Drawing lines in the sand?
“Trump is a businessman. We can just pay him money and the problems will be solved.”
Instead of the Chinese.
“…the Champagne should probably be kept on ice, at least until the two presidents put pen to paper.”
An end to the trade war in sight?
Pork and beans.
“Internal polling looks great, the best ever!”
“Whoever that may be!”
Just a reminder in case you missed the Greenland episode this week that the president is losing his mind, in …
“The stars are aligned across the curve that the economy is headed for a big fall.”
“…the purpose of China’s currency devaluation is to gain unfair competitive advantage in international trade.”
Consumers, entrepreneurs, and economies are all damaged by tariffs.
“… the future between our two countries will be a very bright one!”
“Make them in the USA, no tariffs!”
Of course, you realize, this means war
“…intercepting four trucks packed with nearly 800 migrants.”
“What we’re hearing is that things have changed.”
“We are going to do what we said we are going to do.”
“[T]he more they suppress us, the more we will fight back.”
Credit where due
So much for the “sham.”
“The China deal is going to work out. You know why? Because of tariffs.”
White House on tariffs: “Our position hasn’t changed.”
“The accord is not finalized and that President Trump might not accept it….”
“We’re in a full-blown emergency.”
“But he gave Mexico bad advice, no bluff!”
“These alliances are a key advantage we have over China: America has many friends, China has very few.”
“We have a lot of members who are very concerned, I think, about where this is headed.”
“Lighthizer is not happy.”
Approval rating hits record high.
“We only want to cross to the United States. We don’t want to stay [in Mexico]”