Trump’s ‘History Tour’ Rakes in $7 Million in Revenue Months Ahead of Debut

by Bailee Hill

‘The History Tour,’ featuring President Donald Trump and media mogul Bill O’Reilly, has already raked in seven million dollars in revenue several months before the duo’s four-stop tour kicks off.

A statement released by Trump on Wednesday quotes O’Reilly announcing, “Without any marketing at all, the Trump O’Reilly History Tour has already grossed more than $7 million. In some venues, the VIP tickets are almost sold out.”

O’Reilly suggested the upcoming tour might be “one of the most lucrative of all time,” even with the series of events around five months away.

His remarks come just weeks after the pair announced the History Tour would take place in December 2021 and feature four cities. The first two stops will be in the Florida cities of Sunrise and Orlando. Then the following weekend, Trump and O’Reilly will take the event to Houston and Dallas.

President Trump is expected to discuss his experience as the 45th President as well as a variety of issues including the rise of China, the pandemic, and the unparalleled economic explosion which took place under his administration.

“If we don’t make our country great again, we will soon no longer have a Country! I look forward to working with Bill, who right now has the #1 bestselling book, to openly discuss the real problems of our Country, and how to solve them,” Trump stated.

The news comes just weeks after Trump confirmed he has in fact decided if he will run for president against Biden in the 2024 election. He said this during an interview with Fox’s Sean Hannity in Texas last month, although he did not elaborate on or share what that decision is.

The History Tour will begin in Sunrise, Fla., on December 11 and will continue with Orlando, Houston, and Dallas to follow, respectively.

For more information on the tour, visit this link.

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