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Saturday, June 09, 2018

“It’s going to stop, or we’ll stop trading with them,” Trump said.

President Trump is the Great Clarifier who shows people for whom they are.

At the G7 summit, the globalists tried to treat President Trump as if he worked at Starbucks.




This greatly amused Our President.

As I previously showed, our economy is larger than the combined economy of the other six nations, despite their having a combined population that is 100 million people larger than ours. Also, their land mass is larger than ours.

Unlike Starbucks, President Trump is not backing down. He will not open America's bathrooms to bums just to appease the cool kids.

President Trump owned the summit.

"President Trump used some hardball negotiating tactics on America’s top allies behind the scenes at the G7 meeting, he said Saturday – threatening to cut them off from the massive American market if they don't reduce their trade barriers," the New York Post reported.

"At the same time, Trump sought to entice them with the prospect of transforming the group into a completely free-trade zone."

America would win a fair fight, but we do not have that.

You see, all these nations impose protectionist tariffs on the United States. Now they cry foul when we impose ours.

Here is what President Trump said, "That’s the way it should be – no tariffs, no barriers and no subsidies. I did suggest it, and I guess they’re going to go back to the drawing board and figure it out."

Then President Trump laid down the law: "It’s going to stop, or we’ll stop trading with them."

The United States buys 14% of the world's exports. Good luck making up that 14% loss of customers by selling to Botswana.

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30 comments:

  1. Attaboy Mr. T. Tell these fuckers what’s what.

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  2. Abe looks as disgusted with Fraulein Merkel as does PDJT.

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  3. Merkel clearly thinks that she has pulled a power stance dominance thing over Trump for that photograph, but she looks like Peppermint Patty summoned to Principal Trump’s office.

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    1. Bullseye!

      I am SO glad I finished my coffee before reading that comment, otherwise I'd be needing a new keyboard!

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  4. Uh-oh! I'm getting low on popcorn. Better head for Pokey and get some more Uncle Willie's. - Elric

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  5. The fact that the United States runs massive trade deficits with China, Mexico, and the countries of the G7 means we cannot lose a trade war with any of those countries. We are self-sufficient on food and energy. A real Trade War means less dollars flowing out of this country and into coffers of these cheaters. You have to be a part of the euro-weenie-elite, or a graduate of Harvard or Yale, not to see something so blindingly glaringly obvious.
    -TK

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    1. They have been taking advantage of the U.S. for so long (thanks to our patriotic leaders - NOT!) that they look on it as an entitlement. No longer. They need to wake up and smell the covfefe. And it's some strong covfefe. - Elric

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  6. Macron is on the wrong side of the table. Schmoozing won't work if President Trump knows Macron is a traitor.

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  7. Putin's stooge embarasses this great nation.

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    1. So ... you got nothin', is that what you're saying? Just walk into the room, piss all over everything, and that's that?

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    2. Postmodern Leftism, like Marxism before it, is based on hatred rather than sympathy or empathy.

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    3. Your tears are sweet to us.

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    4. You hit the nail right on the head.

      Thank the Lord she lost the election and we have President Trump instead.

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  8. Trump is breaking Europe's plate

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  9. Hey frau this isnt obozo or dubya you are dealing with. Japan doesnt do stupid western liberal sjw pushy feminist bllshttry, and you can see that in Abe's expression and body language.

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    1. Speaking of Body Language - look who is sitting down with his arms folded - and note the "take it or leave it" look on his face.

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    2. Speaking of body language, which East German apparatchika is trying to channel Dolly Parton with less than total success.

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  10. This may be the last G7 in Canada because they are no longer the in the top 10 economies after the next 5 years. Without NAFTA they have nothing special.

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  11. Hawk Bolton is taking it all in for future reference.
    America looks good.

    SC

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    1. It is great to see John Bolton there, and Merkel is the worst German Chancellor since Adolf Hitler.

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    2. The Moustache of Justice!

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    3. Please. It's 'The Stache'.

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  12. Now if you believe in reincarnation,you are looking at him/her.

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  13. They can sell to Botswana at a loss, and make it up on volume.

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  14. ICYMI.......
    Donald J. Trump
    ‏Verified account @realDonaldTrump
    18h18 hours ago

    PM Justin Trudeau of Canada acted so meek and mild during our @G7 meetings only to give a news conference after I left saying that, “US Tariffs were kind of insulting” and he “will not be pushed around.” Very dishonest & weak. Our Tariffs are in response to his of 270% on dairy!

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  15. The bottom line is the other 6 need us far more than we need them.

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  16. We could close our borders and except for a very few rare minerals manufacture everything we need right here and tell the lying bastards to go fish.

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  17. Trump logic: Any market (or sub market)that has a trade deficit, Trump will add a tariff to rectify that. Therefore conversely, any country that has a trade deficit in a market with the US should slap a tariff on the US until neither side has a deficit or surplus

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