Acceptable behavior?

At the G7 trump said Obama was outsmarted by Putin.

Not only is the statement a bald faced lie, but be is calling an ex president stupid while praising an authoritarian leader of a country hostile the the US while on foreign soil.

Is this acceptable behavior?

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At the risk of sounding anti Trump…

Hell no it’s not acceptable…and it wasn’t acceptable for Obama to continually blame Bush for everything he did wrong.

trump is right.

hussein was putin’s flexible kenyan butt puppet.

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Saying X outsmarted Y does not logically equate to calling Y stupid.

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I completely agree with you here. You could make the same claim about Obama going on about Iraq being a mistake.

Trumps stupidity is only exceeded by his followers who will believe anything he says. :rofl: :rofl: :joy:


Except Iraq was a mistake, 20/20 hindsight is 100% on that one.

But it’s a lie thus falsely building up the authoritarian leader of a hostile country while dissing an American president all while he is in foreign soil.


Dissing and American president while complimenting the leader of a hostile county while in a foreign county…

Acceptable behavior for a POTUS?

Thankfully the other G7 leader know it’s a bunch of BS. Trump doesn’t realize it only makes him look like a clown. Although the clown contingent of is supporters will eat it up.

Obama had a few “historical” “foreign soil” bashing junkets.

Is this acceptable?

Obama endorsed it as a new norm.
When Obama did it, did you initiate a scolding thread calling Obama out?

In your opinion. In what way/s did Obama outsmart Putin?

My problem is it sounds like Trump is praising Putin for outsmarting Obama in taking Crimea. Was what Putin did bad, or was Obama just a dummy who is angry? That’s his argument for why Russia should be back in the Gwhatever, Obama is a sore loser dummy and Russia was punished for it.

What is the purpose of the G7?;_ylu=X3oDMTByYmpmZjA4BGNvbG8Dc2czBHBvcwMzBHZ0aWQDBHNlYwNzcg--/RV=2/RE=1567002300/RO=10/

The G7 (or Group of Seven) is an organisation made up of the world’s seven largest so-called advanced economies: Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom and the United States.

The group regards itself as “a community of values”, with freedom and human rights, democracy and the rule of law, and prosperity and sustainable development as its key principles.

What does it do?

" The initial group of six first met in 1975 “to exchange ideas on possible solutions” to a global economic crisis. Canada joined the following year.

Ministers and civil servants from the G7 countries meet throughout the year to discuss matters of mutual interest.

Each member nation takes over the G7 presidency for a year on a rolling basis and hosts the annual centrepiece two-day summit meeting.

Energy policy, climate change, HIV/Aids and global security are just some of the subjects discussed at past summits."

I have to say that looking at the list of principles the G7 see themselves as embodying, those leaders must be almost all completely lacking in self-awareness. Putin and Russia would be no more a stranger to those principles than the rest of the G7 nations.

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trump was not a president. Also Obama didn’t make up a bald faced lied and compliment the leader if a hostile nation.

Russia isn’t getting back in the cool kid club.

:joy: :laughing: Trump is going to start his own cool club the N5 (Nationalist five) or N6 (Nationalist six) or whatever. One that actually aspires to the principles the G7 (Global seven) appropriates and gives lipservice to, but subverts within their own borders. And Trump may not let those cool kids in until they start to put their own citizens first. Maybe he could call it the CF5, 6 or 7… (the citizens first five, six or seven…)

so Trump is going to start a club with just him and Putin, maybe he can invite Kim.