Trump Alludes To "Calm Before The Storm" In Confusing Comments

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Trump Alludes To "Calm Before The Storm" In Confusing Comments

Trump aroused speculation that he had a big foreign policy move in the works when he announced Thursday evening, before a meeting with military leaders, that it was the "calm before the storm". Trump asked reporters in the State Dining Room.

When asked again what he meant, Trump said only: "You'll find out".

Thanks for clearing up how counting works for us Donald. Friday, Oct. 6, the Cheeto-in-Chief was hosting a salutation at the White House for Hispanic Heritage Month.

One anonymous White House aide told Jonathan Swan of that Trump is "just trolling" everyone, an opinion that Tur appears to share. He is known to contradict his spokespersons and aides with both words and actions.

"We see a problem with any stories that are inaccurate or untruthful being presented to the American people as facts", she said.

But he also unwittingly diverted President Trump's attention from North Korea's Kim, who Trump has taken to calling little "Rocket Man". "This is a real humanitarian crisis that going on our third week and continues to unfold".

So, was Trump referring to North Korea? Sanders replied: "That's an example".

With the spokesperson unable to furnish a satisfactory response, reporters fell back on the "madman theory" - could he have subscribed to that?

"He certainly doesn't want to lay out his game plan for our enemies", Sanders said. When asked about the specifics, the White House press secretary refused to go into details and stated that the money would come out of the president's funds. If necessary, believe me, "he said". "I think we have some serious world issues here".

The United States is now in a diplomatic crisis with North Korea - one in which both nation's leaders have threatened the other's country with annihilation.

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