President Donald J. Trump anoints Navy Seal Master Chief Special Warfare Operator Britt K. Slabinski of Northampton, Massachusetts with the Medal of Honor at the White House East Room in Washington DC, USA on Thursday, May 24, 2018. | White House Snapshot Photos by Karen Ann Carr / TheWhiteHouseSpin.Com/E Media Inc.


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President Donald J. Trump at the United States Naval Academy
 

 
President Trump Attends the United States Naval Academy Graduation Ceremony
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WASHINGTON DC – President Donald J. Trump participates in the United States Naval Academy Graduation and Commissioning Ceremony on Friday, May 25, 2018.
 

 


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Thursday, May 24, 2018
 

 
TRANSCEND A SET BACK FOR THE WORLD
NORTH KOREA BACKS OFF OF MEETING WITH UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Written by Karen Ann Carr
 

 

 
WASHINGTON DC – Notwithstanding this weeks talks with South Korean leaders, plans for a meeting with North Korea have paused.

The Trump administration is committed to “rebuilding U.S. deterrence to preserve peace through strength.” Our Nation’s top priority is sustaining peace through strength domestically and abroad. In this unprecedented era of peace, as compared to that of World War II, the free world is safest when America is strongest. Yet intentional depletion of our military in recent years, which President Trump is committed to reversing, resulted in an escalation of threats the world over.

When North Korea placed denuclearization on the negotiating table, it was a move to shift perceptions and distract the world. Abandoning nuclearization is inconceivable at this stage of North Korea’s nuclear age. North Korea wants to be considered more highly around the world. To achieve that end result it is following the aspirations of the United States of America. Like America, North Korea will likely use trade as its means to sustain strength through peace, while building its military. Like Iran, North Korea has gained more time to develop more weapons.

Transcending intentional fake nation’state greatness and global domination by way of an ability to preserve the lives of people is a matter of great human character. When or if a US President and a North Korean leader sits down to preserve human lives above all else, long-lasting honor that exalts both nations will be the end to numerous steps of apparent chaos. Having many bombs pointed beyond your boards is the responsibility of mature state and pure-hearted leadership. Our responsibility as a mature nation-state is to take the preservation of life seriously.

Today’s set-back simply delays two leaders from being considered for a Nobel Peace Prize perhaps. Both leaders will likely have to break from the stuff-neck attitudes of their parents, perceive and envision and participate in a destiny determined by Providence.

Kim Jong-un, the Supreme Leader of North Korea has some difficult days ahead. Jong-un has to have the courage to resist being like his father and grandfather, while shifting indoctrinated citizens into a real world where he is not the supreme leader. President Trump has shifted from formal precedent to agree to meet with Kim Jung-un. Perceptions about status, strength, superiority and wealth are on the table. President Trump most walk away from a meeting with US greatness and strength, power and superiority preserved. Jong-un’s universal supremacy will not be maintained given all the moving parts of a never-realized process. One can only imagine the military pressures coming upon Jun-un his own military leaders in North Korea. Perceptions and beliefs systems are at play here as well.

Needless to say, this is a very exciting time to be alive.
 

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Thursday, May 24, 2018
 

President Trump Presents the Medal of Honor

Reported by Karen Ann Carr
 

 

 

WASHINGTON DC – President Donald J. Trump Presents the Medal of Honor to Navy Seal Master Chief Special Warfare Operator Britt K. Slabinski of Northampton, Massachusetts at the White House East Room in Washington DC, USA on Thursday, May 24, 2018.

“Today we induct a new name into the world’s most exclusive gathering of heroes, and that’s exactly what it is,” President Trump said. The president also recognized members of Master Chief Special Warfare Operator Slabinski’s Navy Seal team.

President Donald J. Trump Presents Medal of Honor at the White House East Room in Washington, DC, USA on Thursday, May 24, 2018. | White House Snapshot Photo by Karen Ann Carr/TheWhiteHouseSpin.Com/ E Media Inc.

“We pay tribute to Britt’s heroic service and we proudly present him with our nation’s highest military honor, and I would go so far as to say our nation’s highest honor,” Trump said at a White House ceremony. Several past Medal of Honor recipients attending the ceremony were applauded also.

Slabinski’s family members spent time in the White House Oval office with the president prior to the ceremony.

While leading a reconnaissance task force in support of Operation Enduring Freedom, Slabinski risked his life by repeatedly exposing himself to “horrendous” fire from more heavily armed al-Qaida forces in March 2002 during the Battle of Takur Ghar.

Slabinski retired from the Navy in 2014 after more than 25 years of service.

At the White House following the ceremony, Slabinski said the medal “belongs to so many others” and named the teammates “who followed me without hesitation.” Slabinski recounted, the medal also belongs to seven Americans who died on the mountaintop.

“They gave all for us. This honor is truly theirs. They are the true heroes.”

President Donald J. Trump Presents Medal of Honor at the White House East Room in Washington, DC, USA on Thursday, May 24, 2018. The Presidential Medal of Freedom is an award bestowed by the President of the United States and is—along with the comparable Congressional Gold Medal—the highest civilian award of the United States. | White House Snapshot Photo by Karen Ann Carr/TheWhiteHouseSpin.Com/ E Media Inc.

 
PRESIDENT DONALD J. TRUMP ON THE BRAVE SOLDIERS

“Seven of the brave men who fought with Britt are here with us today, and maybe they’ll stand up as I call their name. Petty Officer Second Class Brett Morganti. Pretty dangerous place, huh? Way to go, Brett. Chief Warrant Officer Kyle Soderberg. Thank you, Kyle. Petty Officer Second Class Stephen Toboz. Thanks, Stephen. Chief Warrant Officer Al Mack. Thank you. Sergeant Christopher Cunningham. Master Sergeant Eric Stebner — a Master Chief Petty Officer still on active duty is quietly not with us today.”

“I just want to thank you all. Unbelievable acts of bravery. Thank you very much. (Applause.) Thank you, folks. Thank you very much. Incredible.”

“Today, we also remember the brave soldiers who gave their lives on that mountain: Technical Sergeant John Chapman, Corporal Matthew Commons, Specialist Marc Anderson, Sergeant Bradley Crose, Senior Airman Jason Cunningham, Technical Sergeant Philip Svitak, and of course, Petty Officer First Class Neil Roberts — who met a horrible death — for whom these events are now known — it’s called the Battle of Robert’s Ridge. Incredible event.”

“To the Gold Star family members of those heroes who are here today, please stand up. Please, stand up. (Applause.) Please. It’s an honor to have you accept our nation’s profound sorrow and a deep love and everlasting gratitude. These were incredible, incredible men, and you can be proud that they were in your family. And they are looking down right now, and they are very, very proud of you. Thank you very much. Thank you for being here. Thank you.”

“To Britt, and to all of the men of Robert’s Ridge: You waged a fierce fight against the enemies. And these really have become the enemies of America and the enemies of all civilization. Through your actions, you demonstrated that there is no love more pure, and no courage more great, than the love and courage that burns in the hearts of American patriots.”

“We are free because warriors like you are willing to give their sweat, their blood, and, if have to, their lives for our great nation.”

“Britt, you went on to serve many more years in the U.S. Navy before finally retiring in 2014. Today, he continues his life of serving by volunteering with the Navy SEAL Foundation, and on behalf of Gold Star families. Special, special, incredible families. And as one of his fellow service members testifies, he is an amazing father to Bryce, who, like his dad, is now an Eagle Scout.”

“Britt wants the country to know that for him, the recognition he is about to receive is an honor that falls on the whole team — he wants you folks to know that — on the whole team, on every American warrior who fought the forces of terror on that snowy Afghan ridge. Each of them has entered the eternal chronicle of American valor and American bravery.”

“Britt, we salute you, we thank you. We thank God for making you a United States SEAL. We love our Navy SEALs. They’ve very special, very incredible people. It’s now my tremendous privilege to present to you the Congressional Medal of Honor.”

“And I’d like the military aide to come forward and please read the citation. Thank you.”

“MILITARY AIDE: The President of the United States, in the name of the Congress, takes pleasure in presenting the Medal of Honor to Senior Chief Special Warfare Operator Sea, Air, and Land, Britt K. Slabinski, United States Navy, for service as set forth in the following: For conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity at the risk of his life above and beyond the call of duty while assigned to a joint task force in support of Operation Enduring Freedom.”

“In the early morning of March 4, 2002, Senior Chief Special Warfare Operator Slabinski led a reconnaissance team to its assigned area atop a 10,000-foot, snow-covered mountain. Their insertion helicopter was suddenly riddled with rocket-propelled grenades and small-arms fire from previously undetected enemy positions. The crippled helicopter lurched violently and ejected one teammate onto the mountain before the pilots were forced to crash land in the valley far below.”

“Senior Chief Slabinski boldly rallied his five remaining team members, and marshaled supporting assets for an assault to rescue their stranded teammate. During reinsertion, the team came under fire from three directions, and one teammate started moving uphill toward an enemy strongpoint. Without regard for his own safety, Senior Chief Slabinski charged directly toward enemy fire to join his teammate. Together, they fearlessly assaulted and cleared the first bunker they encountered.”

President Donald J. Trump Presents Medal of Honor at the White House East Room in Washington, DC, USA on Thursday, May 24, 2018. The Presidential Medal of Freedom is an award bestowed by the President of the United States and is—along with the comparable Congressional Gold Medal—the highest civilian award of the United States. | White House Snapshot Photo by Karen Ann Carr/TheWhiteHouseSpin.Com/ E Media Inc.

President Donald J. Trump Presents Medal of Honor at the White House East Room in Washington, DC, USA on Thursday, May 24, 2018. The Presidential Medal of Freedom is an award bestowed by the President of the United States and is—along with the comparable Congressional Gold Medal—the highest civilian award of the United States. | White House Snapshot Photo by Karen Ann Carr/TheWhiteHouseSpin.Com/ E Media Inc.

“The enemy then unleashed a hail of machinegun fire from a second hardened position only 20 meters away. Senior Chief Slabinski repeatedly exposed himself to deadly fire to personally engage the second enemy bunker and orient his team’s fires in the furious, close-quarters firefight. Proximity made air support impossible. And after several teammates became casualties, the situation became untenable. Senior Chief Slabinski maneuvered his team to a more defensible position, directed airstrikes in very close proximity to his team’s position, and requested reinforcements.”

“As daylight approached, accurate enemy mortar fire forced the team further down the sheer mountainside. Senior Chief Slabinski carried a seriously wounded teammate through deep snow, and led a difficult trek across precipitous terrain while calling in fire on the enemy, which was engaging the team from the surrounding ridges.”

“Throughout the next 14 hours, Senior Chief Slabinski stabilized casualties and continued the fight against the enemy until the hill was secured and his team was extracted. By his undaunted courage, bold initiative, leadership, and devotion to duty, Senior Chief Slabinski reflected great credit upon himself and upheld the highest traditions of the United States Naval Service.”

President Donald J. Trump Presents Medal of Honor at the White House East Room in Washington, DC, USA on Thursday, May 24, 2018. The Presidential Medal of Freedom is an award bestowed by the President of the United States and is—along with the comparable Congressional Gold Medal—the highest civilian award of the United States. | White House Snapshot Photo by Karen Ann Carr/TheWhiteHouseSpin.Com/ E Media Inc.

 

(The Medal of Honor is presented.) (Applause.)

 

(A prayer is given.)


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President Trump Participates in a Roundtable on Immigration

Reported by Karen Ann Carr
 

 

 

BETHPAGE, NEW YORK – President Donald J. Trump Participates in a Roundtable on Immigration in Bethpage, New York, USA on Wednesday, May 23, 2018. Earlier today President Trump announces set back with plan to meet with North Korea.

Today, the “Right to Try” Bill passed through the USA Congress. Now people dealing with terminal illness have the right to try experimental medical treatments and drugs.
 

 


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President Trump Makes a Statement Upon Departure
 

 

President Donald J. Trump’s Statement

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WASHINGTON DC – President Donald J. Trump makes a statement prior to departure from the White House South Lawn in Washington DC, USA en route to Bethpage, New York, USA on Wednesday, May 23, 2018.


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