- Remarks by President Trump Before Air Force One Departure
- President Trump Revealed He 'Never Knew We Had So Many Countries'
Remarks by President Trump Before Air Force One Departure
Donald Trump to dignitaries in Japan: I never knew we had so many countries.and what sorry it seems to be the hardest word lyrics
President Donald Trump candidly reveals his ignorance of geography and international politics. What distinguishes October to the realities of the Donald Trump presidency is that the leaders on both sides, namely John F. Kennedy and Nikita S. Khrushchev were accutely aware of the dangers of nuclear annihilation. Raw Story. While giving a speech to Japanese dignitaries on the first leg his Asian tour, President Donald Trump admitted that he was unaware of how many countries there are in the world until he became president. Addressing how he first became acquainted with Japanese Prime Minister Abe who Trump referred to by his first name, Shinzo Trump made the off-hand comment, appearing to go off-script from his prepared remarks.
Foreign Policy. Issued on: August 20, The United States and Romania have gotten along better than ever before. So, I want to thank you for that. And we have a big trade business going on, to be honest with you.
Definitely the most creative explanation of the week for Stuff Trump Makes Up. After going back and forth several times, the president was asked if he was having second thoughts or third, or eighteenth about the tariff war. Apparently not the message the White House was hoping to send. Desperate, but pretty darned good. Any attempt to come up with a united stand on climate change, Iran, trade, etc. Which the president of Brazil, Jair Bolsonaro, turned down imperiously.
President Trump Revealed He 'Never Knew We Had So Many Countries'
Political Transcripts. Donald Trump delivered a fiery speech on August 13, at a new plastics plant in rural Monaca, Pennsylvania.
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Issued on: August 13, We have very, very strong numbers. Long term, possibly not. We have a Fed that decides not to cut interest rates, which is a very bad thing. Because, right now, we have to follow suit; we should be following suit. But we have a very powerful country, a very strong economic and military country. The stock market is way up today for various reasons, including tariffs.