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BigBalls
11/12/17 1:31 am

Yeah but Obama didn’t lick his balls like Drumpf did.

Think Lovin Life
11/11/17 5:15 pm

Senate ... what are you trying to say with this article?

Senate101 San Diego
11/11/17 5:27 pm

It's not only Obama who bows, is what I'm saying. Treat both fairly.

Ebola1 Florida
11/11/17 5:54 pm

Trump didn’t bow. He bent over so a metal could be hung around his neck.

mtdewbob Arizona
11/11/17 5:58 pm

That’s so much bull crap it’s unbelievable. The Saudi King is about 90 and 5 foot 4. President Trump stands over 6 foot, the only way the Saudi King could get his arms up high enough for Trump is if he knelt down a little to allow the King to put the metal around his neck. If you believe that bull crap on the website you’re as dumb as a boxer rocks.

mtdewbob Arizona
11/11/17 6:05 pm

Senate101 - attached is the full video of the metal ceremony in Saudi Arabia by the king there of. youtu.be/ZEL9N9UXNqA
Before this moment I thought Mudskip was the dumbest liberal of SOH but you taken that honor away. ๐Ÿ™„

Senate101 San Diego
11/11/17 8:02 pm

But to clarify, I'm not liberal... I'm Moderate.

think4yourself Not a safe space
11/11/17 3:54 pm

I prefer the one not bending over.

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NathanBForrest Texas
11/11/17 2:55 pm

BEIJING — 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.

They refer to him as “Uncle Trump,” “Grand Commander” and “Donald the Strong.” After Mr. Trump’s visit to the Forbidden City on Wednesday with President Xi Jinping, one fan wrote on social media, “Long live Emperor Trump!”

Mr. Trump’s Chinese fans praise his irrepressible style, his skill as an entertainer and his willingness to say what he thinks. Many also like the fact that he seems less inhibited than previous American presidents about recognizing China as a superpower and as an equal on the global stage.

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mtdewbob Arizona
11/11/17 3:05 pm

Thank you, I did not know any of that.

smart1
11/11/17 4:23 pm

They are doing two things: honoring the President of the US. Not Trump, but the office of the President. And they are playing him for the fool.

NathanBForrest Texas
11/11/17 4:26 pm

Compared to holding Obama by the balls?

smart1
11/11/17 4:46 pm

We aren't talking about Obama. We're talking about Trump.

NathanBForrest Texas
11/11/17 4:49 pm

I'm just trying to gauge what "playing him for a fool" looks like. Because for Obama, they acted reserved and superior.

smart1
11/11/17 4:59 pm

Chinese are reserved and superior. You might even say inscrutable.

suppressedID Happy Year of Tiger
11/11/17 5:56 pm

้˜ฒไบบไน‹ๅฟƒไธๅฏๆ— 

English equivalent: He that reckons without his host must reckon again.

"This proverb is usually applied to such persons, who are apt to be partial in one Affair, flattering themselves with the Advantages they fansy to be on their side, and making no Allowances for the Disadvantages that will or may attend them."

BasedBlur Texas
11/11/17 2:37 pm

I prefer the president who didn't spend over 20% of his presidency golfing.

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bower8899 ...
11/11/17 2:23 pm

So...Obama shows respect while Trump doesn't?

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Ebola1 Florida
11/11/17 2:35 pm

Trump doesn’t kowtow. Obama does.

NathanBForrest Texas
11/11/17 2:53 pm

as it turns out, the Chinese like Trump better.

Think Lovin Life
11/11/17 2:59 pm

Bower ... it’s pathetic that you think what MrO did as he embarrassed one of our best allies was done out of respect.

You show yet again how pseudo intellectual leftists are so pathetically ignorant.

MrO’s clueless act was anything but respectful!

Think Lovin Life
11/11/17 3:02 pm

Nathan ... I don’t think the Chinese “like” MrT as a friend. I think they revere him as a force to be reckoned with as opposed to the amateur that was MrO, who was someone to laugh at.

NathanBForrest Texas
11/11/17 3:49 pm

They refer to him as “Uncle Trump,” “Grand Commander” and “Donald the Strong.” After Mr. Trump’s visit to the Forbidden City on Wednesday with President Xi Jinping, one fan wrote on social media, “Long live Emperor Trump!”

Mr. Trump’s Chinese fans praise his irrepressible style, his skill as an entertainer and his willingness to say what he thinks. Many also like the fact that he seems less inhibited than previous American presidents about recognizing China as a superpower and as an equal on the global stage.

cato Santa Barbara, California
11/11/17 2:21 pm

I don't bow in Japan. Trump doesn't need to either.

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Jazzy5 USA
11/11/17 1:57 pm

Americans shake hands. That’s what we do..

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mtdewbob Arizona
11/11/17 1:57 pm

Damn straight ๐Ÿ˜Ž

jztheman Connecticut
11/11/17 1:55 pm

Bowing is a sign of respect to another person and s way to show appreciation to them if they let you stay in their home. Obama is technically in the right here, bowing to your host is the one of the most respectful things you can do in Chinese and most Asian cultures.

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mtdewbob Arizona
11/11/17 1:57 pm

Sure, whatever you say๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚

Think Lovin Life
11/11/17 2:19 pm

JZ ... it’s clear that you’re ignorant of Japanese tradition as you carry water for the idiotic former president. MrO disrespected the emperor of one of our best allies!

mtdewbob Arizona
11/11/17 2:24 pm

Think, absolutely correct๐Ÿค” You are rapidly climbing the ladder of my favorite SOH users. ๐Ÿ˜

Think Lovin Life
11/11/17 2:33 pm

MtDew ... you’re there with me. However, that kinda crazy talk is gonna get you into trouble!!!

NathanBForrest Texas
11/11/17 2:54 pm

turns out the Chinese like Trump better.

Think Lovin Life
11/11/17 2:55 pm

Nathan ... it’s called common sense.