President Trump’s views regarding ‘Nationalism’
President Donald Trump: “To me I don’t have to clarify. It means I love the country, it means I’m fighting for the country. I look at two things, globalists and nationalists. I’m somebody that wants to take care of our country because for many, many years, you know this better than anybody, our leaders have been more worried about the world than they have about the United States and they leave us in the mess.
“I’m proud of this country and I call that nationalism.”
I call it being a nationalist and I don’t see any other connotation than that. Now, as soon as you make any statement nowadays with the political correctness world, they make a big deal. I’m not a globalist, but I want to take care of the globe. But first I have to take care of our country. I want to help people around the world, but we have to take care of our country or we won’t have a country, including; we have to take care of our country at the border.”–POTUS 45; October 30, 2018.
A Campaign Promise: “We will no longer surrender this country, or its people, to the false song of globalism.”–Donald Trump, April 27, 2016.
Question: “Does the Bible prophesy a one-world government and a one-world currency in the end times?” See the ‘Got Questions?’ answer here. “What is the New World Order?” “Should a Christian be opposed to globalization?”