BEIJING – After his resounding success in the Middle East, Donald Trump is being honored in China like no other American President ever has been before. Interestingly, these are the two regions of the word for which Trump reserved his toughest foreign policy talk.
Instead of the reckless and dangerous amateur that Democrats and Establishment types like Bob Corker would have you believe he is, Trump perhaps performs best on the international stage with his unapologetic belief if American strength inspiring confidence in allies and instilling a long absent respect from enemies.
The Daily Wire spoke to the unprecedented reaction to the tough talking Commander-in-Chief:
“Donald Trump bashed China throughout the 2016 campaign. President Trump has bashed China ever since he moved into the White House.
So how did the Chinese respond on his first visit to the communist nation? They invited him to a state dinner in the Forbidden City, making him the first foreign leader to dine in the ancient royal enclave since the founding of modern China.
Guess talking tough works.
Trump and first lady Melania landed in the Chinese capital of Beijing on Wednesday. They were greeted in an elaborate welcome ceremony and after meetings with top officials, joined President Xi Jinping and his wife, Peng Liyuan, for a tour of the Forbidden City. The leaders, joined by U.S. and Chinese officials, then dined in a palace that housed Chinese emperors for almost 500 years and enjoyed a dance and music performance.”
It seems China is rolling out the red carpet for Trump, after he slammed the Communist regime for currency manipulation, unfair trade practices, and Whistling Dixie (Sorry Jackie) as North Korea threatens nuclear war.
Peace through strength is not merely a campaign slogan; it’s a very real phenomenon that stems from America standing strong and ready to extinguish and dissuade the world’s trouble makers from threatening the interests of freedom.
While Democrats rip the president for his loose lips, opponents on the geopolitical field have have had to recalibrate to to a resurgent America interested in winning again.
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