No, President Trump Was Likely Not 'Rejected' by Poland's First Lady

Posted July 07, 2017

According to reports in the Spanish newspaper El País, Trump's visit is a "foreign policy achievement" for Poland, "and they have sold it for weeks, trying to prove that the country is not as isolated as it seems".

Ms Merkel can be heard asking Mr Trump, "would you like a handshake?" He will then head to Hamburg for the G20 summit, where he is scheduled to meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin.

The two leaders will also discuss further deliveries of USA liquid gas to Poland and the region. "We hope that the Three Seas nations will advance the same goals we are working on to achieve for our people in America", Trump said and touted the economic progress that the USA has made with the stock market and the unemployment rate.

"America stands ready to help Poland and other European nations diversify their energy supplies, so that you can never be held hostage to a single supplier", Trump said in Warsaw, Poland, where he attended a meeting of 12 European nations.

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"We must work together to counter forces, whether they come from inside or out, from the South or the East, that threaten over time to undermine these values and to erase the bonds of culture, faith and tradition that make us who we are". The move drew criticism from governments and climate change activists around the world.

As mentioned before, handshakes are a frequently reported feature of Trump's presidency.

"On most issues, President Trump has flipped and flopped so much that it is hard for a speech like the one he delivered Thursday to have the same kind of resonance as other famous presidential addresses overseas - such as when Ronald Reagan stood in front of the Brandenburg Gate 30 years ago and told Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev to 'tear down this wall!"

Speaking in front of a monument to the 1944 Warsaw Uprising, Trump lavished praise on his Polish hosts and hailed their fight for freedom from Nazi and Communist rule.

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"We're here at this historic gathering to launch a new future for open, fair, and affordable energy markets that bring greater security and prosperity to all of our citizens".

Many booed when Trump acknowledged democracy icon Lech Walesa, who was in the audience.

The West can prevail too, Trump asserted, by recognizing and standing against Islamic terrorism.

The PiS believes Walesa, who won a Nobel Peace Prize, was a communist-era collaborator and see his term as president between 1990 and 1995 as a time when Poland lost sight of its Catholic identity.

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