President Trump: "I'm A Nationalist," Not A Globalist

Chris Menahan
Oct. 23, 2018

President Trump proclaimed himself a "nationalist" and not a globalist to roaring applause Monday at his jam-packed rally in Houston, Texas.

Full quote:
Under Republican leadership, America is winning again. America is respected again because we are putting America First. It hasn't happened in a lot of decades. We're putting them first. We're taking care of ourselves for a change. ... But radical Democrats want to turn back the clock for the rule of corrupt, power hungry, globalists. You know what globalist is? A globalist is a person that wants the globe to do well, frankly, not caring about our country so much.

And you know what, we can't have that. You know they have a word, it sort of became old fashioned, it's called a nationalist. And I say really, we're not supposed to use that word. You know what I am? I'm a nationalist, okay? I'm a nationalist. Nationalist. Nothing wrong. Use that word. Use that word.

They reported yesterday that Donald Trump was unpopular with foreign nations. He's one of the most unpopular presidents in the history of polling. And I said of course, I'm unpopular with foreign nations because we're not letting them rip us off anymore.
Globalism is a failed ideology.

There's a reason nationalists are surging throughout the West and even now in Brazil. Being nothing more than interchangeable units for globalist megacorporations has lost its appeal.

Watch the full rally below:

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