Orange Man Shows Up at G-7 with 99 Problems, Unclear If a Bitch is One of Them

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
August 24, 2019

Trump visiting global events is still a fun time.

He always does some funny stuff.

Washington Post:

As economic and political head winds gather across the globe, leaders of the world’s major powers are bracing themselves for a different kind of turbulent force: President Trump.

The American president, who now has a track record of crashing into global forums with a torrent of tweets, complaints and bombast, arrived on Saturday for the Group of Seven summit here. He comes bearing more grievance than guidance for global powers facing myriad challenges, including the threat of climate change and a potential global recession.

In the days leading up to the G-7, Trump engaged in an escalation of his trade war with China, blasted Denmark for not selling Greenland to the United States, declared the world to be in recession, harassed his central bank chairman, threatened tariffs against several of the G-7 nations and called for G-7 outcast Russia to be readmitted to the group.

For all his faults, at least he is still defending Russia.

In his words, at least.

He has claimed America’s allies mistreat the United States more than adversaries, slammed multilateral institutions such as the World Trade Organization, blasted NATO countries for not meeting spending obligations, and threatened to send Islamic State fighters to Germany and France. Trump has attacked most of the leaders he will be meeting with during the weekend summit.

Trump’s continued embrace of an “America First” approach — even in the face of growing signs of global economic turmoil — offers an indication that the various world powers will not be able to rely on the United States for steady leadership amid crisis, said Jon B. Alterman, senior vice president at the Center for Strategic and International Studies.

I think you mean “Israel First,” Alterman, you ungrateful yid.

Actual photograph of Jon B. Alterman (not photoshopped)

“America First” was the 2016 meme, abandoned soon after his election.

“There has been a complete realization on the world stage that the U.S. is not playing its traditional role, and may never again play the role it’s played for 75 years,” he said. “But it’s unclear what role the United States will play, and what the consequences of that might be.”

Trump has approached the looming economic slowdown with a mix of isolationism and frenetic energy. He has boasted that the U.S. economy remains strong while other countries are struggling. He recently floated new tax cuts and stimulus to boost the economy, only to abandon the ideas within hours.

“The world is in a recession right now,” Trump told reporters earlier this month. “I don’t think we’re having a recession. We’re doing tremendously well. Our consumers are rich.”

On Friday, his trade war with China worsened as Beijing imposed retaliatory tariffs on $75 billion in American goods and Trump responded with the extraordinary step of calling on U.S. companies to stop doing business with China and calling Chinese President Xi Jinping an “enemy.”

Markets tumbled following his tweets about China with the Dow Jones industrial average losing more than 600 points, or 2.4 percent.

After the markets closed, Trump took to Twitter to announce he would be increasing tariffs on Chinese goods.

After arriving in Biarritz, Trump had an impromptu lunch with French President Emmanuel Macron, where the two leaders immediately discussed some of the issues that will dominate the weekend summit.

Macron told Trump that the leaders needed to work on “how to decrease tensions and fix the situation in terms of trade. He also discussed the global economic slowdown, saying “we need some new tools to relaunch our economy.”

Trump, who has a habit of blasting world leaders over Twitter and complimenting them in person, spoke positively about his relationship with Macron.

“So far so good. The weather is perfect,” he said. “I think we will accomplish a lot this weekend.”

Before Trump arrived, there were already signs of the chilly reception of his trade policies by other global powers.

European Council President Donald Tusk said Saturday that Trump’s trade wars risked sending the global economy into recession.

The United States requested a special session Sunday focused on the state of the global economy, according to senior administration officials who briefed reporters on the condition of anonymity. As the officials outlined Trump’s agenda for the meeting, they indicated the president would spend much of his time touting his own economic record and bluntly criticizing several allies for their slowing growth. He has a long list of grievances he plans to air, the officials said.

Trump plans to again call out Germany for its trade practices, below-average defense spending and partnership with Russia on a gas pipeline, one official said. He will take on France for seeking to impose a “highly discriminatory” digital service tax that targets U.S. companies, another official said.

Yeah, gotta defend Google, Facebook and Twitter…

Best friends of the American people, those boys.

Over the course of two days, Trump will hold bilateral meetings with five of the G-7 leaders and attend several working sessions on issues ranging from global development to gender equality and the environment, officials said. He will hold a news conference on Monday before returning to the United States.

At last year’s G-7 in Canada, Trump signed the official joint communique only to dramatically withdraw his endorsement via tweet after watching Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau speak out against U.S. tariffs during a news conference. Just hours after signing the agreement, Trump was blasting Trudeau on Twitter as “dishonest and weak” and top administration officials were attacking the summit host with stark language.

Yeah, that was a fun time.

Hopefully this time is as fun or more so.

Whatever you want to say about Trump, the way he triggers these people will always and forever be funny.

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