Did Democrats really think that if they “beat” Trump in 2020—he’d just go away?
From all appearances, Trump is getting ready to be a regular fixture in the United States. Perhaps more than ever before.
Many speculate when or if Trump will announce a new campaign. But in the meantime, he is planning events that will defend our history, heritage, and values.
And we are learning he is planning a history tour with a conservative icon and historian.
Historian and broadcaster Bill O’Reilly announced on Monday he will host a “Limited Engagement National Tour” with former President Donald Trump in December featuring multiple large-scale stadium events…
“I look forward to working with Bill, who right now has the #1 bestselling book, to openly discuss the real problems of our Country, and how to solve them. Additionally, it will be fun, fun, fun, for everyone who attends!”
In an exciting and unique move, President Trump revealed he will be appearing in a tour with noted historian and news commentator Bill O’Reilly.
The two will be hosting large-scale events, where they will discuss American history and the issues facing our country today.
It seems like the events will be both educational and political in nature. Something many patriots will be sure to enjoy.
Alongside “hard-hitting” talks between O’Reilly and Trump, the 45th president promised there will be “fun, fun, fun” for everyone who attends.
This shouldn’t be a surprise for anyone who has attended Trump’s previous live events. His rallies have become the stuff of legend, with supporters dancing and having good, clean fun.
Both O’Reilly and Trump are known for their fierce patriotism, outspoken opinions, and bold personalities. An event with both of these icons is sure to sell out fast.
It’s hard to find figures as dynamic and exciting as this on the left. Democrats will be pretty concerned to see the impact these events will make in the run-up to 2022.
Do you think Trump is going to have a big effect in 2022?
- Trump announced a new history tour with Bill O’Reilly.
- The two conservative icons will have “hard-hitting” talks about America.
- Trump promised the large-scale events will be “fun, fun, fun.”