Trump family went to Florida to celebrate the annual Thanksgiving on Tuesday night.
After rough days in which Trump has struggled with the mainstream media, he is not expected to be well received in Florida. But it did not happen.
Daily Mail reported that Trump was met resounding cheers as his motorcade carried him and his family from Palm Beach International Airport to their luxury pad.
Police escort the President-Elect's motorcade across Southern Boulevard. pic.twitter.com/hXND6J20ep
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This obviously was a nice surprise for Trump after his hometown New York became hostile to him.
Trump landed in Palm Beach around 7:00 with his wife and his son Melania Baron. RNC Chairman Reince Priebus is also on its way to Florida to celebrate with family.
Daily Mail reports:
Trump left behind the Big Apple, who decided to bite back the new president-elect, with expressions of PRO-Clinton protesters and even Broadway taking their shots at him and forming his cabinet.
But saying goodbye – for now, at least – the “corrupt press” whose heads he criticized a series of fiery rants over the last two days.
On Monday, Trump invited executives from NBC, ABC, CBS, CNN, Fox News, MSNBC and Fox Business Network to Trump Tower for what was to be the off-the-record meeting.
But according to insider it was more like ‘af ** king shooting “in which Trump branded” liars “of execs and” dishonest “- and singled out CNN President Jeff Zucker, telling him” I hate your network, each of CNN’s liar and should be ashamed.
Former campaign manager of Trump, Kellyanne Conway, described the meeting as “very friendly, very productive, very appropriate” and “very candid and honest.
On Tuesday, Trump met with The New York Times, where he delivered a measured response to journalists of the newspaper and its publisher, Arthur Sulzberger Jr.
“I have great respect for the New York Times. I have tremendous respect. I have been treated very rough,” he said. He said their coverage was “the hardest of all” and said his campaign: “It’s 18 months of brutality in the true sense.