President Trump was feeling triumphant after meeting with Polish President Andrzej Duda in the Oval Office to solidify his positive new relationship with the important NATO ally.
While taking questions from reporters during an Oval Office meeting with Polish President Andrzej Duda, Trump was asked whether he planned to accept an invitation to return to Poland. Trump then recounted his 2017 trip to the country.
"I just had an incredible time. That speech was special from the standpoint of the people of Poland, and I know it was considered a very important speech. You people even gave me very high marks on that speech," he said of the press in the room.
"I could say it, but I don’t want to say it, but some people said it was the best speech ever made by a president in Europe," he continued, declining to specify who had offered such praise. "But I did not say that. I’m just quoting other people.
"But it was a great day. The two folks — you treated us so great, I’ll never forget it. We won’t forget our trip to Poland. Very, very tremendous, special people."