President Donald Trump mentions 'tremendous difference' he has made in his Thanksgiving speech

Rodolfo Vieira
Nov 23, 2018
05:47 P.M.
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Thanksgiving is an opportunity to show gratefulness for the good things in one's life and Donald Trump didn't miss the chance to express how grateful he was.


On Thursday, November 21, 2018, the U.S. President revealed that he was grateful for 'having a great family and for having made a tremendous difference' in the country.

As it can be seen in the video that is going viral on Twitter, Trump appeared to be very proud of the work he has done ever since he took office.

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"Made a lot of progress."

Source: Twitter/@realDonaldTrump



According to the President, the country has become stronger ever since he arrived at the White House, even more than it was when Barack Obama was President.

Trump shared that people 'wouldn't believe' how much stronger America currently is and that it was thanks to him and his actions that it got that way.

Source: Twitter/realDonaldTrump



During his Thanksgiving speech, which was delivered in front of several social media representatives, Trump claimed that America is doing so well that even foreign leaders are surprised by it.

The President couldn't help but take credit for the country's development, and, last Sunday, he told "Fox News Sunday" that he would give himself an 'A-plus' for the excellent work.



After stating that the country made a lot of progress, the President hosted a Thanksgiving dinner, which was attended by several members of his family, including his daughters, Ivanka and Tiffany, and sons, Baron and Eric. Donald Jr. was nowhere to be found.


The luxurious dinner took place at Trump's Mar-a-Lago resort, in Florida, and featured a menu filled with delicious meals, such as Chilean Sea Bass, Red Snapper, Braised short ribs, lamb, salmon and beef tenderloin.

The only ingredient that was missing was romaine lettuce, which was taken off the menu due to the recent E. Coli outbreak that caused 32 people to become sick.