Surely He Didn’t Say That

Oh, but surely he did.

After the unfortunate manner in which last weekend’s G-7 meeting in Quebec ended, Trump administration trade advisor Peter Navarro declared that

There’s a special place in hell for any foreign leader that engages in bad faith diplomacy with President Donald J. Trump and then tries to stab him in the back on the way out the door.

Peter Navarro, who probably should find another line of work

What happened, you may have heard, is that Agent Orange attempted to bully Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Trudeau was having none of it and dared explain the nature of the disagreement to reporters. In the narrow, narrow mind of Peter Navarro, however, anyone who dares disagree with Trump is accused of acting in bad faith.

Because in TrumpWorld, the only apparent explanation for disagreeing with the president is bad faith because, after all, how can you possibly disagree with HIM?

There’s no room for people like Navarro in public life. This guy needs to find the rock he crawled out from under and crawl back under it again.  Not only has he publicly declared that he’s a fool but he’s also identified himself as someone with whom foreign leaders should never interact under any circumstances because if everything doesn’t go exactly Navarro’s way, they’re going to open their morning papers and learn that some American nitwit has thrown a hissy fit  over the audacity of someone disagreeing with him.

The Curmudgeon suspects that Justin Trudeau is safe but he’s certain that Peter Navarro’s reservation for his own special place in hell was just confirmed.

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