Trump Hanging Portrait In The White House That Will Drive Media BONKERS

Over the last few days, there has been a nasty back and forth between Republicans and Democrats about the inauguration attendance of Trump compared to Obama.

The bottom line is that a lot of people showed up to Trump’s inauguration and it doesn’t matter if he had more than President Obama or not.  What matters is what he does in the White House.

One of the things Trump is allegedly doing in the White House is causing a media firestorm today.

It sends a clear message that media hysteria will not dictate his actions as president.

From Allen B. West:

Yesterday, press secretary Sean Spicer clarified that Trump had drawn “the largest audience to witness an inauguration, period. Both in person and around the globe” — when you take into account the audience from television and streaming social media.

Trump is not one to back away from a fight though, and announced via Twitter that he would be hanging a portrait of the vast crowd for his inauguration in the White House press hall.

Per The Hill, President Trump on Tuesday shared an image of a panoramic portrait illustrating the size of his inauguration crowd that has been put on display in the White House press hall.

Trump tweeted a photo of the portrait, which was taken by Washington-based photographer Abbas Shirmohammadi, during Friday’s inauguration ceremony.


The media isn’t going to like that one very much.

There’s no denying that Trump’s crowd was a large one and no one can question the enormity of the movement that Donald Trump sparked in this country.  It’s unlike anything we have ever seen in politics.

There really isn’t much for the left to be upset about here.  But, when has that ever stopped them?

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