Donald Trump’s Constant Praising Of International Dictators Is Solely Because Trump Is Not Intelligent Enough To Sit With Bona Fide World Leaders!

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Beyond any doubt, except for Lying and Larceny Donald Trump is not qualified to be anything else, much less the Presidency of the United States. Trump with such Public World Exposure is an indictment on America’s Education Standard that has truly fallen behind that resulted in 62 Million Uninformed, Ignorant, Mostly Uneducated and Brainwashed people, voting against their very own interest and that of their children.


The easier problem for America is Impeaching and Imprisoning Trump For Treason, the bigger problem is how to educate the people that are so uneducated to “keep doing the same thing over and over, expecting a different result.” [Albert Einstein]


[WAPO] “It’s no longer just Vladi­mir Putin. As he settles into office, President Trump’s affection for totalitarian leaders has grown beyond Russia’s president to include strongmen around the globe.


Egyptian President Abdel ­Fatah al-Sissi has had his opponents gunned down, but Trump praised him for doing “a fantastic job.” Thailand’s Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha is a junta chief whose military jailed dissidents after taking power in a coup, yet Trump offered to meet with him at the White House. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has eroded basic freedoms, but after a recent political victory, he got a congratulatory call from Trump.


Then there’s the case of Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte. He is accused of the extrajudicial killing of hundreds of drug users, and he maligned President Barack Obama as a “son of a whore” at an international summit last year. Yet on Sunday, in what the White House characterized as a “very friendly conversation,” Trump invited Duterte to Washington for an official visit.


In an undeniable shift in American foreign policy, Trump is cultivating authoritarian leaders, one after another, in an effort to reset relations following an era of ostracism and public shaming by Obama and his predecessors.


For instance, it has become an almost daily occurrence for Trump to gush about Chinese President Xi Jinping since their Mar-a-Lago summit last month. Trump has called Xi “a very good man,” “highly respected” and a “gentleman,” as he tries to persuade Xi to convince North Korea that it should scale back or give up its pursuit of nuclear weapons.


Trump’s praise is not limited to potential U.S. allies. Even as North Korean leader Kim Jong Un ratchets up his provocations, Trump called Kim “a smart cookie” in a CBS News interview over the weekend. On Monday, Trump told Bloomberg News he would be “honored” to personally meet with Kim “under the right circumstances.”


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