Impressive: President Trump Shows Off His Dance Moves At Michigan Rally

Impressive: President Trump Shows Off His Dance Moves At Michigan Rally

It’s great seeing our President having a good time.

After his speech concluded in Freeland, Michigan the YMCA song came on, so what did our President do?

He danced!

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You’re sure to have a smile after watching this video.

In the past, Trump received backlash from the Rolling Stones and Bruce Springsteen for playing their songs at his rallies.

The writer of the YMCA song is much different.

See what Victor Willis  had to tell the New York Post about Trump using his song at rallies:

“’YMCA’ is everybody’s anthem and go-to song for fun. As for the president’s use, I have not granted permission for use at his rallies because permission is not required,” Willis told Bloomberg News through a spokesman.

“If I were a Trump hater maybe I’d sue him simply out of spite,” Willis said. “I am not, and I’m not going to have my lawyers sue the president. But he should at least do the ‘YMCA’ dance while he’s at it.”

Recently, Trump stopped playing The Rolling Stones’ song “You Can’t Always Get What You Want” as he walks off stage at rallies — replacing it with “YMCA.”

Trump also routinely plays “Macho Man” from the Village People at rallies.

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The Detroit News added this little tidbit to the story:

Lately, Trump’s been leaving the stage to the 1970s disco hit “YMCA” by the Village People – and the president has even been seen almost, but not quite, dancing to the tune.

Trump is truly having a great time at his rallies.

He doesn’t look like he’s being dragged out on the platform and forced to speak like Biden.

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