JUST IN: People Notice Something STRANGE About Picture Polish Gov’t Put RIGHT Next To Trump

Sean Brown AMERICA’S FREEDOM FIGHTERS

President Trump made his first visit to Poland this week, and the Polish government appeared to have given him quite the honor upon his arrival.

Part of the reason President Trump won the presidency is because of his hard stance against radical Islam and his determination to eradicate it from the planet. Because of this, he shares a bond with Poland’s leaders, who are also against radical Islam and refuse to accept any refugees into their nation.

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So when the President arrived in their nation, Poland’s leaders gave him a subtle honor in their choice of locations for photos, and you’re going to absolutely love the meaning behind it.

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JUST IN: People Notice Something STRANGE About Picture Polish Gov’t Put RIGHT Next To Trump

From Breitbart News:

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”.

Warsaw’s Royal Palace, where the meeting took place — lavishly reconstructed after it was dynamited by Nazi German troops during the Second World War — benefits from a surfeit of grand rooms and hundreds of works of art.

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From oils of kings and statesmen by artists such as Rembrandt to impressive murals and sculpture, the Polish authorities had a great deal of choice for where to host the symbolic first meeting of President Trump’s first European visit.

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 Sobieski is today remembered and celebrated in Poland, and elsewhere in Central Europe, for his pivotal role at the Battle of Vienna in September 1683.

Isn’t that cool? It’s fitting as well, considering President Trump is leading the charge to finally eradicate the evil ideology from the West.

Apparently the Poles see our President as a modern-day Hammer of the Turks, and that’s not a bad title to have at all.

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