Trump Renews Attack On Media In Florida 'Campaign' Speech

"The White House Director of Social Media Dan Scavino, who describes himself as the conductor of the "#TrumpTrain", posted a video on Twitter thanking Huber for his support for the president. "We are free and independent people and we will make our own choices".

The rally marks an especially early start to the 2020 race for the White House. "So smoothly", he said, repeating his claim that he had inherited "one big mess". And he's accusing the "dishonest media" of publishing one false story after another as his administration gets underway. Suffice to say, a sitting president saying "we don't win in any capacity" is a odd sight. "They just don't want to report the truth".

Trump said, "How does the press get this information that's classified?"

The media could not defeat us during the campaign despite their lies, he said.

"And we will continue to expose them for what they are, and most importantly, we will continue to win, win, win", appearing to momentarily forget he'd won the election and been sworn in to office.

Bannon played a key role on Trump's controversial travel ban, which Trump defended after losing a court battle in the 9th circuit saying, "we had a very smooth rollout of the travel ban". The tenure began with a controversy over the size of his inauguration crowd, which was followed by USA federal courts halting his executive order that imposed a travel ban on immigrants from seven Muslim-majority countries.

His short tenure has been marked by turmoil over a contentious executive order limiting immigration from seven Muslim-majority countries and the resignation of his national security adviser.

Elizabeth Faiella, of the group "We Are The Perfect Storm", says she drove all the way from Orlando to protest in front of Trump's rally. "And I am also here to tell you about our plans for the future". "I've been supporting President Trump for over two years now, and my goal was to be first on line". Trump once again closed a rally with the strains of "You Can't Always Get What You Want" by The Rolling Stones, the same song he strangely used all throughout his presidential run, despite the band's public objections. "I've never seen anything like it".

He later added, "I respect Obama as a person, but what he did - what he did was set this country up for failure". "They're all good, they're all great people".

"I know you want safer neighborhoods where the streets belong to families and communities, not gang members and drug dealers who right now, as I speak, are being thrown out of the country and will not be let back in", he said.

  • Leroy Wright