Before President Trump took front and center stage at the Kennedy Center for a speech on Tuesday, the church choir performed a special song.
The song was named: “Make America Great Again.”
After the performance Trump jumped straight in on many topics. These topics included religious freedom, the border wall between Mexico, and improving assistance for veterans.
To top it all off, the Trump speech explained how dishonest the media is, and how fake news will not stop him from doing his job as President of the United States.
Reported by dailycaller:
President Donald Trump speech on the news media at his rally in Phoenix Tuesday night has many journalists fearing for their safety and claiming that the president is inciting violence against reporters.
“The media can attack me. But where I draw the line is when they attack you, which is what they do,” Trump told his supporters. He accused the media of “fomenting division” and claimed that most reporters “don’t like our country.” Journalists were clearly still shaken on Wednesday morning by Trump’s rhetoric.
On “Good Morning America,” ABC News reporter Cecilia Vega claimed that Trump’s attack on the media “was incitement, plain and simple,” adding that “it really feels like a matter of time before someone gets hurt.”
— Evan McMurry (@evanmcmurry) August 23, 2017
Axios co-founder Jim VandeHei wrote an open letter on Twitter to “family/friends who support Trump” about the president’s attacks on journalists, saying: “what he said last night about reporters was despicable, extremely deceptive, [and] dangerous.”
“There are great Americans deeply concerned about a changing nation,” VandeHei wrote. “God forbid one buys Trump’s mad rant and takes action…”
Reporters on Twitter circulated VandeHei’s concerns about violence in the media, with many expressing similar worries.
NBC News’ Chuck Todd expressed concern that an inspired Trump supporter could commit violence against the media.
“Whether POTUS means it or not, I don’t know, but this could motivate a crazy,” Todd wrote of Trump’s attacks on the media, which he called “dangerous rhetoric.”
Trump, for his part, seemed pleased with how the rally went.
“Last night in Phoenix I read the things from my statements on Charlottesville that the Fake News Media didn’t cover fairly,” Trump wrote on Twitter Wednesday morning. “People got it!”