Doesn't President Donald Trump Say "Puerto Rico" In Such A Strange Way?

Posted October 11, 2017

"Nothing has changed despite what you may read in the media or watch on TV".

"As we've said many times before, I know the president has, as I have from this podium on quite a few occasions, we're never going to say in advance what the president's going to do".

Mr. Trump said his administration is working hard to help Puerto Ricans recover from Hurricane Maria.

Trump in a series of tweets on Sunday also appeared to at Tillerson for looking to engage in direct talks with his North Korean counterparts.

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During a meeting with military leaders Thursday afternoon, Trump said his administration was focused on "challenges that we really should have taken care of a long time ago, like North Korea, Iran, Afghanistan, [the Islamic State militant group], and the revisionist powers that threaten our interests all around the world".

This triggered another pressing question by a reporter: "North Korea?"

Maybe, the president keeps coyly suggesting that he's on the brink of starting a major war - while refusing to offer the public any further details - for a compelling national security reason; one so compelling, it is worth the risk of spooking a nuclear-weapons state into launching a preemptive attack on Seoul.

In recent weeks, North Korea has launched two missiles over Japan and conducted its sixth nuclear test, and may be fast advancing towards its goal of developing a nuclear-tipped missile capable of hitting the United States mainland. Thank you. What storm Mr. President? It took Trump almost two weeks to visit the island, and during his visit, he inspired an angry storm of tweets when he tossed paper towels at the Latinx people who'd just lost everything.

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NBC News reporter Carol Lee said on MSNBC that the team of reporters stands by their reporting: "We've extensively reported on this".

The next day, when one of the intermediaries complained about the harm that Trump's speech had caused, the President glibly explained that he liked to "zigzag" in charting his foreign policy, the source said.

The american president Donald Trump, on September 20, 2017 in NY. Ever the showman, our president (nothing but respect) told them to stay tuned, because you're about to find out what happens next!

"We see a problem with any stories that are inaccurate or untruthful being presented to the American people as facts", she said. "When we don't, I think that's troubling for all of us".

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"The places I come from, we don't deal with that kind of petty nonsense, and it's meant to do nothing but divide people", he said. "He's been very clear that that's his number one priority, and if he feels that action is necessary, he'll take it".