President Trump Hosts a Working Lunch with African Leaders

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9 Responses to President Trump Hosts a Working Lunch with African Leaders

  1. Lucille says:

    Well done! Besides being knowledgeable about their countries, I’m sure the African leaders recognize his sincere interest in wanting the best for everyone. What a sweetheart he is! Thank you, Mr. President.


    • czarowniczy says:

      Press was whoning about how Trump said ‘Nambia’ instead of ‘Namibia’….bet his speech was written on an iPad.


      • Lucille says:

        Yeah, I caught that, too.

        Of course the critics are probably saying that the President, being the bimblehead he is, doesn’t even know where Namibia is located. Remember how they howled when BHO said there were 57 states? Yeah, me neither. Drivel spouting mediocracies collectively lost their memories when their god made a mistake.

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        • czarowniczy says:

          Well now, Trump’s a rich, old, white guy that earned his money, not exactly the way the New Democrats think money should come to one. Rats are always suspicious of prople who make money rather than steal it, work ethics make them jittery.
          Obama, on the other hand, can explsin the holes in his efucation like he does everything else he fails at: ain’t his fault, he’s the product of a system of endemic racism by the kuffars in the US. Simple.


          • stella says:

            And now he’s earning $400,000 per speech to Wall Street groups, but do you hear the media reports about it? Thought not.


            • czarowniczy says:

              The Left fears the working class even though it tries to identify with it. People who earn money tend to want to keep it while the Left wants to take it away and support their parasitic base. Best the MSM not report that there are ways to make money other than ‘waiting for the check’.


  2. czarowniczy says:

    Wonder who picked up the lunch check?


  3. Lburg says:

    There is our President….putting the potential on the table, and then extolling the value of peace and health as precursors to prosperity. All while putting the responsibility for solutions squarely on African nations, where it belongs.


  4. czarowniczy says:

    When you’re talking 21st, or even 20th, century standards to Africa you might as well be talking about the benefits of parallel parking to a chicken. Progress, civilization, human rights sre European standards, trying to enforce them on any foreign culture, sub-Saharan Africa in particular, is racist, culturally imperialist, yada yada yada…fill in the prog socioanthropological blank.
    Look at the billions Europe and the US have spent there, especially on infrastructure. The tribalist vice the nationalist ethos still prevails, those ‘countries’ are foreign creations. Various tribes are still slaughtering each other, albeit now more efficiently with quality foreign weapons. Tinpot Idi Amin clones still run countries, witch doctors still run neck-and-neck with medical doctors, disease runs rampant. The Left still believes that if we can heave enough money into the black hole it will magically become whole while the supra-Saharan Moslem nations believe that if they aid in killing enough Christians and animists it will become Jannah.


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