Amid roars of Harley-Davidsons and leather-clad men with American flags and eagle tattoos, US President Donald Trump lashed out at the media and his own Justice Department before welcoming "Bikers for Trump" to the manicured gardens from his New Jersey golf club.
The president met with about 200 members of the New Jersey chapter of "Bikers for Trump," a group of motorcycle enthusiasts who, according to the White House, "endorse the administration's agenda."
Trump posed for photos, signed autographs and urged cyclists to speed up their bicycle engines.
"Let's listen to those engines now," he shouted, according to CTV News.
The White House announced that the group included military veterans and members of law enforcement agencies, and Bikers for Trump were featured accessories in many of Trump's campaign campaigns, often against anti-Trump protesters.
After posing for selfies and standing with bikers to take the Oath of allegiance, Mr. Trump addressed the group.
The president of EE. UU He used the photography operation to get angry with the media and nicknamed the White House advisor and reality star Omarosa Manigault Newman a "low society".
"Lowlife, she's a bad life," Trump said.
Previously, the jockeys had booed the group of reporters covering the event, before singing "four more years" when Trump arrived.
Earlier in the day, Trump unleashed US Attorney General Jeff Sessions and perceived enemies within the FBI, including former FBI Director James Comey.
The president called all the "clowns and losers" who had hurt "so many great men and women of the FBI."
Trump called Mr. Sessions "scared and lost in action."
He also criticized Deputy Attorney General Bruce Ohr, who served as the initial contact of the Department of Justice for Chris Steele, the former British intelligence officer commissioned by a US political research firm to explore Trump's alleged links with the Russian government.
Previously, Trump took to Twitter to condemn all the violence before the rallies in Charlottesville, before attacking the "fake media."