Outgoing US Secretary of State John Kerry says President-elect Donald Trump should not “step into” the politics of Germany or any other country, just four days before Donald Trump takes office and will absolutely will be stepping into the politics of Germany and all other countries.
Kerry made the remarks in London where he was spending the closing stages of his final diplomatic tour on Monday, just four days before Trump takes office. Were these remarks from Kerry threats or remarks?
Trump said Sunday that the EU was “dominated” by Germany and that the UK made a “smart” decision last year to leave the bloc.
“You look at the European Union and it is Germany; basically, a vehicle for Germany. That’s why I thought the UK was so smart in getting out,” said Trump in an interview for The Times.
Kerry, however, called Trump’s remarks “inappropriate,” also saying he had been wrong to criticize the “courageous” German leader, Angela Merkel, over her immigration policies. Wow! Really?
“I thought, frankly, it was inappropriate for a president-elect of the United States to be stepping into the politics of other countries in a quite direct…Actually I think they need to turn off the AI robotics programming now on Kerry and others because it is so obvious these people do know know their place and power in the American political structure of government for the past 8 years.