“…the traditional way — if you look at President Obama and other Presidents, most of them didn’t make calls, a lot of them didn’t make calls.”
“Just when I thought I was out, they pull me back in!”
Pyongyang is sticking to their “commitment to developing a long-range intercontinental ballistic missile capable of reaching all the way to the East coast of the mainland US.”
“We’re not getting the job done. And I’m not going to blame myself. I’ll be honest.”
“Two rockets flew over the land mass of Japan and nothing happened.”
“This is really just one manifestation of the more earthly, you can’t fight city hall. A twist in a post-vigilante world, which can’t bear not to believe that the authorities will deliver what our financial market investing thesis requires, while at the same time being utterly incompetent.”
“They are willing to take the whole 5 percent, or even more, alone.”
Well, the President got off to a slow start on Twitter this morning. Fortunately, he redeemed himself about a half hour later.
“Do you see how bad this is? It is the worst kind of exploitation.”
This kind of complacency is in the face of multiple flashpoints and powder kegs is “unwelcome.”
“Successful trading depends on a delicate balancing act between confidence and fear. If you stray off the path, it’s best to take a few minutes to get your bearings before rushing headlong again.”
It seems like Article 155 is next. As of now, it’s not entirely clear what all that would entail, but the bottom line is that this just moved one step further in the direction of becoming an actual crisis with spillover potential.
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Oh, boy. Try to wrap your head around all of this.
“No. He tweeted about Mika Brzezinski’s plastic surgery, but not about that.”
“Her health,” Trump explained. “No good. Diabetes.”