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Thursday, July 06, 2017

The Polish Love Trump

By Douglas V. Gibbs
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The European country refuses to let in Muslim migrants, and therefore Poland has had no terrorist attacks, and they absolutely love President Donald J. Trump. . . and the mainstream media can't stand it.  President Trump gave a speech in Warsaw and as he spoke, he kept being interrupted because of the loud chants of "Donald Trump!" and "USA! USA!"

It also happened at a wreath-laying ceremony in Krasinski Square, where the excited crowd broke out into an American-style, "USA! USA! USA!" chant.

"The story of Poland is the story of a people who have never lost hope, who have never been broken and who have never ever forgotten who they are," Trump said in Warsaw, before the crowd began chanting his name.

"Thank you so much, thank you," he replied. "Thank you so much. A great honor."

Poland has a lot to be happy for, with Russia breathing down their neck, because the Trump administration has decided to reward Poland's alliance with the United States by allowing them the opportunity to purchase a PATRIOT Air Defense Missile System - the same system the Obama Administration had canceled as a part of his revamped START nuclear treaty.

Trump's adoration for Poland was also returned with a thank you. . . largely because Poland is one of the only NATO members fully honoring its financial commitment to the NATO alliance that welcomes American-offered security.

"That is also why we salute the Polish people for being one of the NATO countries that has actually achieved the benchmark for investment in our common defense," Trump said. "Thank you. Thank you Poland. I must tell you the example you set is truly magnificent and we applaud Poland."

Trump also said the United States remains firmly committed to honoring NATO's Article 5.

"To those who would criticize our tough stance" he's taken with asking NATO members to honor their financial commitments, Trump said, "I would point out that the United States has demonstrated not merely with words but with its actions that we stand firmly behind Article 5, the mutual defense commitment."

Poland has a lot to be grateful for. . . as the Germans riot and cry and whine at the G20 meeting in Hamburg.

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