Three countries where it’s very possible a Trump border wall could make matters worse

It’s really not good when Trump fans in Mexico see anything he does as a triumph. Because it rarely is. And the president himself suffers from the delusion that many Americans still support his…

Three countries where it’s very possible a Trump border wall could make matters worse

It’s really not good when Trump fans in Mexico see anything he does as a triumph. Because it rarely is. And the president himself suffers from the delusion that many Americans still support his hard line against immigrants. But if, as is most likely, the border wall will fail, and the migrant caravans continue to head northward and across Mexico, it might spell trouble in some far-flung corners of the world. It just might. Here are three places you need to keep a wary eye on.

Iran

There are at least 5 million U.S. citizens living in Iran, and Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif was correct when he tweeted this week: “Republican Congressmen fear a Trump border wall. Almost half of all Iranians are U.S. citizens, so their fear is normal. But their ineptitude and self-delusion might set back the struggle to replace Iran’s murderous and outdated Islamic theocracy with the pluralistic democracy of which Iranians have always dreamed.”

Concealed-carry carry, 7-round rounds

Carrying a gun in public

Turkey

There are an estimated 10 million U.S. citizens in Turkey, some 5 million of whom live in cities such as Istanbul, Izmir and Adana. That number includes more than 10,000 U.S. military personnel and their dependents. A few months ago, Turks celebrated when President Recep Tayyip Erdogan confirmed that the U.S. Embassy will be moving to Istanbul next year.

Manned, solid-state, Swiss-made firearm

An MBK, which the military uses to fire blanks to pretend to have AK47s and other heavy firearms.

Don’t agree? Check it out in action here:

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