One of the reasons why #Donald Trump was able to get enough support to win the #Election was due to his constant campaign rallies. After just a month into his first term as president, Trump is already gearing up for re-election.
It was just a month ago that President Donald Trump took the oath of office and was sworn in as the 45th President of the United States. Since that time, Trump has been dealing with constant criticism from the #media and his political opponents, as well as his first major scandal dealing with the resignation of former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn. Over the last week, the billionaire real estate mogul has increased his war of words against the mainstream news media, which appeared to reach its peak last week during a press conference at the White House. As reported by CBS News on February 18, Trump amped up his media attacks during what appeared to be his first re-election rally.
— CBS News (@CBSNews) February 18, 2017
Joining thousands of supporters in Melbourne, Florida on Saturday night, President Donald Trump celebrated his first month in office. Strategically placed behind him were African-American and female supporters, who were holding up re-election signs for 2020. "I'm here because I want to be among my friends and among the people," Trump said to a thunderous applause.
The president then turned his attention to "fake news" and the "dishonest media," stating, "They have become a big part of the problem. They are part of the corrupt system." "When the media lies to people, I will never ever let them get away with it," Donald Trump went on to say. "I will do whatever I can," he noted, before later adding, "They have their own agenda, and their agenda is not your agenda."
As the rally continued, Donald Trump went on to list some aspects of his first month in office that he was proud of, which went over well with the cheering crowd. While the next election is still nearly four years away, it appears that the former host of "The Apprentice" is getting an early start.