President Trump And First Lady Melania Have Major Working Plans In Florida

President Donald Trump has the power to make people happy and angry, that’s for sure. The angry ones are trying to hold a step with the President, and now they followed him to his Mar-a-Lago estate near Palm Beach, Florida

This was the President’s first visit to Florida after the Inauguration Day. First Lady Melania also traveled from New York City to accompany her husband.

People cheered and shouted, and President Trump was more than welcomed. People just love him!

As you’re already guessing, liberals were also present, and one of them held a sign. Holding a sign isn’t a bad thing unless it reads “Embarrassment to Our Country.”

Palm Beach rioters are gathering tomorrow.

“We are going to try to create as much space for them as long as they don’t block the roadways. There are some groups that will be participating that might try to be disruptive and aren’t exactly willing to work with law enforcement,” revealed Palm Beach Public Safety Director Kirk Blouin. “Most of the people we have spoken to, they are very reasonable and they want to get their message out. We are concerned about the few knuckleheads that want to create a chaotic atmosphere.”

Reince Priebus was also there, and they were both accompanied by other advisers.

White House press secretary Sean Spicer revealed that the President plans to work for the weekend, and come up with “another big week of action on behalf of the American people.”

The first family is invited to a Red Cross charity ball.

President Trump plans a visit to the U.S. Central Command.

Our President has many supporters on Florida, and they’re all supporting his plans.

“It seems like he has a lot of energy and his executive orders have been great,” said Chris Happel, 20, a student of political science at the University of South Florida. “We live in a dangerous world, so unfortunately we have to take actions that limit who comes into the country.”

“I don’t see him as an authoritarian figure or a nationalist or anything like that. I think it’s pretty ridiculous that anyone would think that,” Happel added.

What do you think about President Trump’s plans for the weekend? Will protesters lose control?

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