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We just better hope he doesn't start to get a God complex, unless it's already too late.
Like him or loathe him, things are going to be different for the first time in decades, we'll have real and actual change.
But the real danger isn't the DNC, or their weepy-eyed army of wailers and whiners
Then there's the choice to live in Trump Tower...not a great move IMO...too many commercial aircraft have a habit of hitting tall buildings of late, and that could be tempting fate too much.
But who knows if he actually said that or not, it's just what i read
originally posted by: MysterX
Like you say, he'll probably have to moderate or attenuate his rhetoric a little i suspect, to suit international diplomacy..but not too much i hope.
originally posted by: worldstarcountry
a reply to: ipsedixit
well now, I guess Erdogan started singing a different tune once the Russians demanded an explanation of that statement he made hehe.
Erdogan backtracks on ousting Assad after Russian reaction
"Let nobody has doubts, let nobody interpret otherwise what we have many times said on this issue, that the goal of the Operation Euphrates Shield is not a country or a person, but terror groups," said Erdogan.
He was speaking in his 30th meeting since last year with another group of several hundred heads of neighborhoods (mukhtars) at his Bestepe Palace in Ankara, according to the private-owned Dogan news agency.
Turkish President's swift change of tone followed a Wednesday night phone call with Assad's main backer Vladimir Putin of Russia.
It was the second phone conversation between the two since Erdogan said his army was in northern Syrian to topple Assad as a bloody regime siege supported by Russians and Iranians on Aleppo made sizeable advances against the rebels.
Haha yea I knew he was blowing hot air. Obviously his motives were true before the Russians had him bite his tongue. Im guessing there was a reminder about the seriousness of their commitment to the stability and assistance to Syrian sovereignty.
originally posted by: PublicOpinion
a reply to: Agit8dChop
Probably the US.
You've seen that, right? Odd coincidence, very odd. Kinda desperate, actually.