Liberal Newspaper Admits Trump could Disarm Hostile Nations through Negotiating Skill, there’s Just One Catch


A column appearing in the NY Times in 1984 has resurfaced, in which it discusses real estate mogul Donald Trump’s uncanny ability to engage in fruitful negotiations and even openly wonders if he might one day disarm hostile countries as President of the United States.

It’s funny since the Times has now morphed into thinking the once brilliant negotiator is an incompetent clown.

Reality dictates otherwise, with the President engaged in talks to disarm North Korea and bring peace – a once unimaginable concept – to the Korean peninsula.

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In the lengthy 1984 Times article, Trump is repeatedly hailed by friends and business rivals alike as a master negotiator.

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“Our company has given up trying to negotiate costs with him,” the head of a construction company explains. “We just say: ‘Tell us what you want, you’re going to get it anyway.’”

The column then shifts to how this ability might translate on the biggest stage – negotiating with hostile countries as leader of the free world. The nation they bring up at that time is Syria, but the task at hand remains the same, and the Times clearly believes he can become the negotiator-in-chief.

In that 34-year-old interview, the future president spoke about his concern regarding nuclear weapons.

Asked to explain, he adds: What does it all mean when some wacko over in Syria can end the world with nuclear weapons?

He says that his concern for nuclear holocaust is not one that popped into his mind during any recent made-of-television movie. He says that it has been troubling him since his uncle, a nuclear physicist, began talking to him about it 15 years ago.

His greatest dream is to personally do something about the problem and, characteristially, Donald Trump thinks he has an answer to nuclear armament: Let him engotiate arms agreements – he who can talk people into selling $100 million properties to him for $13 million. Negotiations is an art, he says and I have a gift for it.

The idea thathe would ever be allowed to got into a room alone and negotiate for the United States, let alone be successful in disarming the world, seems the naive musing of an optimistic, deluded young man who has never lost at anything he has tried. But he believes that through years of making his views known and through supporting candidaes who share his views, it could someday happen.

Interestingly during his Press Conference with Teresa May on Friday, he said he also brought up his uncle in terms of nuclear proliferation.

It seems that nuclear weapons is a concern that has stayed with Pres. Trump…

 

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