Trump's 'Calm Before the Storm' Is a Message to NKorea, Iran

White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders speaks to the media during a daily press briefing on Oct. 5 2017

White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders on Thursday appeared to disagree with President Donald Trump's assertion that Congress should be investigating American media outlets.

"I think the president has a great frustration with the fact that a lot of times you have inaccurate information that's being presented as factual", Sanders said. Schumer said if Trump "wants to work together to improve the existing health care system, we Democrats are open to his suggestions".

USA policy toward both Iran and North Korea is closely related, because we must prevent Iran from joining the nuclear club and becoming another, even more unsafe version of North Korea.

When asked by reporters what storm he was referring to, the president said, "You'll find out".

Trump also wouldn't say if the USA was planning to get rid of the Iran nuclear deal.

Reporters at Friday's White House briefing repeatedly asked for clarification, with one questioning whether he was serious. ISIS? North Korea? Iran?

For over a month after that, reporters repeatedly asked administration officials and Trump himself about whether he had taped his conversations in the White House, and got only vague responses. There is so much I can say about her, definitely in comparison to Former First Lady Michelle Obama, that would speak to why she is unfit for be American's First Lady. "I think that the President is the one that's keeping the world from chaos", Sanders told reporters at her daily news conference.

For decades, Trump played popular culture's role of the stereotypical rich guy, and he starred in the reality game show, "The Apprentice", for more than a decade.

The president emphasized again that he is "unhappy" with Iran's attitude and the 2015 deal under which Tehran agreed to curb its nuclear program in exchange for sanctions relief from U.S. and other world powers. Or maybe the storm has something to do with North Korea or Syria.

Sanders did not respond to questions on Trump's cryptic "calm before the storm" remark he made last evening after his meeting with military generals.

Trump aided the people of the country, throwing toilet rolls at them.

Cantlon rightly suggests that today's situation with North Korea (and by implication, Iran) exists because of past leadership fecklessness. With that understanding, I admit it felt as if she looked down at the masses for quite some time from her aerie in Trump Tower.

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