Final stops of Trump’s History Tour draw MASSIVE crowds

President Trump and former Fox News Host Bill O’Reilly kicked off the final stops of their History Tour in Dallas and Houston over the weekend.

After a delay due to President Trump’s plane getting caught in a storm on Saturday night, the event which was originally slated for 3:00 p.m., got pushed back to 5:00 p.m., but still managed to turn out an impressive crowd.

The tickets sold anywhere between $100 to up in the thousands for VIP seating, which included floor seating, a reception beforehand, and even photos with Trump and O’Reilly after the discussion.

Other media outlets reported smaller crowds, which co-host of the history tour, Bill O’Reilly refuted on his Twitter Saturday evening.

During the event, President Trump was asked about the legacy of his term in office and some questions on his potential run in 2024.

O’Reilly asked Trump, “If you ran for President again, would you change your style at all?”

Trump responded by asking, “Should I?” which drew a huge unanimous “NO” from the crowd.

“I get that question all the time,” he said. “Look, remember two things, number one, I got in and from the day I came down the escalator with our First Lady, from that day, I was under major criminal investigation.”

The video clip cuts to the 45th president saying, “I had to do two things: I had to run the country and I had to survive. I had the worst scum in the world that has been there for years and years, you know this is years of stuff, I had to run the country and I had to survive.”

“I think for somebody that had to do that – and survive – but for somebody that had to survive as part of the job nobody else ever had a thing like that. There’s never been a thing like that – ever,” he added.

The tour concluded in Dallas, Texas where Trump and O’Reilly were met by thousands of supporters.

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