Donald Trump has been holed up in Trump Tower since he won the 2016 presidential election last month but when he finally emerged on Thursday, he did what Trump does best — entertained a crowd at a campaign-style rally in Cincinnati, Ohio, the first stop on his post-election "Thank You" tour.

In his signature red tie and dark suit, Donald Trump walked on stage at the U.S. Bank Arena on Thursday night after being introduced by VP-elect Mike Pence. Gone was the red "Make America Great Again" hat, but it was clear that Trump still thought he was campaigning for president, even going so far as to take a jab at Hillary amidst the "lock her up" chants from the crowd.

The crowd cheers Trump on at rally, but he gets roasted on Twitter

"We did have a lot of fun fighting Hillary didn't we?" Trump shouted. And then he went on to boast about winning "in a landslide" — something that was quickly fact-checked by CNN's Jim Acosta who reported that Trump "lost the popular vote by more than 2 million votes."

President-elect Trump's rally wasn't a top trend on Twitter on Thursday night, but the event brought out plenty of entertaining tweets from people who are still questioning how a former reality star is just weeks away from becoming the President of the United States.

"Gloater-in-Chief"? "The Springsteen of Politics"? Twitter users had a field day at Trump's expense during Thursday night's rally.

Here's a look at some of the best Trump 'Thank You' rally tweets

Where's the next stop on Trump's 'Thank You' tour?

With just seven weeks to go until Donald Trump is sworn in as the 45th president of the United States, it's surprising that the President-elect has time to tour the country to say "thank you" to his voters.

Although he did announce during the rally in Ohio that he has picked retired Gen. James Mattis to serve as Defense Secretary, he still has other appointments to make, including his much-anticipated pick for Secretary of State.

Bloomberg reports that Trump's post-election "Thank You" tour may take him through several swing states. However, the events won't be announced until the venues are booked. Rumor has it that the second rally will take place this weekend in Des Moines, Iowa, but that has yet to be confirmed.

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