Polish President Andrzej Duda told reporters after meeting with Trump at the White House on Tuesday that he quickly dubbed the base "Fort Trump", an obvious appeal to the businessman turned US president who has hotels, condos and golf courses around the globe named after himself.
US President Donald Trump greets Poland's President Andrzej Duda at the start of a joint news conference in the East Room of the White House in Washington, September 18, 2018. "The presence of the United States is a guarantor of security in our part of Europe".
'Ladies and gentlemen, I was smiling when talking to Mr. President, ' said Duda during a joint press conference while standing alongside Trump, whose name adorns the Trump Tower residence where he lives, the Trump golf courses he frequents in Virginia, Florida, and New Jersey, as well as numerous other properties around the country and the world.
"I hope that we will build Fort Trump in Poland together, Mr. President", Duda said.
Warsaw has been pushing for a still larger United States presence and a permanent base on Polish soil.
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Poland floated the same offer to the U.S.in May, prompting a swift response from Russian officials. Duda's statements at the Tuesday briefing indicate Warsaw is indeed more than eager to have a permanent USA base on their soil.
Mr Duda's latest plea comes after Warsaw's defence ministry offered the USA up to £1.52billion ($2bn) to increase the USA presence in the country as a deterrent against a potential Russian aggression.
"Such a decision lies both in the Polish interest as well as in the interest of the United States", Duda added.
Trump praised Poland's defense efforts, and took a new round of digs at other North Atlantic Treaty Organisation allies who lag on spending commitments. "If they're willing to do that, it's something we will certainly talk about".
"I feel so badly for him that he's going through this, to be honest with you, I feel so badly for him", Trump said. These activities, deemed by the alliance to be "aggressive" are mainly military drills, held by Russian Federation on its own territory. Equipment of the previous USA unit stationed there, has, however, "remained in place" for reasons unexplained, according to Russian military.
American soldiers were deployed to Poland in January 2017, the first US military presence on the country's soil since the fall of communism in 1989.