President Trump Visits Poland – Live Stream Event Coverage…

President Trump is scheduled for a few livestream broadcasts from Warsaw Poland today including a joint press conference with President Duda (4:15am Eastern U.S.) and much anticipated remarks to the people of poland from Krasiski Square (7:15 am Eastern U.S.):

RSBN will be hosting three livestreams: 4:00am Presser, 5:00am Summit and the Krasiski Square major speech beginning at 7:00 am EDT.  Fox News is also scheduled to broadcast this morning, and alternate live streams should also be available:

RSBN 4:00am Presser LINKRSBN 5:00am Summit LINKRSBN 7:00am Krasiski Square remarks LINK

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RSBN 5:00am Summit

RSBN 7:00am Krasiski Square

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RSBN Live Stream LinkAlternate Live Stream #1Alternate Live Stream #2

President Trump is in Poland to attend the Three Seas Initiative Summit, a gathering of countries bordering the Adriatic, Baltic and Black Sea (Poland, Austria, Croatia, Hungary, Czech Republic, Slovenia, Slovakia, Romania, Bulgaria, Lithuania, Estonia and Latvia).

President Trump Schedule – All Times Adjusted to U.S. Eastern:

3:20 AM Arrive at the Royal Castle (9:20am Local)
3:30 AM Meet with President Andrzej Duda of Poland – Royal Castle
4:15 AM Joint press conference with President Andrzej Duda – Royal Castle
4:55 AM Participates in a photo opportunity with European leaders – Royal Castle
5:10 AM Deliver remarks at Three Seas Initiative Summit – Royal Castle
5:25 AM Participate in the Transatlantic Roundtable – Royal Castle
6:15 AM Participates in a bilateral meeting with President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic of Croatia – Royal Castle
6:55 AM Depart Royal Castle en route Krasiski Square – Royal Castle
7:05 AM Arrive at Krasiski Square
7:15 AM Deliver remarks to the people of Poland – Krasiski Square
7:40 AM Depart Krasiski Square en route Warsaw Chopin Airport
7:55 AM Arrive Warsaw Chopin Airport
8:05 AM Depart Warsaw Chopin Airport en route Hamburg, Germany – Warsaw Chopin Airport
9:55 AM Arrives Hamburg, Germany – Hamburg Airport
10:05 AM Depart Hamburg Airport en route to the Hotel Atlantic Kempinski Hamburg
11:55 AM Arrives at ther Hotel Atlantic Kempinski Hamburg
12:00 PM Participate in a restricted meeting with Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany – Hotel Atlantic Kempinski Hamburg
12:50 PM Departs Hotel Atlantic Kempinski Hamburg en route U.S. Consulate General Hamburg – U.S. Consulate General Hamburg
12:55 PM Arrive at the U.S. Consulate General Hamburg – U.S. Consulate General Hamburg
1:30 PM Attend the Northeast Asia Security Dinner with President Moon Jae-in of the Republic of Korea and Prime Minister Shinzo Abe of Japan – U.S. Consulate General Hamburg
3:05 PM Depart U.S. Consulate General Hamburg en route his overnight accommodations
3:15 PM Arrive at his overnight accommodations  (9:15pm Local)

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474 Responses to President Trump Visits Poland – Live Stream Event Coverage…

  1. sundance says:

    Liked by 29 people

    • Sylvia Avery says:

      Please, Mr. President, plot away!

      Liked by 26 people

      • farmhand1927 says:

        There’s a Polish magazine with a cover that resembles TIME. The current issue is a photo of President Trump wearing a red MAGA hat only America is replaced with Poland. The Deplorables of Poland recognize out President’s sincerity, love and devotion.

        Listening now to the throngs chanting USA! USA! and our lovely and strong First Lady speaking from her heart. Proud day for USA. Proud day for Poland.

        President Trump! President Trump!

        Liked by 15 people

    • G. Combs says:

      “Trump and Poland’s president come together to plot against the EU”

      And this is some how bad?

      Liked by 14 people

    • georgiafl says:

      Wonderful photo! Two handsome resolute heroes defending their nations and Christian cultures.

      Liked by 7 people

      • mireilleg says:

        Is it me, Am I projecting but I swear I can feel the strength of this handshake. When you compare the photo with the Macron handshake you can “feel” the difference. Probably just me.

        Liked by 5 people

        • Raven says:

          “…you can “feel” the difference.”

          First thing I noticed (other than our fabulous President) was President Duda’s hands. Everyone in my Polish husband’s family has HUGE mitts! My dad was a big man who wore a size 9 ring. My husband’s dad, same age, same size, wore a size 15 ring. And one of my sisters-in-law wears a size 10 ring — one size larger than my dad wore.

          You can always tell the Polish babies from our family in the nursery, because you see the tiny pork-chop fingers even at that age. They are sweet, big fingers on lovely baby hands.

          No, I don’t think it is just you sensing strength in that handshake. I sense strength beyond the physical, and joy in a common bond of men being men and doing what is right.

          It is a most spectacular thing.

          Liked by 6 people

          • piper567 says:

            “…joy in the common bond of men…”
            Yes, Raven…we see this when TRUMP meets actual leaders.
            The alphas are emerging, and it is indeed a Joy To See.
            thanks for the phrase, its very apt.

            Liked by 1 person

        • jmgreenwell says:

          I noticed the same thing, mireilleg!

          Liked by 2 people

        • jonvil says:

          Nope, not just you.
          Felt exactly the same as you and I have no idea why.

          Liked by 1 person

    • joninmd22 says:

      Europe should be so lucky.

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  2. sundance says:

    Liked by 16 people

  3. Grandma Covfefe says:

    Three youtubes of President Trump in Poland:

    Liked by 12 people

  4. MakeAmericaGreat says:

    Presser is live on the WH feed

    Liked by 3 people

    • fleporeblog says:

      This POS reporter taught she was going to embarrass our President on the national stage. Our Lion decided it was time to have a morning snack as he ate her up and spit her out! He destroyed their messiah in doing so. He told the world that Barry is a pu….y and a POS. He also threw it in their faces that the reports of 17 agencies was FAKE NEWS. He slapped George Bush around as well and his WMD in Iraq that our Lion with the Iraqi military are in the process of cleaning up.

      For the kids watching, today’s lesson was “Don’t Fu..K With Our Lion When He Is Hungry!”

      Liked by 9 people

  5. Molly says:

    This is visit is huge to so many. This is a lady in New Zealand excited about President Trump and the First Lady visiting Poland. WOW

    Liked by 12 people

  6. MakeAmericaGreat says:

    First question to Trump includes CNN aspect.

    “I think what CNN has done is very unfortunate for them”

    “We don’t want fake news”

    Liked by 12 people

    • rsanchez1990 says:

      They just couldn’t resist asking. Love how President Trump responded that CNN was taking it way too seriously, ha!

      Liked by 2 people

      • MakeAmericaGreat says:

        He crushed it, and did it with a very dismissive-of-the-media tone.

        In the last week or so, he’s:

        – gone from defense to offense
        – obliterated CNN
        – gone into “above it all” mode

        He’s now in “above it all mode,” which means in this case that he basically is looking down from his God Chair and pitying the media. Which helps reaffirm his Alpha status.

        This guy is so good at this, it’s incredible. But he has had decades of practice, so it’s not a shock.

        Liked by 19 people

        • AM says:

          I see celebrities occasionally throwing out that they’re thinking of running, because “Trump did”. They don’t get that Trump is not a “normal” celebrity and his occasional cameos on TV were side gigs, until the Apprentice and even that was a side gig. He’s been practicing to be President almost all his life. Thank God.

          Liked by 8 people

  7. Timmy-the-Ute says:

    President Trump said he made a lot of money for NBC with “The Apprentice”.

    Liked by 8 people

  8. rumpole2 says:

    American media LOLOLOL

    Wrestling Video and “Mu Russia” hoax are THE BIG INTERNATIONAL concerns LOL

    Liked by 9 people

  9. Sylvia Avery says:

    I hate the press. Even in Poland, our hacks are horrible standing there hectoring PDJT about Russia, Russia, Russia, and the CNN meme. They are insane.

    Liked by 21 people

  10. MakeAmericaGreat says:

    Halle Jackson just got clowned at the end of the press conference. She tried to ask three questions, and the moderator cut her off and ended the press conference. LOL!!!!

    This isn’t Sean Spicer and the White House, darling.

    Total humiliation!

    Also, Trump absolutely destroyed it in the question and answer sessions. Full super intellect on display. Blamed Obama for not acting on the Russian interference in the election, clowned the “17 agencies” thing, and then said “we heard about WMD and Iraq” and compared that with the “Russian interference” angle. Point being to call into question the media’s narrative here.

    Great job by Trump. And great job by the moderator to cut off a belligerent Halle Jackson. Media punked again.

    Liked by 22 people

    • MakeAmericaGreat says:

      Hallie Jackson is with NBC

      Liked by 1 person

    • jrapdx says:

      Jackson was ridiculous and an embarrassment to American media. That is if they are even capable of feeling embarrassed by their behavior. President Trump handled the questions straightforwardly, but one of these days he’s going to get tired of the repetitive nonsense and just say he’s already answered the question a thousand times and the answers haven’t changed. Next question, please …

      Liked by 11 people

    • rumpole2 says:

      “Dear Lady… DEAR LADY… it was two questions, thank you very much”

      That’s polish for “shut up and sit down” LOL

      Liked by 12 people

      • MakeAmericaGreat says:

        ha ha! Pretty much, yep!

        The media can’t handle that they lost their fake-elevated-status due to Muh Russia. That is gone now, and so they will be treated as the annoying little brother that they are and will be frequently dismissed.

        Trump is handling all this perfectly. It’s amazing.

        Liked by 5 people

        • tellthetruth2016 says:

          I wish they would just quit calling on the same fake media and use local reporters that may have a valid, good question to ask…….I would love to see the day when TRUMP says, ” shut up, I don’t answer questions from very fake news”……. And when they continue yelling, have them thrown out for being disrespectful to our President …..

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    • Sylvia Avery says:

      I’m actually not a violent person. But I swear, if I were there I wonder sometimes what I would do. My strong instinct is to punch her square in the nose. Guess it is a good thing I wasn’t there and so I don’t have to learn the answer to that question.

      Liked by 4 people

      • MakeAmericaGreat says:

        Everyone is tired of the media. She, like many others in the media, has a real attitude issue. But Trump (and the Polish prez) put her in her place.

        Liked by 6 people

        • Tegan says:

          Can you even imagine how obnoxious they are in the personal lives? Like football players, etc, they don’t always “leave it on the field.”

          Liked by 2 people

  11. wheatietoo says:

    Media scumbags are just hopeless.
    They can’t behave themselves no matter where they are.

    They ambushed him with questions about US domestic issues that had nothing to do with Poland.

    I am glad they cut it short.
    They should kick them to the curb and have to find their own way home.

    Liked by 15 people

  12. reenahovermale says:

    Hahahahaa!…”Why didn’t Obama do anything about it…he didn’t choke, he thought Hillary was going to win.” Take that rude little stupid reporter who isn’t going to concentrate on why you’re there in Poland. I LOVE our president. 😀

    Liked by 14 people

  13. fedback says:

    ‘Dear lady, it was two questions’.
    US media embarrasses itself. MSNBC’s Hallie Jackson. Polish hosts had to shut her down
    But her fake news question hit her like a boomerang.
    Why did Obama do nothing !

    Liked by 9 people

  14. sundance says:

    Liked by 22 people

  15. conservalicious says:

    It’s bad enough that we have to suffer through our unprofessional reporters here in the USA but it is downright embarrassing to see them on these overseas trips make fools of themselves.

    Liked by 15 people

  16. fedback says:

    The President speaks at Three Seas Summit

    Liked by 3 people

  17. MakeAmericaGreat says:

    Video — Trump at Three Seas summit. Roll back the video to see Trump speaking (at least his first remarks)

    Liked by 1 person

  18. fedback says:

    The lovely Croatian President who has a crush on President Trump speaks at Three Seas Summit. She’s fluent in English, perhaps she has studied in the US

    Liked by 6 people

  19. Jim Peters says:

    If you can stand it, go and have a look at Hallie Jackson’s Twitter feed.

    Her sheer hatred of Trump is obvious, as are the TDS-crackpot views of the majority of her followers. It is extremely disturbing.

    This is what we are dealing with. It’s mob justice by extreme zealots, dispensed by a radical group of global progressives who fervently believe in their cause. These media outlets were very successfully turned into propaganda outlets by the Obama administration. He is their God.

    She clearly sees her role as a propagandist, not as a journalist. There is 0% chance that her ‘reporting’ can ever be honest, balanced or aimed at getting to the truth.

    Liked by 3 people

    • gringz says:

      Yeah, I looked at it, first thing I saw was her pinned post from a Trump Rally…

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    • MakeAmericaGreat says:

      Jackson is insignificant, as she more fully learned today. And she’ll continue to learn it if she keeps acting like this.

      The Obama Administration set up the media to be almost at a par with the president because of the Muh Russia hoax. That’s over now. The “good media takes down Nixon 2” stuff is finished. It’s just taking the media awhile to embrace that reality.

      Trump has already pivoted. He’s ahead of the game. Hence the all-out attack on CNN last week.

      Like the Democrats, the media’s short run of holding the conch is finished. There is no Trump scandal and all three elected branches are Republican. And the SCOTUS is tilted conservative (at least nominally so).

      People like Jackson thinking she can take on the president with impunity are going to learn things have shifted. It might come the hard way, as Jackson found out today.

      This is why Spicer has to go. He’s too nice. The press doesn’t deserve that, at least not until they can show they deserve it.

      Liked by 2 people

      • Powerful Summation.

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      • jmgreenwell says:

        Excellent comment!

        Now maybe we can lock up Obama or a few choice congressional critters for violation of the Logan Act:
        The Logan Act (1 Stat. 613, 18 U.S.C. § 953, enacted January 30, 1799) is a United States federal law that details the fine and/or imprisonment of unauthorized citizens who negotiate with foreign governments having a dispute with the United States. It was intended to prevent the undermining of the government’s position.[2] The Act was passed following George Logan’s unauthorized negotiations with France in 1798, and was signed into law by President John Adams on January 30, 1799. The Act was last amended in 1994, and violation of the Logan Act is a felony.

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      • Paco Loco says:

        Now would be a good time to change the daily press briefing format and eliminate the televised Q & A. It’s time that the MSM be put in their proper place to report not continually editorialize on the Presidents programs. The very fake news has to stop.

        Liked by 2 people

      • tom f says:

        “Spicer must go”??
        It is a shame that instead of our encouragement for one of President Trump’s hand picked spokespersons some would rather……..

        Liked by 1 person

    • distracted2 says:

      It is disgusting, which is why I tagged @NBC too.

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    • dekester says:

      This will be the challenge going forward.

      PDJT of course understands this. Hopefully the majority of American people can get over this ridiculous, and suicidal obsession it has with the Obama and Clinton crime syndicate.

      Your President is a terrific speaker. A real leader.

      God bless PDJT

      Liked by 5 people

  20. Dennis Leonard says:

    A little side work for RT,
    “Russia has developed those gas markets now in play and have a right to recover their expenses through profits without interference by competitors with NO VESTED INTEREST.”

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  21. KBR says:

    Establishment of a somewhat competitive LNG market is not just about prices. If there is a monopoly wherein there is no other possible source of a necessity at any price, it could leave those needing-nations enthralled as subjects or politically dependent to a supplier of that need.
    This is the key, IMO.

    And it may be that these nations would not wish to be subject under any/either other nation. Which would mean that Russia and the US might eventually/ideally share in the LNG market there. However, if they must make a choice, will they pay more or be free less?

    As for “Russia building the LNG markets”: Poland utilized US assistance, loans and aid over the years since the wall was torn down to rebuild the Polish economy and infrastructure (ruined by USSR after Nazi Germany in previous decades) that allowed the LNG markets to be built, so
    USA is not really taking anything from Russia by “utilizing the markets Russia built up.”
    The USA is no more “utilizing Russia’s markets” than Russia is “utilizing USA generosity and aid in Poland’s rebuilding of their infrastructure and economy.”

    And BTW, Poland has utilized the US aid very well, and has paid back loans very well too. Poland is no slacker nation.

    As for the price considerations, what price freedom?

    Would you be willing to pay more for a portion of a necessity if paying less would mean giving up some freedoms?

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  22. Deplorable Ukie says:

    Bull Durham, is it you again? Is ‘Joe Goldstein’ your new alias?

    Liked by 1 person

  23. KBR says:

    This^^

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    • KBR says:

      Russian interest (one of them) is development of increased energy exports such that they can become a wealthier nation, which is entirely understandable.

      Right now they are mainly exporters of gas. But if they could develop a greater diversity of exports, they could have a much easier economic development: “the all of one’s eggs in a single basket” idiom fits here IMO.

      I do not know if Russia is particularly interested in expansionism for expansion’s sake so much as it is interested in winter and southern ports and owning additional energy supplies so as to increase their own energy independence and also have more energy for trade purposes?

      If these concerns could be eased by the development of other exports, perhaps Russian interests might be less frightening to nations who still see Russia as a mere mask for a still-extant USSR?

      And there is no bigger import market than USA.

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  24. wizzum says:

    You must not have worked in Oil and Gas, ALL of the O&G companies I have had dealings with will party for weeks if they can get in on someone elses turf.

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  25. The world is learning: You cannot help but like the man.

    MSM and our swamp creatures be screwed!!!

    Liked by 5 people

  26. trumpsbamagirl says:

    Did you see the CONFEDERATE FLAG being held up in the crowd as they wait for President Trump’s speech?!?!?!?! That actually choked me up!!!

    Liked by 3 people

    • KBR says:

      Poles do not, apparently, associate that flag with slavery, but with the rights of states within a nation.

      That would be an understandable position, since they had scant or no rights when they Poland was “within nations” and denied the right to secede when their rights were removed.

      It also shows a deeper knowledge of history than most have here in USA.

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      • trumpsbamagirl says:

        As the great-great granddaughter of two non-slave owning Confederate soldiers I honor that flag as the symbol of a people defending their homes, their land and their families from the invading armies destroying and burning everything in their path.

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        • KBR says:

          I have ancestors who owned slaves and ancestors who did not own slaves. I know it because I have extensive genealogies, and because my particular ancestors having tamed the wilderness as pioneers in Carolina after having moved there from Northern colonial frontiers (1600’s) stayed in Carolina (1700’s) However I also know where distant g-grand-uncles settled with their children as they felt the urge to be pioneers again. Places like Indiana and Illinois as well as eastern NC before it became Tennessee. So my relatives fought on both sides in the War between States.

          My folks were Colonial Northerners before they were by 1700’s Southerners, and British before that and Irish and Welsh and Cornish (Britons) mostly before that, with the rare Anglo-Saxon and Norman in there for good measure. There were likely some who were slaves to the Romans in Briton before that.

          Given the history of our nation, and how the original 13 colonies’ settlers moved across the nation, many many people who fought for the Union had close-ancestors who had owned slaves too. (Much closer in time than mine are now.) Many who fought on the side of the Union had slave-importer ancestors in the shipping business. Others had slave importer British or Spanish or Portugese ancestors, for the slave trade did not start in the USA. Many black persons likely have African ancestors who were slave traders in Africa although that would be difficult to trace. (It is known that sometimes those Africans who stole African people from villages and went to sell them to shippers were taken as slaves themselves.)

          I feel no responsibility for the African slave trade whatsoever. It ended long before my birth. I did discover that former slaves of one branch of my family stayed with the family and/or fought for the Confederacy: I must then assume that these people were not whipped with a whip daily. In any case I never owned a slave.

          The flag represents the South to me, which I do love.

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          • joshua says:

            well said.

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          • pyromancer76 says:

            Please keep in mind all you states-rights (rightly so) people, the U.S. Civil War was largely fought (for and) against the right to expand a slave-owning, prosperity-expanding-through-labor-of-slaves economy. We finally faced a large lacunae in the American ideal that was fudged at the origin of our great nation – freedom for all.

            Prosperity must come from the fruits of free labor and free entrepreneurs. Therefore new states should not include slavery in any form. There are a lot of “if onlys” in a highly complex situation, but that is an economic truth that must be acknowledged. Freedom is America’s ideal, freedom from all tyranny and slavery of any kind. Banish all slavery.

            Everyone who is alive today probably has ancestors somewhere in the past who survived slavery. Poland does not want this situation to happen to itself, its citizens, again. Economic strength and prosperity is the key.

            Marxism is the inherited (Nineteenth Century) ideology for slavery. Today we know its totally destructive power, even eventually for its elites.

            President Trump is leading this country and the world to a new era of freedom and prosperity. Imo, we are leaving one era and entering another. God help us and God speed.

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            • KBR says:

              Agree, and thanks for the post! Sorry I just now got to read and respond.

              Knowing history from several perspectives is important.

              Slaves were fed, clothed, sheltered, and given what health-care was available (that does not make slavery right.)

              However the northern ports had been receiving starving (literally) Irish immigrants following the potato famine in 1840, and since they could (and did) use Irish children, and women essentially as slave labor without even having to feed, clothe, or provide any sort of healthcare to them (nothing makes that right either.) Thus Northerners could easily afford to become self-righteous abolitionists regarding African slavery by the time the issues of states rights became a secession issue.

              This was despite the fact that the more industrialized northern states were just as guilty in the African slave trade of previous decades (see my formerpost above.)

              The northern industries were guilty of using the poor, young women, orphans and then the Irish as slaves and treating them as less than equal citizens for a long time, and even before the potato famine.

              Slavery =just plain wrong/evil no matter what form of slavery was occurring.

              But the slavery of Africans was ended long before the industrial (mostly Northern)slavery of children and the poor. Because the slavery of the poor and the orphaned was still needed by the Yankee cloth mills (and other industries as well) it continued to exist and a blind eye was turned to that by the “righteous” African slavefreers.

              It was also a profit boon to the industrialists, that the labors of the “freed” (but now enslaved by Yankee industrialist interests, at wages that barely sustained life) pickers-of-cotton in the south (where some cotton-land was grabbed/confiscated by those “victorious and saintly Unionist/industrialists.”)

              Now the Yankee’s slave-waged cotton land was picked by mostly “free” slaves, (free to work at starvation wages or as sharecroppers never getting their heads above water) and then could be made into cloth by the enslaved girls and orphaned boys in the north: no middle-men anymore.

              Those southern farmers (many of whom had not owned slaves in the firstplace) who managed to hold on to some of their land through the “reconstruction” (which was really a euphemism for continuing destruction of the south and theft-carpetbagging- by the north) managed to survive because they knew how to feed themselves from their land.

              Again slavery is wrong. But the north did not end slavery at the end of the War Between the States, they merely changed its form and in some instances, its color.

              The abolitionists never had a plan for how the freed African slaves would make a living once freed. Leaving some in very dire straits. It took ten years to get laws passed to assist them.

              Now the saintly/s “North” (examples:NYC, Boston) is the center and mouthpiece (MSM) for spreading the word that Islam’s forms of slavery should be tolerated. Just like they tolerated child and women and poor slavery in the factories whilst preaching (projecting) against African slavery without any plan for the livlihood of newly free slaves! The more things change, the more they stay the same.

              Know real history. Propaganda and nasty rhetoric (deplorables!) did not begin in our century. (And most published history is written by the victors.)

              Some supporting and further information can be found here:

              http://melbarger.com/Civil_War_Necessary.html

              http://historymatters.gmu.edu/d/6217

              http://www.continuetolearn.uiowa.edu/laborctr/child_labor/about/us_history.html

              http://teachingushistory.org/lessons/WhereDo.htm

              http://xroads.virginia.edu/~UG03/omara-alwala/IrishKennedys.html

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    • trumpsbamagirl says:

      I just hope it triggers the SJWs!

      I love the taste of liberal tears in the morning.

      Liked by 5 people

    • CO Hokie says:

      Yep JG, I saw one in an apartment window in Prague a few years ago. As a born & raised Virginian I loved it!

      Liked by 1 person

  27. fedback says:

    President Trump to say Western civilisation is at stake in Warzaw speech

    Liked by 5 people

  28. fedback says:

    Motorcade on its way, big crowd

    Liked by 2 people

  29. Paul Henry says:

    Well this may be true; however I am wondering how Western Europe is going to develop horizontal hydraulic fracturing if there is a full blown Islamic insurgency/war being waged against them in the near future. In Germany a major annual traditional rock concert was recently cancelled because of security concerns. In Europe it is my belief that mass warfare/violence is going to severely put a damper on any economic development. Or maybe Europe will simply slowly become Islamic and there again they will have no real economic development to speak of IMHO.I hope I am wrong about this.

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    • thesavvyinvester says:

      I don’t know if Western Europe has the resource according to this map. However Eastern Europe can go after this resource, they have it…

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      • thesavvyinvester says:

        Aggh, my html skills here on CTH need work, so here is the link…

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        • Note the SWATH of SHALE GAS from the Baltic States through President Trump’s Central Europe Alliance to the Black Sea.
          • Potential displacement of Russian-gas consumption.
          • Potential displacement of Russian-gas transport to Western Europe.

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          • the says:

            BKR, yes I did. the 13 Countries of the 3 Seas Initiative overlap and some are part of this Shale Gas formation under their Countries. Can you imagine if we help co-develop or sell them the hardware for their Energy Independence? Those are value added jobs here as we ship them the hardware to do so, many of which I bet are in the Midwest or South. So many win-wins here my head is spinning ! So the question begs, are the 13 Counties of the 3 Seas Initiative “The New Europe” as the Old Europe flounders and potentially dies metaphorically due to self inflicted wounds of lack of reproducing, Climate Change as a Religion and other problems? Is Team Trump hedging their best on them succeeding? Love to have an off the record discussion with them as to what they see over the Horizon 5, 10, 20 years out….

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    • Chuck says:

      The EU will not develop fracking till the climatologists tell them to. P45 seems to be dealing with the countries that are not aligning themselves with radical Islam and happy to do business with the USA. When the Eu collapses stronger economies will surround them.

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  30. MakeAmericaGreat says:

    Speech to Polish people apparently was written by Miller. Should be a doozy.

    Liked by 5 people

  31. missmarple2 says:

    Lech Walesa is there.

    Liked by 6 people

  32. G3 says:

    “Poland lives, Poland prospers, Poland prevails” -President Trump

    Liked by 4 people

  33. G3 says:

    Donald Trump- Donald Trump -Donald Trump!!

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  34. missmarple2 says:

    Indiana has Kosciusko and Pulaski Counties, because Indiana was settled in Revolutionary times and became a state in 1816, soon after the Revolution. Those names ar4 only a footnote in most text books today, but they were very real heroes to the Americans at that time.

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    • Jimmy Jack says:

      There’s Kosciusko bridge in Queens, NY (and a Ft. Pulaski elsewhere) and tons of Poles have moved into Brooklyn and Queens. They completely gentrified Greenpoint Brooklyn, making it beautiful after years of decline and are doing the same now to Ridgewood & Glendale, Queens. They always have Polish flags on their homes alongside the US flag. And all the Polish delis (great btw) have photos of the Pope. Most of the Catholic Churches in thes areas have services in Polish.

      They make great neighbors.

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      • Your Tour Guide says:

        Not to mention…..
        Everyone should go to a least one Polish wedding before they die.
        Absolutely, bar none, hands down, the best. Food, more food,
        music, dancing , and Polka till you drop.

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        • quintrillion says:

          Loved the polish people in my childhood working class neighborhood. Danced too many polkas to count. Very happy memories & joyful times.

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  35. Niagara Frontier says:

    This visit and speech will likely have political impact way beyond Poland. The Polish diaspora is one of the largest and most widely dispersed in the world, nearly 20 million.

    Liked by 4 people

  36. missmarple2 says:

    This part seems to be a slap at the EU and its bureaucracy and interference in culture.

    Liked by 3 people

  37. Jimmy Jack says:

    We want God!

    Praise the Lord. This is amazing.

    Liked by 6 people

  38. Publius2016 says:

    President Trump is a genius…In the context of protecting western civilization, is Russia correct in supporting the Syrian and Iranian regimes? President Trump is placing the choice of Putin within the context of guardian a of western culture or a supporter of radicalism.

    Liked by 7 people

    • Jimmy Jack says:

      Yes! I noticed that too.

      But how much do you want to bet our leftist fake news will suggest he’s making that statement as a dog whistle of white supremacy?

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  39. fedback says:

    ‘We write symphonies’
    Tribute to Chopin

    Liked by 4 people

  40. NJF says:

    Trying to catch up!!

    Loved this.

    Liked by 7 people

    • KBR says:

      And the EU wonders why they, who love to mock and demean the USA, are not “first” in respect?

      Giving respect helps gain respect. It was always so.

      Liked by 3 people

  41. missmarple2 says:

    “We will never back down!”

    Fantastic speech!

    Liked by 6 people

  42. fedback says:

    Do the West respect its people enough to have strong borders ?

    Liked by 2 people

  43. SEJMON says:

    Thanks Joe.G.

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  44. Niagara Frontier says:

    “The West was saved by the blood of patriots.”

    Liked by 1 person

    • Niagara Frontier says:

      The Fox news banner has it as “…blood of Patriarchs.” Do they ever get anything right when it comes to this President?

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      • KBR says:

        Well. Since patriarchs actually means “highest/blessed fathers,” (and not necessarily “fathers of the Catholic Church”) then it was the blood of our Patriotic forefathers!

        Even when they get it wrong, God will make it come right

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  45. MakeAmericaGreat says:

    New law of physics and the universe —

    “it is impossible for Melania Trump to look bad or unfashionable”

    What a great FLOTUS!

    Liked by 11 people

  46. missmarple2 says:

    Angela Merkel didn’t like that speech, I will bet you cash money.

    Liked by 4 people

  47. fedback says:

    Amazing powerful speech

    Liked by 4 people

  48. OMG CNN Fake Wrestling video… JESUS!?
    Mr. President Trump does address it..
    #FakeNews

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  49. georgiafl says:

    As someone on yesterday’s CTH threads pointed out – one of NK’s biggest exports is cheap (near slave) labor!

    NK provides tens of thousands laborers to Russia and China.

    Russia and China have been dirty double-crossing the US at every turn re: NK.

    They also made other good points about where NK gets its weapons making $$$.

    I’ll try to find the link.

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    • georgiafl says:

      Here it is: Link: https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2017/07/05/boom-u-n-ambassador-nikki-haley-delivers-economic-moab-with-trade-warning-to-china/comment-page-2/#comment-4112030

      Comment:
      MaineCoon says:
      July 5, 2017 at 10:17 pm
      My thoughts as I pondered TRex quote on NK guest laborers, countries providing economic or military benefits to NK as aiding/abetting a dangerous regime.

      “The top export destinations of North Korea are China ($2.34B), India($97.8M), Pakistan ($43.1M), Burkina Faso ($32.8M) and Other Asia($26.7M).

      The top import origins are China ($2.95B), India ($108M), Russia($78.2M), Thailand ($73.8M) and the Philippines ($53.2M).”

      I recommend reading the linked Forbes article, “North Korea’s Latest Export: Labor”. Although it’s 2 years old, the issues are valid and the stats are most likely higher now on the high end of any range quoted.

      I had no idea NK exported LABOR to ~2B, which is NK’s HIGHEST EXPORT value although the linked OEC article lists the top export as Coal Briquettes ($951M), because HUMAN LABOR is not included as an export.

      “DPRK has sent about 50-60,000 laborers overseas to earn an estimated $1.2-2.3 billion…”

      “North Korea’s overseas labor network is reported to extend to forty countries in the Middle East, Africa, and Europe including Kuwait, the UAE, Qatar, Nigeria, and Poland. However, the bulk of North Korean workers are in Russia (20,000) and China (19,000). Most North Koreans are employed in the mining, logging, and construction sectors, and candidates are selected through a state-administered process.”

      “DPRK has become more active in exporting labor to earn foreign exchange as its returns from trade in illicit goods have come under greater pressure.”

      It’s interesting that PTrump met with India/PM Modi this week-NK’s #2 export/#2 import destination. I don’t think P45 wants to negatively impact India, the world’s largest democracy. So, he invited Modi for a timely visit. Also, very interesting PM Modi went to Israel after USA visit. No Indian PM has ever visited Israel. No doubt P45 paved the way for that hook up. Technology?

      Countries banning NK guest laborers would also address NK human rights issue in UN. Haley will be busy. Wilburine too. Mnuchin with his numbers.

      NK Labor Export = NK #1 $$$ = human rights issues.

      Human trafficking is an issue President Trump has tackled already in USA. This trafficking is human labor. Both are human rights issues.

      President Trump is a good person. God’s hand is in this.

      http://atlas.media.mit.edu/en/profile/country/prk/

      https://www.forbes.com/sites/scottasnyder/2015/05/22/north-koreas-latest-export-labor/#6dca4e94785d
      (End Quote)

      THIS sheds a lot of light on the situation and on the joint Russia-China Statement of July 4th.

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      • maiingankwe says:

        I cannot believe I had no idea this was going on. If I was asked, I’m sure I would’ve guessed the right answer, but still.

        One wonders why this doesn’t make headline news around the world, especially ours when we claim to be so against human trafficking and so forth. This is slave labor and too many countries are complicit. It’s a bit mind blowing really.

        It sure does put a lot of the puzzle pieces together doesn’t it? Nikki Haley and her speech was directly talking to each and every one of these countries and they know who they are and what they’re doing. Now we know the countries, it will be interesting to see what they will do. I know the countries who won’t take our administration seriously will be the ones hurting the most in the end, and to me, that is an exceptionally good feeling.

        It also makes a bit more sense in why India was invited to the WH before his trip to the G2 summit. I’m actually happy that happened now, whereas before I was a bit confused to what was going on.

        It’s mind blowing how hard our administration is working and in so many directions. And all for us. I’m not used to that. It’s a good feeling, a real good feeling.
        Thank you for all of this information.
        Be well,
        Ma’iingankwe

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      • georgiafl says:

        Thanks – copied links!

        Liked by 2 people

        • duchess01 says:

          Most welcome, georgiafl! Was surprised it was not just China and Russia – but, worldwide! Remind you of any country – Mexico – only problem is they stay!

          Liked by 2 people

          • maiingankwe says:

            I was surprised that Qatar had heeded the warnings even though it didn’t stop NK from encouraging their now illegals to bootleg alcohol, which by the way I’m sure is punishable by death. I so despise that evil, little bastard.

            I really wish this need to travel far and wide and to open up more people’s eyes on the evilness of NK’s ruler. What a right son of a …

            I wonder how many of NK’s slave laborers have died, so he could fill his pockets up full of money. I’m sure the numbers are high considering they do the jobs no one else will do.

            I am so proud of Nikki Haley putting all of these countries on notice and so proud of our President Trump taking notice and steps to stop or slow this.

            Thank you for the articles. You and so many other Treepers do exceptional work. I know I’d still be blind to so many things if it weren’t for the CTH and all of its wonderful Treepers.
            Be well,
            Ma’iingankwe

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            • duchess01 says:

              Understand your distress wholeheartedly, Ma’lingankwe – it bothers me to see human beings treated in this manner – as far as that little dictator is concerned – we both know where he will be spending his eternity – and it won’t be with the Creator, either –

              Sometimes, I pray for this evil to stop – however, if it was not brought into the light – we would not know to fight against it – or know what to do –

              The Creator intended for all to be treated equally – because He loves all of His creation equally – but, He also knows the evil that lurks in the hearts of men – that the temptation to use his fellow man for his own benefit is too great – to compete in this world – a country must be strong – both militarily and economically – this evil young man cares not how he attains this military might – and someday he will pay dearly for what he has done – of that I am certain –

              Your heart is so warm and caring – and I know the Creator loves you very much – as do I – Peace be with you!

              Liked by 1 person

              • maiingankwe says:

                Your kind words really helped, and I know you’re right. It does give some solace knowing our Creator will show him justice when it’s time. It’s also comforting to know this evil man will not be with us.

                If we do not meet in this lifetime, it’s a good feeling to know I will meet you on the other side. It will be a long time though. 😊

                Be well and thank you for making me feel better. Your words are true.
                Ma’iingankwe

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  50. lizzieintexas says:

    Beautiful speech. Poland has as much patriotism as the US. The crowd was outstand and the turnout fantastic. The Polish 1st lady is almost as beautiful and elegant as ours. 😊

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