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Terrorism, bureaucracy threats to West: Trump

West can prevail only if nations cling tight to values of faith, family and freedom, he says in a speech in Warsaw

Mr Trump and First Lady Melania Trump at Krasinski Square in Warsaw. He stopped in Poland on the way to a G-20 meeting in Germany that promises to be contentious, as he is at odds with the leaders of the world's largest economies on issues from climate change to trade.


US President Donald Trump told a Warsaw crowd on Thursday that Western nations must stand up to the twin evils of terrorism and stifling government bureaucracies that squelch individual liberty - or risk perishing from the Earth.

In a speech that sometimes echoed the dark...