President Donald J. Trump has officially kicked off his crucial foreign trip into Europe with an arrival Wednesday night in Poland before the G20 Summit in Germany on Friday.
Trump descended down from Air Force One onto a freshly rolled out red carpet with First Lady Melania Trump followed by his senior advisers Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump and the Treasury Secretary Steven Manchin.
U.S. Ambassador to Poland Paul Jones and his wife, as well as Polish Minister of Foreign Affairs Witold Waszczykowski and Minister of State Krzysktof Szczerski, were pleasantly awaiting to greet the First Family and his Administration before they loaded into the motorcade.
There were crowds of anxious Polish citizens and armored vehicles and police roaring with excitement at President Trump's arrival. Poland is considered the resistance leader to the rogue European Union which is continuously critical of Hungary, the Czech Republic, and Poland, for their refusals to allow Islamic Invaders aka ‘Refugees’ into their sovereign land.
National Security Advisor H.R. McMaster said last week that President Trump will give a “major speech” to the Polish people Thursday in Krasinski Square. He is expected to commemorate the Polish people’s bravery during World War II, while calling for allies to confront today’s challenges with the same courage, and ask Europe to follow the lead or the Nationalist right wing Poland.
While in Warsaw, Trump will also meet with Polish President Andrzej Duda and attend a meeting for the Three Seas Initiative, focusing on infrastructure development and energy security.
Warsaw is considered to be concerned about a growing threat from Russia, and President Trump intends to assure the Polish people that America and NATO will stand beside them no matter what.
Poland is considered honorable in leading the fight against globalist policies of the EU in the eyes of the President and American right wing supporters stand with the people of Poland in their plight against the destruction of European values.
The previous management of the european union regarding the refugee crisis is well worth criticising and the situation must change immediately.
Despite your stance on this being a hundred percent correct from my point of view, you lose all credibility you could have had by haphazardly lashing out at the european union, even calling them rogues. I believe the author of this article needs to grow up and mature into presenting his point of view reasonably and respectfully instead of insulting his opposition like a child.
And this is coming from an anon who agrees on the current situation being absolutely intolerable.