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Friday, May 24, 2019

She did not listen to Trump and lost



British Prime Minister Theresa May said President Donald Trump gave her advice on how to Brexit. She ignored him.

May told the BBC last July, “He told me I should sue the E.U. — not go into negotiations. Sue them. Actually, no, we’re going into negotiations with them.”

And nearly 11 months later, the negotiations have gone nowhere, and May is crying like a baby as she must resign as PM. Her resignation is June 7 so it will not overshadow the commemoration of the 75th anniversary of D-Day.

Meanwhile, Donald John Trump is still president despite May's government colluding with Obama to spy on and attempt to frame President Trump.

President Trump publicly endorsed May's intra-party rival Boris Johnson for PM last July. Awkward, but at least the president did not use American spies against her.

President Trump told The Sun, “I would have done it much differently. I actually told Theresa May how to do it, but she didn’t listen to me.”

He added: “The deal she is striking is a much different deal than the one people voted on.”

Failure has consequences, but actually May succeeded. Her job was to delay Brexit until such a time as the British would give up on it. The leaders of most Western nations do not act in the best interests of their nations.

Newsweek reported, "Nigel Farage and Boris Johnson: Donald Trump's Friends Are About to Dominate British Politics."

Certainly they cannot do worse than Crybaby Theresa.

26 comments:

  1. Much like Trump's election, Putin enabled and enjoys the mess he's inflicted on Europe and Great Britain in particular.

    Morons like Trump and Boris Johnson only serve Putin's interests.

    Foreign influence in elections only weakens the target of that influence.

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    1. Now that's funny. Are you a professional comedian, or just the class clown. :)

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    2. Boy howdy, that Putin has manipulated him self in an economic disaster, and oil price downward spilral.
      Yesssir, real schmart..

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    3. SRT just drop the"c" and the"r".
      So Nonny the ninny, a few questions;
      1. How much is in your bank account?
      2. Is your wife half as beautiful as OUR first lady?
      3. When will you be announcing your candidacy?
      Put your money where your mouth is.
      How far up George Soros' keester did you shove that penny?

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    4. Why are Democrats doing Putin's bidding by hating President Trump?

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    5. Bite me, pathetic moron.

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  2. So you’re predicting that Boris will continue to delay Brexit? Pretty ballsy, Big D...

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    1. It's these two sentences:

      "Her job was to delay Brexit until such a time as the British would give up on it. Her successor will try to do the same."

      Then you said Boris Johnson is the front runner to be her successor. Hence the confusion about your (unintended?) implication that BoJo would sabotage Brexit, too.

      -TK

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    2. Hmm. Well it is not what I meant. I shall fix. Thanks

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    3. Nope "She succeeded" sounds like her successor will be someone who is opposed to Brexit.
      That's not assured.
      "She nearly succeeded" would work better or just leave out the line entirely.

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  3. May had bad physiognomy from the start. Weak chin and eyes of prey, not predator. She was able to be bullied both at home and by foreigners. She walked into leadership only because of a vacancy, and most likely would never have been elected to it outright in a fair, open vote. Sort of like how we end up with losers like Bob Dole, McCain, and Romney as our presidential candidates.

    Maybe we should chose our leaders by trials of single combat.

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    1. Look at Kate Brown of Oregon -talk about
      physiognomy...

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    2. Doc, at the rate we're going I fully expect we'll lose our canines and the eyes will be more on the side within a couple of generations. Been on my radar for awhile. I think May is just a little ahead of the curve.

      Am I the only one that remembers this from school "eyes on of the side, love to hide. Eyes on the front, love to hunt."

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  4. "The leaders of most Western nations do not act in the best interests of their nations."

    I repeat...is there a country on this planet this is not Public Enemy Number One of their own people?

    - Gary B

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    1. I think we're down to Hungary and....that's about it.

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    2. Trust must be earned and never given or presumed.

      The citizens of nations who trust that those they elect are sincere about governing for them, and not intending to be governed by them, are the ones who create their nations as default dictatorships.

      To be governed for is not the same as to be governed by.

      As in nature, the submissive to get the result of their submission, slaughtered at the will of those they submitted to being governed by.

      My house cat proves herself worthy of trust to be the rodent preventor by regularly presenting to me a rodent corpse to share.

      Thus, trust is earned that she knows her duty and does it well.

      When citizens accept their own duty to their nation, to elect only those they are confident will be governing for them, then they will reap the benefits of same.

      Many speak of what will our MAGA President do?

      Many must see that WE must do for our MAGA President to be able to do what he does, govern for us.

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    3. Well said.

      - Gary B

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  5. Rockingham, south of Perth, is a coastal suburb that became known as 'Little England' during the 1960s. It attracted many of the Brits who migrated here by boat.
    I'd give Treasonous May her on spot on the beach. Staked out in the middle of summer. The heat and the flies would do the rest.

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    1. Oh, let her paddle in the gentle surf- when it's bluebottle season. That'll keep her awake!

      See, I'm being kind- I didn't say to let her swim on Darwin's beaches with the sea wasps!

      Rockingham's a nice town, too nice for the likes of May. Now I'm hungry for fish & chips!

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    2. You're very well informed! Are you an expat? US Navy, perhaps?

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    3. Lived in & around Perth for 30 years. Used to take my kids to Rockingham, know that beach & park well, it's a great place & the Rockingham Fish & Chips shop was/is excellent!

      Came back to the USA after 9/11; that made me realize where my heart still is. Now I feel like Rip van Winkle: what happened to my country while I was in dreamtime?

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  6. May's failure was probably due to advice from Biden that happened during their phone call in which she let Joe know she wasn't a Trump fan. Joe knows how to craft a shitty deal; all goes back to democrats thinking foreign policy should be done while on all-fours, or with the checkbook.

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  7. Queen Ethel The Unready, I call her.

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