On Friday, President Trump, in a military cap and flight jacket, delivered his weekly address to the nation, emphasizing his commitment to rebuilding the country’s military. Trump spoke from the Navy’s newest super-carrier, the Gerald R. Ford.
“We must give our sailors, soldiers, airmen, marines, and coastguardsmen the tools, equipment, resources and training they need to get the job done, and get it done right – especially in these very dangerous times,” Trump said.
Trump lamented the downsizing of the military’s power and promised: “My budget will give America’s armed forces the resources they need to achieve full and total military preparedness to meet any and all global challenges – and meet them, we will.”
Trump promised throughout the 2016 campaign to rebuild our military, and his Friday address marked a commitment to following through on that promise.
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