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"Was one of those. And so the polish president wants to disregard that agreement have a permanent presence of American forces in his country as a check on Russian aggression, obviously, in Moscow that would be seen as something rather provocative. What he spoke today is an enduring presence of American forces. But it's our understanding that they would still be rotational. And the president says he's willing to commit to that. President dude of Poland who is extended invitation to the president to come to Poland for his second trip to that country in September of this year to Mark the eightieth anniversary, the start of World War, Two has said that he is glad for the American present. He hopes it will grow over time. But again, this bit about rotational versus permanent seems not all that important in Moscow. It's, it's certainly Stephen that Moscow is listening to this speech because at one point the polish president, when asked about Russia, said that they were showing. It's very unkind imperial face that's going to be words that's going to ruffle some feathers in Moscow. Well, sure. But also remember how Europeans think the long long Arkansas, and when he's talking about imperialism he's not just talking about what happened in the twentieth, century. But maybe even well before it. So what he says, Putin reminds him of some of the Russian imperialists leaders, or, or perhaps, even invaders that he may have learned about when he was growing up. And so that's what he's concerned about. And that is what he wants the United States to protect him and his countrymen from the president United States, seems interested in helping but only to a point last year when president Duda was here at the White House, he joked that he wanted to build a fort Trump. He would even name it after this president. Is so much of a friend of this president wants to flatter him so much. He actually uttered, the president's campaign slogan here at the rose garden. He said, make America great again. Let's"