President Trump and President el-Sisi Oval Office Remarks – (Video)

President Trump meets with Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi in the Oval Office:

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98 Responses to President Trump and President el-Sisi Oval Office Remarks – (Video)

  1. Pam says:

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  2. M33 says:


    Finally… REAL Change!

    Liked by 14 people

  3. cav16 says:

    Great! al-Sisi has attended many US Military Courses.

    Liked by 8 people

  4. Why in this day and age do the press photographers have to use the noisy single lens reflex cameras when the could use quiet cameras? Very annoying.

    Liked by 18 people

    • I think that myself every, single time! Like what century is this? All that racket from the cameras is only one step above seeing them all with their heads under the cloth camera covers while holding up a big stick, and then poof! the sound of the flash. Sepia prints for everyone.

      Liked by 15 people

    • joanfoster says:

      Better question would be why are these vermin even allowed in the Oval office with those large microphones, cameras. The wear and tear on the WH must be terrible given the fact that the press have no respect whatsoever for the peoples’ house.

      Liked by 17 people

    • auscitizenmom says:

      I have asked the same question.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Gary says:

      So you know they still exist…the photographers, not the cameras.

      Liked by 5 people

    • Wend says:

      I did a lot of photography with SLRs back in the day. I still haven;t gotten comfortable with digital. But I agree totally-it’s ridiculous. My boyfriend uses his smart phone and takes incredible pictures. Could it be yet another way of trying to insist “WE MATTER”?

      Liked by 3 people

  5. Is it me? In the 2nd pic Trump looks absolutely resolute. That’s a I got your back look.

    Liked by 17 people

  6. Pam says:

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  7. Again i notice Trump45s graciousness when he extends his hand for the handshake he doesnt do the “top over power move” His grace is genuine and amazing! Not trying to pull power moves, comfortable in his own skin and abilities, wanting to make guests comfortable. Trump45 is a true gift to us all!

    Liked by 26 people

  8. Not used to seeing all this leadership. Must. Forget. The. Past.

    Liked by 16 people

    • Sayit2016 says:

      Steve luv…like most Americans you are suffering from PTSD from the Obama regime…it will take time but you will recover and we will ALL go on to MAGA !


    • RG says:

      I humbly say, never forget our past under that Muslim loving, communist dictator Obama!”

      I have concluded that anyone on the liberal side is mentally deranged and a bit evil at the least. Never liberal again!


  9. MW says:

    Notice reporter asking about Russian explosion, and Trumps firm I will suffer no fools silence

    Liked by 10 people

    • auscitizenmom says:

      The stupid reporters need to be TOLD to ask questions ONLY about the visiting dignitary or the visit.

      Liked by 1 person

      • And did you see that LOOK he gave them? Quelled them immediately. That’s the toughest look I’ve ever seen on our President! One more of those and they’ll all melt into the ground like the Wicked Witch of the West!


      • sunnydaze says:

        They’re too stupid to do that, auscit.

        It’s a shame, but that’s the way it is.

        They’re probably not too clear on who el-Sisi is or what’s going on in Egypt, so they’re out of their league as far as questions go.

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  10. Al-Sisi says it is his first State visit to White House and in fact first visit by an President Egyptian in 8 years …. hmmm 8 years wow . BTW send this clip to dopey Hawaiian judge and his Moslem brotherhood plaintiff , exhibit 1 , this shows what Trump thinking – strong meeting with a Moslem head of State who supports Trump , if that dopey judge insists on looking at Trump’s so-called “mind set ” , I think this shows it

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    • FofBW says:

      President Trump has set these so called judges up for a big judgement day!

      Liked by 8 people

      • litenmaus says:

        Would love to see el-Sisi, Abdullah & King Salman come out and state that they would like US to curtail the importation of individuals from the seven nations listed and then have Trump go on national media and declare that a coup has taken place in America and the US Court has been determined to be the governing body responsible for National Security.

        Time to wake up America to the danger that the US judges now pose to this country.

        Liked by 7 people

  11. tommy lile says:

    Trump may be the greatest POTUS in my lifetime……absolutely WONDERFUL………….

    Liked by 4 people

  12. aqua says:

    We’re watching an historic moment. Leaders united against evil, and not afraid to speak up about it.

    Our congress gnats should be humbled by what el- Sisi has done against some very tough odds, while the House and the Senate did not speak up or act to deter Obama.

    Liked by 10 people

    • andi lee says:

      I hate the thought of our Congressional Republicans willingly conceding to Obama’s every whim, which they did, so they could gloat on Democrats’ damage and waste to the Republic, as if some elitist spoiled rich kids living off daddy’s money. Wait! Becoming congressional multi-millionaires while earning 175K+ per year. 🤔 How’s that happening?

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  13. bertdilbert says:

    Other world leaders have to look at all the crap Trump took during the election, and continuing to this day from the media, and give Trump a double extra measure of respect.

    The overtime the media puts into bashing Trump only makes him more powerful on the world stage. The hostile media is actually helping Trump.

    Liked by 16 people

    • Good point, bertdilbert! The more cr4p the Dems and media give him, the stronger he looks to the outside world, except Europe, of course. And remember what Amb. Nikki Haley said – paraphrase: no one in UN iis looking at his tweets, they are just commenting about how happy they are to see the U.S. leading again! That is dynamite!


  14. andi lee says:

    Warm fuzzies!

    Iran must be raging against wind. So close, Iran, but no bananas for you! Now give us back our Americans, especially, Bob L and Austin T!

    Liked by 4 people

    • helmhood says:

      And our 400 million dollars, too!

      Liked by 2 people

    • yy4u says:

      Bush (Globalists) took out Iraq which was holding Iran in check.

      Obama (Globalist/Marxist) administered the coup d’grace which gave the world the rise of ISIS, then tried to take down Egypt which is the logical Middle Eastern leader. He failed, so he then gave Iran permission to go nuclear in ten years.

      Trump is attempting to undo the mess Globalists have made. This is a first step. Egypt is the natural counter to Iran in the ME. Bringing in Jordan and keeping Syria from falling to ISIS will be another step in trying to stabilize the Middle East. Brokering a peace between Palestine and Israel would be the cherry on the ice cream sundae – wonderful to have but not essential to the sundae.

      Globalists in Congress whether they have an R or a D behind their names will try to stop him.

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  15. maiingankwe says:

    I love how he calls our President his “Excellency”, so cool. I couldn’t help but chuckle when el Sisi said he admires his unique personality. I also loved how he explained to everyone it’s been the first time he has ever been invited to the WH, and it’s been eight years since a leader from Egypt has ever visited the U.S. Burn! Gotta love the little guy who holds so much power in the ME so well.

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    • andi lee says:

      Yeppers! A great day! 🎶🎵🐦

      Liked by 3 people

    • alliwantissometruth says:

      “I love how he calls our President his “Excellency”, so cool. I couldn’t help but chuckle when el Sisi said he admires his unique personality”

      Real warriors know when they’re around another real warrior

      Liked by 5 people

    • Keln says:

      He would likely be using the same form of address when meeting any world leader. I don’t think it was specific to Trump.

      Liked by 3 people

    • MaineCoon says:

      “Gotta love the little guy who holds so much power in the ME so well” who says it like it is and not afraid to do so.


      He seemed humble. Truly humbled by somewhat of a dream come true for him and his country, e.g., the new USA President supporting Egypt wholeheartedly.

      It’s almost as if I could sense a sense of relief where one’s shoulders that had been holding up his country’s burdens now felt someone else would help him carry that burden.

      President Trump gave him that assurance – beginning with our military strength.

      President Al Sisi is a good man. A good President. For such a time as this.

      Thank you Mr. President for boldly reversing the horror or what the Ozero admin did to Egypt and Egyptians. May they know and forgive what O & his people did. USA citizens did not know the truth.

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      • maiingankwe says:

        Maine Coon,
        Beautifully written words. I think you’ve captured his visit perfectly and with how he may be feeling.

        I know when I watched him exit the car it was as if his whole body just lit up, and it was probably a little bit unexpected to him as well.

        And when I listened to him speak to our President and the msm it was as if he had mulled over exactly what he wanted to say before he had even arrived. I thought he was trying to stick it a bit to the media by calling our President unique and definitely stick it to the last administration by letting everyone know Egypt was ignored the moment he stepped in, and it wasn’t that much better before that since they had not been invited to the WH. His few words sure gave a whollup in a nice/diplomatic way.

        I’m thinking he’s going to be smiling quite a bit on his way home afterwards and there will be quite a lot moments where he will be in deep thought to make what they discussed even better. I wouldn’t be surprised if he will call our President soon after he returns with a number of new and great ideas expanding on what they have discussed. I also wouldn’t be surprised if our President does the same meaning he will continue to think of more to add to their conversation.

        I will say their genuine smiles and friendliness with each other has made me smile every time I think of el Sisi being here. It is a win-win for both of our countries as well as others. Not so good for isis and the globalists. And I sure as heck wouldn’t be surprised if Putin would love to know what was discussed either. He might just be chomping at the bit and wanting to join the cool kids. 😎

        Sheesh, all I had originally wanted to say is how I loved how you worded everything and how right I thought you were. But oh no, I just had to add my two cents in.

        Be well and stay smiling,

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  16. TheTorch says:

    This is just wonderful. Extremely important visit and very very welcome.

    This has the makings of something very special. Thank GOD for President Trump and el Sisi.

    8 years of stellar leadership, stability and economic revival.

    Talk about dodging a bullet. Just imagine the horror if things went the other way… Absolutely terrifying.

    GOD has blessed America that is for sure.

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  17. tvollrath66 says:

    So very proud of our President! I have tears of joy and pride! Never in my life have I ever been so completely happy with a president.

    Liked by 6 people

  18. mamadogsite says:

    Notice the 2 strongest leaders in the middle east are Sisi and King Abdulla of Jordan..arriving Wed. Both are strong former military. Now, notice some of Trump’s cabinet…former military.

    Now, could there be a meeting of great minds and ideas as to how to broker peace in the middle east through power and knowledge vs. The past 8 years of community organizing mentality?

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  19. tonyE says:

    The body english between those two looks friendly.

    Liked by 3 people

  20. wyntre says:

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  21. jbrickley says:

    After Sundance’s excellent overview of the mess Obama created in Egypt ala Morsi and the Muslim Brotherhood this meeting is truly historic. So happy that el Sisi was able to rip control from the hands of the Muslim Brotherhood and stabilize the insanity within Egypt. This meeting proves a full 180 degree reversal on the American position in regards to Egypt and previously Jordan. I honestly believe that Egyptian / American relations will never have been better.

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  22. Gil says:

    Sisi cant stop smiling. He is so happy to have the us as a working partner again. I would like to know what Egyptians think after this meeting.

    Liked by 6 people

  23. rsanchez1990 says:

    I hope that by increasing cooperation with el-Sisi, King Abdullah of Jordan, Bibi Netanyahu, and the crown prince of Saudi Arabia, President Trump will finally be able to bring our troops back home from the Middle East. Set them up to police themselves so we don’t have to, and just leave Syria alone.

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  24. musicdoc2020 says:

    Trump usually sits on the other side in fireside pic. At least with Merkal and the Mexico president.

    Any symbolism here? Leaders he likes get the right hand placement? Just musing.

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  25. Lion2017 says:

    “Unique personality” that’s President Trump!!
    Just another historic day at the White House!


  26. quintrillion says:

    Is Egypt’s President’s name Abdel Fattah al-Sisi or is it el-Sisi?
    I did a search, wikipedia has el- and britannica has al-
    The headings of these 2 articles today, one is el- the other al-
    Would be good to know since PTrump could possibly call his bff al, all in good fun

    This is a remake with a pair lip-sinc next to original.


  27. SPMI says:

    Abdel Fattah al-SIsi is a strong commanding leader and savior of Egypt.
    Fabulous to see our President with a fellow Warrior of like mind brought together to strengthen the Middle-East and the World.
    Wow! Goose bumps!

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  28. SafeSpace says:

    Oh, this meeting must have made blood boil in Chappaqua, in Kalorama-Lama-Ding-Dong, and also wherever Jean-Jacques Kerry is hanging his hat. King Putt’s Regime worked sooooo hard to blow Al-Sisi away and replace him with good, reliable, honest Muslim Brotherhood men …. and they failed. BWA HA HA HA HA!


  29. Pam says:

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  30. vanroth50 says:

    Al-Sisi single handedly saved Egypt from chaos and descent into an Iranian style theocracy that Morsi and the Muslim Brotherhood were well set on enforcing. Obama’s fascination with courting and encouraging Islamic fundamentalists tells you all that you need to know about his character and the grand designs he had. Also consider the fact that the one person he was particularly close to was Erdogan of Turkey, a rabid religious zealot committed to turning Turkey into a theocratic state.

    Thank God for President Trump, a man whose heart is in the right place.

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  31. sunnydaze says:

    Did any of the Talking Heads discuss this meeting tonight?

    Liked by 1 person

  32. Walt says:

    Is it me or is it odd that Breitbart doesn’t have one article about this meeting???


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