When President Trump was asked if he had a message for Poland — which was commemorating the anniversary of the start of World War II — he decided to congratulate the country, the Washington Post reports.
Said Trump: “I do have a great message for Poland. And we have Mike Pence, our Vice President, is just about landing right now. And he is representing me. I look forward to being there soon. But I just want to congratulate Poland. It’s a great country with great people.”
“For those not versed in World War II history, Sunday was the anniversary of the day Nazi Germany invaded Poland, which led France and Great Britain to declare war two days later (i.e. 80 years ago Tuesday). Poland would wind up losing nearly one-fifth of its population in the war, according to estimates.”Save to Favorites