During a rally in Sunrise, Florida, Tuesday night, President Trump made a lot of claims — two of which were completely news to me: that liberals are trying to change the name of “Thanksgiving,” and that he once “beat” Barack Obama.
Trump, who now calls Florida home, said during his “homecoming rally” that the left has it out for the upcoming holiday.
“As we gather together for Thanksgiving, you know, some people want to change the name Thanksgiving,” Trump said. “They don’t want to use the term Thanksgiving. And that was true also with Christmas. But now everybody’s using Christmas again. Remember this?”
“But now we’re going to have to do a little work on Thanksgiving,” Trump continued. “People have different ideas. Why it shouldn’t be called Thanksgiving. But everybody in this room, I know, loves the name Thanksgiving. And we’re not changing.”
Trump then rattled off a list of conquests, one of which raised a few eyebrows.
“So I get elected, and I beat the Bush dynasty,” he said, presumably referring to the fact that Jeb Bush was one of his opponents in the 2016 election season. “I get elected, and I beat — and again with no experience, I didn’t have experience, I have tremendous world experience but I didn’t have political experience — so I get elected and we beat the Clinton dynasty, right?”
“And then we beat Barack Hussein Obama and whatever the hell dynasty that is,” he added.
The crowd cheered. And why not? Facts don’t matter anymore.
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