The final days of freedom were not the last to come.
The last days of our country are upon us.
The world is watching.
We will soon be witnessing the most extraordinary moment in American history.
As we celebrate this day, we must remember that we are not alone.
It is not only a time for us to be free, but it is also a time to honor and mourn.
There is nothing more American than freedom.
We are an exceptional nation.
We have a tradition of freedom.
In the last days, we will stand united in our belief that we will always stand tall and never let down our guard.
We believe in liberty and the American way.
It has never been easier to be an American.
We stand with the people of Poland, Hungary, Hungary and many other nations that will always be the United States of America.
It will be a day to celebrate and celebrate and be proud of our values.
It can be a time of celebration and hope.
But today, it is a time that will be remembered as a moment of deep pain and deep suffering for many Americans.
It cannot be overstated what is at stake.
The United States has never had a greater opportunity to shape a new future for its people, and the world.
This moment of opportunity is not going to come easily.
It’s going to require a strong and steadfast commitment to a united America, and to a new approach to the world and to the future.
This is the moment of our time.
The American people and their representatives in Congress must act swiftly and decisively to enact the changes needed to create a better future for the United State.
They must enact legislation that puts the interests of the people before the interests and needs of the special interests that have hijacked our country.
I believe that these steps are necessary and are necessary.
We must make clear that no nation can afford to allow its interests to be dictated by special interests.
There can be no more powerful force than our own citizens, and that is what has caused so much pain, division and division throughout our country and throughout the world, for the past 30 years.
I will not let this nation go backward.
The only thing we can do is move forward, and we must do so together.
It takes courage to face up to the consequences of our decisions, but we must also accept the consequences for what we have done.
I cannot be part of the past, but I can do what I can to make sure that we take these difficult steps, but also that we go forward together, as one people, united by our shared love of our common destiny.
Together, we can make America great again.