Trump: ‘You’re not forgotten anymore’
President-elect Donald Trump told supporters at the Lincoln Memorial Thursday night he would be cheering them on during his historic inauguration – and even predicted a ‘beautiful day’ despite a rainy forecast.
‘I’m going to be cheering you on. You’re going to cheer me on, but I’m going to cheer you on,’ Trump told supporters who gathered for a pre-inaugural concert.
After defying predictions throughout his unpredictable campaign, Trump even promised a ‘beautiful’ swearing in when he takes the oath of office on the West Front of the Capitol Friday.
‘So I’ll see you tomorrow and I don’t care frankly if it’s going to be beautiful or if it’s going to rain like crazy. Makes no difference to me,’ Trump said.
‘I have a feeling it’s going to be beautiful. But I will see you tomorrow.’
He continued: ‘What we’ve done is so special. All over the world they’re talking about it. All over the world. And I love you folks, and we’re going to work together. And we are going to – Make America Great Again’ he said, using his campaign slogan. ‘And I’ll add: Greater than ever before.’
He pledged: ‘I promise you that I will work so hard. We’re gonna get it turned around. We’re going to get our jobs back. We’re not going to let other countries take our jobs any longer.’
‘We’re going to build up our great military,’ he said. ‘W’ere going to build it up. We’re going to strenghten our borders. We’re going to do things that haven’t been done for our country for many, many decades. It’s going to change. I promise you it’s going to change.’
‘But we’re going to make America great for all of our people, everybody. Everybody throughout our country,’ Trump said.