President Trump Holding Campaign Rally in Florida

Jon Howard
February 19, 2017

President Donald Trump speaks during a campaign rally at the AeroMod International hangar at Orlando Melbourne International Airport on February 18, 2017 in Melbourne, Florida.

Huge rallies were the hallmark of Trump's presidential campaign. White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer, asked about the Florida gathering yesterday, told reporters, "It's being run by the campaign".

The event Saturday was put on by Trump's campaign, rather than the White House.

"To make America great again is absolutely a campaign", he said on Air Force One just before the rally.

The Florida event will be his first such one as president. In an impromptu moment, Trump introduced the world to Gene Huber, a passionate Trump supporter who claimed to have been waiting in line since the wee hours of Saturday morning for the rally to begin. He thrives off that energy and reportedly spends his evenings alone in the White House, as his wife and young son are still living in NY at Trump Tower.

Trump loves appearing before large and adoring crowds of supporters. Trump yet again praised Britain's vote to leave the European Union and claimed to be part of a worldwide nationalist movement.

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"Everybody wants to enjoy this", said Lacey. Mrs. Trump also promised to always stay true to herself, no matter what the "opposition" says about her.

Most Mar-a-Lago memberships predate Trump's entrance into politics, and the club only accepts 20 to 40 new members per year, each of whom must be sponsored by a current member.

Trump's approval ratings are historically low for a new president; one of his Cabinet nominees withdrew despite a new lower threshold for confirmation; and the courts stalled a major early initiative, Trump's temporary ban on travel to the USA from seven majority-Muslim nations. Expenses for the trip will be covered by President Trump's campaign, not taxpayers.

At one point, Trump also read aloud the federal statute at issue in the litigation challenging his immigration executive order, while again criticizing the appellate panel that blocked its enforcement. "I inherited a MESS and am in the process of fixing it".

The return to the campaign comes as Trump looks to recover from a rough-and-tumble week that was perhaps the most chaotic yet for his young administration. "I am here because I want to be among my friends and among the people", Trump said to open his rally. "I think you'll be impressed". "A Trump rally will get a lot more viewers and get a lot more people pumped up than a press briefing".

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