President Trump Participates in a 2:2 Bilateral Meeting with the President of Poland


President Trump: Thank you
very much. We have the very great privilege of having the President
of Poland with us and his very powerful
and lovely wife. Thank you very much.
It’s great to be with you again. And we are celebrating
a lot of different things. The purchase of many
F-35 aircraft by Poland — the finest jet in the world,
they say. The finest fighter plane
anywhere in the world. And you knew that;
you had your choice. Poland has done really well, and they have really eclipsed
anything that anybody thought. And their numbers are fantastic.
Their economy is good. We’ve helped them a lot
and they’ve helped us a lot. We have a tremendous
trading relationship, and we’re going to be discussing
numerous things today. We’re going to have
a pretty long meeting, and at the end of which I guarantee a lot of good things
are happening. But they’re big buyers
of our equipment, of our planes, and our munitions in every form,
in every respect. And we’re going to keep it
that way, and we appreciate it. And on behalf of the First Lady
and myself, I’d like to thank you both
for coming to the Oval Office — a very special place. And we’ve been here
before together. And I will never forget
the speech I made in Poland. We were treated so well. The people are such
a great group of people. And we had a tremendous day. I remember it very well.
I won’t forget it. That was really rolling out
the red carpet. We will not forget.
Thank you very much. President Duda: Thank you.
Mr. President. We also remember
very well your speech (laughter) President Trump: Thank you. The Press: Will there be
Fort Trump in Poland? President Trump: Excuse me.
Go ahead, please. (inaudible) President Duda: Mr. President, thank you very much
for this excellent possibility to meet here in Washington
with you, in the White House — second time
during the last 10 months. This is excellent opportunity to
talk about the important issues in our bilateral relations
and about the situation in NATO and the situation
of security and defense in our part of Europe, and especially about
the future cooperation in trade, and especially in the issue
of energy, energy security. And I hope that
we will have a lot to say during the press conference. The Press: So will there be
Fort Trump, sir? President Trump: So
we’re looking at doing things with Poland, including working
with their military. And, as you know,
Poland wants to build a great military facility
for the United States. They’ll build it.
They’re going to spend money. I mean, that’s up to them
if they want to do it, but it’s something
we’ll consider. But they’ll be
putting up the money to build a very major
military facility in Poland. And we are giving it
very serious thought, and we’ll see how
that all works out. But they came to us.
They liked the idea. And it’s something
that we’re very interested in. The Press: Mr. President,
why shouldn’t Americans know why a citizenship question
was added to the 2020 census? President Trump: You’re talking
about the census? The Press: Yes, the census. President Trump: Well, I think
that — and I’m not overly
involved in that. That’s really a legal matter. But I think when
you have a census, and you’re not allowed to talk
about whether or not somebody is a citizen or not, that doesn’t sound
so good to me. Can you imagine,
you send out a census and you’re not allowed to say whether or not a person
is an American citizen? In Poland, they’d say they’re
either Polish or they’re not. Right? So I don’t want to get you
into this battle, but it’s ridiculous.
I think it’s — The Press: Why not release
those documents, Mr. President? Why not let the American people
see those documents, though? President Trump: I think
it’s totally ridiculous that we would have
a census without asking. But the Supreme Court is going
to be ruling on it soon. I think when
the census goes out, you should find out
whether or not — and you have the right to ask
whether or not somebody is a citizen
of the United States. Okay. Yes, ma’am. The Press: Mr. President,
are the U.S. troops ready for deployment in Poland? President Trump: Well,
we’re talking about it. That’s one of the reasons
that we’re here. A lot of money is going
to be spent on a facility — a military facility. A great one, in a very good
location in Poland. And, actually, it will be spread
over a little area. But, basically,
one primary facility. We’ll see how it works out. We’re talking about it
right now. The Press: Mr. President,
do you consider Russia as a threat to Poland
and to Europe? President Trump: I hope not.
I’ll tell you what: We’re with everybody.
And I hope not. I think that Russia will
treat Poland with respect, just like the rest
of the world is treating. Poland has really built up
a great country. You know, they get hurt,
unfortunately, too often. Right? Too often. They’re in
the middle of everything. And when bad things happen, it seems that Poland is always
the first one that’s in there. And it’s unfortunate. No, I hope that Russia
and Poland and Germany and everybody
is going to get along. That’s what I want.
I want everybody to get along. The Press: (inaudible) your reaction to the
demonstrations in Hong Kong? Is China overplaying
its hand here? President Trump: Well, they’re
massive demonstrations. I looked today, and that
really is a million people. A lot of times, people talk
about they had 2,000 people but it was really 1,000
or it was 200. I see it all the time.
I see it all the time. But when you look
at this demonstration, they said it was
a million people, and that was a million people. That was as big a demonstration
as I’ve ever seen. So, I hope it all works out
for China and for Hong Kong. The Press: Are they sending
a message to China with these demonstrations? President Trump: I don’t know
what they’re sending them. I mean, that’s a demonstration
that they’re having. I understand the reason
for the demonstration, but I’m sure they’ll
be able to work it out. I hope they’re going to be
able to work it out with China. The Press: Mr. President — President Trump: Yes. Yes. The Press: Mr. President,
what do you think about the Three Seas
Initiative of Central and Eastern Europe
in (inaudible)? President Trump: Say it? The Press: Three Seas
Initiative that was helping Europe
(inaudible)? President Trump: Well,
we’re going to be discussing a lot of those elements today. The Press: Mr. President, are you concerned
about your internal polling as it relates to Joe Biden? President Trump: No, because we
have great internal polling. They were fake polls that were
released by somebody that is — it’s ridiculous. No, we are winning in every
single state that we’ve polled. We’re winning in Texas very big.
We’re winning in Ohio very big. We’re winning
in Florida very big. They were fake polls
that were either put out by the corrupt media —
because much of the media in this country
unfortunately is corrupt; I have to tell you that,
Mr. President. And some of it is excellent,
but some is very bad. Those are fake numbers. But you know when you’re
going to see that? You’re going to see that
on Election Day. On Election Day,
you’re going to see it. It was the same thing —
I had the same thing for — The Press: Some of your
advisors say there is concern. President Trump: I had
the same thing for a long period of time
in 2016. I was getting these
terrible poll numbers, and I didn’t see it, because I’d have
tremendous crowds and my opponent
would have almost nobody. And I said, I think we’re going
to win the state of Michigan — and we did.
I think we’re going to win the state of Wisconsin,
Pennsylvania, Ohio. And we won them all. And now I have the same stuff.
They’re giving out phony polls. No, these are polls
that we have, that nobody saw. We do very little polling because I’m not a huge believer
in polling. I think you go out there
and you fight and you don’t really need polls.
You need ideas more than polls. But we have some internal
polling — very little — and it’s unbelievably strong. The strongest I’ve ever been
is exactly today. The Press: Some of your
advisors say there is concern. Is that inaccurate? President Trump: No,
they’re not advisors. It’s fake news. You don’t understand
what I’m saying. Those advisors don’t exist.
They don’t exist. It’s made up by the newspapers.
It’s fake news. The Press: Mr. President,
the House and Senate committees have subpoena power. How is this going to play out
over the next two years? President Trump: Well, I think
what the Democrats are trying to do — because they know they’re
going to lose the election so they’re going to
give this a shot — they’re going to —
just every day they’re going to be going
more and more after, after. I don’t know if you have this,
Mr. President, but we have people that
are totally out of control. It’s the only way they think
they can win the election. So we’ll see what happens. But at some point,
the Mueller report spoke. They were very disappointed. It said, No collusion and no
obstruction and no nothing. And, in fact,
it said we actually rebuffed your friends from Russia; that we actually pushed them
back — we rebuffed them. So, the Democrats were very
unhappy with the Mueller report. So now they’re trying to do
a do-over or a redo. And we’re not doing that.
We gave them everything. We were the most transparent
presidency in history. We gave them everything.
And you and I, we’ve all had this conversation
many times before. There’s never been anybody
so transparent. Gave them 1.5 million documents.
We gave them hundreds of people. I gave them lawyers,
which I didn’t have to give. I didn’t have to give anybody.
We gave them everybody. And people that didn’t like
Donald Trump — 18 Trump haters — 18 Democrats,
and they were Trump haters. And they were supporters,
in some cases, of Hillary Clinton.
They made the decision. And Bob Mueller,
no fan of Donald Trump; I’m no fan of his. And Bob Mueller came out
with a report that said no collusion and, by the way —
and led to no obstruction. So now the Democrats want to try
and win an election, so they just keep it going. And I think the American public
is not going to stand for it. I’ll tell you what the Democrats
should be doing; they should be working
on the border, they should be working
on drug pricing, and they should be
working on infrastructure, where we could get
that done very quickly, but they don’t have
any time to do anything. And I think it’s going to be
a tremendous day for us. It’s a year and half now
until the election. I think it’s going to be
a tremendous day for us. The Press: Mr. President,
what are you expecting to get out of your meeting
with President Xi at the G20? And also, can you update us
on the agreement you have with Mexico
that you alluded to yesterday? President Trump: We expect
to have a meeting with President Xi. We’re doing very well
with respect to China. We’re taking in billions
and billions of dollars, which we never took in before. The tariffs are —
been, you know, very strong. We have 25 percent
of $250 billion. And tremendous money
is flowing into our Treasury. China is subsidizing
those companies, so our people
are not paying for it. If you look, our people
are not paying for it. China is subsidizing
those companies so that people continue to work. Now, the problem for China is that a lot of companies
are leaving China because they don’t want
to pay the tariffs. But we’re doing very well.
And I think — I have a feeling that we’re
going to make a deal with China because I really don’t believe that China wants
to continue the problem that they really
caused themselves. Because we had a deal done. Almost, I would say, all of the
tough points were negotiated. They were negotiated
and they were agreed to. And everything was finished. And then China told us
they can’t agree to things that they already agreed on. All right. And that’s okay.
So I said, That’s okay. We’re going to put tariffs on —
25 percent on $250 billion. Now we have another
$325 billion left. And if we don’t make a deal, we’re going to put a tariff
on that too. And the United States
is making more money than they’ve ever made ever,
ever before from China. I’d like to make a deal,
but we’ll see what happens. But I can tell you,
as much as I’d like to, China wishes they had that deal
to do over again, because what they did was wrong.
You can’t renegotiate a deal. We had a deal that was done
and they wanted to renegotiate. You can’t do that. The Press: We know
that President Duda invited you to Poland again. President Trump: That’s right. The Press: Are you going to visit Warsaw in September? President Trump: I think
I will. We haven’t picked a date,
but we will. I just had an incredible time.
That speech was special, from the standpoint
of the people of Poland. And I know it was considered
a very important speech. You people even gave me
very high marks on that speech. I could say it,
but I don’t want to say it, but some people said
it was the best speech ever made by a President
in Europe. But I did not say that.
I’m just quoting other people. (laughter) But it was a great —
it was a great day. The two folks —
you treated us so great. I’ll never forget it. We won’t forget our trip
to Poland. Very, very tremendous,
special people. The Press: Mr. President,
how concerned are you — The Press: Mr. President, should the women’s soccer team
get paid as much as the men’s? The Press: — about backsliding
on democracy in Poland? The Press: Should the women’s
soccer team — President Trump: Quiet. Quiet. Go ahead. The Press: Mr. President,
how concerned are you about backsliding
on democracy in Poland? And will that be a subject
of discussion today? President Trump: I’m not concerned. I know the President very well. I know the people and the
leadership of Poland very well. I’m not concerned at all. By the way,
Poland is doing so well and they know
if they do backslide, they won’t be doing well like
they’re doing right now. They’ve probably never done
better economically. They’re like us:
The U.S. has never done better economically than
we’re doing right now. They don’t want to backslide.
They won’t backslide. And besides that,
they owe us a lot of money because they’re buying
a lot of things, right? So that’s important.
So they have to do well. We have to make sure
they do well. We’re very, very happy
with Poland. You may want to say
something about that. President Duda: (inaudible)
someone cheated you. Sorry. The Press: Excuse me? President Duda: Someone
cheated you. There is no problems with democracy in Poland. Really. The Press: Thank you. President Duda: Everything
is excellent. President Trump: That’s what
I hear. Okay? The Press: President Trump? President Trump: Yes. The Press: The base that Poland
says they want to build, is this permanent? Is this meant to house a
permanent U.S. presence or not? President Trump: This would be
a — certainly a statement that
the U.S. would be making. I don’t talk about permanence
or non-permanence. But this would be a statement
that the U.S. is making. Steve, go ahead. Please. The Press: How many troops
are you talking about? President Trump: Well, they’re
talking about 2,000 troops, but we’d be taking them
out of Germany or we’d be moving them
from another location. It would be no additional
troops to Europe. We’ve be moving them
from another location. The Press: And have you
signed off on this? President Trump: And as you know, we have 52,000 troops
in Germany, and Germany is not living up
to what they’re supposed to be doing with respect to NATO,
and Poland is. I have to congratulate you.
Thank you very much. But Poland is paying the max.
The max will be raised. I raised over $100 billion
last year from countries
that were not paying. And it wasn’t fair
to the United States. So we put in — they put up
over $100 billion more. But as you know,
Germany is at 1 percent. They should be at 2 percent. And they’re not
getting there fast. We have 52,000 troops
in Germany. We’ve had them there
for a long, long time. So we’d be, probably, moving a certain number
of troops to Poland if we agree to do it. Poland is going to build
a phenomenal facility in a very good location. The Press: So you’re not
totally convinced that you want to do this? President Trump: We haven’t
totally made up a decision. No. We haven’t
finalized anything, but the facility itself
would be world class. The Press: Would you like
this facility to be named Fort Trump? President Trump: Well,
that’s up to them. I have nothing to do
with naming it. The Press: What do you think? President Trump: Fort Trump.
That’s all I need, Fort Trump, and you people would have
a field day with that, right? (laughs) No, that’s up to them. They can name it
whatever they want. Yes, sir. The Press: Thank you for
allowing us to ask questions. President Trump: Thank you. The Press: Can you comment
about — your speech in Poland was brilliant,
so thank you very much. President Trump: Thank you. Did everybody hear that? No. (laughter) Thank you. The Press: Can you —
a question — an open question: Can you comment
about the energy cooperation? I understand that there is
(inaudible). President Trump: So, energy is
a tremendous asset that we have. Since I’m President, we became the largest
energy producer in the world. And we now are shipping
a lot of energy offshore and to different countries. Vietnam just made
a tremendous purchase of coal from West Virginia. We’re a tremendous
energy producer now in all forms of energy. And it’s actually,
within a year — especially if I get
certain pipelines built — it won’t even be close. We’ll be double
what other countries are. It used to be Saudi Arabia
and Russia; now it’s United States,
Saudi Arabia, and Russia. So we’ve made
tremendous strides. Poland is buying a lot of LNG. It’s going to buy billions
and billions of dollars’ worth of LNG from us,
and we appreciate that. The Press: Is it the result
of a common initiative, Mr. President? President Trump: That’s right. The Press: Mr. President,
will you use sanctions to block Nord Stream II — the pipeline
from Germany to Russia? From Russia to — President Trump: Well,
we’re looking at it. Look, people have a right
to do what they want to do. I think it’s a — you know, something that I’ve been looking
at and I’m thinking about. And I’m the one that brought up
the pipeline problem where you have Russia giving a
tremendous percentage of energy. You know this gas
is going into Germany. I say, How can you do that? So, we’re protecting
Germany from Russia. And Russia is getting billions and billions of dollars
of money from Germany. I’m the one that
brought up the problem. With that being said,
I hope they get along. But Russia is paying 1 percent,
as I said. They’re not paying
2 percent. They should be
paying much more — Germany. That Germany
is paying 1 percent; they should be paying
2 percent. They should really be
paying more than that. But we’ll see
how that works out. No, I think this: We have
something much better. We have tremendous LNG —
liquefied natural gas. And a lot of the European
countries are wanting it, including yourselves. I mean, tremendous amounts
are being sold to different places
all over the world, but also to Europe. And I think
that’s really the way, if they want to spend
a tremendous amount of money. I do think this: And I
would say, hopefully, nothing will happen.
Nothing negative. Hopefully, we’re going to have a
great relationship with Russia, great relationship with China
and with Germany, and everybody else. But I do think that Germany
is putting themselves at a tremendous disadvantage
when 50, 60, or 70 percent
of their energy is being supplied by Russia.
I don’t know how you can do it. The Press: (inaudible) you have the power
to block the pipeline. You can just
put sanctions. President Trump: Well, Germany — no, no, let me
explain it differently. Germany has the power
to block it. You know how they block it?
By not buying it. I mean, Germany
made a decision to buy a tremendous percentage
of their energy from Russia. Germany — whether they should
be doing that or not, they’re the ones that have
the power to block it. They shouldn’t buy it.
Or, if they want to, they can. But that’s really
a decision of Germany. I’m not saying
that I would be in favor. I think the German people
aren’t very happy about it. Because it really makes
Germany a hostage of Russia if things ever happened
that were bad. Hopefully that will never be —
happen. Okay. Go ahead. The Press: Your comments to — your reaction
to new comments by Iran. Rouhani is saying
Iran will not start a war but will defend itself
if attacked. President Trump: Well,
I would think they would. The Press: Your response?
What do you think of that? President Trump: Sure. I would think they would.
I hope they defend themselves. The Press: What do you think
of that? Does that increase the chances
of coming to the table? President Trump: I would think
they would defend themselves. Iran is not the same country.
When I became President, Iran was a terror
all over the world. They had just made this horrible
deal for the United States — the Iran Nuclear Deal. And I became President
and I terminated the deal. And Iran now is in chaos.
It’s got a lot of problems. I don’t want them
to be that way. But we’re stopping their oil. We’re stopping a lot
of different things. We just stopped, two weeks ago,
the steel, metals — all metals,
all forms of metals. And, as you know,
they have tremendous inflation. They have a lot of problems. I don’t want them
to have problems. The problem could be solved, but
you know what they have to do. And they didn’t do it properly. And the deal that President
Obama made was a horrible deal. It was a horrible deal —
$150 billion; $1.8 billion in cash.
It was a horrible deal, and I terminated
the deal very nicely. I terminated the deal. Since I terminated that deal,
Iran is not the same country. But I —
with all of it being said, hopefully we’ll able
to get along with Iran. If we can, that’s great. And if we can’t,
that’s great too. The Press: Can I ask a question
on Venezuela, please? President Trump: Venezuela is,
obviously, in flux. It’s doing unbelievably badly. This was, Mr. President,
one of the richest countries. Had tremendous oil,
tremendous everything. It just shows you,
when you have a bad system, it became a socialistic system,
or worse. And now people don’t have food.
They don’t have water. They don’t have anything.
It’s a very sad thing. We’re watching Venezuela
very closely. The Press: You tweeted
that Russia had told you that they were taking out a large part of their military.
Russia has denied that. What is the situation right now?
What do you know? President Trump: Well,
let’s just see who’s right. You know what
you’re going to do? You’re going to see in the end
who’s right. Okay? The Press: What do you know
at this point? President Trump: You just
watch it. Okay? And we’ll see who’s right.
Ultimately, I’m always right. Yeah. Go ahead. The Press: Sir, are you any
closer to making the decision on meeting with Putin
at the G20? President Trump: I’ll be
meeting with Putin at the G20. I’ll be meeting
with President Xi at the G20. I’ll be meeting with many
of the leaders at the G20. The Press: Are you going
to have a lot of people in the room with you —
national security officials? President Trump: Well,
it’s probably easier because you people are so untrusting.
So it’s probably better if I — would you like to be
in the room? Okay? The Press: I would love
to report on it. President Trump: Would you
like to be? I can imagine you would be. The Press: I would love — sir.
Sir, I would love — President Trump: I think
it’s probably easier is we have people in the room because you people
don’t trust anything. Go ahead. The Press: Mr. President, you
established great cooperation with President Andrzej Duda. Can you comment about
the program of First Ladies? They’ve been a great part of — President Trump: Well, the
First Ladies know each other. They get along
with each other. They’re going out to lunch
right after this. Would you like
to say something? Melania Trump: It is great to have
them here again in the Oval Office
and in the White House. And I’m looking forward
to talking with Mrs. Duda about the children — what they’re facing
in our country, what they’re facing in Poland — as we did the first time,
and we will continue to do so. The Press: Mr. President,
when do you fulfill your promise to remove visa requirement
for the Poles? President Trump: We’re looking
at that, actually. We’re looking at that. That’s the kind
of a relationship we have with Poland.
We are looking very strongly at visa requirements,
with respect to Poland. The Press: When? President Trump: We’ll know
pretty soon. Something could happen. President Duda: We’ll talk
about it during the press conference, but today
a very important agreement between our government
was signed — very important for the —
for this — President Trump: Step. The Press: — visa regime. President Trump: Big step. The Press: Mr. President,
can you say what your measurement for the success of your deal
with Mexico would be? How will you know
if the deal is working? President Trump: Well, because
our country has been so successful
over the last two and half years,
it’s been incredible — our GDP numbers,
our production numbers, our manufacturing
employment numbers. We have the most people
working in our country that we’ve ever had. We’re almost up
to 160 million people. We’ve never been close. And because the United States
has become so successful, in terms of its economic
and what it means — the economy
of the United States — tremendous numbers of people are
trying to come into our country. And I’m saying
you can’t do that. You have to come in legally, and you have to
come in through merit. Now, a lot of things
are happening, but Mexico stepped up
to the plate. Perhaps it was
because of the tariffs. I would say perhaps
being defined as 99 percent. But that doesn’t matter
because the President of Mexico and I have a very,
very excellent relationship. We spoke. His people were here
for two and half, three days, working intensively
on the agreement. And I think it’s going
to mean a lot of — a lot fewer people coming up. You just can’t crash our borders
like this. Mexico has very, very strong
immigration laws. We have incompetent — we have
the worst immigration laws, the dumbest laws
anywhere in the world — anywhere in the world.
There’s nothing close. But Mexico’s laws
are as strong as they can be. Now, Mexico is moving 6,000
troops to their southern border. That’s a lot of troops.
That’s a lot more — we never even heard
of a number like that. That’s a lot of troops. But that’s what they want to do
because they want to produce. I think Mexico really
wants to produce. If Mexico does a great job, then you’re not going to have
very many people coming up. If they don’t,
then we have phase two. Phase two is very tough. But I think they’re going
to do a good job. Now, with all of that
being said, if the Democrats got together
with me for 15 minutes, we could wipe out the loopholes and we wouldn’t need anything
from anybody. But, right now,
Mexico is helping us much more on immigration
than the Democrats in the U.S. The Press: What’s phase two,
Mr. President? What’s phase two? President Trump: Phase two
is a much tougher phase. Much tougher. The Press: What’s it look like?
Safe third country? The Press: Mr. President,
we know you have a special surprise for President Duda: F-35 flyover
over the White House. President Trump: Yeah. I do. The Press: Can you elaborate
a little bit more about that? President Trump: Well, at 1:55, we’re going to have the world’s
greatest fighter jet — most advanced plane, probably,
anywhere in the world beyond fighter jet;
most advanced plane. And at 1:55 to 2:00 —
we have to hurry because we have to make it, so we’ll end
with this question — we’re going to have two
Super F-35s flying at a great rate of speed, and then they’re doing
a second flyback. And I think they’re going
to go straight up. So they’re going to put on
a very small show for us, but it’s going to be something. And we’re doing that
because Poland has ordered 32 or 35 brand new F-35s at the highest level
and the latest model. And I congratulate you on that.
That means you have good taste. The Press: Mr. President, where does your respect
for Poland come from, other than your visit to Poland? President Trump: Well, because
the United States has a tremendous
Polish population. They were very much in favor.
They liked me and I like them, and a lot of them
voted for Trump. And I’ve always loved
the Polish people, and I’ve always respected
the Polish people. They’re very, very hardworking
and they’re smart. And they love their country
and they love our country, too. So I’m always
in favor of Poland. Thank you, sir.

100 thoughts on “President Trump Participates in a 2:2 Bilateral Meeting with the President of Poland

  • "mexicos immigration laws so stronk" uhhhh what? they literally let people come in their southern border with no regard, and offer anyone amnesty. trump relies on you fools doing zero research.

  • "we're going to have two, two fighter jets, and they're going to be flying very fast. very fast. at a rate – at a rate of speed." the best words folks.

  • Great! Journalists questions should be about the meeting, and more organized, not a big shouting crowd interrupting both! In the meetings with other world leaders they behave better! Some one pick up who asks!

  • Reporters should not be allowed to ask all those stupid questions, it's really rude to the visiting world leaders.

  • Talking problems on the world stage, but somewhere i still hear a retard asking “should women soccer team earn same as men” inbetween his responses once in a while…SAD

  • The alliance of Trump and Duda – USA and Poland – makes the EU and the Merkel putsch in Germany look like a complete JOKE!

  • Mexico signed the U. N. Global Migration Pact in December 2018. That is why they are allowing all these people in. The U.S.A (President Trump) did not sign this Pact. Neither did Poland. Two smart leaders.

  • Poland,as a country that suffered socialism and the presence of former Soviet Union is now nationalist,pro borders, so we have to keep this good relations. Thank you, Mr. President! And the fake news so called journalists as always asking stupid questions. My God,they will never learn!
    Trump 2020🇺🇸

  • American media doing their best to embarrass their President in front of foreign leader but the only thing they do is look totally ridiculous. This man has put up with these attacks and mistreatment for over 3 years. He endures this and gets things done. No results from dems who are concentrating only on empty investigations. Americans need to pay attention and re elect this man in 2020.

  • Very gracious POTUS and FLOTUS. It is unfortunate that the media is so hostile that it is almost hurtful to watch the way they treat this great man

  • POLAND IS GREAT COUNTRY, WE DROVE A CAR FROM POZNON TO WARSAW. GREAT RELIGIOUS COUNTRY, THEY HAVE ENDURED MANY WARS,

  • does Potus know the upside down pyramid he makes w his hands is a satanic symbol? people do notice this..just sayin'..

  • So, the USA is considering placing troops and maybe a military base in Poland, huh , so how do you the radical Dems think Vladimir Putin feels about that! But Schiff is still talking about collusion.

  • I work in import / export. China doesn’t pay the tariff we the importer pay the tariff then pass on the cost to our customer. Yes Trump is right that tariff put a burden on China because now demand will be less since as an importer I can’t afford as much product from China as I used to and my customers are buying less product, this will affect China exports and economy but in the end both sides are damaged from my experience.

  • And I'm very proud of Poland for not handing over any money to the so-called Europeans jews end their money scheme of the Holocaust

  • who did he tell "quiet, quiet" HAHAHA~~ I Loved it! Imagine that jerky journalist asking a question like that, with the President of Poland, a major ally sitting there………..these people are the lowest of the low.

  • And anyways,facts is, it's a buncha bad Apple's mucking up the punch, and NOT ANY OF THE WORLD LEADERS! Eye do not believe for one second that the world leaders and elected officials of our World are in Fact The Issue! The issue is a bad attitude. Poland, Germany, Russia are all sich beautiful rich cultural heritages, exhibiting longevity and adaptability! The speeches today were wonderful, heart felt and will be heard in futures to come! American could do well to learn about Poor Poland…So soon it will be Center of Great Peace! Smack dab in the middle! The future looks bright***

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  • Boy o boy would my ancestor be proud of you today.in 1921 in Ozark Arkansas, my Ponders, Woods lines signed a lease…Anderson Emmanuel Woods and Lizzie Kate Ponder Woods, my great American Grandparents…meanwhile my other greats were the midwives and loving family of baby Hanks, Abe…. But yeah…sum promises were made after loyal civil war heros went back to the home farm…But the shared pipeliners and corrupted war of the roses stole my grand pas gas…S.E.E.C.O…yup…eye would have given it to you, if they had not stolen it…

  • I hope those nasty presstitutes go to jail. President Trump is looking like a saint dealing with those snakes.

  • Ya'all are 'made men', and not just, 'madmen'; made by the love of A Man and A Mother. Crowned within the Glory of the Sacred Heart Holy Union of Our Lord God, Our Blessed Savior,Jesus Christ*** Prime Creation's Holy Perfection & Incarnation of Himself*** Bringing Back! The Light Body Merkaba*** We are All Unique Celestial Cosmic Creations Highest Form of Consciousness Itself**Bio Electrical Magnetic Double Doe Deca Hedrons, hurling thru our lives like comets ablaze! Trail Blazers, Mountain Goats, Beluga Wales and Eagles** Unicorns and Mermaids, Wookies and Han Solos***A World UnitedWe have Finally arrived upon the shores of our Shangri la, which,Turned out to be our own Homes!( like Dorothy)… Home is where yur Heart Is- Mr.Brady

  • It seems the reporters were running out of questions. I guess Trump really doesn’t care about women’s soccer, he completely shut her out.

  • White House…WHAT is the problem with your volume???? Too low to be heard adequately even turned all the way up…this is the case for a lot of your videos…please do something about this…hire a teenager or someone with some tech ability to monitor the sound and do not post these until they are fixed. People really do care and want to hear every word being said…will have to look elsewhere…again…

  • Poland is paying, Poland is buying, Poland gonna pay, Poland gonna put out the money, Poland is spending tremendous amount of money…. for what???? the opportunity to be padded on the back? eventually to be kicked in the ass when cannot afford spend money on America.

  • President Trump is the greatest president of my lifetime. Love to see all these briefings online. No other president has been so open to the public to see behind the curtains of politics and how the White House is run. Thank You President Trump.

  • USA traitors USA liar STOP 447 STOP ANTYPOLONIZM STOP WAR with IRAN Let Live Praud Persians Polish Patriots are with the Persians PiS kaczynski duda "juda" traitors

  • my father: If you want success, you should be free, strong and believes in God
    I told him it means like America
    my father: Exactly
    You are a great nation America God bless you all
    loves from Yezidis

  • Beautiful FLOTUS❣️Our Warrior for The Children
    Blessings to the people of Poland and our Great Presidents

  • This attack on the tanker is an obvious false flag by the neocons and deepstate to start a new war in the Middle East. If you are so stupid to fall for this I will not vote for you. You go to war with Iran that is the end of my support for you!

  • Being Pole i must say, I love US President. He is the best ! And wish our president would learn as much as possible from him.
    God bless USA God Bless Poland. Thank you president Trump !!

  • I  live in Sweden and  Sweden is a leftist hell hole, all tv news chanels in Sweden are Leftist fake news.

  • The Poles are great people but the ruling Swedish leftist politician are monsters they have destroyed Sweden.

  • What really irks me are the stupid off-topic questions by these moronic American reporters. The only questions to be allowed are questions pertaining to the situation at hand. I find it highly offensive to the visiting President or Foreign Minister of a particular country visiting the White House. In this case, the President of the United States needs to step in and remind these knucklehead reporters/journalists that only questions pertaining to the topic need to be asked.

  • usraeli servant giving polish tax money for useless f35 and 5500 of untrained troops sponsored by polish tax payers again…

  • im mexican and my intuition tells me he is a Russian spy to the US and moving his fingers i thinking he was releasing a powder to make him speak and know what he has in mine the cold war is not over the US maybe slightly at sleep

  • ALL CLASS , with a touch of Humility – I must say Melania has impeccable taste , and style – she's clearly inspired others to disregard fashion design , and make their own statement – the Polands First Lady looks amazing .

  • no democracy and freedom without the rule of law, in russia and china there is no rule of law, just rule of russian mafia and chinese communist bureaucracy

  • The EU is currently asking USA to "intervien" in Poland and Hungary because they won't take illegal fake refugees.

    Meantime we're selling them military equipment. Lol

  • Interesting that Polish and other foreign journalists ask meaningful question and 'fake news' American major media press ask 'gotcha' questions…like 'should women be paid the same for soccer'.

  • Thank you Mr. President Donald Trump.The greater and stronger America Win for a great America. You have to win.Take care of your health.

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