BREAKING: Trump Giving Away 200 All Expense Paid Trips To Mar-A-Lago To Retired Americans

In an attempt to increase his approval ratings, which are constantly driven down by the fake news media and whiny liberals who call in and vote 10 times each, President Trump has created an outreach program that targets retired Americans. The program will give away 1000 private showings of the White House and another 200 all expense paid trips to Mar-a-Lago…ON AIR FORCE ONE WITH PRESIDENT TRUMP!

The program, which only requires a short essay about what you love about the changes you’ve seen in the first 100 days of Trump’s presidency, isn’t a contest but more of a lottery. Once entrants have been vetted and confirmed as Trump supporters (he certainly doesn’t want to spend the weekend listening to some Clinton robot whine), their names will be entered into a drawing that will decide who will be picked up at the closest airport by the famous airship for a luxury weekend with their president.

Trump will take 10 people per weekend for 20 weekends. The package will include a ride to Florida from wherever they live, a luxury suite for them and one guest and a state dinner at the table with President Trump on Saturday night. Trump said Mar-a-Lago will be generous enough to pick up the tab for the rooms and meals. They will also give the guests a free round of golf and a $10 gift certificate to the Trump Pro Shop.

The 1000 private viewings of the White House residence will be conducted by Ivanka Trump, who will take an hour or two a day from her duties in the West Wing to give visitors the greatest tourist experience of all time.

Now THAT is a first family that cares about their country. To enter your name, simply mail an essay to President Trump at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave, Washington, DC 20500. There is no minimum or maximum on the essay and Trump says he’ll read a few of his favorites on the Saturday morning radio show each week until the event wraps up this fall.



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