New York Reacts Viciously As Trump Becomes First Sitting President to Attend a Veterans Day Parade


President Trump was met with a vicious response when he became the first sitting president to attend a Veterans Day Parade.

President Donald J. Trump, who is the first sitting president in United States history to come to New York to honor the troops for Veterans Day was met with the interruption what many on the right would call anti-patriot protestors.

They chanted “lock him up,” to mock Trump’s call to “lock her up,” during the 2016 elections referring to Hillary Clinton. Dozens of these protestors held signs that read, “sexist in chief,” “traitor, criminal, lock him up,”

Considering President Trump’s personal connection to New York, this marks a significant achievement for the  native New Yorker.

“It is truly an honor to come back to New York City to Madison Square Park to be the first president to ever attend America’s parade,” he said.

President Trump addressed the crowd of veterans, family, friends, even anti-patriotic protesters who stood in attendance at Madison Square as well as the millions who watched on TV or live stream.

“Today, we come together as one nation to salute the veterans of the U.S. armed forces, the greatest warriors to ever walk the face of the Earth.”

President Trump referenced recent victories made by members of our military such as the epic elimination of ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Bahdadi, and improved satisfaction with Veterans Affairs health care.

Since becoming President of the United States of America, Trump has gained a whole new respect not just for the troops, and wanting to get them home as soon as possible, but the families of soldiers.

In Early October, President Trump posted a clip to his Twitter where he confesses the hardest thing he has ever had to do is write letters to the families of fallen soldiers, and watching their coffins arrive in Dover with the families.