Let’s give the old airlock door wheel a spin and see what the Freepers think about The Darnold’s foreign policy chops, shall we?
Easy German 143 – What Germans say about Donald Trump
Posted on 12/3/2016 12:45:53 AM by DallasBiff
LOL, they have some Californian in Berlin commenting about Donald Trump in May 2016, and of course 95% of the comments are negative. With a German commentator to boot.
To: lee martell
Yeah, Libruls. Look who won! You can tell Bronco Bama to report to the penalty box for some Time Out time.
I liked the part where Shrillary twirled her mustache, and chuckled, at the end of each debate. And then she lost!!!
Game over, Donkeycrats! Chetaers(sic) never prosper!
German politicians had better get used to the idea that there is a new sheriff in town. Americans are no longer being led by a crypto-Marxist, third-world agitator because we are extremely angry at what the international socialist/globalists have tried to do to us. The American public, much like the British public, enforced their will and decided their destiny for themselves despite the multinational-owned media onslaught. There will be changes to the international order so get used to it.
Americans have now become aware that politics no longer end at the shores of the oceans that once separated use from the filthy politics of Europe and we are angry. If Germany and other European countries keep interfering in our politics there will be a response that you will not like at all.
What’s next in the post-election world of the Freeperati?
Petraeus for Secretary of State Is a Bad Call
American Thinker ^ | December 3, 2016 | Rob Caskey
Posted on 12/3/2016 2:04:53 AM by Steelfish
December 3, 2016 Petraeus for Secretary of State Is a Bad Call By Rob Caskey
In the parade of prospective cabinet picks making their way to the penthouse of Trump Tower to meet with the president-elect, few have come with more pedigree or more (figurative) baggage than General David Petraeus. Tipped for the position of secretary of state, the retired four-star general is considered to bring with him a wealth of experience garnered from nearly 15 years in the higher echelons of the U.S. Army, including time spent at the helm of operations in Iraq and Afghanistan as well as a stint as head of the CIA. But in his interview to become the nation’s top diplomat, he likely had some awkward questions to answer regarding a scandal involving the sharing of state secrets with his biographer and paramour, Paula Broadwell.
At least he should have. But Donald Trump has been vocal in his defense of the general even though he was found guilty of the same crime committed by Hillary Clinton. Perhaps a more likely sticking point between Trump and Petraeus, however, will be their diverging views over the USA’s commitment to NATO and its continued expansion.
Granted, David Petraeus shot to prominence due to the successful counterinsurgency methods he employed as the commander of forces in Iraq that resulted in a substantial drop in violence. As the head of the Command and General Staff College at Fort Leavenworth two years prior to that, Petraeus wrote the military’s manual on counterinsurgency strategy.
After serving as head of Central Command, Petraeus became the Director of the CIA, where he met his downfall after revelations of an affair with his biographer. …
“The very consideration of Petraeus for a senior position reveals that the Trump campaign’s rhetoric regarding Hillary Clinton was totally bogus,” said Steven Aftergood, a specialist on government classification at the Federation of American Scientists. “Candidate Trump was generating hysteria over Clinton’s handling or mishandling of classified information that he likely never believed or took seriously himself.
“Petraeus admitted lying to the FBI, which distinguished his case from Clinton’s and made his case a good deal worse,” Aftergood added. “I think once again President-elect Trump is revealed as a rather hypocritical figure.”
When Petraeus quit the CIA, Trump told ExtraTV, an entertainment news outlet, that the general “was really beyond reproach, there was nobody like him.”
he likely had some awkward questions to answer regarding a scandal involving the sharing of state secrets with his biographer and paramour, Paula Broadwell…
So why pick someone who, off the bat, has shown he has the ability to give away secrets for a night in bed?