13 Facts About Donald Tusk

1. European Union President Donald Tusk warned that nationalist sentiment will lead to a "fundamental threat" in the EU.

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2. European Union President Donald Tusk said he has "different views" from US President Donald Trump on trans-Atlantic relations and other elements of geopolitical order, pushing back after the American leader's latest criticism of Europe.

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3. In February 2018, Donald Tusk urged Turkey "to avoid threats or actions against any EU member and instead commit to good neighbourly relations, peaceful dispute settlement and respect for territorial sovereignty.

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4. On 9 March 2017, Donald Tusk was re-elected for a second term to last until 30 November 2019.

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5. On 31 January 2017, Donald Tusk wrote an open letter to the 27 EU heads of state or government on the future of the EU before the Malta summit.

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6. Ahead of the UK's EU membership referendum Donald Tusk warned of dire consequences should the UK vote to leave.

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7. In 2009, Donald Tusk proposed changes to the power of the presidency, by abolishing the presidential veto.

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8. In his premiership, Donald Tusk has proposed various reforms to the Polish constitution.

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9. In early 2012, Donald Tusk announced his support for committing Poland to signing the international Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement.

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10. In foreign policy, Donald Tusk sought to improve relations severely damaged during the previous Kaczynski government, particularly with Germany and Russia.

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11. On 27 October 2009, Donald Tusk declared that he wants to partially outlaw gambling.

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12. In September 2014, Donald Tusk resigned his position as Prime Minister in order to take the position of President of the European Council.

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13. In 1997, Donald Tusk was elected to the Senate, and became its deputy speaker.

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