The White House Facebook page posted earlier today a mission statement of sorts, which included a strong message to the world along with a list of foreign policy accomplishments and objectives they have achieved so far. Here’s what the post read:
“So let this be our mission, and let this be our message to the world: We will fight together, sacrifice together, and stand together for peace, for freedom, for justice, for family, for humanity, and for the almighty God who made us all.”
"So let this be our mission, and let this be our message to the world: We will fight together, sacrifice together, and…
The article attached was titled “An America First Foreign Policy” and went on to explain some of the things that have happened under Trump’s presidency so far, including his “fulfilled” promise to defend America’s borders at home and interests abroad.
President Trump has “Set the highest standard ever for United States visa and immigration vetting and adjudications so that the United States can validate traveler identities, prevent fraud, and ensure individuals do not represent a public safety or national security threat,” the post reads, while also touting the fact that Trump “withdrew from negotiations on the Global Compact on Migration to ensure America’s control of its borders.”
The administration focused on Trump’s “dramatically increased pressure” on North Korea, having designated them a state sponsor of terror and encouraging the rest of the world to take action.
They also highlighted Trump’s decision to decline certification of what the Nuclear deal with Iran, while making it clear that the “United States demands that Iran fully and strictly comply with all of its nuclear-related obligations.
Trump also touted something the media has largely ignored – what appears to be a resounding defeat of ISIS:
“The coalition against ISIS has recaptured over 95 percent of the territory previously held by ISIS in Iraq and Syria, the government of Iraq has liberated its territory from ISIS , and millions have been freed from the terrorist group’s stranglehold,” the post reads.
It is not clear in this release, however, how the Trump administration plans to”fight” for “the Almighty God” and what that effort will entail or look like.
Read the full statement here: