The New Hampshire Federation of Republican Women welcomed President Trump to their Lilac Luncheon Tuesday. Upon his arrival, he was greeted by a crowd of locals who displayed boisterous support.
Senior advisor to President Trump Jason Miller posted video coverage of the arrival to Twitter with the caption, “New Hampshire loves President Trump!”
President Trump stopped to shake hands with various voters. The crowd cheered, chanted “Trump!” and “USA!”
Shouts of “We love you Trump!” can also be heard during the footage as well as thanks and praise for his presence.
Once inside and introduced, President Trump took the stage and started out, as he often does, by specifically recognizing the people who organized the event and various other locals. The crowd responded to this personal touch by offering supportive responses to his statements.
Often called The People’s President, Trump joked about calling Hillary Clinton “Beautiful Hillary” which drew laughter from the crowd.
He also called out the mainstream media for not reporting on recent discoveries connecting Joe Biden to the Hunter Biden investigation and the crowd booed. Trump noted that by ignoring this story, “They have no credibility at all.”
He noted that despite this, “I don’t put Washington D.C. First; I put America First.” This drew cheers from the crowd.
President Trump also noted that “This has been an incredible state with incredible love.”
He went on to discuss his current legal battles, which have been reported by RSBN, by stating, “Every time the radical left democrats, Marxists, Communists, and fascists indict me, I consider it a badge, a great, great beautiful badge of honor and courage.”
He added, “I’m being indicted for you.”
President Trump discussed controversial topics like corruption and election integrity. Throughout his speech, he acknowledged his crowd and this led them to respond more loudly.
He concluded by stating, “So with your help and your love and your vote we will win New Hampshire and we will make America great again, greater than ever before.”
Then he danced off stage as the crowd roared.