UPDATE: Trump Claims Good Relations With G-7 Leaders
UPDATE: President Donald Trump slammed the mainstream media for depicting his supposed icy relations with leaders at the G-7 summit in Canada, claiming instead that he has a good relationship with Angela Merkel, Justin Trudeau and others.
President Trump tweeted:
President Donald Trump called the leader of the European Union a “brutal killer” during his visit to the G-7 summit in Canada, where he reportedly wrangled with Trudea and German chancellor Angela Merkel.
Trump helped to fight for Brexit in 2016, celebrating Great Britain’s departure from the EU at one of his golf courses in Scotland.
Bloomberg reports: “Trump told me last week ‘you are a brutal killer,”’ Juncker, a Luxembourger, said during a speech to the Bavarian Parliament in Munich on Thursday. “That’s the first time that Luxembourg has grown into such a threat to the U.S. I think he meant it as a compliment, but I’m not so sure.” The comments illustrate the confusion that Trump is sowing among U.S. allies with his protectionist tilt, withdrawal from landmark international agreements to fight climate change and to prevent Iran from developing nuclear arms, and criticism of defense spending by fellow North Atlantic Treaty Organization members.”
Of course, the European Union is responsible for moving in massive numbers of Middle Eastern migrants from the Muslim world, and watching as the migrants lay claim to nations once affiliated with Western civilization. Knife attacks, car-rammings, and gang rapes are now prevalent throughout EU-member countries.
The photo of Angela Merkel and other leaders confronting President Trump at the summit went viral, and proves iconic for both sides. To the Left, Merkel was standing up to an American nationalist leader who refuses to cooperate. To the Right and independent-minded Trump supporters, the image simply demonstrated the President’s strength:
Of course, Angela Merkel was instrumentally involved in helping Barack Obama surveil President Donald Trump during the Obama-Gate spy scandal.
House lawmakers are zeroing in on a meeting that German chancellor Angela Merkel held with President Obama at a key moment as one of the FISA warrants against Trump was set to expire. Lawmakers are aware of the role of foreign governments in collaborating with U.S. intelligence agencies in the Trump investigation as recently as 2017.
Germany provided information beginning in 2015 to aide British spies and the Obama administration in compiling the Christopher Steele “dossier.”
Obama had been called out by the Drudge Report for visiting foreign leaders in Europe in the spring of 2017 right before President Trump visited those leaders in Europe. It turns out that one of those Obama meetings is now under scrutiny on Capitol Hill.
Deputy attorney general Rod Rosenstein gave a redacted document to Rep. Devin Nunes, showing two major redactions about the creation of the Trump “Dossier” and the launch of FISA warrants and Robert Mueller’s investigation during the 2016 campaign. The redactions were: “the name of a country and the name of a foreign agent who supplied information.”…