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’I am the chosen one’, says Trump on trade battle with China

’I am the chosen one’, says Trump on trade battle with China

President Trump referred to himself as ’the chosen one’ as he took on questions around the US-China trade war. Trump was pointing out to the fact that past presidents should have dealt with the inequities in the US’ relationship with China but didn’t, leaving him to handle it.

KCooper
KCooper
Watheverable GRAMPS
Watheverable GRAMPS 1 year

The left would rather have the US cower in fear in a corner after China had their way... Like always.

Dust Phoxner
Dust Phoxner 1 year

Trump is the chosen one, he sacrifice his blood He kills for honour He is the holy one his armour stained with blood He killed the chineese dragon (If you're confused its an edited version of a song by DreamEvil.)

darkwingsmurf
darkwingsmurf 1 year

He should put this in security aspect. China’s power needs to be curtailed they are a bigger political threat then a trade threat. Seeing as in they are like a distant second when it comes to trade. Maybe do what Bush jr was trying and get Africa more involved with manufacturing our goods. Spread the wealth

John W
John W 1 year

the other presidents were chosen, unfortunately by the Chinese.

porcus
porcus 1 year

Given that the previous administrations (plural) have passed on confronting China on the trade issues, I guess I don't really care how Trump refers to himself in tackling it. He could just as well say he is the sacrificial lamb for all it matters. But it IS funny that he used the one phrase guaranteed to get him more free press/campaign coverage, isn't it. ^_^

WWG1WGA
WWG1WGA 1 year

All Hail Emperor TRUMP Amen

Miles O'Brien
Miles O'Brien 1 year

Classic delusion of grandeur. Next he'll tell everyone he can levitate.

Paul Saxon
Paul Saxon 1 year

All I hear from politicians is plans to spend money. Next year the deficit will be over 1 trillion. At least he's trying to do something besides spend.

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