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Trump Rudely Dumps Italy’s Salvini

Donald Trump has rudely dumped Italy’s Lega Nord leader Matteo Salvini, saying he “never wanted to meet him” and “didn’t even know him”—only a few weeks after meeting and posing with the European populist.

In April this year, Trump met up and posed for pictures with Salvini at a rally in Wilkes-Barre, northeastern Pennsylvania, and, according to the La Repubblica newspaper, expressed the hope that Salvini would become the prime minister of Italy.

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Now, however, Trump has completely reversed his positon. In an interview with journalist Michael Wolff published in the Hollywood Reporter (“The Donald Trump Conversation: Politics’ ‘Dark Heart’ Is Having the Best Time Anyone’s Ever Had,” June 01, 2016), Trump has completely distanced himself from Salvini.

In the interview, when asked about Salvini, Trump declared: “I didn’t want to meet him. I didn’t even know him.”

As Wolff wrote:

I ask if he sees himself as having similarities with leaders of the growing anti-immigrant (some would say outright racist) European nativist movements, like Marine Le Pen in France and Matteo Salvini in Italy, whom the Wall Street Journal reported Trump had met with and endorsed in Philadelphia. (“Matteo, I wish you become the next Italian premier soon,” Trump was quoted as saying.) In fact, he insists he didn’t meet Salvini. “I didn’t want to meet him.” And, in sum, he doesn’t particularly see similarities — or at least isn’t interested in them — between those movements and the anti-immigrant nationalism he is promoting in this country.

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When asked why Trump would distance himself in this way, Salvini told the La Repubblica that this “makes me laugh…that interview is unbelievable. I assure you, a dozen emails were exchanged in preparation for that meeting. I didn’t jump from an airplane with a hat and flag.”



The La Repubblica contacted the author of the Hollywood Reporter article and asked him why Trump had made the comments.

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“He has no advantage in enhancing ties with Le Pen or Salvini,” Wolff told La Repubblica.

When asked the reason for this, Wolff speculated that “Even European leaders are regarded as ‘foreigners’ by Trump’s electoral base, which remains xenophobic and has no interest in its leadership’s international relations of its leaders.”

Whatever the reason, the reality remains that Trump’s public repudiation of Salvini is a clear indication that the maverick businessman-turned politician is starting to be “brought into line” by the establishment.

Another disturbing recent revelation about Trump has come with the claim by his son Eric that the decision to run for president was driven primarily by the “deal” struck with Iran over that nation’s mythical “atom bomb” project.

Like all pro-Israel politicians, Trump appears to be totally convinced that Iran really did, or does have, a “nuclear weapons” program—despite all the US intelligence agencies confirming that this was an outrageous lie, propagated by the Jewish lobby in America.

According to Eric Trump, his father was “so disgusted” by the Iran deal that this was “one of the things that made him jump into the race. I think that was a game changer for him.”

As Trump himself has said on many occasions, if elected, he would be the best thing that has ever happened to Israel—and as is clear from the Salvini episode, he is likely to cater to the demands of Israel before considering any European politician.

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18 Comments

  1. Trump will probably be better off he compares his immigration to the Japanese and South Korean immigration policies rather than the immigration policy of European nationalists. If he does that he can say “hey, I´m more liberal than the governments of Japan and South Korea”. That will stand out as more legitimate. He can also say that he is more liberal on immigration than for instance Eisenhower, Truman and Roosevelt were. (Trump supporters should perhaps try to forward this tip-off to Trump´s Campaign. So far Trump himself, and perhaps also his campaign managers, seem to have made mistakes like the one described in the article above. So they may not understand that they should compare Trump to Japan and South Korea.)

     
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    1. It’s quite a leap to frame his immigration stance in comparison to two Asian nations which the electorate don’t know much about or have much interest in.

      He’s got where he is by making strong statements which others have to react to rather than ideological gymnastics framing his policies to get less hostility from cosmo-liberals

       
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      1. ryan:

        “It’s quite a leap to frame his immigration stance in comparison to two Asian nations which the electorate don’t know much about or have much interest in.

        He’s got where he is by making strong statements which others have to react to rather than ideological gymnastics framing his policies to get less hostility from cosmo-liberals”

        My comments:

        Even Americans know what Japan is. They know what Japan is when Trump says that Japan takes advantage of the American free trade policy and that this is unfair. If he points to the fact that a government which the US approves of can have a more restrictive immigration policy than he advocates I would be surprised if that doesn´t make his position stand out as more legitimate.

        Trump´s success is not due to the bold/offensive statements he has made. He has become successful DESPITE these offensive statements because he is a celibrity who people are familiar with and since people know that he is so rich that he doesn´t need speaker fee bribes. Trump´s comments on Mexican immigrants will probaby not give him more Hispanic votes. He should have been more polite and stressed that Hispanics with American citizenships benefit from a wall on the border to Mexico just like other Americans.

         
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    2. The problem is that WE are not KOREAN or JAPANESE. We are European-Americans. If Trump doesn’t see that he is a cuck. The establishment is on their last limb and will be over thrown if they don’t get their heads out of Israel’s Ass. #AltRight

       
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    3. Liberalism as an ideology needs smashing. Infact it is being smashed and will continue to be smashed as the fallacy that it is.
      It is a false weltangschauung and one that Europeans cannot exist in.
      So rather than Donald ‘pretending’ to be liberal, or even “more liberal than…” what he is doing is correct, he is imposing his world view. Not trying to hide, sneak sneakily inside a liberal systen in the sad hope that he doesn’t get rumbled for being a ‘racist.’

       
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  2. “Like all pro-Israel politicians, Trump appears to be totally convinced that Iran really did, or does have, a “nuclear weapons” program—despite all the US intelligence agencies confirming that this was an outrageous lie, propagated by the Jewish lobby in America.”
    Hmmm…give me a moment… just checking the statistics here: Oh, here it is!
    How many countries has the Jew-nited States of America attacked and invaded: Total – 70
    How many countries has Iran attacked and invaded in the last 200 years : Total – 0

     
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  3. Iran does not have a Zio-Jew Private Central Bank. That is the reason it is ear-marked for destruction, as was Libya. As was Germany in the 1930’s.

     
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    1. Yep, the same reason the Jews took out Germany, too. Hitler didn’t want Germany under a Jewish central bank that would leech the German people even more with usury.

       
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  4. “The son of Lewis A. Wolff” (Wiki) looks quite like a Jew. See also Wolf (like Stasi boss Markus): “Wolf is the root of the Ashkenazic last names Wolfson, Wouk and Volkovich. The wolf was the symbol of the tribe of Benjamin.” Interesting Wolffs article in the Guardian “Rupert Murdoch and the Jews” about Murdochs Tweet “Why Is Jewish owned press so consistently anti-Israel in every crisis?”

    JTA: “He’s at Newser now (he tried to buy New York — it didn’t work out).” Wiki: “In 2004, when New York magazine’s owners, Primedia, Inc., put the title up for sale, Wolff helped assemble a group of investors, including New York Daily News publisher Mortimer ZUCKERMAN, to back him in acquiring the magazine. Although the group believed it had made a successful bid, Primedia decided to sell the magazine to the investment banker Bruce WASSERSTEIN.”

     
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    1. But there are many articles of him to find like “Madoff Sentence: Is It a Jewish Thing?” No question about his mission.

       
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    2. Names can be an indicator of Jewishness but not always.
      Wolf is a Germanic name along with Rosenberg, Goldschmidt and Rosenkrantz and many others. This is because Jews adopted these names.

       
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  5. Whatever Trump is saying or thinking now, if he is elected
    and stays alive, Hegel’s “ruse of history” will do the rest. If
    he fails, his candidature will have been, as a French expert
    has put it, “the last breath of white America” .

     
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    1. if he fails, the nonwhites and leftists will be ever more emboldened and arrogant and white americans, as usual, will do nothing but sit there and take it.

       
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  6. I’ve said from the very beginning that Americans are merely being swung like a pendulum back to the right of the spectrum. This is what the chess players do, they play people against each other for the divide and conquer strategy. They’ve been doing it for centuries, now the US has Trump who has been wheeled out to fire up the right, thus further dividing America.
    I laugh at many alt-right sites that claim Trump is the messiah. I guarantee there will be American (and other allied nations) boys filling body bags in the next year or so due to another jewish neo-cohen instigated war for greater israel.
    This is why we are in the predicament we are in – majority of our people never, ever learn from history.

     
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    1. Agree as well and I’m American. I honestly think if Trump doesn’t get in, many of these whites who have their sights set on Trump for president won’t do a damn thing if he loses. They’ll wring their hands and drown their sorrows in the beer and go about their business and the American continent will be further swamped with nonwhites, communism, degeneracy, the ripping out of our constitution, etc.

       
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