All globalists do is whine about President Trump.
Every move Trump makes for the betterment of America, liberal globalists’ attack his policies and character while bemoaning about how much they miss Barack Obama.
But Trump’s latest White House event had globalist’s head’s exploding.
President Trump kicked off the week with an event aptly named “Made in America” to celebrate American workers and the country’s innovation. Holding an event like this makes sense – the stock market is at an all-time high and Trump is creating new jobs just as he said he would.
Meanwhile, globalist’s attacked Donald Trump for this event – just as they always do.
Look at what anti-Trump globalist Tory Newmyer of the Washington Post wrote in her piece about “Made in America” week.
“Welcome to “Made in America” Week, the latest attempt by the White House to get back on offense by hammering a theme from President Trump’s economic agenda.
If past is prologue, drama from the health-care debate and new Russia revelations — reinforced by Trump tweets — will swamp the message.
And the domestic manufacturing push starts out as a tough sell for a president whose retail empire outsources much of its production abroad.
Ditto for Ivanka Trump, the president’s daughter and adviser, whose own company relies exclusively on foreign factories in Bangladesh, Indonesia, China and elsewhere, a recent investigation by The Post revealed.
As of Sunday morning, the White House didn’t have a good answer for the Trump family’s apparent double standard.
Asked if “Made in America” week includes commitment by Trump Org or Ivanka brand to produce in USA, WH says “we’ll get back to you on that.”
— Philip Rucker (@PhilipRucker) July 16, 2017
Trump campaigned on a pledge to restore American manufacturing might in order to bring back a line of work that once offered solid wages, good benefits and security without much advanced training required.”
Trump will bring all that back and more now that he has the power to do so.
What’s really interesting is the tone of Newmyer’s piece. She insinuates that Trump’s message to the American people is a “do as I say and not as I do” – which is ridiculous because that was actually the theme enforced by previous administrations. Thanks to President Obama’s horrific trade deals, it allowed for the American market to tank.
But Trump is changing all of it.
In fact, Newmyer actually pointed that out – although likely inadvertently.
“Trump has a different theory of the case. He’s targeted what he calls bad trade deals since he began criticizing American political leadership some three decades ago — and it’s arguably been his most consistent policy position since.
He’s started following through on his protectionist campaign platform by pulling the U.S. out of the sweeping Trans-Pacific Partnership trade pact, moving to renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement, and considering slapping tariffs on foreign steel and aluminum — all actions the White House plans to highlight this week as proof that Trump is making good on his promises.”
And again, yeah, clearly he’s making good on his promises! That was evident by the success of the G-20 Summit!
But some people refuse to see that Trump is trying to prevent businesses from further manufacturing outside of the United States.
So instead, they ruthlessly attack him.
Trump declared this week is “Made in America Week”. Which is ironic since his clothes aren’t made in America and neither was his presidency.
— Hamilton Electors (@HamiltonElector) July 17, 2017
Then you have the ridiculous political cartoons which have no basis in reality.
— JacloPac (@JacloPac) July 18, 2017
And here’s the self-proclaimed “futurist” – aka “globalist” – Eric Garland whining:
It’s MADE IN AMERICA week, which comes after treason week, sedition week, and incompetence week.
Where do the Trumps make everything? ??? pic.twitter.com/TRASsUYV65
— Eric Garland (@ericgarland) July 16, 2017
Thankfully Sebastian Gorka pointed out the amazing display of the ‘Made in America’ event, which was metaphorically inclusive of the American middle class.
— Sebastian Gorka DrG (@SebGorka) July 18, 2017
This is what this week is all about.
— ROCK ON OHIO?☮?? (@ROCKONDUDE2) July 17, 2017
Unfortunately, Trump will continue to receive blowback by the anti-Trump globalists. But hopefully he won’t allow it to distract him from his ultimate agenda, which is continuing to Make America Great Again.