President Trump salutes troops on Thanksgiving

President Trump visits with the Coast Guard. (Pool)


Taking a look at Mar-a-Lago, where the First Family is spending the holiday, and spending time with each other.

But President Trump isn't just here for the warmer weather; he says he's working while spending time on Palm Beach, making calls to the military, and visiting the local Coast Guard station.

President Trump greeted the Coast Guard in Riviera Beach, thanking them for their relief efforts in Texas, Florida, and Puerto Rico, after hurricanes devastated the areas.

Mr. Trump shook hands with members and spoke about how military is a priority for his administration, with new ships for the Navy, and planes for the Air Force on the way.

He also spent time to thank the U.S. military by via teleconference from Mar-a-Lago.

Trump’s message to Americans this holiday, that he shared on Twitter, stated how the country is doing really well. His tweet stated:

“Jobs coming back, highest stock market ever.”

After saluting troops, Trump spent most of his day playing golf at the Trump International Golf Club.

Thanksgiving dinner is expected to be a big spread.

Last Thanksgiving the Trump’s dined with 24 dishes at the Mar-a-Lago.

This year’s menu will include stone crab, turkey, mashed potatoes, and for dessert, various cakes and pies.

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