August 25, 2019
Thus far, nothing too interesting has happened at the G7.
These meetings are obviously a pointless jerk-off session, even more so since Russia – the only country that disagrees with any of these globalist villains – was banned for disagreeing.
The best we can hope for from the event is that Trump does something funny, which has not yet occurred.
He did tell Boris Johnson that if he dumps the EU, he’ll immediately get a special trade deal with the US.
A “big” trade deal between the US and the UK will be possible once Britain leaves the European Union, Donald Trump has promised, describing the bloc as an obstacle that has hindered London’s economic prospects.
The US president attended a working breakfast with Prime Minister Boris Johnson at the G7 summit in France on Sunday, where he sounded confident that a comprehensive trade agreement between the US and Britain could be swiftly delivered. It will go much smoother once Brussels is cut out of the equation, Trump predicted.
— RT (@RT_com) August 25, 2019
“We’re going to do a very big trade deal, bigger than we’ve ever had with the UK and now at some point they won’t have the obstacle, they won’t have the anchor around their ankle because that’s what they have,” Trump said, referencing Britain’s looming breakaway from the EU.
However, the two leaders sent mixed signals about future negotiations.
While Trump expressed confidence that they will be able to quickly agree a deal and praised Johnson as the “right man”for a prosperous Brexit Britain, BoJo sounded more cautious, saying he was “excited” about the talks but expected them to be “tough.”
En route to the summit, Johnson told reporters that he would press Trump to drop barriers to UK exports. The British prime minister said that there were “massive opportunities” for UK companies in the American market, but that Washington would have to “compromise and open up their approach” to trade.
The two leaders are also obviously divided on the US’ ongoing trade war with China. Trump maintained that tariffs on Chinese goods were necessary to correct years of unfair economic competition, and even said he would be open to escalating the standoff.
Johnson raised, to use his own words, a “sheep-like” objection, stressing that the UK was in favor of “trade peace” and preferred free trade over tariffs.
Brexit is still a good thing, and I hope it actually does happen.
Anything that slows down the centralization process of the globalist Jews is always an objectively good thing.
If Trump can help that happen, then that is a good thing.
I’m still skeptical that it will actually happen, because it doesn’t really make sense that they would have spent all that time sending Theresa May out there to stonewall if they were just going to give up and let Boris do the thing.
But we shall see soon enough.