President Donald Trump bragged about his election victory over Hillary Clinton and criticized the media while speaking at the 2017 Boy Scout Jamboree in West Virginia on Monday night.
“You remember that incredible night with the maps,” Trump said, noting that the maps were “so red it was unbelievable” and that the pundits who had expected a Clinton victory “didn’t know what to say.”
Trump’s speech felt more like a campaign rally as the President talked about putting America first and “killing Obamacare.”
“As the Scout law says, a scout is trustworthy, loyal — we could use some more loyalty I will tell that you that,” the President said.
Read the full transcript of Trump’s words below.
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