When will Americans learn what it means to stay at home?

The idea of staying home was something President Donald Trump used to sell to the American people.

It was something that was easy to believe, he promised, something that would make people feel safe and secure.

But now it is something that we’re facing with the rise of ISIS.

And that is the most frightening thing we’ve ever faced.

We are in a war that is being waged by the Islamic State, which is a terrorist group.

And the fact that the United States is the only country in the world that can stop them, it’s a terrible thing.

That’s why I’m going to be the president of the United State of America.

That is the reality.

And we are going to take the fight to ISIS, and I can promise you that.

But the people of this country are not going to believe it until they see that we are doing it.

And they’re going to understand that when they see what’s going on, they are going on the front lines, too.

We’re going up against an enemy that is, by any measure, a more lethal, more dangerous threat than ISIS.

We can’t afford to take that chance.

We’ve seen the terrorist threat increase over the past two years, and it is on the rise.

So what’s the best way to respond to this threat?

And what is the best approach to dealing with this threat in the United Kingdom, in the Netherlands, in Germany, in Australia, and around the world?

The president and I will be laying out our plan for a national security response.

But we have a responsibility to deal with this problem, and we are taking that responsibility seriously.

This is not a war against some other country.

This threat is an existential threat that is a direct consequence of our policies in the Middle East, our policies around the globe.

And it’s been clear for a long time that the people that are suffering in this region are not the people who were brought into the world in search of a better life.

They were brought in for a purpose.

And as long as that purpose is to overthrow the government, then there is no reason why they should not be allowed to leave.

So this is a matter of basic human decency, and so it’s our obligation to deal.

And what we will be doing is working with the European Union to put forward a plan that addresses these concerns, and will be a major part of our response.

We will also be engaging with NATO allies to make sure that our interests are protected and our allies’ interests are respected.

And our military will be on the alert.

It is a vital role of our military to protect the safety and security of our people.

And so our goal is to make the case that we have an obligation to protect our people and to have a security plan that is effective and effective in terms of its effectiveness.

But it’s also going to make it harder for these terrorists to take advantage of that, because they will be able to exploit these fears.

But I think the real challenge is the way they’ve been able to infiltrate our societies.

They’ve been infiltrating and controlling many different ways.

And their strategy has been to create a global terror movement.

And this is not going away.

It’s going to continue.

The terrorists will continue to plot and to conduct operations around the Earth, and they will continue their attacks, and their attacks will continue.

But they’re not going anywhere.

And in the coming months, I’m confident that the leadership of ISIS will realize that it’s not going anyplace.

And I also think that it is important for our allies to realize that the threats they face are going away because we have made it clear that we do not tolerate their terror and their terrorist actions.

And my commitment to our allies is that we will act against the threats we see coming, and when the time comes that they need to act against their enemies, then they will.

And with the cooperation of our allies, we will take that action, and our resolve will be undiminished.

And once again, I want to thank the Dutch and the British for their cooperation and for their patience in the face of this terrible threat.

But this is the moment for us to take on ISIS.

I want our military, our intelligence agencies, and law enforcement to be able and ready to go to work to stop this threat.

I will never forget the words of President Obama, who said that we would never take our eyes off of the ball.

We cannot leave it.

We must take our boots on the ground and put our boots in the ground.

And then we will stop this terrorism, and the next generation of the American children, will inherit the future of our nation.

Thank you very much.

The president then began a discussion with the leaders of the European countries and other countries of the world about how we can continue to support their security and their economies and their freedom.

And at the end of his remarks, he thanked the leaders for their continued support of our security