The 45th President of the United States of America
During an official visit and speech at MacDill Air Force Base Florida, President Trump placed a special emphasis on the vital role that the United States Armed-Forces hold in maintaining the global security, peace and freedom.
Excerpts from President Trump’s speech at MacDill Air Force Base, Florida. February 6, 2017
“We strongly support NATO. We only ask that all the NATO members make their full and proper financial contributions to the NATO alliance, which many of them have not been doing.”
“We are going to be making a really historic investment in the Armed Forces of the United States and show the entire World that America stands with those who stand in defense of Freedom,”
“We will ensure that the men and women of our military have the tools, equipment, resources, training, and supplies you need to get the job done. You’ve seen me say we’ve been depleted. Our navy is at a point almost as low as World War I. That’s a long time ago. That’s a long time ago. It’s not going to happen anymore, folks. It’s not going to happen anymore — not with me.”
“For proof that our nation has been blessed by God, look no further than the men and women of the United States military. They are the greatest fighters and the greatest force of justice on the face of the Earth and that the world has ever known. The challenges facing our nation nevertheless are very large — very, very large.”
“Freedom, Security and Justice will prevail. In his first State of the Union message, President George Washington wrote that, “To be prepared for war is one of the most effectual means of preserving peace.” Almost 200 years later, as the General was also speaking about Ronald Reagan, he said that wisdom comes in three very, very strong words: “Peace through strength.” I’ve said it many times during the campaign, speaking in front of tens of thousands of people at one sitting, and I’d always mention America first — a phrase that you probably never heard, “Make America Great Again.” Anybody ever heard that? And peace through strength.”
“The men and women of the United States military provide the strength to bring peace to our troubled, troubled times. We stand behind you. We support your mission. We love our country. We are loyal to our people. We respect our flag. We celebrate our traditions. We honor our heroes. You are our heroes. And we are prepared to fight. And we pray for peace.
Thank you. God bless you, and God bless America. Thank you very much. Thank you.” February 06, 2017 © The office of White House Press Secretary
“Freedom is not a gift from government, but that Freedom is a gift from God”
Excerpt of the President’s speech at National Prayer Breakfast in Washington DC, February 2, 2017
“Freedom is not a gift from government, but that Freedom is a gift from God”
“But we are all united by our faith in our Creator and our firm knowledge that we are all equal in His eyes. We are not just flesh and bone and blood. We are human beings, with souls. Our Republic was formed on the basis that freedom is not a gift from government, but that freedom is a gift from God.”
“It was the great Thomas Jefferson who said,
“The God who gave us life, gave us liberty.”
Jefferson asked, “Can the liberties of a nation be secure when we have removed a conviction that these liberties are the gift of God?
Among those freedoms is the right to worship according to our own beliefs. That is why I will get rid of, and totally destroy, the Johnson Amendment and allow our representatives of faith to speak freely and without fear of retribution. I will do that — remember.”
“America will succeed as long as our most vulnerable citizens — and we have some that are so vulnerable — have a path to success. And America will thrive as long as we continue to have faith in each other and faith in God.
That faith in God has inspired men and women to sacrifice for the needy, to deploy to wars overseas, and to lock arms at home, to ensure equal rights for every man, woman and child in our land. It’s that faith that sent the pilgrims across the oceans, the pioneers across the plains, and the young people all across America to chase their dreams. They are chasing their dreams. We are going to bring those dreams back. As long as we have God, we are never, ever alone. Whether it’s the soldier on the night watch or the single parent on the night shift, God will always give us solace and strength and comfort.”
“That’s why President Eisenhower and Senator Carlson had the wisdom to gather together 64 years ago to begin this truly great tradition. But that’s not all they did together. Let me tell you the rest of the story. Just one year later, Senator Carlson was among the members of Congress to send to the President’s desk a joint resolution that added “under God” to our Pledge of Allegiance.
That’s a great thing. Because that’s what we are and that is what we will always be, and that is what our people want: one beautiful nation, under God.”
January 25, 2017
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January 24, 2017
President Trump and the new America Era-1
Representing a new movement of Visionary-Realism in America that has begun to echo already a deep inspiration across the Europe and in the Globe, President Trump has inaugurated a new American Era. In his first week in the White House, President Trump has also assured Europe and NATO the United States’ continuation of close partnership and commitments.
Highlighted by the Pentagon spokesman Capt. Jeff Davis:
“Secretary Mattis wanted to place the call on his first full day in office to reinforce the importance he places on the alliance,” Jan. 23, 2017 © DoD Media/News Affairs
January 22, 2017
Europe Stands United with the close Relations with the U.S and President Trump
In the inauguration ceremony of President Donald Trump–all European Ambassadors to the United States attended the ceremony and send their best wishes on their websites/twitters.
On the same day almost all European Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Embassies to the U.S, Prime Ministers and the Head of States from: Austria, Australia, Canada, Czech Republic, Finland, Denmark, Israel, Latvia, Norway, Sweden, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, Ukraine, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg sent their official messages of congratulations and convey their countries wish to continue the special relations with the United States and President Donald Trump.
The list is viewable on our twitter published on the Moment: President Donald Trump’s Inauguration, Highlight of the event and messages
The Ambassador of the European Union to the United States of America, David O’Sullivan attended the inauguration ceremony and stated: “Honored to be attending the Inauguration of President Donald Trump”
EU Ambassador David O’Sullivan attending the inauguration ceremony. © EU Ambassador to the U.S January 20, 2017
January 21, 2017
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January 20, 2017
President Donald Trump the most resemble to President Ronald Reagan.
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November 9, 2016
By creating a Revolutionary Movement and the dazzling Victory that had never been seen before, Donald Trump the most resemble to President Ronald Reagan, has been elected the 45 President of the United States of America, with Governor Mike Pence the Vice President.
Mr.Donald Trump with Governor Mike Pence at his campaign HQ. Nov 9, 2016. Courtesy of Fox News.
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