Chanting Crowds Greet Poland’s New ROCK STAR
I wonder what reception Obama would get in Poland?
Here is how Germany received Obama after 4 years.
A picture says a MILLION words!
Right before Obama left office he appeared at a summit.
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Two hysterical things happened. First, there were less than 50 people in the room. Second, only one person clapped after Obama finished speaking.
Simply put, nobody gave a crap about Obama in America or abroad.
Trump is another case.
During his speech, the president was stopped more than six times by the chants of “Donald Trump! Donald Trump!” And unlike Obama, Trump will be even more popular in four years.
The official White House transcript of Trump's Warsaw speech includes six of these interruptions –> pic.twitter.com/G6GS0LrUrX
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Yet we are told by the leftist media that Trump is unpopular. Don’t bet on it. People worldwide depend on a strong America. They feel strengthened as America showcases subdued dominance.
The crowd erupted when Trump said: “The West will never, ever be broken. Our values will prevail.”
Trump called out Russia.
He spoke on the dangers of “radical Islamic terrorism” and the strength of Western culture.
Additionally, Trump called upon Russia to cut off support to Syria and Iran. Also, Trump urged Russia to cease “destabilizing activities in the Ukraine and elsewhere.”
As the Independent Journal Review writes:
“We are fighting hard against radical Islamic terrorism,” Trump said, “and we will prevail.”
Trump called the acts committed by terrorists an “oppressive ideology” and said the world must come together to stop these kinds of attacks.
The president spoke on the strengths of the West and the opportunities it affords its people, compared to societies such has Russia and its allies. The president said:
“The West became great not because of paperwork and regulations, but because people were allowed to chase their dreams and pursue their destinies. Americans, Poles, and nations of Europe value individual freedom and sovereignty.”
“America and Europe have suffered one terror attack after another. We’re going to get it to stop,” Trump stated.
One of the nations the president mentioned — Syria — is currently undergoing civil war, where rebels are fighting for independence from dictator Bashar al-Assad.
The U.S. has taken measures to stop Assad’s advancement in the region; however, the Russians are backing the Syrian leader. Assad has committed horrible acts against his own people, including the use of chemical weapons to suppress his opposition forces.
Additionally, Assad is supported by Iran, another country that Putin has been friendly toward.
Don’t Forget the Fake News
Trump didn’t miss the opportunity to let his Polish fans know the American media is full of bias.
“I think what CNN did was unfortunate for them,” Trump began. “As you know, now they have some pretty serious problems. They have been fake news for a long time. They’ve been covering me in a very, very dishonest way.” Trump then turned to Duda. ”Do you have that also, by the way, Mr. President?”
Trump then pivoted to NBC News.
“NBC is equally as bad, despite the fact that I made them a fortune with ‘The Apprentice,’ but they forgot that,” he continued. “But I will say that CNN has really taken it too seriously,” with “it” presumably meaning the wrestling meme tweet. “I think they’ve hurt themselves badly, very, very badly.”
Trump ended his answer to that line of questioning by saying, “What we want to see in the United States is honest, beautiful, free, but honest press. We want to see fair press. I think it’s a very important thing. We don’t want fake news. And by the way, not everybody is fake news, but we don’t want fake news. Bad thing. Very bad for our country.”
No matter where he goes, Trump’s message resonates with people. They want politicians who aren’t politically correct, and who are honest.