Why do you think Trump had to intervene in this?
True. But isn't credit owed where credit is due? Hey I don't think he should have intervened, but that's just me
I'm a little curious about something. Are the people that were like "Oh gee. It's just way too mean to put these kids in jail for this" going to say "I'm so glad Trump intervened. He really came through"?
Is that gonna happen?
See my post above.
Trust. It's it takes time to build.
Ok. Thanks, Mr. Trump - for intervening in this when - at least on the surface - you "HAD" to.
The main thing here is that they are HOME and SAFE.
But credit = trust.
"Tell those SOBs to STAND UP!!!" (National Anthem).
How he handled Puerto Rico.
"There are good people - on BOTH SIDES" (my good home state of Virginia - in CHARLOTTESVILLE).
Other instances where you and I PM'd each other on, Eja. You know what that is.
Trust. It's just not there.
C'mon Eja...are you being real here or facetious?
Your PM's to me over the Chief of Staff's Civil War comments showed that at least YOU had some understanding - or I hope you just weren't trying to placate me.
To try my best to answer your question - He did NOT have to intervene. But he chose to - perhaps out of the requests of his staff or others.
I believe Mr. Trump has some good in him. I also see other stuff that concerns me.
Again - TRUST. It's built over time - by words, actions and deeds.