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President Trump Describes His First International Trip in his Weekly Address
 
As President Trump returns to America to deliver this week’s address, he comments on his first international trip and the significant impacts that could take place. “Over the course of 9 days, Melania and I traveled to some of the holiest sites in the three Abrahamic religions and met with nearly 100 foreign leaders.” He continues to elaborate on his goal for each visit. “Everywhere we went, my goal was to advance American interests, to build a coalition of nations to drive out the terrorists, and to unlock a future of peace, prosperity, and hope for all Americans — and people around the world.” The President visited Riyadh, Saudi Arabia where he addressed 50 Arab and Muslim leaders about extremism and terrorism. He was the first President to visit Israel on his first trip abroad and the first acting President to visit the Western Wall in Jerusalem.
 
He continued his travels as he met with President Abbas, leader of the Palestinian Authority, as they spoke in Bethlehem. The President traveled to the Vatican City as he met with Pope Francis before he made his final stop for two important summits: the G7 Summit and NATO.
 
What a successful trip our President has made on his first international trip. It is good to see our President representing our nation to the world and standing alongside Israel as well as he is the first President to visit Israel during his first international trip. See the President share his full comments on his travels, and so much more. John shared in this segment. 


 
Three attacks in three months Great Britain under siege by radical Islamic terrorism
 
As we have shared the continual reports of Radical Islam throughout the world, evil strikes again. This marks three attacks of terrorism in Great Britain in three months. First was the West Minister Bridge, then the Manchester Concert, and now the London Bridge. Our hearts and prayers go out to everyone in Great Britain and all of those affected from this tragedy.
 
The Telegraph is reporting that “a vehicle had struck pedestrians on the London Bridge.” After then continuing to Borough Market, the three individuals in the vehicle then got out and began stabbing and cutting people with knives. “Armed response officers then responded very quickly and bravely and confronted the three male suspects who were shot and killed in Borough Market within eight minutes of the first call.” As a result of this brutality, seven innocent people lost their lives. As more and more attacks happen, people can quickly become numb to the atrocities that are taking place within their communities.
 
Independent.co.uk is reporting how Poland’s Prime Minister Beata Szydlo has commented on these attacks addressing that there is a connection to the migration. “I hear in Europe very often; “Do not connect the migration policy with terrorism,’ but it is impossible not to connect them”.  As countries in the European Union respond and comment on the urgency of getting a handle on their borders, we can understand, with greater clarity, why President Trump has made decisions in the past regarding America’s borders. Former Ukip leader Nigel Farage shared, “It seems to me our political leaders really ought to start saying sorry… What these politicians have done for the last 15 years may well affect how we live in this country for the next 100 years.” According to Fox & Friends, ISIS has taken responsibility for this attack.
 
Understanding the tragedy that many are going through in London, President Trump shared his condolences and concerns with this tweet; “Whatever the United States can do to help out in London and the U.K., we will be there – WE ARE WITH YOU. GOD BLESS!”  Considering what has taken place, the President tweeted his thoughts on implementing a travel ban in America. “People, the lawyers and the courts can call it whatever they want, but I am calling it what we need and what it is, a TRAVEL BAN!” The President also tweeted; “That’s right, we need a TRAVEL BAN for certain DANGEROUS countries, not some politically correct term that won’t help us protect our people!”
 
It’s important to understand that we have elected our leaders in America. Now that they have taken their places in government, we must not only allow them to do their job, but we must pray for them. We cannot become critical and judge every decision that is being made. Leadership is the easiest thing to do, when you’re not the one leading. It’s easy to quickly criticize the President’s decision to implement a travel ban on certain countries shortly after he took office. There is credible information that he has access to what most of us will never know.
 
When Gen. John Kelly (Ret.) Director of Homeland Security testified regarding Border Security and Immigration Enforcement, he said these words;  “The vetting on the other end, in those seven countries are suspect…” The Director continued to point out, “I believe the vetting on the other end right now is not adequate to protect the nation and then of course we’re considering other measures adding to the vetting on the other end so that we can ensure even more so that the right people are coming to the United States and not bad people.” Considering the amount of intelligence and information that one would have to be privileged to, we can better understand the comments he made when speaking on Fox & Friends to an anchor, “If he knew what I know about terrorism, he’d never leave the house in the morning.” But, there is an upside to his statement. As he continues, “But, the good news, again, we have the finest men and women, in uniform, out of uniform, police officers, local law enforcement, New York City cops protecting us.”
 

If we are to focus on these occurrences solely by themselves, we can quickly become engrossed in them and become filled with fear and dread. But, these events point to a greater reality. There is a physical battle, and there is a spiritual battle. As Americans, we can view things in terms of our Constitution. As Christians, we need to keep things in view of a Biblical perspective. The very reality of these terrorist attacks happening more and more, and closer together, is a sign of the times that we are in the last days. We must not be overcome with fear or dread, but continue to live in faith and full confidence in Jesus Christ. See the full report of what is happening in London, throughout the world, how many are responding to this, and so much more. Also shared in this segment: migration, immigration, travel bans, Radical Islam, terrorist attacks, jihad, Prime Minister of Poland, Ramadan, Director of Homeland Security, Fox & Friends, President Donald Trump, The White House, crisis, and prayer. John and Steve shared in this segment. 

 


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