President Trump: “You Make A Mistake Here, There Is Nothing To Work Out”

Posted on Tue 05/02/2017 by

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By Andrew Bolt ~

The real Trump, not that idiotic version spun by the ferally hostile media, is someone properly awed by his power and responsibilities.

And forget the media spin that he’s not serious:

“You can make a mistake in deals, and you work it out,” he explains at one point. “You make a mistake here, there is nothing to work out. You know it’s trouble. It could be big trouble. And it is life-threatening trouble for lots of people, potentially.”

A portrait of Thomas Jefferson hangs to his right, one of Andrew Jackson, perhaps his favorite president, is to his left. A bust of a sober-looking Abraham Lincoln sits beneath Jefferson, while Trump’s father smiles broadly from a black-and-white photo behind the Resolute Desk, given by Queen Victoria in 1880 to Rutherford B. Hayes and used by many presidents since.

“It’s a very intensive process,” he says of the presidency. “Really intense. I get up to bed late and I get up early.” He rarely sleeps more than four hours, which is good, he explains, because he can call leaders around the world in the dark hours while the rest of Washington sleeps.

“When I was doing many real estate deals at one time, I always thought that was going to be more comprehensive and lengthier than a day like this.

“It’s not.”..

In sharp contrast [to Barack Obama], Trump authorized the U.S. Navy to fire 59 Tomahawk cruise missiles against Syria in April after the regime of Bashar Assad attacked civilians with chemical weapons.

It was, he admits, his toughest decision so far.

“I legitimized President Obama’s red line in the sand,” he says. “Which we had to do. I mean, somebody had to do it.”…

“But it was an important decision. Not an easy decision to make. Because you know, when you say ‘yes,’ there is death.

Andrew Bolt writes for the Herald Sun, Daily Telegraph, and The Advertiser and runs Australia’s most-read political blog. On week nights he hosts The Bolt Report on Sky News at 7pm and his Macquarie Radio show at 8pm with Steve Price.

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