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My first priority is my family.
My heart goes out to them all,” Trump said at the White House.
He added, “This is a terrible time for our country.”
He said he was happy to see that Americans had rallied around the president and his agenda.
He said Americans had responded to the tragedy and the news coverage, and he felt “the country is on the right track.””
This is one of the greatest stories in our country’s history.
And we are going to make America great again,” he said.
He also praised the military.”
This country is one that has been so much stronger than it was a few days ago.
I’m glad to see this nation so unified.
I love our soldiers.
I think our troops are doing a great job.
I am really proud of the way we are handling it,” he added.
Trump said the United States will continue to fight against ISIS, even if he was not able to win the election, but added, he wants to focus on other issues.
The president also said the U.K. will have a vote on whether to leave the European Union on Thursday.”
I have not made any final decisions about my future plans, but we will have the opportunity to have that vote on Thursday,” Trump told reporters.