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R.L. News => General News => American News => Topic started by: Rev.Dibbs on 05 April 2019 at 13:58

Title: J.O.G. Puppets
Post by: Private on 05 April 2019 at 13:58
A lot of tough talk, just to fold. This seems to be turning into Trump's M.O. (modus operandi). I never thought Trump was a savior of the White Race or even had us in mind for any of his policies, but thought he might of been at least a speed bump for the flow of muds into our country. Unfortunately I was wrong.


President Trump decides not to close US-Mexico borderTrump says he will not close the southern border -- at least for now

By:Mark Meredith 
Updated: Apr 04, 2019 08:51 PM EDT

 WASHINGTON (NEXSTAR) - Thursday night, President Trump is backing away from his threat to close the U.S.-Mexico border. The president had hinted he may shut down the border this week over concerns of a rise in illegal immigration.

"We're going to give them a one-year warning," he said.

Trump says he will not close the U.S.-Mexico border -- at least for now.

"If the drugs don't stop -- or largely stop -- we're going to put tariffs on Mexico and products."

All week, the president had threatened to completely shut down the border after Homeland Security officials reported a sharp spike in illegal crossings.

Even Republican lawmakers warned him to think again.

"Closing down the border would have a potentially catastrophic economic impact," said Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell.

Veronica Nigh, an economist with the American Farm Bureau, said if border checkpoints are closed, even for short periods of time, it hits consumers in the pocketbook.

"We're used to being able to ship seven days a week, and delays at the port just add additional cost time and additional time, and we'd see that pretty quickly."

Trump will travel to Southern California on Friday. Deputy Press Secretary Hogan Gidley says the president will focus on what's being done to curb illegal immigration.

"He's going to show the American people we're building a wall. This piece has already been completed, we're moving on to more building now."

Democrats argue that building the wall is as bad of an idea as completely closing the border. A lawsuit by several states to stop wall construction continues to make its way through the courts.
Title: Re: J.O.G. Puppets
Post by: Private on 05 April 2019 at 21:31
So Trump is threatening to put Tariffs on Mexico? Can he legally achieve that!?

NAAFTA agreement would prevent that.

Title: Re: J.O.G. Puppets
Post by: Private on 05 April 2019 at 22:22
So Trump is threatening to put Tariffs on Mexico? Can he legally achieve that!?

NAAFTA agreement would prevent that.

I thought the same thing brother. This is Trump's response, so take it for what it's worth.

Trump says Mexico auto tariff threat supersedes new NAFTA pact

04/05/2019 11:12 AM EDT

President Donald Trump said Friday that the deal his administration struck with Mexico on its auto exports won't count if the country fails to stop Central American migrants from illegally crossing the border to enter the United States.

If "for any reason Mexico stops apprehending and bringing the illegals back to where they came from, the U.S. will be forced to Tariff at 25 percent all cars made in Mexico and shipped over the Border to us. If that doesn’t work, which it will, I will close the Border," Trump wrote on Twitter.

"This will supersede USMCA," Trump continued, referring to the new North American trade deal, which has yet to be ratified in the U.S., Mexico or Canada. "Likewise I am looking at an economic penalty for the 500 Billion Dollars in illegal DRUGS that are shipped and smuggled through Mexico and across our Southern Border. Over 100,00 Americans die each year, sooo many families destroyed!"

Trump's threat to raise tariffs on Mexican auto exports came a day after he said he would give the country one year to crack down on illegal border crossings before he brings down the tariff hammer. That represents a retreat from his previous threat to immediately close the border, an action that many industry groups and economists argued would have a catastrophic effect on the U.S. economy.

But the president's remarks Friday morning also raise questions about whether he will abide by the terms of any trade deal he strikes or whether he will continue to insist on more concessions from trading partners after agreements have been reached.

In the final months of talks to renegotiate NAFTA, Canada and Mexico faced the threat of Trump imposing a 25 percent tariff on their automobile and auto parts exports to the United States as a result of a Commerce Department investigation into whether imports of those goods pose a threat to U.S. national security.

Both countries negotiated quotas with the Trump administration that would shield a certain amount of their auto exports from any new duties Trump could impose on national security grounds. In Mexico's case, the U.S. agreed to exclude 2.6 million passenger cars, all light trucks and $108 billion in auto parts trade from any national security tariffs.

That agreement, which came in the form of a side letter to the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement, is already in force, even though none of the three nations have approved the NAFTA replacement.

Trump said on Friday he would not be constrained by the side agreement if he feels Mexico has not done enough to restrict illegal border crossings. But he also indicated he did not expect to have to impose the tariffs on Mexican auto exports, because he believes the United States' southern neighbor is already doing more to help his administration stem the tide of migrants crossing the border illegally.

"Mexico, for the first time in decades, is meaningfully apprehending illegals at THEIR Southern Border, before the long march up to the U.S. This is great and the way it should be. The big flow will stop," Trump said.

Title: Re: J.O.G. Puppets
Post by: Private on 08 June 2019 at 02:06
I could of called it. More tough talk from our race traitor and chief Donald Trump just to fold again. I don't  know about y'all but I'm seeing a definite pattern. What could the Mexican government have got accomplished in this short time span. Any person with common sense, truly wanting the best for us in the insanity they call border protection would have at least waited to see results. We all know you can't trust a kike, nigger or any other of the mud races, so stop making deals with them expecting for them to keep their agreements.


Trump says the US has ‘indefinitely suspended’ planned tariffs against Mexico after reaching a deal



Trump said the 5% tariffs he threatened to impose against Mexico have been suspended indefinitely.The president said Mexico, in return, has agreed to take “strong measures” to stop illegal migration from coming through the U.S. southern border. The tariffs were scheduled to go into effect on Monday. 

President Donald Trump said on Friday that the United States and Mexico have signed an agreement to avoid tariffs that were scheduled to go into effect on Monday.

Trump said that Mexico in return has agreed to take “strong measures” to stop illegal migration from coming through the U.S. southern border. 

Mexico’s Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard also announced that the U.S. would not impose tariffs. Ebrard said on Thursday that Mexico would deploy its national guard to its southern border with Guatemala in an effort to slow migration from Central America.  

Last week, Trump had threatened to impose 5% tariffs on all Mexican imports starting June 10 if Mexico didn’t do more to stop illegal immigration. Those tariffs were set to gradually increase to 25% over the coming months if Mexico did not meet the White House’s demands. 

Trump’s abrupt decision to target Mexico shook markets, which were already facing uncertainty over the escalating trade war between the U.S. and China. 

The Dow dropped 3% the week ending May 31, posting its sixth weekly loss and its longest losing streak since 2011. Trump’s tariff threat had sent the peso reeling against the dollar and put pressure on automakers such as GM, Ford and Fiat which produce cars in Mexico. 

Amid concerns that Trump was opening another trade war, Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said on Tuesday that the central bank is “closely monitoring the implications of these developments for the U.S. economic outlook and, as always, we will act as appropriate to sustain the expansion.”

The Dow closed up on Friday, posting its best week since November, on the hope that the Federal Reserve would cut interest rates.

Mexico President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrado had quickly signaled that he was willing to cut a deal to avoid tariffs by tightening immigration controls. 

Mexican and U.S. officials met in Washington this week to discuss the border and Trump indicated that there was a good chance tariffs would be averted.

In a Twitter post earlier on Friday, Trump said Mexico would need to start purchasing farm and agricultural products “at very high levels.” It wasn’t immediately clear if agriculture was part of the signed agreement.
Title: Re: J.O.G. Puppets
Post by: Private on 08 June 2019 at 03:56
It's obvious what Trump's after now: An international trade conglomerate with Israel at its head and chief profiteer, American workers replaced by muds in the US, and international deals with Mexico, Canada, Australia and the UK as trade and military allies obligated to the welfare of Israel.

White people die for Israel in its wars of conquest, while the mud races work for Israel in the factories and on the farms across the world. If Whites want jobs, they are to join the army and die - because when they get out, the only thing they are sure to get is a cardboard box to live in.
Title: Re: J.O.G. Puppets
Post by: Private on 08 June 2019 at 16:14
Another example of how embedded the kike parasite has burrowed into our government. And even though I know Jared Kushner is a kike, I was unaware of how close a connection he had to Israel.


When Bibi Slept In Jared Kushner’s Bed

February 12, 2017 By Naomi Zeveloff

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is so close with Jared Kushner’s family that he once slept in Kushner’s childhood bedroom, according to a New York Times profile of Kushner. (Kushner, then a teenager, slept in the basement that night.)

Kushner, U.S. President Donald Trump’s adviser and son-in-law, will convene with Netanyahu and Trump in a much-anticipated meeting about the U.S.-Israel relationship on Wednesday of this week.

For Kushner, it will be also be a reunion with a close family associate. Kushner’s father, Charles Kushner, had a personal relationship with the Israeli prime minister. Netanyahu visited Charles Kushner, a real estate mogul, in his office and also spent time at a Jewish school financed by the family. Netanyahu even included Charles Kushner on a list of wealthy American Jews likely to contribute to the Likud primary elections a few years ago, reported the New York Times.

Trump has fingered Kushner as a Mideast peace broker. But Kushner’s family donations to West Bank settlements and ties to Netanyahu have made critics question whether he would be an impartial negotiator.