Trump Walked On Stage And STUNNED Every Muslim In The World With These Four Words

Trump told each of the 50 Muslim leaders that participated at the Summit of Muslim World Leaders. Trump Walked Onstage and said reality each American president was frightened to, till now.

That was an astonishing speech by him. Trump conveyed each and every line with bravery and genuineness.

“A better future is for you if you drive out the terrorists and drive out the extremists. Drive them out. Drive them out of your praises of worship. Drive them out of your communities. Drive them out of your holy land. And drive them out of this earth.”Image result for Trump Walked On Stage And STUNNED Every Muslim In The World With These Four Words

By FreedomDaily

Before he became president of the United States, Donald Trump led the way on highlighting the dangers of Islam and how terrorism has flourished under Barack Hussein Obama under his “do-nothing” policies for eight long years.

When he was a candidate running for president, he differentiated himself from all of the other candidates because he wasn’t afraid to call if “radical Islamic terrorism,” and make it known that as our enemies, they should be very afraid of what will happen if he became president of the United States.

While his speech offered many fireworks, the president uttered four words that made it clear for the world that these jihadi psychopaths should never be allowed to remain on this planet.

“Drive Out the Terrorists!… Drive Them Out! Drive Them Out!”

President Trump proceeded with his flawless speech by including: “A better future is for you if you drive out the terrorists and drive out the extremists. Drive them out. Drive them out of your praises of worship. Drive them out of your communities. Drive them out of your holy land. And drive them out of this earth.”

“Thank you. God Bless You. God Bless Your Countries. And God Bless the United States of America,” Trump said to close out his amazing speech well-received by millions.

Over his long speech that basically advised the Muslim world to quit fooling around and really help us to tackle the issue in our own particular nation, Trump was additionally ready to secure a noteworthy business deal from the Royal Family.

The Saudi’s consented to put up to $100 billion in building framework in the United States, $110 billion worth of arms bargains, and numerous others bargains are in works where the Royal Family will make vast ventures into United States organizations.

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For US presidents, their first big overseas trip is basically a debutante ball: It’s meant to introduce the new president on the world stage and induct them into the high society of powerful world leaders. And for most US presidents, it’s an important but still relatively low-stakes affair, with kings, emirs, and presidents rolling out the red carpet to wine and dine the American president and stage smiling photo ops.

But Donald Trump isn’t most US presidents, and the stakes couldn’t be higher for his first trip abroad. All eyes will be watching Trump’s every move to see if he can really hack it as a serious world leader or whether he’ll have the same stumbles abroad that he’s been having at home.

And Trump is making his debut on the world stage in one of the most politically complex places on earth: the Middle East. He leaves late Friday for a two-day trip to Saudi Arabia, followed by a day-long trip to Israel on Monday (and then a short stop at the Vatican, meetings with European leaders in Sicily, and finally a NATO summit in Brussels, Belgium).

Navigating the tricky world of Middle East diplomacy is tough for even the most seasoned diplomats — and Trump is very emphatically not a seasoned diplomat. He tends to go off script, blurting out whatever pops into his head regardless of whether it’s even remotely appropriate or accurate.

With his young presidency mired in nonstop scandals, public relations gaffes, and political chaos, Trump could really use a big win right about now. And the White House is desperately praying that the big foreign trip will be that big win.

But early in his presidency Trump couldn’t even manage to give a simple speech to a room full of CIA officers in front of a wall honoring their dead — a speech meant to mend fences with and show support for the intelligence community — without pissing off nearly the entire room full of CIA officers.

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