Many of the lessons I've learned in business are applicable to our current situation. The most important lesson is this—Stand behind your word, and make sure your word stands up. People who have done business with me will tell you that I never say something unless I mean it.
I don't make promises I can't keep. I don't make threats without following through. Don't ever make the mistake of thinking you can bully me. My business partners and employees know that my word is as good as any contract—and that better go for the other side's word as well.
I stand behind my commitments, and our commitments as a nation.
I stand—without question—behind the Constitution at home, and I stand, without question, behind our allies abroad.
No friendly country, and no allied leader, should question our ironclad support again.
No enemy, and no enemy leader, should misinterpret our resolve to fight to the death—their death.
Very much a thesis statement in this book about who Trump thinks he is and what he says he believes.