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Post by Ssmith on Thu Dec 27, 2018 9:34 am

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Wednesday Night KTFA CC 12-26-18

The first part is business Promo and the second part is Dinar/Iraq Intel

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Clare » December 26th, 2018

THANKS FOR DESSERT FRANK!! I LOVE WHERE WE ARE AT!! AND WHERE TRUMP WAS TODAY!!!!!

AND WHERE MAHDI WILL BE ON THE 31ST!! YOU TOLD US SO!!!

THANKS FOR THE PHONE CALLS WITH DELTA!

AGAIN, THANK YOU, FRANK, WALKINGSTICK, DELTA & TEAMS...FOR EVERYTHING!

SO GRATEFUL FOR YOU ALL... GOD BLESS YOU ALL!

JJonesMX » December 26th, 2018

Thursday, December 27, 2018

Trump’s secret visit to US troops in Iraq

Baghdad/ Iraq TradeLink: Suddenly, US President Trump was yesterday in Iraq to visit American military forces on Wednesday, making his first trip to troops stationed in a combat zone only days after announcing his intention to withdraw the United States from foreign wars in Syria and Afghanistan.

On Iraqi response for the visit, a statement was issued by Premier Abdul Mehdi’s office pointed that the meeting with Mr. Trump was cancelled due to “differences on how to organize this meeting”.

The statement added that the meeting was substituted with a phone call on the developments of events in Iraq.

The sudden and secret trip took place during a partial government shutdown and less than a week after disturbing the military status quo by announcing the withdrawal of all troops from Syria.
Speaking to troops at Al Asad Air Base, Mr. Trump defended his move in Syria.

“We’re no longer the suckers, folks,” the president said. “Our presence in Syria was not open-ended and was never intended to be permanent. Eight years ago, we went there for three months and we never left.”

Mr. Trump, who visited the air base with his wife, Melania, said he had rejected requests from military commanders to remain in Syria for another six months.

“I said, ‘Nope.’ I gave you a lot of six months,” the president said. “And now we’re doing it a different way.”

Visiting troops abroad is a presidential tradition. President George W. Bush served Thanksgiving turkey to the soldiers in Baghdad in 2003, in the early days of the Iraq war. President Barack Obama flew to Baghdad in April 2009 and won cheers when he told the troops that it was time for the Iraqis to take responsibility for their own country. He also visited Afghanistan four times while in office.

Mr. Trump ran for the presidency in 2016 on a platform of bringing the troops home from Afghanistan and Syria, part of a broader strategy of ending nearly two decades of American military interventions — including in Iraq, Libya, Syria and Afghanistan — that he criticized as costly, ineffective and at odds with his “America First” foreign policy.

But the United States still has 14,000 troops in Afghanistan and about 2,000 in Syria. While the number of casualties in these conflicts is a fraction of what it was during the two previous administrations, the fact that American troops are still on the ground — in the case of Afghanistan, 17 years after they were first deployed — attests to the difficulty of extracting the United States from these entanglements.

Mr. Trump, who was also accompanied to Iraq by his national security adviser, John R. Bolton, and a small group of reporters, said that “the United States cannot continue to be the policeman of the world.”

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Post by Sam I Am on Thu Dec 27, 2018 4:13 pm

"Visiting troops abroad is a presidential tradition. President George W. Bush served Thanksgiving turkey to the soldiers in Baghdad in 2003, in the early days of the Iraq war. President Barack Obama flew to Baghdad in April 2009 and won cheers when he told the troops that it was time for the Iraqis to take responsibility for their own country. He also visited Afghanistan four times while in office."


Which tells you that Trump visiting Iraq has absolutely ZERO to do with the value of the IQD, which douchebags like Frank are implying.

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Post by MidnightRider on Thu Dec 27, 2018 4:31 pm

Frankie boy will say anything just to get him to the next "show" to garner more money from sponsors (see how he baits people with "show up Monday to find out)  and get to the next month of membership fees.   He is 1 1/2 years out from "Give Me Mosul" if that tells you anything about this opportunists and as far as he is concerned, he could care less if it ever happens as long as he has "the gullibles" tuning in and worshiping him (see sunkissesbutt)  and keeping their membership current.  LOL 
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Post by Scotchie on Thu Dec 27, 2018 8:24 pm

Frank is a clone of Trump.  He loves himself.

No meeting the new PM.  No dinar revaluation.  No nothing!

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Post by Jayzze on Thu Dec 27, 2018 9:25 pm

scotchie correct no ri no rv nada zilich look at it this way if iraq cannot even help themselves why should people or countries help them. all this equals one tenth of a cent no country is going anywhere . so think about this if you sell at least you get something back better then wasting your whole life hoping for something that will never happen
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