We all know Donald Trump to be outlandish and outspoken, but he’s an extremely well-read businessman and economist. He knows the dynamics of a country’s economy better than anyone in the government does, and that’s why he supported the leaving of Britain from the EU, as they’ve been stifled by unelected leaders that don’t have their best interests at heart. It’s sort of what’s happening here in the states, as politicians elect to give more and more of our money away to those who came here illegally and those who don’t share American values.
Donald took to the stage in Tunberry, Scotland, for the reopening of his golf course, and spoke about the Brexit decision briefly.
He said that the UK has taken their country back, much like right here in the states, and spoke about Obama and Hillary’s manipulation of the Scottish and British people for their own personal gain.
According to CNN,
Donald Trump welcomed the United Kingdom’s vote to leave the European Union, calling it Friday a declaration of independence and likening it to the opportunity Americans will have in November to vote for him.“Come November, the American people will have the chance to re-declare their independence,” Trump said in a statement from Scotland, where he is opening one of his luxury golf courses.Trump’s response was one of the first responses from American leaders waking up to the Brexit news, which will undoubtedly have far reaching economic and geopolitical side effects for one of the U.S.’s closest allies.Vice President Joe Biden, speaking in Ireland where he is making an official visit, expressed the administration’s regret about the vote but assured Britons that the bond between their two countries would remain strong.“I must say we had looked for a different outcome,” Biden said, speaking in Dublin. “We preferred a different outcome and I imagine may of you here felt the same way. But the United States — having a longstanding friendship with the United Kingdom, one of the world’s greatest Democracies — we fully respect the decision they have made.”House Speaker Paul Ryan, a Wisconsin Republican, also reaffirmed the close UK-U.S. alliance. “I respect the decision made by the people of the United Kingdom,” he said in a statement, adding that the two countries’ “special relationship is unaffected by this vote.”Trump, who referred to the Brexit as “fantastic” shortly after landing in Scotland, also tweeted that he had “just arrived in Scotland. Place is going wild over the vote. They took their country back, just like we will take America back. No games!”His comments came as Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon announced Scotland would hold another referendum to stay within the EU, citing the economic benefits to the partnership.The Brexit vote, expected to be close, came with 51.89% voting to leave and 48.11% calling on their country to stay within the 28-member group of countries.British Prime Minister David Cameron, who fought hard for a “remain” vote, announced that he would step down while European markets, skittish for weeks about the prospect of a “leave,” started sliding in reaction.Trump cast the potential economic turmoil as positive. “If the pound goes down, they’ll do more business,” he said at his Turnberry golf resort. “I think places like Scotland and England, I think you’re going to see a lot of activity. I think it could well turn out to be a positive. What is known is that they’ve taken back their independence. I thought this would be a good thing. Some don’t like (it) and some do like it.”Early analysis found that northern Britain tipped the vote, driven by frustration over immigration and a sense that they lack control over their own destiny, with decisions being made in a remote capital — Brussels.