Future scientist and engineers joined President Trump in the Oval Office to celebrate their position in a national competition and naming their ship “Trump.”
President Trump was overwhelmed with these kids who were equally overwhelmed and touched with the genuineness of the Commander-in-chief. You could tell from the outset they were happy to be there with Trump to show off their competitive rocket.
Trump was shaking hands, cracking jokes and giving high fives and the kids were eating it up.
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.
Trump’s daughter, Ivanka Trump, introduced the team when the national press corps came in. They spent a little under 5 minutes exchanging pleasantries and having their pictures taken.
“How did you come up with the name Trump?” the president asked.
“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.
Watch the meeting here:
This was a great moment for these kids. You never know how meeting the President of the United States will affect kids future. You could be looking at future Mayor, Governors, Congress members and even another President Of the United States.
Either way, this was a cool moment and the media will just have to get over how the kids took to Trump.
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