When it comes to President Donald Trump, there’s the media-generated world and then there’s the real world.
In a reality imposed by the liberal press, President Trump is reviled by the American people – – and in the real world there is Love Field in Dallas, Texas.
Following recent reports that Trump will not block the release of the remaining classified records related to the 1963 assassination of John F. Kennedy, the president landed Wednesday at the same airport Kennedy arrived at before his death.
Trump was in Dallas to meet with Texas Gov. Greg Abbott for a briefing on hurricane recovery efforts and to attend a fundraiser rescheduled because of Hurricane Harvey, NBC News reported.
Upon disembarking from Air Force One, he was greeted by a cheering crowd eager to see him. The president walked over to the sizable crowd, high-fived a few supporters before shaking hands and posing for pictures.
WATCH: Pres. Trump shakes hands and takes pictures with people in crowd gathered at Love Field in Dallas. https://t.co/tI1kJSUOux
— NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt (@NBCNightlyNews) October 25, 2017
President Trump was clearly energized by the outpouring of love and admiration, not that you would ever know such affection existed, based on the anti-Trump sentiment that dominates the news cycle on an almost daily basis.
Pres. Trump steps onto the side of the presidential limo to cheer on and wave goodbye to the crowd that gathered to greet him in Dallas. pic.twitter.com/H6HseZuh80
— NBC Nightly News (@NBCNightlyNews) October 25, 2017
It seems the more the biased press attacks Trump and he pushes back, the more the American people love him.
Here’s a sampling of responses from Twitter:
I love my .@POTUS
A president for the people! He is our voice!
— Agent Renee ?? (@ReneeCarrollPhx) October 25, 2017
But but I thought people hate him ?
— Marie Hendricks (@Zoddie7) October 25, 2017
— Covfefe Immigrant (@Nazretsel) October 25, 2017
People’s president. Free of fear.
— MarieAnna Dvorak (@MarieAnnaDvorak) October 25, 2017
As for the JFK assassination that went down in Dallas, there was more than one post that appeared to reference Trump in a similar manner — paging Secret Service!
History repeats itself?
— Gary Owens (@slidellian511) October 26, 2017
To bad, missed opportunity? https://t.co/NySV0NnerH
— Melinda Taylor-Kelly (@melindatkelly) October 25, 2017
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