Strong and emotional speech from President Trump at 75th D-Day anniversary in Normandy

Another strong speech by President Trump at 75th D-Day anniversary in Normandy on Thursday. A very emotional speech and not at least; historic. I remember Bill Clinton and George Bush`s speeches but this one was very special. Not to say magic.

I have repeated myself for decades; Its all about the good people and the bad people. Thats it. The Nazi regime was a terrible terrorist regime and their goal was to take Europe, but they failed. The turning point was in Normandy in France and we can thank America for that.

They saved Europe from tyranny and gave Europe Freedom and liberty. “We pledge that our nations will for ever be strong and united,” Trump said in the speech.

This year, it is 30 years since the Tinananmen Square massacre in China were the Communist party killed its own citizens. This year, it is 75 years since the battle in Normandy in France were the people won against the terrorists.

“When governments fear the people, there is liberty. When the people fear the government, there is tyranny.” What some elite people don`t understand is that the federal government is our servant, not our master!»

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