Saturday evening, President Donald Trump visited Florida for a rally with some of his biggest supporters, CNN reports. A web page for signing up for tickets gives people the chance to check boxes saying they want "campaign updates" or "would like to volunteer". The supporter had already been spotted in media appearances when the president recognized him and called him on stage in a move that could have been a potential Secret Service disaster.
The president once again slammed the media for telling so-called lies about his administration. Trump's attacks on the media came a day after the president on Twitter called the "fake" news media "the enemy of the American people".
Trump filed re-election papers with the Federal Election Commission five hours after he was sworn in as president on January 20.
The hangar opened up so that Air Force One could pull up and allow Trump to walk directly on the stage in dramatic fashion. "They have their own agenda and their agenda is not your agenda".
"We are going to win Florida so big".
"But we stuck together and it is just an unbelievable feeling", he said.More news: Trump says he's considering 'brand new order' on immigration
"Say a couple of words to this crowd", Trump told Huber.
President Donald Trump used a rally in Florida to once again accuse the media of reporting fake news and being part of a "corrupt system". "Not one!" Trump said at the event in Melbourne. "We're going to have strong borders and when they want to sell that product back across our border, they're going to pay a 35% tax".
A supporter of the president who attended the rally at airport said she wishes that some in the media wouldn't be "so mean" to him, especially during news conferences.
Trump has ramped up his anti-press rhetoric over the past few days, as information leaks roiled his White House and led to the resignation of national adviser Michael Flynn after leaked documents showed Flynn misled members of the Trump administration about contacts with Russia's ambassador to the U.S.
One of the fixtures of Trump's insurgent campaign was the real estate mogul's rhetorical embrace of the working class, coupled with a stated rejection of cultural elites.
This time, first lady Melania Trump started the rally with The Lord's Prayer. "But they're starting to get it".
Trump also reiterated in the February 18 speech that he wants safe zones to be established in Syria and elsewhere for refugees, to be paid for by Arab countries in the Persian Gulf region.