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#1 User is offline   Liz 

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  Posted 22 November 2018 - 12:22 AM

President Trump: I'm Not Going To Destroy World Economy By Being Foolish With Saudi Arabia

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Posted By Tim Hains
On Date November 20, 2018

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President Trump spoke to reporters about his statement defending Saudi Arabia, saying he is putting "America first" by not disrupting the U.S.-Saudi Arabia relationship over the death of journalist Jamal Khashoggi. "I'm not going to destroy ?the economy for our country by being foolish with Saudi Arabia," said the president before departing to Florida for the Thanksgiving holiday. He also refuted claims that he personally benefits from business deals with Saudi Arabia.

"Saudi Arabia has nothing to do with me," he said. "What does have to do with me is putting America first."

TRUMP: Well, I have nothing to do with -- just so you understand, I donít make deals with Saudi Arabia. I donít have money from Saudi Arabia. I have nothing to do with Saudi Arabia. I couldnít care less.

And I will tell you, and as most of you know, being president has cost me a fortune. And thatís OK with me. I knew that a long time ago. But being president has cost me a fortune; a tremendous fortune like youíve never seen before, but at -- some day Iíll tell you what that is. But -- and I knew that a long time ago because I donít do deals.

I donít -- all I do is focus on this country and making great deals for this country. I donít focus on making great deals for myself because I donít care anymore. So Saudi Arabia has nothing to do with me. What does have to do with me is putting America first.

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Posted 22 November 2018 - 01:25 AM

"What does have to do with me is putting America first." President Donald J. Trump


And THAT is why I grow more proud each and every day of my vote for Trump.

He is keeping his promises and his focus on the above statement. He was elected President of the United States, not the planet. His first job and his ONLY job is to work for the American people and to protect this nation, both economically and literally, by using our armed forces to protect our nation, starting with our borders.

Keep going, DJT!
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Posted 22 November 2018 - 02:36 AM

This one is a mine field. I'm siding with Trump so far since if we cut ties or worse with the Saudis, then Putin steps in and our overriding national interest is harmed, probably quite badly... Iran would love nothing more than for us to kick the Saudis to the curb. The Turks and the Saudis need to hash this one out somehow.


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Gutfeld on Trump's response to Khashoggi

By Greg Gutfeld | Fox News

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Why do the media freak out whenever President Trump tells the blunt truth about a policy we were OK with before him?

So did the prince kill Khashoggi?

"Maybe he did. Maybe he didn't."

That's from Trump, causing today's hair-burning media freakout. Which happens whenever Trump tells the blunt truth about a policy we were OK with before him.

So now you’re pissed over the Saudis.

After decades of human rights abuses, terror-enabling -- this is what gets your goat?

According to Ben Rhodes, in 2009, when Obama went to Riyadh, the Saudi king gave each staffer a pile of jewels. And the first couple £100,000 worth of baubles which were accepted, they were sent to the national archives. -- That beats a washer-dryer on “The Price is Right.”

But even back then we knew Saudi Arabia, they were different. But -- they were allies. And allies can suck.

So maybe the boss's son had Khashoggi offed. Or maybe not. Which is it?

Think hard. It's a card game.

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Posted 22 November 2018 - 07:48 AM

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Saudi 'state-sponsored murder'? Bad. Obama state-sponsored murder? No problem.

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By Andrew Thomas
November 22, 2018

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How dare President Trump "condone" the murder of a Saudi citizen by his government? The only rational response is to drop Saudi Arabia as an ally, impeach Trump, and re-install the wonderful treaty with Iran, maybe adding a few more pallets of cash in the deal.

These are apparently the objectives behind the massive outrage exploding from the American left, as well as some establishment Republicans in Congress.

Trump's official statement on the murder of Jamal Khashoggi begins with, "The world is a very dangerous place!" and concludes, "As President of the United States I intend to ensure that, in a very dangerous world, America is pursuing its national interests and vigorously contesting countries that wish to do us harm. Very simply it is called America First!"

This statement has caused firestorms in the op-ed pages of the New York Times and the Washington Post, which issued this tweet:

Now the calls for impeachment are being heard over Trump's supposedly weak reaction to the incident. This makes the 1,393rd reason to impeach Trump, right after the treasonous way he ties his shoes in the morning.

We are supposed to be outraged over a supposed "state-sponsored" murder, based on supposed evidence from the always reliable CIA. After all, the pals of former communist John Brennan wouldn't lie to us for political advantage, would they? We should trust the CIA implicitly, since they were only caught one other time in a blatant lie, successfully influencing U.S. policy by falsely claiming that Iran had abandoned its nuke program.

I guess those who are screaming for Trump's impeachment over the Saudi government's alleged murder of one of its own citizens have conveniently forgotten something in our recent past. Were they this upset over the Obama administration for murdering three U.S. citizens (including a 16-year-old) by targeting them in drone strikes?

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Posted 22 November 2018 - 01:29 PM

View Postgrimreefer, on 22 November 2018 - 02:36 AM, said:

This one is a mine field. I'm siding with Trump so far since if we cut ties or worse with the Saudis, then Putin steps in and our overriding national interest is harmed, probably quite badly... Iran would love nothing more than for us to kick the Saudis to the curb. The Turks and the Saudis need to hash this one out somehow.


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Look, at the risk of being labelled a bigot, I dislike Saudis intensely. More so than any other nationality or peoples on this planet, even Palestinians. It has nothing to do with religion or politics. It has everything to do with, having met plenty of them both in the US Navy where we trained their technicians and from having lived as a civilian next door to Saudi Arabia in the UAE and Oman, every single Saudi I've ever meat or dealt with was personally an A-Hole. Every. Single. One. And as far as I'm concerned, feel free to use the word "Sand<n-word>" when talking about those sheet-headed eaters of swine excrement. They probably all drive BMWs too.

THAT SAID, I'm siding with Trump too. For now. This isn't the time to pick THAT fight. I mean, if the death of 3,000+ Americans at the hands of 15 Saudi citizens on the orders of a former Saudi on 9/11 wasn't enough to vitrify their entire nation, then the loss of one journalist who wasn't even one of 'ours' seems hardly significant.
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Posted 22 November 2018 - 02:24 PM

This only matters to Leftists because a) it's another way to bash Trump, Obama bowed to the Saudis, that's fine of course and B) the person killed is allegedly a Journalist (notice the capital J, that means he's important!!!).
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