@SebGorka, Trump understands one thing very well: China needs the US, whereas the US does not need China; we can make our widgets anywhere. Trump: Never be so invested in a deal that you can't walk away from it at any point.
Dr Sebastian Gorka, author of Why We Fight, with JB covers a dozen topics, starting with: The Chinese PLA is a state within a state. Theft of US intellectual property; Xi’s promoting hatred and dehumanizing. Pittsburgh and Kristallnacht! Pres Trump spoke specifically of anti-Semitism, which was correct because of the history of our brothers of the Jewish faith. The violence against the Jewish people cannot be treated the same as any other. Anti-Semitism has not gone away, and must be recognized as sui generis, not just lumped in with other acts of violence. Do the American people understand that Xi is an abuser of human people, same kind of abuse as what we saw in WWII; how he can demote people to second-class citizenship and abuse them? If you understand the history of the Uyghurs in the Twentieth Century: Mao swore that if they supported his Communist revolution, they’d be given cultural autonomy. He won, created the machine that’s Communist China, and reneged on the deal. Han people were then shipped in to Western China, now called Xinjiang, en masse to overwhelm the Uyghur culture demographically. China is a security matter for the president, but at the end of the day it’s basically cruelty against a people . . . Today, Mr Trump called Mr Xi; they'll exchange information at the G20. Xi is stuck [esp in his economy]: credit is frozen for them. Trump understands one thing very well: China needs the US, whereas the US does not need China; we can make our widgets anywhere. Trump: Never be so invested in a deal that you can't walk away from it at any point. Southern border: Trump will close it if absolutely needed. There will be no mass invasion of illegals; every country has the right to defend its border. In Washington, the budget is never fully fixed, and neither are the loopholes in the immigration laws and enforcement. The Kavanaugh hearing was a poison with an aftertaste I can't get rid of; it was madness: accusations against one of our most esteemed jurists with no evidence, and half our political class went along with it. It was an affront to reason; tends to linger in the mind. The caravan and Kavanaugh together are the most proximate influences on the election.