Apparently, Bibi Netanyahu and Donald Trump haven’t read any Frost. More’s the pity. They could each save themselves billions to know that walls don’t keep invaders, infiltrators and criminals out.
Whatever one can say about Trump is that he has declared war on the wrong side of Muslimdom. The country that does not feature in his edict of Nantes revocation is, you've guessed, Saudi Arabia and all the nasty gulf states that peddle niceness and airlines on the one front and support terrorists on the other. But the people who are suffering are the Shia kind, because the US hate the Shia kind, not so much because they support terror like the Saudis but they don't kneel in front of the Emperor — no, the Emperor is not Donald but the US DOLLAR — and most of the Shia are supported by RUSSIA...
From the master of the rightwing dunny. Andrew Bolt
I HOPE Malcolm Turnbull watched Donald Trump on TV last weekend. He would have seen real leadership.
A trade deal with the United States is now within our grasp [the UK's]. That would be of massive commercial value.
And I would ignore the threats from Brussels (mainly from some clapped-out drunk from Luxembourg) that talks could only begin after we have exited.
Go hell for leather
What are they going to do? Throw us out?
Republicans are in a tizzy over how best to repeal ObamaCare, with one lawmaker admitting at a closed-door meeting this week that once it becomes “TrumpCare,” the GOP will own the results.
How could we possibly go wrong?
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