SEE IT: President Trump’s Farewell Address to the Nation

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President Donald Trump will deliver a farewell message from the White House.

Excerpts of Trump’s Farewell Address Released:

In his farewell address, President Donald Trump says he will pray for the success of the next administration.

The White House released excerpts of the video address ahead of its planned release Tuesday afternoon, a day ahead of President-elect Joe Biden’s inauguration. In the video, Trump will say, “This week, we inaugurate a new administration and pray for its success in keeping America safe and prosperous.”

Trump will also address the storming of the Capitol building by his supporters after he directed them to “fight” the election results showing he lost.

He will say that “all Americans were horrified by the assault on our Capitol” and that “political violence is an attack on everything we cherish as Americans” and “can never be tolerated.”

Trump will also trumpet what he sees as his top achievements in office, including efforts to normalize relations in the Middle East.

He’ll say: “We did what we came here to do — and so much more.”

(YWN World Headquarters – NYC)


11 COMMENTS

  1. Mr.President, all the goyim in the world will be judged on how they treated the jews around them. You have been the best friend of the jewish people in our generation and generations past to ever ascend to power. In the end nothing else will matter.

  2. He did campaign like this.

    If you watched his campaign rallies you would have seen that.

    History will show him to be one of our best Presidents.

    You can’t deny all the accomplishments that he just so eloquently stated.

    He will be missed.

    Hashem should spare us from the damage of the next administration.

  3. During the campaign instead of bashing everyone he should have spoken like this. He did a great job with his policy’s but a very poor job with his behavior which unfortunately overshadowed his accomplishments since people could not look past his babyish and bullying style. This bad style gave people a reason to hate him. Shame that he chose this path! His agenda and policy’s are really good!

  4. In this week’s Torah portion, Pharaoh’s servants ask him, as he refuses to listen to Moshe and Aaron, “do you not realize that Egypt is lost?” Unfortunately, the USA is heading that way. When you have masses of citizens who are taught to hate their own country, to look disparagingly at the founding of the country as racist and “white” (whatever that means) and think of half of their countrymen as backwards “ugly folks”, “deplorables” and “domestic terrorists” you know the country is lost. President Trump did his best, and it was very good, “huge”, but ultimately the swamp got to him. The path forward isn’t clear: A new Patriot Party might do the trick, but it might just divide the conservative vote while the Leftist votes stay intact, thus further causing harm. The RINOs are poisonous and need to be voted out, but that’s a process that will take years and in the meantime the Left will be radically “transforming” America into their devilish image. The good news is that Moshiach is on his way and he will usher in the future redemption and an era of Godliness and goodness.

  5. The Steipler asks (in his sefer brikas Peretz) why the Mitzrim kept hitting the Frog, each time new swarms emanated, further exacerbating the problem???
    Anger! That is the answer!
    An angry person does not think straight, and will do / say things that are to his own disadvantage!

    We hope that our dear friend Donald has learnt his lesson, and that in 2024 when he will be given another opportunity, he’ll use his head over his heart.
    Meanwhile i hope that Biden learns from Trump how to improve the economy, how to work on world peace, how to be firm and consistent with terrorism etc.

  6. This was an incredible sermon, pure unadulterated אמת and not even 1 word of exaggeration.
    We are voting for you President Donald Trump in 2024 and cannot wait to see you back in the Oval office come Noon 1/20/2025