So if we go by Mr. Trump's belief, the summit will either be over very quickly or it will go well. What is defined as going "well" by Mr. Trump is only that he is portrayed on loyal media to be decisive even though this summit may fail under its own weight. We will find out very soon if the "deal" is worth the minimal effort exerted by Mr. Trump. Either way, we can expect the sycophantic media to highlight everything Mr. Trump wishes to highlight, even though it will be nothing more than smoke and mirrors for the Witch occupying the Oval (still waiting on the "Witch Hunt" to be concluded by Mr. Mueller).
Just this week I had another interchange with a couple of Trump supporters. One was fixated on Bill Clinton and why he was not removed from office after impeachment the other couldn't understand why African-Americans could possibly be unhappy since they are no longer slaves and they already have "Oprah!" Upon further conversation, I learned from this particular Trump supporter that "real Americans" travel the United States and they do not travel abroad. "Shouldn't they see America and all of its beauty before going elsewhere to see what is there?" When I asked him where he has been in his life, he admitted "nowhere" outside the United States. No wonder so many of these folks support Mr. Trump. They have zero idea what it is like to live or experience life abroad. Yet, they are quick to place "America First" without appreciating the role America has as "leader of the free world." Apparently, these folks would rather isolate America from the World. Coincidentally, these are the very same folks that claim America is now more respected world-wide than under Obama. Except, how would they know this if they have never left our shores? Fox news tell them, so they believe it. Just like the guy who couldn't figure out after watching Fox why Bill Clinton was not removed after being impeached. Basic knowledge of our government and our place in the world seems lost to Trumplings. And that should be enough to disqualify them from pushing any opinions that are both ignorant and overall provincial at best.
As Mark Twain once wrote; "Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness, and many of our people need it sorely on these accounts. Broad, wholesome, charitable views of men and things cannot be acquired by vegetating in one little corner of the earth all one's lifetime." Have a great week!