President Trump Attends Breakfast with the President of the Republic of Finland…

President Trump begins the day with a breakfast with the President of the host nation Finland.


[Transcript] – Mntyniemi Residence – Helsinki, Finland – 9:54 A.M. EST

PRESIDENT NIINIST: Mr. President, ladies, gentlemen, it’s great to have you here.


PRESIDENT NIINIST: — you are most welcome. We have done our utmost so that your visit and your negotiations here would be successful. And, like we see, even the sun is with us, although it begins to be far too warm, even here in the North.

But, once again, warm welcome. And we wish all the success in your meetings and negotiations with President Putin.

PRESIDENT TRUMP: Thank you very much. And we very much appreciate Finland. We very highly respect your country, our relationship has been a very good one, and our personal relationship has been very good.

And I enjoyed being with you a couple of days ago. NATO has, I think, never been stronger. And it was really — it was a little bit tough at the beginning, and it turned out to be love. It really was a great meeting that we had and brought everybody together, and, I think, very worthwhile.

But I appreciated your support and your help. And I will say, again, you’ve treated us beautifully. Thank you very much. Thank you.

Q Mr. President, what’s your message to President Putin today?

PRESIDENT TRUMP: I’m going to be seeing him in a little while.

Q But what are you going to say to him?

PRESIDENT TRUMP: We’ll do just fine. Thank you.

Q Mr. President, I’m from Finnish press. What was the (inaudible) choice to (inaudible) Finland as a meeting?

PRESIDENT TRUMP: Well, we think Finland is a great country. We had a fantastic meeting a few days ago; some of you were there. It was a very successful meeting. I think NATO has never been more together. People are now agreeing to pay, and we were having a lot of problem with a lot of people not paying, as the President will tell you. And they’re paying, and they’re paying more rapidly. And I think NATO has probably never been stronger than it is today.

So we had a fantastic meeting, and now we’re capping it with being in Finland. And the hospitality has been fantastic. Thank you.

Thank you very much everybody.

END 9:56 A.M. EEST

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23 Responses to President Trump Attends Breakfast with the President of the Republic of Finland…

  1. jmclever says:

    Maybe an odd question about the breakfast photo at the end of the article. Is it possible that the photo has been edited to make POTUS look more orange? I know the media does everything they can to discredit him. I m asking because his chair looks more yellow than the others. Also because one of the favorite derogatory remarks in the left is to call him orange.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Disgusted says:

      I do not understand why his staff allows him to be sent out into these situations with that white eye area always so pronounced. He is an incredibly meticulous man in every other way. That one problem could definitely be solved with a bit of self tanning product. That last photo does make the white eye areas look more noticeable. Maybe you are right!


    • GB Bari says:

      Zoom in on his face and look at his hair. It’s obvious that the photo has been fooled with because the orange of his face goes up into his hair in the middle. That’s never been there before. Shameful editing. Someone needs to put an end to this image manipulation.

      Liked by 4 people

    • I noticed this the other day as well. It was the photo with the Queen. His hair was red, not blond and his face was orange. In other pics and the video his hair was blond. I think some photos are photoshopped to make him look orange.

      Liked by 2 people

    • SwampRatTerrier says:

      Yes. Compare pic 1 with pic 2.

      The chairs in pic one are all the same burnished toned down mustard in pic 1. Also PDJT just appears to have decent tan.

      In pic 2 all other chairs appear a bleached oak color but PDJTs looks Big Bird yellow.

      Having seen PDJT in rallies under very bright stadium lights I can attest their is nothing yellow about him. Nor orange either.

      Damn Yellow Orange Msm Liars.

      Liked by 4 people

      • SwampRatTerrier says:

        More Member Lies.

        Ace of spades :
        “So the big thing in the anti-Trump protests in London was supposedly a huge inflatable float of Trump which made him up like diaper-wearing baby. Yes, really. The media played this up like this thing was going to be so big it would darken the skies over London and bring on global cooling, but look at it, it’s not 20 feet high. It looks like it’s not much bigger than one of those bouncy houses for kids. And someone spent, get this, the equivalent of $40,000 on it.


    • All American Snowflake says:

      I have seen photos that were very obviously colored orange: because everyone in those photos were several deeper shades of orange. The media thinks we are so stupid that we only look at Mr. Trump and think orange. I just think “stop putting all that orange on the photos.”

      Liked by 1 person

    • leaperman621 says:

      Hail the Orange Menace! Hail!


  2. NC PATRIOT says:

    POTUS spent the day yesterday on the golf greens of Turnberry——–sun/wind burn? He has a ruddy coloring to start with. Don’t care what the left calls him. Do you?

    Liked by 3 people

  3. cyn3wulf says:

    Embarrassing. Care to comment @joshrogin?— Sebastian Gorka DrG (@SebGorka) July 16, 2018


    • cyn3wulf says:

      Liked by 2 people

      • permiejack says:

        From the NATO website:
        -Finnish cooperation with NATO is based on its longstanding policy of military non-alignment and a firm national political consensus.
        -Cooperation has been reinforced over the years since Finland joined NATO’s Partnership for Peace in 1994 and became a member of the Euro-Atlantic Partnership Council in 1997.
        -Finland is one of NATO’s most active partners and a valued contributor to NATO-led operations and missions in the Balkans and Afghanistan – it is one of five countries that has enhanced opportunities for dialogue and cooperation with NATO.
        -An important priority for cooperation is to develop capabilities and maintain the ability of the Finnish armed forces to work with those of NATO and other partner countries in multinational peace-support operations.
        -In the current security context with heightened concerns about Russian military activities, NATO is stepping up cooperation with Finland and Sweden in the Baltic region.
        -Finland’s role in training the forces of NATO partner countries is greatly valued as is its support for several NATO-led Trust Fund projects aimed at promoting defence and security reform in partner countries.
        -Finland actively supports the implementation of United Nations Security Council Resolution 1325 on Women, Peace and Security.

        Liked by 3 people

        • cyn3wulf says:

          You’d think these reporters would do a quick fact check before they spout off. Well, they would if the goal was reporting instead of narrative setting. His tweet got thousands of retweets; he sent out a couple of correction tweets, which got a couple hundred retweets. And they wonder why they’re called Fake News.

          Liked by 1 person

  4. formerdem says:

    random remark about how some countries think men MUST have their hands on top of the table all the time during a meal/meeting while we tend to think hands on the table is attentive during a meeting but during a meal it is aggressive. Does anyone else notice this? Am I wrong? Not making any point. Just chatting.


  5. EternalVigilanc3 says:

    Prob has to do with trust. Think wild west and poker. Eating a meal at court in Europe is the same I would suppose.


  6. EternalVigilanc3 says:

    Just got done driving all day checking into cth and only 16 comments bout Finland President and breakfast with our potus. Hmmm.

    Liked by 1 person

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