Even the mainstream media can’t deny the reverence and dignity President Donald J. Trump displayed in meeting with their very own kids.
In observance of the annual Presidential Halloween festivities, it is customary for the sitting US President to meet with the children of prominent, mainstream media journalists. With the complete and utter lack of respect dished to Trump from these very journalists, one might expect an atmosphere of tension and bitterness.
And one couldn’t be farther from the truth.
True to Trump’s tendency to prove his opposers wrong every step of the way, Trump treated these youngsters with the respect and dignity that has come to be a known standard of the Trump brand.
Trump made sure these young’uns felt at home every step of the way, commenting on how healthy they looked physically, pointing out their attractiveness, and even having his personal chef cook them a meal of hand-crafted scallops, filet mignon, mashed potatoes, and steamed seasonal vegetables tossed in a light garlic butter vinaigrette. It was certainly a meal these tykes won’t soon forget.
“Mr. Trump is a funny old man!” said Kacy Smith, one of the kids. “Mommy and Daddy don’t know nothing!”
A spectator who wishes to remain anonymous had this to say:
I think that it’s incredible to see the vast difference between the media’s portrayal of Donald Trump and how he actually acts in practice. The Trump I saw that morning was a man of respect, dignity, and honor. He spoke to these kids as he would any human–as equals, no less nor greater than he. If the kids of that very same media saw that same Trump, maybe we’re onto something here? Perhaps mainstream media sources need tougher vetting, much like our immigration and borders.
Personally, I’m not surprised in the slightest. I’d imagine that the rest of us who voted for Trump are probably unsurprised as well, for we know who we voted for.
Now it’s just a matter of the rest of the American people accepting this truth too so that we can finally unite and get our great Country back where it belongs.