What accounted for the Giant Toddler's reversal on pulling out of NAFTA?
Newly-sworn-in Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue brought to the Oval Office an illustration of the areas that would be hardest hit if the U.S. pulled out of the compact, particularly in agriculture and manufacturing. It highlighted that many of those who would suffer from a trade war – especially exporters – live in “Trump country,” the counties that voted most overwhelmingly for him last November.
“It shows that I do have a very big farmer base, which is good,” Trump recalled in an interview with The Washington Post last night. “They like Trump, but I like them, and I’m going to help them.”
It's not just that he's so insecure he keeps talking about the election, it's that he lacks the self awareness to know how that looks.— Schooley (@Rschooley) April 28, 2017
What. A. Deranged. Fool.