First lady introduces Trump, visits science center in Warsaw

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His decision to abandon the agreement has been condemned by world leaders and led U.S. "And we are grateful for the example Poland has set ... by being one of the few nations that actually meets its (NATO's) financial obligations", Trump said, referring to the tension between the two countries, specially after Poland promulgated a law that foresees demolishing the Soviet monuments. Another addition to Trump's growing list of unforgettable handshakes comes from a video clip of the president's foreign trip to Warsaw, Poland.

Watch out, Poland - you may have just upset the one President petty enough to start a war over a handshake!

The question now is whether "we have the confidence in our values to defend them at any cost", he said.

The statement - signed by Anna Chipczynska, president of the Jewish Community of Warsaw, Lesław Piszewski, president of the Union of the Jewish Communities in Poland, and Michael Schudrich, the chief rabbi of Poland - noted that Trump was speaking nearby.

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In Warsaw, a city rebuilt after it was razed by the Germans in World War II, the president declared rhetorical war on a broad array of foreign and domestic forces that he said were aligned against him, even criticising President Vladimir Putin of Russian Federation in his strongest terms to date, before their first face-to face meeting, in Hamburg, Germany, on Friday.

The president also said America is "eager to expand our partnership" with Poland, saying "we welcome stronger ties of trade and commerce". The Polish government has not done enough to protect human rights, has restricted the freedom of the press, taken a hard line against admitting refugees and rejected worldwide efforts to deal with climate change. Trump said that because Pyongyang is behaving in a "very, very risky manner", it's clear that "something will have to be done about it".

Greenpeace activist illuminate the Palace of Culture and Science with words "No Trump Yes Paris" in Warsaw, Poland July 5, 2017. "We have, I think, 16 years - in 16 years it's the lowest unemployment rate", he said.

He has been portrayed as opposing European values after pulling out of the Paris climate accord, but seemed keen to identify common ground today on the fight against Islamist terror, joint North Atlantic Treaty Organisation action, and resistance to Russian aggression. Several of Trump's closest aides are under investigation for possible ties with Moscow, which USA intelligence agencies say tried to tilt the November election in the Republican candidate's favor.

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