Edmund DeMarche of Fox News reports that, “President Trump’s speech during a rally on Thursday in Freeland, Mich., was briefly interrupted by supporters who chanted, ‘We love you,’ while the president was at the podium.”
“[President] Trump, who is famous for rarely showing emotion, could be seen taking a step back from the rostrum while he seems to collect himself. He tried to make light of the moment and pretended to wipe away tears over the crowd’s gesture.”
‘“Don’t say that,’ he said. ‘I’ll start to cry and that wouldn’t be good for my image. We don’t…, you don’t want to see me cry.’”
“[President] Trump told the crowd that a similar chant broke out during a recent stop in North Carolina.”
“His speech on Thursday took place outside an airport hangar and lasted about an hour and 15 minutes.”
I only share this report because this makes me so happy for President Trump.
With the daily abuse, the unbelievable abuse, this man takes from the lying, treasonous democrats, the treasonous deep state vermin, the snake in the grass RINOs, and the liberal propaganda fake news, it does my heart good to see these supporters express their true appreciation for his efforts on their behalf.
I believe this “recharging of his batteries” is just what the doctor ordered.
Hopefully these chants will become a staple at his rallies.
He deserves it.
I am amazed every day at what this man is willing to put up with, and still manage to do a great job.
He is a better man than I, I must admit…, and exactly the right person that America needs now and for four more years!
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