Trump Reveals First Line Of Inauguration Speech And Claims He Hates Using Twitter
Controversial President-elect Donald Trump has revealed what he will say in the opening line of his inauguration speech this Friday when he assumes position as U.S. President.
Talking to Fox & Friends, the 70-year old revealed how he will begin his important speech, and it’s a lot nicer than you may have initially thought.
He states that he will thank former President Barack Obama and his wife Michelle, for being ‘absolutely nice’ to him since he beat Hillary Clinton to being the leader of the most powerful nation on the planet.
Well, I have prepared it. Well, the first line is thanking everybody, all of the presidents, including, by the way, President Obama and Michelle, who have been absolutely nice. Melania’s spent time with Michelle and it was great and Ivanka the other day spoke to her… the conversation was going to be a quick conversation that lasted an hour. And they got along great, so I am just thanking President Obama and I’m thanking his very lovely wife because they have been so gracious.
Whilst Trump and Obama may be very different people, it seems the pair have both put their differences aside and remained professional and supportive of each other.
The businessman turned politician went on to explain that he doesn’t care if celebrities attend his highly anticipated inauguration. ‘I don’t want the celebrities, I want the people.’
As well as being known for his disputable presidential campaign and degrading and prejudice comments, Trump has also built up a reputation on social media site Twitter for his often outlandish tweets.
However, the future President revealed in the interview that he doesn’t actually like using Twitter despite having over 20 million followers.
Donald claims he only does so as a way of defending himself from the comments he reads in the media.
Look, I don’t like tweeting… I have other things I could be doing. But I get very dishonest media, very dishonest press. It’s my only way that I can counteract.
The famous figure will become the 45th President of the Untied States on January 20.