As we tiptoe our way through life, we SHOULD be careful as to what we say and how we say it; especially in this day and age of the ever so dangerous social media. There are a right place and a right time to express our opinions. Based on the circumstances, we should all try to filter our conversations.
It doesn’t seem that PDT has found that happy medium yet. I don’t know if he ever will.
There is not doubt that he has to be a brilliant person to achieve what he has in life BUT, always the big BUT, brilliance, tact, and finesse are not spelled the same way.
Once again, PDT has his proverbial tit in a wringer with his comment about past indiscretions of the USA, that was in conjunction with a question O’ Reilly asked him.
Trump has long expressed his desire to mend the relationship with Russia which I think is a great idea. What can be the downside to it, as long as he keeps his finger on the trigger and his eye on the Judo Guy (or something like that)?
When told by O’Reilly that the Russian leader is a “killer,” Trump replied that the U.S. has killers too.
“What do you think? Our country’s so innocent?” He is 1,000% correct BUT, always the big BUT. I don’t know if he ever will learn not to respond so aggressively. He should slow up, breath before answering and chose his words more selectively.
What PDT meant t say, the former leaders, military or citizens of the USA have a lot of skeletons or should I say bodies in their closets from making poor or bad choices causing 10 ‘s of 1,000’s of deaths, on purpose or accidently in the past. That is undeniable.
Trump said in the interview that he respected Putin, “but that doesn’t mean I’m going to get along with him. He’s a leader of his country. I say it’s better to get along with Russia than not. And if Russia helps us in the fight against ISIS, which is a major fight, and Islamic terrorism all over the world — that’s a good thing,” Trump said, using an acronym for the Islamic State group. “Will I get along with him? I have no idea.”
O Reilly and all the others scalpers out there know that Putin is watching our every move. Is it their aggressiveness that prompts them to ask such disparaging questions that may put a bigger wedge between the USA and Russia. The interviewers SHOULD stop and ask themselves if their questions are not out of line before asking. The well-being of this country is much more important than them getting the SCOOP.
Is what the Judo Guy has done exactly kosher? We all know it is not and if we had to put a label on him, he is a killer. BUT, that does not preclude us from having a relationship with the man for the sake of, in unity there is strength. What can be the downside to it, as long as PDT keeps his finger on the trigger and his eye on the Judo Guy (or something like that)?
I had a very dear friend of mine years ago that was, because of circumstances and necessity had to deal with the mob on a consistent basis. This man was as honorable as one person could be. He lived and died by this slogan. I will break bread with them BUT I will never sleep with them.
This is the same position PDT is in. For the betterment of the world; he should have a good relationship with Putin. As long as it can be on mutual terms of respect.
One thing that always breaks my goolunies. 99.9% of the reporters do not want to interview anyone for the sake of informational purposes, they always want to trap them to discredit the person. I guess that may be their job BUT some really get their rocks off trapping someone. It is the same as a cop that HAS to write a ticket opposed to a cop that LOVES to write a ticket.
I wish for his sake that PDT throws away that tweeter machine he has and slows up and thinks before his answers. He has a long road ahead of him and the vultures are out there circling him waiting to pick on his bones.
Slow up DT, only a good friend will tell you when you have something hanging out of your nose. The others just laugh.