November 13, 2019
  • 12:51 pm Teyana Taylor – Issues/Hold On
  • 11:50 am @TorontoPolice Homicide News Conference | Friday, Jan. 26th, 2018
  • 11:50 am Jürgen Klopp’s pre-Manchester United press conference | Mane, Lovren, Dalglish
  • 8:52 am Will Muschamp Weekly News Conference — 11/5/19
  • 8:52 am G2 press conference, post DAMWON match – 2019 Worlds quarterfinals
President Trump Holds a Joint Press Conference with Prime Minister Gentiloni


President Trump: Thank you very much. Prime Minister Gentiloni, welcome. Great honor. Thank you. It’s wonderful to have you
in our wonderful People’s House, known as the White House. And so many great Italian
friends are with us today. And we renew, always, the
deep ties of history and friendship that link
together the American and the Italian peoples. That history traces its
roots to the timeless contributions of Italy to civilization and human progress — so true —
stretching all the way back to Ancient Rome. Through the ages, your
country has been a beacon of artistic and scientific
achievement — and that continues today — from
Venice to Florence, from Verdi to Pavarotti,
a friend of mine. Great friend of mine. These bonds of history and
culture have only grown stronger as our two
nations have become close partners, dear friends,
and very vital allies. Mr. Prime Minister, I’m
thrilled that you are here today to discuss how
we can make this great relationship even more
productive in the years to come. On the economy, Italy is
one of America’s largest trading partners. A lot of people
don’t know that. We both seek a trading
relationship that is balanced, reciprocal
— I love the word “reciprocal,” because
we don’t have too many reciprocal trading
partnerships, I will tell you that, but we will
very soon — and fair, benefitting both
of our countries. And we can work together
to achieve that outcome, and that will happen. Italy is also a key
partner in the fight against terrorism. Italy is now the
second-largest contributor of troops to the conflicts
in Iraq and Afghanistan. I would also like to thank
you, Prime Minister, for your leadership on seeking
stabilization in Libya, and for your crucial
efforts to deny ISIS a foothold in the Mediterranean. You fought hard. We’re grateful for your
role in the anti-ISIS campaign. All nations must condemn
this barbaric enemy and support the effort to achieve its total and complete destruction. Also, as you know,
Mr. Prime Minister, we have more than 30,000
American servicemembers, families, and personnel
who are stationed across your country. As we reaffirm our support
for historic institutions, we must also reaffirm the
requirement that everyone must pay their full and
fair share for the cost of defense. Together, we can address
many pressing challenges, including two that greatly
affect both of our countries, those of
large-scale migration and international smuggling. Maintaining strong borders
is a vital component of any security policy, and
a responsible approach to refugees is one that seeks
the eventual return of refugees to their home
countries so that they can help to rebuild
their own nations. Finally, I want to say how
much I look forward to visiting Sicily for the
G7, as we seek to foster cooperation not only on
matters of security, but also science, commerce,
health, and technology. Our two countries have
shared interests and shared values, and we
can each make great contributions to the other. Mr. Prime Minister, I
again want to thank you for being with us and
being our true friend. Italy is a spectacular
place; I know it well. I love the
people of Italy. We have 18 million
Italians living in the United States, people
originally from Italy. And it’s a great honor to
have many of them as my friends. Thank you for being here. Prime Minister Gentiloni:
Thank you for hosting us here. It’s an honor to be here
at the White House today. And I’ll now
switch to Italian. We had a very fruitful
meeting which reflects an ancient friendship, as the
President reminded us with his words. This friendship is also
a sign of the 18 million Italian Americans who have
such an important role in our country —
in this country. And this friendship is
witnessed also by the fact that Italy is the second
choice for American students who study abroad,
and we’re very proud of this. And this confirms the importance that the United States gives to the
cultural dimension of our country, as the President, himself, just said. This friendship is based
on a common commitment against terrorism. This commitment is a
commitment in which we are both very active — our
country is very active in Iraq and in Afghanistan,
and I think that the stabilization work will be
decisive, the civilization work of Iraq, after the
military defeat that we expect for Daesh. We know that this action
against terrorism must take place within our
individual countries. In Europe, with the social
and cultural commitment against radicalization, by
cooperating with Islamic communities, Italy
contributes to peace and to stability in
the Mediterranean. In Syria, where I
believe the U.S. choice to react to the use
of chemical weapons by Bashar al-Assad, and where
a negotiated solution is more necessary than ever. In Libya — and we
discussed this in our meeting — where we need
to work against the division of the country
in order to stabilize it. This is a very decisive
task if we want to manage the migratory flows
without giving up on our values and our
humanitarian principles. And we need to contrast
the horrible traffic of people and
clandestine refugees. Italy is convinced of its
strategic commitment in favor of the transatlantic
relationship. We have also spoken about
common commitments in NATO and the goals that were
identified in 2014, and the commitments on
military expenses and the contribution that each
country must make towards collective security. We are proud of
our contribution. And finally, Italy is
a country of dialogue. We are proud because we
succeeded in keeping open the doors in
difficult crises. Dialogue can be useful
even vis-à-vis Russia, without obviously giving
up our unity and our principles, and without
giving up our strength and our values. I also told President
Trump that we have confidence — even though
this is a difficult moment, and we all know
it’s difficult right now — we have confidence in
the future of the European Union and certainly in
the importance of the relationship between the U.S. and Italy. These are the two pillars
that the transatlantic relationship is based on
and a great part of peace and freedom in the world. We are going through a
difficult time, but I have confidence that the
European Union will continue to be a positive
response to this. And, finally, we are
expecting and I look forward to the President’s
visit to the summit in Taormina, and I trust
that this will be the opportunity to show him
the unity of our leaders and of the principal free
economies of the planet. Because right now, we
really do need this unity. Once again, thank
you, Mr. President. President Trump:
Thank you very much. Thank you. Appreciate it. I’ll take a few questions. John Roberts
of Fox, please. The Press: Mr. President,
thanks so much. I hope you’ll forgive
me for asking you a three-part question
— it’s been a while. In just the last few
minutes — I believe it was while you were meeting
with the Prime Minister — there was a shooting
in downtown Paris. President Trump:
I see that. The Press: It’s being
described as a potential terrorist attack. I wonder if you have
something on that. And further to that, to
the big trouble spots that you’re dealing with right
now, North Korea and Iran. Do you believe that the
leader of North Korea, Kim Jong-un, is
mentally unstable? Is that one of the reasons
why you’re so concerned about these latest
developments? Is he a man who can
be reasoned with? And on Iran, do you have
reason to suspect that they are cheating
on the JCPOA? And to Mr. Prime Minister,
you talked just a moment ago about your
commitment to NATO. President Trump would like
to see all NATO members contribute 2 percent
of their GDP to NATO. Your contribution is
slightly less than 1 percent. Will you commit to
committing 2 percent of your GDP to the
Alliance going forward? Thank you. President Trump: Well,
first of all, I love the question you asked
the Prime Minister. I look forward to his
answer — (laughter) — because I’m going to be asking him that same question very soon. Well, first of all, our
condolences from our country to the
people of France. Again, it’s
happening, it seems. I just saw it as I was
walking in, so that’s a terrible thing and it’s a
very, very terrible thing that’s going on in
the world today. But it looks like another
terrorist attack. And what can you say
— it just never ends. We have to be strong and
we have to be vigilant. And I’ve been saying
it for a long time. As far as North Korea is
concerned, we are in very good shape. We’re building our
military rapidly. A lot of things have
happened over the last short period of time. I’ve been here for
approximately 91 days; we’re doing a lot of work. We’re in very
good position. We’re going to
see what happens. I can’t ask your — answer your question on stability. I hope the answer is
a positive one, not a negative one. But hopefully that will be
something that gets taken care of. I have great respect for
the President of China. As you know, we had a
great summit in Florida, and Palm Beach, and got
to know each other and I think like each other. I can say from my standpoint I liked him very much. I respect him very much. And I think he’s
working very hard. I can say that all of the
pundits out there are saying they never have
seen China work like they’re working right now. Many coal ships
have sent back. Many other things
have happened. Some very unusual moves
have been made over the last two or three hours. And I really have
confidence that the President will
try very hard. We don’t know whether or
not they’re able to do that, but I have absolute
confidence that he will be trying very, very hard. And one of the reasons
that we’re talking about trade deals and we’re
talking about all of the different things — but
we’re slowing up a little bit. I actually told him, I
said, you’ll make a much better deal on trade if
you get rid of this menace or do something about the
menace of North Korea. Because that’s what it is,
it’s a menace right now. So, we’ll see
what happens. As far as Iran is
concerned, I think they are doing a tremendous
disservice to an agreement that was signed. It was a terrible agreement. It shouldn’t
have been signed. It shouldn’t have been
negotiated the way it was negotiated. I’m all for agreements,
but that was a bad one, as bad as I’ve ever
seen negotiated. They are not living up
to the spirit of the agreement, I can
tell you that. And we’re analyzing it
very, very carefully and we’ll have something
to say about it in the not-too-distant future. But Iran has not lived up to the spirit of the agreement. And they have to do that. They have to do that. So, we will see
what happens. Thank you very much, John. Prime Minister Gentiloni:
Thank you, Mr. President. First of all, allow me to
join President Trump’s words for what
happened in Paris. These words of condolences
and closeness to the French people. And this is a very
delicate period for them, just three days
before the election. As far as the question is
concerned, the commitment has been made. It was made during
a NATO summit. And we are used to respecting our commitments. We know that this will be
a gradual process; it has already begun. And we know that Italy has
certain limitations when it comes to its budget,
but despite these limitations our commitment for common defense is very clear. And, as I said earlier,
I’m very proud not only of the progress made in our
financial commitment, but also proud of the
contribution that we give to the security of the
Alliance in so many areas of the world. We talked about Iraq and
Afghanistan, but we could also talk about the Baltic
Sea or the Balkans. And in all of these areas,
you will see the presence of Italian forces within
the Alliance, and we are proud of that. The Press: Sky Italia. First, for you, President
Gentiloni, I wanted to ask you — we saw from this
new administration a new type of policy on the
international scene, very different from what
we had in the past. And one of the last
important operations which was carried out by
President Trump was in Syria with a bombing
following the use of chemical weapons by
the Assad regime. I wanted to ask you, does
Italy think or conceive a possibility to take action
in — more action in Syria? Since my colleague from
Fox News did, so I’m going to take as well the possibility to ask you two questions. First of all, about
European Union. You have said in the past
that Brexit was a great thing, and that you think
that other country will follow. So, you know that Italy is
an important player and supporter of European
integration. Do you believe that
actually a strong Europe is important for the
United States, also looking forward at
a French election? And on the second
question, is that you said that you’re looking
forward to come to Italy for the G7, and I wanted
to know if you’re also looking forward, if it’s
going to be possible, to meet Pope Francis during
your Italian trip. Thank you. Prime Minister Gentiloni:
Syria, we immediately assessed the operation
that was ordered by President Trump and
decided that this was a motivated response to the
use of chemical weapons. We added that it’s up
to everyone to consider negotiation as the road
through which we hopefully can put an end to this
infinite dramatic war and come to peace. Italy is not directly
involved in the operations and military operations in
Syria other than marginal aspects, but it’s not our plan to change this attitude. President Trump: Yes, a
strong Europe is very, very important to me as
President of the United States. And it’s also, in my
opinion, in my very strong opinion, important
for the United States. We want to see it. We will help it be strong,
and it’s very much to everybody’s advantage. And I look very much
forward to meeting the Pope. Fabian of The Hill. Fabian. Yes. The Press: Thank
you, Mr. President. Some people on Capitol
Hill believe you can get one of two things next
week: a vote on healthcare or a vote on a
government funding bill. So, my question is, which
one is more important to you have: a vote on
healthcare or a vote on a bill to keep the
government open? And, Mr. Prime Minister, I
want to get your thoughts on a referendum in Turkey
that occurred last week. You spoke about democratic
values in the European continent, so are you
concerned with the result of the Turkish referendum? Is that something that you
discussed with President Trump? President Trump: Okay,
I want to get both. Are you shocked
to hear that? And we’re doing very
well on healthcare. We’ll see what happens. But this is a great bill. There’s a great plan. And this will be
great healthcare. It’s evolving. You know, there was
never a give-up. The press sort of reported
there was like a give-up. There’s no give-up. We started. Remember, it took
Obamacare 17 months. I’ve really been
negotiating this for two months, maybe even less
than that, because we had a 30-day period where we
did lots of other things the first 30 days. But this has really
been two months. And this is a continuation. And the plan gets better
and better and better. And it’s gotten
really, really good. And a lot of people
are liking it a lot. We have a good chance
of getting it soon. I’d like to say next
week, but it will be — I believe we will get it. And whether it’s next week
or shortly thereafter. As far as keeping the
government open, I think we want to keep the
government open. Don’t you agree? So, yeah, I think
we’ll get both. Thank you. Prime Minister Gentiloni:
The Turkish referendum is a fact that we must take
note of, leaving aside any debates that can take
place about how the vote took place. But I believe that the European
leadership have taken note of the vote. The consequences will
depend a great deal on how the Turkish government
and President Erdogan, especially, will take into
account almost half of the population’s expression
of a different opinion. Will there be an inclusive
approach, or will there be a confrontation in
this part of Turkey? This will be very
important for us and the European Union. The other thing that’s
going to be very important is the respect of the
certain fundamental principles. We are members of the
Atlantic alliance — Italy and Turkey — and Italy
contributes to Turkey’s defense with its own
military assets. We believe that, among our
countries, there should be a cooperation, and
hopefully — and we trust — that this cooperation
will have, among its consequences, the solution
of the case concerning the journalist who’s been
detained over the last few days in Turkey. The Press: President
Gentiloni, you have focused a lot on the
leadership — Italian leadership and American
leadership — in order to stabilize Libya. What do you expect
exactly from Washington? And especially, I am
asking you, what is necessary in this process,
in this relationship of cooperation with Russia? President Trump, do you
see a role for your administration in helping
stabilizing Libya? And do you agree that
stabilizing Libya means combating
terrorism and ISIS? President Gentiloni:
America has played a very key role — first of
all, to prevent the consolidation of an
important basis for terrorism while Daesh was
undergoing defeat in Iraq and Syria. There were operations that
were sustained by the U.S. against Daesh in the
city of Sirte which were successful. Now the commitment
must be political. And, therefore, in the
cooperation of U.S. and Italy and other key
partners in the region, the goal is to broaden the
basis — the consensus for the Tripoli government,
which is recognized by the international community,
but which must be able to count on a broader consensus. I believe that one clear
goal should be this, we need the region, and we
need countries like Egypt and Tunisia that
are close to Libya. We need a stable
and unified Libya. A divided country and
in conflict would make stability worse. The U.S. role in this is very critical. President Trump: I do
not see a role in Libya. I think the United States
has right now enough roles. We’re in a role
everywhere. So, I do not see that. I do see a role in
getting rid of ISIS. We’re being very
effective in that regard. We are doing a job, with
respect to ISIS, that has not been done anywhere
near the numbers that we’re producing right now. It’s a very effective
force we have. We have no choice. It’s a horrible thing
to say, but we have no choice. And we are effectively
ridding the world of ISIS. I see that as a primary
role, and that’s what we’re going to do, whether
it’s in Iraq or in Libya or anywhere else. And that role will come to
an end at a certain point, and we’ll be able to go
back home and rebuild our country, which is
what I want to do. Thank you all very much. I appreciate it. Thank you.

Robin Kshlerin

RELATED ARTICLES

100 COMMENTS

  1. Trey Tex Posted on April 20, 2017 at 10:39 pm

    This Prime Minister is a Globalist idiot who will lose in the next election after causing destruction to his country with unvetted out of control immigration.

    Reply
  2. jenny boone Posted on April 20, 2017 at 10:40 pm

    shit's been going on in france forever, it's widely known france has tons of terrorists ,why wont the US go over there,and help them? i heard ISIS already claimed the attack.

    Reply
  3. Brandon Hebert Posted on April 20, 2017 at 10:45 pm

    trump said buy American. Guess you need to destroy the china made junk, ivanka clothing line.

    Reply
  4. immayoutubecommenter Posted on April 20, 2017 at 10:57 pm

    President Gentile-oni
    oy veyoni

    Reply
  5. Cris Yorke Posted on April 20, 2017 at 11:12 pm

    Why does President Trump keeps on meeting with liberal leaders?! Where are the libertarian conservative world leaders?

    Reply
  6. Loegan's Channel Posted on April 20, 2017 at 11:17 pm

    such click bait shit "President Trump holds a joint…" on 4/20

    Reply
  7. Bolshevik Cosmonaut Posted on April 20, 2017 at 11:27 pm

    President Trump holds a joint… 😉

    Reply
  8. zonie1953 Posted on April 20, 2017 at 11:30 pm

    I see Italy got rid of the goofy guy they had before !

    Reply
  9. Rich F. Posted on April 20, 2017 at 11:47 pm

    That interpreter needs to go back to school! 😡 Very unprofessional !

    Reply
  10. Maritza Martinez Posted on April 21, 2017 at 12:09 am

    Pavoratti is dead idiot 😂🤣. I doubt he would want you as a friend.

    Reply
  11. Andrew Davanzo Posted on April 21, 2017 at 12:11 am

    I'm an proud Italian in the land of America! Trump!

    Reply
  12. M Posted on April 21, 2017 at 12:25 am

    keep the Trump train a rollin :))
    God bless

    Reply
  13. Shepherd Pomshi Posted on April 21, 2017 at 12:28 am

    "joint press conference"

    Reply
  14. L E Johnson Posted on April 21, 2017 at 12:31 am

    NAME OF GROUP:::NEWS..And Make America Great Again
    https://www.facebook.com/groups/1768467210144727/?ref=bookmarks
    Support Donald Trump the 45th President and A TRUMP SUPPORTER 110%%%
    Where Are The Trump Fans??
    The TRAIN IS ABOUT TO LEAVE ++And WE Want You+++Are YOU IN?????
    ++++Share PLEASE+++++
    Strength In NUMBERS
    NO SNOWFLAKES ALLOWED

    Reply
  15. Rickey Williams Posted on April 21, 2017 at 12:44 am

    Trump 2020 (Ohio) Loving the start. Great cabinet. Military, Law Enforcement, Miners, factory workers happier than all get out……

    Reply
  16. Kisdeja Watchers Posted on April 21, 2017 at 12:48 am

    The US is not doing anything effectively about ISIS in Syria it is just getting in the way of the government and Russian efforts to handle the problem. So far all the US has done is create more terror and uncertainty for the people by bombing a mosque full of 300 praying people, killing 80, and bomb a maternity hospital and almost kill a woman giving birth. Fortunately there were no fatalities there but it is obvious the US is acting without any intel at all and apparently they can't even read maps in Arabic or understand what infrastructure looks like on satellite photos. It;s clearly a case of Yankees go home ffs

    Reply
  17. Simon Hirsch Posted on April 21, 2017 at 12:56 am

    President trump holds a joint happy 420 foenem

    Reply
  18. lights cameradrinks Posted on April 21, 2017 at 1:12 am

    Just legalize marijuana; I feel like the White House doesn't study their history. #Happy420 #alcoholprohibition #its2017

    Reply
  19. P P Posted on April 21, 2017 at 1:57 am

    Hooray! No role for us in Libya!

    Reply
  20. Gregor Hast Posted on April 21, 2017 at 2:02 am

    I CAN'T HELP – BUT MR. TRUMP SOUNDS ALWAYS SO NICE AND IF I HEAR HIS VOICE THEN I HAVE MOSTLY A GOOD FEELING WHICH SAY ME HE'S REALLY TRYING TO DO HIS BEST FOR HIS COUNTRY AND HIS PEOPLE….

    Reply
  21. Kilonoid Posted on April 21, 2017 at 2:17 am

    BASED SPAGHETTI MERCHANTS

    Reply
  22. Nick Name Posted on April 21, 2017 at 2:25 am

    Took decades but we have a real president again.

    Reply
  23. MR. Graham Posted on April 21, 2017 at 2:28 am

    nic cage 2020 lets start a campaign who's with me.

    Reply
  24. IceDavide Posted on April 21, 2017 at 2:29 am

    MAKE ITALY GREAT AGAIN MIGA!

    Reply
  25. JohnsRadios Posted on April 21, 2017 at 3:07 am

    What exactly has Trump done in his first 100 days ? Healthcare reform ? Mexico paying for wall ? Lock her up ? Drain the swamp ? Working real hard and not golfing all the time like Obama ? As a life long New Yorker, I know that he is and always was a con man! He and his family will be greatly rewarded with his Presidency! Make Trump Rich Again!

    Reply
  26. De.First. 1147 Posted on April 21, 2017 at 3:28 am

    I am an AMERICAN which means I'm everything and anything , I'm all things, I proffer happiness over all, any one or anything threatens my
    children in the American family , no matter who they maybe, I will defend them !!!! keep the government open the people. bridge the gaps for Israel, stop terrorism, you my have dual citizenship , however please become legal, and visas are OK , extreme vetting is necessary!
    we are NOT going to take anyone's threat no longer, ISIS is a little girl that knows not what she does, but her ideals must be changed, stop attacks on Israel , I WILL HONOR MY pledges, oath's always and forever !!!! CHALLENGE ME NOT, please do the proper things in life, for I LOVE YOU ALL please do not make me dislike people. Donald Trump is outstanding !!!! God bless all even the haters . 11 47 . let all have fun!!!! and yes my votes are for the REPUBLICANS . yes on tax regulations, KEEP THE GOVERNMENT RUNNING NO SHUT DOWN ….period
    HEALTH CARE MUST BE FINE TUNED, DONALD THEIR WILL BE NO( KISS '65 ) I will not be pleased for I KNOW what it curtailed, the 6667 …….God bless you & family + be good, I'm trying . make great deals, I know your branding all to well so do a good job my friend , show curiosity to all but respect is earned ! Dems are crazy out of control ( leftest nuts ) . fix it .

    hat

    Reply
  27. Absolute Honesty Posted on April 21, 2017 at 3:31 am

    love our president Donald J Trump, he's just what our country wanted someone who puts America first and will make America great again, I support our President

    Reply
  28. DominicanKing Posted on April 21, 2017 at 3:36 am

    Proud of my president

    Reply
  29. BreathexEasy Posted on April 21, 2017 at 3:38 am

    My goodness with the comments. Lol

    Reply
  30. TypicalWhiteAsianBoy Posted on April 21, 2017 at 3:55 am

    "President Trump holds a joint…" uploaded on 4/20… I see what you did you clickbait sneaky bastards 😉

    Reply
  31. Andy Summers Posted on April 21, 2017 at 4:00 am

    trump is a cunt.

    Reply
  32. Sell Fish Family Posted on April 21, 2017 at 5:03 am

    love how you said we won't have a role in Libya.. america 1st! 🇺🇸

    Reply
  33. The Trump News Network Posted on April 21, 2017 at 5:26 am

    Going after Julian Assange is just fucked up Sir.

    Reply
  34. bmf0003 Posted on April 21, 2017 at 6:07 am

    6:50 – 7:14 .. ish. This comment about Syria then Libya is incoherent. Was this an error of translation?

    Reply
  35. nucama NZ Posted on April 21, 2017 at 7:08 am

    That is what I want to do….
    Go for it…. We all need it… good man I will have to say …

    Reply
  36. KnightInShiningASMR Posted on April 21, 2017 at 7:24 am

    God bless and protect all Italian armed forces who fight alongside their American brothers and sisters!!

    Reply
  37. RiotHouse Posted on April 21, 2017 at 7:27 am

    Italy has a larger GDP than Russia, so they should easily be able to meet the 2% defense commitment.

    Reply
  38. Geoff Gyro Posted on April 21, 2017 at 8:44 am

    Friends with Pavarotti?

    Reply
  39. test test Posted on April 21, 2017 at 9:14 am

    Obviously the Italian PM didn't have enough sleep last night. Why?

    Reply
  40. Free Speech Posted on April 21, 2017 at 9:56 am

    DONALD TRUMP is lying ZIONIST STOOGE. HE IS ZIONISTS USEFUL IDIOT to carry out ZIONIST AGENDA. What a terrible human and a liar

    Reply
  41. Free Speech Posted on April 21, 2017 at 9:59 am

    Have you people noticed that all these politicians in Europe are born on 1954 , 1966 ? weird. It almost like all these zionist ( zionist colony president / pm) clerks are born as DOG , HORSE , OX or PIG. You will not find snake or dragon or even tiger. Weird.

    Reply
  42. Tupac Amaru Shakur Posted on April 21, 2017 at 10:18 am

    Biggest idiot alive

    Reply
  43. GlobalistsR Traitors Posted on April 21, 2017 at 10:28 am

    Expel invaders.

    Reply
  44. TheJonnyzeus Posted on April 21, 2017 at 10:51 am

    Trade must, by definition, be reciprocal.

    Reply
  45. larry kendrick Posted on April 21, 2017 at 11:40 am

    I do hope Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni of Italy understands, if were going to do this, we must do it, give 2% . If were not in together,  were going to get out of it.

    Reply
  46. John G Posted on April 21, 2017 at 12:32 pm

    Swamp mafia jont speech. Lol

    Reply
  47. Vylkeer Posted on April 21, 2017 at 12:58 pm

    I'm from Italy! Great meeting
    US + Italy = <3

    Reply
  48. Alex Bajan Posted on April 21, 2017 at 1:48 pm

    Viva Italia, Poland and the USA. We must do the peace with Russia and together destroy global terrorists.

    Reply
  49. The Court Of Public Opinion Posted on April 21, 2017 at 3:03 pm

    I'm surprised the comments are on…

    Reply
  50. plnkfloydian Posted on April 21, 2017 at 3:22 pm

    We ❤️ you Mr. President! 🇺🇸🇨🇮💪

    Reply
  51. Android3008 Posted on April 21, 2017 at 3:23 pm

    Italian journalists are a lot more professional than other European people's.

    Reply
  52. Antonio Gonzalez Posted on April 21, 2017 at 3:36 pm

    "i look very much forward to meeting the pope" lolol…that orange shitbag won't ever meet him

    Reply
  53. NotBorn Yesterday Posted on April 21, 2017 at 5:23 pm

    BRAVA, Mr. President! And thank you for acknowledging all of the positive contributions Italy has given to civilization. Great to see PM Gentiloni in our White House, and I sincerely hope that he gets with the program regarding the proper vetting of foreigners entering Italy.

    Reply
  54. Valerio Mag Posted on April 21, 2017 at 6:25 pm

    Penso di parlare a nome di parecchi italiani…non mi sento rappresentanto da Gentiloni ennesimo governo non votato dagli italiani, spero anche che nelle prossime votazioni che purtroppo arriveranno tardi… (aspettiamo il benefit di settembre) così molti politici ne traggono vantaggio, gli italiani possano finalmente aprire gli occhi e votare un governo che rappresenti l' Italia e gli italiani!

    Reply
  55. Carlo Motta Posted on April 21, 2017 at 6:33 pm

    Gentilini è un golpista, nominato da un illegittimo paramento,è la vergogna più grande e alla caduta del boia Mussolini!

    Reply
  56. stefano19827 Posted on April 21, 2017 at 8:05 pm

    Donald "Flip-Flop" Trump
    shameful betrayal of the vote
    you said no more "police of the world", EU has to go, deal with Russia not war with Russia. you are doing the exact opposite

    Reply
  57. Angela Packard Posted on April 21, 2017 at 8:24 pm

    I get so sick of hearing the term "orange" man.  Do you idiots realize he uses a spray tan?  So fucking what if his skin color is off.  I didn't hear anyone roasting Obama about his color.  Oh that's right, God forbid bring race into it.  I use a tanning bed and if anyone roasted me they'd be punched in the face.  You all need one good throat punch.

    Reply
  58. Titus Thompson Posted on April 21, 2017 at 8:39 pm

    TRUMP, KNOW THERE IS MORE SUPPORTING YOU THAN YOU KNOW!!!!

    Reply
  59. Celtic Dude Posted on April 21, 2017 at 8:46 pm

    GOD BLESS PRESIDENT TRUMP AND GOD BLESS AMERICA ! MAGA !

    Reply
  60. OSCAR FREDY POSSO VITALI Posted on April 21, 2017 at 9:42 pm

    UNITED STATES PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP IN JOINT CONFERENCE PRESS WITH ITALIAN PRIME MINISTER PAOLO GENTILONI.
    AMERICAN PRESIDENT: WELCOME ITALIAN PRIME MINISTER, A GREAT HONOR. IS WONDERFUL HAS PEOPLE AND ITALIAN FRIENDS LIKE YOU AT THE WHITE HOUSE. RENEW TIES OF DEEP HISTORY BOTH COUNTRIES. REMEMBERING THE ANCIENT ROME. ITALY A COUNTRY OF ACHIEVEMENT OF SCIENCE. ITALY A VITAL ALLY. THINKING IN A MORE STRONG, PRODUCTIVE AND RECIPROCAL RELATIONSHIP AMONG TWO COUNTRIES. ITALY IS ALSO A IMPORTANT KEY IN THE FIGHT AGAINST TERRORISM AND SECOND CONTRIBUTOR OF TROOPS IN AFGHANISTAN.
    ITALIAN PRIME MINISTER GENTILONI: THANKS BY BE HERE. IS A HONOR BEING AT THE WHITE HOUSE. WAITING HAS A FRUITFUL MEETING. 18 MILLION ITALIAN AMERICANS IN UNITED STATES. ITALY IS SECOND CHOICE FOR AMERICAN STUDENTS WITH REAL CULTURAL DIMENSION.

    Reply
  61. Mark Binder Posted on April 22, 2017 at 3:28 am

    Beautiful message so clear so loud so true. Remember, ISIS is trying to repeat the Islamic Caliphate that was larger than the Roman Empire and lasted most of Christian history. So dangerous! Only Trump can stand up to this danger it takes steel will.

    Reply
  62. loyalman692ndaccount Posted on April 22, 2017 at 4:25 am

    Im italian italia!!!

    Reply
  63. polifatts Posted on April 22, 2017 at 5:43 am

    The translator sucks.

    Reply
  64. Di Dxpeo Posted on April 22, 2017 at 5:50 am

    Italy don't stand with the USA, it is the biggest evil!

    Reply
  65. Di Dxpeo Posted on April 22, 2017 at 5:51 am

    "a lot ppl don't know that", including you, trump, like yesterday!

    Reply
  66. nametakenok Posted on April 22, 2017 at 10:30 am

    Fucking eggplant. Enough. Back to America First.

    Reply
  67. Youtube Channel Posted on April 22, 2017 at 3:58 pm

    The pope is Satin

    Reply
  68. Kermit Thefrog Posted on April 22, 2017 at 8:00 pm

    The one where he gets shot will be the best one.

    Reply
  69. MrFurling Posted on April 22, 2017 at 8:39 pm

    Nuke the fucking shit out of the terrorist run, white house with north Korean nukes, laced with anthrax"

    Reply
  70. Doctor Emmett L. Brown Posted on April 23, 2017 at 12:11 am

    When I read comments I can never be sure is it honesty or sarcasm, lol.

    Reply
  71. J. Angele Kuchukian Posted on April 23, 2017 at 12:35 am

    Bon Jouro

    Reply
  72. Shingen Jones Posted on April 23, 2017 at 1:37 am

    FUCK THE EU

    Reply
  73. Victorian Public Transport Productions Posted on April 23, 2017 at 8:29 am

    Why dpes trump hate everyone

    Reply
  74. Bad Fairy Posted on April 23, 2017 at 8:13 pm

    SHUT UP IN YOUR FACE .

    Reply
  75. cecilia davis Posted on April 23, 2017 at 9:19 pm

    Welcome sir, enjoy your stay

    Reply
  76. madmojo 1999 Posted on April 24, 2017 at 12:48 am

    sing shadilay

    Reply
  77. Joe Harris Posted on April 24, 2017 at 1:07 am

    yup the zionist and Italian Mafia got ya covered.

    Reply
  78. Lilliana Snow Posted on April 24, 2017 at 2:58 am

    My prayers for both our President Trump and Prime Minister Gentiloni while they work together for the betterment of both governments. As for the naysayers in the commentary: nitpicking every word or select set of words is ridiculous and a waste of everyone's time. My message to all is to take in the whole meaning of what is being said by all parties speaking. I applaud President Trump for being as precise as possible and hopeful of the things to come that are much needed for all to benefit. All should remember that all Government work takes time and is accomplished by many times many team members. That is the spirit of President Trump's message about work. Our President isn't God, he can't walk on water, and he isn't perfect. However, he is the man for the job and cut him some slack for being human.

    Reply
  79. Lana Carter Posted on April 24, 2017 at 3:53 am

    The Head of China has communicated through the Head Elder of SE Asia that China wishes to have strong friendship with President Donal Trump and America for continuing prosperity for both nations and is building the bridge for the sake of world peace.

    Reply
  80. Lana Carter Posted on April 24, 2017 at 4:03 am

    Now showing check out the trailer on the uncovered genocide of millions of Christians at canal of Ottoman Empire right before WWI. Mass graves of bones being plowed and being covered over were observed visibly by professional journalist and film maker on a journey thru Turkey to meet persecuted family at risk of being arrested. The movie is called "The Promise" and all should see it and recognise the vile acts of killing pregnant no ripping r unborn child out of their belly and their other children murdered.

    Reply
  81. Zack TheBongRipper Posted on April 24, 2017 at 2:34 pm

    "MIGA", Make Italy Great Again.

    Reply
  82. Wir sind nicht Alleine !!! Posted on April 24, 2017 at 5:47 pm

    und was sind eure prinzipien ? lügen und leutde den kopf abhacken lassen oder drohen oder sonst wie?
    und dann gebt ihr den anderen die schuld … tür auf zum reden? die is schon zu gegangen als ich nen kind war … ihr mögt ufos und den ganzen krams ich will den blödsinn gar nicht wozu ? die können ja nicht mal so auto fahren und dann denken die man will ufos oder deartiges lol diese dinge spielen für mich keine rolle weil ich weiß gibs nicht sonst boom 🙂 gucken wir mal ob man mit euch reden kann ich bin für realistische dinge zb irgendetwas um tschernobil oder fukushima zu beseitigen den müll habt ihr ja auch angerichtet oder nicht dann beseitigt ihn egal wie aber vernünftig so gut wie es geht… in beton einbauen euer ernst? gibts keine andere lösung? ich habe keine ahnung ob man diese dinge beseitigen kann is nunmal nuclear und gefährlich sonst die technik hier für uns ist doch super hab ich 0% gegen aber für tschernobil oder fukuschima reicht unsere einfach nicht aus kp wie ihr das anstellen wollt und mit kim hab ich auch kp … reden ist besser als planieren haben wir alle mehr von LG und so <3 @-,-'— und die sache mit china überbevölkerung ja kp plan ihr könnt ja schlecht da rein maschieren das ist nunmal auch keine lösung krieg ist keine lösung wir sollten langsam mal aus der geschichte lernen und nicht die selben fehler begehen wie vor paar 1000 jahren das kann nicht die lösung sein … ihr sagt ja die türen sind auf nur kp wie schnell sie zu gehen 😉 ich finde die dinge von kim auch nicht lustig ich denke ihr solltet ihm mal vernünftig erklären was hier los ist vllt machts dann mal klick in der birne … redet vernünftig wie erwachsene und behandelt den nicht wie ein kind das geht gar nicht dann rafft der das sowieso nicht wenn er das dann nicht kapiert ja dann gott bewahre 😉 aber ich denke der kapiert das schon ;so ganz auf den kopf gefallen sein kann der ja nicht der brauch nur etwas denk hilfe bei mir hat das ja auch geklappt oder nicht ? ich hab nichts gegen euch so grundliegend nur das problem sind wieso ihr die weg fegt ich habe keine ahnung worum es in den gesprächen geht aber sicher nicht darum worum es wirklich geht sonst würde er das nicht tun was er tut 🙂 ich bin mir sicher wir alle lernen aus der geschichte für uns alle und auch für unsere götter die wir alle irgendwo lieben nur man muss nunmal zu ihnen finden und unter den ganzen vorraussetzungen die hier gegeben sind ist das nunmal schwer und ich denke der kim raffts einfach nicht ich weiß das trump mehr im kopf hat als alle anderen zusammen und er den krieg nicht mag aber in der regel frisst der teufel auch fliegen aber anstatt mit den leuten zu reden schickt ihr irgendwelche zechen mit personen oder halt technisch und was soll man dazu sagen ? das versteht nicht jeder

    Reply
  83. Nancy Duncan Posted on April 24, 2017 at 10:05 pm

    For really not a Politician until he was elected. I believe he is doing better than any other President.  He's been trying.  If he runs again I will vote for him.

    Reply
  84. SampCasual Posted on April 25, 2017 at 3:54 pm

    Burattino di Renzi. Morte al Partito Democratico!!!!!!!!!!!!! PD new fascist PD=MAFIA

    Reply
  85. SampCasual Posted on April 25, 2017 at 4:03 pm

    I am ashamed of my government. And the liar Renzi. Gentiloni is just Renzi's puppet. Stop MAFIA in the Italian politic. And yankee go home. You destroy the world. Isis is your creation and we pay the consequences

    Reply
  86. Phil Donahue Posted on April 25, 2017 at 6:09 pm

    Fund the wall OR shut down the Government. There are no other options since the Dems won't negotiate. Your voters expect leadership here. Future funding never occurs. We need the Republicans to lead. Don't disappoint your loyal supporters. We sent you there to make America Safer. Just do it.

    Reply
  87. Letecia Effley Posted on April 25, 2017 at 7:37 pm

    we're is Mr President Trump that Obama administration team egnors all my rape 2011 that untill now is not hilp at all that I am uksedent two that I don't send amyunity at all that I am available all that two me that ikenot emadgen that gratitude dignity is ramen gwayeth that I get entetiosion prublems two cuber up that evrebody told me that I am is py two amirika thise is deskusthing that nowon deserve right now place NASA surprised message around the world that politics prublems that I don't need pulitician all I need is truth that amirika firsthand of commanders around the world that I am abandon almost sexyers ago now that I am setesen end amirika that nowon hilp me

    Reply
  88. Letecia Effley Posted on April 25, 2017 at 7:56 pm

    that paepole gusip and put me down that God will there's no negosestion at Allstate insurance company prublems that militarey need all that that police officer definitely prublems two that wath kind organisation abuketh rapekest cardetoulodge terapy dukture terrible mater's santa barbara islongtime talk that paepole gusip that place hilp me I am welling two talk around the wourld that hardly I Ken se now that nowon hilp meeting news now place NASA surprised message of there's anything wants me two do I am alone nofamily around CA USA egnors allthese now that my experience and education will but no hilp me now I am the wefe of militarey wefe that evrebody lufing on me place that told me I am two tramp teem I Ken herd the streat talking that I don't sine eneypaepers agreement at all there all laying gelusey banderey of legals edges mater's against miksiko mistaken team prublems that my abuketh is yurupeyan etaley prublems that militarey need two now all that I will not stup until I got uksedent two talk my lusot fure million dalars sine by Congress that gick terrible gudges IMG ensurance prublems that Obama administration mistaken team that pop prunses must unwere all that that italyan must embold two susial resources prublems militarey uksion emedgetley thise paepole now hiding behind Santa Barbara CA rescue mission salvation army transestion house rapekrises that kenot hilp me all this stuff lowemfursement destreck aturney responsibility empluyecounty Robert marshal Langley hurape me enstedhilping me rape me taking advantage two all kind organisation abuketh rapekest cardetoulodge terapy dukture albentwo pruley istilinglyers issue Pina luyers martenest prublems that allthise trick meeting news now place NASA kendo ebrething issue is not work at all guridicksion Curt losangesles bandenverge NASA surprised message around CA USA egnors allthese we're do I go I all most die now I kold not se mure important decency matters administration mistaken team that using person my name around the wourld entegrety degnity that my unkle is deplumaticks consulate that work evrewere around the wourld you milyithing me I kenot talk my on son now that my duters two stretch frume my hurt am hild streat that talk my on money two c.d. ho talk all that now is no dukture two me graging me around that blading my all body Langley hurape me empluyecounty must Alabama county that veterance prublems two that cups kenot pay right nowon talk because Obama administration mistaken team prublems

    Reply
  89. Anne Bradley Posted on April 25, 2017 at 11:32 pm

    Italy is packed with knowledge. Despite the struggles with Vatican and the coup against Benedict, etc – I believe Italy as a whole understands the fragmented transition of antipope Francis.

    Reply
  90. Hiesenberg Walt Posted on April 26, 2017 at 2:59 pm

    Don't be fooled by msm… This is the best president in decades

    Reply
  91. Real-Batman Posted on April 26, 2017 at 7:10 pm

    He needs a Joint! Then he would get IT.

    Reply
  92. John Wilmerding Posted on April 27, 2017 at 12:09 am

    TUCK FRUMP, his sidekick Mike Penis, and Prime Minister Genital Baloney!

    Reply
  93. Video & Altro Posted on May 14, 2017 at 8:06 am

    fuck you GENTILONI!!!!!

    Reply
  94. David Sherrod Posted on September 22, 2017 at 2:27 am

    Lose that Typewriter. Please

    Reply
  95. Shiney Shite Posted on September 29, 2017 at 7:56 am

    I just love watching our new President. So nice to see our President stand tall rather than the bowing down and groveling we had to live with in obamas 8 years. What a difference!

    Reply
  96. sourav Das Posted on September 3, 2018 at 4:24 am

    💐💐👍😊

    Reply
LEAVE A COMMENT