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President Donald Trump spoke with CNBC anchor Joe Kernen on Thursday just outside the Oval Office at the White House. The conversation touched on the state of the U.S. economy, America's trade wars — and the president's news-making remarks about the Federal Reserve's ongoing interest-rate hikes.
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카멜레온 카멜레온
일본은ᆞ전쟁범죄자들이다
David Hassmann
#TRUMP2020
Jay Patel
12:54 Trump tells us his strategy is output from a Hammer-like computer. Mind to computer to mind correction. Q has got to be the system he's using. Output to generate world peace, and Jobs! Am I close?
ELCAPORAL74 OCTAVIO MARQUEZ
QUE DIFERENCIA. ESTE GRAN SEÑOR, Y EL RESTO DE TARADOS DE REPORTEROS. EL PENDEJO DE JORGE RAMOS
Andy Dulosa
President Donald Trump says and I quote AMERICA FIRST!
peter baxter
He can't speak without lying.
Joe Me
WOW MSM can conduct a respectful interview. Its old and a needle in a haystack since but its possible. Dont know about everyone else but ive been tired of this liberal NWO twilight zone agenda.
Barry Ryan
Donald Trump. A liar, a cheat, a xenophobe, A sexist amoral and dreadful human being without an ounce of empathy
in his entire body. Can you imagine the bad luck to have such a man as your father?
Napthalicious
Smoke and mirrors, again, folks. One's a journalist for a major network, the other a businessman/politician. When have you ever known anyone of the above to be entirely honest? For example, the Chinese Yuan is not 'dropping like a rock'. It's value against the U.S. Dollar, over the past 4 years, has gone down from 1 Yuan=16.66 cents to 1 Yuan=14.51 cents, a decrease of 2.15 cents. That means that 1 Dollar will buy you 14.81 more cents worth of Yuan than it did 4 years ago.
So, if I go to China today and exchange $1,000 U.S, I will come up with $14 more worth of Yuan than I did before. You might think that then I could take a million Dollars over, exchange it and make a tidy profit. But that's not the way it works. It would take multiple exchanges in multiple different countries in order to come back and exchange whatever I've got after for more than what I started with, because it exchanges back at the same rate.
What makes my Dollar 'appear' more valuable in China is its purchasing power, IN CHINA! I can buy a pack of Marlboro cigarettes in Beijing for less than $3 US. That same pack in New York costs $13! On the same note, I can fill up my gas tank in Shanghai for around 30 cents a gallon, while back home in Los Angeles, it's currently over $4 per gallon, again.
The real reason for this is that the strength of the Dollar in the U.S. goes DOWN as the so-called 'economy' improves. The more money the general population has, the less it is worth overall; coupled with the fact that the higher the demand and lower the resource for a given product, the higher its relative value becomes (inflation in a nutshell). Add to this our government's compulsive need to tax everybody to the hilt for everything they purchase, borrow or own and you end up with a homeless population whose growth visibly outpaces that of the corporate sector's bottom line.
Donald Trump continually espouses the need for a wall between the U.S. and Mexico. But, he owns a chain of hotels and resorts around the world. Do you think for even a moment that any one of those businesses does not have an illegal migrant worker from somewhere else in its employ? Who makes the beds? Who mows the grass? Who takes out the trash? An army of middle-class white people? I think not.
I spent nearly a year working in the UAE (Emirates). Color, culture, breed, social status, education/skills and (most importantly) linguistic capabilities were all in play at once. Very primitive. What I saw was that if you came from Africa, you were a general service-person. If you came from India, Arabia or the Philippines, you could step up and work in customer service or maybe even own a small business. If you were Chinese, you were with the contractor over-seeing the project (or you were for-hire to spend the night with, in some cases). If you were from Nepal, you were little more than a slave-laborer. If you came from Canada or the EAU, you were a VIP, a specialist, often an engineer of some sort. But if you came from the U.S., you were practically a god, no matter what your job. Everyone would ask "How can I go to America?" I would think 'well, by plane or by boat, just keep going west over the ocean til you hit land again.' But I never actually said it, I just thought it. Instead I would tell them the 'truth': "apply to the 'immigration lottery', hope, pray, cross your fingers and chant whatever juju you think might be helpful, and wait. But don't be disappointed when they overlook you for the millionth time. You don't really wanna go there anyway. Trust me, you're far better off here."
It never really occurred to me (although I well knew it, even then) to explain that geographically, 'America' is a major set of sub-oceanic, tectonic plates that together support some 2/5ths of the planet's dry-land surface-area and contain no less than 23 independent countries and dozens more of islands and territories. What I probably should have said to everyone who asked how to get to America was: "Simple, go on-line and find a job you can do in Iceland, then apply for the job and the visa that goes with it. You might have to save up for your own transport, but I'm sure they'd love to have you." (And yes, Iceland is 'in' (or more correctly 'on') 'America'. Look it up).
My point is that nothing you are being fed by the pundits is the 'real' truth as it pertains to you, personally. It's ALL smoke and mirrors. Nothing is just what it seems to be: nothing.
Do not vote for Trump just because they tell you the 'economy' is strong. Do not vote for his 2020 Democratic opposer just because it is not. I cast my vote for Gary Johnson.
Twice, now...
张明
To the people who said Trump did a good job, you really should listen to all the other state leaders, what they say about him. I’ll tell you, they, as much differences as they have, shockingly share the same view on Trump. Wouldn’t that mean anything? I’ll leave it to you guys. Don’t listen to me. Listen to the world.
Brad Tremblay
Hello world
Alexandre Le Burel
Trumps only like to give away money to Israel
Carew Martin
The more I see of Trump the more I like him, we need a guy like him in Canada instead of Prime Minister Zoolander
Lienthi Bui
THE MORE PEOPLE AGAINST YOU , THE MORE YOU WILL SUCCESSFULL, PEOPLE WILL SEE WELL , AND VOTE FOR YOU. NO ONE CAN BEAT YOU.
Lienthi Bui
I BELIEVED IN YOU MR PRESIDENT. YOU ARE THE BEST.
Roberto Blanes Blanes
DONALD...EL PADRE TE PUESTO POR JUSTICIA....! ! ! !
MEJOR DICHO ESTAS EN ESE LUGAR POR JUSTICIA A TU PUEBLO...PERO VEO EN LOS INMUNDOS TU DEBILIDADES..... ES TAN CIERTO EL SUEÑO AMERICANO....QUE SEGUIRA SIENDO SUEÑO...HASTA CONVERTIRSE...EN LA NADA.. ???????????

JEHOVÁ DIOS PADRE SANTO DE TODA JUSTICIA...! !

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Commander
All you ever get from Trump, any Trump for that matter are lies
Carmen Gardiner
MR. PRESIDENT TRUMP, YOU MAKES US SO PROUD REPRESENTING US IN ALL THE COUNTRIES YOU HAVE GONE.  THANK YOU FOR TEACHING THOSE PEOPLE FROM THE MEDIA WHAT DO YOU STAND FOR WITH COURAGE, DETERMINATION, AND STAMINA. THANK YOU.!!!
Green Tweety
Thank you Mr Trump for being a thinking president and not a mindless puppet like the last two so called presidents.
Rodney Johnston
Thank you Donald Trump for everything if you done For us I understand what you are Saying go to school and work hard and learn a skill it will reward you You have to work hard to be someone
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