Recently, “America First” stormed the multi-national, globalist and metropolitan elite attendees of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. Fortunately, as each month passes, the disdain for this lovely bunch of individuals continues to skyrocket among the global population—and these individuals know it and feel it too. International bankers, bureaucrats, ivory tower academics and others from this class of parasites were forced to listen to Trump’s words carefully.
In his first very interview with a non-Fox host since sitting down with NBC’s Lester Holt last May, President Donald J. Trump and CNBC’s Joe Kernen touched on a number of issues including tax cuts, markets and the economy, the importance of a strong dollar, border security, DACA, and trade deals. The two sat down just before Trump addressed the World Economic Forum gathering in Davos, Switzerland—an annual gathering of the global elite in the Swiss Alps to discuss both diplomatic and economic issues.
Trump’s arrival at the summit marked the first time a sitting U.S. president has visited the forum in 18 years. His appearance was met with both interest and concern since the president’s trademark “America First” attitude toward foreign affairs is widely seen as antithetical to the forum’s theme of global integration and cooperation.
Trump On American Jobs
Terms like globalists, internationalists, and metropolitan elitists tend to come to the minds of conscious people when thinking about those in attendance of the World Economic Forum. When asked what his central message would be while addressing the globalists and elitists at the forum, President Trump replied, “When I decided to come to Davos, I didn’t think in terms of elitist or globalist. I thought in terms of lots of people that want to invest lots of money, and they’re all coming back to the United States… It’s about companies coming to America, investing money and creating jobs.”
Fair enough… I guess?
Trump went on to cite Apple’s announcement earlier this month that it would invest $350 billion dollars in the United States. Additionally, the president mentioned companies like Toyota, Apple, and Chrysler which have announced plans to build facilities in the U.S. since he took office. The also two discussed the widespread positivity among world leaders regarding Trump’s tax plan. Trump also emphasized that the U.S. dollar would strengthen based on America’s resurgence and that it would remain the world’s reserve currency.
Trump On Free And Fair Trade
Additionally, Trump denied the false claims commonly espoused by the mainstream media that he is anti-free trade. He stated that he believes arbitrations need to protect America, not penalize it. He said, “I’m a free trader. A fair-trader. But there must be reciprocity.”
Following the CNBC interview, in his Davos speech, President Trump emphasized that “America first does not mean America alone.” He urged leaders of other countries also to put their countries and their people first.