Polish President, PM Said Unwelcome At White House Over Holocaust Law

A leading news site in Poland on Monday said it had obtained documents suggesting the country’s highest officials were not welcome at the White House over a law limiting discourse on World War II, Times of Israel reports.
The documents, which the news site Onet did not describe in its March 5 report, indicate that President Andrzej Duda and Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki will not be received by US President Donald Trump or any other member of his administration, the report said.  Staff from the US Embassy in Warsaw also threatened to suspend funding for joint military projects between the United States and Poland, according to Onet.  The report was denied today by a Polish government official.


  1. If history can be rewritten, the Democrats will come up with the Kenyan Obama as being the US greatest president.


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