Without a political opponent, Trump has found a new enemy for himself and the American people in the media and started off by attacking journalists in front of an estimated crowd of 9,000 boisterous people.
"I also want to speak to you without the filter of the fake news," Trump tells the crowd. "The dishonest media which has published one false story after another with no sources, even though they pretend they have them, they make them up in many cases, they just don't want to report the truth and they've been calling us wrong now for two years. They don't get it...When the media lies to people, I will never, ever let them get away with it."
New York Times reports White House officials said Trump would not be using Air Force One "in the background as a prop," but on Saturday, Trump rolled into a hangar at the Orlando Melbourne International Airport on the iconic blue-and-white plane to the soundtrack from the "Air Force One" movie and later emerged while "God Bless the U.S.A" loudly played on the speakers.
"We the people, our movement is the reason why our President of the United States is standing here in front of us today," supporter Gene Huber tells the crowd. "When President Trump during the election promised all these things that he was going to do for us, I knew he was going to do this for us. Thank you so much, sir."
"I've taken decisive action to keep radical Islamic terrorist the hell out of our country," he says. "...I listened to these judges talk and talk and talk. So unfair. So we'll be doing something over the next couple of days. We don't give up. We never give up."
The president didn't address any of the more recent controversies surrounding his office, including the resignation of National Security Adviser Michael Flynn for misleading the vice president and White House officials about his conversation with Russia regarding American sanctions in December, according to the Times. Instead, Trump told the crowd, "The White House is running so smoothly, so smoothly."
After assailing Democrats and promising to "drain the swamp," Trump also discussed his infrastructure plan and reiterated his promise to repeal Obamacare and replace it with a better health care policy, though what that would be is still unclear. Trump's final words called for unity in the country.
"Now is the time to call upon these deep ties in the name of bold acts," he says. "Let us move past the differences party and find a new loyalty rooted deeply in our country. We are all brothers and all sisters. We share one home, one destiny and one glorious American flag. We are united together by history and by providence. We will make America strong again. I promise. We will make America proud again. We will make America safe again. And we will make America great again, greater than ever before."
"We are working for all human rights now, which are under threat by this president," she says. "I'm here, and I'll be anywhere I can to teach young people what's happening and protest this crisis.
Faiella says she's turning 70 this year and has never been so worried about America's democracy.
"This is unprecedented," she says. "We have to unite. Our environment must be protected. Our human rights must be protected. Our immigrants must be protected. Our justice system must be protected. My god, everything that I've ever held dear in my whole life is under threat."
Supporters made crying baby noises and screamed, "He's your president, too!" Opponents yelled back, "Get a real leader! Get a real leader! Get a real leader!"