Speaking to five branches of the military serving overseas via satellite from Mar-a-Lago, President Donald Trump highlighted how the U.S. military is "really winning" since he took office.
Speaking from a gilded room at his Mar-a-Lago club, Trump said: "We're not fighting anymore to just walk around, we're fighting to win, and you people are really, you've turned it around over the last three to four months like nobody's seen, and they are talking about it, so thank you very much".
In an address in which bragged about a soaring stock market, record job figures, and "big, lovely fat tax cuts" the military personnel could look forward to at home, he also claimed USA forces were repeatedly defeating Isis militants - something he also sought to take credit for.
He claimed United States marines had scored "defeat after defeat" on Isis, something he said was possible because of a strategy he put in place.
Following the call, Trump went to help hand out food to Coast Guardsmen in Riviera Beach, Florida. He said they were "fighting for something good". "We want to let you win", Trump said, referencing the Obama administration. They were letting you play even.
After leaving the Coast Guard facility, Trump and his motorcade headed for Trump International Golf Club, the Associated Press reported.
Retired Lieutenant General Mark Hertling appeared on CNN Thursday to discuss President Donald Trump's Thanksgiving call to USA service members - and called the president's remarks "somewhat insulting" and "off-kilter". "When we sell to other countries - you never know about an ally - an ally can turn", he said.
The President is spending Thanksgiving at his resort in West Palm Beach. Everybody in this country is watching and they are seeing positive reports for a change.
President Donald Trump wished the media a Happy Thanksgiving on Thursday and then joked he was firing them.
He was spotted on surveillance video driving a 2015 silver Dodge Dart with a Florida license plate of DLLT42, police said. Customs and Border Protection as he tried to enter Canada from the Buffalo area, according to the Jacksonville, Fla .
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Poff is also charged with false declaration of bankruptcy on two counts, and supplemental nutrition assistance program fraud. A search of Poff's home turned up a trove of fireworks in the garage, according to court records.
School administrators confirmed that police had taken action against a teacher but declined to provide further detail. The teacher identified by police as Samantha Cox, teaches at Lake Central High School in St.
The findings are in a new study in the journal Science Advances that used five years of data from a satellite launched in 2011. The major cause for diminishing nights is artificial lighting during night-time - the newest concern of scientists today.
Mrs Merkel's change of mind comes as a recent poll revealed almost two-thirds of Germans would back another general election. Merkel's conservatives have pushed to curb migrant flows and are keen to ensure that Germany sticks to a balanced budget.
There are no police reports, according to Meadows, although the incident is under review from the European Central Bank . It is claimed there was an incident in a bar in Perth during England's pre-series tour match against Cricket Australia .
He was a part of two national championship teams in 2006 and 2008, when he served as Urban Meyer's offensive coordinator. During his time with the Rebels, Mullen has an overall record of 69-46, including a 33-39 mark in conference play.
USS Ronald Reagan (CVN 76) led combined search and rescue efforts with units from the Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force (JMSDF). The Navy has said that the families of the missing sailors have been notified that they were unaccounted for after the crash.
According to the reports, the USA has accused RT, formerly known as Russia Today , of being a propaganda outlet for the Kremlin. On November 15, the third and final reading of the bill was approved by Russia's lower house of parliament, State Duma.