That handshake between our 45th President Trump and President Macron was a show of macho force between two strong men. But one of them is President Trump, a proven Leader, Builder, Positive Thinker and Author, TV Personality and Producer, Father, Business Tycoon, and a supporter of the United States Constitution to the fullest extent. President Trump is a nationalist who said “From this day forward it’s going to be only America First.” President Trump has also said “The wealth of our middle class has been ripped from their homes and then redistributed across the entire world.” President Trump is on our side, he wants America to succeed.
President Macron will quickly learn that President Trump is a strong man, a man of conviction and a cerebral man. Don’t tempt President Trump, he will not let you get away with it. He will get you when you least expect it. President Trump is a Winner First and President Second. He is a mastermind no one seems to understand and that is because he is lives in a higher plane, planning, seeing the total picture. It is a gift. People think that President Trump is rough, no he is not. He knows his mandate, he knows why he is where he is, and what he is doing and who he is in this world and reality. He does not waste time in niceties to appease egos. He knows that time is short and his mandate is huge. I totally agree with his reasoning. President Trump gets it done!
MACRON IS NO PRESIDENT TRUMP – HE SUPPORTS GLOBALIZATION, MULTICULTURALISM and the E.U.
Macron resigned from Socialist President François Hollande’s government in 2016 to launch his En Marche! (On the Move!) political movement that in 18-months signed more than 200,000 signed-up members and Mr Macron has now won the French presidential election, beating another political outsider, the Front National’s Marine Le Pen, into second place.
Mr Macron has vowed to bring unemployment down from its current 10 to 7 percent. His biggest challenge is winning over blue-collar workers who are put off by his support for globalization, multiculturalism and the EU.
Dissatisfied voters see immigration as the source of their woes and have flocked to the Front National, which is vowing to “bring back French sovereignty” with a referendum on EU membership; the suspension of immigration; and to fight back against perceived Islamist extremism in civil society.
During a presidential debate last month, Ms Le Pen attacked Mr Macron for his vague policy positions saying he managed to speak about foreign policy for seven minutes without saying anything at all.
“I know the divisions in our nation, which led some to vote for extremist parties. I respect them,” Mr Macron said in a solemn address at his campaign headquarters after winning the presidency.
“I will work to recreate the link between Europe and its peoples, between Europe and citizens,” Macron