Trump Spanks Closest Allies With Tariffs, Plans To Clear All Mercedes From 5th Avenue Where He Hypothetically Shoots Random People Without Losing Voters

Trump Spanks Closest Allies With Tariffs, Plans To Clear All Mercedes From 5th Avenue Where He Hypothetically Shoots Random People Without Losing Voters

Yeah, so true to all of the reporting from Wednesday evening (I tried to document the whirlwind of headlines and weave them into some kind of coherent narrative for you here), the Trump administration, in its infinite wisdom, has decided to go ahead and slap the E.U. (climate-loving, car cheaters), Mexico (drug dealing rapists) and Canada (pussy-footing, wood thieves) with punishing steel and aluminum tariffs. The decision, essentially reported on Wednesday after multiple leaks, came just a day
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8 thoughts on “Trump Spanks Closest Allies With Tariffs, Plans To Clear All Mercedes From 5th Avenue Where He Hypothetically Shoots Random People Without Losing Voters

  1. Germany is already much closer and friendlier with both Russia and China, the latter being the Germans’ biggest trade partner – by far! Maybe even Canada will move into China’s sphere, lots of talk they’d like to.

    Regardless, the huge China-Russia-Germany-Iran-India alliance is the most economically powerful force in human history, and the US (which currently ranks a distant #3 economically behind #1 China and #2 EU) would be pragmatic to bow to their power, lest the US be squished like a bug.

  2. Strangely, this person’s lack of a good education, along with being mentored by a ‘mean’ Roy Cohn who didn’t need anyone telling him what to do…Are we surprised by his actions against his allies? Shouldn’t be, this man will take us all down, just like his precursor in mannerisms, narcissism and the treatment of close allies, Benito Mussolini.

    Putin is laughing at all of us…

      1. Hello Ms. bunny; ‘shooting oneself in the foot’, hardly the repercussions that will be felt by all working Americans. Consider any pretend increase in wages–out the door and families’ increasing hardships.
        Getting closer to the 25th Amendment, I hope so…

  3. We punish our allies under the pretense of national security but we make “a deal” with ZTE, who our intelligence agencies have determined to be an actual security threat.

    I’m really struggling to come up with a unifying theory regarding Trump’s policies that don’t involve him being compromised by Russia and accepting bribes/kickbacks from China. Is anyone else getting tired of all the “winning”?

    1. I support free, fair trade but he is pushing protectionism just like he continuously campaigned on. The problem is execution is poor and IMO he is getting a lot of bad advice especially from the likes of Navarro. As for the winning, select groups of union workers win at the expense of everyone else.

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