Trump holds rally in Nashville

Trump holds rally in Nashville

President Donald Trump is laying a wreath at the tomb of Andrew Jackson on the 250th anniversary of the former president's birth.

President Donald Trump is scheduled to hold a rally Wednesday evening in Nashville, following an appearance in Detroit earlier in the day.

"There hasn't been anything like this since Andrew Jackson", Trump said at the time of his inauguration. The White House appeared to confirm the veracity of the documents, saying "it is totally illegal to steal and publish tax returns", but Trump himself called the return "fake news" in a tweet. Andrew Jackson was a war hero who served brief terms in the U.S. House of Representatives, the U.S. Senate, and as a military governor of Florida. "The conservatives are going to go insane". "I think Jackson is getting more publicity and press right now than he has since he was president". "But you could see it was very Jacksonian".

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The Treasury Department announced past year that it will removing Jackson from the $20 bill and replacing the former president with Harriet Tubman.

During the presidential campaign, Trump constantly held rallies all across the country, and his campaign became defined by these events, during which the then Republican candidate often spoke without the use of a script. Ahead of the president's visit to Nashville, the group "Save My Care" is airing a commercial featuring Dennis Wallace of Chattanooga, a Republican cancer survivor who voted for Trump and is now urging Congress to keep the Affordable Care Act, which he credits with saving his life.

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