He raised President Donald Trump's earlier comments that journalists are "among the most dishonest human beings on earth," and White House Chief Strategist Stephen Bannon's declaration that the media is the "opposition party" to the administration.
Trump repeatedly criticized the TPP and Nafta on the campaign trail, saying the U.S. manufacturing sector had been hollowed out by bad trade deals. Trump was scheduled to meet business executives and union leaders in two separate meetings on Monday, a day the White House cast as focused on trade and job creation.
Concluded Cohen grimly: "Whether we liked it or not, we were the world's policeman. There was no other cop on the beat. Now that leadership is gone. So, increasingly, will be peace."
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has already announced the Canadian government's willingness to renegotiate NAFTA. In addition, President Trump's energy agenda plans to triple domestic U.S. energy production, no carbon tax, and the Trump tax proposal drops the corporate tax rate to 15%.
"For many people Clintonworld is life," said one former aide.
"They don't know anything else. There was a lot of measuring the drapes and not just now, it's been that way for a long time," another former aide said.
Andrea Mitchell then had her own Chicken Little moment, decrying "the global markets that have been collapsing overnight!" and immediately passing down an ultimatum. "Donald Trump has to rectify that," she scolded.
Whatever China's intentions, you have to admire their hilarious sense of timing – the new Chinese coal plan was announced on the first day of the Marrakesh COP22 Climate Conference.
The State has blacked out the majority of the email chain, but it came from White House Deputy National Security Advisor Michael Froman and forwarded to Hillary by her policy aide Jake Sullivan. Hillary then sent it to Chelsea.
Obama did everything in his power to convince the world that his signature on the Paris Agreement meant something. But without ratification by the US Senate, President Obama's signature on the Paris agreement is just an autograph, without legal force or standing.
"Does anyone seriously think Russia can somehow influence the American people's choice?" Putin asked. "Is America some kind of banana republic? America is a great power!"
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