How a trade war was started

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Binge Bammer
Binge Bammer - Vor 3 Monate
Save american jobs by making steel and aluminum 25% more expensive compared to what europeans pay for the same materials? Yea great job there mr president haha
Fabzil
Fabzil - Vor 3 Monate
What a fucking baby
TheCstar07
TheCstar07 - Vor 3 Monate
Are you kidding me?! An advert made him do this?
Jerzy Feliks
Jerzy Feliks - Vor 4 Monate
Anyone's surprised?
The Guy That makes you mad
*It's ALUMINIUM you yanky doodle fuckwits...*
Equality Four
Equality Four - Vor 4 Monate
Quick! Hire the same woman to voiceover an ad for Medicare For All. Say it'll save companies money, too (it will).
Pr3ssPl4y
Pr3ssPl4y - Vor 4 Monate
What is this, the industrial revolution?! Shouldn't we be looking forward into AI and dialing back our environmental challenges instead of these *stupid* policies. F!ck. I can't wait to vote this f!cker out of office.
Mispronounced Bass
Mispronounced Bass - Vor 4 Monate
Look at the stock numbers as he says that shit.
Manu Gulati
Manu Gulati - Vor 4 Monate
Holy poop this is crazy
oflightz
oflightz - Vor 4 Monate
The word you were looking for is "indefinite" period, not "unlimited" you brain-dead buffoon. You're about 60 IQ points lower than what should be the minimum requirement for any public servant, let alone president.
ErykaSoleil
ErykaSoleil - Vor 4 Monate
Is this seriously where we are as a country right now? *sighs heavily* I suppose the Catheter Cowboy wasn't praising Trump enough for him to be moved by any of John Oliver's ads. It's so exciting to be an American right now, in that Oh-God-what's-happened-while-I-was-sleeping way. :/
ruddinfhd
ruddinfhd - Vor 4 Monate
Idiot
Anon
Anon - Vor 4 Monate
Literally a trade war started over nothing but ego.
despairedboy
despairedboy - Vor 4 Monate
Yeah to protect American jobs against job stealing Canadians right? That's it America, on behalf of Canada, we want a divorce, who's with me?!
define crazy
define crazy - Vor 4 Monate
I am all for trump's plan but when he says it is for defense I just cant help my self laughing. America spends $600 billion on defense. also Europeans are not stupid.they obey USA because there is benefit in it. If USA put taxes on steel and aluminum then Europe wont act like a puppet. for example sanctioning Iran and Russia when it is hurting their economy.
C J Titan
C J Titan - Vor 4 Monate
Economists can only think in terms of competition. They are completely sold on the idea that to produce anything you must compete. Tribalism
Amelie Caron
Amelie Caron - Vor 4 Monate
conservative suck abstract desperate confident employment way leader japanese arrange much.
PhilfreezeCH
PhilfreezeCH - Vor 4 Monate
Good thing China and so on don't export Aluminum, they export Aluminium.
Fuzzyelepant
Fuzzyelepant - Vor 4 Monate
nice edit
Blobux Blob
Blobux Blob - Vor 4 Monate
I thought he said "americans steal" lol
Bomspresh Eze
Bomspresh Eze - Vor 4 Monate
this is basically gonna be a livershot to the economy following the dow drops lol
Mark Summers
Mark Summers - Vor 4 Monate
At this rate trump's gonna have to bring back slavery just so America can stay competitive
Amir Smit
Amir Smit - Vor 4 Monate
Strain chain journey sugar poem helpful pig Palestinian best nut throughout.
tankthomas44
tankthomas44 - Vor 4 Monate
Too bad the Japanese own the steel factory where I live. Robbed my dad of his pension & retirement 20 years ago. He still works for US steel aka great lakes steel (owned by the Japanese). He is 62 now. He will probably get screwed again by social security next. Thank Trump. You are a real gem dumb ass
Monica Santos
Monica Santos - Vor 4 Monate
"Defense ... We need it even for defense"
USA haven't defended anything since Pearl Harbor. You probably mean offense when you say defense. All your enemies are paper tigers
stone1andonly
stone1andonly - Vor 4 Monate
I liked the Spongebob "2 Days Later" panel, its the perfect highlight to the absurdity of the situation.
archlinuxrussian
archlinuxrussian - Vor 4 Monate
Huh...this is oddly familiar...oh yeah, this happened back in 2002 with Bush. If you're going to do this, at least do a bit of *preliminary* thinking before hand to see if there's any precedent or historical lessons to be learned.
Samarth Taneja
Samarth Taneja - Vor 4 Monate
archlinuxrussian I don’t think Trump knows what a precedent even means. It doesn’t matter anyway because he gets half the ideas for his legislation from Fox and Friends
Brian C
Brian C - Vor 4 Monate
If that's the (SF-Oakland) Bay Bridge, that was made mostly from Chinese Steel lol, so that's kinda like when Ralph Lauren had athletes wear US apparel, in '08, that were"made in China"
Cody Rogers
Cody Rogers - Vor 4 Monate
better put a leash on that mut
mathis martens
mathis martens - Vor 4 Monate
act fund responsible through inner town dining lead iron.
DJ Ghoul
DJ Ghoul - Vor 4 Monate
Have we actually reached the stage where the best way for lobbyists to communicate with the President of the United States is through cable TV ads?
Poki#3
Poki#3 - Vor 4 Monate
Where's the Catheter Cowboy when we need him?
Steffen Reimann
Steffen Reimann - Vor 4 Monate
I find the defence argumentation still totally ridiculous!
The EU would sell any kind of steel and aluminium to North America till the end of time.
It's really sad that he go that stupid path. China do some hypocritical things: Claims for total open markets but his own is extremely restricted.
Instead of hitting the China and the EU with that he could have corporate with us against China.
Steffen Reimann
Steffen Reimann - Vor 4 Monate
No I don't think that China is a real communist country. It's a capitalist economy with way to much government influence which is controlled by a communist party. But why do you ask? :-)
Hayden Lau
Hayden Lau - Vor 4 Monate
Steffen Reimann China's market is hardly restricted. Did you think China was actually communist?
Shaky Hand Pictures
Shaky Hand Pictures - Vor 4 Monate
Stupid America, the world needs to stop trading with this fascist country, isolation is the only answer, let them all have guns and have a civil war, then send the winners to their Russian fatherland.
FreeStyle
FreeStyle - Vor 4 Monate
Is this real? xD
Don Draper
Don Draper - Vor 4 Monate
His infrastructure budget just went up 5% AND he messed up the global trade in the process. This child needs to be given his toys and shown the door.
proudblackjynx
proudblackjynx - Vor 4 Monate
How pathetic. It's amazing I'm actually somewhat surprised about how easily Trump is manipulated. Then again, so many Americans are that easily manipulated into voting for him.
sixstringedthing
sixstringedthing - Vor 4 Monate
Would this be the same imported steel and aluminium that the Trump Group used in the construction of at least three of its largest and most recent projects? Has anybody called him on that yet?
sixstringedthing
sixstringedthing - Vor 4 Monate
Connor Skudlarek That's a fair point well made. It also appears that there will be no exemption for any country, strategic allies or otherwise, so it would seem that my earlier prediction about Trump's companies skirting his own tariff plan is false. Wait and see I guess... It concerns me because I'm an Australian citizen, and our local export industries stand to lose over $300 million annually, which is a fair chunk of turnover in an economy the size of ours. But as you say, Trump has to do what's best (or at least, what's _perceived_ to be best) for "everyday Americans".
Connor Skudlarek
Connor Skudlarek - Vor 4 Monate
As much as I hate Trump, and I hate this tariff plan, I don't think it is hypocritical of him. Trump when he was business tycoon had an obligation to profit, now Trump as President has an obligation to Americans, followed by an obligation to our allies, followed by an obligation to the rest of the world. If, in his (wrong) opinion, steel tariffs are good for Americans, then he has an obligation to enact it, even though business tycoon Trump would have lobbied against it. That isn't hypocritical, that's just the difference between job responsibilities.
sixstringedthing
sixstringedthing - Vor 4 Monate
I'm pointing out the fact that Donald Trump is not only a liar, he is also a hypocrite. Edit: I'll be clearer: his companies have been cheerfully using imported construction materials for a decade or more. It seems rather hypocritical to now be bemoaning the rapid decline of the local industries at the behest of a lobbying organisation. I confidently predict that certain exemptions will be set up along with these new tariffs, and sooner or later one of Trump's companies will again be found using cheaper imported materials rather than "good old home grown American steel". The man literally says whatever he thinks his supporter base wants to hear, and then forgets about it 30 seconds later. He's still in "win the election" mode. He lives his entire life in "win the election" mode. That's why he keeps spouting ridiculous bullshit all the time. Is that clear enough? ;)
Demography Now!
Demography Now! - Vor 4 Monate
sixstringedthing What's your point? Seriously, what exactly is your point?
consumer
consumer - Vor 4 Monate
To be clear, I just used a scene from 'Our Cartoon President', and edited the ad onto it. In the original scene, he was watching his greatest hits of the presidential campaign.
Oscar McCormack
Oscar McCormack - Vor 4 Monate
MadManDan Yea, but that's the only string to its bow.
MadManDan
MadManDan - Vor 4 Monate
consumer it gets Trump down to a T, tho. With Trump being stupid as fuck, it's not hard, i know, but that's the world we're living in.
consumer
consumer - Vor 4 Monate
It's not too good.
Oscar McCormack
Oscar McCormack - Vor 4 Monate
consumer How is that show, by the way? From the trailers, I thought it looked like total shit.
Ova Wolf
Ova Wolf - Vor 4 Monate
Looking into the Colorado steel mills are still around so why save a failing one.
tankatan
tankatan - Vor 4 Monate
Americans Steal
Supporter van de Europese Unie
It's very easy to steal with the AR-15.
Es lo que hay
Es lo que hay - Vor 4 Monate
The thing is that protectionism can really help a country. You can't ignore that the US has a lot of people that would be willing to take really low jobs if they were available, it's not as if everyone could afford moving to a state with work or if the majority of the states could employ bottom workers.
But you can't just pick and choose where and when to play it, you need some sort of general strategy or your plans will get crushed by the people that were in a better position before and want it back. If you want to promote steel you have to also make it cheaper to move around, you have to favor companies that join your new market, you have to give them stuff to do that needs steel. You know, keynesian politics.
Josh Drew
Josh Drew - Vor 4 Monate
Even as protectionism, this is a really bad policy though. Steel and aluminum are resources used in the production of so many things in the U.S. By placing tariffs on steel imports, manufacturers will not have anywhere near enough steel or aluminum to produce at the same rate as before. Setting up places to make steel and aluminum take a lot of time. Meaning that while a few places might get a handful more jobs, many more in construction, manufacturing and automotive industries will be laid off. If you wanted to do protectionism properly, you would tariff steel exports. For American industries to meet the demand for more resources heading their way, more jobs open up in what is objectively a much larger industry than the creation of steel. Even then, countries in the past that have done this have gotten hefty fines from the WTO for unfair practices. What I am getting at is that free trade is the superior option pretty much every time.
Sleepydog
Sleepydog - Vor 4 Monate
The increase in cost will reflect the price for American consumers. Anything steel “made in USA” +25%.. good luck with that.
Dawnstar
Dawnstar - Vor 4 Monate
According to the Steel industry their jobs are more important because of military and ´murica. Weren´t you listening to their ad? And do not expect logic if they demand tarifs to save four times the jobs they actually provide
Mathias B.
Mathias B. - Vor 4 Monate
last time Bush did that 200000 people lost there job because steel was to expensive
Omar Huda
Omar Huda - Vor 4 Monate
Dawnstar how can you determine which one is more important, where is the logic behind it
Dawnstar
Dawnstar - Vor 4 Monate
Please, you can´t expect a person coming from the industry of building stuff to actually know anything about trading and prices. But it is important to save 500.000 jobs from an industry which employs 150.000 in total. Of course with rising prices for steel, other industries will have to lay off jobs, but those aren´t as important.
V9incent
V9incent - Vor 4 Monate
... Cause without steel... AND ALUMINUM - your country's not the same :)
I lost my shit over this line - the guy is awesome :)
V9incent
V9incent - Vor 4 Monate
Canaan, Yu see? That's what makes him fun ;)
Canaan
Canaan - Vor 4 Monate
V9incent sort of but I think he does speak out of turn every now and then like the press secretary will get on television and tell the carefully constructed lie they've all agreed to and then Trump will get on Twitter and completely undermine it or he'll end up saying something that has to be walked back later because the real powers that be the super wealthy won't allow
V9incent
V9incent - Vor 4 Monate
If it makes you feel better - his actions are not entirely his. He is not the brain, but a represantative of the higher people who have been in charge of the USA since JFK
Sign of Omega
Sign of Omega - Vor 4 Monate
It means we have to deal with the consequences of his actions. Which is the not fun part of slapstick comedy
V9incent
V9incent - Vor 4 Monate
So?
No need to worry about my username
REST OF THE WORLD: what the fuck america???
Mayank Shrivastava
Mayank Shrivastava - Vor 4 Monate
It's Aluminium, my dear USA. Not Aluminum, that's not even a thing.
ErykaSoleil
ErykaSoleil - Vor 4 Monate
Don't you tell us how to say our words! You're not our *real* dad!
Joe Chief
Joe Chief - Vor 4 Monate
+A. T. Humphry actually wanted to call it alumium. Even so, the American scientific language preferred was aluminium, from which it spread to the rest of the world prior to the US switching back to aluminum. Either way, the damage is done now, everyone but the US says aluminium, and the ISO standard is aluminium.
A. T.
A. T. - Vor 4 Monate
Copypasting from Shroomy upthread: We don't spell it wrong. The scientist (Humphry Davy) that first conceptualized Aluminum wanted to call it Aluminum, but other British scientists of the time decided Aluminium sounded more elemental and badgered the press about it, because apparently they had never heard of Platinum, Molybendum, etc. Look it up if you don't believe me. Like with a dozen other things, everyone else changed, forgot about it, and now people pretend Americans are the ones trying to be different.
cpt nordbart
cpt nordbart - Vor 4 Monate
Didn't John Oliver do the same with the Cath Cowboy?
Alasdair MacAoidh
Alasdair MacAoidh - Vor 4 Monate
I don't know why any country would want to have an aluminium industry tbh, you can buy it pretty cheap from "shithole" countries that need to mine it because they have few other major exports. Bauxite mining is notoriously damaging to the environment, especially as it almost always leaches mercury and arsenic in to the water table if there are lax environmental safety codes.
As for the steel, i get the feeling that even with a 20% tariff that sooner or later it will still end up cheaper to import it from China. Which would mean for the US steel makers to make money they will have to either lower worker wages, cheapen the quality of the steel produced, hugely inflate the price or most likely all of them. I'm sorry America but you aren't gonna beat China unless you sink lower than them in terms of environmental and workers rights, whatever it takes to save money at the production end. Or maybe get some chain-gangs to do the mining for 5 cents an hour? Or maybe not have a President who thinks the USA is a victim (Best option).
Also , "Aluminum makers"? How do you "make" aluminium you dumbass?
vrothe
vrothe - Vor 4 Monate
Shithole countries like USA...USA is one of the top 5 aluminium producers in the World...
Es lo que hay
Es lo que hay - Vor 4 Monate
I sincerely hadn't realized he said aluminum makers. Great stuff.
Elijah Ragland
Elijah Ragland - Vor 4 Monate
This could be an interesting way to sell truly brilliant ideas to the belligerent chief.
comets & blueberries
comets & blueberries - Vor 4 Monate
seems like only yesterday he was coming for California.
it was yesterday.
Hayden Lau
Hayden Lau - Vor 4 Monate
Al-u-min-ium
A. T.
A. T. - Vor 4 Monate
Copypasting from Shroomy upthread: We don't spell it wrong. The scientist (Humphry Davy) that first conceptualized Aluminum wanted to call it Aluminum, but other British scientists of the time decided Aluminium sounded more elemental and badgered the press about it, because apparently they had never heard of Platinum, Molybendum, etc. Look it up if you don't believe me. Like with a dozen other things, everyone else changed, forgot about it, and now people pretend Americans are the ones trying to be different.
LklL L
LklL L - Vor 4 Monate
MA-KER-S
XSportSeeker
XSportSeeker - Vor 4 Monate
Just like so many short sighted Trump announcements... it's kinda funny at this point.
I wonder if he'll pop up on another press conference next week saying crap like "nobody knew that steel and aluminum was this complicated" or some other stupid crap.
This Alliance for American Manufacturing might be big, but it's still primary resource mining and processing which is tiny and fast shrinking in comparison to the industries who will really not like this one bit... against this measure will come such a truckload of other manufacturers that well, for anyone with half a brain it's quite obvious how badly it'll go. Car and car parts manufacturers, food industry (canning), utensils, electronics, construction hardware, infrastructure, whoever is building his fucking wall...
It's basically almost all of the fastest growing industries in the US versus the ones that are fastest shrinking.
You know, I kinda want to see him pass this just for the consequences and reaction.
This will ultimately benefit no one. US majorly imports steel and aluminum because it cannot attent market demand, so the end result is inflation of prices in all major product categories that uses steel and aluminum. It is by far the biggest consumer of both while not having nor being capable of having the largest production. China has the biggest production for both because they are the manufacturers of the world, and it has paid a very heavy price for scale - a big part of pollution there comes from the stuff Trump is actively going for - coal mining and energy, and primary resources mining and processing.
Great for taxes, not many benefits to jobs or the industry itself, a major problem for american people and consumers in general.
As a non-american, I think it's great. The more attrition the US causes in diplomatic relationships, global trade, and foreign business partners, the more investment goes towards other countries. As long as he doesn't start another world war, current US partners will have to start diversifying investments, so it's good for us "lower" countries.
Which is laughable given how adverse Trump and Trump supporters are to global economy and to other countries in general... from a foreign economic perspective, Trump is doing great. But americans should be really worried...
MeisterHaar
MeisterHaar - Vor 4 Monate
from what i hear a main concern of many US companies that are against this tax (and there are quite a lot) is that the steel they buy from other countries is high-tech steel with very specific properties and has to be made in special factories that simply don't exist in the US at the moment. So even if they wanted they couldn't buy US steel and building such a factory would take years so all it will do is increase the price of the products making it: A more expencive of US customers and B harder to compete on an international market
Anon
Anon - Vor 4 Monate
progenitores and because it's Trump, once it happens, he won't backtrack and instead always double down.
progenitores
progenitores - Vor 4 Monate
The problem is if some of that investment will be geared towards China. China is not a democracy, it is a textbook authoritarian despotic regime without any rule of law and seeing them getting more power and leverage on a wider international scale is daunting to say the least.
access
access - Vor 4 Monate
XSportSeeker been hilarious since the day he took office.. everything he says and does is material for comedy shows and late nights.
Jeddostotle7
Jeddostotle7 - Vor 4 Monate
I knew Trump was easily influenced by what he saw on TV, but I didn't think it was quite *this* bad.
Jeddostotle7
Jeddostotle7 - Vor 4 Monate
I saw that one too, it's just... I didn't quite realize (though I probably easily should have) that random ads would too.
sansa snark
sansa snark - Vor 4 Monate
Jeddostotle7 I'm not surprised by anything since I saw the one vox did about his fox and friends habit
chelseafan4eva
chelseafan4eva - Vor 4 Monate
wilbur ross
Shirterino Kripperino
Shirterino Kripperino - Vor 4 Monate
Aluminium pronunciation in america triggers me nearly as much as his gullibility
Max Johnson
Max Johnson - Vor 4 Monate
Aaron P says the guy spelling bastardized with an s.
Aaron P
Aaron P - Vor 4 Monate
DrDread Says the guy spelling bastardised with a 'z'. Oh the irony
Joe Chief
Joe Chief - Vor 4 Monate
+Shroomy The original scientist also changed his mind and went with aluminium. For some reason the US at one point randomly reverted from using aluminium shortly after its discovery to aluminum. EDIT: Rechecked, above para is wrong, he did want aluminum. However I would note that the US standardised on aluminium, leading the world to that spelling prior to a dictionary publisher driving the US back to the older spelling. Notably the ISO standard is aluminium, not aluminum. Doesn't matter what the discoverer wanted to call it, the international standard went with aluminium.
Max Johnson
Max Johnson - Vor 4 Monate
Marius Raab from a Latin forum on textkit.com: y Arvid » Wed Nov 07, 2007 10:54 pm Lucus Eques, I think you've answered your own question. The little I've read on the history indicates to me that "aluminum" came first. Then more scholarly people decided to correct the Latin of those lowly chemists, for just the reason you outlined, and created the name "aluminium." On this side of the Atlantic, we couldn't be bothered changing. Everywhere else, they went back and forth on this for a century and a half, and finally officially decided on "aluminium," although this has nothing to do with the question of what the correct Latin would be. They can decide what they want, but the British will never give up al-you-MIN-ium. It's part of their cultural identity. They've picked out a small number of words (oh-ree-GAH-no, JAG-you-are, SHED-yule, etc.) and deliberately pronounce them in a way that violates the rules of their own dialect (notours) so as to be different from Americans. You can detect a pause before they tackle one of these words, so they can shift mental gears so as to use secondary stress or give a vowel its full value in an unstressed syllable, but these pronunciations set them apart from us colonials, and they'll never change. Nor, speaking as an Anglophile myself, do I think they should. It just makes me smile a little when these words come up! phpbb ArvidTextkit Member Posts: 163 ______________________ No, lumen is not an i-stem. lingua sed torpet, tenuis sub artus flamma demanat, sonitu suopte tintinant aures, gemina teguntur >>>>>*lumina*<<<<< nocte. Catullus 51 - a translation of Sappho Neuter i-stems have the plural nom./acc. ending in -ia, not just the gen. ending in -ium. Chris WeimerTextkit
Marius Raab
Marius Raab - Vor 4 Monate
Shroomy Platinum and molybendum is just as weird as aluminum. This is called “fake Latinization“ and was very trendy in the 17th and 18th century. Guess where...
Emmanuel Vazquez
Emmanuel Vazquez - Vor 4 Monate
I hate the idea that he really did just do this cause he saw a commercial. But I know it’s true. D:
BurazSC2
BurazSC2 - Vor 4 Monate
Shot...thats going to make all those handguns they have to buy for the teachers pretty expensive.
ErykaSoleil
ErykaSoleil - Vor 4 Monate
Last I heard, Trump was pushing for the teachers to be armed with their own personal weapons, not ones supplied by the school system. I would not, however, be surprised *at all* if that's changed.
Avalloc
Avalloc - Vor 4 Monate
There is already retalitory legislation from the EU targeting american based manufacturing.
Canaan
Canaan - Vor 4 Monate
That would really concern me if Americans manufactured anything anymore.
Kitty S
Kitty S - Vor 4 Monate
We need *Vibranium* to make America Wakanda! 👌🏽😂
Oblithian
Oblithian - Vor 4 Monate
Wakanda isn't isolationist (at the current point in the story arc).
Artūrs Alps
Artūrs Alps - Vor 4 Monate
Make America Wakanda again!
Lentro Zenol
Lentro Zenol - Vor 4 Monate
Kitty S Make America Wakanda Again! MAWA!
Man O War
Man O War - Vor 4 Monate
cpt nordbart It doesn't actually exist as a "nation". However the U.S. *does* exist as a "shithole country". Try an keep up neanderthal. 😎
cpt nordbart
cpt nordbart - Vor 4 Monate
Uhm isn't that a "shithole" nation.
Carlos Spicy Weiner
Carlos Spicy Weiner - Vor 4 Monate
I remember thinking “this steel thing came out of left field” ah. That’s what’s up.
Mehul Jain
Mehul Jain - Vor 4 Monate
America you love to underplay the importance of global trade to your economy. You'll see the consequences soon!
S Being
S Being - Vor 4 Monate
No, we are well aware of the consequences. We are very sorry for the global havoc created by this pile of human garbage.
INFORMED
INFORMED - Vor 4 Monate
Trumps a troll.
Oscar McCormack
Oscar McCormack - Vor 4 Monate
INFORMED No fucking shit.
Max Johnson
Max Johnson - Vor 4 Monate
...like Hitler!
yosuf815
yosuf815 - Vor 4 Monate
Cry more you libcucks!
la .alEksolas.
la .alEksolas. - Vor 4 Monate
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yosuf815
yosuf815 - Vor 4 Monate
la .alEksolas. Ye
la .alEksolas.
la .alEksolas. - Vor 4 Monate
yosuf815 hey i can get all mad and stuff at your bigger smartness if you want
slitor
slitor - Vor 4 Monate
Yes, I agree...Erdogan the best...suck it establishment...or was it Maduro? Eh who can keep track of all the strongmen and their underachieving supporters.
yosuf815
yosuf815 - Vor 4 Monate
Richard L LOLOLOLOL! That’s actually a funny insult but only libfarts r gay
lemme get uhh
lemme get uhh - Vor 4 Monate
When the fuck did that guy become president. Who the fuck allowed that
lemme get uhh
lemme get uhh - Vor 4 Monate
9th
Johnny Nguyen
Johnny Nguyen - Vor 4 Monate
I remember the last time a world leader heavily encouraged the production of steel...
Aeterrna
Aeterrna - Vor 4 Monate
It was in Germany, nearly 80 years ago. I doesn't like Trump (and i can't vote in USA, i'm European), but i didnt think he will begin a World War (and i hope it too). But a trade war he can, for sur ...
Ottifant
Ottifant - Vor 4 Monate
Who?
comets & blueberries
comets & blueberries - Vor 4 Monate
yep, making the world safe for democracy
Hannah
Hannah - Vor 4 Monate
Two legs bad, four legs good
Juan Lopez
Juan Lopez - Vor 4 Monate
Puppeteers controlling the puppet
sixstringedthing
sixstringedthing - Vor 4 Monate
Hands? Fox News has both arms up there, all the way to the elbow.
Alfatazer _
Alfatazer _ - Vor 4 Monate
Aside from Putin's hand how many other hands do you think is up his ass moving his mouth for him.
uncle buck
uncle buck - Vor 4 Monate
That's how that seat goes. Big business runs the usa.
Jess Perkins
Jess Perkins - Vor 4 Monate
throws up
Starving Boy In Africa
Starving Boy In Africa - Vor 4 Monate
He’s making America great again
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