Trump announces "BIG rally" to mark 100th day in office

Guillermo Lane
April 23, 2017

This time, Trump picked a day filled with other potential news and events, not all of it so flattering to a new president marking a traditional milestone for measuring early accomplishments. "Look forward to it!" Mr Trump previously announced that he is boycotting this year's dinner in protest over what he says is unfavourable coverage by the news media. In a separate tweet he said he'll be announcing tax reforms this week, though the topic of the Saturday rally was not specified.

The White House did not offer additional details about where the rally would take place or what Trump's focus would be, referring questions to Trump's campaign apparatus.

As for the April 29 rally, it marks the 100th day of Trump's presidency.

His staff are also boycotting in a show of "solidarity" with the president.

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump walks to the stage at a campaign rally in Pensacola, Florida, U.S., September 9, 2016. "It's about focusing on the people". But the White House Correspondents' Association has said the dinner will continue, citing the mission of raising money for student scholarships and promoting the journalism of the White House press corps and other independent journalists.

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