Moments ago on “Risk and Reward,” Trump 2020 Campaign Senior Adviser Katrina Pierson explains why the numerous liberal media reports claiming France’s President will be able to easily influence President Trump are not accurate.
Here’s the thing, President Trump is going to consider President of France’s counsel, as a courtesy Liz, but let’s make no mistake, the President of the United States will be making policy for the United States. This is a great opportunity for many in our own country to see how elected leaders should act.
The thinking in the EU is that President Macron is the leading edge of that wedge to get the President to step back in the Iran deal, dial back on the tariffs and potential trade wars, also Climate change, but your point is President Trump is not going to do that right?
No, I don’t think so because these are things that the President has held very dear. We’ve seen it throughout the campaign, we can go all the way back to the 80s on some of these positions. The President has made a commitment to the United States and that is to put America and it’s people first. That is not going to change.