Trump tweets “HAPPY PRESIDENT’S DAY!” after taking a round at the Daytona 500 and going back to Washington for the wedding of Stephen Miller at the Trump hotel
- President Trump tweeted: “HAPPY PRESIDENT’S DAY!” to his followers
- He is back in Washington after spending a weekend in Mar-a-Lago and visiting the race
- He made a tour of the circuit in ‘the Beast’, the presidential limousine
- He played on Mar-a-Lago on Saturday and attended a fundraising of $ 10 million
- He then returned to Washington for an unannounced visit to Miller’s wedding
- Miller married Mike Pence press secretary Katie Waldman
President Donald Trump wished the nation a “HAPPY PRESIDENT’S DAY” in a tweet on Monday morning after he left for Florida and enjoyed a dramatic landing on the Air Force One on the Daytona 500.
Trump broadcast the mission one day when he was back at the White House, after an action-packed weekend full of exciting footage that the Trump campaign is already posting campaign ads.
Trump used the singular possessive form, for a holiday that, depending on the state of George Washington, Washington and Abraham Lincoln, or the presidency in general, honors.
President Donald Trump gave a short speech at the Daytona 500 after a dramatic landing and a lap at the circuit. He wished the nation “HAPPY PRESIDENT’S DAY” on Monday
Trump spent the weekend in Florida, where he stayed in Mar-a-Lago and was able to fit in a wave despite the rain on West Palm Beach.
On Saturday night, he probably attended the largest fundraiser of his presidency, an event at the Nelson Peltz mansion in Florida that raised around $ 10 million.
According to the Palm Beach Post, sugar baron Pepe Fanjul was there, just like Ike Perlmutter, chairman of Marvel Entertainment and Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner. Ivanka Trump travels in the United Arab Emirates.
Trump’s other weekend blockbuster came in the form of his dramatic appearance at the Daytona 500 race.
The visit included a dramatic flyover broadcast live on television by Air Force One on the Daytona International Speedway, where around 100,000 fans are gathered for the annual race.
His armored limousine, “The Beast” and his motorcade were running around the track. And before the rain could dampen the festivities, Trump was able to give the iconic command to drivers and tell them ‘start your engines’. Trump was accompanied by first lady Melania Trump.
President Trump started the day with a tweet of Presidents’ Day
Much of Trump’s conservative base consists of NASCAR fans
Trump did a dramatic low Air Force One flyover over the Daytona International Speedway prior to his appearance on the Daytona 500 NASCAR race Sunday
Donald Trump and first lady Melania arrived for the Daytona 500 NASCAR race in Daytona Beach, Florida
According to Philip Wegmann of Real Clear News, Trump spoke during the celebration. “He’s the only one who could have a damn wedding in the middle of the President’s Day weekend. I’m sure it hasn’t hit anyone here, “Trump reportedly said
It was an official government trip paid for by taxpayers, but the kind of visual political assistants also spent their careers plotting.
“This is an absolute triumph in the art of political optics,” former Clinton employee Doug Landry wrote on Twitter. “They flew a shiny AF1 layer over Daytona timed before the start of the cover of the show. Democrats must ensure that they nominate someone who can cope with this type of theater because it is effective. “
On Sunday evening, Trump benefited from another perk from his office, which flew back to D.C. to attend Assistant Stephen Miller’s wedding, who tied up with Mike Pence spokeswoman Katie Waldman at the Trump hotel in downtown Washington, D.C.
“He is the only one who could have a damn wedding in the middle of the President’s Day weekend. I’m sure it didn’t hit anyone here, “Trump reportedly said during the event.
It had not been on his official schedule. The White House later announced the wedding of ‘Mr and Mrs Stephen Miller’.
Donald Trump attended fundraising at Investor Nelson Peltz on Saturday, February 15, 2020
It was a big weekend for Trump, who raged last week against the “hoax” accusation and sparring with critics who claimed he violated the rule of law by considering the condemnation of old assistant Roger Stone. Even Attorney General Bill Barr said that Trump’s tweets about the case made it “impossible” for him to do his job.
Trump campaign leader Brad Parscale tweeted an image of Air Force One on Daytona and boasted: “”. @ RealDonaldTrump won the # Daytona500 before the race even started. “The post attracted thousands of retweets.
However, Parscale immediately removed it after it was revealed that he had tweeted an image from 2004 when George W. Bush was president. He replaced it with a tweet from a new image.