While visiting the USS Gerald R. Ford today docked at Newport News in Virginia where he gave a wonderful speech, President Trump was given an awesome new hat and bomber jacket. We think he looks pretty spectacular, and would go as far as to say that he looks like a pretty “badass” Commander In Chief. President Trump started his speech by saying: “They just gave me this beautiful jacket. They said ‘here Mr President, please take this home’. I said ‘let me wear it’.”

Here are a few photos from our Commander in Chief’s visit aboard the USS Gerald R. Ford:

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President Trump wearing his new hat and jacket given to him by the US Navy.
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President Trump touring the US Navy aircraft carrier Gerald R. Ford.

We’re pretty sure that most Americans are grateful that after 8 long years of the “me first” Commander in Chief, we’re ready for someone who truly respects and honors the men and women who wear the uniform:

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And in other news, Trump’s new badass Interior Department secretary and retired Navy Seal Ryan Zinke, caused quite a stir today when he showed up on horseback in DC on his first day on the job.

On his first day on the job, the new Interior Department secretary, Ryan Zinke, proved he knows how to make an entrance: arriving high in the saddle on Tonto, an Irish sport horse. Mounted police escorted him a few blocks through Washington.


Mr. Zinke, a fifth-generation Montanan who now oversees the country’s 500 million acres of public land, including 59 national parks, showed up to work to a grand reception.

Officers from various agencies under the Interior Department lined the steps to the administration building. A drummer from his home state’s Northern Cheyenne tribe performed. The department is the liaison with federally recognized American Indian and Alaska Native nations.


Mr. Zinke, 55, served nearly two dozen years with the Navy SEALs before entering politics in 2008 as a Republican. After two terms in the Montana legislature, he was elected in 2014 as the state’s at-large representative in the House, before his nomination to the cabinet by President Trump. He was confirmed on Wednesday by the Senate with a vote of 68-31.


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