US President Donald Trump and his economic team are planning to visit some few countries in Africa. Our source reveals that the visit will revamp and bring back Africa to the fullest. “I will work closely with the continent”
To Trump the world is a brightly colored, dangerous place full of bad guys whom Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama have ignored, coddled or abetted. He suggested that the United States get out of NATO, saying that the treaty with our European allies had outlived its usefulness. He said that he could get the Middle East back in line with “better deals,” and he said that he would finally put an end to China’s, and much of Asia’s, unfair trade policies
Africa, that big continent in the middle of the world, which includes 54 nations, is apparently not part of the grand vision that Trump’s presidency will be enacting. Which might actually be a good thing, because what little we do know about how Trump looks at Africa would make for tone-deaf, foolish, horrible foreign policy.
Except the federal government takes a proactive visa policy review, Nigerians will no longer be issued with American entry visas which have two-year validity following the Executive Order signed on Friday by President Donald Trump, The Cable can report. Also, Nigerians who hold dual nationality will be affected if their other passport is from Syria, Iraq, Iran, Sudan, Libya, Somalia and Yemen — the seven Muslim-majority countries “of concern”
While the travels may help in establishing essential networks and contacts all over the world, it is imperative to examine the foreign trips recorded by the two presidential candidates in America, relative to Africa.
While Africa is presently dealing with the never ceasing election rigging anchored in doctored poll results, a case in point Gabon, USA election always elicits attention from every African country. It is worth noting that Africans are the fastest growing group of immigrants to America, as per a survey conducted by Pew Research in 2013
While African immigrants to America may not have the same intensity and polarization about the two presidential candidates-Donald Trump on the GOP side and Hillary Clinton on the Democratic party side, only 1% of African Americans, according to polls are backing Donald Trump. That is the worst Republican candidate has fared.
So, just how many times have Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump visited Africa?
No surprise for a guy who owns his own Boeing 757, the Republican frontrunner gets around. And he’s always got a business excuse to wing out of the country — a new golf course in Ireland, a Miss Universe pageant in Panama, casinos and resorts all over the world, yuge, very successful — by now, you surely know the routine.
He has only been to African once; Africa, that big continent in the middle of the world, which includes 54 nations, is apparently not part of the grand vision that Trump’s presidency will be enacting. Which might actually be a good thing, because what little we do know about how Trump looks at Africa would make for tone-deaf, foolish, horrible foreign policy.