When President Trump walks into a room everyone takes notice!
President Trump received a huge standing ovation when he arrived at the Lincoln Day Fundraiser at Mar-a-Lago.
Other notable guests who attended the event were Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, Governor of Florida Ron Desantis, and Rep. Vernon Jones.
Just watch how the guests go wild, when President Trump walks in:
Trump, Desantis, Pompeo, and Jones all sat at the same table too.
I wonder what they talked about?
Governor Ron DeSantis!
Future Governor Vernon Jones!
Secretary Mike Pompeo!
Yes, I have hope for the future!!! 🇺🇸 pic.twitter.com/RHJqLwh9rv
— Teresa AnnMarie (@TeresaFreeThink) April 19, 2021
The Daily Mail didn’t stay silent and reported the story:
President Donald Trump was seen making an appearance at a Lincoln Day fundraising dinner at Mar-a-Lago on Saturday night with Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis and Mike Pompeo – contenders for the 2024 Republican presidential nomination.
The packed cocktail dinner event gave Trump, 74, a standing ovation while the former president stood and waved to around 500 of his supporters.
Pompeo, 57, and DeSantis, 42, smiled as they clapped for Trump – who had been seated in between them.
‘We love this man!’ said the event’s master of ceremonies James Golden, a radio personality and producer for Rush Limbaugh radio talk show, who is known by his pseudonym Bo Snerdley.
— The US Sun (@TheSunUS) April 18, 2021
The Sun got the scoop too:
Donald Trump received a roaring standing ovation at Mar-a-Lago where he attended the annual Lincoln Day fundraising dinner on Saturday.
Trump received a round of applause from 500 of his supporters at the cocktail evening attended by his potential GOP rivals for the 2024 presidential nomination, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis and former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo.
‘We love this man!’ said James Golden —also known as Bo Snerdley, a radio personality, and producer for Rush Limbaugh radio talk show, according to the Daily Mail.
On Thursday, Axios reported that Pompeo has been investing cash into a new political group, amid doubts of a potential intent to run for president.
One thing is very clear President Trump is the leader of the Republican party.