It’s like they have no idea who this man is. President Trump himself has stated over and over again that he is not a politician. So why are they so surprised that Trump blew off a night with them to hold a rally with supporters?
I would think it would be obvious, but Trump has a mess of projects in the works and excellent energy from supporters around him.
He’s never stroked the egos of the mainstream media and they hate him for it but with midterms coming up and all of his plans coming to fruition the President chose to do what is right over what is politically correct. Duh.
The President has made historically enormous changes during his time in office but it’s only the tip of the Trump-iceberg. While he has arranged the meeting with North Korea, and essentially world piece, he still has American borders to secure. To get those jobs are done, as well as others, he needs an agreeable Congress.
A good leader knows keeping momentum high is the best way to secure success. Instead of praising his non-stop work ethic they held a Trump-roast at the correspondents’ dinner in his absence.
According to NBC, in two locations in two states Saturday, cheering crowds chanted “Nobel” at President Donald Trump for progress in talks between North and South Korea, and the commander-in-chief was roasted in absentia at the White House Correspondents’ Association dinner.
The dueling events — Trump’s campaign rally in Washington Township, Michigan, and the annual black-tie affair at a hotel in Washington, D.C. — followed last year’s pattern when Trump skipped the correspondents’ dinner to hold a rally in Pennsylvania.
But this year, the president’s rally comes amid recent talks between North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and South Korean President Moon Jae-in, which has been said to hold the possibility of deescalating tensions in the region following nuclear and missile tests by the North.
At the Michigan rally, supporters chanted “Nobel,” referring to the peace prize, and Trump chuckled and said “That’s very nice, ‘Nobel,'” and “I just want to get the job done.”