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President Trump Makes Remarks at the Liberty University Commencement Ceremony

President Trump Makes Remarks at the Liberty University Commencement Ceremony

Thank you very much, everybody. And congratulations
to the class of 2017. That’s some achievement. (Applause.) This is your day and you’ve earned every minute of it. And I’m thrilled to
be back at Liberty University, I’ve been here, this is now my third time, and we love setting records, right. We always set records. We have to set records,
we have no choice. It’s been a little over a
year since I’ve spoken on your beautiful campus
and so much has changed. Right here, the class of
2017 dressed in cap and gown, graduating to a
totally brilliant future. And here I am standing
before you as President of the United States, so I’m
guessing, there are some people here today who
thought that either one of those things, either one,
would really require major help from God. Do we agree? And we got it. But here we are
celebrating together on this very joyous occasion,
and there is no place in the world I’d rather be to
give my first commencement address as President than
here with my wonderful friends at Liberty
University. (Applause.) And I accepted this
invitation a long time ago. I said to Jerry that I’d
be there, and when I say something, I mean it. (Applause.) I want to thank President
Jerry Falwell and his incredible wife, Becky —
stand up, Becky — for their kind words, their
steadfast support, and their really
wonderful friendship. Let me also extend our
appreciation to the entire Falwell family, Trey,
Sarah, Wesley, Laura, and Caroline, thank you for
everything you do to make this university so exceptional, one of the truly great, great schools. Most importantly, to our
new graduates, each of you should take immense pride
in what you have achieved. There’s another group of
amazing people we want to celebrate today and they
are the ones who have made this journey possible for
you, and you know who that is? Nobody, you
forgot already. You’re going to go out,
you’re going to do whatever you’re going to
do, some are going to make a lot of money, some are
going to be even happier doing other things —
they’re your parents and your grandparents,
don’t forget them. You haven’t forgotten
yet, have you? Never, ever forget
them, they’re great. And especially this
weekend, let’s make sure we give a really extra
special thanks to the moms. Don’t forget our moms,
because graduates, today is your day. Today is your day. But in all of this
excitement, don’t forget that tomorrow is
Mother’s Day, right? I had a great mother,
she’s looking down, now but I had a great mother. I always loved
Mother’s Day. We’re also deeply honored
to be joined by some of the nearly 6000 service
members, military veterans and military spouses
who are receiving their diplomas today. Will you please stand. Please stand. Wow. (Applause.) That’s great. Thank you very
much, great job. We’re profoundly grateful
to every single one of you who sacrificed to keep us
safe and protect God’s precious gift of freedom. It is truly a testament to this university and to the values that you embrace
that your graduating class includes so many patriots
who have served our country in uniform. Thank you very much. To the class of 2017,
today you end one chapter but you are about to begin
the greatest adventure of your life. Just think for a moment of
how blessed you are to be here today at this great,
great university, living in this amazing country,
surrounded by people who you love and care
about so much. Then ask yourself, with
all of those blessings, and all of the blessings
that you’ve been given, what will you give back to
this country and, indeed, to the world? What imprint will you
leave in the sands of history? What will future Americans
say we did in our brief time right here on Earth? Did we take risks? Did we dare to
defy expectations? Did we challenge accepted
wisdom and take on established systems? I think I did, but we all
did and we’re all doing it. Or did we just go along
with convention, swim downstream, so easily with
the current and just give in because it was the easy way, it was the traditional way or it was the accepted way? Remember this, nothing
worth doing ever, ever, ever came easy. Following your convictions
means you must be willing to face criticism from
those who lack the same courage to do what is
right — and they know what is right, but they
don’t have the courage or the guts or the stamina
to take it and to do it. It’s called the
road less traveled. I know that each of you
will be a warrior for the truth, will be a warrior
for our country, and for your family. I know that each of you
will do what is right, not what is the easy way, and
that you will be true to yourself, and your
country, and your beliefs. In my short time in
Washington, I’ve seen firsthand how the
system is broken. A small group of failed
voices who think they know everything and understand
everyone want to tell everybody else how to live
and what to do and how to think. But you aren’t going to
let other people tell you what you believe,
especially when you know that you’re right. (Applause.) And those of you
graduating here today, who have given half a million
hours of charity last year alone, unbelievable amount
of work and charity and few universities or
colleges can claim anything even close, we
don’t need a lecture from Washington on how
to lead our lives. I’m standing here looking
at the next generation of American leaders. There may very well be a
president or two in our midst. Anybody think they’re
going to be president, raise your hand. (Applause.) In your hearts, are
inscribed the values of service, sacrifice
and devotion. Now, you must go forth
into the world and turn your hopes and
dreams into action. America has always been
the land of dreams because America is a nation
of true believers. When the pilgrims landed
at Plymouth they prayed. When the founders wrote
the Declaration of Independence, they invoked
our creator four times, because in America we
don’t worship government, we worship God. (Applause.) That is why our elected
officials put their hands on the Bible and say, “So
help me God,” as they take the oath of office. It is why our currency proudly declares, “In God we trust,” and it’s why we
proudly proclaim that we are one nation under God
every time we say the Pledge of Allegiance. (Applause.) The story of America is
the story of an adventure that began with deep
faith, big dreams and humble beginnings. That is also the story
of Liberty University. When I think about the
visionary founder of this great institution,
Reverend Jerry Falwell Sr., I can only imagine
how excited he would be if he could see all of this
and all of you today, and how proud he would be of
his son and of his family. In just two days, we will
mark the 10th anniversary of Reverend Falwell’s
passing, and I used to love watching him on
television, hearing him preach, he was a
very special man. He would be so proud
not just at what you’ve achieved but of the young
men and women of character that you’ve all become. And Jerry, I know your dad
is looking down on you right now and he is proud,
he is very proud, so congratulations on
a great job, Jerry. (Applause.) Reverend Falwell’s life is
a testament to the power of faith to
change the world. The inspiring legacy that
we see all around us in this great stadium — this
is a beautiful stadium and it is packed. I’m so happy about that. I said, “How are you going
to fill up a place like that?” It is packed, Jerry. (Laughter.) In this beautiful campus
and in your smiling faces but it all began
with a vision. That vision was of a world
class university for evangelical Christians. And I want to thank you,
because boy did you come out and vote, those of you
that are old enough, in other words, your parents. (Applause.) Boy oh boy, you
voted, you voted. No doubt many people
told him his vision was impossible, and I am sure
they continued to say that so long after he started,
at the beginning with just 154 students, but the
fact is no one has ever achieved anything
significant without a chorus of critics
standing on the sidelines explaining why
it can’t be done. Nothing is easier or more
pathetic than being a critic, because they’re
people that can’t get the job done. But the future belongs to
the dreamers, not to the critics. the future belongs to the
people who follow their heart no matter what the
critics say because they truly believe
in their vision. At Liberty, your leaders
knew from the very beginning that a strong
athletic program would help this campus grow so
that this school might transform more lives. That is why a crucial part
of Reverend Falwell’s vision for making Liberty
a world-class institution was having a world-class
football team much like the great teams of Notre
Dame, great school, great place, in fact, Vice
President Mike Pence is there today doing a
fabulous job as he always does. (Applause.) A few years ago, the New
York Times even wrote a story on the great
ambitions of the Liberty Flames. That story prompted a
longtime president of another school to write
a letter to Jerry. It’s a letter that
Reverend Falwell would have been very, very
pleased to read. Jerry tells me that letter
now hangs in the wall in the boardroom of your
great university. It came from the late
Father Theodore Hesper, who was the beloved president of the University of Notre Dame, 35 years ago. Like this school’s
founder, he was a truly kindhearted man of
very, very deep faith. In the letter, Father
Hesper recalled that Notre Dame’s own meteoric rise
from a small Midwestern school to a national
football powerhouse. And then he wrote
something so amazing and generous. He wrote, “I think you are
on that same trajectory now and I want to wish you
all the best and encourage you from the starting and
from being able to start very small and arriving
in the big time.” Thanks to hard work, great
faith, and incredible devotion those dreams
have come true. As of February of this
year, the Liberty Flames are playing in the FBS,
the highest level of competition in
NCAA football. (Applause.) Don’t, don’t clap,
that could be tough. Don’t clap. That could be tough. I’m a little worried. I don’t want to look at
some of those scores here. Jerry, you sure you know
what you’re doing here? (Laughter.) Those other players are
big and fast and strong but I have a feeling you’re going to do very well, right? From the most humble
roots, you’ve become a powerhouse in both
education and sports. And just wait until the
world hears the football teams you’ll be playing
on your schedule starting next season. President Falwell gave me
a list of some of those schools, the ones you’re
going to be playing 2018. Would you like me
to read the names? Just came out, would
you like to hear them? I’m a little
bit concerned. (Applause.) UMass, Virginia, Auburn —
Jerry, are you sure you know what you’re doing? (Laughter.) Jerry, Auburn? I don’t know
about that James. This could be
trouble, Jerry. Rutgers, Old Dominion,
Brigham Young, Army — I might be at that game, who
am I supposed to root for? Tell me. I don’t know. That’s a tough one, Jerry. I don’t know, Jerry, I’m
going to have to think about that one, Jerry. Buffalo, Troy, Virginia
Tech — oh no, Jerry, Ole Miss and Wake Forest,
those are really top schools. maybe in four or five
years I’ll come to a game, right, you’ll build it up. Well, good luck. The success of your
athletic program arriving on the big stage should be
a reminder to every new graduate of just what you
can achieve when you start small, pursue a big vision
and never, ever quit. You never quit. If I give you one message
to hold in your hearts today, it’s this. Never, ever give up. There will be times in
your life you’ll want to quit, you’ll want to go
home, you’ll want to go home perhaps to that
wonderful mother that’s sitting back there
watching you and say, “Mom, I can’t do it. I can’t do it.” Just never quit. Go back home and tell mom,
dad, “I can do it, I can do it.” I will do it, you’re
going to be successful. I’ve seen so many
brilliant people, they gave up in life, they were
totally brilliant, they were top of their class,
they were the best students, they were the
best of everything, they gave up. I’ve seen others who
really didn’t have that talent or that ability and
they’re among the most successful people today
in the world because they never quit and
they never gave up. So, just remember that. Never stop fighting for
what you believe in and for the people who
care about you. Carry yourself with
dignity and pride. Demand the best from
yourself and be totally unafraid to challenge
entrenched interests and failed power structures. Does that sound
familiar by the way? The more people tell you
it’s not possible, that it can’t be done, the more
you should be absolutely determined to
prove them wrong. Treat the word
“impossible” as nothing more than motivation. Relish the opportunity
to be an outsider. Embrace that label —
being an outsider is fine, embrace the label —
because it’s the outsiders who change the world
and who make a real and lasting difference. The more that a broken
system tells you that you’re wrong, the more
certain you should be that you must keep pushing
ahead, you must keep pushing forward. And always have the
courage to be yourself. Most importantly, you
have to do what you love. You have to do
what you love. I’ve seen so many people,
they’re forced through lots of reasons, sometimes
including family, to go down a path that they
don’t want to go down, to go down a path that leads
them to something that they don’t love, that
they don’t enjoy. You have to do what you
love, or you most likely won’t be very
successful at it. So, do what you love. I want to recognize a
friend who is here with us today, who can serve as
an inspiration to us all. Someone who doesn’t know
the meaning of the word “quit.” Real champion. A true, true champion. Both on the field, off the
field, he’s a Hall of Fame quarterback for the
Buffalo Bills, really a good friend of mine, an
amazing guy, Jim Kelly, where is Jim, he’s
here some place. Where is Jim,
stand up, Jim. What a great man. Jim Kelly, he was tough. (Applause.) Jim, do you have any idea
how much money you’d be making today? They’d hit Jim, it
was like tackling a linebacker. They’d hit Jim, four guy,
five guys that weighed 320, and he’d just keep
going down the field. He was much more
than a quarterback. He had tremendous heart
and he knew how to win. Jim is tough, and his
toughest fight of all was that he beat cancer
not once, but twice. (Applause.) And I saw him and his
incredible wife as they were in a very low moment,
Jill, very, very low moment, and it was amazing
the way they fought. It didn’t look good, I
would have said, maybe, maybe it’s not
going to happen. But there was always that
hope because of Jim and Jim’s heart. But I want to just say
it’s great to have you here today, Jim, and these
people are big, big fans and if you can get a young
version of Jim Kelly, you’ll be beating a
lot of teams, Jerry. (Applause.) So, interestingly, though,
I said, “I wonder what Jim’s doing here,” his
daughter Erin crosses the goal line to you and today
with you so, Erin, stand up. Where are you, Erin? Where is Erin? Congratulations, Erin. Congratulations. Graduating from Liberty. Great choice, thank you. (Applause.) Liberty University is a
place where they really have true champions and
you have a simple creed that you live by, to be,
really, champions for Christ. Whether you’re called to
be a missionary overseas, to shepherd a church or
to be a leader in your community, you are living
witness of the gospel message of faith,
hope and love. And I must tell you I am
so proud as your President to have helped you along
over the past short period of time. I said I was going to do
it, and Jerry, I did it. And a lot of people are
very happy with what’s taken place, especially
last week, we did some very important
signings, right James? Very important signings. America is better when
people put their faith into action. As long as I am your
President, no one is ever going to stop you from
practicing your faith or from preaching
what’s in your heart. (Applause.) We will always stand up
for the right of all Americans to pray to
God and to follow his teachings. America is beginning
a new chapter. Today, each of you begins
a new chapter as well. When your story goes from
here, it will be defined by your vision, your
perseverance and your grit. That’s a word Jim Kelly
knows very well, your grit. In this, I’m reminded of
another man you know very well and who has
joined us here today. His name is George Rogers,
Liberty University CFO and vice president for a
quarter of a century. During World War
II, George spent three-and-a-half years
as a prisoner of war. He saw many of his fellow
soldiers die during the Bataan death march. He was the victim of
starvation and torture as a prisoner of war. When he was finally set
free he weighed just 85 pounds and was told he
would not live past the age of 40. Today, George is
98 years old. (Applause.) Great. (Applause.) That’s so great, George. If anyone ever had reason
to quit, to give in to the bitterness and anger that
we all face at some point, to lose hope in God’s
vision for his life, it was indeed George Rogers. But that’s not
what he did. He stood up for his
country, he stood up for his community. He stood up for his
family and he defended civilization against a
tide of barbarity, the kind of barbarity we’re
seeing today and we’ve been witnessing over the
last number of years and I just want to tell you as
your President, we are doing very, very well in
countering it, so you just hang in there. Things are going along
very, very well. You’ll be hearing a lot
about it next week from our generals Things are
going along very, very well. Through it all, he kept
his faith in God, even in the darkest
depths of despair. Like so many others of his
generation, George came home to a nation full of
optimism and pride and began to live out
the American dream. He started a family, he
discovered God’s plan for him and pursued that
vision with all his might, pouring his passion into
a tiny college in a place called Lynchburg, Virginia. Did you ever hear of that? Lynchburg? We love, we love it. Do you like it? We like it, right? I flew over it a
little while ago. It’s amazing, actually. What started as a dream
with a few good friends he helped shepherd into
the largest Christian university in the world. Just look at this amazing,
soaring, growing campus and I’ve been watching it
grow because I’ve been a friend of Liberty for a
long time, now, Jerry. It’s been a long time. Thanks in great part
George’s financial stewardship, hundreds of
thousands of young hearts and souls have been
enriched at Liberty and inspired by the
spirit of God. George, we thank you, and
we salute you, and you just stay healthy for a
long time, George, thank you. (Applause.) Now, it falls on the
shoulders of each of you here today to protect the
freedom that patriots like George earned with their
incredible sacrifice. Fortunately, you have been
equipped with the tools from your time right here
on this campus to make the right decisions and to
serve God, family and country. As you build good lives, you will also be rebuilding our nation. You’ll be leaders in your
communities, stewards of great institutions and
defenders of liberty and you will be great
mothers and fathers and grandmothers and
grandfathers, loving friends and loving
family members. You will build a future
where we have the courage to chase our dreams no
matter what the cynics and the doubters have to say. You will have the
confidence to speak the hopes in your hearts and
to express the love that stirs your souls. And you will have the
faith to replace a broken establishment with a
government that serves and protects the people. (Applause.) We must always remember
that we share one home and one glorious destiny,
whether we are brown, black, or white. We all bleed the same
red blood of patriots. We all salute the same
great American flag, and we are all made by the
same almighty God. (Applause.) As you remember what you have learned here at Liberty, as long as you have pride in your beliefs, courage in your convictions and faith in your God, then you will not fail. (Applause.) And as long as America
remains true to its values, loyal to its
citizens, and devoted to its creator, then our best
days are yet to come, I can promise you that. (Applause.) This has been an
exceptional morning. It’s been a great honor
for me and I want to thank you, the students. I also want to thank you,
the family, for getting them there, and I want to
thank and congratulate Liberty. May God bless the
class of 2017. May God bless the United
States of America. May God bless all
of you here today. Thank you very
much, thank you.

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  1. The Deep State had better learn to mind its place as subservient to the American people and this Constitution or they may well find themselves on the end of a short rope and a long pole. The American people will defend the lawfully-elected President Trump and lawfully seek out and destroy any bureaucrat engaged in overt insubordination to same for sedition and treason against the people and the rule of law. Right now the president is appointing judges who will follow the rule of law; those judges may well decide the fate of many a Deep State traitor lurking within the Swamp today – and rightly so. We are a nation of laws, not of an out-of-touch effete that seeks to run roughshod over the will of the electorate. #MAGA

  2. I think nuking NKs government 5times over would be great… ACTUALLY! And free the people.. they had guts to nuke Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Why not Pyongyang? You are a JOKE!

  3. Mr. President keep the inspirational speeches coming! This is one of the best inspirational speeches I've heard from a president that I have taken to heart, coming from you it means a lot! (Because your not a lying politician!)
    We American need this!!! Please inspire us more!!
    #MAGA (#make Americans great again)

  4. Jesus saith unto him, I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me.
    John 14:6 KJV

  5. Commie Comey had to go for 3 reasons:
    4th Amendment
    5th Amendment
    14th Amendment

    Any DOJ official who does not believe in privacy, the protections against illegal search and seizure or equal protection under law cannot hold office; this applies even more to the 4 Associate US Justices who believe that the 2nd Amendment gives no rights to any individual; thank God for Trump, thank God for Gorsuch, impeach Chief US Justice Roberts and replace him with Andrew Napolitano or Ted Cruz

  6. So you are going to remove your entire staff and fill it with kids under the age of 35? LMFAO! You are going to lead us right in to WW3 aren't you? I wished I never voted for this billionaire dumb paranoid narcissistic man child. Rosie O' Donnell was right. Melania file for divorce ASAP!

  7. USA corp and world gov are all under the Vatican! All participating in Satanism to include, pedophila, human sacrifice, and canniblism. They have to be FUCKING WIPED OFF EARTH! USA corp – stealing your kids for decades!

  8. This speech is so worth your time to watch, listen and learn who our President is as he  speaks from his heart to encourage the grads with his own faith, wisdom and strength.

  9. thank you donald for a fabulous speech once again, now i think it's high time your grubby digits retract themselves from my anal cavity

  10. This video is like a fountain of living water. The "swamp" can not live in the presence of GOD. Just give it time, keep praying, the power of GOD over America is brilliant and shinning bright and the cock roaches are on the run! They are fleeing into their own darkness. Let them get replaced by young upcoming bright and shinning patriots!

  11. Amen! Amen! "In America, we don't worship government, we worship God." This is MY President! The man does not stop! This time the President is inspiring the graduates of Liberty University. President Trump you are working hard for the American people like no one before! These graduates know it and more and more people are seeing the truth for themselves every day! Sadly, mainstream media will not show what has to be one of the most inspirational commencement speeches in recent years. I am blessed I was able to hear it here. God bless you, Mr. President and God bless the United States of America! #Blacks4Trump

  12. Behead the criminal terrorist Donald trump!
    North Korea will nuke the shit out of the American government!

  13. tremendous friends, wonderful, the best you've ever seen, amazing, the best you've ever seen and on and on…..all speeches about everyone looks and sounds like this.

  14. If you cross the North Korean border illegally, you get 12 years hard labor.

    If you cross the Iranian border illegally, you are detained indefinitely. If you cross the Afghan border illegally, you get shot. If you cross the Saudi Arabian border illegally, you will be jailed. If you cross the Chinese border illegally, you may never be heard from again. If you cross the Venezuelan border illegally, you will be branded a spy and your fate will be sealed If you cross the Mexican border illegally, you will be thrown into a political prison to rot. If you cross the U.S. border illegally, you get: 1. A job, 2. a drivers license, 3. a social security card, 4. welfare, 5. food stamps, 6. credit cards, 7. subsidized rent or a loan to buy a house, 8. free education, 9. free health care, 10. a lobbyist in Washington, 11. billions of dollars worth of public documents printed in your language, 12. and the right to carry your country's flag while you protest that you don't get enough respect. 13. You get to commit crimes against America and Americans, And you get protection from Liberals/democrats. Heres a few facts on how Mexico treats Guatemaleans, Hondurans, Nicaragurans and others who cross their southern border illegally. * Mexico forbids illegal immigrants. The penalty for crossing the border illegally is a felony and two years in prison. * Mexico fines or puts illegal aliens in prison if they commit marriage fraud for citizenship * Mexico fines or puts illegal aliens in prison if they commit document fraud. * Mexico puts illegal aliens in jail for TEN years if they re-enter the country illegally for a second time after deportation.

  15. Mexican American from California,
    President please stop the daily White House briefings, send a tweet or do a video on you tube. Thank you for your service president Trump!

  16. God Bless America While Places As Liberty University Keep Shining For The True & Living God While Our President & Others Elect BELIEVE TO BE HOLY IN ALL U DO & ACTIONS SPEAK LOUDER THAN WORDS

  17. If South Korea surrendered it's land temperately, in some sort of borrow agreement, and the United States flag and military become on it, and Trump governed it for a season. Then what, North Korea?

  18. The modern liberal Democrats are the largest foreign lobbyist group in the United States. They will lobby for anyone but the citizens of the United States. They will lobby for any other culture and heritage except the culture and heritage of the United States.

  19. The Labour party in the UK and the Democrats in the USA are two heads of the same beast. Both are very pro-immigrants especially from the "religion of peace" which is anything but. They do not value the safety of their own citizens and prioritize alien culture. Here, the BBC is basically identical to CNN, they may as well be joined at the hip. BBC hates Brexit and Trump with a vengeance. All the leftist organizations are fans of the Open Borders Society, which will likely end up being the end of us all.

  20. Just One Opinion: The Government is not responsible for providing the Media dog and pony show for media's profit.Taxpayers should not be providing this media spin circus. Discontinue Press Briefings and provide a written statement directly to the VOTERS They can take it any way they want to without spin.

  21. Senator for South Carolina – Trey Gowdy. Clear, clean, and efficient
    LOGIC… extremely effective for the people.

  22. God helps people restore love in their hearts… I haven't been too religious in a very long time but I appreciate this speech ❤

  23. President Kennedy made very similar speeches in his time. Both Trump and he value vision, truth, hope and the triumph of the human spirit over adversity.. May Trump succeed where Kennedy failed.

  24. I love his recognizing GOD in our Country, unlike Obama who wanted to remove all resemblance of him throughout the Country.

  25. It would have been funny seeing Hillarys stupid head bobbling and her gaping mouth open behind that podium.

  26. U Penn is too scared to invite Drumpf to speak at their commencement Oh, make sure you apply to Trump University because we will teach you how to make money. But first, you have to give us your money.

  27. They need to put a Giant Circus Tent over the White House that says "The trump Circus starring trump
     as BOZO THE CLOWN!!!!!!! "

  28. A historic moment. Commencement address deliverd by a man who paid a $25 million settlement to end the fraud cases pending against his defunct real estate seminar program, Trump University.

  29. Thank you Sir TRUMP for these inspirational truthful words you speak…… we love you Sir!!!❤️✝️📖🇺🇸⭐️

  30. One of his best speeches especially the part when he says in American we don't worship government but we worship god !!

  31. Class is back in the White House – Thank You FLOTUS Melania Trump for giving everything that "Melania Touch" and bringing dignity, class, prestige to our White House. God Bless You.

  32. I will give credit where credit is due…He HAS inspired every young person there and across the country that they too may have a shot at the Presidency someday…because if THIS knowledge avoiding, illiterate, narcissistic man child can get elected ANYONE can!!!

  33. Thank you President Trump for honoring the smart and honorable students, the great Godly hard working honest citizens. The best type of Americans. Those who keep the laws, love truth, know our great Judeo Christian history, love our nation and walk in virtues.

  34. President Trump is such a solid man. He is clearly an American. He has a pride of free enterprise. The USA is awesome. We are not perfect.

  35. if America was all white Trump would not be president.
    he only got voted in by whites who hate people who look different

  36. Your speech is thoughtful and well-researched. As a Liberty grad, I am so very impressed and proud. THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU!!!

  37. thanks for the daily/hourly manufactured dilemmas! please stop spraying us! wouldn't you agree only a crock of psychopaths could be behind such a thing? you make this country great.

  38. American citizens and legal immigrant Christians thank you President Trump. God Bless President Trump and God Bless America.

  39. Read: Tupper Saucy's Rulers of Evil. US Gov't according to World Bank is in interregnum. See Karen Hudes,senior counsel.

  40. I love my POTUS!! Congratulations, Liberty University Grads!! You're amazing Mr. President. How do you do it?

  41. I know that this man cares about the direction of our
    country. My friends on the left give him a chance and if he really screws up I
    will be the first to say through him out. I did my best to understand Obama until
    all he was doing bowing to nearly everyone and going to a fund raiser?

  42. I'm happy that he's proud of his religion and speaks of it I love when people speak with devotion about their religion I want to respect this president and feel safe but all the rumors that went around about electrocuting gays makes me nervous….

  43. This is the greatest President and Presidency in my lifetime! Thank you Mr. President Donald J. Trump! God Bless you and God Bless America! Down with treason and traitors!

  44. Elite POLITIK Indonesia yaitu Monopoli, Manipulasi, Kudeta, Sabotase, Perang ,,,,, artikan hei my family yang punya legalitas dunia ,,,, biar tahu ada apa islam di surat Muhammad mereka sendiri yang memerintahkan manusia untuk Berperang hei Manusia pengikut para pendahulu pengikut Muhammad, itu yang mengajarkan kita untuk saling apa coba ???

  45. We can now see who rode the short bus to school……Liberals and DemoRats………Welfare receipents…..Need I say more?

  46. Go ahead Mr President, the USA and the world need you. Do not hear the voices of envy and hate. The mayority of the world need you. I pray for you and know we will be triunfant 'cause God is with you. Trust in Him & He will guide you. Keep your eyes on your goal wich is our goal. Be strong, this period will pass, and everybody will have to accept they were wrong. Blessings.

  47. The president told people what they wanted to hear. That's how easy it is to manipulate a religious person.

  48. Psalm 137, which celebrates this terrible revenge: "Happy is he who repays you for what you have done to us / He who seizes your infants and dashes them against the rocks."

  49. Man I love to see Mr Trump at Liberty University, God Bless you sir please tell the students we will be saying "Your Fired", to this federal govt.. it would be great to start making a firing list it would be an honor to help our president with this. #MAGA

  50. Dont forget liberty of palestine people…………………………………………………(a) UN Security Council resolutions:

    Resolution 242 (1967), calling for the withdrawal of Israel at the pre-1967 borders.

    Resolution 252 (1968) Denounced Israel's military actions.

    Resolution 253 (1968), which called on Israel to dissolve all its arbitrary measures to change the status of the city.

    Resolution 271 (1969) condemning the burning of the mosque al-Aqsa and profanity of sacred places by Zionist forces.

    Resolution 465 (1980), demands that Israel dismantle existing settlements and halt the planning and construction of settlements in the occupied territories, including Jerusalem.

    Resolution 476 (1980), declaring the Israeli actions null and void to change the character of Jerusalem.

    Resolution 478 (1980), including the non-recognition of the Israeli law on Jerusalem, and the call for States to withdraw their diplomatic missions from the city.

    of resolution 672 (1990), denouncing the massacre that took place in Al-Aqsa Mosque and Jerusalem, and affirming the position of the Security Council that Jerusalem is a occupied area.

    Resolution 1073 (1996), which calls for immediate termination and reversal of the opening of a tunnel entrance in the vicinity of the al-Aqsa mosque, which resulted in a large number of deaths and injuries among Palestinian citizens.

    Resolution 1322 (2000) and deplores the provocative behaviour of Ariel Sharon's entrance to al-Haram al-Sharif and acts of violence that killed 80 Palestinians.

    Resolution 1397 (2002), which called on the Palestinian and Israeli parties to resume negotiations on a political settlement.

    Resolution 2334 in 2016, which confirmed that the establishment of Israel as settlements in the Palestinian territories occupies since 1967–including East Jerusalem–has no legal validity, and demanded that Israel immediately all settlements Activities and no changes in the borders of June 4, 1967 recognizes.

    B General Assembly resolutions:

    Resolution 181 (1947), known as the "Law of Division", which recognized the distribution of the Palestinian land in an Arab state and a Jewish state, with the status of Jerusalem, Bethlehem and neighboring areas under international guardianship, but it is a Unjust and null decision.

    Resolution 303 years 1949-1948 the General Assembly does not recognise Israel's declaration of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.

    Resolution 2253 of 1967, which deplores Israel's decision to apply Israeli law to East Jerusalem, which the General Assembly has deemed to be illegal.

    Resolution 51/36 of 1981, it believes that any changes in the area of Jerusalem are illegal and against the law and that such acts are an obstacle to achieving a just and comprehensive peace.

    Resolution 55/130 in 2001 calls on Israel to provide the necessary facilities to the Special Committee to Investigate Israeli Practices Affecting the Human Rights of the Palestinian people in the Palestinian territory, including Jerusalem.

    Resolution 10-14 in 2003, in which the General Assembly asked the International Court of Justice to give a quick opinion on the construction of the wall in the Palestinian territories and around East Jerusalem, and the rules and principles of international Right in this respect.

    Resolution 104/60 in 2006, in which the General Assembly asked the Special Committee to examine the Israeli practices influencing human rights to continue its work until the full end of the Israeli occupation.

    Resolution 98/70 of 2015, which deplored settlement activities in the occupied Palestinian area and the expansion of settlements in and around East Jerusalem occupied, and deplored the continued illegal building of Israel from the wall.

    Resolution 96/71 in 2016, which includes the assertion that the Geneva Convention relating to the Protection of civil persons in time of War, of 12 August 1949, applies to the Occupied Palestinian Territory, including East Jerusalem.

    C UNESCO Resolutions:

    Resolution 150 in 1996, it is stated that old Jerusalem is on the list of endangered world heritage and deplores the opening of a tunnel by the Israeli authorities along the Western wall of Haram al-Sharif.

    Resolution 159 (2000), which expressed the concerns of UNESCO about measures that still hinder the free access of the Palestinians to the city of Jerusalem and the sacred places in ancient Jerusalem.

    Resolution 184 (2010), which expressed serious concern about the Israeli excavations and excavations are carried out in the buildings of the al-Aqsa Mosque and the Old City of Jerusalem, contrary to the resolutions of the UNESCO, the United Nations and the Security Council.

    Resolution 192 (2014), in which the United Nations Educational, scientific and cultural organisations

    Resolution 192 (2014), in which the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) deplores Israel's failure to stop the excavations that continue to run in the city of East Jerusalem, and deplores the persistent Unilateral Israeli measures and practices and raids by settlers in East Jerusalem.

    2015 resolution 196 condemning Israel's refusal to carry out earlier UNESCO resolutions on Jerusalem.

    Resolution 2002016 condemning the storming of the mosque al-Aqsa by the utter right of the Zionist.

  51. Thank you Jesus for showing Trump followers what a con-man he really is. Hiding behind the flag and the Lord, so so disgusting

  52. the 2017 members could now say their kids TRUMP one of the greatest president in the history of the US gave the commencement address.

  53. Trump is so great hes a true american and the guy is from New York! And people need to stop hating on him because he is doing a good job and has so much heart and i love this inspiring speech!

  54. Most inspiring speech ever from the Man himself who knows so much about critics and challenges in life. his most inspiring words, ' Never ever give up or quit" . I am reminded of these words every time i find life to be harsh. Thank you, President Trump. God bless you.

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