It is painfully and frighteningly clear that America’s senile commander-in-chief Donald Trump is now making up America’s foreign policy up as he goes.
He has proven this lately with his provocative statements about China and North Korea and by dropping the so-called “Mother Of All Bombs” on Afghanistan.
Trump recently gave an interview with the Wall Street Journal.
After watching the outlandish things Trump said, CNN host Anderson Cooper had to admit that he was “speechless.”
Said Trump in the interview, “I think our dollar is getting too strong, and partially that’s my fault because people have confidence in me. But that’s hurting — that will hurt ultimately. Look, there’s some very good things about a strong dollar, but usually speaking the best thing about it is that it sounds good.”
He added about the prospect of forcing Syrian President Bashar al-Assad out of power, “Are we insisting on it? No. But I do think it’s going to happen at a certain point.”
When asked if peace with Assad was achievable, he added, “I think it’s hard to imagine. I wouldn’t use the word impossible. I think the word impossible is not right. But it does seem like you certainly wouldn’t be off to a good start.”
Commented Cooper on his program, “After listening to the Chinese president explain the history of China and North Korea for about ten minutes he, ‘realized it’s not so easy.’ Is that—I’m speechless. I don’t know why I’m reacting like this.”
CNN’s Christiane Amanpour chimed in that Trump “said the same thing about healthcare” back in February, stating that “nobody knew it could be so complicated.”
Asked Cooper of guest Mike Rogers, a Republican former U.S. Congressman.
“Do you worry that he has no real positions? That basically he bends one way or the other depending on who the last person who gave him a 10-minute lecture on the history of some country is? I mean, the NATO guy was here today and so now NATO is indispensable, but when the NATO guy leaves, is that still going to be the position?”
Answered Rogers, “Obviously I can’t speak for the Trump administration.” Cut in Cooper, “Sorry, I don’t know why I’m reacting like this, I just find it amazing.”
“It’s frustrating,” Rogers admitted.
Do you agree with Anderson?
Watch the segment below: