When President Trump addressed The Boy Scouts of America organization, he knew exactly the kind of institution this is to America. A collective older than a century, the Boy Scouts of America represents a highly valued system that had many influential people serving it- from actors, astronauts, to ex-presidents and others.
The President decided to honor their annual event, where the POTUS is due to make an appearance and spoke in front of 40,000 Boy Scouts.
Donald Trump was greeted with nothing less than shattering applauses and chants that only go to show the appreciation this country has for the man.
Still, Donald Trump wanted to make sure to ask a question liberals would hate but citizens of America would acknowledge as a fact:
“By the way, just a question. Did President Obama ever come to a jamboree?” Trump asked the crowd, which booed in response.
“The answer is no, but we’ll be back,” Trump added.
Obama never actually attended the event, but he had enough decency to record a video message for the organization back in 2010.
Take a look at how the crowd responds to Trump:
Below, find the full speech:
All politics aside, the organization wanted to make sure to let everyone know that Presidents aside, they held a non-partisan attitude:
“The Boy Scouts of America is wholly non-partisan and does not promote any one position, product, service, political candidate or philosophy. The invitation for the sitting U.S. President to visit the National Jamboree is a long-standing tradition and is in no way an endorsement of any political party or specific policies,” the organization said in a Monday night statement.
“The sitting U.S. President serves as the BSA’s honorary president. It is our long-standing custom to invite the U.S. President to the National Jamboree.”
Well, that ought to do it.