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In Speech To Muslim World – President Trump Calls For An End to Extremism

President Trump is in Saudi Arabia to begin his first foreign trip as President of the United States. Besides meeting with one of our more vital allies in the war on terror, President Trump came to the oil-rich Muslim state to address leaders of nearly every Muslim-majority nation in the world.

Liberals and the media were bracing for the worst. During his campaign, President Trump dispensed with political correctness and called out Islam and the Muslim world for not doing enough to stop the spread of Al Qaeda, ISIS, and other entities pushing Islamic fundamentalism via terrorism.

But during the speech, President Trump pledged America’s support in the fight against radical Islam and a call for global peace.

But it was with this line that President Trump distinguished himself from Obama. He wasn’t afraid to say the words!

H/T CNN.

That means honestly confronting the crisis of Islamist extremism and the Islamist terror groups it inspires. And it means standing together against the murder of innocent Muslims, the oppression of women, the persecution of Jews, and the slaughter of Christians.

Saying the words “Islamist extremism” and “Islamist terror groups” may seem like common sense, but they are words that Obama and Hillary shied away from. President Trump understands what threatens the world. Radical Islamic terrorism. The President is mending fences across the world and making America respected again upon the global stage.

That starts with reaching out to Muslims who share our fear of extremism. Saudi Arabia, despite a few bad eggs, is one our best allies in the war on terror. They know the threat that ISIS and Iran pose.

Watch the full speech from Saudi Arabia below:

What do you think? Did you enjoy President Trump’s speech? Do you feel he is fit to lead the fight against Islamic terrorism? Share your thoughts in the comments below.

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