Fox News Channel’s “Hannity” had a special guest on Thursday. Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich joined the Fox News team and made note of just how well President Donald Trump is doing in the White House. More specifically, Gingrich made note of President Trump’s recent speech in Poland. Trump spoke about the United States’ role in the world, as well as the rights of every human life. In the highest of compliments, Gingrich went on to compare Trump to perhaps the greatest president that ever existed, Ronald Reagan.
“I thought it was very much like Reagan’s 1982 speech at Westminster, which was one of his best speeches,” stated Gingrich. “Trump is describing in a way almost no American president has since Franklin Delano Roosevelt that this is a war about civilization — that we are in a struggle. And I thought he was particularly courageous in pointing out that not only are we in a struggle with Islamic terrorists, we’re also in a struggle with bureaucratic secularists such as the British court that basically wants to kill Charlie Gard, the little baby that they do not want to allow to go and have any kind of help, either at the Vatican or in the United States.”
Gingrich is absolutely right when he explains that President Trump’s attempts to educate the world about what war is really about will not go unheard. The entire world is in a state of turmoil, dealing with governments whose only hope is to destroy the freedom of their citizens. We are at war in order to bring back meaning to every human life. This war is about bringing the rising crime rates back down, and about making sure that we all value every single human life.
Gingrich went on to say, “it’s a landmark. I think people will be able to see philosophically a lot better who Donald Trump is from this speech and I think from the standpoint of the Polish people it was enormously heartening to have an American president so decisively with them and so openly tough about communism and about Russia.”
President Trump has made great strides in Poland and Germany, and he has our undying support in continuing to educate the people of the world about how to better humanity as a whole.
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