President Trump hit a home run on Sunday while attending the NACAR Daytona 500 and no doubt after what he said “triggered” liberals.
The President thanked the “tens of thousands of patriots” at the Daytona International Speedway in a short speech before the race began.
“NASCAR fans never forget that no matter who wins the race, what matters most is God, family, country,” he said.
The president welcomed Gold Star families as guests to the race, thanking their fallen loved ones for their service.
“Rubber will burn, fans will scream and the great American race will begin,” Trump said.
The president delivered the famous lines at the beginning of the race, shouting “Gentlemen start your engines!” to begin the race.
No doubt after the President mentioned “God, family, and country” that about put liberals over the edge, one twitter user said…
**BREAKING** The liquor store near Pelosi’s office just sold completely out of vodka after Trump’s #DAYTONA500 lap.
— Tim Young (@TimRunsHisMouth) February 16, 2020
During an interview with FOX sports before the race, the President said that he has previously attended four NASCAR races. “I think it’s really the bravery of these people … it takes great courage, it’s the speed, it’s really the technology, looking at what’s happened in the last ten years with the cars. I love to see it, I love to watch it,” he said.
New York Times White House correspondent was “triggered” when she posted:
Using the official apparatus of government for what appears to be a political event https://t.co/GWNm8io8O1
— Maggie Haberman (@maggieNYT) February 16, 2020
Seriously Maggie what was he supposed to take? An Uber?
The event was not only historic you could tell from the emotion of the fans, sports analysts, and drivers people were having a blast.
— Ronna McDaniel (@GOPChairwoman) February 16, 2020
Below are some of the highlights:
— Sherry Pollex (@SherryPollex) February 16, 2020
“U-S-A, U-S-A, U-S-A,” breaks out as Air Force One lands at the Daytona airport. pic.twitter.com/DOFVX2PalB
— Jordan Bianchi (@Jordan_Bianchi) February 16, 2020
— FOX: NASCAR (@NASCARONFOX) February 16, 2020