President Trump is visiting Wilmington, North Carolina today, and was greeted by big crowds at the airport and on the roadside. He was there to designate Wilmington as a WWII Heritage City and to commemorate America’s win in the Pacific in WWII.

Upon his arrival, he spoke to supporters outside of Air Force One

Big crowds waved flags and cheered for President Trump:

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The reason for his visit was to designate Wilmington as a WWII Heritage City:

My Administration is formally recognizing the city’s exceptional contributions to victory in the Second World War. It is my tremendous honor to officially designate Wilmington, North Carolina, as our nation’s very first World War II Heritage City.”

It was a beautiful setting for the 70th anniversary of America’s victory over Japan in WWII:

Full video of President Trump’s remarks:


The Battleship North Carolina:

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