When at the end of September 2016 Donald Trump – then still a republic candidate for the president office – met with American Polish Diaspora in Chicago, probably no one suspected that soon he will move into the White House. He made a great impression on the gathered. – I will never fail you – he said on leaving and asked to spread information about the meeting to the Poles in Ohio and Pennsylvania. As it later turned out, these were the states that decided about the most unpredictable victory in the modern electoral history of USA. However the American establishment was not, to put it mildly, pleased with the outcome of the presidential elections, a new streak began for PolishAmerican relations and – as proved by the recent visit to Warsaw by the Secretary of State Rex Tillerson – it is a winning and a lasting one. – I have a feeling that an awareness of Poland’s importance has emerged in American politics and it is a new phenomenon Neal H. Pease, a history professor on Wisconsin-Milwaukee University and an editor-in-chief for „The Polish Review”, convinces in an interview with “Wprost” weekly. – The current administration treats Russian threat very seriously, which is why Poland is perceived in America as a foundation of European defense, its buffer – he adds.
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