By: Brian Evans

As President Trump prepared to leave for the much-anticipated G7 conference in Canada, he set of a firestorm of criticism from the Progressive Democrat’s over his comments were commented about the G7 conference and stated…

“They should let Russia come back in. We should have Russia at the negotiating table. Why are we having a meeting without Russia being in the meeting?”

President Donald J. Trump

The President described himself as “Russia’s worst nightmare,” but went on to say it would be useful to welcome Russian President Vladimir Putin back to the negotiating table. He said…

“It may not be politically correct, we have a world to run.”

President Donald J. Trump


The President stated his concerns and made it clear that exiling Russia from talks and negotiations with world leaders doesn’t help to solve the problems facing the world today, but only creates walls and divisions between them.

The President then boarded Air Force 1 and headed to Canada for the conference. Reports indicate that the talks went well, and the President stood firm on his push for a more fair trade deal for the United States. In fact, as President Trump prepared to depart the conference for his Singapore Summit with Kim Jong Un, he challenged his fellow G7 world leaders to create a tariff free and subsidy free zone between the countries. A pact that creates ‘true free trade’, and ‘free markets’ internationally, between the seven countries. In addition, President Trump went on to say that…

“We’re the piggy bank that everybody is robbing, and that ends.”

President Donald J. Trump


The President reiterated his “America First” approach to trade during his meetings with his fellow world leaders, while stating that all countries should put the interests of their own people first. In fact, he stated…

“Ultimately that’s what you want,” Trump remarked. “You want a tariff-free [arrangement]. You want no barriers. And you want no subsidies. Because you have some cases where countries are subsidizing industries, and that’s not fair.”

“If they retaliate, they’re making a tremendous mistake, because you see we have a tremendous trade imbalance,” the President warned. “The numbers are so much against them, we win that war 1000 times out of a 1000.”

“I blame our leaders and I congratulate leaders of other countries for taking advantage of our leaders.”

“It’s going to stop. Or we’ll stop trading with them. And that’s a very profitable answer, if we have to do it.”

President Donald J. Trump


When the G7 countries tried to lecture Trump on the meaning of free trade, the President made it clear that their trade imbalance is quite the opposite of free trade. In fact, the President Trump made it clear that the ultimate goal of the United States trade policy was to create TRUE FREE TRADE by eliminating ALL tariffs and subsidies, but made it abundantly clear that the United States would combat unfair trade practices by their countries by using trade barriers of their own. A response that apparently none of the world leaders expected. After all, none of them really want free trade. They want trade that benefits their own respective countries, at the cost of the American people.

Regardless the negotiations appeared to be going well, and President Trump departed the summit early. He chose to skip out of the meeting to discuss ‘climate change’, or ‘global warming’, and headed to Singapore. A move that angered Progressive-Socialist leaders, despite the world’s number one crisis being North Korea. The President left a representative to stand in for the remainder of the meetings, while he and his Administration prepared to meet with Kim Jong Un. That representative was Deputy Assistant to the President for International Economic Affairs Everett Eissenstat.

Interestingly, reports about the G7 talks yielded that things went smoothly between President Trump and his fellow G7 leaders. In a news conference, Trudeau stated that the G7 had agreed to a “ambitious” communique that all of the member nations, including the U.S., had signed. He said that it pledged to lower tariffs, and other trade barriers between countries, including against the United States.

However, as soon as the President left the conference in Canada, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau also made disparaging comments about President Trump and his policies to rebalance trade between the countries. He also indicated his resistance once again to lowering trade barriers and tariffs. Trudeau said…

“I highlighted directly to the president that Canadians did not take it lightly, the United States’ move forward with significant tariffs on our steel and aluminum industry,” began Trudeau. “[I] particularly did not take lightly the fact that it’s based on national security reason that for Canadians who either themselves or whose parents or community members have stood shoulder-to-shoulder with American soldiers in far off lands, in conflicts from the First World War onwards, that it’s kind of insulting.”

“And I highlighted it was not helping in our renegotiation of NAFTA and that it would be with regret but it would be with absolute certainty and firmness that we move forward with retaliatory measures on 1 July – applying equivalent tariffs to the ones that the Americans have unjustly applied to us.”

Justin Trudeau, Canadian Prime Minister

Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau finished by stating…

“Canadians are polite, we’re reasonable, but we also will not be pushed around.”

Justin Trudeau, Canadian Prime Minister

It came as a shock to President Trump, and those who attended the G7 Conference. However, President Trump quickly reacted to the Prime Ministers 180 degree turn. President Trump tweeted…

“PM Justin Trudeau of Canada acted so meek and mild during our @G7 meetings only to give a news conference after I left saying that, ‘US Tariffs were kind of insulting’ and he ‘will not be pushed around.’ Very dishonest & weak. Our Tariffs are in response to his of 270% on dairy!”

President Donald J. Trump

President Trump immediately retracted his endorsement of the joint statement by the Group of Seven nations, and on the way to Singapore tweeted that…

“Based on Justin’s false statements at his news conference, and the fact that Canada is charging massive Tariffs to our U.S. farmers, workers and companies, I have instructed our U.S. Reps not to endorse the Communique as we look at Tariffs on automobiles flooding the U.S. Market!”

President Donald J. Trump



Prime Minister Trudeau’s office responded to the president’s tweets, and released the following statement:

“We are focused on everything we accomplished here at the G7 summit. The prime minister said nothing he hasn’t said before — both in public, and in private conversations with the president.”



Meanwhile, the Anti-Trump resistance moved in for their newest attacks against the President. Anti-Trumper’s like Bill Kristol, who subscribe to Fabian-Socialist ideology. Kristol wished for foreign countries to try to stir up domestic legal problems for the President by joining in with the Progressive’s and Mainstream Media’s attacks against Trump. He stated…


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Then Anti-Trump former FBI Director James Comey, who now has now become mired in his own web of corruption, tweeted…

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Even Anti-Trump John McCain, who subscribes to Fabian-Socialism as well, and helped deliver the Fabricated Steele-Dossier to authorities in an effort to bring down the President tweeted Saturday…

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Mainstream Media ran headlines like…

Former Obama Administration CIA Director John Brennan tweeted…

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Interestingly, the Strategic Culture Foundation had previously revealed his admittant communist ties when they reported…

Barack Obama’s CIA chief, John Brennan, told the Annual Legislative Conference of the Congressional Black Caucus, on 15 September 2016, in Washington DC, that when he had applied in 1980 to join the CIA, he admitted to them that in the 1976 Presidential election, when Jimmy Carter was running against Gerald Ford, Brennan had voted instead for the candidate of the US Communist Party, Gus Hall, and that he was then greatly relieved to find that this information didn’t cause rejection of his CIA-application. This had happened 11 years before the 1991 end of the Cold War (which ended actually only on the Russian side, but not also on the US-NATO side, where it continues without stop, and has accelerated since 2014, now finally being joined by both sides).

In the end, President Trump is doing what no other President has done in recent history. He is putting America and the American people first. He is up against a ‘RESISTANCE’ of monumental proportions. He is fighting against Progressives, Fabian-Socialists, One-World Anti-American Socialists and Communists at every turn. Regardless, he has proven to be a leader who does what he says, says what he thinks, and thinks what most American’s want him to say. He is an open book that the left hates with a passion. A number of conservative’s have balked at his trade policies in the past, because they didn’t truly understand his motivations, or the reasons behind them. Truly, President Trump doesn’t want ANY tariffs or trade barriers. However, in our world of imbalanced trade, so-called ‘Free Trade’ does not truly exist. That is, not unless the President can get world leaders to drop the massive tariffs that they have leveled against the United States, and drop subsidies for their own industries. A move that is not popular by world leaders, because it means not only implementing true ‘Free Trade, but trade that doesn’t incentivize the world to take advantage of America, at the cost of the American worker. However, President Trump says that those days are over. He has made it abundantly clear to world leaders that America will no longer be the world’s piggy bank. He will no longer allow the world to falsely claim that free trade involves the world charging American companies massive tariffs, while America is shamed for leveling the playing field with counter tariffs. Therefore, as the world fights against President Trump, and they make the claim that he is starting a ‘trade war’, in truth, President Trump is simply fighting back against the corrupt throughout the world who have been allowed by our American leadership to take advantage of the United States, and the American people. In essence, President Trump has made it clear that America has new leadership. Leadership that calls for ‘TRUE FREE TRADE’. Leadership that calls for an end to foreign countries who charge American’s taxes on products our workers build and grow, while we charge no taxes on products that they build and grow. Leadership who demands foreign government stop using unfair subsidies to prop up their companies at the expense of American companies. Leadership that calls for an end to world leadership that uses America and American’s as a their very own piggy bank, while robbing our people blind. In essence, leadership who fights for not only the ‘forgotten men and women’ in America, but for all American’s. After all, America has been in a trade war with the world for quite some time. However, only now do we have leadership who fights for America and American’s interests.