President Donald Trump tweeted to mark the four-year anniversary of his famous campaign campaign competition that left a lasting impression
On June 16, 2015, Trump came into the lobby of the Trump Tower for the tune of songs like Neil Young's "Rockin In the free world "to deliver now infamous remarks on his political agenda to a host of spectators who were later considered to be paid extras.
Trump, who later referred to the play as "the famous escalator scene", "looked like the Academy Awards", has now marked the anniversary two years in a row by sending a compilation video that hits "Never Trumpers". "
The video begins with Homer Simpson following Trump down the escalator before the cutters, including George Clooney, Barack Obama, Stephen Colbert and Elizabeth Warren, who discard Trump's candidacy and declare that he would never reach the office. a defeated democratic candidate Hillary Clinton during Trump's shock victory.
Among the most notorious details of Trump's appearance were his comments on his political priorities, especially trade and immigration, which he made in the lobby after he left the escalator. [1
Trump assured the audience that he was "really rich," dismissed unemployment among former President Barack Obama as "full of nonsense" , arguing against China to "kill us on trade" and said he was dedicated to building a "big, big wall" along the southern American border that Mexico would pay for.
"Mark my words," Trump promised.
In the now infamous line, Trump insisted that "when Mexico sends its people, they do not send their best."
The waves resulting from the event did not stop at Trump's words. A casting email received by The Hollywood Reporter showed that some of the crowd in the crowd had been paid $ 50 to "wear t-shirts and carry signs and help cheers" on Trump's campaign.
Former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski denied the claims in the Hollywood Reporter report.
"You know Donald Trump," he said at that time. "No one believes that when Donald Trump goes somewhere, he doesn't generate the largest, largest and most ramshackle crowds on the planet."
The scene was reportedly floated among Trump's re-election campaign, although the plans were later scrapped due to conflicts of interest with the Trump organization, the New York Times reported.
See the entire event below: