Liberal “news” and media outlets went ballistic after it was discovered Trump had a phone conversation with the democratically elected leader of Taiwan. 

Here was Trump’s epic response to the leftist media:

Here’s what the “objective” New York Times headline looked like after they discovered Taiwan’s democratically elected leader called Trump:


Funny, the NYT’s didn’t seem to have a problem with President Obama’s visit to communist Cuba with their current dictator Raul Castro. As a matter of fact, they heralded Obama’s decision to normalize relations with the evil Castro brothers:


Following months of secret negotiations with the Cuban government, President Obama on Wednesday announced sweeping changes to normalize relations with Cuba, a bold move that ends one of the most misguided chapters in American foreign policy.
The administration’s decision to restore full diplomatic relations, take steps to remove Cuba from the State Department list of countries that sponsor terrorism and roll back restrictions on travel and trade is a change in direction that has been strongly supported by this page. The Obama administration is ushering in a transformational era for millions of Cubans who have suffered as a result of more than 50 years of hostility between the two nations. –  NYT’s

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Watch Paul Joseph Watson brilliantly destroy the narrative of the leftist media and their obsession with the congratulatory call to Trump by President Tsai Ing-wen of Taiwan:

Watson pretty much sums it up here:

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