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DONALD TRUMP EMBARRASSED AMERICA AGAIN? BOUGHT FAKE SUPPORTERS IN POLAND FOR CHEERING WHEN HE ARRIVES??

President Trump isn’t as popular as President Barack Obama around the world, but the former has a huge ego than the latter and he loves to brag about the size of cheering fans. So what would a government do? Bus in a fake crowd of supporters to cheer for him, of course. That’s exactly what the Polish government intend to do when President Trump arrives for the G-20 summit today.

 

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The Guardian reports that upon Trump’s arriving in Warsaw, he will be greeted by crowds cheering for him of the plan. However, it’s worth pointing out that the enthusiasm will be a “fake” representation of how Poles exactly feel for the President.

 

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The report further states that Poland’s right-wing government is expecting that the enthusiastic crowd will result in some political praise from Trump, who after seeing the fake crowd, will be more readily acceptable to comply with NATO Article 5.

 

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As per the rule, it requires defense from all nations when an act of aggression is made on one member state, which Trump has been unwilling to commit to so far as president. Poland shares a large border with Russia, which NATO claims has become increasingly aggressive over the past decade.

 

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Ironically, Trump is unlikely to accept it since Trump has largely disparaged negative media that reports about his several policies after he became the president, oftentimes labeling such news reports as “fake news” in his tweets.

 

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Nevertheless, the president is still arriving in Poland greeted by throngs of people who will represent a fake opinion of Trump in their nation. To corroborate it Pew Research states that just 22 percent of Poles have a positive view of the U.S. president. For comparison, 58 percent had a positive view of former President Barack Obama.

 

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Ironically, Trump is unlikely to accept it since Trump has largely disparaged negative media that reports about his several policies after he became the president, oftentimes labeling such news reports as “fake news” in his tweets.

 

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Nevertheless, the president is still arriving in Poland greeted by throngs of people who will represent a fake opinion of Trump in their nation. To corroborate it Pew Research states that just 22 percent of Poles have a positive view of the U.S. president. For comparison, 58 percent had a positive view of former President Barack Obama.

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