Governor Of Guam Backs Up Trump In Huge Way, “I Want A President That Says That”

by Chris Reynolds 0

FILE - In this July 27, 2012, file photo, Guam Gov. Eddie Calvo arrives at Buckingham Palace in London for a reception hosted by Queen Elizabeth II prior to the opening ceremony of the London 2012 Olympic Games. The U.S. territory of Guam, where almost everyone is Catholic, has been ripped apart by claims the archbishop abused altar boys. Calvo was in tough position when faced with a bill Catholic leaders feared would bring an onslaught of civil lawsuits for child sex abuse allegations and bankrupt the church. He signed it into law even though he, like about 80 percent of the US territory’s population, is Catholic. (AP Photo/Sang Tan, File)

Many liberals do not seem comfortable with having a Reagan-like president who takes a bold stand on geopolitical affairs. They have even been using the recent escalation in tensions between the United States and North Korea as an opportunity to advocate for getting President Donald Trump removed from the White House.

However, the people who this situation is affecting most directly clearly see it another way. North Korea’s dictator Kim Jong-Un has threatened that he will strike against the American Pacific territory of Guam to send a message to President Trump. Eddie Calvo, the Governor of Guam, spoke out how he fully supports Trump’s words and actions in regards to the island.

Said Calvo on Fox News, “As far as I’m concerned, as an American citizen, I want a president that says that if any nation such as North Korea attacks Guam, attacks Honolulu, attacks the West Coast, that they will be met with hell and fury.”

Stating that there was “no panic” on Guam, Calvo continued, “If you can recall, just going back to 2013, this is about the third, fourth threat made by North Korea specifically to Guam, as well as other facilities or bases in Asia as well as the States – Hawaii and the West Coast.”

Calvo criticized Senator Lindsey Graham’s comments, saying that he was “encouraging the administration to go to war because they’d rather have it over there than in the homeland.” Reiterating his support for Trump, he said, “I think it’s important to be very strong.” Are you glad he spoke out for Trump?