Until very recently, it was standard operating procedure for most diehard fundies to wall themselves off from the rest of
Donald Trump declared at the 2016 GOP Convention that he was running for president because the system was broken, and
China will remain neutral if North Korea fires missiles at United States territory first, but should the U.S. launch a preemptive strike, North Korea’s chief ally would come to the North’s aide.
In a pair of tweets Saturday, President Donald Trump expressed his disappointment with China over North Korea firing an intercontinental ballistic missile.
The answer would be: yes!
Why worry about the nagging details of actual policy when a good photo-op exerts its own magic?
And Russia has already been told they better stand down.
Trump did promise to run government like his business, after all, and there’s no profit in standing up for the oppressed gay men of Chechnya — or anyone else.
Trump’s rhetoric doesn’t match reality.
Trump knows not what he says and does, so here’s what he probably said during that controversial phone call to Taiwan.