US President Donald Trump has continued his public stoush with Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull by declaring he needs to make “tough phone calls” because nations are taking advantage of America.
At a speech in Washington DC overnight, Mr Trump said the world was in trouble but he was “going to straighten it out”.
“When you hear about the tough phone calls I’m having, don’t worry about it,” Mr Trump told the audience. “Just don’t worry about it.
“They’re tough. We have to be tough,” he said. “It’s time we have to be a little tough folks.
“We are taken advantage of by every nation in the world virtually. “It’s not going to happen anymore.”
The Washington Post revealed on Wednesday a weekend call between Mr Trump and Mr Turnbull had ended abruptly.
The president in a tweet called an asylum seeker deal between Australia and former US President Barack Obama “dumb”. ...
(1) Lost count of how many times the article calls President Trump "rude."
(2) Wouldn't blame the President one bit for being abrupt over this unhinged plan, but the Herald Sun comically gullibly relies on the serial lying Trump-bashing CNN as a credible source.
(3) In this "special relationship" how many millions of 'refugee' Latin Americans is Australia planning to take off our hands?
(4) Most of these things said and allegedly said by President Trump, which the Australian Mainstream Media finds so traumatizing, were said by Trump throughout his massively attended campaign rallies. The US is no longer the overflow flood plain for the world's countless millions of economic 'refugees.'
(5) The US already takes in more migrants than the rest of the world's nations combined. We no longer have a president who is trying to destroy the Historic American Nation and the people who built it. Is America really expected to protect Australia's borders but not her own?
(6) Finally, dear Australian elites, especially your Mainstream Media, start taking care of average working Australians, and, as far as the new safer saner US border polices are concerned--Yes, get use to it!