President Trump has scored major victories during his G20 summit. He announced a major breakthrough with China—which sent the stock markets soaring. He capped off the trip with an appearance no one saw coming and is blowing minds.
As Democratic candidates bickered on debate stages, Donald Trump was actually doing the work of the president. He attended the G20 summit in Osaka, Japan. Among the many meetings and interactions he engaged in, he met with President Xi Jinping. After a lengthy period of trade tariffs set between the two countries, it looks like things are beginning to change.
President Trump announced the potential of a big, new deal with China. The news was so welcoming, the DOW set yet another record.
President Trump told Tucker Carlson in an exclusive interview he is optimistic about a possible trade deal between his administration and Chinese President Xi Jinping, a potential development that sent the stock market futures soaring toward record highs early Monday…
The Dow futures jumped nearly 300 points heading into Monday morning’s open, and the index was poised to begin the day around 50 points higher than the highest closing on record of 26,828.39, set on Oct. 3, 2018. A deal with China to reduce tariffs and cool off the trade war between the world’s two biggest economies appeared to be the main driver, and President Trump told Carlson he was hopeful about striking a trade agreement with Xi. [Source: Fox News]
Since Trump has entered office, we’ve seen the stock market boom like never before. Why is this good for Americans?
Democrats want you to believe that when stocks soar, it only helps the rich. Not true. When companies are thriving, they invest in the country. Companies traded on the stock market can expand, provide new goods and services, and hire more staff.
When stocks are doing well, many benefit. Since Trump has entered office, we’ve seen stock rise like never before. Now, he’s close to very big deal with China. One he calls the “largest deal ever made of any kind.” Of course, our stock market would respond positively.
But that wasn’t the only amazing feat Trump accomplished during his trip. President Trump made an unannounced visit with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un. In fact, Trump stepped into North Korea to speak with the man—something no president has done, ever.
President Donald Trump met with North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un on Sunday, stepping into North Korea as he shook hands in a moment of high-stakes diplomacy.
Trump made history, becoming the first American president to step foot into North Korea, despite decades of conflict between the two nations.
Trump initiated the meeting at the demilitarized zone (DMZ) between North Korea and South Korea, first publicly calling for the meeting on Twitter before North Korea moved quickly to make the meeting happen.
“Good to see you again”, said Kim through a translator, meeting at the DMZ. “I would never have expected to see you at this place.”
The two leaders spoke briefly as Trump shook hands and then walked into North Korea and shook hands again as North Korean media scrambled around the pair of leaders to capture the moment. [Source: Breitbart]
More history being made by Donald Trump. The two leaders then discussed their relationship before parting. Progress between the U.S. and North Korea has stalled since their last meeting. But this impromptu connection suggests that big things are on the horizon. Will we see major changes coming to the closed nation?
Will peace finally be brokered between North and South Korea? Hard to guess, but Trump has already done the impossible. I wouldn’t be surprised if a treaty and deal are announced shortly.
Should we be surprised at these developments? Probably not. Donald Trump—unlike most politicians—actually believes in making good on his word. He wants to work for the American people and help us succeed. Most politicians make big promises, then play games. They are only concerned with keeping their seats and cashing in on their power.
Can you name a single Democrat candidate for president that can do more for America than Trump? I didn’t think so.