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PostPosted: Mon Jan 13, 2020 10:00 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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This is CNN....And Trump is winning the battle with Iran


brought to you by Moscow Malibu...

note he does not have a clue to what is being said and who owns the megaphone. russian propaganda to its finest and Moscow Malibu barfie lies that he knows what is going on.


last I saw the Iranians attacked usa with 20 something missiles and the USA cut and ran. USA to withdraw from the 3-6 trillion dollars in Iraq. Iraq unstable and USA is now not welcome.

note the US military on the highest alert could not even shoot down one missile, all hit their targets.

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PostPosted: Mon Jan 13, 2020 11:30 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Babylon Bee you fool
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 14, 2020 12:27 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Babylon Bee you fool


russia if you are listening.... hack for Trump again

Moscow Malibu barfies friends hack urkraines...




NYT: Russians hacked Ukraine gas company at center of Trump's impeachment


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The New York Times reports that Russians have hacked the Ukrainian gas company "Burisma," the company linked to Hunter Biden: "Experts say the timing and scale of the attacks suggest that the Russians could be searching for potentially embarrassing material on the Bidens..."

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PostPosted: Mon Jan 20, 2020 3:55 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

here is trump in a big boy military top brass meeting throughing flames, as I call it McVeighing calling the generals dopes and babies. Obviously his bone spurs were acting up. what a disgrace. yep right wing hero.

https://www.msn.com/en-us/health/watch/trump-book-details-tirade-trump-open-to-new-n-korea-talks/vp-BBZ9CGz




Trump book details tirade; Trump open to new N. Korea talks


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The panel discusses a new excerpt from 'A Very Stable Genius, a book from reporters Carol Leonnig and Philip Rucker on the president. The panel also discusses new reporting on Trump offering details of the Soleimani strike at Mar-a-Lago.

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PostPosted: Wed Feb 26, 2020 7:53 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

this is a great clip about trump when running how he says with the ebola threat that the us governement is so incompitent. thet the officials are basically hacks.

and now we have the hack people in charge that have no experience in nearly everything. Hense he was cutting health department funding. Reminds me of the day before 9-11 Bushes incompitent idiots anounced they were cutting funding for counter terrorism.

Trumps anointed moron head of the Department of homeland security in charge of defending us from virus and such in front of congress yesterday or so could not even tell congress that the flu was not as deadly as coronavirus. He said they were equal. What a friggen moron. IE right winger by definition.

again trump made the statements he knew the qualified people and all are hacks-morons.

another good watch...


https://www.msnbc.com/all-in/watch/chris-hayes-trump-is-worried-coronavirus-will-be-bad-for-his-re-election-79436357617

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PostPosted: Mon Aug 17, 2020 7:20 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

gee what did I predict... and say

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/ex-trump-official-says-u-s-less-secure-due-to-president-s-actions-endorses-biden/ar-BB184sn6?ocid=msedgntp


Ex-Trump official says U.S. 'less secure' due to president's actions, endorses Biden


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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A former high-ranking Trump administration official said on Monday the United States is "less secure" under the Republican president as he endorsed Democratic challenger Joe Biden for November's election.


Miles Taylor, who served at the Department of Homeland Security between 2017 and 2019, including as chief of staff, said he "witnessed the damning results firsthand" of what he called President Donald Trump's "personal deficiencies."

"I can attest that the country is less secure as a direct result of the president’s actions," Taylor wrote in an op-ed published in the Washington Post on the day the Democrats kick off a four-day virtual convention to nominate Biden.

"Today the nation has fewer friends and stronger enemies than when Trump took office."

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PostPosted: Wed Aug 19, 2020 3:11 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

trump is so stupid he does not even know how New Zealand's c-19 numbers is patently insulting and hateful. thus this does not make us safer when you lie about our allies, it makes them not respect you or want to help you. IE trumps russia agreement.

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/world/wrong-new-zealand-leader-slams-trump-says-country-s-nine-new-coronavirus-cases-doesn-t-compare-to-america-s-42-000/ar-BB186edy


'Wrong': New Zealand Leader Slams Trump, Says Country's Nine New Coronavirus Cases 'Doesn't Compare' to America's 42,000


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Newsweek logo'Wrong': New Zealand Leader Slams Trump, Says Country's Nine New Coronavirus Cases 'Doesn't Compare' to America's 42,000

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern slammed President Donald Trump on Tuesday, saying his suggestion that her country was seeing a surge in coronavirus cases was "patently wrong."

a person looking at the camera: Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern speaks to media during a press conference at Parliament on August 17, 2020 in Wellington, New Zealand.© Hagen Hopkins/Getty Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern speaks to media during a press conference at Parliament on August 17, 2020 in Wellington, New Zealand.

"I think anyone who's following COVID and its transmission globally will quite easily see that New Zealand's nine cases in a day does not compare to the United States' tens of thousands, and in fact does not compare to most countries in the world," Ardern told reporters.



She added, "Obviously it's patently wrong."


Ardern's comments came shortly after Trump spoke during a campaign rally in Minnesota, where he said New Zealand was currently facing a "terrible" surge in cases of the novel virus.

"The places they were using to hold up now, they are having a big surge," Trump said at the rally. "They were holding up names of countries, and now they are saying, 'Whoops!'"

He continued, "You see what's going on in New Zealand? They beat it; they beat it, it was like front-page news because they wanted to show me something.... Big surge in New Zealand, you know it's terrible. We don't want that."

On Tuesday, New Zealand's Ministry of Health reported just 13 newly confirmed cases of the virus, while the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reported almost 42,000 new cases.

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PostPosted: Sun Nov 15, 2020 10:07 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

gee to right wingers they do not care...

https://www.nbcnews.com/news/world/after-trump-foreign-allies-wonder-if-they-can-trust-america-n1247715


After Trump, foreign allies wonder whether they can trust America, say former officials


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Analysis: "I'm sure not everything will go back to what it was," said Margot Wallström, Sweden's former foreign minister.


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By Dan De Luce and Matt Bradley
WASHINGTON — America's partners around the world are mostly relieved that the end of Donald Trump's chaotic presidency is near, but they harbor lingering doubts about Washington's reliability and are wary of the country's polarized politics even under new leadership, former foreign and U.S. diplomats say.

"There's a feeling that if it can happen once, it can happen again," said James Bindenagel, a retired career U.S. diplomat who is a senior professor at Bonn University in Germany.

Although governments in Europe and Asia in particular are reassured by President-elect Joe Biden's experience on the world stage and his vow to shore up U.S. alliances, their confidence in America's ability to deliver on its commitments has been deeply shaken, and Trump's departure won't automatically restore their faith, former diplomats said.


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Trump's imposition of tariffs and his talk of abandoning the NATO alliance, the foundation of trans-Atlantic ties, stunned Europeans. In talking to German officials, Bindenagel said the question he hears again and again is: "Can we trust the Americans?"

As a result, Biden will have to do more than merely voice support for NATO and trans-Atlantic cooperation, Bindenagel said.

"The question becomes: Can we re-establish trust? You can't do that overnight, and you can't do it with a declaration. You have to prove it," he said.

Bindenagel said one way to begin to restore trust with European allies would be for Biden to reverse Trump's decision this year to withdraw 10,000 U.S. troops from Germany, a move that blindsided Berlin. Biden's team has said he will review the decision.

Doubts about America's staying power predate Trump. Foreign ministries now see protectionist, populist currents as permanent features of the U.S. political landscape, with Americans increasingly questioning alliance arrangements, troop commitments and the benefits of global trade. According to a 2019 Pew Research Center survey, 46 percent of Americans said "we should pay less attention to problems overseas and concentrate more on problems here at home."

When Trump lost the presidential election, "you could hear the biggest sigh of relief in human history," said Kishore Mahbubani, Singapore's former ambassador to the United Nations and dean of the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy at the National University of Singapore.


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But governments in Asia know that it's not possible to turn the clock back and that a deeply divided America can't guarantee that a deal reached today will still hold in four years when another president might take over, Mahbubani said.

"That's the problem. That's why people will hedge their bets," he said. "There's a very high possibility that he [Trump] will get in again."

Mahbubani also said American's struggle to contain the coronavirus has dented the country's image, making it look inept and incapable of managing its problems. Trump's refusal to concede defeat has also reinforced doubts about America's political health.

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Mindful of China's growing power, Southeast Asian countries would like Washington to rejoin the Trans-Pacific Partnership, the regional trade pact that was brokered by President Barack Obama and was promptly dumped by Trump in 2017. But they recognize that's unlikely given opposition to the trade deal in the U.S. on both the left and the right, Mahbubani said.

Margot Wallström, Sweden's former foreign minister, said Biden will be widely welcomed in foreign capitals as a familiar figure who will work in cooperation with other countries on climate and other common threats.

"We can relax a bit in Europe and the rest of the world, because this is a person we can talk to. And everything starts with that in diplomacy and in the multilateral context," said Wallström, who was Sweden's top diplomat from 2014 to 2019.


Engel: World reacted to Biden win like U.S. overthrew a dictator
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But she said it was important to recognize that Biden isn't "a miracle man" and that he faces political constraints at home on a host of issues.

"I'm sure not everything will go back to what it was," she said. "I think we just have to be realistic."

Le Monde, one of France's leading newspapers, wrote that "Trumpism" was a "lasting heritage of American politics" and not an accident or an "interlude."


The world awaits: A host of international issues are crying out for Biden's attention
A year ago, French President Emmanuel Macron said that Europe could no longer assume the U.S. would back up its NATO allies and that the continent needed to "wake up."


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"I'd argue that we should reassess the reality of what NATO is in the light of the commitment of the United States," Macron told The Economist.

A Trump administration official pushed back against criticism of the president's handling of foreign policy and his treatment of allies.

"Previous administrations were happy for U.S. taxpayers to provide disproportionate investment in alliances and endless conflicts, and suffer lopsided trade agreements, that were clearly not advancing American security or prosperity," the official said. "President Trump has adopted a practical foreign policy approach, one that actually delivers tangible outcomes."

In the Middle East, Trump will be missed by the leaders of Israel and the Gulf Arab states, who vehemently opposed Obama's diplomacy with Iran and embraced Trump's "maximum pressure" campaign on Tehran.

President Donald Trump and Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman at the G20 Summit in Osaka, Japan, on June 28, 2019.Ludovic Marin / AFP - Getty Images file
After four years of a virtual carte blanche for those allies from the White House, the next administration has signaled that it will return the U.S. to the nuclear deal with Iran and that it will "reassess" relations with Saudi Arabia, including U.S. support for the Saudi-led war in Yemen.

"Nobody really wants to see President Trump go among all our allies" in the Middle East, James Jeffrey, the U.S. envoy to Syria and to the global coalition against the Islamic State group, told Defense One.

Outside the Middle East, America's standing in the world has taken a hit while Trump has been in the White House, according to an international survey by the Pew Research Center. In several countries, America's favorability rating reached its lowest point since the Pew surveys began nearly 20 years ago.

But across Asia, despite lingering doubts about its intentions and resolve, the U.S. is still seen as the region's best hope of preventing China from dominating its smaller neighbors, said James Zumwalt, a former senior U.S. diplomat who is chairman of the Japan-America Society in Washington, D.C.

Jared Kushner, accompanied by the head of Israel's National Security Council, Meir Ben-Shabbat, left, and U.S. national security adviser Robert O'Brien, at Ben Gurion Airport near Tel Aviv on Aug. 31.Nir Elias / AFP - Getty Images
"The good news is while we lost a lot of our goodwill in Asia, the Chinese haven't done well in the last four years," Zumwalt said. "In Asia, China looms so large. There's no alternative other than the United States as the hedge, the power that you can balance, so you're not solely depending on China."

For European allies, Trump's exit could remove an excuse for inaction and force them to take a more active role in tackling security and trade challenges, said Roderich Kiesewetter, a member of the Foreign Affairs Committee in the German Bundestag with Chancellor Angela Merkel's Christian Democratic Union party.

"Now we cannot see the United States as a scapegoat for anything that goes wrong in the world," Kiesewetter said. "We have to fulfill and accomplish our own homework. In the last few years we could avoid this, because we saw Trump as a way to avoid our improvement."

Dan De Luce
Dan De Luce is a reporter for the NBC News Investigative Unit.


Matt Bradley
Matt Bradley is a London-based foreign correspondent for NBC News and MSNBC.


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PostPosted: Mon Feb 08, 2021 11:35 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

https://news.yahoo.com/european-spies-stop-holding-back-155804209.html


European spies can stop holding back secrets from the US after Biden called for end to Trump's briefings, sources say


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Moves by President Joe Biden to restrict Donald Trump's access to intelligence has reassured European allies that they can share freely with the US again, sources told Insider.

Officials in three different intelligence services in Europe responded warmly to comments by Biden in his first TV interview as president, where he said he didn't want Trump to keep getting intelligence briefings.

Previous presidents have been given the briefings as a courtesy, which the current president can cancel at any time.

Though Biden said he saw no need for Trump to keep getting briefed, he stopped short of saying definitively that he would cut him off.

Nonetheless, the move reassured the intelligence officials Insider spoke to, all of whom requested anonymity because of the nature of their work.

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One, a senior official for a European country that's also a member of NATO, said: "This was expected and is a bit of a symbolic move - but it puts an end into the extraordinary situation where services like ours became reluctant to share key intelligence details because of fears these details would filter up from the national security community to the president, who would then tell them to the Russian ambassador."

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PostPosted: Mon Jun 14, 2021 4:44 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

here it is trump had a world approval rating of 30 percent are we safer when everyone despises you or less safe. As we know China did not tell trump about the outbreak till was it end of december. Not that it matters as trump did not care about americans and only warned his corporate trust fund buddies and told americans a month or so later nothing to worry about it was going to be gone in a week. But if Trump had better relations with other nations well as we know none were willing to share intelligence info because what a russian controlled leaking troll he was. He brought the total respect of america down to 8% in the world.

https://www.msnbc.com/morning-joe/watch/world-opinion-of-the-u-s-rebounds-under-biden-114658885946


World opinion of the U.S. rebounds under Biden


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Global opinions of the United States are rebounding under President Biden, according to new PewResearch polling. The Morning Joe panel discusses.

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