In a surprise report titled “‘Uncle Trump’ Finds Fans in China,” The New York Times (yes, THE liberal New York Times) has revealed that the Chinese have given a few notable nicknames to President Donald Trump. Nicknames which floored the president during his visit, and which I’m sure will render its readers speechless.
President Trump has fans in China. They call him “Uncle Trump,” “Grand Commander” and “Donald the Strong.” https://t.co/WdAnPqBt4m
— The New York Times (@nytimes) November 10, 2017
Per the report:
They call him “Donald the Strong.” They heap praise on his family. They fawn over his rapid-fire tweets. They have even created an online fan club.
In America, President Trump faces a feisty press corps, damaging investigations into associates and sagging approval ratings.
But in China, where Mr. Trump arrived Wednesday, he has acquired a legion of admirers who hail him as a straight-talking politician and business mogul with a knack for deal-making.
Additionally, Dai Xiang, a Chinese resident who lives in the eastern province of Jiangsu and belongs to an online group of more than 23,000, confirmed that President Donald Trump is overwhelmingly well-liked in the communist nation.
“He’s true to himself,” Dai Xiang said. “He’s real, unlike other politicians.”
Hmmm. This is pleasantly surprising considering the way the media here in the states has tried to portray him in the midst of his twelve-day trip throughout Asia. Wouldn’t you agree?
The people of China treat President Trump better than many people that live in America. Maybe the liberals in this country should take some lessons from these respectful Chinese citizens who see what an incredible leader Trump is to America and to the whole world. [Source: US Truth Wire]