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Presidential Moves: Trump Invites President of Poland To Trump Tower

President Trump invited Poland President Andrzej Duda to Trump Tower in New York City on Wednesday.

When Duda arrived, Trump told the press that President Duda “had done a fantastic job, and he’s my friend.”

“We had four great years together, we’re behind Poland all the way,” added Trump.

Trump and Duda spoke on various topics, such as the war in Ukraine, NATO defense spending, and other rising geopolitical conflicts.

Check out what the Associated Press reported:

Former President Donald Trump met Wednesday in New York with Polish President Andrzej Duda, the latest in a series of meetings with foreign leaders as Europe braces for the possibility of a second Trump term.

The presumptive Republican nominee hosted Duda at Trump Tower, where the two discussed the war in Ukraine and Duda’s push to boost NATO members’ defense spending, according to a readout from Trump’s campaign.

Duda, who has long expressed admiration for Trump, is also a staunch supporter of Ukraine and has encouraged Washington to provide more aid to Kyiv amid Russian’s ongoing invasion. That funding has been held up by Trump allies in Congress.

As he arrived, Trump praised the Polish president, saying, “He’s done a fantastic job and he’s my friend.”

“We had four great years together,” Trump added. “We’re behind Poland all the way.”

Per Politico:

Former President Donald Trump had dinner with Polish President Andrzej Duda on Wednesday, where the two discussed the ongoing wars in Ukraine and the Middle East as well as NATO spending.

According to a readout provided by the Trump campaign, the two-and–a-half-hour dinner took place at Trump’s apartment at Trump Tower, where the former president is staying while attending his New York hush money trial.

“We had four great years together,” Trump told reporters ahead of the dinner while appearing with Duda in the Trump Tower lobby. “We may have to do it again.”

While Trump is attending the trial in-person, the proceedings typically take a break on Wednesdays for the duration of the trial, which is expected to last at least six weeks.


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