Trump just won on DACA - an interesting perspective

Article author: 
Don Surber
Article date: 
6 January 2018
Article category: 
National News
Article Body: 

... Donald Trump is the best negotiator in American politics because he is a student of Sun Tzu.

Sometime in high school when he was the captain of his class at New York Military, someone handed Trump a copy of "The Art of War."
All his success stems from that ancient text that dates to the sixth century before Christ.
If you know that book, then you know The Donald.
Here is the quote that applies to the DACA negotiation.
    Victorious warriors win first and then go to war, while defeated warriors go to war first and then seek to win.
... I would say he has figured out two ways to win. The obvious way to win is to reach an agreement and win. The less obvious way to win is to break negotiations and walk away. Reagan did the latter at Reykjavik in 1986...
Trump figured out how to grant amnesty to 800,000 people he cannot easily deport and get all the rest he wants. That's the deal. Democrats will high-five and exclaim how they won -- while the wall goes up, the barrios are cleansed of illegals, and chain migration ends.
If he does not get that, he walks away, and Democrats have to face their supporters who are watching a wall go up and illegals deported.
He won the battle both ways going in. Ending chain migration is the big prize, which is why he'll cut a deal.
Best of all, Democrats have two months to decide. He gave DACA a six-month extension that ends in March. The clock ticks...