DEAR TRUMP HATERS: What The Afghan Ambassador Just Said About Trump V. Obama Will RUIN Your Breakfast

Published on March 12, 2017

Say WHAT now? That’s NOTHING like the Donald J Trump CNN keeps telling me about!

Depending on the day, the Media (D), their elected counterparts, and their protesting lemmings keep telling us that President Trump is some combination of Adolph Hitler, Darth Vader, and Homer Simpson.

What they do NOT describe is a genuine person who actually cares about anyone but himself, and wants to achieve some worthwhile goals.

Much like Dubya before him, he is portrayed like a comic-book villain.

Well, what are his counterparts saying about him? Or the left’s beloved Sun-king before him.

If you’re a Trump-hater, buckle up. Your world is about to start spinning.

…Enter the current Afghan Ambassador to the United States, Dr. Hamdullah Mohib. Friday night, Mohib hosted a dinner at his residence for Gold Star wives, the wives of American soldiers who gave their lives fighting in his home country. This reporter was invited to attend and report on the events of the evening. The ambassador graciously received approximately one dozen Gold Star wives and members of the military community at his residence.

Over the course of the evening, Dr. Mohib led a vibrant, gracious conversation about the struggles of his home country and displayed deep appreciation to the family members of the Americans lost on its soil. The ambassador invited questions from the group after a rich, Afghan dinner, served in an ornate, chandelier lit ballroom. Specifically, Dr. Mohib wondered how his post could better serve those in the military community who gave so much for his country.

[When asked about his interactions with Donald Trump, in a Q and A session the answers ‘stunned’ those listening. His full response follows:]

“I’ve personally met with President Trump at Mar-a-Lago and the president has had two phone conversations with President Ghani [The president of Afghanistan]. One call was after he won the election and one after [Trump] became president. Before the calls, we were advised to keep conversations short because, we were told, Trump will not be interested in the details of the call and does not have a long attention span, so it would be pointless to have a long call.

However, we were pleasantly surprised at how much time President Trump spent asking very informed questions. The first time the presidents spoke, the questions Trump asked impressed us. “How can you win in this fight [against terrorism]?” he asked. “What do you need to become financially independent?” and “How can American business invest in Afghanistan? How can we develop businesses and mining in your country?”

Trump would listen intently after each question, often asking follow-ups. Trump’s second call with our president was even longer than the first. Asking these types of questions for our country is something the Obama administration never did. The Obama administration was the most academic administration we have ever had to deal with but the Trump administration has been the most thoughtful and intelligent.

Trump continually asked “How can you win? What does Afghanistan need to win?” in reference to our fight with terrorism. Trump wants to win. Sincerely. All the Obama administration wanted to do was not lose.

The Obama administration was hesitant with us. The enemy could sense that. When the Obama administration announced its plans to pull troops out of the region, they announced the exact date they would do it. All our enemies had to do was wait [Obama] out. They knew the date they had to hang on until — which gave them the will to fight. They used that time to recruit and build up resources.

To bring real reform, we must be able to defeat enemies outside our country and inside. We must overthrow the Afghan warlords who are profiteering off the war. Every time we tried to remove one of them from power, [Secretary John] Kerry would say “no” because it would potentially make it unstable and require more troops be brought in. The entire Obama administration was too cautious, but Kerry was the most cautious. Perhaps the Obama administration was fatigued by the time we assumed power. [President Ghani assumed power in September of 2014.] But Trump is very different from Obama in this way.

This is good, for the future of Afghanistan.” — IJR

Trump was a lot more thoughtful and intelligent than he’s been given credit for.

Meanwhile, The Obama administration? They don’t seem NEARLY as stellar as the cable news would tell us they are.

How kindly will history REALLY remember their time in office?

Share if you are NOT at ALL surprised that Trump deals so positively with foreign ambassadors.

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