Draining the swamp or going down the pan?
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Yes, I wonder how long it will be before the penny drops for Trump's "fans"
I can see something unpleasant happening in the next few months
The one thing you'd think Trump would support he rejects, and the one thing you'd think Paul Ryan would reject, he accepts.
It's like Ancient Rome without the togas...
Maybe Trump realised it would make his supporters realise what was going on & decided it was a step too far. For now.
And, notice the Ford announcement about moving production from Mexico to Michigan, close on the heels of this. Trump's supporters, with the attention span of a dead goldfish, might forget the former story & start cheering ... in this marginal state
On the other hand.....
Maybe the narcissists will all turn on each other and try to bring the opposition down
They all want to be top dog...might see this as an opportunity to get one over the other guys
It can ONLY end in tears
(see Eton bell-ends wreck UK for further information)
And, notice the Ford announcement about moving production from Mexico to Michigan...
Er, I wonder if Ford will bring the Mexican production team over too?
Trump just might be the best thing that ever happened to world peace.
Other countries must now bear in mind that there is a lunatic in charge at the White House
A very loose canon.
When your leader is even more bat-shit crazy than the N.Korean leader then it's probably not a good idea to antagonise him.
It will be interesting to see how he reacts/deals with the first aggressive international incident.
He probably won't spend too much time on diplomacy.
I think "loose canon" (sic) sums him up ;-)
So, Trump won't back down, unless impeached
Kim Jong-un won't back down on developing nuclear missiles
Putin won't back down on rebuilding the USSR
China won't back down on Spratly islands
Iran won't back down (if Trump antagonises them into resuming their weapons programme)
I'm not sure which one wins the prize
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