President Donald Trump steps of Air Force One as he arrives in West Palm Beach, Florida, 9. December 2017.
President Donald Trump is said to be the first President since Dwight D. Eisenhower to skip ahead 64 years of age (visit to California during his first year in office.
Trump seems not yet in all the plans you can find in the Golden State, a country, the most populous and economically as well as from the States, before he marked his first full year in office on Jan. 20, the Los Angeles Times reported on Wednesday.
Trump lost California by nearly 30 points and more than four million votes to the presidential runner-up Hillary Clinton. Although previous presidents have it a point to visit California to win even without that characterized the state in the choice of Trump, has the state the “ground zero” for the resistance,” according to the LA Times.
Before his inauguration, Trump claimed that there are “serious electoral fraud” in California as well as in Virginia and New Hampshire. He gave no evidence for his claims.
California’s repeal at the top of the States and organizations that fight against Trump’s agenda, including his commandments regarding the restriction of freedom of travel for immigrants from certain countries, and to replace ObamaCare, and roll back Federal environmental regulations.
Since the arrival of Trump’s most-visited friendly red States. The LA Times noted that Trump has just visited eight of the 20 States, Clinton raised in the election.
Eisenhower, the last President, the skip California during his first year in office, which ended with the visit to the state in its 13-month – February 1954.
Serious election fraud in Virginia, New Hampshire, and California – so why don’t the media reporting on this? Seriously, bias – big problem!!!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 28, 2016
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