President Trump and Hussein Obama both know the difference between the good guys and the bad guys. The difference is Trump sides with the good guys, Obama snuggles up to the bad ones. Egypt is a case in point, of many, virtually everything Obama touched was in the advancement of radicalism and the destruction of order.
In Egypt he supported the overthrow of President Mubarak by the Muslim Brotherhood through a sham election and then opposed the subsequent people’s revolt against the Obama-inserted terrorist government of Mohamed Morsi in June of 2013.
President Trump recognizes that the current Egyptian President, former general Abdel Fattah al-Sisi is an ally to be cultivated as a stabilizing force in the turbulent region as well as a partner in the fight against radical jihadis and the global conquest by caliphate. President Trump has a good relationship with President al-Sisi, which should prove useful in repairing the damage Obama has done. That’s something that can be said for every challenge he faces. Everything is complicated by the fact that Obama mucked it up first.
President Trump gave his Egyptian counterpart a strong vote of confidence and evidence of the US commitment to working together, as he welcomed him to the White House, saying, “I just want to let everybody know in case there was any doubt that we are very much behind President Sisi. He’s done a fantastic job in a very difficult situation. We are very much behind Egypt and the people of Egypt.”
The April 3rd meeting at the White House, which included a private meeting between the two leaders as well as one with their top aides was the first time President Sisi has visited the White House. Following the overthrow of Obama’s client Islamic state by al-Sisi, Egyptian aid was cut off and the nation was put into Obama’s “time out.” How dare they determine their own government and undo all of his hard work in manipulating the Muslim Brotherhood extremist Morsi into power.
The diplomatic exchanges included a statement by President Trump in which he said, “I just want to say to, Mr. President, that you have a great friend and ally in the United States, and in me.”
In contributing his part to the polite verbal exchange, Sisi said he appreciated that President Trump has been “standing very strong … to counter this evil ideology.” That’s not something the supposed American Hussein Obama would have ever uttered but here it is coming from the lips of the Egyptian President.
An anonymous US official told Reuters, al-Sisi is “going to get an end to finger-wagging. We’re not giving him any more money.” He added, “He’s going to be disappointed because he wants more assistance and he’s not going to get it.” He didn’t say whether Egypt would be able to avoid a cut in its foreign aid as part of the Trump administration’s State Department’s 28.7 percent budget cut.
The Handshake is much more robust and different from the “hearing failure” President Trump experienced with German Chancellor and globalist terror facilitator Angela Merkel.
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