Monday, January 30, 2017

Ah, yes. Keep your friends close and your enemies closer. I am sure the UK is trying to sort out the degree it keeps Trump close.

The United Kingdom can expect to be greeted with every terrorist attack in history and how many were sustained by the UK. It will probably include the centuries of unrest with Northern Ireland.

Look, Trump is looking to defame the allies and provide the IMAGE of being weak on "terror." We have heard this before from a previous Republican administration. This time it will be a more flamboyant media driven approach. I am sure Russia will receive a positive review to the allies and maybe even some intimidation.

This is from RT (Russian Television).

30 January 2017

The latest targets (click here) of US President Donald Trump’s ire are fellow Republican Senators John McCain & Lindsey Graham, who Trump says should focus on important issues “instead of always looking to start World War III.”...

Graham and McCain are brothers separated at birth. They aren't going anywhere. Their electorate has forgotten there are primaries before elections. Arguing or trying to change the image of these two men is useless. I know for a fact John McCain has experience being a target and he lived through it.

NATO has to remember Russia was an ally in WWII, not so much in WWIII. I look at it this way, the "Axis Powers" lost.

January 30, 2017
By the AP

London — A state visit to Britain (click here) by President Donald Trump later this year will go ahead, the British prime minister's office said Monday, despite increasing calls for it to be canceled over his temporary ban on residents of seven majority-Muslim countries entering the U.S.

"An invitation has been extended and accepted," Prime Minister Theresa May's Downing St. office said.

No date has been announced for the state visit, which involves lavish pomp and ceremony, often with a stay at Buckingham Palace hosted by Queen Elizabeth II.

The visit was announced by May during her visit to meet Trump in Washington on Friday, and hailed by government officials as a sign of the close trans-Atlantic relationship....