Unless his predecessor Barack Hussein Obama, President Trump will not be on apology tour.
To the Naval Academy graduates and to the world, President Trump said the U.S. will not “apologize” for being America.
As reported by politico.com
President Donald Trump on Friday told U.S. Naval Academy graduates that America has become “a lot” stronger recently and that “we are not going to apologize for America.”
“And we are respected again,” Trump said in a speech to graduates and their families gathered in Annapolis, Maryland. “I can tell you that. We are respected again.”
The remarks come as the president canceled this week a historic meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, though he hinted on Friday that the meeting could still take place. In a letter Thursday to Kim, Trump warned that U.S. nuclear capabilities “are so massive and powerful that I pray to God they will never have to be used.” Earlier in May, Trump also withdrew from the Iran nuclear deal in a move that was widely criticized by world leaders.
What do you think of President Trump’s “American first” type statement?