One of the keys to Donald Trump’s election victory were his massive, high energy rallies around the nation. Those who couldn’t attend in person often tuned in to live streams on the internet.
The result is that while those supporters are thrilled by Trump’s win, many of them actually miss watching those thrilling gatherings every day.
The good news is, now the Trump team is going on the road again!
The Wall Street Journal reports:
President-elect Donald Trump will embark on a “thank you” tour of states that helped sweep him to victory, his transition team announced Tuesday.
Mr. Trump’s first stop will be at a sports arena in Cincinnati, Ohio, on Thursday. He’ll be joined at the rally by Vice President-elect Mike Pence, who also is scheduled to hold an event in New Orleans on Saturday.
The WSJ couldn’t resist taking a number of digs at Trump in the article, noting that, “Mr. Trump’s rallies were marked by physical confrontations between supporters and protesters,” even though these “confrontations” were actually instigated by Hillary and Bernie fans.
They even quote a former Obama advisor:
“Does Trump want to heal the wounds of the election or rub it in the face of those that opposed him? Hope springs eternal, but recent history suggests Trump will opt for the latter, which would be an unfortunate way to start his presidency.”
Sounds like sour grapes! The Democrats have been sore losers since the election. If they’re bitter about the outcome, that’s there problem to solve. It’s not Trump’s responsibility.
Source: Wall Street Journal