Kudlow: Highly Anticipated Dinner Between Chairman Xi and President Trump “Went Very Well”…

The U.S. delegation headed by President Trump and the Chinese delegation headed by Chairman Xi Jinping attended a much anticipated bilateral dinner at the conclusion of the G20 summit in Argentina.  The dinner lasted for two and a half hours:


Immediately following the dinner the U.S. delegation went straight to Airforce-One for the flight home.

(Reuters) […] With the United States and China locked in an economic dispute that has unnerved global financial markets and weighed on the world economy, Trump and Xi sat down with their aides for a working dinner at the conclusion of a two-day gathering of world leaders in Buenos Aires.

Trump told Xi at the start of the meeting he hoped they would achieve “something great” on trade for both countries. The leaders finished their talks after about 2-1/2 hours and Trump departed for his scheduled flight back to Washington.

While neither side issued any immediate statements on the outcome, White House chief economist Larry Kudlow told reporters as he boarded Air Force One that the talks went “very well.” He offered no specifics.

The editor of a major Chinese state-run newspaper also said the talks went well.

“Based on information I received, talks between Xi and Trump went well and consensus was reached,” Hu Xijin, the editor of the Global Times, published by the ruling Communist Party’s official People’s Daily, wrote on Twitter, without giving details.  (Read More)

It is likely the tariffs will continue until reciprocity improves.

The Big Club will go bananas next week.

There is no doubt in my mind that President Trump has a very well thought out long-term strategy regarding China. President Trump takes strategic messaging toward the people of China very importantly. President Trump has, very publicly, complimented the friendship he feels toward President Xi Jinping; and praises Chairman Xi for his character, strength and purposeful leadership. Trump knows how to play their panda/dragon games.

Each time China takes aggressive action (red dragon) China projects a panda face through silence and non-response to opinion of that action;…. and then the  action continues. The red dragon has a tendency to say one necessary thing publicly, while manipulating another necessary thing privately. The Art of War.

President Trump is the first U.S. President to understand how the red dragon hides behind the panda mask. Chairman Xi and President Trump are scheduled for a dinner on Saturday night; their first face-to-face meeting in a year.

The entire planet is focused on the dynamic of Chairman Xi and President Trump.  Billions waged on the position of an eyebrow, or the hint of a smile.  Epic stuff.  In the multinational finance world this is bigger than the moon landing, world cup and Olympics combined.  Every nuance and inference to be reviewed in slow-mo replay by hedge-fund managers looking for any indication of hope.

The funniest thing is Donald Trump doesn’t care about all that.  He has the desired ‘America First’ outcome gamed out; POTUS is only looking to see which direction Xi is leaning.  From there Trump puts the instructions to the team (Mnuchin, Pompeo, Ross, Lighthizer and Navarro); yet even they don’t know the full plan, no-one does except President Trump… for a reason.

The Wall Street global financial crowd is on pins-and-needles hoping desperately the confrontation between China and the U.S. doesn’t escalate.

Meanwhile, blue-collar Main Street USA is hoping ‘bull-in-a-china-shop-Trump‘ punches Xi in the nose; diplomatically of course.

The bamboo forest is shrinking…


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112 Responses to Kudlow: Highly Anticipated Dinner Between Chairman Xi and President Trump “Went Very Well”…

  1. Publius2016 says:

    Wednesday Markets close? This will be Legendary!

    Liked by 3 people

  2. Publius2016 says:

    No press conference til after the funeral??? Everything goes silent??

    Liked by 1 person

    • Beautiful chance to nail more leakers!

      Liked by 5 people

    • fleporeblog says:

      Here is a verbal statement via Sarah Sanders! Our President and his Killers decided to snack on some Panda 🐼 this evening!

      All China 🇨🇳 got was a 90 day reprieve starting on January 1st. The tariffs on the $200 billion dollars of imports will stay at 10% rather than go up to 25%. However, if no trade agreement is done during the 90 days, those tariffs will increase on April 1st to 25%.

      Look at everything we got in return!

      WINNING feels so damn good!

      Liked by 10 people

  3. MakeAmericaGreat says:

    And a bit more on the meeting

    Impromptu post-dinner photo.

    Let’s do this, Red Panda.

    Liked by 11 people

  4. rumpole2 says:

    Insight into negotiations…..
    Who picked up the tab for the meal and drinks? 🙂

    Liked by 6 people

  5. Publius2016 says:

    Today marks the End of The New World Order…how appropriate that HW officially passes…RIP

    Liked by 15 people

  6. Publius2016 says:

    But Navarro was out…Fake News?

    Liked by 1 person

  7. MakeAmericaGreat says:

    Chinese media apparently reporting that no new tariffs will be imposed by the USA after January 1, and the talks will continue.

    Liked by 3 people

  8. dianeax says:

    To say I love our POTUS is an understatement.

    Liked by 8 people

  9. fleporeblog says:

    According to some reports the tariffs will remain at 10% even after the January 1st deadline. The Chinese in return will commence purchasing our soybeans and other farm products.

    From the article linked above:

    From The Los Angeles Times: President Trump and his Chinese counterpart, Xi Jinping, agreed to a freeze in the two nations’ growing hostilities on trade, but it appeared to be a tenuous truce that left billions of dollars of existing tariffs in place and a longer-term solution contingent on key details being sorted out by their aides.

    A ceasefire will be welcomed by businesses, consumer groups and others as it would avert, for now, Trump’s previously announced move to boost tariffs on $200 billion of Chinese goods next month to 25% from the initially imposed tax of 10%. Many of these items are ordinary household products like vacuum cleaners.

    In exchange, Xi was expected to put on the table an offer to reopen China’s market to American soybeans and other farm goods, as well as a commitment to address long-standing U.S. concerns that China is stealing U.S. intellectual property and that its policies discriminate against foreign companies and essentially coerce them to hand over technologies to gain access to Chinese markets.

    As part of the deal, senior aides are to meet later this month to begin the work of fleshing out the two leaders’ agreement.

    Once again our President didn’t give up anything to get so much in return. If the Chinese don’t show movement in the areas they promised to, immediately those tariffs are put up to 25% and the additional $267 billion dollars are put in the pot starting with 10% tariffs.

    For companies like GM and Apple, they are not happy because the status quo is far worse than having some final conclusion. They absolutely HATE uncertainty. That is exactly what they got out of this agreement.

    Our President will kindly remind them and the American public via twitter that WE ARE OPEN FOR BUSINESS!

    WINNING feels so damn good!

    Liked by 17 people

  10. Wayne Robinson says:

    I would bet a hundred bucks against a twenty no point of agreement was reached but China will try to saytbere was / China has to agree to stop hacking and stealing from Americcan business but they will not willingly do that . China gives itself awards for products that are stolen from others and salute it as”creative “ this is no shit . They manipulate their money , dump products here under cost to destroy our markets they are the most evil government on planet earth closely followed byRussia

    Liked by 3 people

  11. rumpole2 says:

    I see Trump is showing the utmost respect to President Bush….
    I have my doubts that same respect will be shown to President Trump in the distant future.

    Liked by 3 people

    • Curry Worsham says:

      Trump knows how to play the Panda/Dragon game with the Bushes, too

      Liked by 10 people

    • michaelh says:

      These people expose themselves for the vile people they are, but they will be forgotten.
      Example 1: Remember John McCain? Couldn’t go away quietly without taking a swipe at Trump.
      Example 2: I had to tell you to remember McCain, b/c everyone has forgotten about him already. Pettiness hollows people out.

      Liked by 8 people

    • Vince says:

      “I have my doubts that same respect will be shown to President Trump in the distant future.”

      I think President Trump’s death/funeral will be much like Reagan’s. Reagan died long after he was out of office, and the press was eager to let his death be a one or two day story, and then get on with all things democrat. However, Americans had a different idea. 104,000 people paid respects to him while he lay in state at the capital, (5,000 per hour). Many ordinary citizens travelled across the country to pay respects for only a few minutes.

      I remember the media being stunned by this. All the effort by the media, 24/7 to knock down Reagan, for eight years and it doesn’t work. Years later, the American people still knew he was one of us.

      Liked by 3 people

  12. This is BAD! Any promise the Chinese made at this moment is just fake and lie, same as past 20 years. As soon as they get what they want (no tariffs), they will break their promises


    • fleporeblog says:

      You must be smoking 🚬 some of their herbs and spices! See my post above and realize that our President and his Killers took them to the damn cleaners, if they do what you describe, they will feel pain like they never felt before!

      Liked by 9 people

    • rf121 says:

      Did you fill out the form requesting permission to post here?

      Liked by 1 person

    • Dutchman says:

      Gee, too bad VSGDJT hasn’t had ANY experience dealing with welchers, before, or making deals with people he knows he can’t trust to honor their agreements /s.

      HOW is this ‘BAD’? The tarriffs stay in place, until there is real, measurable and consistent change in behavior.

      The sanctions, up until now, have been selectively targeted, with lots of exemptions, so as NOT to hurt American businesses or consumers.

      The next, final round, not so much. It basically sweeps up everything left on the table, and so probably would cost us some discomfort.

      I suspect DJT would say, (privately) “Yeah, they aren’t ready yet. Didn’t think they were, but have to go through the motions!”

      The U.S. continues to rake in Billions in tarrifs, which China pays, their economy continues to shrink, while ours grows.
      Multinational companies are hurt, while American conpanies benefit.

      THIS is what winning looks like!
      And you say this is “Bad”?
      As my dear departed Dad would say
      “You’d bitch if you got hung with a new rope!”

      Liked by 6 people

    • fleporeblog says:

      Read these tweets and realize WHO got their asses handed to them!

      Liked by 10 people

    • litlbit2 says:

      Maybe, however, President Trump’s got this! Enjoy the season Merry Christmas, we are all Blessed from above as we celebrate the birth of the real King guiding the USA.

      Never doubt!

      Liked by 2 people

  13. Dutchman says:

    Wondering if you have an opinion on a theory I have positrd in numerous posts; that China CAN NOT agree to VSGDJT’s conditions.

    That their system does not allow for innovative thinking, in fact does everything it can to stamp it out,…AND their system is inherently corrupt, which inevitsble leads to poorly produced products.

    Hence, to stop cheating, and ‘play fair’ in trade with other nations, would inevitably relegate China to being a third world country, with nukes.

    To make the kind of systemic and cultural changes needed, in order to compete, would mean the end of the Chinese Communist Party.

    And, VSGDJT KNOWS this, and is ‘channeling Reagan’, and is really trying to ‘collapse’ the China ’empire’, in much the way Reagan collapsed the Soviet Union.

    Would love to hear your thoughts on this.

    Liked by 2 people

      • michaelh says:

        To survive China requires nothing less than complete, verifiable, and irreversible conversion from centrally planned economic constructs to genuine free markets based on fair and reciprocal trade practices.

        China, the nation, can do this. The ruling classes in China however need to be pushed much farther to recognize that change is necessary.

        This is not a trade conflict. This is for all the marbles: China must become a free nation and the Chinese people must be free. On this objective there is no negotiation and no compromise. Unless a people are economically free they are not free: One cannot be both “free” and an economic slave. The lie must be confronted. The empire of lies must accept the truth.

        Liked by 2 people

        • GB Bari says:

          Unless a people are economically free they are not free: One cannot be both “free” and an economic slave. The lie must be confronted. The empire of lies must accept the truth.

          Tell that to the DemocRATS. They don’t seem to care about it.

          Liked by 1 person

      • Dutchman says:

        Thanks, sorry I missed it. Will read now.


    • WES says:

      Dutchman: I was in a manner of speaking a front line observer of Reagan’s efforts to bring down the USSR back in the early 1980s. In 1983 I was sent to Siberia for 6 months as a service engineer for US mining equipment sold to a coal mine. What I saw in Russia was a mine using poorly designed mining equipment of 1950 and earlier vintage. I observed operating availabilities somewhere between 40% to 45%. I saw so called modern copies of big western mining trucks that never moved an inch because they simply didn’t work and the mine couldn’t make them work.

      What the communist were trying to do was upgrade critical areas of their ecomony with western equipment. Obviously despite my best efforts to help them I failed completely as the USSR hit the wall less than 10 years later!

      What I saw in 1983 USSR reminded me of what my Father would have seen growing up during the 1930s. The Russians could produce good military equipment (I inspected many pieces of military hardware in the mine). Actually the only Russian equipment that ran at all was the mine’s military equipment! About the only competent mine executive was the mine manager, a retired Russian army Major and one time advisor in North Vietnam!

      All of the rest of the operating machinery in the mine was western made (German/US).

      What struck me about the ordinary Rusian people was the total lack of hope that things would get better for them. So much so that they all drank so heavily, if just to escape briefly from their worker’s paradise!

      My construction crew were always under the influence! There were vocka bottles everywhere! Whenever I found a bottle I always left it undisturbed. Each morning I would observe the status of my construction crew by watching them disembark from their bus. If they flowed down the bus steps then I knew it was going to be a rough day with little accomplished.

      The sobriety test for my crane operator was to see if he could crawl up onto the crawler pads and into the cab! If he couldn’t we put him into an empty crate to sleep it off! One day every year all the mine people had to go out and cut hay. Needless to say i never saw anyone cutting hay since there was not enough transportation! My crew just sat idle all day!

      What I observed was how 100% socialism even with secret police fear and enforcement doesn’t work! Each person was waiting for the other person to do all of the hard work!

      Liked by 2 people

      • Dutchman says:

        My recollection was of a Reagan story; he read a report on Russias wheat harvest; how EVERY YEAR, they lost 1/2 of their wheat crop, because there were no tarps on the trucks, that transported the wheat from the collectivist farms, to the granaries.

        WASN’T the farmers responsibility,
        WASN’T the truckdrivers responsibility,
        WASN’T the granary operators responsibility.

        “Not MY job”
        As a result, every year they had to get wheat from the U.S.

        And, according to the story, when Reagan read that, he KNEW the U.S. could defeat the Soviet Union, cause a communist country can’t compete with a capitalist one, where SOMEBODY would have lost money, if they didn’t put tarps on the damn trucks!

        Hence my thinking that Chicoms face a Hobsons choice (I THINK its called).

        Basically, “How do you want to die; knife,…or gun?”


        • Dutchman says:

          Just re-read Sundances above linked article, which I think I HAD read before.
          However, it dorsn’t address the other inherent weakness of China, ehich wes’s post, and my responce, highlights;

          Bluntly put, China produces crap. They always (since Chicoms in charge) have, and always will.

          Comparison: younger readers may be shocked, but when I was a boy, all us kids knew, if ee got a toy, “made in Japan”, it would soon break, cause as we said then “Jap is crap”.

          This was in the late 50’s-60’s. But, within 10-15 years, Japan began producing high quality products, and yes, I KNOW about Demming!

          Point is, we have been buying imported products from China, for 30 years, and its STILL CRAP!

          BECAUSE of what wes and I are posting about. The innefficiency, and built into the system corruption in China.

          Using inferior materials in dog food, sheetrock, steel, will not stop. Not without MAJOR cultural changes, which would mean a much less powerful role for Communist party.

          Hence, agree to VSG’s trade terms, and live up to them, and become a third world country (and economy) with nukes.
          Or, refuse to deal, and be overthrown as your people WILL revolt. Oh, and it doesn’t help you have MANY ethnic minorities you are brutally oppressing, that would LOVE to throw off the yoke, you have on their necks!

          “WHATS a China to do?”

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          • GB Bari says:

            Add inferior plastic and garbage electric motors to the list. Since the majority of consumer appliances are made in China, they became a throw-away industry as (a) they break easily and (b) one cannot get service or repair parts very easily.

            Think about appliances, tools, or other household gadgets you have had where a molded plastic piece broke off that made further use impossible or difficult. Lets say it cost anywhere from $20 to $50, so do you go through the irritating process of trying to get a replacement part, or just toss it into the landfill and buy another?

            By contrast, most German plastic is superior (less brittle). American plastic can be superior (different companies chose different formulations). Mexican plastic is more on par with China’s.

            Most Asian-made electric motors in appliances are pure throw away garbage. Thin wiring with weak solder or weld connections that develops burn-thru open or shorted armature or stator wiring, and if not brushless, you cannot easily get replacement brushes. If it runs for 100 hours that’s all you can expect; longer is a bonus. I have a 60 year old,, all-metal Westinghouse electric fan that runs fine. No wobble in the blades (motor shaft). Oscillation still works fine. I replaced the 3-way switch and the power cord about 30 years ago. Anybody have a plastic oscillating fan from China that still works fine for 60 years? 20 years? 10?


            • Janie M. says:

              GB, I subscribe to the Consumer Product Safety Commission email recall alerts. Whenever I see the recall concerns a household/gardening item powered by electricity which can overheat, resulting in a possible fire and I scroll down near the bottom of the page which reflects the country of origin, it confirms my suspicion – it was manufactured in China. And these are not necessarily low priced items. This is also true of bicycles being recalled because a portion of the metal frame fractures. Some have prices I consider high end and they are also manufactured in Taiwan.

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  14. Sharpshorts says:

    I’m not so sure that “The Wall Street global financial crowd is on pins-and-needles hoping desperately the confrontation between China and the U.S. doesn’t escalate.”

    If there is such a thing a non-globalWall Street financial crowd”, they might be worried about potential escalation…but the global crowd — not so much…They welcome and support increased tensions between China and the U.S.


    • More “outright” tension … is NOT good for or supported by the Globalist Financial crowd:
      • Export opportunities from their Chinese plants dry up
      • China raises their share-of-Chinese ownership requirements
      • They complain
      • China raises Minimum Wages and Taxes local sales to dry up profits
      • They complain
      • China’s state-owned enterprises buy the underutilized plants on the cheap
      • China’s state-owned enterprises displace them in the Chinese Market
      • They have to build plants elsewhere to serve their Non-Chinese Markets
      • China’s state-owned enterprises underbid them to take those markets, too
      • They complain
      • China’s government asks which countries want to discontinue buying from China
      • Weak governments decide to keep their cheap Chinese imports anyway
      • Their stock prices dive

      RE Our Cliff Notes on China: Are we missing anything?

      Liked by 1 person

  15. MakeAmericaGreat says:

    Why might a deal happen now?

    1. TRUMP’S BEST INTEREST — Some supporters down after midterms. Rumbles about “Trump might not run in 2020, and if he does run he won’t win.” People feeling like some promises have not been delivered upon. Best way for Trump to turn the PR tide and get himself re-elected is by having a booming economy and, if possible, markets. Also, after losing the House to the Dems this might be the best time for POTUS to strike a deal before potentially more leverage is lost.

    2. XI’s BEST INTEREST — China’s economy has been absolutely decimated by the trade war. So much so that people have turned on new President-For-Life Xi and questioned his strategy. “China as rising power” looking more like “China circling the drain,” very bad optics. Unrest rising (as much as it can in a place like China).

    This is the right time, for both sides, to make a deal. Both win, and really no one loses. I’m hopeful because of this.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Speculation:
      • Our markets soar going into the New Year on “Lower Tensions with China” news.
      • Our markets dive as D-rats take a flamethrower to everything Trump.

      Proof positive: 2020 becomes a Win-or-Die Election …
      • For EVERYONE [honestly] invested.
      • For EVERY Main Street Worker.

      Liked by 3 people

      • MakeAmericaGreat says:

        Sounds like an amazing plan, BK. Love it, love it, love it.

        The Dems trying to flamethrower the Economic Savior is something I want to watch. Remember that nasty look Pelosi had on her face when POTUS nailed the speech to Congress? I think more of those looks are upcoming. heh


    • Dutchman says:

      Yeah, when will they EVER learn?
      That whole “emperor (or king, whatever) FOR LIFE”, is DEFINETLY a two edged sword!

      “Well, we made a vow ’till death do us part’, so I guess I’m gonna have to KILL you!”

      Liked by 1 person

  16. Caius Lowell says:

    Have you tried the General Tso’s chicken Xi? It’s f’ing good!


  17. jeans2nd says:

    So Koala is happy. Koala is always happy.
    What did Dr Navarro have to say? Was Dr Navarro happy?
    Will withhold judgment till we hear from Attack Wolverine, although he sure did not look happy in that vid above.
    Glad the soybean farmers will be doing better, if that is indeed true.
    Save Lordstown.

    Liked by 2 people

    • China snaps up our soybeans before the unsold 97% rots.

      China buys our pork to replace their destroyed diseased hog population until prices spike.

      THEN we up the Tariff Ante.

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      • China then acts to Cut our Deficit and improve their “Leverage”:
        • China contracts for our Coal.
        • China contracts for our LNG.

        … Making them ever more dependent on America to Feed them and Power their industry.

        Liked by 2 people

        • michaelh says:

          China desperately needs to diversify their energy sources. But they won’t buy from the U.S. precisely because they want other energy sources to avoid dependence on the U.S. You can’t become strong when you always have to make weak plays.


  18. repsort says:

    Glen Beck… Ran to the store and heard a few mins of him freaking out about how PDJT doesn’t realize the damage he’s doing with these tariffs.. That “I think he really believes what he’s saying, but he just doesn’t understand…” HAHAH I was LMAO.

    Liked by 3 people

  19. Redhotsnowman says:

    All of this global economics policy stuff is so above my pay grade that I am hesitant to comment at all. But my “gut” say’s things are moving in the right direction.

    Liked by 1 person

  20. DT2020 says:


  21. Ghost says:

    Observations from a smaller limb.

    Should be noted that this is not, repeat not my opinion!! However I think it is important to see how the other side is reporting it.

    Chinese state TV is reporting a truce with the removal of tariffs after January 1st.


    I’m wondering what actually happened, has Xi just been set up for a fall from grace. Would replacing current leadership before reaching agreement be a face saving measure.


    • WRB says:

      After reading your “Chinese state TV is reporting a truce with the removal of tariffs after January 1st.” I had to read the article.

      What it says is:

      Trump and Xi agreed to not add additional tariffs “after January 1” – when Washington was set to raise the tariff rate on US$200 billion of Chinese imports from 10 per cent to 25 per cent.


  22. Brainiac says:

    SD has the best analysis around on this. Kudos.

    Liked by 1 person

    • motreehouse says:


      Statement from the Press Secretary Regarding the President’s Working Dinner with China

      Issued on: December 1, 2018
      menuALL NEWS
      The President of the United States, Donald J. Trump, and President Xi Jinping of China, have just concluded what both have said was a “highly successful meeting” between themselves and their most senior representatives in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

      Very importantly, President Xi, in a wonderful humanitarian gesture, has agreed to designate Fentanyl as a Controlled Substance, meaning that people selling Fentanyl to the United States will be subject to China’s maximum penalty under the law.

      On Trade, President Trump has agreed that on January 1, 2019, he will leave the tariffs on $200 billion worth of product at the 10% rate, and not raise it to 25% at this time. China will agree to purchase a not yet agreed upon, but very substantial, amount of agricultural, energy, industrial, and other product from the United States to reduce the trade imbalance between our two countries. China has agreed to start purchasing agricultural product from our farmers immediately.

      President Trump and President Xi have agreed to immediately begin negotiations on structural changes with respect to forced technology transfer, intellectual property protection, non-tariff barriers, cyber intrusions and cyber theft, services and agriculture. Both parties agree that they will endeavor to have this transaction completed within the next 90 days. If at the end of this period of time, the parties are unable to reach an agreement, the 10% tariffs will be raised to 25%.

      It was also agreed that great progress has been made with respect to North Korea and that President Trump, together with President Xi, will strive, along with Chairman Kim Jong Un, to see a nuclear free Korean Peninsula. President Trump expressed his friendship and respect for Chairman Kim.

      President Xi also stated that he is open to approving the previously unapproved Qualcomm-NXP deal should it again be presented to him.

      President Trump stated: “This was an amazing and productive meeting with unlimited possibilities for both the United States and China. It is my great honor to be working with President Xi.”


  23. Drogers says:

    ‘The bamboo forest is shrinking…’

    Yes it is. Indeed it is.


  24. Deplorable_Infidel says:

    “Trump and Xi sat down with their aides for a working dinner at the conclusion of a two-day gathering of world leaders in Buenos Aires.

    Trump told Xi at the start of the meeting he hoped they would achieve “something great” on trade for both countries.”

    Reading this reminded me of the dinner scene in the Captain’s Quarters in “The Hunt for Red October” where the officers are discussing their defection plans and the untimely death of the KGB Political Officer on board. The Captain tells his officers about him notifying Moscow about their plans to defect and his reasoning for it. Near the conclusion the captain calmly asks, “Tea, anyone?”. When no one responds, he dismisses them back to their posts.


    In November 1984, the Soviet Union’s best submarine captain in their newest sub violates orders and heads for the U.S. Is he trying to defect or to start a war?


  25. Bavak says:

    The real question is did they use chopsticks?


  26. rustybritches says:

    The biggest problem that is facing Our Great President Trump today is what is going on with the stupid activist courts in NYC and he now needs to turn his atten to those courts and beat up on all of them until there is nothing left Please Someone out there help Our wonderful President to fight off the band of wolfs and give him the help he needs to make sure they don’t rise again when he is finished with them…


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