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Here’s what you need to know.
The president began the day by saying, “The American people are proud of us.
They are proud that our government is strong and our nation is unified.
But let me also say, and this is something that is not being spoken out loud, we will be judged on our work, and our actions, not by our words.
And the only way to ensure that we’re judged on the facts is to get the facts.
The facts are in our favor.”
The president continued, “We will do it through an open, transparent process, not through politics, and it is our job to get that done.
That means letting all Americans know that we will do everything possible to bring those people who were wronged to justice.
And we will continue to fight for every American, including the very hardworking Americans who worked so hard for our country.
So this is a great day for the American people, and I look forward to seeing what the American voters decide.”
The President continued by saying he wants to “take back America.”
“It is my privilege to serve as president, and my intention is to use every tool in my power to make our country stronger, better and fairer,” he said.
“I’m confident that our country is stronger because of our strong military, because of the respect we have for the law and the rule of law, and because we’ve built a strong, prosperous and strong economy.
And I think it’s going to continue to be that way.”
In his speech, the President also said that he will not accept political donations from foreign governments.
He did say that he has a “very strong relationship” with Russian President Vladimir Putin, who is a strong supporter of the President.
The President also thanked his supporters, saying that he’s “thankful that every American who has donated to the campaign, to the RNC, to every individual, that they are proud to have helped me get elected.”
The speech ended with the president saying that the American government needs “to get back to work.”