If there has ever been a sign that Donald Trump will be the next president, it’s this week’s news. Who can argue that the man is already setting the tone for the country for years to come, after what we’ve seen earlier this week?
The moment he announced he was running for president, Trump has dominated the conservation. He beat out 16 established Republicans to clinch the nomination. Even the liberal media, who work overtime to discredit him and his family, still must bow to the intentions of this powerful news maker.
Even outspoken critics are now coming to the carpet to curry the man’s favor.
Don’t believe me? Then just look at what happened in Mexico.
Donald Trump and Mexico’s President Enrique Peña Nieto met in Mexico City, Mexico on Wednesday afternoon and issued joint statements at a press conference, where Trump declared each country has a right to build a wall on its border.
“Having a secure border is a sovereign right and mutually beneficial,” Trump stated during the press conference, adding that both countries respect the right of either country to build a physical wall on its land.
That’s right, the Mexican president met with a U.S. presidential candidate to discuss the building of a wall, before Trump has been elected.
Do you see what’s going on? Even Nieto knows what’s going to happen come November. He sees the momentum for Trump, sees the massive rallies and growing support among Americans. And he wants to be on Trump’s good side, once he’s sworn into office.
You don’t meet with the man if you don’t think he’s going to be elected. Months ago, Nieto had some choice and disrespectful words for the business mogul. Recently, we reported on how he back tracked those words, saying he’d be happy to meet with Trump.
Now he’s talking with the man, discussing the logistics of actually building a wall.
“We had a very substantive, direct, and constructive exchange of ideas over quite a period of time. I was straightforward in presenting my views of the impacts of current trade and immigration policies on the United States,” Trump stated at the beginning of the press conference with Mexico’s president. “We want to make sure the people of the United States are very well protected. You equally expressed your feelings and your love for Mexico.”
I just have one question: has President Nieto met with Hillary Clinton? Has she flown down to Mexico and discuss future relations with that nation?
Nope. The woman refuses to meet with American press, you’d think she’d bother to meet with a leader from Mexico?
This is proof that Trump’s agenda is having a powerful influence already. Other nations are taking notice of his impact and are responding.
We’ve seen this happen already, when he criticized NATO leaders for their mishandling of funds. Those same leaders later announced changes to how other members of the alliance work together.
This will continue over the coming months and long after Trump is elected. We will be seeing better results from our international interactions, ones that will benefit America as well as the rest of the world.
We’ll even start seeing American leaders and businessmen respond to Trump’s influence, in the way of bringing back industry and jobs to our shores.
Oh, and don’t be surprised if Hillary does try to arrange a meeting with President Nieto in the coming weeks. I wouldn’t put it passed her campaign to arrange a half-hearted attempt at matching Trump’s example.
But that would be further proof that the man is leading this election, not Crooked Hillary.
This is all getting rather exciting, wouldn’t you agree?