In Poland, Trump Asks Whether West Has ‘Will to Survive’
In his speech in Warsaw, Mr. Trump said that at the time of terrorism, “the fundamental question of our time is whether the West has the will to survive” and specifically mentions NATO’s support.
• At a press conference with Polish President Andrzej Duda earlier in the day, Mr. Trump said Russia was likely behind piracy in the 2016 presidential election, repeated a North Korean warning after its missile test And again denounced what he called “false news.”
• Mr Trump’s visit to Europe should result in a high-level meeting with President Vladimir Putin of Russia that could have a significant impact globally and at home. Even the US leader’s aides did not know exactly what he would say when the two met face-to-face.
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• Western European countries had hoped to isolate M. Trump after rejecting the Paris agreement on climate change, but these efforts seem to fail.
In his speech, Trump calls for unity against terrorism.
M. Trump has sent a message Thursday to determine the face of terrorism to the Polish people during a speech at Krasinski place, where a monument recalls the 1944 Warsaw uprising against the Nazis, calling the West to defend in a good fight against extremism.
“The fundamental question of our time is whether the West has the will to survive,” he said, using the same language of life and death as his inaugural speech, which promised a war against the urban crime of “American carnage.”
“Do we trust in our values to defend at all costs? Do we souffons enough for citizens to protect our borders? Do we have the desire and the courage to preserve our civilization to those who face the subversent and destroy?” – Julie Hirschfeld Davis
Trump demands that Moscow put an end to destabilizing activities.
In the strongest terms he has used up to now, Mr Trump has taken advantage of his speech to urge Russia to end its “disruptive” activities and support “hostile regimes,” including Iran and Syria, to put a Sailing on the day before his meeting with M. Poutine, and said that Poland had agreed to purchase the Patriot anti-missile defense system.
M. Trump made the remarks during a visit in part to indicate his support for a NATO ally against Russian aggression on his eastern flank. And the collective defense principle behind the transatlantic alliance was explicitly carried out, which it refused to do in May when it spoke at NATO headquarters in Brussels.
While M. Trump has mentioned the terrible effect caused by the Nazis in Poland and its already flourishing Jewish population, many of its comments were the invaders of the East. The president said that Joseph Stalin detained his forces outside the city during the uprising, allowing the German forces to kill or Polish partisans who fought in the ruins of the taking of the city.
“The Soviet armed forces stopped and waited,” recalled his applause from the audience and shouts of Polish “Donald Trump” and “Hello Heroes!” The Soviets, he said, “tried to destroy this nation continues to tear their will to survive.” – Julie Hirschfeld Davis and Glenn Thrush