Brexit Presents Unique Trade Opportunity for U.S. and U.K. Economic Alliance….

First rule in geopolitics, it’s always about the economics.  Second rule in geopolitics: refer to rule #1.    Understanding this basic truism is the key to understand how President Trump is able to be so effective.  There are trillions at stake, and infinite interests.

“Economic security is national security.” ~President Trump

All politics circles back to the underlying economics; whether it is an individual financial self-interest for a specific politician, or whether it is a larger financial interest for a group or even a nation.  Everything is always about the money, and that essential truth is why Donald Trump is so uniquely qualified, influential and stunningly effective. Today:

(VIA CBC) The United States would “enthusiastically” support a no-deal Brexit if that is what the British government decided to do, U.S. national security adviser John Bolton told reporters on Monday.

[…]  As the United Kingdom prepares to leave the European Union on Oct. 31, its biggest geopolitical shift since the Second World War, many diplomats expect London to become increasingly reliant on the United States.

“If that’s the decision of the British government we will support it enthusiastically, and that’s what I’m trying to convey. We’re with you, we’re with you,” said Bolton, in London for two days of talks with British officials. The U.S. administration is seeking an improved U.S.-British relationship with Prime Minister Boris Johnson after sometimes tense ties between Donald Trump and Johnson’s predecessor, Theresa May.

A central message Bolton was making is that the United States will help cushion Britain’s exit from the EU with a free trade agreement that is being negotiated by U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer and his British counterpart, Liz Truss.  (read more)

Also today from New Jersey:

(WH Link)

Notice how President Trump doesn’t rely on John Bolton to deliver his message. President Trump builds inherent checks into the process when others deliver his messages about economic deals, strategies and trade proposals.  Classic CEO Executive Trump.

It is not that President Trump doesn’t trust Bolton, but rather Trump understands a difference in political priority exists.  Donald Trump isn’t a politician, he’s working through a plan for what he views (we agree) is bigger than any ideological aspects.

The economics of all things is the priority for President Trump…. step into that lane, or bring forth a policy directive that crosses into that economic lane, and you step into an administration agenda item completely controlled and directed by Donald Trump.

Every policy engagement from the big to the small goes through the prism of economics first and last.  Essentially this is the foundation of the Trump doctrine.  Brexit, Huawei, Iran, the larger EU etc. all cross paths with President Trump’s primary focus, U.S. economic wealth, influence and security.

Donald Trump isn’t leaving anything to chance or misinterpretation…. He’s full bore economic Obsessive Compulsive!  …And unapologetic about it.

President Trump has single-handily, and purposefully, stalled the global economy and is forcing massive amounts of wealth back into the United States.  In essence Titan Trump is engaged in a process of: (a) repatriating wealth (trade policy); (b) blocking exfiltration (main street policy); (c) creating new and modern economic alliances based on reciprocity; and (d) dismantling the post WWII Marshall plan for global trade and one-way tariffs.

Every minute element within this process, no matter how seemingly small, has President Trump’s full attention.  He has assignments to many, but he relies upon none.

(Reuters) – The United States overtook Germany as the biggest supplier of imports into Britain for the first time since the early 2000s in the last financial year, the UK government said on Friday.

British trade minister Liz Truss has said the United States tops her priority list for post-Brexit trade deals and has been in Washington this week, along with Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab, to promote UK-US ties.

Imports from the United States increased by 14% to 78.27 billion pounds ($94.43 billion) in the year to April, the Department for Trade said, while imports from Germany fell by 0.1% to 78.26 billion pounds.

While Germany has long been Britain’s biggest source of imports, the United States was already Britain’s largest export market, with exports reaching a record high of 121.6 billion pounds in the last financial year.

“Now that the U.S. is our largest market for both exports and imports, there has never been a better time for us to make the most of this golden opportunity and deliver a free trade agreement with the US,” Truss said in a statement.  (more)


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85 Responses to Brexit Presents Unique Trade Opportunity for U.S. and U.K. Economic Alliance….

  1. Revelation says:

    As a Brit, can I say thank you to PDJT.

    We are fighting the same fight; patriots vs globalists. With Boris, I hope we have turned a corner.

    Liked by 44 people

    • willthesuevi says:

      I do not tell citizens of other countries what they should or should not be doing, with respect to their home.

      I will tell you, I hope Great Britain continues to choose freedom and liberty and many Americans are pulling for you all. I am glad to see this President reaching out to your new Prime Minister.


      Liked by 16 people

    • 4whomthebellstroll says:


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    • SwampRatTerrier says:

      Spot on!

      As about the world’s 6th Biggest Economy, the UK don’t need no stinkin’ PU…er…EU!

      Liked by 3 people

  2. TwoLaine says:

    It’s all about the money honey.

    President TRUMP learned that long ago. 🙂

    Liked by 12 people

  3. tax2much says:

    We gave them Ms. Meghan Markle. Isn’t that enough?

    Liked by 9 people

  4. Sentient says:

    Two Rules:

    Liked by 4 people

    • GGHD says:

      “President Trump has single-handily, and purposefully, stalled the global economy and is forcing massive amounts of wealth back into the United States. In essence Titan Trump is engaged in a process of:
      (a) repatriating wealth (trade policy);
      (b) blocking exfiltration (main street policy);
      (c) creating new and modern economic alliances based on reciprocity; and
      (d) dismantling the post WWII Marshall plan for global trade and one-way tariffs.” … +
      “Economic security is national security.” ~President Trump”
      [TheConservativeTreehouse, August 12, 2019, Sundance.]
      If there was such a place as Mayberry, the residents would vote for Trump in 2020.

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      • Judith says:

        GGHD: I think I can sum up your first paragraph: EU is getting a taste of its own medicine. (How does it feel?) With one exception, however: Trump may rub their nose in their own mess, but he has NO plans to leave anybody high and dry (like they did to us these past few decades.)

        That is, not unless they choose to suffer needlessly, like our clueless neighbors to the north.

        President Trump can easily handle, and actually quite prefers win-win scenarios. We’re not the pigs at the trough here. This win-win does however, necessitate that EU and multinational corporations “amend their business plans.” Oh noes!

        We who live in the real world will by necessity adjust our sails from time to time. EU needs to get with the program, and President Trump, leverage wunderkind, has “six ways from Sunday” to steer them in the right direction.

        Their sky-is-falling, New World Order Totalitarianism crap just ain’t gonna fly. Globalists need to just get over themselves already!

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      • formerdem says:

        i do not understand international trade but what I understand is my African-American neighbors and friends have jobs, and thus I Love our POTUS. And he had a heart for the issues around over-incarceration, he which I know are true because I am a pro-lifer and I went to jail and it was RIDICULOUS what black people are jailed for, where I would have been petted and counseled (and quite right too). Trump cared and he is fixing it.


    • RightAroundTheBlock says:

      For a good time, call 1-800-Sentient…


  5. Guyski says:

    Theresa May should have taken President Trump’s advice.

    Liked by 15 people

  6. Skidroe says:

    Germany can keep buying their gas from Russia and we can move all troops to Poland. I hope America and Britain become great partners again.

    Liked by 14 people

    • willthesuevi says:

      I agree except let’s bring all our troops home and close the European bases. Let Germans worry about the Fulda Gap.

      Hell, I am for closing all bases out of country. Agreements to use foreign bases for training and staging take place all the time. Countries should pay for their own security. If they choose not to do so it is not our problem.

      I am so very tired of being taken for granted.

      Liked by 3 people


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    • Suzanne says:

      Iirc we have 30 +/- bases in Germany and the arrogant Germans charge us what amounts to “rent” on the land upon which they sit. I’d close all but a handful, move several to Poland and another pro US country and let Germany sink like a rock

      Liked by 4 people

      • MJMotley says:

        To those immediately above, being former USARMY the following ordinarily would be blasphemous, what we need to do is cut back on land based commitments and shrink our ground forces substantially but responsibly and revamp our naval forces massively. The Navy has been shifted to supporting land based forces in the GWOT and neglected(taken for granted)superiority at sea on the high seas. The Chinese are far better prepared for the up coming conflict at sea with China.

        Note also, if China has move mainland forces to subdue Hong Kong it will also push up their timetable on Taiwan as their Panda mask towards it will become inoperable.

        Time is of the essence.

        Liked by 4 people

        • Maquis says:

          We need airbases too, and massive staging areas with prepositioned equipment somewhere we are appreciated, Poland looks damn fine to me.

          Liked by 1 person

        • dallasdan says:

          I think you make a good point about Taiwan becoming increasingly important as a point of focus for China to divert national and international attention from its internal problems.


  7. PS says:

    Consider that Brexit has been in the works since the positive vote on June 23, 2016…. Isn’t it interesting that Candidate Trump had been vocally in favor of Brexit as far back as May 5th, 2016,

    Isn’t it also interesting that May 2016 resonates strongly as the start of the entrapment of Candidate Trump’s foreign policy expert Popadopoulis by British agencies. The British side of “the Big Ugly” framing Trump/Russia Collusion could be seen as revenge by pro-EU / anti-Brexit factions.

    We also need to consider, in the unlikely event that Trump were to win the election in Nov 2016, that discovery of the British involvement in the coup (as it is in 2019) would so sour diplomacy that the US/British trade policy would be irrevocably damaged? Was Collusion 2017 all just a way to scorched earth future Trump/British relations?

    Liked by 3 people

    • Revelation says:

      I suspect if the true story ever comes out I suspect that Priti Patel and Boris told PDJT via Bibi what was going on:

      Liked by 2 people

    • Dutchman says:

      Yes. It WASN’T British, Italian, and New Zealand/Aussie Countries against DJT.

      It was ELEMENTS in thos governments, golbalist/conmunist elements actually aligned with CCP, that were opposdd to and working against DJT as candidate and now POTUS.

      And BREXIT is not just about Britain. Yes, its supporting our fellow deplorables across the pond. This IS a Worldwide movement, and battle.

      But, as EU economy continues to wither, a vibrant bounce back of GB economy, fueled by getting out from under the crushing EU regulations, AND great trade deal with U.S. will make for an unbelievably stark compare/contrast.

      In short, Katie bar the door, as Hungary, Poland, Italy (after elections)
      Perhaps netherlands insist on leaving the EU.

      EU is Conmunism lite; over regulation, high taxation, unelected buerocrats with no accountability, centralised government, “generous” social programs paid for with other peoples (our) money, WHAT else COULD you call it?

      Every bit as bad as CCP in China.
      Kill it, same was as CCP. Deprive it of other peoples money.

      And GOOD riddance, and welcome to any countries that move to strong Nationalist, free market governments.
      Welcome as healthy COMPETITORS, neither ‘allies’ nor ‘enemies’in the traditional sense.
      Entanglements with NONE!

      Liked by 12 people

    • snellvillebob says:

      I never understood why Steele would hate President Trump so bad until I realized he is blaming BREXIT on him.

      Liked by 5 people

      • Donzo says:

        Hope to see some accountability for Spygate coming from our “partners” in Britain. But I do not see PDT making any trade deal contingent upon that.

        Liked by 3 people

        • dallasdan says:

          IMO, they are sufficiently shamed by it that they want it to just quietly go away, as does the deep state in our country.


      • Judith says:

        Brexit vote happened PRIOR to the 2016 US Presidential election. Brits were ahead of the curve. Maybe it was EU’s shameful Open Borders Pact, with those acid-throwing, Sharia-loving choom gangs that finally woke Brits the hell up. Steele can go pound sand!


  8. YvonneMarie says:

    Love that picture of our First Couple.
    And yay !!!!!!!!

    Liked by 6 people

  9. Caius Lowell says:

    …geopolitics is also always about economics…

    Liked by 1 person

  10. Skidroe says:

    Most of the people around the world want freedom and capitalism not socialism or communism. Part of the big problem was Obama met with May, Merkel,Trudeau,and Macron and convinced them to stay HIS course even after Trump was elected. I think they are all regretting that decision. Obama played them for the fools they are. They will all be gone soon.

    Liked by 7 people

    • Dutchman says:

      I see it differently. They are ALL “Globalists”, and signed up in blood, on the team with CCP as their sponsor.

      Obama MAY have been the quarterback, calling the plays, but they were and remain fully on board.

      Their only regret MAY be realising they are on the loosing team. However, when your down 20 points in the last 5 minutes, you don’t concede and walk off the field, you keep playing till the final whistle.

      Thats what they are doing now. They know PDJT is destroying their plans, and there is little they can do, but they continue. They are dead men/women walking and I suspect most know it.

      Liked by 4 people

  11. Ghost says:

    Observations from a smaller limb.

    A look at some economic numbers for the U.K.
    Released last Friday:

    Preliminary GDP Q/Q : -0.2%
    Manufacturing Production M/M :- 0.2%
    Construction Output M/M ; -0.7%
    Goods Trade Balance : -7.0B
    Index of Services : 3M/3M: 0.1%
    Industrial Production M/M -0.5%
    Business Investment: -0.5%

    Yeah, I think they are ready to have honest talks, May screwed up by putting it off and fighting Brexit. I wonder if the negotiations will include a few heads. Time is right and this should move quickly for both, this is a potential real win/win


    Liked by 7 people

  12. Maquis says:

    Who needs the EU? 😁

    Liked by 3 people

  13. NellieOhrsHamRadio says:

    I cant proof this obviously, but its my gut feeling that Epstein was a operative for Le Cercle or some other Euro-centric pre-EU organization.

    Liked by 1 person

  14. Pyrthroes says:

    Manipulative Big Gummint is to peace-and-prosperity as Marvin the Torch is to home insurance. What Marvin does is render actuarial projections useless; by scrupulous prevention, it’s what he doesn’t do that matters.

    Once in place, whatever adjustments circumstances may require in detail, Pres. Trump’s Jeffersonian-Henry Clay theme of American security through hard-won self-sufficiency is for the ages. After thirty years of climbing globulists’ (sic) post-WW II beanstalk to Cloud Cuckoo Land (qv), it’s time to set things right before the next Gangrenous demagogue-poseur promises his sadsack layabouts the moon..

    Liked by 5 people

  15. Mncpo(ret) says:

    We need to watch the House of Windsor (sp). The H.O.W. is involved in a bunch of the “soft coup” shenanigans as well as the whole Epstein debacle.

    If the Queen decides to fight (quietly) Boris, they have a huge problem on their hands.

    She’ll protect her family and the Royal House first. Damn the country.

    Liked by 3 people

  16. MLK says:

    Trump is a real POTUS. A sharp contrast from his immediate predecessors (and increasingly so). Obama was the archetype of a Figurehead/Pitchman. This is why I usually just refer to POTUS Trump as just the POTUS.

    It’s quite a powerful thing to have legitimacy in our Constitutional Republic in the form of the Executive.

    (By the way, I’ve only once heard the POTUS refer to himself as “as real POTUS,” which is probably best.)

    The power of any president, really any leader of a sovereign, is a function of his power vis-à-vis domestic and foreign centers of power. DJT is the most powerful person on the planet of a different order from that which might come from being POTUS.

    Per Nietzsche, The Resistance that didn’t destroy him has made him stronger.

    Trump, a man of superlatives, means to be the greatest POTUS ever. It really is that simple.

    Liked by 4 people

    • Donzo says:

      At the moment we have POTUS and maybe 70 million votes. The problem is that while he is a towering figure of a man, his is only one man, nevertheless. Too much rests upon him alone for the future of the country. We need strong proTrump allies in greater numbers in the legislative branch to give depth and breadth to the MAGA movement. Right now if feels like a one man battle of POTUS against the world. I’m not discounting the amazing support he has from The People. I’m only saying that his legacy is too dependent upon him and that is dangerous. Who are his political allies? Who would likely replace him in 2024? When will the Never Trump traitors exit? And when will justice be served?

      Liked by 2 people

      • yucki says:

        [Deut: 31]
        7 And Moses called unto Joshua, and said unto him in the sight of all Israel,
        Be strong and of a good courage: for thou must go with this people unto the land which the LORD hath sworn unto their fathers to give them;
        and thou shalt cause them to inherit it.

        8 And the LORD, he it is that doth go before thee; he will be with thee, he will not fail thee, neither forsake thee: fear not, neither be dismayed.

        [Deut. 34]
        9 And Joshua the son of Nun was full of the spirit of wisdom; for Moses had laid his hands upon him: and the children of Israel hearkened unto him, and did as the LORD commanded Moses.

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  17. VandalizeDuhMastuhsAlgorithms says:

    This is/could be another lesson for the ages…
    The pupil reteaching the tutor.
    The child reminding the parent of important values they learned from the parent.

    I appreciate much of what England and Scotland and Wales and Ireland bequeathed us…

    Much of the industrial and technology development of England over the past two hundred or so years, continued to develop here as well.

    Global navigation (Prime Meridian), Steam power (Watts), railroads (Great Western Railroad), I.K. Brunels civil engineering (parabolic brick bridges), Fleet Street (newspapers), telegragh, (?), electricity (Faraday), jet engine (Whipple), RADAR (Johnson – no not really just a bad joke), the Pilgrims, the Episcopal Church, chips (not the thin crunchy kind), Strategic Air Power (RAF), much of our legal foundation…

    Shared blessings aplenty.

    As much as I respect the role Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II plays for the U.K. and nations around the world, one of the best lesson we learned was to leave behind the entire notion of inherited and ruling royalty.

    To a greater or lesser degree in reality.

    Liked by 3 people

  18. WSB says:

    “Every minute element within this process, no matter how seemingly small, has President Trump’s full attention. He has assignments to many, but he relies upon none.”

    Brilliant, SD!

    Liked by 2 people

  19. sarasotosfan says:

    The EU acolytes had better be careful and give the UK a square deal in exiting because Trump will not be shy in hitting the EU should they treat the UK badly with the split. The UK has something that Trump desires. Maybe it is the outing of those engaged in spying on him? Wouldn’t that be nice.

    Liked by 2 people

    • Maquis says:

      The best deal is No Deal, and the Brits know it!


    • Orygun says:

      I believe the something President Trump desires for the people of the UK is control of their own destiny along with a generous dose of liberty and freedom. Watching Europe’s destruction by an invading mass of migrants is disheartening.

      The people behind all this need to be imprisoned and have the key thrown away.

      Liked by 1 person

  20. Sara C Legvold says:

    If a US & UK alliance is being considered, we had better make sure it DOES NOT include more dumping of muzrats into America which I will bet it does include it.

    Liked by 1 person

  21. Donzo says:

    Trump has already won the battle of Spygate whether anyone goes to jail or not. His remaking of the world trade alignment is proof and that is, after all, exactly what the traitors were trying to stop.

    Liked by 3 people

  22. Carrie says:

    I think it would be pretty cool if for fun Boris styled his blond hair the same way President Trump does when they meet. I’m also just so happy that Teresa is gone!! One by one these malignant characters are getting shuffled to the back-ObaMao, Merkel, and May ! And shifts in Brazil and Italy are excellent too. I hope Nigel and Boris find a way to make Brexit a reality and to thwart the Remainers from trying to sabotage it at every turn.

    Liked by 1 person

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