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Trump’s closing message is a montage of him dancing to ‘YMCA’

He sure seems satisfied.


David Covucci


Posted on Nov 3, 2020


President Donald Trump spent the last day before the election crisscrossing the Midwest, delivering a closing message bashing Lady Gaga and Beyoncé, relishing in chants to fire the nation’s top infectious disease expert, and getting worked up over Jon Bon Jovi. But as he returned to the White House, there was still time for one final message as voters went to bed before Election Day. Would it be the economy? Would it be his coronavirus response? Or perhaps the fact that he’s started no new wars? What would resonate with the electorate?

How about a video of himself dancing to the Village People’s “YMCA” at his most recent rallies?

Trump picked dancing. In his last tweet of the evening, Trump picked danicng.

Just two straight minutes of dancing. To the Village People. Literally, nothing else. That’s it. That’s the last message.

With 220,000 people dead in the U.S. amid a pandemic, and tens of millions unemployed, Trump sure seems satisfied with his time in office.

His guess is that enough Americans feel that way too, and he’s about to find out if he’s right or wrong.

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*First Published: Nov 3, 2020, 9:29 am CST