Ann’s last sentence:
“If Polish and other Eastern European leaders remember history, why don’t the Germans, French and Brits see that the enemy is already within their gates?”
Not overlooked by Breitbart reporter Oliver Lane was the symbolism of the location chosen for one of President Trump’s stops during his historic trip to Warsawto defend western civilization. And, although not as important as his speech, this was delicious!
Trump and The Hammer: King Jan (John) III Sobieski
President Donald Trump’s first photo-call in Poland after his arrival in Air Force One was with President Andrzej Duda and saw him sat beside an oil painting of a prominent figure in Polish history and folklore — the 17th-century king who kicked Islam out of Central Europe and is remembered as “the Hammer of the Turks”.
It may be seen as a remarkable coincidence, therefore, that of all the rooms and of all the paintings, they chose to sit President Trump besides a portrait of one of Poland’s best-known warrior kings. King Jan (John) III…
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