President Trump Delivers Remarks to Troops

President Trump Delivers Remarks to Troops

President Trump: Well,
thank you very much. (applause) That was great. And we just had a nice
Thanksgiving dinner. I thought I was going to
be having it someplace else, and Senator Barrasso
is a great friend of mine, and he said, “That’ll
be great if we did it.” I said, “You come
with me, John.” And he came with me. John, thank you very much. Great friend of ours. He’s a great senator
and a great man. (applause) And I want to
thank General Milley. Special warrior. He’s a special warrior. And I want to congratulate
you also because I just saw some numbers
that are incredible. ISIS — you’re wiping
them out left and right. There’s almost nothing
left in this area. (applause) You’re not
going to be lonely. And al-Qaeda,
the same thing. And tremendous progress. And, you know, we have a
very special friend of ours that’s here. We had a meeting a
little while ago. I said, “Would you like to
come over and say hello to the troops?” And he said, “That would
be such an honor.” And I think what I’ll do
is, before I start, I’ll bring up the President
of Afghanistan. President Ghani is here. So please, Mr. President,
we’d love to have you say something. Thank you. (applause) President
Ghani: In the name of compassion and mercy, this
President, great American troops, great patriots:
Happy Thanksgiving. (applause) It’s an
occasion for us to be especially thankful
because the President of the United States is here. And he has been the
architect of the South Asia strategy and the
strategy for wiping out al Qaeda and Daesh. (applause) Thanks to your
support and the bravery of the Afghan soldiers,
we have inflicted an incredible defeat on
ISIS in Nangarhar. (applause) Last week, it
was Nangarhar; in the next three months, it’s going
to be all of Afghanistan. (applause) Equally, with
your support, what we have done to wipe out al Qaeda
South Asia is tremendous. And thank you. (applause) President
Trump, people talked a lot about bin Laden, but what
you did to eliminate al-Baghdadi — who was an
organizer and not a talker — is a much greater
accomplishment. Congratulations. (applause) I would also
like to take this occasion to say thank you to the
Gold Star families: 2,298 American men and women in
uniform who have paid the ultimate sacrifice. This nation will always
be grateful for that sacrifice, and we
will always remember. And also, 20,585
have been wounded. But since President Trump
has been President of the United States,
fortunately, we still too high a number but only 52
American men and women in uniform have died compared
to thousands before. This is a tribute to our
joint partnership and to the sacrifice that Afghan
soldiers, your brothers and sisters in
uniform, are making. More than a million
Americans have served here in uniform. We’ve paid tribute to
their families and to your families. I would like a special
request: Please thank your families for agreeing to
miss you at this special occasion at home, and for
being here, defending United States security
and our freedom. (applause) Together,
we will succeed. We will never forget that
9/11 brought us, and we will never permit the
repetition of 9/11 again. (applause) God bless you. God bless the President. (applause) President
Trump: Fantastic. (applause) Thank
you very much. Well, thank you very
much, Mr. President. Fifty-two, compared
to thousands. And we’re doing a
tremendous job. And, as you know, a big
part of that job is ISIS — certainly the biggest
— and al Qaeda. And we — we’ve got them
down to very low numbers. We’ll have that totally
taken care of in a very short period of time. And we’ll see
what happens. The Taliban wants
to make a deal. We’ll see if they
want to make a deal. It’s got to be a real
deal, but we’ll see. But they want
to make a deal. And they only want to make
a deal because you’re doing a great job. That’s the only reason
they want to make a deal. So I want to thank you,
and I want to thank the Afghan soldiers for really
— I’ve spoken to a lot of you today, and you say
they’re really fighting hard. I was very impressed
with that, actually. So I want to thank you. And, General Milley,
again, to be at Bagram Airfield, I’ve heard
to much about it. It’s an incredible place. This is some — some
airfield, some fortress. I want to thank all of the
Afghanistanian troops. We have a lot of
them here, actually. We have a number of them
standing around, saying hello and waving. And we appreciate it. And I also say to
you, just “at ease.” Let’s just enjoy ourselves
for a couple of minutes. I’m going to introduce
a few people. But there’s nowhere I’d
rather celebrate this Thanksgiving than right
here with the toughest, strongest, best, and
bravest warriors on the face of the Earth. You are indeed that. You know, when I took
office — if you can believe it, almost three
years ago — we were very depleted. Our military was depleted,
in terms of equipment. You see, right? They were all
shaking their heads. That’s right. We have all those
brand-new planes and brand-new helicopters and
brand-new ships being built now. Brand-new, incredible
submarines. Probably the most powerful
submarines — probably the most powerful weapon in
the world, is what we’re building, in the
form of submarines. Nobody’s — nothing
is even close. But we have things that
nobody has seen, nobody has heard about. And we’ll keep
it that way. But we’ve spent $2.5
trillion — very close to that number. And very shortly, it will
be at $2.5 trillion. And while I don’t love
that — you know, what that does to my budget,
because I’m a budget person — we don’t have a
strong military budget, it don’t matter much
do they, huh? I can (inaudible) have
to worry about budgets. So, with what’s going on
in the world today — very important. $2.5 trillion. And nobody beats our great
Army, Navy, Air Force, Coast Guard, Marines. And we think, soon, we’re
going to be adding a thing called “space” — you
know about that, right? Space. (applause) We’re going to
have space covered very well. We’re covering it now, but
we have to cover it to a much greater extent. And you’ll be hearing
about that in the coming days and weeks. I’ve just come from
serving Thanksgiving dinner to some of you — I
recognize already, some of you in the audience. And — with General
Milley and the folks. And we had a good time. I then got down
— I sat down. I had a gorgeous
piece of turkey. And I was all set to go,
and I had some of the mashed potatoes and I had
a bite of mashed potatoes. And I never got to the
turkey, because General Milley said, “Come
on over, sir. Let’s take some pictures.” I never got to my turkey. It’s the first time in
Thanksgiving that I’ve never had anything
called turkey. (laughter) But
that’s okay. But it looked awfully
good, I have to tell you that. I should have started
with that, instead of the mashed potatoes. I made a mistake. But I hope everyone
enjoyed the fantastic meal. It certainly
did look good. And hopefully everyone can
get some well-deserved rest this holiday. Your family — they’re
home, and they love you so much. We flew 8,331 miles to
be here tonight for one simple reason: to tell
you, in person, that this Thanksgiving is a
special Thanksgiving. We’re doing so well. Our country is the
strongest, economically, it’s ever been. We have never
done so well. We have the greatest
economy anywhere in the world. So it’s nice to know
that you’re fighting for something that is doing
well, as opposed to something that was not
doing well just a number of years ago. Our stock market has
reached the highest level ever in the history of the
exchanges — all three, if you look. All three. It’s incredible. It’s incredible,
what’s happening. It just broke a record. I think it’s
close to 130 days. So we’re less than three
years, and 130 times we’ve broken the
all-time record. And to me, that doesn’t
mean an all-time record. It means something
different; it means jobs. It means 401(k)s. People come up to me with
their 401(k)s, they say, “Sir, you’ve made me
look like a genius. Thank you very much.” You know, they’re
up 78 percent. They feel good. So I would just want to
say that we thank God for your health and all of the
things that you’ve done. You are very
special people. And you don’t even know
how much the people of our country love
and respect you. And they do. It’s why I’m here. I’m just bringing
the message. The courageous American
warriors in Afghanistan and across the region
are leading the fight to vanquish America’s enemies
and defeat forces of radical Islamic terrorism. I would say it so often
during the campaign. That’s what we’re doing. Together, we’re making
tremendous progress. Just a few weeks ago, as
you know, and as President Ghani mentioned, U.S. Special Forces brought the
world’s number-one, most wanted terrorist
to justice. When the President said
more important than Osama bin Laden, I would say
that, look, you know — different, in a way. He was an organizer. Al-Baghdadi was
an organizer. He was the
founder of ISIS. He was the father, if you
want to call him that, of ISIS. I think he wasn’t so
happy, three weeks ago, when he saw those
incredible 67 men, in that case, just come pouring
down onto where he was staying. And that didn’t
work out too good. And we have a new
national hero. You know who
that is, right? Conan. Conan is a new — is
our new great hero. That was some- — and
Conan was at the White House the other day. You might have seen it. And it was something. But the animal known
as al-Baghdadi — the founder, the leader of
ISIS, the man that was trying to reinstitute
ISIS, because we’ve defeated — we have 100
percent of the ISIS caliphate in Syria is
now ours — he is dead. His second is dead. His third — we have the
sights on the third. I think the third
doesn’t want the job. (laughter) The third is
saying, “You know what? Maybe I’ll go work in a
store, or something.” (laughter) But Baghdadi
was a savage and soulless monster who raped,
tortured, and slaughtered the innocent, including
many, many Americans. When you saw those folks
— those great people in the orange jumpsuits,
oftentimes standing on a beach with a thug behind
him and a big knife — that was all al-Baghdadi. But he’s gone. The American warriors
hunted him down, they executed a masterful raid,
and they punched his ticket to hell. That’s what happened. (applause) Shortly after
we got Baghdadi, we focused on some other
elements in the area. And we also started
leaving the area, because it’s secure. But we didn’t
leave it totally. We kept the oil. Makes sense, right? I’ve been saying for a
long time, “Keep the oil.” Hate to say it. I used to say it with a
place called Iraq, too. “Keep the oil.” They didn’t listen to me. I was a civilian;
they didn’t listen. Now they have to listen. (laughter) But
we kept the oil. And we kept it and we can
help the Kurds; we can help our partners; we
can have it developed. It’s where they
got their wealth. That’s where they
got their money. We kept it. So, we’ll go back in when
we have to, as it arises. But 100 percent. We have thousands
of prisoners. We’d like Europe to
take those prisoners. They have not stepped
up to the plate at all. Many come from France. Many come from Germany. They come from different
countries in Europe. They have not stepped
up to the plate. That’s not good. We have to talk to them,
John, because they should be taking those people
back and trying them. And if we didn’t do it,
they’d go back to France and they’d go back to
Germany and to UK, and to all of — all of the
places where they came. That’s where they
want to go back. And they should take them. Weeks ago, we also
announced that the forces are coming back. They’re coming back home. We’re reducing over here,
but because of technology and all of things that
we have, we’re able to reduce, in Afghanistan
— very substantially, actually reduce — and
do even more devastating attacks on the enemy. So, that’s part of the
$2.5 trillion that we have coming. Finest equipment
in the world. We build the greatest
equipment anywhere in the world, by far. And we’re selling that
equipment now to many, many countries that
are our allies. The enemies, we decide
usually not to do it. History has said, “Don’t
sell the good equipment to the enemy.” Our message to the
bloodthirsty terrorists is clear: You will not escape
your wretched fate, because the long reach and
the really awesome power of the United States
military is unstoppable. We have the most powerful
military in the world, by far. There’s nobody close. And we’re going to
keep it that way. We’re going to
keep it that way. This evening, as millions
of families sit down at their dinner tables back
home, they’ll be saying a prayer for the men and
women serving our nation in Afghanistan and
deployed all around the globe — great men and
women, all around the globe. Many are coming home. Our citizens know that
you’re standing guard, killing terrorists,
crushing our enemies, and keeping America
safe — really safe. But you’re also keeping
it strong, and proud, and mighty, and free. And I’m here today to
just really say, “Happy Thanksgiving.” But also, “Thank
you very much.” Great job. Thank you very much. We appreciate it. (applause) Appreciate it. Very much appreciate it. As President, I have no
higher honor than to serve as Commander-in-Chief of
the United States military — the greatest force for
peace and justice in the history of the world. This evening, I also want
to express the profound and heartfelt gratitude of
the entire American nation for our amazing military
families, because they really do make you what
you are, when you think of it. Anybody here
disagree with that? Raise your hand, please. Nobody has the courage
to raise your hand. (laughter) You have a lot
of courage, but not that kind of courage, right? No, but it’s true. The families —
they make you great. The extraordinary
commitment and the sacrifice of your loved
ones make it possible for all of our families to
live in safety and to live in peace. I especially want to
recognize several of the incredible patriots
with us tonight. These are great fighters,
great warriors, great people, great
men and women. You’ve already met
Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. It was my honor
to appoint him. I had no doubt, from the
day I met him — I met him very early on. And I said, “I
like that man. He’s a tough cookie
and he’s smart.” You know, he went
to Princeton. I said, “I don’t know. I didn’t know he
was an academic.” And he went to Columbia. I’m not sure: Was that
a good thing or a bad? I don’t know. Did I like it or not? I was, sort of — but
that’s pretty good. That means he’s
an academic. That means he’s
a smart cookie. And he is a smart —
and he’s a tough one. General Mark Milley. Thank you, General. (applause) He’s
an academic. I can’t believe it. He’s a great gentleman. Commander of the Resolute
Support and U.S. Forces Afghanistan,
General Scotty Miller. He’s done an
incredible job. Thank you, Scotty. Thank you, Scotty. (applause) Incredible job. And I hope the
word gets out. And I hope the press,
which is right back here — they traveled with us
— I hope they’re able to get the word out as to
what Scotty and all of the folks have done, with
respect to ISIS and with respect to al Qaeda. He said, “They don’t
want to fight us, sir. They don’t want
to fight us.” But, you know, what —
what we’ve done over the last 12 months — 6 months
and 12 months, but over the last 12 months —
has been incredible. And I hope that the media
is able to tell our families, tell our
friends, tell our citizens, tell the people
of the United States the success that we’ve had,
because people don’t read about that. They don’t read about it. Commander of Bagram
Airfield, Brigadier General Brian Wolford. Thank you, Brian. (applause) Thank
you, Brian. Great, Brian. Commander of the 455th
Air Expeditionary Wing, Brigadier General
Scott Jobe. Thank you. (applause) Thank
you, Scott. Thank you, Scott. Commander of Area Support
Group Afghanistan, Colonel David Raugh. (applause) Thank
you, David. Good job, David. Thank you. U.S. Forces Afghanistan
Chief of Staff, Colonel Chip Daniels. Chip, thank you. (applause) And let’s not
forget our senior enlisted officers: Senior Enlisted
Advisor to the Chairman, Command Sergeant Major
John Wayne Troxell. (applause) John, where
— thank you, John. Command Senior Enlisted
Leader of U.S. Forces Afghanistan,
Command Sergeant Major Timothy Metheny. (applause)
Timothy, thank you. Thanks, Timothy. Senior Enlisted Leader of
Bagram Air Field, Sergeant Major Jason Huckabay. Jason, thank you. Thank you, Jason. And Chief Master Sergeant
David Dickson of the 455th Air Expeditionary Wing. Where is he? Chief Master
David Dickson. Thank you. (applause) Thank you. Thank you very
much, David Dickson. Also with us are National
Security Advisor Robert O’Brien — doing a great
job; Ambassador John Bass; and I introduced already
one of the great, great patriots of our country,
John Barrasso of Wyoming. Great state. Wyoming. (applause)
Thank you, John. With the help and the
devotion everyone has given here tonight,
America is winning again. We are winning like we
have not won in a long time. And you know what? We’re respected like we
haven’t been respected in a long time. America is winning again,
and America is respected again and respected
at the highest level. We’re investing so much
money in our military, and we’re not going to stop
until it’s totally rebuilt and complete. Along with a record
investment in our military, we’ve also got
your largest pay raise in over 10 years. And I’m very pleased to
report that, starting January 1st, you will be
receiving another 3.1 percent pay raise. And if anybody doesn’t
want it — (applause). If anybody doesn’t want
it, just sign up at the door and we’ll
take it away. Okay? (laughter) Make
it a contribution. Here in the region,
we’re boldly confronting America’s adversaries and
pursing a foreign policy focused squarely on our
national interests. Less than three years ago,
ISIS controlled the vast reaches of territory
in Iraq and Syria. Today, the U.S. Armed Forces and our
allies have totally obliterated ISIS
and its caliphate. And, you know, I
was going to leave. We were down
to 98 percent. And I have to say this:
When I came in — again, less than three years
ago — it was a mess. They were all
over the place. And I was about set
— “We’ll leave now.” We were at 97, 98 percent. And I got a lot of — a
lot of bite-back from people that, frankly,
would have been very happy to leave if it was
anybody else but me. They said, “Why don’t
you finish the job?” These are people that
would have loved — but, you know what? I said, “Maybe
they’re right.” And we finished the job. We did it very, very
quickly, and very surgically. So that job is finished. We liberated more than 3
million civilians from that brutal reign. I’ve also taken action to
confront the corrupt and terror-supporting
dictatorship in Iran. And, in Afghanistan, our
warfighters continue to serve heroically to stamp
out terrorism and to eviscerate the enemies
of civilization. Because that’s what,
really, they are; they’re enemies of civilization. Right here, at Bagram, you
are logistical hub for all forces in Afghanistan. You are absolutely
essential to victory. From this base, the
unrivaled aviators of the U.S. Air Force deliver
unmatched firepower across the region. When our enemies hear the
sound of your jets — those brand-new, beautiful
jets — they hear the sound of those jets. We don’t put too many
environmental controls on those jets. (laughter) Because if it
takes away 4 percent of what we need, we
want the 4 percent. Do you agree with
that, everybody? Is everybody
— (applause). And we’re all environment,
but we’re not heavy into environmental controls,
and even pollution controls, on our aircraft
when it’s a fighting jet. We don’t want to
have any excuses. But when our enemies
hear the sound of those screaming engines through
the valleys, their terrorist blood runs cold
because they know that their demise is near. In particular, I want to
thank outstanding airmen from the 455th Air
Expeditionary Wing, who deliver righteous American
thunder anywhere, anyplace, anytime. Raise your hands. Let me see. (applause) Great. Great job. Helps to have new
equipment, doesn’t it? Does it help a little bit? You got nice,
new equipment. Thanks as well to the
skilled professionals of the Expeditionary Medical
Group — (applause) — who run the most capable
trauma hospital in Afghanistan: Craig
Joint Theater Hospital. Thank you very much. Great job you do. (applause) “Nobody…” I’ll tell you what,
there’s a little phrase that I hear:
“Nobody dies today. They live to fight
another day.” You’ve done a
fantastic job. And I’m told that, not
long ago, a critically injured soldier was
brought here in need of multiple blood
transfusions. Within 15 minutes, more
than 100 members of Bagram — the community, the base
— showed up to give their blood. That says everything you
need to know about the men and women who serve here. Thank you very much. It was incredible. They needed it fast,
and they got it. (applause) They got it. Every day, the fierce
soldiers of the U.S. Army are carrying out
harrowing missions across this land. The Army marches bravely
into danger, traverses perilous terrain, and
pumps stunning firepower straight into
the face of evil. In particular, I want to
thank the men and women of the 10th Combat Aviation
Brigade, who operate rotary — oh, I know
what “rotary” is, right? — (laughter) — rotary
wing aircraft across Afghanistan, and fly
magnificent Apaches like the one right next to me. That is magnificent. And I was just at the —
at Dover, because you had a terrible accident a
week ago of two of your incredible people. And I greeted them as they
came in on a very big plane. And I greeted
their families. I heard they were
fantastic people. So thank you very
much for that. I know a lot of you
asked about them. Their families are doing
fine, but that was a rough night for them,
I will tell you. It’s a rough night for me;
it’s a rough night for everybody. Thanks also to the 1st
Armor Division’s Resolute Support Sustainment
Brigade for supplying our forces. The Brigade is incredible
— so respected by everybody — keeping our
military in top fighting shape. (applause) You are “Iron
Soldiers,” they say. “Iron Soldiers.” Do you think so? Yeah. Right? (applause) I think so. And among those in RSSB
are two sisters: Master Sergeant Eliana Gallardo
and Captain Carla Gallardo. And I don’t know
— where are you? Where are you two sisters? Where are they? They’re here someplace. Come here. Come. Have you ever
spoken publicly? Captain Gallardo: Yes. The President: Give
it a sho- — (laughs). She said, “Yes.” That’s pretty good. Please, say
something please. Captain Gallardo:
Hello, everyone. Happy Thanksgiving. (applause) Master
Sergeant Gallardo: Happy Thanksgiving. (applause) The President:
Thank you both. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you very much. Thank you both very much. I know that Senator
Barrasso is very proud of the fact that Wyoming’s
National Guard is here at Bagram. (applause) Oh,
you get them, huh? Where are they? Come here. Come here. Say a few words. First Sergeant
Clancy: Powder River. First Lieutenant
Werger: Let ‘er buck. (applause) The President:
These people are all action, no talk. (laughter) But I just want
to thank you for being here. And the Alpha Battery
Second of the 300th Field Artillery Battalion,
thank you very much. Your First Lieutenant Ira
Werger and First Sergeant Michael Clancy — I want
to thank you very much for doing such a great job
in leading the unit. Let me also recognize the
terrific service members from Area Support Group
Afghanistan; JTF Parwan; Task Force Cobalt; our
Theater Reaction Force — “Fury”; Task Force
Griffin; Task Force Hellhound EOD. Where are you? (applause) Task
Force Loyalty. (applause) I like them. I like them there. Task Force Hiki No. (applause) Hiki No. Where are you, Hiki No? (applause) That’s great. That’s great. Warfighters, keep
up the great work. Really, keep up
the great work. That’s fantastic. And we’re glad we could
mention most of you. I know we left
somebody out. Did we leave anybody out? Audience Member:
(Inaudible.) The President: I agree. Who else? (laughter) Together, we’re
all very proud of the part the most feared and lethal
fighting force ever assembled has played
toward peace. America’s military
dominates the sky. Nobody can dominate
the sky like we do. We have the new F-35s
coming out — stealth, and even super-stealth. It’s hard for the enemy
because there’s one problem they have: You
can’t see the planes. It’s always tough to fight
a plane when you can’t see it. But America’s military
dominates the sky. You dominate the sea. You dominate the land. You dominate space. You will not be deterred,
and you will never, ever be defeated. The United States
never seeks war. We seek peace wherever
peace can be found. We want peace. We do want peace. I want peace more
than anybody. You know, they said, when
I was elected, “Oh, we’ll be in a war in
the first day.” Right? Remember that? No. But when we do, and if we
do — and I hope we never do — we will win. We’re going to
fight to win. We only fight to win. We only fight to win. (applause) But if we are
forced, we will avenge the enemy with overwhelming
power, and we will win like — the old
days, we won. Then we went where we
sort of played for ties. But we don’t play
for ties anymore. We don’t do the
tie thing anymore. Is that okay
with you folks? Is that all right? (applause) Victory on the
battlefield will always belong to you, the
American warrior. In the long run, of
course, the future of Afghanistan and nations
across this region will not be decided on
the battlefield. Ultimately, there will be
— need to be a political solution, and we’re
working with the President and we’re working with a
lot of people right now on a political solution
decided by the people of the region themselves. But rest assured that my
administration will always be committed to
annihilating terrorists wherever they appear,
because we don’t want them in our country. We’re going to tell them,
“Get the hell out.” And we’re doing
it all the time. “Get them out.” And we will continue to
work tirelessly for the day when we can bring each
and every one of you home and safe to your family. And that day is coming
— coming very soon. In the 18 years since the
attacks of September 11th, thousands of American
patriots have left their everyday lives and
cherished loved ones, put on their uniforms, and
flown here to Afghanistan. Some of our brave warriors
have made the ultimate sacrifice. We honor their memory
today, and we will always honor their memory. Like all of them, each of
you came to do your duty. You came to defend
American liberty. You came because our
nation needed you, and they needed
you right here. The men and women of our
military are totally loyal to our country. And every day I am
President, America will always be totally
loyal to you. I just want to finish by
saying that, with your courage, we will continue
to pursue America’s enemies to ends
of the Earth. Greatest in the world. We will chase them down. We will get the
terrorists. We will break their will. We will not give them rest
— no break and no way out. They won’t have a chance. As long as America’s
soldiers, sailors, airmen, Coast Guardsmen, and
Marines are on the mission, our nation’s
adversaries do not have even a small
hope of victory. Together, we will preserve
our freedom, we will protect our homeland, and
we will always defend and honor our great
American flag. I want to thank you,
Bagram Air Base. This is a special place
— a place that everybody talks about in
our country. What you’ve done here and
what you’ve built here is powerful. And I just want to say:
Next year, we’ll be having Thanksgiving together —
it may be back in the United States — because
you’ve done so much work here, and you’ve
done it well. God bless you. God bless our
great country. God bless everybody
in this room. Be safe. I will see you very soon. We will be back. We’ll be back. And we are coming back as
a country like nobody has ever seen. When I’m greeted — and
I’m often greeted — by leaders of the world, they
start off by saying two things: “Congratulations
on what you’ve done with your country, from an
economic standpoint. We’ve never seen
anything like it.” And, “Sir, congratulations
on rebuilding your military.” And that’s what
we’ve done. God bless you all. Thank you very much. Thank you.

100 thoughts on “President Trump Delivers Remarks to Troops

  1. Yes, he is my President representing my voice. To the USA military and to Q, thank you for protecting us. Thank you Mr. President you make me proud of you. #KAG2020 #Trump2020

  2. I love you Mr and Mrs Trump , may the Lord make his face to shine on you , may his spirit guide you , may the prayers of the people , be made to protect you , Lord let your truth be evident to all who call on you . In Jesus name , father be mighty in fulfilling your promises . Amen . Only Jesus acts 4.12

  3. Urgent ๐Ÿ”ด message Who in Thier right frame of mind would attempt 2 De- throne The" DONALD" Our Commander and Chief ,Whoam is In, command of the military, U would have 2/B NUTS Case and point, โ€ผ๏ธAs ALWAYS Patriotically inspired Diamond Dave โ™ฆ๏ธ โ™ฆ๏ธโ™ฆ๏ธ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธโ€ผ๏ธ, #s

  4. Mr.President, will your admin have the ability to look at IG's Wife, KAtkinsins connections to get you impeached?

  5. Dear President Trump, as a Air Force veteran who has recently resigned from the Air Force as a civilian due to their lack of leadership and accountability; I recommend you fire the Secretary Air Force, all Air Force leadership and Chief Of the Air Force immediately. They are undermining your leadership, authority, and itโ€™s a cancer to our younger troops and discipline of the Air Force and war fighting capabilities. They are traitors to our nation that care more about gay transgender rights, than the sanctity of our nations security and the Air Force core values that separate us above from the rest. They would rather play politics and hope for your impeachment, then serve with honor and dignity while wearing the uniform. Get rid of them. Tell OSI Mark Blum from AFSOC said it. Phuckโ€™em! I train war fighters not politically correct douche bags. Lock it up Airmen!!!

  6. fat Nixon, bonespurs recipient of 5 draft deferments where others replaced him in battle..the clown who abandoned our allies on the field of battle.. this SOLD OUT SACK….enjoy the yrs of trials… we will๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚

  7. What are they keeping in Afghanistan? Mr ghani selling his own sovernity and resources of Afghanistan just to be a pupet and servant of trump.

  8. DemocRATS are not Americans! DemocRATS are American's ENEMY!
    Trump 2032! Libtard tears will flow……๐Ÿ˜ญ๐Ÿ˜ญ๐Ÿ˜ญ๐Ÿ˜ญ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ

  9. 60000 Afghan soldiers dead in 5 years this faggot sounding Ghani calls it eliminating Taliban lol…..Stands like a homosexual and has presentation skills of a whore

  10. Them Uniforms Look Like it Might Be The United States Of America Army Them Aint The OriginaL Uniforms The United States Of America

  11. Problem is, it was all Bullshit!
    He doesn't give a rat's ass about any Military, but the people who Kowtow to his bloated, bone spur ass.
    And to start promising cease fires and negotiations without any but his dumbass knowing a damned thimg about it, is tantamount to asking a Soldier of The Dickhead Killer Gallagher to shoot him.
    A good Soldier, based on actions of a failed leader is obligated to uphold the Military Oath.
    The Asshole Knuckledragger qualifies many times over

  12. It would be nice for the Hillary voter chick to the left to smile and show love for the greatest President in history….

  13. 27:50 …wow, the woman on the right couldn't have been any more rude. Maybe lose the resting b*tch face for two seconds while you greet the President. Probably voted for Hillary.

  14. "The men and women of our military are totally loyal to our country and everyday I am president America will always be totally loyal to you" ….ย ย  What a crock of bullshit.. He say that as people who have served in our militaryย areย being deported.

  15. "Dear troops. Thank you for coming to grasp the pearls of wisdom that drop from my mouth. Sorry I couldn't join you in uniform, but my doctor found a bone spur that stopped me from risking my neck for my country in Vietnam, but there you go.

    "I can understand what a great pleasure it must be for you to be in the same room as a real, honest-to-gosh stable genius. Especially for you ladies with those gorgeous pussies under your camouflage trousers. Can't hide 'em from me, girls. As I said to my tremendous friend Vadd the lad Putin, I could find pubic bushes in a forest full of porcupines.

    "Y'know, some of my generals, your bosses, don't get among with me. Well tough shit, I'm the Commander-in-Chief and what I say goes, right? You betcha.

    "Anyways, I'm gonna help ya with this turkey as let's face it, I'm standing before a room full of 'em.

    "Okay troops, gotta cut this short; coupla deals goin' down in Manhattan, and I wanna sort that so you're on short rations. Thanks for puttin' your necks on the line, don't hurry home as you're not needed on the border yet. You can get my sharpie-signed autographs in the washroom after you finish serving me lunch. Only five Dollars a pop.

    "Have a great day."

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  17. Gee, I think our military likes President Trump as much as I do! And I do because he supports the military and our veterans, and understands a strong defense is the best deterrent.


  19. Only took him three years, then he cryโ€™s about not getting enough to eat, does it always have to be about him?Thank You Troops, Happy Thanksgiving

  20. Luv u USA Troops…
    All my father's served.
    I luv ya and am so grateful 2 your humble servant ๐Ÿ’•.
    U rock & I wish there was something I can do than just say ty 4 your service.

    Hope u had a good Thanksgiving.
    Because of u, America is the greatest place 2b alive.

    Luv ya.
    May the good Lord put a hege of protection around u all and bring u home safely.
    Bless your families who sacrifice much in support of your willingness 2 serve.

    B blessed in all things.

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  22. THIS IS WHY I LOVE #PresidentTrump — he honors #RealHeros of #USMilitary NOT the so-called heros in #Hollywood & #SiliconValley who received #MedalsOfFreedom from #ObamaAdmin — and YES #DEMOCRATS — we remember #OBAMA doing some of the most DANGEROUSLY STUPID THINGS LIKE watching a ballgame with #Castro in #Cuba right after #BrusselsAttack — SEE VIDEO HERE: #BarackObama WAS NEVER AN #AMERICAN #PRESIDENT! I CALL HIM #IMAMObama for a reason and the more we see #DonaldTrump in action the more #USA #USPatriots THANK #GOD DAILY FOR #TRUMP!

  23. December 2, 1968
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    June 17, 1989
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  24. Stop this oxymoron of the left theyโ€™re ruining America our chinese friend have super modern airport super fast trains wake up America stop the biased news political negative

  25. Amazing event; amazing speeches. God bless our Troops who protect our freedom and security everyday and even the people of other nations. Hooah!!!!!!

  26. Mad respect for all the troops but – zero respect for Trump , he is nothing , a hater , a rasist , a bigot , he's fake , he don't care about you n never will

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  28. Feeling ashamed of AshrafGhani, standing behind this monster, who publicly applause keeping Syrian and Iraqi oil.

  29. Stay strong President Trump your American people support you we want u back in 2020 fake media DOSENT appreciate you never report on ALL YOUR MAJOR ACCOMPLISHMENTS FOR OUR COUNTRY THANK YOU SIR


  31. the US needs to invade california to free that once great state from enemies both foreign and domestic. also the entire demon crap party should be arrested under the rico act and a new criminal free party created. in the modern era there is no place for a party that voted against ending slavery and whose members made the KKK.
    the real nightmare is what happens after trump cant run anymore? the US is doomed. from canada suffering under our leftarded prime turd. who is a traitor destroying us. good luck to us all.

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  34. Do us all a favor and get the fck outta Afghanistan ๐Ÿ‡ฆ๐Ÿ‡ซ stop sponsoring terrorism for your colonialism. Thatโ€™ll be the best thanksgiving for our beautiful troops and Afghanistan. Ghani is nothing more than a puppet ! No Afghans like him or trusts him anymore than the Trump haters.

    God bless ONLY the American troops for their service. And the innocent Afghan country as a whole.

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