How many of you are fans of putting America first?
I know I am, and I am guessing nearly all of you are as well.
Now, these last 4 years we have been getting exactly that with President Trump, unilateral trade deals, strong military spending, and a firm stance on China and the Chinese Communist Party.
Much to the chagrin of globalists everywhere President Trump acted in his rightful role, as President of The American People, not as The European Union’s or anyone else’s nanny.
The European Union in particular is looking for a Biden presidency to remedy all that
Check it out:
Breitbart came through with the facts:
The European Union is seeking ways to reset trans-Atlantic ties between the bloc and the United States under the assumption that globalist-minded former vice president Joe Biden ascends to the White House.
Eurocrats met in Brussels on Monday to discuss strategies for working with a possible Biden presidency, on issues such as ‘Build Back Better’ green agenda issues and the Chinese coronavirus pandemic.
“With Joe Biden´s election as the new American president, there are a lot of major opportunities that we as Europe want to take,” said German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas.
The Chair of the meeting, EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell said per the Associated Press that the goal of the gathering was to establish “a new, refreshed start of our engagement with the U.S.”
In a document released last week, entitled A New EU-U.S. Agenda for Global Change, the EU Commission said that it would seek to “reinforce and reform the World Health Organization” with Biden.
Earlier this year, President Trump removed the United States from the UN body over concerns that the W.H.O. was compromised by its close ties with the Chinese Communist Party.
New Europe had this to say:
The Trump administration was critical of multi-lateral international governmental organizations, withdrawing US support for the World Health Organization and the Paris Agreement on Climate Change Mitigation. At the World Trade Organization, he blocked the appointment of judges to its dispute resolution Appellate Body and has vetoed the front runner to be the new Director-General, for not being seen to be strong enough on WTO reform.
A Biden administration’s foreign policy would revert to liberal internationalism and in particular liberal institutionalism, meaning re-engagement with international governmental organisations.
A new administration will probably re-vitalise the US-EU Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP).
You mean globalism and terrible trade deals.