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President Trump Hosts a Joint Press Conference with the Baltic States Heads of Government


The President: Today,
I’m honored to host the President of Estonia, the President of Latvia,
and the President of Lithuania at the U.S.-Baltic
Centennial Summit. Thank you all for
traveling to the White House for these really
important discussions. We’ve just spent a long
time together, and it was very interesting. This summit proudly displays
to the world America’s deep and lasting friendship
with the Baltic nations. On behalf of the American
people, thank you very much. And we are going to have
another 100-year — a very long and beautiful
relationship. This is your 100th
year of independence. Congratulations. For a century, the United
States has stood with the people of the Baltics
in support of their independence, sovereignty,
and self-determination. Through the decades of
brutal Soviet occupation, the United States never
ceased to recognize the sovereignty of the
Baltic republics. In our discussions today,
I was proud to reaffirm America’s commitment to
the Welles Declaration of 1940 and the U.S.-Baltic
Charter of 1998. These same principles lie
at the heart of America’s approach to world affairs,
honoring the right of peaceful citizens and
nations to protect their interests and chart their
own wonderful destinies. All three Baltic republics
are committed NATO Allies. I want to express our
gratitude to each of your countries for fulfilling
your full obligations and meeting the 2 percent GDP
benchmark for national defense this year. Your commitment to burden
sharing is an example, really, that other NATO
nations and partners all around the world will have
to all get together and bear. Some of them do not make
the same commitment. Hopefully, they soon will. When nations are committed
to peace and to security, they have to
pay their share. And we will all enjoy
a much more safe and prosperous future. Baltic countries are
also providing security assistance and training as
part of the coalition to defeat ISIS. The coalition has
liberated almost 100 percent of the territory
once held by ISIS in Syria and in Iraq, and we will
not rest until ISIS is gone. In economic matters, our
cooperation continues to develop and grow,
as you well know. We’re excited about
several new opportunities for collaboration,
especially in science, medicine, and technology. Immediately following this
summit, the Department of Commerce and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce
will host a U.S.-Baltic Business Summit to
expand mutual trade and investment between
our nations. And they’re all looking
forward to seeing you. The Baltic countries remain
a key market for U.S. aircraft, automobiles, machinery,
and medical equipment. And we welcome increased
bilateral trade with all three nations based on the
principle of fairness and reciprocity. Finally, we are enhancing
our cooperation on energy security. We’re all collaborating to
diversify energy sources, supplies, and routes
throughout the Baltic region, including
expanding exports of U.S. liquefied natural gas,
of which you’ve become a bigger and bigger user. These are just some
of the many wonderful opportunities we
can seize together. To all three Baltic
leaders with us today, thank you again for
helping to celebrate. And this is really a very
great celebration because it’s a historic milestone. Our friendship will
continue to grow closer, and our cooperation will
continue to bring about the greater security
and prosperity for our citizens. And you have done terrific
jobs as leaders, as Presidents of
your countries. And we tell you that, for
your citizens, we are there for you. As we begin the next 100
years of our partnership, the Baltic republics can
trust the United States will remain a strong,
proud, and loyal friend and ally. Thank you very much. Thank you. Thank you very much. Please. President Grybauskaite:
Probably, it’s my turn? The President: Yes. Whatever you like. President Grybauskaite:
I looks so. The President:
Ladies first. President Grybauskaite:
(Laughs) So, of course, we’re very thankful for
the possibility to be here, especially, and
not only, because of our anniversary in our region,
but because of alliance which we are reaffirming
today with United States by adopting the
declaration, where we say that Article 5 is ironclad
for all of us, and the collective issues are
important to all of us. And we understand how
important NATO is for all of us, and why we, during
our discussions, talked so much about the reforming
for — reforming NATO, the investment into our
defense, the amounts necessary to invest into
our defense, and, of course, together where it
is necessary all of us. And Lithuania is with the
United States on fighting the terrorists
through all the world. We — back in Afghanistan. We in Mali. We in Central
African Republic. We in Kosovo. We in Ukraine together. So, we are partners,
allies, and trustful allies. And because of that, we
are sure that the reforms of NATO, which we are
investing together and preparing together, will
be resultative as it was before, but especially
now, because we are seeing United States leadership. We’re seeing the
willingness of United States to see different
NATO, different quality of NATO. And I can be,
probably, open. We talked to
the President. I was joke a little bit —
joking about that we need leadership sometimes for
decision-making, even unpredictable leadership,
to make enough leverage and pressure for the
rivals to believe that we can make a decision. And that’s, we think, this
kind of leadership in President Trump. And this is good, because
without the leverage and pressure, there will be no
additional spending in our defense, in NATO. There will be no
additional decisions for rotating military forces of
United States in our countries. There will be no
willingness to look into the matter of air defense,
which we need very much. So, from all this point of
views, we trust that our partner and ally is
investing seriously in the future of our defense,
not only our regions but NATO’s territory defense,
and in the peace and security of the world
as it was before. Of course, the businesses
are coming together. Ally in military
cooperation, in those with economic cooperation. And I am very happy that
today, in our business forum, we will sign two
agreements with two American companies on the
liquid gas cooperation. Lithuania has a liquid gas
station and factory, a so-called “floating boat.” But we can be independent,
all three Baltic States, on the gas supply
because of that. And this gives us strength
and possibility to make our own decisions, not to
depend on one supplier. And American liquid gas
will come on time, and will make us more
independent in our decision-making and
diversifies our gas supply. And this is about a real
friendship, about real cooperation between our
region and United States. And this comes also
together with trade matters, where today we
see some discussions on the wealth level between United
States and European Union. We are together with the
decisions that trade needs to be useful and equally
fair to all sides. There is no sense
to go to the war. But decisions — if there
is disbalances, need to be find. And this we will support
as ally of United States. So, together with
international obligations in military, together with
cooperation in economy, together with the United
States and the European Union in solving the trade
disputes and issues — we are standing with
and together. And we hope that, as the
President said, next 100 years will be even better,
closer, together, and we will be able to
achieve and make more. Thank you. The President: Thank you. Thank you very much. Please. President Vejonis: Your
Excellency, President Trump, my esteemed Baltic
colleagues, dear friends, the Baltic-U.S. President summits are a
reaffirment of our shared commitment to fundamental
values, our long-lasting friendship, and the
steadfast partnership that we have enjoyed for
nearly a century. The United States of
America is our closest friend and ally. I appreciate that we
have each other’s mutual support in our endeavors
as well as in the security challenges we are facing. Today, we reflected on our
many achievements and set a course for our
future undertakings. We have agreed to
enhance our defense and security cooperation. The Baltic States
appreciate the United States commitment to
deterrence policy in the Baltic region and the
military assistance provided to our forces. We will continue to commit
2 percent of GDP towards the development of our
military capabilities for the purposes of both
strengthening NATO’s posture in the eastern
flank and contributing to international security. The Baltic States and the
United States acknowledged the need to continue
the successful existing cooperation we have
encountered in modern-day security threats such
as terrorism, cyber and informational warfare, and
nuclear proliferation. Today, all of us committed
to placing greater emphasis on advancing our
economic and trade and investment relationship. We recognize great
potential in areas of innovation, modern
technologies, and the digital economy. And we will explore
possibilities for forging new partnerships
to this end. I am particularly proud
of successes of Latvian companies that have
generated more than 2,000 jobs in the U.S. — in Georgia, in North
Carolina, in California. It just shows how important
is this economic cooperation. And finally, the Baltic
States and the United States agreed to continue
promoting closer people-to-people contacts,
because these contacts are very important for every
member of our society. And let me stress that
President Trump was an outstanding host today. Thanks for hosting us in
this — for us — in this very important
event when we celebrate 100 years anniversary of
our statehood. Thanks. The President:
Thank you very much. Thank you. President Kalijulaid:
President Trump, my dear neighbors, dear
journalists: I would like to thank President Trump
and his administration for his political leadership
in our region and for the very visible commitment,
which has been demonstrated through a
number of high-level visits, also,
to our region. This year, we do
celebrate, indeed, our centennial anniversary. Of these 100 years, for
50, we were occupied by the Soviet Union. And people in our country
got up every morning knowing that there are
democratic countries, led by United States, who
have never recognized the occupation of the
Baltic States. Our national flag — the
blue, black and white — was waving here in America
throughout these years. It couldn’t have been done
at that time in Estonia. It was heartwarming. It was true sign
of friendship. We knew it back then, and
we remember it, and we are still grateful for it. Will be forever. Today, we agree the
declaration also reminding us about the foundations
of our relations. My friends here spoke a
lot about what we do. It’s always worth to
remind why we do this. We believe that peace,
security, and prosperity depend on strong sovereign
nations that respect their citizens at home and cooperate
to promote peace abroad. Our partnership is
based on principles of democracy, and individual
liberty, and the rule of law. These things are
extremely important. Today we stand together,
likeminded partners and allies. Yes, Baltic States are
quite small, but they are important because of their
location, but not only because of what we do as
contributing partners to the global security. We find it very important
to contribute in the counterterrorism fight. We find it important,
since 2011, to spend 2 percent of our
GDP on defense. We find it extremely
important to remember that we stand together and we
form something which we call in my office,
“an axis of good.” This is an axis of good. May it be (inaudible)
for you all. Yes, Estonia and the
United States are very different by the size
of their economy. But when we are speaking
about digital economies, then this doesn’t
matter anymore. Estonia is one of the
world leading nations of digital governance. And our companies are
working with companies in your country to make sure
that people elsewhere could benefit. This cannot come
without cybersecurity. There is a NATO Centre
of Excellence on Cybersecurity in Estonia
because we have been attacked on cyber, long
before anybody else. We still work together, we
contribute, and we hope that we are really helpful
to all of our partners. Yes, we have also more
conventional trade which we do together. People in Walmart going
for their preordered packages, in a couple
of years will see them delivered by Estonian-made
package delivery robots. We are proud of this. And we’re also proud of
our legal environment in Estonia which invites
business to try and test new ideas in our place,
which is tiny, and then upscale when it makes
more sense to upscale. This way we work together
both on defense matters, economic matters, and
always stand on our common value base. This is the foundation
of our relations. Thank you for today for
making this visible, this axis of good. The President:
Thank you very much. Thank you very much. We’ll take a
few questions. We’re going to also have
questions specifically for the Baltics. Steve. Reuters. The Press: Thank
you, Mr. President. Some of your military
advisors are urging you to keep a contingent of U.S. troops in Syria to ensure
the defeat of ISIS. What is your current
thinking on this subject? Do you still
want them out? And secondly, could you
clarify what you meant about having the U.S. military guard the U.S. border along with Mexico? Thank you, sir. The President: Yeah. First of all, the border. The Mexican border is very
unprotected by our laws. We have horrible, horrible
and very unsafe laws in the United States, and
we’re going to be able to do something about
that hopefully soon. Hopefully, Congress will
get their act together and get in and create some
very powerful laws, like Mexico has, and like
Canada has, and like almost all countries have. We don’t have laws. We have catch-and-release. You catch, and then you
immediately release. And people come back years
later for a court case, except they virtually
never come back. So, we are preparing for
the military to secure our border between Mexico
and the United States. We have a meeting on it
in a little while with General Mattis
and everybody. And I think that it’s
something we have to do. Now, the caravan — which
is over a 1,000 people, coming in from Honduras —
thought they were going to just walk right through
Mexico and right through the border. As you know, NAFTA is a
phenomenal deal for Mexico. It’s been a horrible deal
for the United States. We’re renegotiating
it now. But it has been a
horrible, horrible, embarrassing deal for
the United States. This should have been
terminated or renegotiated many years ago. Mexico — we have a trade
deficit with Mexico of over $100 billion a year. And I told Mexico
yesterday that, because of the fact that their laws
are so strong, they can do something about it that,
hard to believe, the United States can’t. I said, “I hope you’re
going tell that caravan not to get up
to the border.” And I think they’re doing
that, because as of 12 minutes ago it was
all being broken up. We’ll see what happens. But we have to have
strong borders. We need the wall. We’ve started
building the wall. As you know, we have a
billion-six toward building the wall
and fixing existing wall that’s falling down. It was never appropriate
in the first place. And that’s very important. As far as Syria is
concerned, our primary mission, in terms of that,
was getting rid of ISIS. We’ve almost completed
that task, and we’ll be making a decision very
quickly, in coordination with others in the area,
as to what we’ll do. Saudi Arabia is very
interested in our decision. And I said, “Well, you
know, you want us to stay? Maybe you’re going
to have to pay.” But a lot of people —
you know, we do a lot of things in this country. We do them for — we do
them for a lot of reasons, but it’s very costly for
our country, and it helps other countries a hell of
a lot more than it helps us. So, we’re going to be
making a decision. We’ve had a tremendous
military success against ISIS, as you know. It’s close to 100
percent, as I just said. And we’ll be making a
decision as to what we do in the very near future. We’ll be consulting, also,
with groups of our people and groups of our allies. Okay? The Press: So, you’re inclined
to pull the troops out? The President: Say it? The Press: You’re inclined
to pull the troops out? The President: I
want to get out. I want to bring our
troops back home. I want to start
rebuilding our nation. We will have, as of three
months ago, $7 trillion in the Middle East over
the last 17 years. We get nothing —
nothing — out of it. Nothing. And as you remember in
civilian life, for years I said, “Keep the oil.” I was always saying,
“Keep the oil.” We didn’t keep the oil. Who got the oil? It was ISIS got the
oil — a lot of it. That’s what funded
their campaigns. They took a lot of the
oil, and it was largely responsible for funding. We should have
kept the oil then. We didn’t keep the oil. So, I want to get back. I want to rebuild
our nation. Think of it: $7 trillion
over a 17-year period, and we have nothing — nothing
— except death and destruction. It’s a horrible thing. So, it’s time. It’s time. We were very successful
against ISIS. We’ll be successful
against anybody militarily. But sometimes it’s time to
come back home, and we’re thinking about that
very seriously. Okay? Thank you. The Press: Lithuanian
Television. Mr. President, not about
getting out, but getting in. The joint declaration
mentions the periodic American deployments in
the Baltic countries. What, specifically, can
you commit to, having heard the requests and
wishes of the Baltic States? And, President, you have
mentioned Russia as a terrorist state. Did you have a meeting
of minds here as to the threat that Russia poses to
all the neighboring countries? Thank you. The President: Well,
we have a very strong relationship, as the
Presidents will tell you, with the Baltic States. And we are with them. We’re friends
and we’re allies. And we are going to have
a long-term, very fine relationship. In addition, we do
business on trade. We work very hard on
security together. Surprisingly, large
numbers of trade. These are very
industrious nations. Now, you’re from there so
you know exactly what I’m talking about. These are tremendous people,
and very, very industrious. We do a lot of
business on trade. Thank you. Thank you very much. President Grybauskaite: The
second part of your question, of course,
interesting, especially because we didn’t talk in
that way about the rival, especially on our border. But when a country behaves
aggressively, performs wars, threatens, we have nuclear
missiles on your border — of course,
you sometimes call this country not
very friendful. That’s why we investing
into our defense, we investing into our
security, we investing into reforming NATO, and
we would like to see strong NATO,
strong alliance. And that’s what we are
going to do together. The President: Okay. Thank you. Would you like to choose
somebody, President? President Grybauskaite:
Your turn. Go ahead. The Press: Mr. Trump,
speaking about economy, about economic cooperation
with my country, with Latvia, what is your
message for investors in Latvia? And what is your opinion
about the investment in Latvia? The President: I think
all three would be great places to invest. Stable governments,
incredible people — hardworking,
industrious people. I think they would be
great places to invest. I would have no
problem with it. Although, I think as
President of the United States, they would call
it a slight conflict of interest, perhaps. (Laughter.) You might be
hearing from these people. No, I think it would
be a great place. I think all three would be
a great place to invest. Okay? The Press: Thank you. The President: Thank you. The Press: Maria
(inaudible), Estonian Public Broadcasting. First a question to
President Trump. As said, the concern of
the Baltic States is Russia. And before the press
conference, you also said that, at the same time,
a good relationship with Russia is not bad. But how are you going
to deal with President Vladimir Putin? Is he as your enemy or
as someone you can have dialogue with? And the second question is to
our President Kersti Kaljulaid. Is the defense of the
Baltic States enough, or should there be
something more? For example, air
defense systems. Thank you. The President: Well, I
think we’ll be able to have great
dialogue, I hope. And if we can’t, you’ll be
the first to know about it. Nobody has been tougher
on Russia than I have. And you can — and I
know you’re nodding yes, because everyone agrees
when they think about it — strong energy,
the United States. My opponent was into other
forms of energy, like windmills. We’re very
strong on energy. We’re, essentially, now
energy independent. We’re an exporter
of energy. That is not a positive for
Russia, but it’s certainly a positive for
the United States. We just passed a $700
billion military budget. Next year, $716 billion —
the largest ever passed. We are going to have a
military stronger than we’ve ever had
before, by far. That’s not exactly a great
thing for Russia, but that’s the way it is. We’re going to have the
strongest military that we ever had. NATO — NATO
was delinquent. They were not
paying their bills. They were not paying. A lot of states, as we
discussed, they were not paying what they
should be paying. Since I came in, many,
many billions of dollars additional have been paid
by countries that weren’t paying, and now
they’re paying. And they will have
to pay more, frankly. They’re going to
have to pay more. So, there are many things
that I’ve done, and not only the 60 diplomats. Germany did four. France did four. We did 60. There’s nobody been
tougher on Russia. And with that being said,
I think I could have a very good relationship
with President Putin. I think. It’s possible I won’t. And you will
know about it. Believe me, this room will
know about it before I know about it. It’s a real possibility that I
could have a good relationship. And remember this: Getting
along with Russia is a good thing. Getting along with
China is a good thing. Getting along with other
countries, including your three countries, is a good
thing, not a bad thing. So I think I could have
a very good relationship with Russia and with
President Putin. And if I did, that
would be a great thing. And there’s also a great
possibility that that won’t happen. Who knows? Okay? Thank you. President Kalijulaid: If I
may, I would also like to contribute a little bit
to your first question. As I reminded you all, we
could trust the judgment of United States
administrations and people, even while
we were occupied. We could trust your
judgment when we regained independence and seek
membership of NATO, for example. We could, because we are
on a common foundation. You can walk around
the Mall and read. It’s all written there. This foundation, our
compass for both. And therefore, I trust
the judgment of President Trump and his
administration on that matter too. Now, on your concrete
question on air defense: Yes, we did discuss the
deterrence capacity necessary to make sure
that our deterrence is believable to everybody
who might want to question it. But, you know, equal
partners don’t come to talk to each other this
way — that I come here to Washington to ask for visa
freedom, or I come here to ask for, let’s say, may
you support me for this or for that. We analyze situation
together, and we find the solutions together which
will work for us all together, because we
are in it all together. We are contributors —
equal contributors, according to our size,
to this process of guaranteeing our security. Thank you. The President: Okay. President Vejonis: Maybe
I will add that today, during our summit, we
discussed security issues in our region with
President Trump. And I am sure that this
discussion will help a lot to continue any political
dialogue with our Eastern neighbor, Russia. The President: Pick
a reporter, please. You can pick a reporter. A Baltic reporter,
ideally. (Laughter.) Real
news, not fake news. Go ahead. Do you want to pick? I think we have enough. Do we have enough? Yes? Go ahead. Pick — Mr. President, pick
a reporter from the Baltics. Not the same man;
he was very tough. Go ahead, pick a reporter. President Vejonis: Okay, I
can — The President: Yes, go ahead. Yes, please. The Press: Hi. My name is Anud. I’m from Latvia. So, I have a question for
our President from Latvia. You’re going to San
Francisco after your meeting here in
Washington, and you’re meeting some people who
are making business connections from
Latvia and the U.S. Do you see any certain
outcomes out of that? Thank you. President Vejonis: First
of all, I think, during our summit I will repeat
again that we discussed how we can strengthen
our economic cooperation between Baltic
States and the U.S. And, of course, my visit
to California, to Silicon Valley, will give, I
think, good basis for better understanding what
our business people need to be presented here, and
what I can help — how I can help them to be here. Because, anyway, I think
all these cooperations between Baltic States,
business people, and U.S. business people is
very important for our societies — for our
business societies. And, as I said, we are
thinking not only about investments in our
country, and we are trying to make better environment
for investments in our country, but also our
business people are invested here. And I think it is
important for both countries — for Latvia
and for the U.S. The President: I just want
to conclude by saying that I am very impressed with
these three great Baltic nations and these three
great Presidents. Thank you very much for
being here. Thank you, everybody. Thank you.

Robin Kshlerin

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53 COMMENTS

  1. Linda Wilkinson Posted on April 4, 2018 at 9:59 pm

    Did you listen?? If so did you hear??

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  2. Linda Wilkinson Posted on April 4, 2018 at 10:28 pm

    after the words, peace and security comes, death and destruction so it is written…for those that have ears to hear…

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  3. timber_beast Posted on April 4, 2018 at 10:48 pm

    Trump is trying to build a tacky hotel in the Baltics with the help of Putin and other Russian mobsters. MAGA?

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  4. mmclaugh08 Posted on April 4, 2018 at 11:20 pm

    Amazing President Trump. Keep US moving in the right direction. This is how a great nation helps other nations to be great too. Cooperation and SHARED responsibility.

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  5. TEE-nuh Posted on April 4, 2018 at 11:25 pm

    The people of Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania are strong ppl and are good allies. God bless the USA and the Baltic states.

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  6. Kanibar 87 Posted on April 4, 2018 at 11:57 pm

    Lock him up!!

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  7. Kanibar 87 Posted on April 4, 2018 at 11:58 pm

    Trump is almost as stupid as his supporters

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  8. Kanibar 87 Posted on April 4, 2018 at 11:59 pm

    His a disgrace for our country and is the worst president ever

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  9. Jennifer M Posted on April 5, 2018 at 12:58 am

    Love you, President Trump! So glad you are there; so glad you are our President. We are so lucky to have you. Build a permaculture wall …. surrounded by small, regenerative agriculture, water retaining farms on both sides. Make the wall a demonstration of re-greening the desert, and providing food, livelihoods and homes to low income people and refugees and the homeless and stateless on BOTH sides of The Wall. Win-win.

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  10. Rickey Williams Posted on April 5, 2018 at 1:05 am

    Trump/Pence/Kelly/Mattis/Pompeo 2020. Bring in the Military while the wall is built

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  11. Pepe Lepu Posted on April 5, 2018 at 1:37 am

    Best President in the History of the World. After 8 years we want Donald Trump for Dictator to Make World Great Again.
    Thanks God. amen

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  12. steve B Posted on April 5, 2018 at 2:40 am

    Lock traitor bone-spur tRUMP up

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  13. Leslie Lawlor Posted on April 5, 2018 at 5:13 am

    Why am I attracted to skinny women?

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  14. JIB23 Posted on April 5, 2018 at 8:12 am

    HOW IS HE PRESIDENT BUT CAN BARELY READ????

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  15. Renee Conlan Posted on April 5, 2018 at 8:26 am

    Very kind & respectful words from these Baltic States Heads of Government & very well spoken by all. It's amazing to see how much respect other countries are now giving the U.S. because we now have a strong leader. And yet Democrats are still trying to hold our country hostage with their stupid reasoning, deep state corruption and treasonous actions.

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  16. Walter Rimkunas Posted on April 5, 2018 at 2:30 pm

    Thank you Mr. President

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  17. Lenz2010 Posted on April 5, 2018 at 3:00 pm

    All Presidents were coherent well spoken and for once proud of a friendship with the US.

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  18. Rashied Rushing Posted on April 5, 2018 at 3:09 pm

    Love the Baltic states…Let's be clear that Russia is an enemy, along with China.

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  19. marianne dawes Posted on April 5, 2018 at 4:32 pm

    I love President Trump! God bless the good people of the world.

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  20. ็ ็ Posted on April 5, 2018 at 7:33 pm

    estonian president sounds so finnish xD

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  21. George P Posted on April 5, 2018 at 8:25 pm

    TRUMP- The Voice Of The People.

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  22. Theron Hunt Posted on April 5, 2018 at 8:54 pm

    Thank you so very much, President Donald Trump, along with your family and Patriotic Cabinet Members.

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  23. Butt Hurtz Posted on April 5, 2018 at 9:10 pm

    Best used car salesman ever.

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  24. rymara1 Posted on April 6, 2018 at 12:07 am

    I love how foreign reporters stay on topic, our media is embarrassing.

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  25. P P Posted on April 6, 2018 at 5:33 am

    It's interesting that foreigners appreciate and have more respect for the United States than many of our own citizens and presstitutes on the Left. Trump looks like he's lost weight.

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  26. Dave Rees Posted on April 6, 2018 at 7:04 am

    Hey, I feel like bolstering an ally or three—any cheap tours to the Baltic?

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  27. Commander Posted on April 6, 2018 at 6:37 pm

    Sorry for you poor souls. Instead of putting your faith and trust in God, you continue to ignorantly accept empty promises. King Solomon was a wise leader. He prayed for wisdom to lead his people justly, to be strong when need be and to be compassionate when the circumstances warranted. Compare the two, Trump and Solomon.

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  28. Devonte Hill Posted on April 6, 2018 at 9:58 pm

    Best idea. Send troops until the Wall is Finished

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  29. Russell Unplugged Posted on April 7, 2018 at 4:50 pm

    Go Estonia 🇺🇸😎🇪🇪 !! ..

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  30. ThexMongoloidxFreak Posted on April 8, 2018 at 5:58 am

    4:45 TRUMP IS A REAL GENTLEMAN. MODERN NEO-FEMINISTS ARE SICKENED BY THE PHRASE “LADIES FIRST” BUT REAL MEN WHO RESPECT WOMEN WILL ALWAYS GIVE THEM THE RIGHT OF WAY. MAGA TRUMP 2020

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  31. ThexMongoloidxFreak Posted on April 8, 2018 at 6:15 am

    the president of Estonia is very well spoken. she might even speak a little more clearly than trump – lol

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  32. rich k Posted on April 8, 2018 at 10:24 am

    impeach will be soon.

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  33. Йеленка (Гладкая) Posted on April 8, 2018 at 11:37 am

    Senks – President of Latvia R.Vejonis

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  34. Jack Dab Posted on April 8, 2018 at 9:55 pm

    Well i’m Lithuanian and i love this Conference, i also know that our President (who is a woman, we are known through out all of gistory to be quite progressive) said that Trump is quite nice. Its good that not all people dislike Trump, i myself think Trump is a wonderful President.

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  35. Athlete G. Loops Posted on April 9, 2018 at 6:21 am

    Long live you, the Baltics!
    Just be mindful of those soviet commies living in your midst wanting to turn the things back. Beware of Russian provocations;
    Over there, in Ukraine, there is this doctor of political sciences Semchenko-"Tsyomchenko" (the pretty boy)
    who can lecture you for hours on how good it was for baltics when baltics were in ussr and in general how itis bad now for the baltics.
    Beware of such Semchenkos, they can do a lot of harm if not checked.

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  36. Viktor Vinicenko Posted on April 9, 2018 at 1:58 pm

    What a great MAPET SHOW!

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  37. Subi_fan Posted on April 9, 2018 at 4:55 pm

    Fuck the sorosite media

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  38. HHPompano Healthy Harvest Posted on April 9, 2018 at 8:17 pm

    Trump is awesome and the Chic in purple Dress is FINE!!!!! Dammm.

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  39. Deb Norton Posted on April 9, 2018 at 11:18 pm

    Well done tRump you got all the countries right 🙄

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  40. Shelby Mustang Posted on April 13, 2018 at 5:28 pm

    I hope Mr. Trump is able to get us out of the middle east in some regard and start focusing on rebuilding our country here.  Best of luck to you Mr. President.

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  41. Pissed Offerman Posted on April 14, 2018 at 1:26 am

    He did her

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  42. Andrew Nicholas Posted on April 15, 2018 at 2:54 pm

    Impeach. TRUMP- STORMY DANIELS – COUNTLESS SEX SCANDALS- SEXUAL HARASSMENT- IMPEACH- OUTSIDE HELP TO WIN THE ELECTION- PUTIN- IMPEACH TRUMP- THE GUY THAT FIRES HIS STAFF ROUTINELY…

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  43. Ang 78 Posted on April 15, 2018 at 10:23 pm

    This NATO thing … I am curious about the timeline. Did the NATO begin to default about the same time the US economy went under and wall street needed bailing out? Could the reason for their default be that they had to divert funds from military efforts to food and healthcare for their respective citizens to survive the financial fallout that had a ripple effect around the world?
    Prior to 2007, how big was their default?

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  44. Doris Thomson Posted on April 19, 2018 at 9:42 pm

    I'm glad that we are developing a better relationship with the Baltic countries. They need support in order to maintain their freedom and independence.

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  45. benvw Posted on April 26, 2018 at 3:50 am

    An outright liar eliminated 100% of daesh my arse who where the Syrian Arab Army fighting ghosts.

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  46. Arianna Posted on July 31, 2018 at 6:42 pm

    Poor president of Latvia he was terrified to pick a reporter, 😮.
    Our Donald can handle the hysterical media, and owns CNN every time they bark a questions😆. Love to see the liberal melt down 😚.

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  47. sly angler Posted on November 28, 2018 at 9:24 am

    They all seem to admire and like Trump.

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  48. Mike Singer Posted on January 17, 2019 at 6:13 pm

    AGAM is MAGA – A Great American Man is Making America Great Again. ONE THING IS CERTAIN: The "Q" Movement + Trump Supporters = A great MANY True Americans, Patriots and Decent People who are riding the Trump Train in opposition to corrupt career politicians and a corrupt global cabal. This rockin' song and video (images will be changed for the 2020 election) SHOULD be played at EVERY Trump Rally: https://youtu.be/u5XJvel53kM ROCK ON PATRIOTS! ROCK ON Q! ROCK ON TRUMP!

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  49. cheong cheong Posted on March 12, 2019 at 6:05 am

    Looking forward to seeing you all soon.
    GOD BLESS USA n
    Humanities

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  50. cheong cheong Posted on March 12, 2019 at 6:08 am

    APPRECIATED for you all, ESPECIALLY
    Mr President n
    Vice President

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  51. cheong cheong Posted on March 12, 2019 at 6:26 am

    Worrying is positive,
    BELIEVE things happened SHOULD
    See where's it began ?
    If theres nothing why we are here ?

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  52. Thao Le Posted on April 5, 2019 at 1:21 am

    khi thế giới này có những quốc gia như nga trung cộng vẫn sử dụng chính sách phát xít xăm lăng những quốc gia nhỏ hơn qua hệ thống nguy quyền như csvn để khủng bố trắng những quốc gia tự do hiện hữu là thành viên liên hiệp quốc chính chúng ta đã tiếp tay cho những quốc gia cộng sản chúng chỉ có mấy nước không thể chiếm quyền đa số nhưng đủ quyền phủ quyết để xăm lăng họp Pháp trong thế giới văn minh hiện đại để tạo ra những tôn giáo phát xít dã man nhân danh thượng đế hỗn hợp thiếu Đức từ bi bác ái đem lại cho nhơn loại thế gian đau khó chết chốc

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  53. H. L. Ballesteros Posted on May 2, 2019 at 8:23 pm

    So proud of my president. 4 more years.

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