The State of California has been working towards succession from the United States.
The movement is called “CALEXIT” and has been gaining momentum.
As California feeds the nation, and is a source of military stronghold for the rest of the U.S., this presents an enormous future threat to Trump. And all Americans no matter how indignant they get about it.
In retaliation, and working to rein them in, Trump is now working at threats towards Mexico to incite riots and civil war. This would bring Californians into a state of fear about dis connecting from the U.S. .
Ordinary street people in California, have become Trump’s biggest threat.
No doubt, Trump is hoping to send in the National Guard or other Militia into Califonia any minute, under the banner of “protecting Americans” to seize control of the resources and population.
One wonders how Trump ever envisions returning to New York City after his reign of terror over Americans. Clearly, he does not.
One need not wonder where this “bright idea” came from. Mentally ill un-diagnosed Steve Bannon with Sadistic Personality Disorder. If you catch a glimpse of his divorce papers and the mental cruelty he imposed on his children and their mother, it becomes very crystal clear.
Only Bannon would come up with a “bright idea” to send our troops into Mexico, being oblivious as to how many Latinos in our armed forces are serving America. Since he is naturally blind to other people’s value and contribution. Of all the bumbling errors to be remembered for, “being oblivious” is going to be the Trump/Bannon legacy.
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump threatened in a phone call with his Mexican counterpart to send U.S. troops to stop “bad hombres down there” unless the Mexican military does more to control them, according to an excerpt of a transcript of the conversation obtained by The Associated Press.
The excerpt of the call did not detail who exactly Trump considered “bad hombres,” nor did it make clear the tone and context of the remark, made in a Friday morning phone call between the leaders. It also did not contain Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto’s response.
Still, the excerpt offers a rare and striking look at how the new president is conducting diplomacy behind closed doors. Trump’s remarks suggest he is using the same tough and blunt talk with world leaders that he used to rally crowds on the campaign trail.
A White House spokesman did not respond to requests for comment. The Mexican government said the account was not accurate.
The phone call between the leaders was intended to patch things up between the new president and his ally. The two have had a series of public spats over Trump’s determination to have Mexico pay for the planned border wall, something Mexico steadfastly refuses to agree to.
“You have a bunch of bad hombres down there,” Trump told Pena Nieto, according to the excerpt given to AP. “You aren’t doing enough to stop them. I think your military is scared. Our military isn’t, so I just might send them down to take care of it.”
A person with access to the official transcript of the phone call provided only that portion of the conversation to The Associated Press. The person gave it on condition of anonymity because the administration did not make the details of the call public.
The Mexican website, Aristegui Noticias, on Tuesday published a similar account of phone call, based on the reporting of journalist Dolia Estevez. The report described Trump as humiliating Pena Nieto in a confrontational conversation.
Mexico’s foreign relations department denied that account, saying it “is based on absolute falsehoods,” and later said the statement also applied to the excerpt provided to AP.
“The assertions that you make about said conversation do not correspond to the reality of it,” the statement said. “The tone was constructive and it was agreed by the presidents to continue working and that the teams will continue to meet frequently to construct an agreement that is positive for Mexico and for the United States.”
Trump has used the phrase “bad hombres” before. In an October presidential debate, he vowed to get rid the U.S. of “drug lords” and “bad people.”