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Re: an idiot

Posted by **khfpl** on Apr 11, 2019 at 2:40:46 AM:
In Reply to: Re: an idiot posted by **Rumor** on Apr 10, 2019 at 7:59:26 PM:

*I guess it will help the ambassador enormously being called a "wonderful, beautiful baby"
*The decision itself will certainly not help anybody at all, it will do no good. At least it is somehow interesting to hear how really important decisions are being prepared and made in the WH. (shakes head in disbelief)
*Trump: “I said, ‘Fellows, do me a favor. Give me a little history, quick. Want to go fast. I got a lot of things I’m working on: China, North Korea. Give me a quickie,’” Trump recalled of the conversation.
*After the advisers filled him in, Trump said he asked Friedman: “David, what do you think about me recognizing Israel and the Golan Heights?”
*Friedman, apparently surprised by the suggestion, reacted like a “wonderful, beautiful baby,” Trump said, and asked if he would “really ... do that.”
*“Yeah, I think I’m doing it right now. Let’s write something up,” Trump said he responded, prompting applause and cheers from his audience in Las Vegas. “We make fast decisions and we make good decisions.”

*Trump is the manifestation of the cringe-worthy Boomer belief that started sometime in the 80's that anyone could be a "politician"...that any ol' Joe could go to Washington and run the country...that folks one would want to "have a beer" with should be the ones running the country and making decisions for the nation. Morons! Being a politician takes time and practice just like any profession. Unfortunately, like with most things nowadays, we are all suffering because of the Boomers' shallow & frivolous viewpoints and practices.

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