Much has been made about the fact that many of our traditional allies just don’t like President Trump (we’re lookin’ at you Angela Merkel). However, while our traditional allies (who all suffer from the same political sickness that America does – namely the establishment world order has too much power) may not like Trump… there are quite a few of our other allies (and even some of our traditional opponents) who feel Trump is the right man to lead the free world.
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A few examples: Israel, Poland, Hungary, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Egypt, China… and now the Kurds in Syria/Iraq.
The Washington Post’s David Ignatius is one of the most important journalists working in Washington, D.C. today and like many of his colleagues he is a far-left liberal… but even he recognizes that President Trump has some important positives working in his favor.
Here’s what he had to say on Monday morning’s episode of MSNBC’s Morning Joe:
I’m going to say something that in some ways is sympathetic to Trump. As I traveled across Syria, meeting with Syrian fighters who were trying to take down the regime of Bashar al Assad, every time the name “President Trump” was mentioned, there were cheers from the audience. One Syrian Kurdish commander used a vulgar term, in Spanish it would be cojones, to describe what President Trump has got and why they like him.
More seriously, the big attacks that have taken place around Raqqa, one in particular, a surprise landing by helicopter, I was told by the top US commanders, would not have taken place if it hadn’t been for President Trump’s decision to delegate military authorities down to the level of command. I mean, under Obama that would have taken a couple weeks of White House meetings and then they still wouldn’t have made up their mind.
In this case there was not one meeting. They just said, General Townsend, the commander in Baghdad, you decide. And three days later, these Kurds who’d never seen an airplane or helicopter had been helicoptered across a lake for a surprise attack that is probably the most daring and decisive of the war. So, do need to put this in perspective. Yes, there are a lot of people around the world who are appalled, but there are some people who say this image of strength that he’s projecting is something that they like.
Republished with permission Constitution.com