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originally posted by: AutisticEvo
I dont actually assume anyone is ALL this or ALL that. its a delusional premise to assume you know a persons stance without asking first. you should think about that next time you want tell someone what they think and then assume you are ina position to tell them what to do.,
originally posted by: OtherSideOfTheCoin
a reply to: AutisticEvo
Cant wait for the Left's response to this thread. all I am hearing is shocked silence so far
I am on the left.
No shocked silence from me, credit were credit is due, Trump (and his team) have got the concessions he wanted and hopefully this will signal the deescalation of the trade war that was on the horizon.
I think this attitude that you either think Trump is all bad or all good needs to end personally.
my post you responded to was meant to be provocative.
by your response it worked.
thanks for playing
I just watched the press conference and while there are agreements to end retaliatory tariffs and preliminary agreements for the EU to purchase more liquid gas from the US, which makes more sense than a purchase from Russia, who so many agree is at the least an adversary, why support them.
I agree and I for one wish Nestle America would burn to the ground so we actually have a choice of British chocolates, so much better. I think it will benefit both sides as far as LPG.
Trump likes to come off the top rope and then deal...its called bargaining chip. Huge tariffs could effect us a good deal, BUT they will also affect the other countries a good deal too. Trump is dealing with life long politicians that see themselves as head fryer at BK if they screw this up, Trump on the other hand will go back to being Trump no matter what happens.
They will come to the table and deal, and that deal will be better for the US than if Trump just did it all without the risk of big tariffs.
President Donald Trump on Wednesday secured concessions from Europe, averting a trade war, the Dow Jones News Wire reported, citing a European Union official. The report came shortly before Trump and European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker were scheduled to brief the press at a joint conference in the White House Rose Garden. The market rallied on the news. The Dow Jones Industrial Average popped Wednesday afternoon, rising about half a percent. The Europeans agreed to lower industrial tariffs and import more U.S. soybeans, Dow Jones reported. Trump said earlier on Wednesday said he hoped "to work something out on a fair trade deal with Europe."
originally posted by: DJW001
"According to an official in the room." Let's wait for an announcement from Juncker.
I would feel much better if we were getting our gas from America rather than Russia, it just makes us too venerable