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A lot of Trump’s most successful speeches seem to come at the beginning of a speech or at the very end.
This week, the president is taking the stage for a rally in Alabama.
“Peace lily” was the title of the speech he delivered on Saturday.
“It’s an important time to stand with our great country, and to reaffirm our commitment to freedom, justice, equality, and opportunity for all,” he said.
Trump has previously used his speeches to tout the country’s “peace” and “freedom” during his time in office, but his speech on Saturday was different in that he was addressing a crowd of protesters.
“I would like to make a few remarks before we go forward, and I’ll start with the folks at our front doors, folks at the rallies.
I’ll talk about how great our country is, how great we’ve done in the world, and how important we are to the future of our country,” Trump said, as protesters started chanting.
“And that’s what I’m here to tell you, we’re going to win.”
He continued, “We’re going the right way.
We’re going for the hearts and minds of these folks, and we’re gonna win.”
“They’re here because they want to see our country prosper, and that’s exactly what they’re here for,” he added.
“But if they don’t like what they see, they’re not going to leave.
They’re not leaving.
They are going to stay here.
They will be a part of this country for a long time to come.”
Trump’s speech is the second time he has taken to the stage to promote his policies.
He first used the stage during his campaign rallies in March to announce his candidacy, and again during the first presidential debate in September.
He also spoke about the “so-called war on Christmas” during a speech at the National Prayer Breakfast.
This year’s event will be Trump’s third visit to the state, and he will have a total of four days to deliver his speech.
Trump is the first president to speak in the state since Barack Obama in 2013.
The speech is scheduled for 11:30 a.m.
ET on Sunday, but it is likely to be postponed until Tuesday.
The president’s schedule has been pushed back from this week due to Hurricane Harvey.
He is expected to address the state of his administration on Monday and Tuesday.
In the first weeks of the Trump administration, his speech has been delayed due to the storm.
In addition, Trump has spoken to the nation only once in the past four months, in February, when he told a group of military veterans that “we’re gonna do what we gotta do.”
He has also criticized his predecessors, former Presidents Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush, for taking a tough stance on the opioid epidemic.
“You have a president who, you know, I know him very well,” Rep. Keith Ellison (D-Minn.) told the Associated Press.
“He’s not an easy man to be with, and it just shows he is a very stubborn person.”
The president has also faced criticism for his treatment of protesters during the protests in Charlottesville, Virginia.
A day after the Charlottesville rally, the White House issued a statement saying that Trump did not “strongly condemn” the rally, which he later acknowledged did not explicitly call for white supremacy.
He said the administration “condemns all forms of hatred, bigotry, violence, and oppression.”
He also added, “As I have said before, the hatred, the bigotry, the violence, the terror that we see every day is unacceptable.”
The Associated Press contributed to this report.