DONALD TRUMP, RENÉ ANGÉLIL ET BRIAN MURONEY

July 21, 2016


By Bernard Bujold – 
One can easily identify the personality and game plan of Donald Trump and compare them with those of René Angélil and Brian Mulroney. 
Donald Trump and René Angélil have in common the genius of the show business and staging. René was, according to me, the greatest among all event organizers in the world. 
Politically, Donald Trump’s program is similar to the one of Brian Mulroney in 1984. “Creating sound economic management of the government by applying private sector management techniques.” Finally, we can add that Brian and Donald can count on an exceptional woman (beautiful and intelligent) to help. Mila Mulroney was essential to the success of Brian and Ivanka Trump seems to play the same role with Donald. 
To be continued… 
Photo 1: Donald Trump;
Photo 2: René Angélil and Brian Mulroney;
Photo 3: Ivanka Trump and Mila Mulroney;
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BRITAIN VOTED TO LEAVE THE EUROPEAN UNION AND DONALD TRUMP CELEBRATED BY VISITING HIS NEW GOLF RESSORT

June 25, 2016


By Bernard Bujold – 
Britain has voted to leave the European Union, a historic decision that will reshape the nation’s place in the world. 
Not long after the vote tally was completed, on Friday June 24, 2016, Prime Minister David Cameron resigned. 
This result will have direct consequences in the United States as Barack Obama campaigned with Cameron against the separation. 
The success of the anti open immigration vote in Britain is a big success for Donald Trump in the US who wants also act against open borders. 
From another angle, the decision by the United States Supreme Court against Obama immigration legacy will also put the issue on November’s ballot. 
Donald Trump celebrated the British victory happily but calmly by visiting with his family his new golf resort in Scotland…
To be continued…
Picture 1: David Cameron;
Picture 2: David Cameron and Barack Obama;
Picture 3 to 5: Donald Trump on golf in Scotland;
SEE STORY DAVID CAMERON;
SEE STORY US SUPREME COURT DECISION;
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THE JOURNALISTS AND THE WORLD OF POLITICS

May 6, 2016

BY BERNARD BUJOLD (LeStudio1.com) –
Every election cycle brings questionable news coverage. But the seasons 2015-2016 has been truly spectacular in its total failings by the journalists covering politics. In Canada with Justin Trudeau; in Quebec with Pierre Karl Péladeau; and more important in United States with Donald Trump. 
Why the media read the situation wrong? 
One consolation, I read the situation correctly in all three: Trudeau, PKP and Trump but I am retired and out from the action!
Picture 1 and 2: Donald Trump;
Picture 3: “Donald Trump Racing car” Toy;
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DONALD TRUMP

July 23, 2015


BY BERNARD BUJOLD (LeStudio1) – 
Some people are saying that Donald Trump is not a serious politician? 
What is politics? A question without an answer! 
Personally, if I was in my 20-30 again, I would like Trump very much! 
When I watch him, it remember me the time around 1980. The energy was special! 
For one, the McDonald’s restaurants were very popular in Canada and an economic leader around the world; and Brian Mulroney was saying that the government must change. 
Trump is talking outside the box in a way like Mulroney in 1984. 
But Trump might be a bit way to much at the right and he might finish like Ross Perot and Sarah Palin. 
One thing for sure: Trump is outside the box! 
By the way, the definition of a politician in the dictionary is this: “… a person skilled in political government or administration; statesman or stateswoman; an expert in politics or political government; a person who seeks to gain power or advancement within an organization in ways that are generally disapproved….” The word origin is from France around 1580.
The best definition of the politician I have seen (suggested by my friend Eric Weider) was a comment Nikita Khrushchev made to Nixon: “If people believe there’s an imaginary river out there, you don’t tell them there’s no river there. You build an imaginary bridge over the imaginary river.”
Picture 1 and 2: Donald Trump;
Picture 3 and 4: Brian Mulroney;
Picture 4: Ross Perot and Sarah Palin;
Picture 6: Bill Clinton, Ross Perot and Georges Bush;
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