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Thursday 6 July 2017

President Donald Trump Says "Western Civilisation Is At Stake.

US President Donald Trump has argued that the future of Western
civilisation is at stake in a keynote speech in the Polish capital Warsaw.
Holding up Poland as an example of a country ready to defend Western freedoms, he warned against the threats of "terrorism and extremism".
Criticising Russia, Mr Trump urged Moscow to "join the community of responsible nations".
Mr Trump is in Poland ahead of a G20 summit in Hamburg, Germany.
In Warsaw, he addressed a large, cheering crowd from the monument to the 1944 Uprising in the city, on Krasinski Square.
Poland's conservative government shares Mr Trump's hostile view of immigration and strong sense of sovereignty.

What did Trump say exactly?

"As the Polish experience reminds us, the defence of the West ultimately rests not only on means but also on the will of its people to prevail," Mr Trump said.
"The fundamental question of our time is whether the West has the will to survive."
He called on Russia to "cease its destabilising activities in Ukraine and elsewhere and its support for hostile regimes including Syria and Iran".
Instead, he said, Russia should "join the community of responsible nations in our fight against common enemies and in defence of civilisation itself".
The US leader is to meet Russian President Vladimir Putin for the first time in Hamburg.
Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said the Russian presidency did not accept that Russia had been destabilising the region.
"This is exactly why we are waiting for the first meeting of the two presidents," he added.
Giving a news conference hours before the speech, Mr Trump:
  • called on countries to demonstrate to North Korea that there were consequences for its "very bad behaviour" and said "something will have to be done about it"
  • said America's "strong alliance with Poland and Nato" remained "critical to deterring conflict"
  • said in reference to Syria that "any nation which values human life can never tolerate the use of chemical weapons"
  • said CNN had taken "too seriously" a mock video he tweeted in which he wrestles a person with the broadcaster's logo for a head
 Source: BBC

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