VIDEO: President Donald Trump Visits Melbourne Saturday Afternoon To Thank Supporters

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ABOVE VIDEO: President Donald Trump Speaks To Supporters In Brevard County.

ABOVE VIDEO: Space Coast Daily Event Coverage of President Donald Trump’s Visit To Melbourne.

BREVARD COUNTY • MELBOURNE, FLORIDA – President Donald Trump visited Melbourne Saturday afternoon to thank supporters by holding a rally in front of thousands at the Orlando Melbourne International Airport.

The 45th President addressed some of his early accomplishments and agenda items ahead in his presidency.

Trump spoke to an estimated 9,000 people inside the hangar with over 20,000 turned away after the venue exceeded capacity.

The President told his supporters that he wanted to speak “without the filter of the fake news.”

Trump added, “They have their own agenda and their agenda is not your agenda.”

“We are not going to let the fake news tell us what to do, how to live or what to believe,” said President Donald Trump speaking about the ‘dishonest media.’

President Trump was not alone when speaking with his supporters, the First Lady, Melania Trump, introduced her husband shortly after opening up a quick statement with the Lord’s Prayer.

The 45th President addressed other various topics regarding immigration, trade, jobs, Supreme Court, and much more.

Back in October, the then-candidate Trump visited Orlando Melbourne International Airport where he was greeted by thousands of enthusiastic supporters.

President Trump was inaugurated last month on January 20.

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President Donald Trump visited Melbourne Saturday afternoon to thank supporters by holding a rally in front of thousands at the Orlando Melbourne International Airport.

President Donald Trump visited Melbourne Saturday afternoon to thank supporters by holding a rally in front of thousands at the Orlando Melbourne International Airport.


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