This is the greatest clip from a meeting with President trump by a group of teens from North Carolina whose project was to build a rocket. He asked how they came up with the name ‘Trump’…The answer is great!
Trump: Why did you call your project name, ‘Trump’?
Student: Because it conquers all.
Trump: Watch, they won’t put that on television. 😂 pic.twitter.com/pmCATDlsmS
— Alex 🇺🇸 (@SoCal4Trump) May 12, 2017
When students from Charlotte’s Victory Christian Center School decided to revive a rocketry team tradition of naming their rockets, one of the groups christened their rocket Trump.
And if there’s anyone who likes seeing his name on things, it’s the president. So when the team went to Washington, D.C., on Friday to get ready for the national competition, they ended up showing their entry to President Donald Trump in the Oval Office.
“That’s a mean-looking machine, huh?” the president said as the team set down their sleek black projectile with his name in gold letters.
“Simply because it conquers all,” one student replied, drawing a handshake from the president and cheers from his classmates.
“They’re never going to put that on television,” Trump said.
Two teams from the south Charlotte private school advanced through earlier contests to earn a place in this weekend’s Team America Rocketry Challenge national competition. They knew they would meet with congressional leaders and industry officials on Capitol Hill, but it was not immediately known how the presidential photo op shaped up.
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