Donald Trump is showing us once again why he will be a great leader for our nation. With the stock market on the rise and his victory in the election, he has now shown his merit when dealing with the earthquake in New Zealand.
Even though he has not gotten sworn in yet, he made a call to the New Zealand Prime Minister John Key to offer any help he could.
According to the NZ Herald:
Prime Minister John Key said several world leaders had contacted him about the earthquakes, including an attempt by US President-elect Donald Trump.
Key told Newshub it was important to try to stop earthquakes impacting on the tourism industry.
“I do slightly worry about earthquakes because the news travels around the world, this is a big one – 7.5. A lot of leaders around the world that I know contacted me so they’re seeing it on their TV sets.”
Speaking on Mike Hosking Breakfastthis morning, Key said United States President-elect Donald Trump had tried to call him yesterday.
“That’s the message I got. I didn’t see it but he’s been trying to hook up.
“I suspect the combination of just wanting to make that first call and I’m sure they would have got reports of what had happened.”
Trump didn’t leave a number but Key said he had a number for him and expected the call would happen today or tomorrow.
Donald Trump already isn’t taking a day off. He doesn’t even have the job yet and is acting the part. Notice there was no mention of President Obama calling Prime Minister Key.
What are your thoughts on this?