Q: Mr. President, do you have a message for Poland on the 80th anniversary of the Second World War?TRUMP: I do have a great message for Poland. And we have Mike Pence, our Vice President, is just about landing right now. And he is representing me. I look forward to being there soon.But I just want to congratulate Poland. It’s a great country with great people. We also have many Polish people in our country; it could be 8 million. We love our Polish friends. And I will be there soon.
Q: On Colombia, how do you feel about former FARC leader calling to return -- for return to war?TRUMP: Colombia, you said?Q: Yeah, on Colombia. Former leader of FARC.TRUMP: You’re talking about the country of Colombia?Q: Yeah, the country of Colombia. The --TRUMP: Yeah. No, we have a great relationship. And they’re not doing badly. They have a problem because of the Venezuela. A lot of people are pouring in. But Colombia -- we’ve had a great relationship with Colombia.
Q: Are you going to talk about FARC and ELN, the peace process?TRUMP: Are you asking me that question? We’re going to be talking about everything.DUQUE: But let me —TRUMP: We’ll be talking about everything.DUQUE: Mr. President, if I may take that.TRUMP: Go ahead.DUQUE: And this a very important message: ELN is a terrorist group that has been killing Colombian people. They have been introducing kidnappings in the last 17 months while they were negotiating with the past administration. And I have said they have to put an end to all their criminal activities and they have to free all the persons that are kidnapped. Otherwise, there will be no chance for any negotiation with them.