Why did the decision to bomb Syria change everything for some Donald Trump loyalist? Many of Trump’s supporters are asking where is the “America First” policy now? In the opening monologue today, #BKP discusses how foreign policy decisions that President Donald Trump has made does not change his domestic policy agenda.
Trump is negotiating at all times whether it be a meeting with the President of China or a CEO summit at The White House. During the campaign, candidate Donald Trump talked about our trade deficit with China along with them devaluing their money. Trump is the first president that had the nerve to tie North Korea and trade together only using 130 characters, called Twitter. #BKP ties together today all the reasons you should not jump off the “Trump Train”. Going from one meeting to the next Trump works 14 – 16 hours a day. He is not just another scenic railroad like Obama; He is a bullet train Trump. So don’t jump now because you could get hurt.
Watch part two of this segment below.
While most media outlets are concerned with a position change with one of Trump’s Chief Advisors, Steve Bannon, The President is meeting with King Abdullah of Jordan, President Abdel Fattah El-sisi of Egypt and President Xi Jinping of China. In one week President Donald Trump will set into motion to solve the crisis in North Korea, Syria and begin to workout Middle East peace with Israel and their allies. Most world leaders would agree on one word describing Trump – COURAGE. The world leaders that seem to be concerned about President Trump have one thing in common; They are all Globalist. The United Nations, The European Union, and The European Elite.
In this segment we discuss the 24 years of failed North Korean policy by highlighting three Presidents and six Secretary of States. President Bill Clinton – Secretary of State Christopher Warren and Madeleine Albright. President George W. Bush – Secretary of State Colin Powell and Condoleezza Rice. President Barack Obama – Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and John Kerry.
North Korea continues to test fire ballistic missiles that they claim can cary a nuclear war head to the West coast of the United States. Now President Donald Trump is left with a 24 year disaster that he will likely have to deal with within the first 100 days of his Presidency.
Every Friday the All-Star Panel discusses the political issues of the week. Issues we covered this week:
- General Michael Flynn asks for immunity before he testifies to Congress.
- Texas Governor, Greg Abbott, may sign a bill that will allow the sherif’s in Sanctuary Cities that do not comply with Federal Law to be arrested.
- Two Democrats plan to support Neil Gorsuch’s approval to The Supreme Court.
- We also asked the question why so much focus on Trump and Russia instead of John Podesta and Russia.
You don’t want to miss #BKP’s final statement about Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell!
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The offense and defense of the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline continues after Trump’s recent approval of the permit for TransCanada.
There is still a domestic tug of war concerning the issue. But, there’s only one correct choice in this day and age. So, what is it?
6th Congressional District of Georgia Special Election to replace new HHS Secretary Tom Price. Interview with candidate (R) Judson Hill
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The failed American Health Care Act just changed the entire GA 6th Congressional District race. Karen Handel releases a very good campaign video going after John Ossoff but can Republicans promise to stop Nancy Pelosi’s agenda? And that they are the party that can deliver? Although Handel’s campaign video may have the right message, it may be the wrong time. #BKP explains how the failed bill may be a gift to Ossoff and leaves Republican candidates scrambling to decide which side of the Republican party they are on. Three strikes and the Republican party could lose the House.