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In recent medium-term rally of the year, the president made with the Trump & # 39; appearance in Tupelo, Mississippi on Monday night. He was there to support the candidate of the Republican Party, the Confederate flag loving Cindy Hyde-Smith in runoff Senate race against Democrat Mike Espy. In the middle of the speech, which is largely focused on immigration, Trump decided to change course and instead talk about his appearance – in particular, as people are used to compare it with …. Elvis Presley, who was born in Tupelo.
"I should not talk about it, you'll say that I'm very vain, because I do not but apart blond hair when I was growing up, they said that I looked like Elvis," he said. "Can you believe it? I have always believed that a great compliment. "
This is definitely a stretch – even though this is not the first time Trump tried to poison the country to complement its appearance. There was a time he called White House, and all who work there "hot". Or the time he passionately advocated that we begin to call people "beautiful" and "beautiful" again.
Compare comes shortly after Trump posthumously awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom by Elvis Presley in mid-November. "After rethinking of music in the '50s and' rethinking cinema in the 60s, the" King "- as he was known to all – all, and to this day, they call him" King "- a revolution live performances in 1970 ies, "Trump said during the ceremony medal of Freedom. "The crowds were absolutely passionate about the electrical specifications."
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There is no way to prove who did not tell President Trump that he was like a Rockstar late Elvis Presley. If someone, somewhere, in fact, say that any similarities that may have existed, of course, no longer exists.