The handwringing script reader on CNN was given a new weapon to use against President Trump, a leak from within the government of what was supposed to have been a private conversation with Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, as well as his conversations on that January day with Pena Nieto of Mexico. Maybe it’s time to stop listening to the complicit apologists and excuse makers in high places, Mr. President. Purge the globalists and deep state Obama holdovers.
The CNN bobble-head discusses the leaked conversation between Trump and Turnbull with her guest, former Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd. She says what she’s about to read is what really stuck out to her – more likely the producer stuck it out to her and said ‘read this.’
She quotes President Trump as saying, “‘I spoke to Putin, Merkel, Abe of Japan, to France today, and this was my most unpleasant call,’ and then towards the end of the call President Trump says, ‘I have had it. I have been making these calls all day and this is the most unpleasant call all day. Putin was a pleasant call. This is ridiculous.’ And then President Trump ends that phone call soon after.”
She says, “This is just extraordinary, President Trump talking to a very close ally like Australia.” Was Ms. Einstein not aware that we talk to our allies or was she just amazed that our President would dare to stand up to them? This former Goldman Sachs executive, Turnbull, tried to hold us to a rotten deal he and his fellow conman Obama cooked up to force Iranian, Pakistani and Afghan illegal alien inmates upon the American people. Trump was defending us, what he’s supposed to do, what Obama would have never imagined himself doing.
Maybe she’d be happy with President Trump if he baked the “refugees” a cake, bought them all AR-15s and invited them into her neighborhood to live, in the interest of being nice to the Obama ally who’s sticking it to us. No, of course not, she wants them in someone else’s backyard.
Ms. Einstein asks if the call is normal but doesn’t ask if stuffing terrorists-in-training down an ally nation’s throat is normal. It’s normal if you’re Angela Merkel, the EU or the UN, otherwise no and accepting them isn’t normal either. Rudd points out that from the American perspective and President Trump, we already knew “it was a testy telephone conversation.” He also says that the transcript reflects a consistent position from President Trump on his immigration policy.
That’s not the case for Goldman Sachs globalist Turnbull back home in Australia. His description of himself in the conversation as “a transactional businessman,” is not going to be well received nor will his argument that we just need to look like we’re letting them come in, we don’t have to actually take any of them. There’s also a statement by Turnbull to Trump that in return he’ll take anybody Trump wants to send to Australia that Rudd says will be seized upon by his opponents.
Rudd calls the revelation an “extraordinary leak from the United States,” which has created “a very large scale domestic political problem concerning his own credibility and his tenuous hold on the conservative party leadership.” Rudd described the fact that the leaks came from somewhere within the administration as “jaw dropping.”
Now Turnbull is going to face “deep questions concerning his honesty and the integrity of his dealings with the Australian people.” says Rudd “That’s his problem. He’s already on shaky ground in Australia, he’s seen as transactional in terms of basically abrogating core principles that he once stood for. For this now to come out and him to self-describe himself as ‘just a transactional businessman’ in his dealings with the US administration, I think is going to place enormous pressure on him in the liberal party, his political party of which he’s head, where he’s already under challenge.”
Trying to steer the conversation towards international Trump bashing, the CNN script reader asks, “How much damage do you think this has done, though, to the US – Australian alliance and the perception of it in Australia.” He puts the main fallout on Turnbull’s “having been loose with the truth with the Australian people.
Rudd says he’s sure it was leaked to damage President Trump, but his positions have been well known. This will be new news in Australia.”
Lots of Americans have been urging President Trump to purge the Obama holdovers and deep state from his administration, a move he has resisted. Maybe this will be enough to convince him to do so, maybe not. Maybe he’ll continue to listen to and be persuaded by McMaster and the other globalists aligned with the Obama holdovers to wait for something really bad to be leaked.
How about the leaking of attack plans on North Korea, President Trump? Would that be enough to convince you to dump the Obama trash? When do you finally put your foot down?
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