Brilliant – President Trump and PM Johnson Structuring Trade Deal to Commence November 1st…

Those who could not see this coming are those who just don’t pay attention to how President Trump operates the geopolitical influence of economics.  This is Trumpian.

U.S. President Donald Trump and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson are walking their respective trade teams through a process to deliver a U.S-U.K trade deal on the day after a no-deal Brexit is scheduled to happen October 31st.  An interim trade agreement that goes into effect November 1st 2019 is pure Donald Trump win/win deal-making.

President Trump supports the nationalistic position, purposes and intents of Brexit. PM Johnson has promised to deliver Brexit by the mandatory date of October 31st.  One of the benefits, and also concerns amid the political left in the U.K, surrounds the economic impacts.  President Trump and PM Johnson would counter all those concerns with the announcement of an agreement for an interim bilateral trade deal ahead of Brexit.

This strategic approach, a deal that delivers both the Brexit result and the economic stability to offset any Brexit downside concerns, was the original idea that President Trump proposed to Theresa May two years ago.

LONDON (Reuters) – Britain and the United States are discussing a partial trade accord that could take effect on Nov. 1, the day after Britain is due to leave the European Union, a senior Trump administration official said on Tuesday.

During a visit to London, U.S. national security adviser John Bolton discussed with British trade minister Liz Truss the possibility of the two countries’ leaders signing a road map declaration toward a trade deal.

That could take place at this month’s G7 summit meeting in France, the official said.

Bolton and British finance minister Sajid Javid discussed the possibility of a temporary trade agreement that covered all sectors. Such a deal could last for something like six months, the official told reporters.

Britain is due to leave the European Union on Oct. 31 and Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said he is prepared to take the country out of the bloc without a deal although he hopes to secure an orderly departure with an agreement.

The current impasse with the EU leaves Britain facing an exit without any formal transition period or legal agreement covering issues such as trade, data transfers and border policy, prompting some businesses to warn of damage to their operations.

During a two-day visit, Bolton told British Prime Minister Boris Johnson that President Donald Trump wanted to see a successful British exit from the European Union on Oct. 31 and that Washington would be ready to work fast on a U.S.-UK free trade agreement. (read more)

Aides to Trump and Johnson are laying the groundwork for an announcement on the issue when they meet on the sidelines of the G-7 summit in France in two weeks. Such a statement could outline a road map for negotiations and how the two countries envision their future trade ties, the official said.

The timing of it — during the G-7 and at their first meeting — would be intended to demonstrate a united front between the U.S. and the U.K as Trump and Johnson gather with European leaders, including German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Emmanuel Macron.

CTH could see the outline of what President Trump had in mind back in 2017.  It’s a stunning maneuver, but also difficult to explain.   Think of it like a U.K. version of the NAFTA fatal flaw where Britain is positioned like Mexico/Canada, and the U.S. is positioned like China. There would be massive, beyond stunning, economic up-side for Britain.

What Trump and Johnson could construct is a bilateral trade deal between the U.S. and the U.K that has genuine reciprocity and negligible trade barriers.  Like a trade freeway between the U.K and the U.S, but only between the U.K. and U.S.

With the EU no longer able to influence trade agreements involving the U.K. European companies, and countries (Poland, Hungary etc.) could get tariff-free access to the U.S. market by operating out of Britain, or using transnational shipping through Britain.

Simultaneously, the U.S. could ship tariff free into the EU (to a receiving EU corporation, or EU subsidiary of a U.S. corporation) by exporting to Britain.  The UK would be the hub for massive economic activity between North America and Europe.

If France (the EU) is charging Canada a high duty for imported Canadian cheese; Canada, through the USMCA pact could ship to a holding company in Britain who would then transfer product (duty free) to the receiving French company who is operating in the U.K, and distributing in France.  [A French company in the U.K. would receive in the U.K without the French (EU) duty.]

Eventually all corporations in the EU, who wanted to do business with North America, would start operations in the U.K….. OR, the EU would have to drop it’s one-way tariff policy (ie. the Marshall plan is ended).  Think about the leverage this creates.

Of course this process would completely change the trade dynamic in Europe; and completely change the trade dynamic between Europe and North America.  So how would Trump and Johnson start?  Answer: Establish an interim tripwire to measure success. Hence you get this phrase:

 “[…] Such a deal could last for something like six months, the official told reporters.”…

Of course an interim deal… because the EU bloc will respond to it… so a reevaluation at six months, prior to any massive investment outlays, is exactly what a CEO would create.

Donald Trump isn’t a politician, he’s working through a plan for what he views (we agree) is bigger than any ideological aspects.  “Economic Security is National Security.”

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.

President Donald Trump does not leave 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 of 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.

 

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214 Responses to Brilliant – President Trump and PM Johnson Structuring Trade Deal to Commence November 1st…

  1. Mr Gabe says:

    Awesome analysis here, Sundance! Bueno!!!!

    Liked by 6 people

    • margarite1 says:

      The man is a brilliant and fearless leader! I can’t imagine another person in the United States being able to withstand what he has and meanwhile accomplish so much. It’s astonishing.

      Throughout history men have risen amidst crisis to save the day and in our day Trump was knighted by fate to lead us in the fight for our country. I continue to be grateful and amazed at our good fortune.

      Liked by 5 people

      • T7pericles says:

        He is all that and more. He has counter coup players and the military reversing the coup groups efforts. He is working long range plans! Epstein prosecution was a Sessions plan created by trafficking Executive Order. It will help remove embedded deep state actors and expose perversity of them!

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        • intercesser says:

          Well , I certainly hope and pray that you are right . It would be a wonderous thing to behold justice coming upon all of the corrupt actors together . Let all of the birds of a feather rot together .

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      • JeffP says:

        POTUS Trump and I share this same quality. We Do Not GAF what anyone thinks. We get it Done!

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  2. Payday says:

    Then how long before Brazil jumps in to make it a triad?

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  3. SPECULATION: POTUS next DEFERS Trade Talks with the EU
    … until the UK Deal sets the TEMPLATE
    … which begins with what we’ve created for China.

    Message to Xi: Lighthizer’s going to be working through October with our UK partners.
    … Let’s meet in D.C. over Thanksgiving.
    [We know just where to find the Turkey.]

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    • bertdilbert says:

      A trade deal with UK will not be set in stone but used as a threat to the EU if they think they are going to play games with team Trump. The rest of the countries in the EU can reevaluate the value of being in the EU.

      China can watch.

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    • yucki says:

      STUFF Turkey!
      ……or Russia, China, and Iran will do it sooner or later.

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  4. Ronald Hellesvig says:

    President Trump is a giant and one has to wonder how long it will take for his detractors to realize it.

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    • Garavaglia says:

      They already realize it. Their role/job is to impede his restructuring of money flow on a global scale. The rest is BS.

      Liked by 3 people

      • Remington says:

        I am just amazed how far PT has brought us on the world stage….Simply bri!liant. Now focus what a waste of time it is to have to deal with the imbeciles here at home. A 24/7 barrage of stupidity. Just a shame we have to….tolerate…these scrum every day. Such small people. (No offense to no nads nadler)

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  5. President Trump is awesome & funny too.

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  6. 🍺Gunny66 says:

    Can you see what our President is doing? Or, plans on doing?

    With this deal he is planning “exactly” putting the EU in the same position China had the USA through Canada and Mexico.

    He will be running our goods through the UK into countries belonging to the EU.
    With Brexit complete he can run goods thru the UK tariff free.

    Our President is going to dismantle the EU exactly as China.
    China is imploding.

    I also predict after the election, he will also abandon NATO.

    With hi-lateral deals he is destroying the Globalists dreams.

    Soon….our President will truly make the world free.

    Genius

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    • Scenario 2:
      What if President Trump RESETS NATO into a 2-Tier Membership:

      TIER 1 Member Nations have Bilateral Trade Agreements with the USA that include automatic Tariffs on Exports to the USA to collect any SHORTFALL in Defense spending for NATO, which will be used to fund purchases of USED Defense Equipment from the USA Defense Department.

      TIER 2 Member Nations have NO Bilateral Trade Agreement with the USA, so the automatic Tariffs on Exports to the USA to collect any SHORTFALL in their Defense spending for NATO will simply transfer to the USA Treasury to fund R&D for OUR Defense Department.

      Let’s see how long TIER 2 leaders last.

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    • piper567 says:

      Gunny, it has been my prayer for a while now, that the President will re-structure NATO in his second term.
      Was SO cranked ab Grenell’s recent Tweet supporting moving us out of Germany into Poland.
      Step 1?
      it is just in my imagination that I recall the President travelling to Poland Aug or Sept?
      Part of the G7 trip??

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  7. Carrie says:

    I remain convinced that this 6 month plan will come to fruition because of 3. Reasons: 1) President Trump is a business man and he gets it done 2)Boris knows he needs this deal either for leverage or as an actual fall back and 3)the painful bureaucracy of all of the main EU players falls by the wayside (Germany and France)

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  8. kayray444 says:

    I totally get what is going on now that Sundance used that example of the NAFTA loophole. Thank you Sundance.

    Liked by 1 person

  9. trapper says:

    Or … now pay close attention to this Twinkle Socks … what about a USMUKA? Uh oh. Lots of ways to skin a Canadian weasel.

    ” Hello? AMLO? Let me run something by you …”

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    • “What a great idea, AMLO. I concur. We’ll announce the cancellation of NAFTA tomorrow. We’ll convert USMCA to a bilateral USMA Deal unless the UK agrees to take Canada’s place on November 1st.”

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  10. Laurie Walker says:

    I have no idea why, but the song Chim Chim Cher-ee came to mind after reading this article and seeing the picture of POTUS in Curchill’s chair.

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  11. swissik says:

    Orange men good!

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  12. curator55 says:

    Incredible!

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  13. trnathens says:

    Do you guys see the true brilliance?

    PDJT knows that politicians either: (1) don’t know about economics, or (b) are bought and paid for by CoC, and so toe the Uniparty line.

    He needs the 2016 election case to drag out, so that it can continue to distract everyone, and I mean EVERYONE, from what he’s doing.

    Sundance said it, I don’t have to repeat it, but think about that scenario? Think about the concentration of wealth in the United States and Britain. Think of the control. The long-term power structure. The decemation of China. Not competing with, but destroying. And the EU, too.

    Guys, he needs to get these deals in place while no one is watching (and we’re complaining because documents haven’t been released in a case the whole world knows is fake – how distracted are we!?) because he is gong to turn this country into an ATM machine for us all.

    Have faith. Faith begets trust. Trust begets respect.

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  14. Marko Mendoza says:

    Besides all the positive outcomes that this brings for our country and the UK, this has got to be a helluva lot of fun and very satisfying for our President Trump! MAGA

    Liked by 7 people

  15. Petrel says:

    President Trump’s proposed TRANSITIONAL trade deal with the United Kingdom deconstructs a story line — propagated by Globalists — that Britain lacked access to significant markets outside of the EU. Pursuant to this story line, PM May insisted on negotiating a pseudo-Brexit with the EU and persuaded a significant minority of UK citizens, aka Remainers, to back her.

    Effectively, President Trump handed PM Boris Johnson a sledge-hammer to destroy that fake story. “The United States is happy to trade with the UK for our mutual benefit. Here is a transitional trade deal while y’all sort things out.”

    Just watch as the Remainer constituency melts away !

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  16. Hanuman says:

    I’m thinking Trump have in mind : UK vis-a-vis EU as Hong Kong vis-a-vis PRC before handover!

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  17. ChampagneReady says:

    I wouldn’t trust Boris Johnson if he was in a totally enclosed glass cage and I could watch him 24-7 with binoculars.

    He’s that rotten “snake” in President Trump’s poem that he read many times so effectively at his pre-election rallies. I completely believe that he was central and in on the British GCHQ spying of Trump for Rice and Brennan. And maybe as early as 2015.

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  18. Soldier/Cop/Grunt, Retired says:

    My fellow Americans:

    First, please read the paragraph indented below in which Mr. Sundance has presented evidence to substantiate the genius of one Donald J. Trump and to imply that Americans must, in spite of a display of a collective level of absolute stupidity seldom demonstrated by any so-called society in the history of mankind, remain in God’s graces. Else why would God send us such a leader while causing so many of the morons among to expose their ignorance and stupidly at every opportunity?

    Second, only one question remains for all of us, well for most of you anyway. Are you willing to pick up a weapon and stand a post? I have made my decision and have informed my President of the same. For any of you interested my plans for contributing to Mr. Trump’s movement simply send me a stamped, self-addressed envelope with a note from your doctor. Sorry, as a retired soldier/cop I have suffered my last scars from frightened civilians mixed up in a fight.

    —- 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 of global trade and one-way tariffs. —-

    Soldier/Cop/Grunt, Retired
    PS Remember, the best defense is a good offense!

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  19. Alfred Kruger says:

    Also to consider is in the wake of the UK you have the 53 Commonwealth countries which meet yearly, have close diplomatic ties, cultural ties like language, and of course trade (think raw materials) with the UK. With issues like Huawei, the route the UK (led by the USA) take will ripple out to these other countries.

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  20. zaq123 says:

    Brexit finally happens, this trade deal goes through, other European countries that it’s much easier to deal with the US ‘one on one’, both sides are willing to play fair, more deals to come with other countries…..EU is going to start doing the death gurgle.

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  21. Maquis says:

    No Deal is the Best Deal, unless it’s with PDJT!

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    • spanows says:

      …total red herring: her strawman argument followed by her hyperbole is just Dem partisanship and an odd (for a US Politician) continuation of ‘Remain’ lies

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  22. Finbar O'Shaunnessey says:

    PDJT: “I saved a spot for you at the front of the line, Boris.”
    BJ: “Thank you. That’s right Trumpian of you.”

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