Trump is a brat and the world is his sandpit

President Donald is inconsistent, unpredictable and seems to react to influence from his children, what he sees on television, and has an intolerance of feeling pushed around or found to be wrong.

What he says cannot be taken as a fixed view or position on anything.

RealClear politics: Trump: “We’re Not Going Into Syria”

In an interview Wednesday morning, President Trump promised that “we are not going into Syria,” but said that he will respond if Assad continues to use weapons of mass destruction. He also warned Russian President Vladimir Putin that he is backing the wrong guy.

“We’re not going into Syria,” Trump told Maria Bartiromo during an exclusive interview on FOX Business. “But when I see people using horrible, horrible chemical weapons… and see these beautiful kids that are dead in their father’s arms, or you see kids gasping for life… when you see that, I immediately called General Mattis.”

“What I did should have been done by the Obama administration a long time before I did it,” Trump also said. “I think Syria would be a lot better off right now than it has been.”

“If Russia didn’t go in and back this animal [Assad], you wouldn’t have a problem right now,” Trump said later:

PRESIDENT TRUMP: Putin is backing a person thatis truly an evil person, and I think it is very bad for Russia, it is very bad for mankind, it is very bad for this world. But when you drop gas, or bombs, or barrel bombs — they have these massive barrels with dynamite and they drop them right in the middle of a group of people. And in all fairness, you see the same kids with no arms, no legs, no face. This is an animal.

What Trump says here should be taken with a sack of salt.

He had condemned Obama for considering actions in Syria and warned him it would be nothing but trouble for the US if they intervened.

It is very ironic that Trump even seems to be raging against dropping bombs and ‘dynamite’.  Civilian deaths in Syria are reported to have risen significantly since Trump became president.

And the missile attack that Trump ordered last week was ‘influenced’ by his daughter’s outrage.

Stuff: ‘Outraged’ Ivanka influenced Donald Trump’s decision to strike Syria, Eric Trump says

White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer told reporters at his daily press briefing on Wednesday that “there is no question that” Ivanka Trump and others “weighed into him” on the decision.

The president’s son, Eric Trump, told The Daily Telegraph in an interview that the president had been influenced by his sister’s reaction to the gas attack that killed dozens last week.

Eric Trump said his sister was “heartbroken and outraged” by the attack.

So what if Ivanka is heartbroken by something else she sees on TV and influences her father again?

Eric Trump told the Telegraph his father’s decision to attack Syria proved that he is not in league with Russia and will not be “pushed around” by Vladimir Putin.

“If they disrespect us and if they cross us, fine. There will be no one harder – he has got more backbone than anybody. We’re no worse off than we were before. Maybe we’re finding that we can’t be.”

Asked about Putin’s threats of military escalation over Syria, he told the Telegraph his father was not easily intimidated. “I can tell you he is tough and he won’t be pushed around. The cards will shake out the way they do, but he’s tough.”

So if Ivanka becomes outraged and Trump feels pushed around by Putin it seems that anything could happen, as long as it doesn’t involve chemical weapons or dynamite.

Trump is a brat and the world is his sandpit.

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19 Comments

  1. Trumpenreich

     /  13th April 2017

    “Trump is a brat and the world is his sandpit.”

    And yet he completely destroyed the Republican and Democrat behemoths in one of the greatest political wins in history.

    Of course it is the constant myopic dismissive evaluations by Globalists that always leaves them blindsided by Trump, have they learnt nothing?

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  2. High Flying Duck

     /  13th April 2017

    Trump has always said he makes decisions after taking full and frank input from a number of different points of view and weighing them up. He is open to changing his views on matters, when the evidence warrants it. This makes him a pragmatist.
    So far his decisions seem to be well justified and his diplomacy has been effective with world leaders who have visited with the exception maybe of Angela Merkel.
    The Obama administration was caught out lying a number of times and said a number of things that were never followed through on – including the infamous “red line” in Syria which he then bald faced denied ever saying.
    Trump is being held to a standard that doesn’t get applied to other leaders, and the emotive language in this post says a lot more about the entrenched views of the writer than of President Trump.

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    • Trumpenreich

       /  13th April 2017

      “Trump is being held to a standard that doesn’t get applied to other leaders”

      That is because he is a Nationalist. This terrifies Globalists – which includes vast majority of news media – now confused and panicked by its resurgence.

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  3. Patricia Midwinter

     /  13th April 2017

    Trump reminds me of Churchill. The quote goes something like this: For every two good ideas, Churchill has a bad one; the trouble is he can’t tell the difference.

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    • Kitty Catkin

       /  13th April 2017

      I’d differ in one thing-reverse the good.bad ratio. Or perhaps up the numbers.
      He is so used to being the boss that he seems unable to see that he could ever be wrong.

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  4. Corky

     /  13th April 2017

    Perhaps being influenced by TV,the kids and Donald Duck trumps doing things the way status quo demands. Trumpy,at the moment, is doing OK.

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    • Gezza

       /  13th April 2017

      I think he might be becoming a bit of a worry Corky. I’ll see if I can find and post his latest Press Conference later today. Hubris springs to mind. Presidents Bush & Cheney suffered from this.

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    • Gezza

       /  13th April 2017

      HERE IT IS, CORKS❗️ TRUMP IN FULL-ON JUDGE DREDD MODE❗️👍

      The Grand Entrance starts around 14:57.

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  5. David

     /  13th April 2017

    Regardless of who influenced his decision and what he said 3-4 years and 460,000 deaths ago I think he was right and now bad people know he will pull the trigger when called for. He made Obama look like the weak dictator appeaser he was. Humanity needs some red lines surely and Trump thankfully has drawn one.

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    • Kitty Catkin

       /  13th April 2017

      He made more fuss over the death of one SEAL than he did over the 30 civilians blown to pieces by the US (inc. some American-Yemenis like that lovely little girl) HE is the bad person.

      His daughter is not the President, nor is she a politician. Her outrage doesn’t seem to extend to the appalling deaths of African children starving to death and demanding that Daddy do something about these. Or the 30 people, some of whom were children, killed by the US in January-and in the latest air strike. Are the only beautiful children of God the ones killed by Assad ? I bet that little Nawar al-Alaki’s parents thought that she was before Trump signed off her death warrant.

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      • Pete Kane

         /  13th April 2017

        Well said Ms Kitty.

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        • Kitty Catkin

           /  14th April 2017

          The photo in the Listener of that dear little girl-she looks like a lovely child in all ways-who was blown to pieces by the US was horrifying. There she is, smiling happily at the camera, an American-Yemeni child, about to be killed by her president’s signing off of her death warrant. One can only hope that it was instant.

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  6. If we’re to take an objective look at US leaders and judge them by their actions towards foreign policy and intervention, thus far, Trump is looking about average. That we have NO idea what he’s likely to do is nether here nor there. Who did we have confidence in? This whole obsession with his delivery and alleged degradation of the role of POTUS surprises me. He is an A personality on steroids. I’d worry more about someone more guarded and enigmatic.

    Weapons of mass destruction much? I’ve never met a single person, left or right, liberal or conservative who ever accepted or believed that premise was justified, nor anyone who thought that the Iraq invasion made sense. Now that had far reaching consequences and there’s an argument that Obama’ 8 year wish-washy hand and fence sitting was as bad, if not worse and that history will judge it’s impact on the West almost as negatively.

    In essence – I need more time to judge Trump. However, with an eloquent, thoughtful jurist like Gorsuch on the SCOTUS! Illegal entry into the States down almost 70% and jobs up – certain things aren’t looking too bad.

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  7. Zedd

     /  13th April 2017

    “Dump Trump” all I can say.. he’s a total F@#kwit.. sez I&I

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    • Gezza

       /  13th April 2017

      Aljaz is just now show a very interesting-looking 30 minute Fault Lines documentary:

      “The Trump Show – Fault Lines examines the increasingly blurred line between Donald Trump – reality TV star and Donald Trump – The President.”

      No doubt they’ll screen it again, & if it’s not already, it will soon be available to view on their website. 👍

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    • Corky

       /  13th April 2017

      The only fuggwit I see is you..son.

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    • Trumpenreich

       /  13th April 2017

      Trump is awesome, he totally destroyed the Feminists, Rainbow Coalition, Black Lives Matter, alphabe tsoup media, Jewish interests groups, Globalists.

      You can’t stump the Trump!

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      • Gezza

         /  13th April 2017

        Bibi hasn’t finished programming him yet. Jared has to sneak in when he’s asleep.

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