certain Australia is important to us, though we’re far more important to them. Australians are waking up to the massive meddling of Chinese influence in their politics especially, and key strategic industries (coal, most notably). Kevin Rudd with all his Mandarin-speaking glad-handing in Beijing lost sight of the fact that China is no one’s friend.

      They’ll be getting their own Trump-style revolution soon. The traditional Australian is sick of the ‘inner city wankers’ and their left-globalist agenda, mass immigration from the middle-east and southeast Asia, and loony-tunes social policies.

      Liked by 4 people

      • Grandma Covfefe says:

        They’ll get their dose of Trump Effect.


      • Ozwitch says:

        I can’t see any revolution coming soon or later here in Oz. Most of the ‘traditional’ voters are in rural areas and the socialists have taken control of all the cities and regional centres. Look at the recent Vic election. Labor increased their majority. The conservative Liberals fought amongst themselves. We are screwed. We have no leadership and no one with any balls or vision to take Australia forward. I love my country but God there are a lot of dumb f**ks running the place, and a bigger lot of dumb f**ks who voted them in.

        Liked by 6 people

        • Ozwitch we are exactly the same as far as city/rural vote distribution and dumb f**ks running the place, and a bigger lot of dumb f**ks who voted them in.
          Seriously, would any sentient being vote for Ocasio-Cortez yet there she is…

          DJT’s election to POTUS has had little if any effect upon said voter distribution.
          Were I a betting man I would expect things to return to the way they were after his stint in office ends.

          Liked by 1 person

          • El Torito says:

            We’re all war weary, and it will take all of us relying on our faith to keep the enemy contained, if not defeated. Keep the faith.


        • montanamel says:

          Ozwitch: IF all you “white hats” are out in the bush….the good guys’ mob…..
          How about you have a few Foster’s with your mates out there and…
          Throw a ring around all those cities and stop any food or water shipments!
          Starve them out…or, plink them as they try to leave?

          Liked by 2 people

          • montanamel I have it on good authority Australians don’t drink Foster’s. Something about kangaroo piss…

            Liked by 1 person

            • Eskyman says:

              There’s a reason so much Fosters gets exported!

              If yer ever in Australia, try some Redback, that’s a nice wheat beer; Dogbolter’s also a good drop, though Emu Bitter was my favourite regular beer. It’s what I’d reach for if I’m thirsty on a hot day, it’s smooth & a great thirst-quencher!

              Oh, and if you’re a new chum- most any Aussie beer is stronger than the American counterpart, so easy does it!


        • RandomAussie says:

          Yeah, Labor are increasing because the Liberals never miss an opportunity to shoot themselves in the foot. I’d love to believe that Cory Bernadi and his Conservative party might come to something, but for that to happen people would have to actually see them as a genuine replacement for the Liberals, which is a hard sell — it’s in the nature of conservative types to stick to what we’re familiar with, even when it’s past its expiry date…


      • Amused says:

        There is no “traditional” Australian. Such people do not exist and have not existed since “They’re a Weird Mob” was big box office.

        Australians are among the stupidest people on earth. It is a land of alcoholics eternally distracted by house prices and the sports page.


        • Ozwitch says:

          I wish I could heartily disagree with your assessment, but my heart wouldn’t be in it. When we eventually wake up, it will be too late. The Chinese and Muslims will have taken the country between them.

          Liked by 2 people

  3. rashomon says:

    GREAAAAAAT(e) cat!

    Liked by 2 people

  4. Chris in Australia says:

    I hope to hell President Trump asks Morrison, what was Turnbull and Downer up to !

    Liked by 4 people

  5. Ghost says:

    Observations from a smaller limb.

    If timing is important then this speaks volumes. Meeting after Japan, India trilateral talks.


  6. Sundance, you’ve outdone yourself with suspicious cat.

    Liked by 1 person

  7. Fools Gold says:

    When my son was embedded with the aussies in Iraq he had great praise in their attitudes and fighting ability. Still communicating with a couple of them…seems to me both countries leadership at the time sucked but we got real lucky with ours. 🍀 🙏

    Liked by 5 people

  8. Herbert Kroll says:

    @Sundance: Well, it seems you missed it and I missed it as well, but last August, Australia’s Liberal Party threw out their leader Malcolm Turnbull, who’s a terrible globalist hack and they replaced him with Scott Morrison. The globalists still want Julie Bishop, who’s even worse than Turnbull, to become the party’s leader. If that happened, Australia would effectively have two socialist parties plus the communist Greens as the main parties in the coming elections. Julie Bishop has no true party affilliation, she’s all about gender politics and a mere copy of Julia Gillard.

    Liked by 2 people

  9. Reality says:

    The demographics of 3rd world immigration will defeat both Australia and the US.
    Once they become the majority of voters it’s all over. Some b*stardised version of California is the future. Trumps heroic rearguard action is the stuff of future legend but we can’t win. Demographics triumphs over all things.

    Liked by 1 person

  10. Herbert Kroll says:

    The globalist view on what they (i.e. the globalism supporting media) call “the knifing of” Malcolm Turnbull: https://www.news.com.au/national/politics/the-series-of-disasters-that-have-wrecked-the-government/news-story/6505aa1bec77e761e2882f1c0871dc49
    It seems like certain quota’s are at the heart of the internal problems of the Liberals.


  11. Merkin Muffy says:

    Is this the same PM who sent Alexander Downer to spy on the Trump campaign?


    • konradwp1 says:

      No, that was recently dumped PM Malcolm Turnbull.

      However, no American should trust the current Australian PM Scott Morrison. Morrison is an AGW believer just like Turnbull. A man so intellectually bereft he believes adding radiative gases to our radiatively cooled atmosphere will reduce our atmosphere’s radiative cooling ability.

      As an Australian, there is a reason I have a large percentage of my retirement savings moved to US investments. The US currently has a solid leader prepared to defy the lame scream media, reject the AGW hoax and fight to eliminate an unnecessary $800 billion per year trade deficit.

      Morrison is just a media compliant Uni-Party quisling. The Australian equivalent of Ryan or Flake. Trump has his measure. Trump will treat him like he treats Trudeau, and with good reason.

      Liked by 2 people

  12. LivLovely101 says:

    Poor Suspicious Cat; he thought this was only going to be a part time gig!
    Instead, he’s working like a dog!

    Liked by 2 people

  13. railer says:

    Trump’s trade actions re China will likely trim Oz exports to China, which have been substantial. China will take a lessened interest in Oz politics as a result, probably a good thing for Oz.


  14. rustybritches says:

    It takes a great man to sit down with a man and face him knowing that the country tried to stab him in the back and make sure that they helped to over throw his Gov. Dirt bags every one of them and I think before he leaves the G20 He should tell Europe and Aussie that he does not care what they want He is there to stay and they better see the light before its too late..

    Liked by 1 person

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