Looks like an Elvis pose in this pic, doesn’t it?
On a different topic, if you haven’t read Joe Lange’s latest substack… well, what are you waiting for? Here’s a teaser. Link at the end.
Have you ever heard of the term, ‘Shared Interests?’
Trump used that term in describing Putin and Russia at their press conference in Helsinki, Finland, where Putin handed Trump a soccer ball and said the ball was now in Trump’s court.
Trump used that term specifically because he was sending a message to the world that a coalition was forming. At that time, the media was doing a full court press on Russian collusion, while painting Putin as our enemy and desperately trying to get Trump to confront him on election interference.
Instead of Trump calling Putin an adversary or enemy, he called him a competitor and he used that term for a good reason: it triggered the media and just about everyone else at the time, but competition is a good thing. Competition can spur innovation, efficiency and achievements never thought possible.
So why did Trump call Putin a competitor?
Whole lotta shakin’ goin’ on. KayD