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During President Donald Trump’s speech at the 2018 Commencement at the U.S. Naval Academy, he made one thing perfectly clear, “America Is Back!”Gone are the days of America apologizing to anyone President Trump stated. Which is a direct slap back at former president Obama.

“We are not going to apologize for America, we are going to stand up for America. No more apologies. We are going to stand up for our citizens, we are going to stand up for our values and we are going to stand up for our men and women in uniform,” Trump said. “Yes, they are respecting us again. Yes, America is back.”

President Donald Trump stayed after his speech and congratulated every Naval Academy graduate, go to 2:01:00 in full video below. It was a personal touch provided by President Trump, where you could tell he was proud to shake the hands of the Naval graduates. Yes, America is back!!!

President Trump tells Naval Academy graduates ‘they are respecting us again’ President Trump on Friday touted his efforts to strengthen the U.S. miry, telling graduates of the U.S. Naval Academy that they are joining “the greatest fighting force for peace, justice, and freedom in the history of the world.” “In case you haven’t noticed, we have become a lot stronger lately,” Trump said during a commencement address. “A lot. We are not going to apologize for America. We are going to stand up for America. No more apologies.” Speaking to roughly 1,000 graduates at Corps Memorial Stadium in Annapolis, Md., Trump said his efforts have boosted the nation’s prestige in the eyes of the world. “We’ve regained our identity. We’ve recovered our stride,” Trump said, adding that “yes, they are respecting us again” and ”yes, America is back.”

26 year old Joshua Holt has been freed after having been incarceratedin a Venezuelan jail since 2016. Holt and his wife, Thamy, have been held in a Venezuelan prison since 2016. President Donald Trump announced the release this morning, “Good news about the release of the American hostage from Venezuela,” Trump tweeted. “Should be landing in D.C. this evening and be in the White House, with his family, at about 7:00 P.M. The great people of Utah will be very happy!”

Joshua Holt, 26, has been jailed in Venezuela after he traveled to the South American country in the summer of 2016 to marry Thamara Candelo, whom he met on a website for Mormon singles. The two planned to return to the U.S. after getting married, but where jailed in El Hilcolde on what human rights groups said were largely trumped-up charges.

“Good news about the release of the American hostage from Venezuela. Should be landing in D.C. this evening and be in the White House, with his family, at about 7:00 p.m. The great people of Utah will be very happy!” President Donald Trump said in an early morning tweet.

Yesterday, President Donald Trump signed a full pardon for former heavyweight boxer Jack Johnson. For those who are too young or unfamiliar with who Jack Johnson was, he was the first black heavyweight boxing champion, who was convicted of so-called violating the Mann Act more than a century ago. And it is about time, it has only taken 97 years.

I find it amazing that it was President Donald Trump who finally issued this posthumously full pardon. Trump, the president who the LEFT and minorities call a racist. Really? One would have thought that Barack Obama would have righted this wrong. But no, he did not. Black America needs to wrap their head around that. How does the first black president in Barack Obama not pardon Jack Johnson? It is almost inconceivable. Or the so-called first black president, Bill Clinton? Maybe black America needs to take a real look at Trump and determine for themselves who really has their back. Who really wants them to succeed and who just wants to use them as political pawns.

Along the way, Johnson’s 97-year road to a presidential pardon was paved by biographers, boxing champions, senators, journalists, historians, musicians — and ultimately the actor Sylvester Stallone, whose conversation with Trump about the Johnson case led to just the third posthumous pardon knowingly granted by a president.

But Johnson did apply for a pardon in 1920, as he sat in prison to serve a one-year sentence for violating the Mann Act. Even the attorney general at the time had reservations about the case, since the Mann Act was intended to punish human trafficking — not consensual relationships.