Donald J. Trump


United States of America

Aug 06, 2020 

Dear President Trump, 

For the past 32 years I have had the privilege and the pleasure to live in “the land of the free and home of the brave” as one of 15 million Polish Americans in the United States.

I became a proud U.S. citizen just as many of my Polish brothers and sisters escaped the devastating and corrupt machine of socialism. I have retained my Polish citizenship and remained active in the political events unfolding in Poland, a longtime ally of the U.S.

This year’s presidential election in Poland was held in violation of terms prescribed in article 128 of the Constitution of the III Polish Republic and marred by widespread accusations of electoral fraud.  

Therefore, in the aftermath of the fraudulent and illegal presidential election in Poland, pursuant to the will of the Polish Nation expressed in a nationwide petition, I assumed the office of President of Poland ad interim on the 4th July 2020 and formed a new independent Polish State – the United States of Poland. 

This is a vital step in order to: 

– Recognize the accomplishments of Polish Americans living in the U.S. 

– Follow the independent –and free from socialism– tradition of the Polish statehood 

– Continue the rule of law of II Polish Republic

– Honor the Solidarity Movement of Lech Walesa and its achievements in creating a       democratic Poland 

The presidential election in Poland of 2020 was conducted by the socialist government of Poland in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic in violation of the Constitution of Poland, Charter of Paris and basic rights of the citizens to vote and participate in the election process.

The election was Illegal because it violated terms prescribed in article 128 of the Constitution of the III Polish Republic.

The election was also undemocratic because some presidential candidates were unable to collect 100,000 signatures supporting their candidacy due to the coronavirus pandemic. 

In one instance, Ukrainian and Russian operatives hired by a candidate filled out election lists of support with illegally obtained data of Polish citizens, according to published reports in Poland.

Poland’s Supreme Court received over 5.800 complaints regarding the presidential election, the largest number of complaints since the mid 1990s. The complaints alleged destruction of voting cards, missing mailed-in ballots and lost voting cards. My candidacy was rejected by the election committee and the subsequent complaint was silenced in the Supreme Court by members nominated by Andrzej Duda, who was running for reelection.

Mr. Duda lacks legitimacy required to hold the highest office in the country. Therefore, Mr. Duda’s term as President of Poland expired effective Aug. 6th 2020.

As the new President of the United States of Poland and a Polish-American citizen, I will commit myself to bringing the Polish nation into a wealthy, strong and free from socialism country. I will continue the strategic alliance with the U.S., our great friend and historic partner in the eternal fight for freedom.

Yours sincerely, 

Max Kolonko 

President ad interim 

United States of Poland